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USER INSTRUCTIONS
Logix ® 3200MD+
Digital Positioners
FCD LGENIM0110-0 05/16
Installation
Operation
Maintenance
Manual
Logix® 3200MD+ Digital Positioners FCD LGENIM0110-0 05/16
Logix 3200MD+ Positioner
The Flowserve Logix 3200MD+ Digital HART® positioner utilizes state-of-the-art piezo technology to provide superior
performance and reliability. The Logix 3200MD+ can be easily configured using the local buttons, HART handheld, and
ValveSight software.
The following instructions are designed to assist in unpacking, installing and performing maintenance as required on Logix®
3200MD+ positioners. Series 3200 is the term used for all the positioners herein; however, specific numbers indicate features
specific to model (i.e., Logix® 3200 indicates that the positioner has HART® protocol). See the Logix® 3200MD+ Model Number
table in this manual for a breakdown of specific model numbers.
User Instructions cannot deal with all possible situations and installation options. It is required that only trained and qualified
technicians are authorized to adjust, repair or work on control valves, actuators, positioners and other accessories. Review this
bulletin prior to installing, operating or performing any maintenance on the valve. Additional Installation, Operation, and
Maintenance Instructions (IOMs) cover other features (such as valves, special trim, actuators, handwheels, and packing).
To avoid possible injury to personnel or damage to valve parts, DANGER, WARNING and NOTE indicators must be strictly
followed. Modifying this product, substituting non-factory parts or using maintenance procedure other than outlined could
drastically affect performance and be hazardous to personnel and equipment and may void existing warranties. This manual
should be used in conjunction with applicable local and national laws. Failure to comply with User Instructions will render the
manufacturer’s guarantee and liability null and void. Unless otherwise agreed, the manufacturer’s general terms and conditions
of sale shall apply.
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CONTENTS
Quick Start Instructions
Page 277
19.1
19.2
19.3
DETERMINE AIR ACTION ................................................ 20
CONNECT SUPPLY PORT ............................................... 21
VENTED DESIGN ........................................................... 21
20
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ........................ 23
ELECTRICAL TERMINALS................................................ 23
COMMAND INPUT (4-20 MA) CONNECTION ...................... 23
MULTI-FUNCTION CARD (AO, DO, DI)............................ 25
REMOTE MOUNT ........................................................... 26
CONNECTIONS FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE OPERATION ....... 27
1
SCOPE OF MANUAL .......................................... 5
20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
20.5
2
INTENDED USE .................................................. 5
21
STARTUP .......................................................... 27
3
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION ............................. 5
4
LOGIX 3200+ MODIFICATION ........................... 6
5
SAFETY ............................................................... 6
21.1
21.2
21.3
21.4
21.5
QUICK START INSTRUCTIONS ......................................... 27
LOCAL USER INTERFACE OVERVIEW ............................... 27
CONFIGURATION SWITCH SETTINGS ................................ 28
STROKE CALIBRATION................................................... 29
ANALOG OUTPUT (AO) CALIBRATION ............................. 30
6
PACKAGING & TRANSPORT ............................ 6
22
POSITIONER FUNCTIONS ............................... 30
7
STORAGE ........................................................... 6
8
UNPACKING ....................................................... 6
9
PRE-INSTALLATION INSPECTION ................... 6
10
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING .................................. 6
11
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL .................................. 7
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.4
22.5
22.6
22.7
22.8
LIVE MANUAL TUNING (ADJUSTING THE GAIN) ................. 30
LOCAL CONTROL OF VALVE POSITION............................ 30
COMMAND SOURCE RESET ............................................ 30
FACTORY RESET........................................................... 30
VIEWING VERSION NUMBERS ......................................... 31
ANALOG INPUT CALIBRATION ......................................... 31
SELECT AND CALIBRATE ANALOG OUTPUT ..................... 31
SELECT DISCRETE OUTPUT ........................................... 31
12
VALVE & ACTUATOR VARIATIONS ................. 7
23
HART COMMUNICATION................................. 32
13
SPARE PARTS.................................................... 7
14
SERVICE / REPAIR ............................................. 7
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
VALVESIGHT® DTM ...................................................... 32
HART 375/475 HANDHELD COMMUNICATOR .................. 32
CHANGING HART VERSIONS ......................................... 32
BURST MODE ............................................................... 33
15
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION ........................... 8
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
15.6
15.7
15.8
BASIC OPERATION.......................................................... 8
HART ........................................................................... 8
POSITION DEFINITION ...................................................... 8
COMMAND INPUT AND FINAL COMMAND ............................ 8
OUTER LOOP ................................................................. 9
INNER LOOP ................................................................... 9
DETAILED SEQUENCE OF POSITIONER OPERATIONS .......... 9
INNER LOOP OFFSET ...................................................... 9
24
MODEL FEATURES .......................................... 34
24.1
24.2
MD+ POSITIONER DIAGNOSTIC LEVELS .......................... 34
VALVESIGHT® DTM DIAGNOSTIC LEVELS ........................ 34
25
MULTI-FUNCTION CARD ................................. 35
25.1
25.2
25.3
ANALOG OUTPUT (AO) ................................................. 35
DISCRETE OUTPUT (DO) ............................................... 35
DISCRETE INPUT (DI) .................................................... 35
16
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................. 11
26
REMOTE MOUNT ............................................. 36
26.1
REMOTE MOUNT OPEREATION ....................................... 36
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
16.7
16.8
16.9
16.10
INPUT SIGNAL ...............................................................11
PNEUMATIC OUTPUT ......................................................11
AIR SUPPLY ..................................................................11
ANALOG OUTPUT – MULTI-FUNCTION CARD ....................11
STROKE OUTPUT ...........................................................12
REMOTE MOUNT SPECIFICATIONS ...................................12
POSITIONER PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS ...............12
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................12
TEMPERATURE ..............................................................12
VALVESIGHT® DTM SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS .............12
27
POSITIONER MAINTENANCE ......................... 37
27.1
27.2
27.3
27.4
27.5
27.6
27.7
27.8
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ........................................... 37
REQUIRED TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT ................................ 37
TORQUE REQUIREMENTS FOR SCREWS ........................... 37
REPLACING THE MULTI-FUNCTION CARD......................... 37
REPLACING A MAIN BOARD ........................................... 38
REPLACING THE PRESSURE SENSOR BOARD ................... 38
REPLACING AND CLEANING A SPOOL VALVE ................... 39
REPLACING A DRIVER MODULE ASSEMBLY ..................... 40
17
HAZARDOUS AREA CERTIFICATIONS.......... 13
28
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................... 42
18
MOUNTING AND INSTALLING ........................ 15
18.1
18.2
18.3
18.4
MOUNTING TO MARK ONE LINEAR VALVES ......................15
MOUNTING TO STANDARD VALTEK ROTARY VALVES ........16
OPTIONAL VALTEK ROTARY MOUNTING PROCEDURE ........18
MOUNTING TO ROTARY NAMUR (AUTOMAX) VALVES .....19
28.1
28.2
28.3
28.4
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ............................................ 42
STATUS CODE INDEX ..................................................... 43
STATUS CODE DESCRIPTIONS ........................................ 44
HELP FROM FLOWSERVE ............................................... 52
29
DISPOSAL ......................................................... 52
19
TUBING ............................................................. 20
30
POSITIONER DIMENSIONS ............................. 53
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30.1
POSITIONER DIMENSIONS ...............................................53
31
HOW TO ORDER .............................................. 54
31.1
POSITIONERS ................................................................54
31.2
31.3
FIGURE 1: CERTIFICATION LABELS ......................................... 5
FIGURE 2: MODEL CODE LABEL .............................................. 5
FIGURE 3: PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION OF LOGIX 3200MD+ . 8
FIGURE 4: LOGIX 3200MD+ DIGITAL POSITIONER SCHEMATIC
(DOUBLE ACTING RELAY - AIR TO OPEN ..................... 10
FIGURE 5: MOUNTING TO MARK ONE LINEAR VALVES ........ 15
FIGURE 6: VALTEK ROTARY TAKE-OFF ARM ........................ 16
FIGURE 7: VALTEK ROTARY FOLLOWER ARM ...................... 16
FIGURE 8: VALTEK ROTARY MOUNTING .............................. 17
FIGURE 9: VALTEK ROTARY FINAL ORIENTATION ................ 17
FIGURE 10: OPTIONAL ROTARY MOUNTING ....................... 18
FIGURE 11: AUTOMAX BRACKET ......................................... 19
FIGURE 12: AUTOMAX ASSEMBLY ....................................... 19
FIGURE 13: LINEAR, DOUBLE ACTING, AIR TO OPEN ............ 20
FIGURE 14: ROTARY, DOUBLE ACTING, AIR TO OPEN .......... 20
FIGURE 15: LINEAR, SINGLE ACTING, AIR TO OPEN ............. 20
FIGURE 16: EXHAUST VENTS ................................................ 21
FIGURE 17: PNEUMATIC CONNECTIONS .............................. 22
FIGURE 18: TERMINAL DIAGRAM ......................................... 23
FIGURE 19: COMPLIANCE VOLTAGE ..................................... 24
FIGURE 20: CONDUIT AND GROUNDING ............................. 25
FIGURE 21: MFC ANALOG OUTPUT CIRCUIT ........................ 25
FIGURE 22: MFC DISCRETE OUTPUT CIRCUIT ....................... 26
FIGURE 23: MFC DISCRETE INPUT CIRCUIT .......................... 26
FIGURE 24: REMOTE MOUNT BOARD .................................. 26
FIGURE 25: LOCAL USER INTERFACE .................................... 27
FIGURE 26: CHARACTERIZATION CURVES ............................ 28
FIGURE 27: SELECTABLE GAIN SWITCH ................................ 29
FIGURE 28: VALVESIGHT DTM DASHBOARD ........................ 32
FIGURE 29: HART DIP SWITCH .............................................. 32
FIGURE 30: MULTI-FUNCTION CARD .................................... 35
FIGURE 31: REMOTE MOUNT TERMINALS ........................... 36
FIGURE 32: TOOLS FOR POSITIONER MAINTENANCE .......... 37
FIGURE 33: CABLE PLACEMENT ............................................ 37
FIGURE 34: MAIN BOARD CONNECTORS ............................. 38
FIGURE 35: INNER COVER .................................................... 38
FIGURE 36: MAIN BOARD SCREW ........................................ 38
FIGURE 37: PRESSURE SENSOR BOARD ................................ 39
FIGURE 38: SPOOL VALVE COVER ASSEMBLY ....................... 39
FIGURE 39: SPOOL AND BLOCK ........................................... 39
FIGURE 40: DRIVER MODULE BARBED FITTING.................... 40
FIGURE 41: DRIVER MODULE BARBED FITTING.................... 41
FIGURE 42: EXPLODED VIEW ................................................ 55
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MOUNTING KITS ............................................................ 57
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1 SCOPE OF MANUAL
Pressure
Rating
The following user information covers the Logix 3200MD+
digital positioner:
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Hazardous
Area
Information
Powder Painted Aluminum Housing
M20 or ½” Conduit Threads
Comes with or without Multifunctional (MFC) card
Comes with or without Remote Mount Feedback
2 INTENDED USE
CAUTION: Digital Positioners are pressurized devices
designed and rated for specific application conditions.
Before installation, check the hazardous certification label
and model code labels to ensure that the positioner being
installed is correct for the intended application. Do not use
the positioner outside its rated design limits. Exceeding the
design limits may cause hazardous conditions including
equipment or environmental damage or serious personal
injury or death.
Pressure
Rating
Hazardous
Area
Information
The specific product design data can be found on the
positioner’s certification and model code labels, data sheet
and calculation sheet (in acc. to the IEC 60534-7:2010)
The Logix 3200MD+ can be used with the following supply
gasses: Air, sweet natural gas, nitrogen and CO2. Sour
natural gas is not acceptable. For Type nA and Type tb
installation only air or inert gas may be connected to the air
supply inlet. The air supply must be free from moisture, oil
and dust by conforming to the ISA 7.0.01 standard. (A dew
point at least 18 degrees Fahrenheit below ambient
temperature, particle size below five microns—one micron
recommended—and oil content not to exceed one part per
million).
Figure 1: Certification Labels
Model Code
The Logix 3200MD+ is designed for use in MODERATE
and WORLD-WIDE environmental conditions, ambient
temperature range -52 to 85°C (-61.6 to 185°F) and supply
pressure of up to 10.3 Bar (150 PSI).
Optional
Hardware
The product offering may include optional ancillary
equipment, such as air-filter regulators, solenoid valves, or
boosters.
Refer to the relevant manufacturer’s user
instructions for information regarding other ancillary
equipment.
Diagnostics
3 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Figure 2: Model Code Label
Verify that the labels match the intended application.
 NOTE:
Mark checkbox next to hazardous area
information for protection method Logix ® 3200MD+ is
installed to.
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4 LOGIX 3200+ MODIFICATION
Shipping marks display product and package dimensions
and weight. Packing guidelines follow HPE standards.
(Non-returnable packaging may contain up to 90%
recyclable materials.
The Logix 3200MD+ positioners are generally delivered as
tested and assembled units.
7 STORAGE
 NOTE:
Unauthorized modification of the Logix
3200MD+ positioner voids the product test certification and
product warranties, could drastically affect product
performance, and could be hazardous to personnel and
equipment.
 NOTE: Maximum storage time for control valves is 6
months. The packing box begins to break down after 6
months. Leakage may develop.
Upon arrival on site, store the Logix 3200MD+ on a solid
base in a cool, dry, closed room. Until its installation, the
valve must be protected from the weather, dirt and other
potentially harmful influences.
 NOTE: Before Logix 3200MD+ re-use, all necessary
tests must be repeated and recorded in compliance with all
test routines, guidelines and engineering standards.
Do not remove protective covers from the instrument ports
until the positioner is ready for installation at the site.
5 SAFETY
8 UNPACKING
The safety terms DANGER, CAUTION and NOTE are used
in these instructions to highlight particular dangers and/or
to provide additional information on aspects that may not
be readily apparent.
While unpacking the valve and/or Logix® 3200MD+
positioner, check the packing list against the materials
received. Lists describing the system and accessories are
included in each shipping container.

NOTE: Indicates and provides additional technical
information, which may not be very obvious even to
qualified personnel.
In the event of shipping damage, contact the shipper
immediately. Should any problems arise, contact a
Flowserve Flow Control Division representative.
CAUTION: Indicates that minor personal injury and/or
property damage can occur if proper precautions are not
taken.
9 PRE-INSTALLATION
INSPECTION

DANGER: Indicates that death, severe personal injury
and/or substantial property damage can occur if proper
precautions are not taken.
When installing a positioner, verify the shaft has not been
damaged and that the plugs and cover are in place. The
plugs keep debris and moisture from damaging the internal
components of the positioner. If the positioner has been
contaminated, clean the positioner components gently with
a soft damp cloth. Some components may be removed for
better access. See section Error! Reference source not
found.: Error! Reference source not found.. When
cleaning the Double Acting Relay (Spool and Block) take
care not to bend or force the spool. Check connectors to
ensure that no debris is present. Port screens can be
removed with a flat screwdriver for access to internal
passages.
Compliance with other, not particularly emphasized notes,
with regard to assembly, operation and maintenance and
technical documentation (e.g., in the operating instruction,
product documentation or on the product itself) is essential
in order to avoid faults, which in themselves might directly
or indirectly cause severe personal injury or property
damage.
6 PACKAGING & TRANSPORT
 NOTE: Pay close attention to shipping marks and
transport pictograms.
10 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
Careful packing, loading and transport arrangements are
required to prevent products from being damaged during
transport. Standard packaging includes a cardboard box,
with or without a wooden pallet base as needed. Special
packaging may include a wooden box. Packaging may use
cardboard, plastic wrap, foam, or paper as packing
material. Filling material may be a carton type or paper.
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FLOWSERVE positioners use high pressure gas to
operate.
Use eye protection when working around
pressurized equipment. Follow proper procedures for
working with natural gas if it is used.
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hazardous to personnel and equipment, and may void
existing warranties.
DANGER: Standard industry safety practices must be
adhered to when working on this or any process control
product. Specifically, personal protective equipment must
be used as warranted.
Between actuator and valve there are moving parts. To
avoid injury FLOWSERVE provides pinch-point-protection
in the form of cover plates, especially where side-mounted
positioners are fitted. If these plates are removed for
inspection, service or repair special attention is required.
After completing work the cover plates must be refitted.
11 QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
Qualified personnel are people who, on account of their
training, experience, instruction and their knowledge of
relevant standards, specifications, accident prevention
regulations and operating conditions, have been authorized
by those responsible for the safety of the plant to perform
the necessary work and who can recognize and avoid
possible dangers.
Logix® 3200MD+ positioner repair is limited to the
replacement of sub-assemblies and circuit boards with
FLOWSERVE-manufactured replacements as outlined in
this manual.

DANGER: Substitution of with non-factory positioner
components may impair intrinsic safety.
In unpacking, installing and performing maintenance as
required on FLOWSERVE products, product users and
maintenance personnel should thoroughly review this
manual prior to installing, operating or performing any
maintenance.
CAUTION: Before products are returned to
FLOWSERVE for repair or service, FLOWSERVE must be
provided with a certificate which confirms that the product
has been decontaminated and is clean. FLOWSERVE will
not accept deliveries if a certificate has not been provided
(a form can be obtained from FLOWSERVE).
12 VALVE & ACTUATOR
VARIATIONS
Apart from the operating instructions and the obligatory
accident prevention directives valid in the country of use, all
recognized regulations for safety and good engineering
practices must be followed.
These instructions cannot claim to cover all details of all
possible product variations, nor can they provide
information for every possible example of installation,
operation or maintenance. This means that the instructions
normally include only the directions to be followed by
qualified personal where the product is being used for its
defined purpose. If there are any uncertainties in this
respect particularly in the event of missing product-related
information, clarification must be obtained via the
appropriate Flowserve sales office.
13 SPARE PARTS
Use only FLOWSERVE original spare parts. FLOWSERVE
cannot accept responsibility for any damages that occur
from using spare parts or fastening materials from other
manufactures.
If FLOWSERVE products (especially
sealing materials) have been in storage for longer periods
check these for corrosion or deterioration before using
these products. See section Error! Reference source not
found. Error! Reference source not found. for more
information.
14 SERVICE / REPAIR
To avoid possible injury to personnel or damage to
products, safety terms must be strictly adhered to.
Modifying this product, substituting non-factory parts, or
using maintenance procedures other than outlined in this
instruction could drastically affect performance and be
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15.3 Position Definition
15 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
15.1
Whether in Analog or Digital Source, The position at 0% is
always defined as the valve in a closed position and 100%
is always defined as the valve in an open position. In
Analog Source, the 4-20 mA signal is converted to a
position (in percent). During loop calibration, the signals
corresponding to 0% and 100% are defined.
Basic Operation
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner is a two-wire 4-20
mA input digital valve positioner which uses the HART
protocol to allow two-way remote communications. The
positioner is completely powered by the 4-20 mA input
signal. Start-up current must be at least 3.9 mA. The
positioner is configurable through the local user interface,
hand-held or DTM. The Logix® 3200MD+ positioner can
control both double- and single-acting pneumatic actuators
with linear or rotary mountings.
15.4 Command Input and Final
Command
The Command Input signal (in percent) passes through a
characterization/limits modifier block. This function is done
in software, which allows for in-the-field customer
adjustment. The characterization block can apply no
adjustment (Linear), one of several pre-defined
characterization curve adjustments (including several Equal
Percent), or a 21-point Custom Characterization curve
adjustment. In Linear mode, the input signal is passed
straight through to the control algorithm in a 1:1 transfer. In
Equal Percent (=%) mode, the input signal is mapped to a
standard rangeability equal percent curve. If Custom
Characterization is enabled, the input signal is mapped to a
custom, user-defined 21-point output curve. The custom
user-defined 21-point output curve is defined using a
handheld or ValveSight® software. In addition, two userdefined features, Soft Limits and Tight Shutoff may affect
the position. The actual command being used to position
the stem after the evaluation of characterization curves and
user limits is called the Final Command.
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner is an electronic and
pneumatic closed-loop feedback instrument. Figure 1
shows a schematic of a Logix® 3200MD+ positioner
installed on a double-acting linear actuator for air-to-open
action.
15.2
HART
The Logix® 3200MD+ receives power from the two-wire, 420 mA input signal. However, since this positioner utilizes
HART communications, two sources can be used for the
command signal: Analog and Digital. In Analog source, the
4-20 mA signal is used for the command source. In Digital
source, the level of the input 4-20 mA signal is ignored
(used only for power) and a digital signal, sent via the
HART communication protocol, is used as the command
source. The command source can be accessed with
ValveSight® software, the HART 475 communicator, or
other host software. See Section 10 for more information.
Figure 3: Principles of Operation of Logix 3200MD+
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the pressures above and below the piston in the actuator.
This is commonly called the null or balanced spool position.
15.5 Outer Loop
The Logix® 3200MD+ uses a two-stage, stem-positioning
algorithm. The two stages consist of an inner-loop (pilot
relay control) and an outer-loop (stem position control).
Referring to Figure 1, a stem position sensor provides a
measurement of the stem movement. The Final Command
is compared against the Stem Position. If any deviation
exists, the control algorithm sends a signal to the inner-loop
control to move the relay in a direction, depending upon the
deviation. The inner-loop then quickly adjusts the spool
position. The actuator pressures change and the stem
begins to move. The stem movement reduces the deviation
between Final Command and Stem Position. This process
continues until the deviation goes to zero.
Assume the input signal changes from 12 mA to 16 mA.
The positioner sees this as a command source of 75
percent. With Linear characterization, the Final Command
becomes 75 percent. Deviation is the difference between
Final Command and Stem Position: Deviation = 75% - 50%
= +25%, where 50 percent is the present stem position.
With this positive deviation, the control algorithm sends a
signal to move the spool up from its present position. As
the spool moves, the supply air is applied to the bottom of
the actuator and air is exhausted from the top of the
actuator. This new pressure differential causes the stem to
start moving towards the desired position of 75 percent. As
the stem moves, the Deviation begins to decrease. The
control algorithm begins to reduce the spool opening. This
process continues until the Deviation goes to zero. At this
point, the spool will be back in its null or balanced position.
Stem movement will stop and the desired stem position is
now achieved.
15.6 Inner Loop
The inner-loop controls the position of the relay valve by
means of a driver module. The driver module consists of a
temperature-compensated hall-effect sensor and a Piezo
valve pressure modulator. The Piezo valve pressure
modulator controls the air pressure under a diaphragm by
means of a Piezo beam bender. The Piezo beam deflects
in response to an applied voltage from the inner-loop
electronics. As the voltage to the Piezo valve increases, the
Piezo beam bends, closing off against a nozzle causing the
pressure under the diaphragm to increase. As the pressure
under the diaphragm increases or decreases, the spool
valve moves up or down respectively. The Hall Effect
sensor transmits the position of the spool back to the innerloop electronics for control purposes.
15.8 Inner Loop Offset
The position of the spool at which the pressures are
balanced, holding the valve position in a steady state, is
called the Inner Loop Offset. The controlling algorithm
uses this value as a reference in determining the Piezo
voltage. This parameter is important for proper control and
is optimized and set automatically during stroke calibration.
15.7 Detailed Sequence of Positioner
Operations
A more detailed example explains the control function. See
Error! Reference source not found.2. Assume the unit is
configured as follows:
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Unit is in Analog command source.
Custom characterization is disabled (therefore
characterization is Linear).
No soft limits enabled. No MPC set.
Valve has zero deviation with a present input signal of
12 mA.
Loop calibration: 4 mA = 0% command, 20 mA = 100%
command.
Actuator is tubed and positioner is configured air-toopen.
Given these conditions, 12 mA represents a Command
source of 50 percent. Custom characterization is disabled
so the command source is passed 1:1 to the Final
Command. Since zero deviation exists, the stem position is
also at 50 percent. With the stem at the desired position,
the spool valve will be at a middle position that balances
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Figure 4: Logix 3200MD+ Digital Positioner Schematic (Double Acting
Relay - Air To Open
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16 SPECIFICATIONS
16.3 Air Supply
16.1 Input Signal
Table 3: Air Supply
Table 1: Input Signal
Positioner Alone
or with
Multi-Function Card
Power Supply
Two-wire, 4-20 mA
10.0 VDC plus line losses.
Input Signal Range
4 - 20 mA (HART)
Compliance Voltage
10.0 VDC
@ 20 mA
Effective Resistance
500 Ω @ 20 mA Typical
Minimum Required
Operating Current
3.9 mA
Maximum Shut-down
Current
3.6 mA
Power Interruption
Time Limit
After power has been applied for at least 10
seconds, a 60 ms power interruption will not
cause the positioner to reset.
Power-up time
Time from application of power to begin
controlling valve < 1.0 second.
Communications
14.3 Nm³/h @ 1.5 bar
(8.44 SCFM @ 22 PSI)
30.6 Nm³/h @ 4.1 bar
(18.0 SCFM @ 60 PSI)
Air Supply Quality
The air supply must be free from moisture,
oil and dust by conforming to the ISA
7.0.01 standard. (A dew point at least 18
degrees Fahrenheit below ambient
temperature, particle size below five
microns—one micron recommended—and
oil content not to exceed one part per
million).
0 - 100% non-condensing
Air, sweet natural gas, nitrogen and CO2
are acceptable supply gasses.
Sour natural gas is not acceptable.
For Type nA and Type tb installation only
air or inert gas may be connected to the air
supply inlet.
Air Consumption
0.5 Nm³/h @ 4 bar
(0.3 SCFM @ 60 PSI)
Air Delivery
12 SCFM @ 60 PSI (0.27 Cv)
Output
–
Multi-Function
Table 4: 4 to 20 mA Analog Output Specification
For entity parameters, see section 17 HAZARDOUS AREA
CERTIFICATIONS.
Primary Output Ports Double Acting Relay – Port 1
(Port is pressurized in
energized state. Port
is exhausted upon loss
of power.)
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10.3 Bar (150 PSI)
16.4 Analog
Card
Table 2: Pneumatic Output
Output Air Capacity
Maximum Input
Pressure
Acceptable Supply
Gasses
16.2 Pneumatic Output
0 to 100% of air supply pressure.
2.1 Bar (30 PSI)
Operating Humidity
HART protocol
Output Pressure
Range
Minimum Input
Pressure
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Power Supply Range
10.0 to 40 VDC, (24 VDC Typical)
Current Signal Output
4 to 20 mA
Linearity
1.0% F.S.
Repeatability
0.25% F.S.
Hysteresis
1.0% F.S.
Operating Temperature
-52 to 85°C (-61.6 to 185°F)
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16.5 Stroke Output
16.8 Physical Specifications
Table 5: Stroke Output
Table 8: Physical Specifications
Feedback shaft
Rotation
Min 15°, Max 90°
45° recommended for linear applications.
For dimensions, see section 30 POSITIONER DIMENSIONS
16.6 Remote Mount Specifications
Table 6: Remote Mount Specifications
Housing Material
Cast, powder-painted aluminum
EN AC-AlSi12(Fe)
Soft Goods
Fluorosilicone
Weight of Base
Positioner Without
Accessories
3.9 kg (8.3 lb) aluminum
For entity parameters, see section 17 HAZARDOUS AREA
CERTIFICATIONS.
Use only with Logix® Remote
Remote Mount Device
Mount Option device.
16.9 Temperature
Max Cable and Tube Distance
30.5 m (100 ft)
Table 9: Temperature
Operating Temperature
-52 to 85°C (-61.6 to 121°F)
Operating Temperature -52 to 85°C (-61.6 to 185°F)
Range
Transport and Storage
Range
16.7 Positioner Performance
Characteristics
-52 to 85°C (-61.6 to 185°F)
 NOTE: Reduced performance possible at low
temperatures.
Table 7: Performance Characteristics
Better than or equal to the following values on a 25 square inch
Mark One actuator.
16.10 ValveSight® DTM Software
Specifications
 0.25%
Resolution
Linearity
 0.8% full scale
Repeatability
 0.05% full scale
Hysteresis
 1.0%
Deadband
 0.1% full scale
Sensitivity
 0.25%
Stability
 0.4%
Long term drift
 0.5%
Supply Pressure Effect
 0.2%
Table 10: ValveSight® DTM Software Specifications
Computer
Minimum Pentium processor running
Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Server
2003 R2, Server 2008 (32-bit & 64-bit
Versions), Server 2008 R2 (32-bit & 64-bit
Versions), and 7 (32-bit & 64-bit Versions).
Memory: >64MB Available HARD Disk
Space : >64MB
Ports
1 minimum available with 8 maximum
possible. (Can also communicate via
serial, PCMCIA and USB connections)
HART Modem
RS-232,
PCMCIA card, or
USB
HART Filter
May be required in conjunction with some
DCS hardware.
HART MUX
MTL 4840/ELCON 2700, P&F K System
HART Multiplexer
 NOTE: Performance tested according to ISA 75.13.
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
DANGER: Certifications listed on the positioner are correct for that positioner. Before using the information on this page,
ensure the certifications on the positioner label match the certifications on this page.
Table 11: Logix® 3200MD+ Series Hazardous Locations Information
North America (FM/CSA)
Explosion Proof
Class I, Div 1, Groups B,C,D
Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIB+H2 T4/T6 Gb IP65
Class I, Zone 1, Ex db IIB+H2 T4/T6 Gb IP65
Class II, III, Div 1 Groups E,F,G
T4 Ta = -50˚C to +80˚C
T6 Ta = -50˚C to +45˚C
Intrinsically Safe
Class I,II,III, Div 1, Groups A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4/T6 Ga IP65
Class I, Zone 0, Ex ia IIC T4/T6 Ga IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +85˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
ATEX
Flame Proof
FM16ATEX0006X
II 2 G
Ex db IIB+H2 T4/T6 Gb IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +80˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
Intrinsically Safe
FM16ATEX0021X
II 1 G
Ex ia IIC T4/T6 Ga IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +80˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
Type “t”
FM16ATEX0006X
II 2 D
Ex tb IIIC T95˚C Db IP65
Ta = -52˚C to +55˚C
II 1 D
Ex ia IIIC T95˚C Da IP65
Ta = -52˚C to +85˚C
Non-Incendive
Class I, Div 2, Groups A,B,C,D
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +85˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
Nema Type 4X, IP65
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Type “n”
FM16ATEX0027X
II 3 G
Ex nA IIC T4/T6 Gc IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +80˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
IECEx
Explosion Proof
IECEx FMG 16.0007X
Ex db IIB+H2 T4/T6 Gb IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +80˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
Intrinsically Safe & Type “n”
IECEx FMG 16.0015X
Ex ia IIC T4/T6 Ga IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +85˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
Type “t”
IECEx FMG 16.0007X
Ex tb IIIC T95˚C Db IP65
Ta = -52˚C to +55˚C
Ex nA IIC T4/T6 Gc IP65
T4 Ta = -52˚C to +85˚C
T6 Ta = -52˚C to +45˚C
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Warning!

Covers must be properly installed in order to maintain environmental ratings.
Special Conditions for Safe Use:

The equipment must be installed in such a manner as to minimize the risk of impact or friction with other metal surfaces.

To avoid possibility of static discharge clean only with a damp cloth.

For Intrinsically Safe installations the positioner must be connected to suitably rated intrinsically safe equipment, and must be
installed in accordance with applicable intrinsically safe installation standards.

Substitution of components may impair Intrinsic Safety.

Use appropriately rated cable insulation at higher temperatures.

Contact Flowserve for flame path information.

For Type nA and Type tb installation only air or inert gas may be connected to the air supply inlet.

Provisions shall be made externally to provide transient overvoltage protection to a level not to exceed 140% of the peak rated input
voltage.

Using the box provided on the nameplate, the User shall permanently mark the type of protection chosen for the specific installation.
Once the type of protection has been marked it shall not be changed
Conditions spéciales pour une utilisation en toute sécurité:





Le matériel doit être installé de sorte à réduire au minimum le risque de choc ou de frottement avec d'autres surfaces métalliques.
Pour éviter les risques de décharge d'électricité statique Nettoyez uniquement avec un chiffon humide.
Pour les installations en sécurité intrinsèque, le positionneur doit être connecté à un équipement sécurité intrinsèque convenablement qualifié,
et doit être installé conformément aux normes d'installation sécurité intrinsèque applicables.
La substitution de composants peut compromettre la sécurité intrinsèque.
Utiliser une isolation appropriée du câble à des températures plus élevées.
Contactez Flowserve pour les informations de trajet de flamme.
Assessed to the following ATEX standards: EN 60079-0 :2012, EN 60079-11 :2012, EN 60079-1:2007, EN 60079-31:2009, EN 60529: 1991/A1:2001
Assessed to the following IECEx standards: IEC 60079-0: 2011, IEC 60079-11: 2011, IEC 60529: 1999, IEC 60079-1: 2007-04, IEC 60079-31:2013
Assessed to the following US standards: FM Class 3600 :2011,Class 3610 :2010, FM Class 315:2006, FM Class 3616:2011, FM Class 3810: 2005, ANSI/ISA
60079-0:2013, ANSI/ISA 60079-11:2014, ANSI/NEMA 250:2003, ANSI/IEC 60529:2004, INSI/ISA 60079-1: 2009
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teardrop under the mounting bolt and align the upper
mounting hole.
MOUNTING AND INSTALLING
18.1 Mounting to Mark One Linear
Valves
6
Insert the upper mounting bolt and tighten the bolting.
7
Position the take-off arm mounting slot against the
stem clamp mounting pad. Apply Loctite 222 to the
take-off arm bolting and insert through washers into
stem clamp. Leave bolts loose.
Logix®
To mount a
3200MD+ positioner to a Valtek linear
Mark One valve, refer to Error! Reference source not
found. and proceed as outlined below.
1
Remove washer and nut from follower pin assembly.
Insert pin into the appropriate hole in follower arm,
based on stroke length. The stroke lengths are
stamped next to their corresponding holes in the
follower arms. Make sure the unthreaded end of the
pin is on the stamped side of the arm. Reinstall lock
washer and tighten nut to complete follower arm
assembly.
2
Slide the slot in the follower arm assembly over the
flats on the position feedback shaft in the back of the
positioner. Make sure the arm is pointing toward the
customer interface side of the positioner. Slide the
lock washer over the threads on the shaft and tighten
down the nut.
3
Align the bracket with the three outer mounting holes
on the positioner. Fasten with 1/4" bolts.
4
Place a washer over one of the mounting bolts.
Screw one mounting bolt into the hole on the yoke
mounting pad nearest the valve. Stop when the bolt is
approximately 3⁄16" from being flush with mounting
pad.
5
Slip the large end of the teardrop shaped mounting
hole in the back of the positioner/bracket assembly
over the mounting bolt. Slide the small end of the
8
Slide the appropriate pin slot of the take-off arm,
based on stroke length, over the follower arm pin.
The appropriate stroke lengths are stamped by each
pin slot.
 NOTE: The feedback shaft has a clutch mechanism
that allows for over-rotation of the shaft for easy
adjustments.
Center the take-off arm on the rolling sleeve of the
follower pin.
10
Align the take-off arm with the top plane of the stem
clamp and tighten bolting. Torque to 120 in-lb.

NOTE: If mounted properly, the follower arm should be
horizontal when the valve is at 50% stroke and should
move approximately ±30° from horizontal over the full
stroke of the valve. If mounted incorrectly, a stroke
calibration error will occur and the indicator lights will blink
a RGGY code indicating the position sensor has gone out
of range on one end of travel or the travel is too small.
Reposition the feedback linkage or rotate the position
sensor to correct the error.
 NOTE: To virtually eliminate non-linearity, use the
Linearization feature in the Custom Characterization page
of the DTM.
Figure 5: Mounting to Mark One Linear Valves
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Rotate the follower arm so the follower pin will slide
into the slot on the take-off arm. Adjust the bracket
position as needed noting the engagement of the
follower pin and the take-off arm slot. The pin should
extend approximately 2 mm past the take-off arm.
When properly adjusted, securely tighten the
bracketing bolts.
7
Rotate follower arm so the follower pin will slide into
the slot on the take-off arm. Over-rotate the follower
arm if needed so the arm moves freely through the
intended travel.
18.2 Mounting to Standard Valtek Rotary
Valves
The standard rotary mounting applies to Valtek
valve/actuator assemblies that do not have mounted
volume tanks or hand-wheels. The standard mounting uses
a linkage directly coupled to the valve shaft. This linkage
has been designed to allow for minimal misalignment
between the positioner and the actuator. Refer to Error!
Reference source not found.6 through 9.
1
Fasten the spline lever adapter to the splined lever
using two 6 x 1/2" self-tapping screws.
2
Attach follower arm to positioner feedback shaft using
the star washer and 10-32 nut.
3
Determine the rotation of the valve. Slide the take-off
arm onto the spline lever adapter shaft. Orient the
take-off arm to the starting point of the valve rotation
and make sure that it will match up with the rotational
range of the positioner follower arm. Insert the screw
with star washer through the take-off arm and add the
second star washer and nut and tighten.
4
Using four 1/4-20 x 1/2" bolts, fasten positioner to
universal bracket using appropriate hole pattern
(stamped on bracket).
5
Using a ½” end wrench and two 5/16-18 X ½” bolts,
attach bracket to actuator transfer case pad. Leave
these bolts slightly loose until final adjustments are
made.
Figure 7: Valtek Rotary Follower Arm

NOTE: The feedback shaft has a clutch mechanism
that allows for over-rotation of the shaft for easy
adjustments.
8
Spline
Lever
Adapter
Take-Off
Arm
Assembly
Figure 6: Valtek Rotary Take-Off Arm
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Adjust the bracket position as needed noting the
engagement of the follower pin and the take-off arm
slot. The pin should extend approximately 1⁄16" past
the take-off arm. When properly adjusted, securely
tighten the bracketing bolts.
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Figure 8: Valtek Rotary Mounting
9
Connect regulated air supply to appropriate port in
manifold. See section 19 TUBING.
10
Connect the power to the 4-20 mA terminals. See
section 20 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
11
Remove main cover and locate DIP switches and
QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button.
12
Refer to sticker on main board cover and set DIP
switches accordingly. See section 21 STARTUP.
13
Press the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button for three to
four seconds or until the positioner begins to move.
The positioner will now perform a stroke calibration.
14
If the calibration was successful the green LED will
blink GGGG or GGGY and the valve will be in control
mode.
15
If calibration fails, as indicated by a RGGY blink code,
retry the calibration. If it still fails, the feedback values
were exceeded and the arm must be adjusted away
from the positioner’s limits. Rotate the feedback shaft
so that the full free travel of the feedback shaft is in
the range of the actuator movement. Optionally,
continue to attempt the calibration. Each calibration
attempt adjusts the acceptable limits and it should
pass eventually.
Figure 9: Valtek Rotary Final Orientation

NOTE: To virtually eliminate non-linearity, use the
Linearization feature on the Custom Characterization page
of the DTM.
CAUTION: Remember to remove the air supply before
re-adjusting take-off arm.

NOTE: If mounted properly, the follower arm should be
horizontal when the valve is at 50% stroke and should
move approximately ±30° from horizontal over the full
stroke of the valve.
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18.3 Optional Valtek Rotary Mounting
Procedure
1
Using a ½” open-end wrench and two 5/16-18 x ½”
bolts, attach bracket to actuator transfer case pads.
Leave bracket loose to allow for adjustment
2
Using four ¼-20x ½” bolts and a 7/16” open-end
wrench, fasten positioner to universal bracket, using
the four-hole pattern that locates the positioner the
farthest from the valve. Rotate positioner 90 degrees
from normal so gauges are facing upward.
3
Attach follower arm to positioner feedback shaft,
using the star washer and 10-32 nut.
4
Attach tripper and tripper clamp to valve shaft using
two ¼-20 bolts and two ¼-20 locknuts. Leave tripper
loose on shaft until final adjustment.
5
Thread ball joint linkage end to tripper and tighten
(thread locking compound such as Loctite is
recommended to prevent back threading). Adjust the
length of tie rod so follower arm and tripper rotate
parallel to each other (rod must be cut to the desired
length). Connect the other ball joint end to follower
arm using a star washer and a 10-32 nut.
6
Tighten bracket and tripper bolting.
7
Check for proper operation, not direction or rotation.

NOTE: The feedback shaft has a clutch mechanism
that allows for over-rotation of the shaft for easy
adjustments.
Figure 10: Optional Rotary Mounting
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18.4 Mounting
to
Rotary
(AutoMax) Valves
NAMUR
1
Attach the mounting plate to the positioner using 4
screws. See Figure 11.
2
Rotate the feedback shaft to match the orientation of
the receiver on the actuator.

NOTE: The feedback shaft has a clutch mechanism
that allows for over-rotation of the shaft for easy
adjustments.
3
Mount the positioner onto the actuator using the
washers and nuts. See Figure 12.
4
Connect regulated air supply to appropriate port in
manifold. See section 19 TUBING.
5
Connect the power to the 4-20 mA terminals. See
section 20 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
6
Remove main cover and locate DIP switches and
QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button.
7
Refer to sticker on main board cover and set DIP
switches accordingly. See section 21 STARTUP.
8
Press the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button for three to
four seconds or until the positioner begins to move.
The positioner will now perform a stroke calibration.
9
If the calibration was successful the green LED will
blink GGGG or GGGY and the valve will be in control
mode.
10
If calibration fails, as indicated by a RGGY blink code,
retry the calibration. If it still fails, remove power from
the positioner, disconnect the air, and remove the
positioner from the actuator. Rotate the feedback
shaft so that the full free travel of the feedback shaft
is in the range of the actuator movement. Optionally,
continue to attempt the calibration. Each calibration
attempt adjusts the acceptable limits and it should
pass eventually.
Figure 11: Automax Bracket
CAUTION: Remember to remove the air supply before
re-adjusting take-off arm.
Figure 12: Automax Assembly
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TUBING
Example: Rotary Double-Acting Actuators
After mounting has been completed, tube the positioner to
the actuator using the appropriate compression fitting
connectors. For best performance, use 10 mm (3/8 inch)
tubing for 645 square cm (100 square inch) actuators or
larger. See Error! Reference source not found. below.
For a rotary actuator, the “1” port of the positioner manifold
is tubed to the far side of the actuator. The “2” port of the
positioner manifold is tubed to the side of the actuator
closer to the transfer case. This tubing convention is
followed regardless of air action. On rotary actuators, the
transfer case orientation determines the air action. See
Figure 14.
19.1 Determine Air Action
The port labeled “1” delivers air when an air supply is
present and the relay is energized. Typically, the port
labeled “1” should be tubed to the pneumatic side of the
actuator (the side that would result in the air compressing
the actuator spring). When tubed this way, the spring is
designed to return the valve to the fail safe state should
supply air or power to the unit fail.
Tube the port labeled “1” to the side of the actuator that
must receive air to begin moving away from the fail safe
state.
1
S
2
If air from “1” should open the valve, set the Air Action
configuration switch on the positioner to Air-to-Open,
otherwise set it to Air-to-Close.
Spool Relay
The Air-to-Open and Air-to-Close selection is determined
by the actuator tubing, not the software. When air action
selection is made during configuration, the selection tells
the control which way the actuator has been tubed.
Figure 14: Rotary, Double Acting, Air to Open
Example: Tubing Single-acting Actuators
If the valve is double acting, port the valve labeled “2” to
the other side of the actuator.
For single-acting actuators, the “1” port is always tubed to
the pneumatic side of the actuator regardless of air action.
If a double acting (spool style) relay is installed in the
positioner, plug port “2”. See Figure 15.

DANGER: Proper tubing orientation is critical for the
positioner to function correctly and have the proper failure
mode.
Example: Tubing Linear Double-Acting Actuators
For a linear air-to-open actuator, the “1” port of the
positioner is tubed to the bottom side of the actuator
(closest to the valve). The “2” port of the positioner is tubed
to the top side of the actuator. See Error! Reference
source not found.13. For a linear air-to-close actuator the
tubing configuration is reversed.
1
S
2
Spool Relay
1
S
2
Figure 15: Linear, Single Acting, Air to Open
Spool Relay
Figure 13: Linear, Double Acting, Air to Open
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19.2 Connect Supply Port
The positioner ports are threaded with ¼ NPTF.
In order to maintain the recommended air quality, a
coalescing filter should always be installed in the supply
gas line. An air filter is highly recommended for all
applications where dirty air is a possibility. The positioner
passage ways are equipped with small filters, which
remove medium and coarse size dirt from the pressurized
air. If necessary, they are easily accessible for cleaning.
A supply regulator is recommended if the customer will be
using the diagnostic features of the Logix® 3200MD+ but is
not required. In applications where the supply pressure is
higher than the maximum actuator pressure rating a supply
regulator is required to lower the pressure to the actuator’s
maximum rating.
19.3 Vented Design
A standard Logix® 3200MD+ positioner is vented directly to
the atmosphere. When supply air is substituted with sweet
natural gas, piping must be used to route the exhausted
natural gas to a safe environment.
The housing chamber exhaust port is located on the
backside of the positioner. The actuator exhaust port is
located on the front of the positioner. Both ports are
tapped with ¼ NPTF and covered with a protective cap. To
control vented gas, remove the caps and connect the
necessary tubing/piping to these ports. See Error!
Reference source not found..
This piping system may cause some positioner back
pressure. Back pressure in the housing chamber is from
the modulator and regulator. Back pressure in the exhaust
port is from the actuator.
Figure 16: Exhaust Vents
The maximum allowable back pressure from the housing
chamber is 0.14 barg (2.0 PSIG). For flow rates, see
section 16.3 Air Supply.
The maximum allowable back pressure from the exhaust
port is 0.55 barg (8.0 PSIG). Higher pressure may result in
decreased performance. For output flow rates, see section
16.2 Pneumatic Output.
CAUTION: The back pressure in the main housing
must never rise above 0.14 barg (2.0 PSIG). This could
cause the positioner to become unresponsive under some
circumstances
CAUTION: The natural gas used must be sweet
natural gas. Use of sour natural gas may cause positioner
to fail prematurely.
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Double Acting
Configuration
Single Acting
Configuration
1
1
1
S
Supply
Supply
2
2
(Plug)
Figure 17: Pneumatic Connections
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
20.1 Electrical Terminals
Figure 18: Terminal Diagram
20.2 Command Input (4-20 mA)
Connection
Equation 1
Logix®
The
3200MD+ is reverse polarity protected,
however, verify polarity when making field termination
connection. Wire 4-20 mA current source to the input
terminal labeled “HART 4-20mA INPUT”. Tighten using 0.5
to 0.6 Nm torque. See Error! Reference source not
found.. Depending on the current source, a HART filter
may be required. See 28.1 Troubleshooting Guide.
Available Voltage = Controller Voltage (@Current 𝑚𝑎𝑥 ) −
Current 𝑚𝑎𝑥 × (R barrier + R wire )
Current max = 20𝑚𝐴
R barrier = 300𝛺
R wire = 25𝛺
20.2.1 Compliance Voltage
Available Voltage = 19 V − 0.020 A × (300𝛺 + 25𝛺 )
Output compliance voltage refers to the voltage limit the
current source can provide. A current loop system consists
of the current source, wiring resistance, barrier resistance
(if present), and the Logix® 3200MD+ impedance.
The Logix® 3200MD+ requires that the current loop system
allow for a 10 VDC drop across the positioner at maximum
loop current. The operating current range is from 3.9 to 24
mA.
Available Voltage = 12.5 V
The available voltage (12.5 V) is greater than the required
voltage (10.0 V) therefore; this system will support the
Logix® 3200MD+. The Logix® 3200MD+ has an input
resistance equivalent to 500 Ω at a 20 mA input current.
CAUTION: The current must always be limited for 420 mA operation. Never connect a voltage source directly
across the Logix® 3200MD+ terminals. This could cause
permanent circuit board damage.
In order to determine if the loop will support the Logix®
3200MD+, perform the calculation in the following equation.
The Available Voltage must be greater than 10VDC in
order to support the Logix® 3200MD+. Also, see Table 1:
Input Signal.
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4-20 mA
Current
Source
Controller
Voltage
Barrier
(If Present)
Wire
R
R
+
Compliance 10
Voltage
VDC
Logix
3200MD+
-
Current
Figure 19: Compliance Voltage
20.2.2 Cable Requirements
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner utilizes the HART
Communication protocol. This communication signal is
superimposed on the 4-20 mA current signal. The two
frequencies used by the HART protocol are 1200 Hz and
2200 Hz. In order to prevent distortion of the HART
communication signal, cable capacitance and cable length
restrictions must be calculated. The cable length must be
limited if the capacitance is too high. Selecting a cable with
lower capacitance/foot rating will allow longer cable runs.
In addition to the cable capacitance, the
network resistance
15.1.1
also affects the allowable cable length. See
.
Max Cable Length =
In order to calculate the maximum network capacitance,
use the following formula:
Max Cable Length = 1111 𝑚
Equation 2
650Ω
Cnetwork (μF) ≤ (R
barrier + Rwire +390Ω)
− 0.0032
To control cable resistance, 24 AWG cable should be used
for runs less than 5000 feet. For cable runs longer than
5000 feet, 20 AWG cable should be used.
Example:
The input loop current signal to the Logix® 3200MD+ digital
positioner should be in shielded cable. Shields must be tied
to a ground at only one end of the cable to provide a place
for environmental electrical noise to be removed from the
cable. In general, shield wire should be connected at the
source, not at the positioner.
R barrier = 300𝛺 (if present)
R wire = 50𝛺
650Ω
Cnetwork (μF) ≤ (300𝛺+
50𝛺+390Ω)
0.08 μF
𝜇𝐹
. 000072
𝑚
− 0.0032= 0.08 μF
20.2.3 Intrinsically Safe Barriers
In order to calculate the maximum cable length, use the
following formula:
When selecting an intrinsically safe barrier, make sure the
barrier is HART compatible. Although the barrier will pass
the loop current and allow normal positioner control, if not
compatible, it may prevent HART communication.
Equation 3
Max Cable Length =
Cnetwork
Ccable
20.2.4 Grounding and Conduit
Example:
Ccable = 72
𝜌𝐹
𝜇𝐹
= .000072
𝑚
𝑚
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The grounding terminals, located by the electrical conduit
ports should be used to provide the unit with an adequate
and reliable earth ground reference. This ground should be
tied to the same ground as the electrical conduit.
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Additionally, the electrical conduit
grounded at both ends of its run.
should
be
earth
prevent the positioner from being used in environments
with excessively high EM field strengths (greater than 10
V/m). Portable EM devices such as hand-held two-way
radios should not be used within 30 cm of the device.

NOTE: The grounded screw must not be used to
terminate signal shield wires. Shield wires should be
terminated only at the signal source.
Ensure proper wiring and shielding techniques of the
control lines, and route control lines away from
electromagnetic sources that may cause unwanted
electrical noise. An electromagnetic line filter can be used
to further eliminate noise (FLOWSERVE Part Number
10156843).
This product has electrical conduit connections in either
thread sizes 1/2" NPTF or M20x1.5 which appear identical
but are not interchangeable. The thread size is indicated on
the side of the positioner near the conduit connections.
Conduit fittings must match equipment housing threads
before installation. If threads do not match, obtain suitable
adapters or contact a Flowserve representative. See
Figure 20: Conduit and Grounding.
In the event of a severe electrostatic discharge near the
positioner, the device should be inspected to ensure
correct operability. It may be necessary to recalibrate the
Logix® 3200MD+ positioner to restore operation.

NOTE: Housings with M20x1.5 conduit threads are not
available with Certification Code 34. See Table 24.
20.3 Multi-Function Card (AO, DO, DI)
The Multi-Function Card can act as an Analog Output (AO),
a Discrete Output (DO), or a Discrete Input (DI).
Connections to the Multi-Function Card are made directly
to the card terminals. For detailed information about
voltage and current limits, see Table 12: Auxiliary Card
Status below.
Grounding
Terminals
See Section: 25 MULTI-FUNCTION CARD for more
information.
20.3.1 Analog Output
For AO function wire the MFC in series with a 10 to 40 VDC
power supply, including a method to determine the current.
When configured as an AO, the current will follow the valve
position. See Figure 21.
10 VDC
to
40 VDC
Voltage
Source
Electrical
Conduit
Connections
Figure 20: Conduit and Grounding
MFC
Figure 21: MFC Analog Output Circuit
20.2.5 Electromagnetic Compatibility
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner has been designed
to operate correctly in electromagnetic (EM) fields found in
typical industrial environments. Care should be taken to
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Table 12: Auxiliary Card Status
20.3.2 Discrete Output
Card
For DO function, wire the MFC in series with an 8 to 40
VDC power supply, including a method to determine the
current such as a resistor. Or use a NAMUR switch
amplifier made for this purpose. In DO configuration, the
card is a NAMUR switch.
Multi-Function Card
Monitoring Position
(typical 4-20mA )
Output
(mA)
Less than 8 V on
AO terminals.
No Loop
Power
High
output > 2.1 mA
(3200MD+ typically
3 mA)
1Nominal
Low
1.2 mA > output >
0.1 mA
(typically 0.5 mA)
0Tripped
MFC (AO)
When configured as a DO, current will remain high until the
user-defined condition (an alarm) is active, and then drop
low when tripped. See Figure 22.
Switch Amp
MFC (DO)
8 VDC
Minimum
Status
Indication
Condition
1 kΩ
Typical
No Loop
Power
1Nominal
0Tripped
Less than 0.1 mA
MFC (DI)
20.4 Remote Mount
MFC
The remote mount option can be used where excessive
vibration or environmental factors prevent the placement of
a positioner directly on the valve. Wire the remote mount
board according to Table 13: Remote Mount Card
Connections (See Figure 24). For more information, see
Table 6: Remote Mount Specifications on page 12.
Figure 22: MFC Discrete Output Circuit
20.3.3 Discrete Input
For the DI function, wire the MFC in series with a 0 to 40
VDC power supply. Keep the voltage low under normal
circumstances. Raise the voltage to create a tripped input
state. See Figure 23.
0 VDC
to
40 VDC
Voltage
Source
Low
(input < 2.5 VDC)
High
(input > 8.0 VDC)
Table 13: Remote Mount Card Connections
Terminal (See Error!
Reference source not
found.)
Discrete Input
Voltage Loop
(Logix® Input)
From Remote Mount
A
Red
B
White
MFC
Terminals
Figure 23: MFC Discrete Input Circuit
Figure 24: Remote Mount Board
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20.5 Connections for Intrinsically Safe
Operation
CAUTION: During the QUICK-CAL operation the valve
may stroke unexpectedly. Notify proper personnel that the
valve will stroke, and make sure the valve is properly
isolated.
See section 17 HAZARDOUS AREA CERTIFICATIONS for
entity parameters and control drawing reference.
21.2 Local User Interface Overview
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STARTUP
The Logix® 3200MD+ local user interface allows the user to
calibrate, configure the basic operation, and tune the
response of the positioner without additional tools or
configurators.
See Error! Reference source not
found.25.
21.1 Quick Start Instructions
Once the positioner is installed, adjusting the DIP switch
settings and performing a Quick-Cal function will typically
get the positioner working properly. This simple procedure
takes only seconds for most valves.
1
Using the Configuration Switches, select the desired
configuration.
2
Hold the Quick-Cal button for 3 seconds. This will
initiate a stroke calibration.

Configuration Switches (8) – Used to set basic
configuration. See explanations in section 0

Configuration Switch Settings.

Interface Buttons – Used to calibrate the positioner,
perform special functions and navigate the display menu.
o ►QUICK-CAL / ACCEPT
o ▲Up
o ▼Down
o ◄Back

Selectable GAIN Switch (Rotary) – Used to manually
fine-tune the performance.

LED Indicators (Red, Yellow, and Green) – Indicate
status, alarms and warnings.
After the stroke calibration is complete, the positioner is
ready for control.
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Figure 25: Local User Interface
21.3
The Characterization Switch allows a better match between
the input command and the actual fluid flow through the
valve. This feature is typically used with valves that have
non-linear flow characteristics. The positioner makes a
correction by applying an adjustment to the input command
according to a characterization curve.
Configuration Switch Settings
Before placing the unit in service, set the Configuration
Switches to the desired control options.

NOTE: The Configuration Switch settings are activated
only by performing a Stroke calibration (pressing the
“QUICK-CAL” button for 3 seconds).
However, the
Configuration Switch settings may be edited from the DTM
or Handheld at any time.
Linear - Select Linear if the actuator position should be
directly proportional to the command input signal. (For most
rotary valves, this setting gives an =% Cv characteristic due
to their inherent =% characteristics.)
Other - Select Other if one of the pre-set characterization
curves or a custom curve is desired. The default will be the
Custom curve which is populated with a standard 30:1
equal percent rangeability curve which generally opens
less than the input command (See Figure 26). To select
one of the other curve options, use a Handheld or the
ValveSight® DTM. To modify the Custom curve, use the
DTM.
21.3.1 Air Action Switch
This must be set to match the configuration of the
valve/actuator mechanical tubing connection since the
tubing determines the air action of the system.
ATO - Increasing pressure from Port 1 causes the valve to
open.
ATC - Increasing pressure from Port 2 causes the valve to
close.
100
90
80
Final Command
21.3.2 Valve Action Switch
This must be set to match the configuration of the actuator
and is used in some diagnostics.
Double - Select Double when both sides of the actuator are
pressurized.
Single - Select Single when only one side of the actuator is
pressurized.
Linear
70
60
50
40
30
20
Custom
10
21.3.3 Signal at Closed Switch
0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Normally this will be set to 4 mA for an Air-To-Open
actuator configuration, and 20 mA for Air-To-Close.
Command Input
Figure 26: Characterization Curves
4 mA - Selecting 4 mA will make the valve close when the
signal is low (4 mA) and open when the signal is high (20
mA).
20 mA - Selecting 20 mA will make the valve close when
the signal is high (20 mA) and open when the signal is low
(4 mA).
21.3.5 Auto Tune Switch
This switch controls whether the positioner will
automatically tune itself during the stroke calibration
(Quick-Cal), or use preset tuning parameters.

NOTE: When using an Analog Output (AO) function of
the Multi-Function Card, the AO signal corresponds with
the Signal at Closed selection. If the valve closes with a 4
mA signal, the AO will show a 4 mA signal at closed. If the
valve closes with a 20 mA signal, the AO will show a 20 mA
signal at closed.
On - Selecting On enables an auto tune feature that will
automatically determine the positioner gain settings. The
automatic tuning will be based on response parameters
measured during the latest Quick-Cal. The valve response
is a combination of these response parameters and the
current position of the Selectable GAIN Switch.
21.3.4 Characterization Switch
Off - Selecting Off forces the positioner to use one of the
factory preset tuning sets determined by the Selectable
GAIN Switch. Settings “B” through “J” are progressively
higher predefined tuning sets.
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
NOTE: This option is more effective with Advanced or
Pro diagnostic levels.
Selecting “A” on the Selectable Gain Switch during a
Quick-Cal allows the user to use and preserve manually
adjusted gains. See section 21.4 Stroke Calibration for
more details.
21.3.8 Spare Switch
If special features have been purchased they may be
controlled by this switch. See associated documentation for
more details.
 NOTE: The gain switch is live meaning that regardless
of the Auto Tune selection, the gain settings can be
adjusted at any time during operation by changing the
selectable GAIN switch position. See Figure 27.
21.4 Stroke Calibration
.
More
Responsive
The ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button is used to initiate an
automatic stroke calibration.
The stroke calibration
determines the closed (0%) and open (100%) positions of
the valve and gathers information about the response of
the valve (such as valve stroke time) in order to determine
the gains. The gains are then set automatically. After a
stroke calibration, the positioner is ready to control.
More
Stable
To perform a Quick-Cal, first ensure the Quick Calibration
Switch is set to Auto or Jog as appropriate. Press and hold
the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button for approximately 3
seconds. This will initiate the automatic stroke calibration.
While the calibration is in progress, the LED lights will flash
status codes indicating the calibration progress. See
section 0
Status Code Descriptions for an explanation of the
status code sequences.
Figure 27: Selectable Gain Switch
21.3.6 Quick Calibration Switch
This switch selects between Auto and Jog calibration
modes.
Auto - Use the Auto setting if the fully opened position of
the valve has a mechanical stop. This is typical for most
valves. In Auto mode during a stroke calibration (QuickCal), the positioner will fully close the valve and register the
0% position, then fully open the valve to register the 100%
position.
The initial calibration of extremely large or very small
actuators may require several calibration attempts. The
positioner adapts to the actuator performance and begins
each calibration where the last attempt ended. On an initial
installation it is recommended that after the first successful
calibration that one more calibration be completed for
optimum performance.
Jog - Use the Jog setting if the fully opened position of the
valve has no hard stop, but needs to be set manually. In
Jog mode during a stroke calibration (Quick-Cal), the
positioner will fully close the valve and register the 0%
position, then wait for the user to move the valve to the
100% open position using the ▲Up and ▼Down buttons.
Press the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button to accept the
100% location.
21.4.1 Quick Calibration Switch – Jog
Set the Quick Calibration Switch to Jog if the valve/actuator
assembly has no internal mechanical stop at the fully open
position. In this case, follow these instructions:
See section 21.4 Stroke Calibration for more details.
Press and hold the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button for
approximately 3 seconds.
21.3.7 Valve Stability Switch
1
This switch adjusts the position control algorithm of the
positioner for use with low-friction control valves or highfriction automated valves.
This will initiate the jog stroke calibration. The positioner
will then close the valve and set the zero position. The
zero position is automatically always set at the valve seat.
At this point the LED‘s will flash in a sequence of G-R-R-R
(green-red-red-red) which indicates that the user must use
the jog keys to manually position the valve to approximately
100%.
Lo Friction - Placing the switch to Lo Friction optimizes the
response for low friction, high performance control valves.
This setting provides for optimum response times when
used with most low friction control valves.
2
Hi Friction - Placing the switch to the right optimizes the
response for valves and actuators with high friction levels.
This setting slightly slows the response and will normally
stop limit cycling that can occur on high friction valves.
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Use the up and down keys to position the valve at
approximately 100% open.
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No more user actions are required while the calibration
process is completed. When the lights return to a sequence
that starts with a green light the calibration is complete.
21.5 Analog Output (AO) Calibration
The Analog Output (position feedback) function of the
Multi-Function Card can be configured calibrated using the
DTM or LCD. Ensure the card is installed, the positioner
recognizes the card, and it is configured to be an AO.
The jog calibration process will only allow the user to set
the span. If an elevated zero is needed a handheld or
ValveSight® DTM are required.
The DTM AO calibration wizard is found here:
Configuration / Card Slot 1 (or 2) / Multi-Function Card /
Analog Output Calibration.
21.4.2 Tuning Options
Quick-Cal Custom Gains - This is typically the fastest way
to achieve ideal gains. Set the Auto Tune Configuration
Switch to On and the Selectable GAIN Switch to “E”. Then
perform a Quick-Cal. During the Quick-Cal, custom tuning
parameters will be determined based on measured
response parameters. The gains can then be fine-tuned by
adjusting the Selectable GAIN Switch. Selecting “D” “C” or
“B” will progressively provide a more stable response.
Selecting “F” through “J” will progressively provide a more
active response. In most cases selecting “E” will give the
best results. This is the default setting for all actuator
sizes. Raising or lowering the Selectable GAIN Switch
setting is a function of the positioner/valve response to the
control signal, and is not actuator size dependent.
22 POSITIONER FUNCTIONS
The following features can be performed using the local
interface. Additional features are offered with the use of a
Handheld or DTM.

NOTE: In order to prevent unintentional adjustments of
the configuration, tuning, or control of the valve, the
Tamper Lock feature may be used. This is set in the DTM
and disables the buttons and menus except for the ability to
view the status of the positioner. The positioner can be
unlocked from the DTM.
22.1 Live Manual Tuning (Adjusting the
Gain)
Standard Preset Gains - If standard, preset gains are
desired, set the Auto Tune Configuration Switch to Off.
After performing a Quick-Cal, use the Selectable GAIN
switch to the desired level (“B” – “J”). The standard, preset
gain settings are not affected by Quick-Cal.
Use the Selectable GAIN Switch to adjust the gain at any
time during operation. This adjustment takes effect
immediately. For faster response select settings above “E”
(F-J). For more stable response, select settings below “E”
(B-D). See Error! Reference source not found..
It may be necessary to set the gain switch BEFORE the
Quick Cal. Very fast stroking valves may need to be at
lower gains and very slow stroking valves may need to be
at higher gains.
22.2 Local Control Of Valve Position
Custom Manual Gains - To set gains manually, set the
selectable GAIN switch to “A”. Changing the switch from
“B” to “A” will write the standard “B” settings into the “A”
parameters, allowing a starting point for modification.
Similarly, changing the switch from “J” to “A” will write the
standard “J” settings into the “A” parameters. Custom
tuning values can then be entered using the Display Menu,
a Handheld or ValveSight® DTM. With the Selectable
GAIN Switch set to “A”, the tuning will not be modified
during a Quick-Cal.
To manually adjust the position of the valve regardless of
the input command (analog or digital), press and hold the
▲Up, ▼Down and ◄ BACK buttons for about 3 seconds.
The ▲Up, ▼down buttons can then be used to position the
valve. While in this mode the LED‘s will flash a GRRY
(green-red-red-yellow) sequence. To exit the local control
mode and return to normal operation, briefly press the ►
ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button.
CAUTION: When operating using local control of the
valve, the valve will not respond to external commands.
Notify proper personnel that the valve will not respond to
remote command changes, and make sure the valve is
properly isolated.
21.4.3 Aborting a Quick-Cal
The Quick-Cal can be aborted at any time by briefly
pressing the ◄ BACK button. In this case, the previous
settings will be retained.
22.3 Command Source Reset
21.4.4 On Line Stroke Calibration Adjustments
Performing a command source reset will reset
command source to analog if it has been inadvertently
in digital mode. This is done while holding down both
▲Up and ▼Down buttons, and briefly pressing
►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button.
At times an adjustment to the calibration is desired, but the
process cannot be interrupted. The stroke calibration can
be adjusted with minimal valve movement. Contact your
local Field Service Technician for more information.
22.4 Factory Reset
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To perform a factory reset, hold ► ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL
button while applying power. All of the internal variables
including calibration will be reset to factory defaults. The
positioner must be re-calibrated after a factory reset. Tag
names and other user configured limits, alarm settings, and
valve information will also be lost and need to be restored.
A factory reset will always reset the command source to
analog 4-20 mA.
R
R
The Analog Input Calibration allows the user to define the
mA current that will designate the 0% and 100%
commands. This is done by holding down both the ◄
BACK and the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button for about 3
seconds. The blink code should change to GRYG. Adjust
the input current to correspond with the 0% position
(usually 4 mA). Briefly press the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL
button. The blink code should change to GRYY. Adjust the
input current to correspond with the 100% position (usually
20 mA). Briefly press the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button.
CAUTION: Performing a factory reset may result in the
inability to operate the valve until reconfigured properly.
Notify proper personnel that the valve may stroke, and
make sure the valve is properly isolated.
22.5 Viewing Version Numbers
The version number of the embedded code may be
checked at any time except during a calibration. To see
the major version number, hold the ▲Up button. This will
not alter the operation of the unit other than to change the
blink sequence to 3 blinks indicating the major version
number. Holding the ▼Down button will give the minor
version number without affecting operation. The version
codes are interpreted according to the following table:
22.7 Select and Calibrate Analog Output
To change the Multi-Function Card to the Analog Output
function and calibrate, hold down both the ◄ BACK and the
▲Up button for about 3 seconds. The blink code should
change to GYRG. If desired, adjust the output current for
the 0% position by pressing the ▲Up or ▼Down button.
Briefly press the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button. The blink
code should change to GYRY. If desired, adjust the output
current for the 100% position by pressing the ▲Up or
▼Down button. Briefly press the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL
button.
Table 14: Viewing Version Numbers
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Blink Color
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
Y
R
G
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22.6 Analog Input Calibration
NOTE: Once the Multi-Function Card (MFC) type has
been configured, the type selection will still remain after a
factory reset.
Second
Blink Color
G
G
G
Y
Y
Y
R
R
R
G
G
G
Y
Y
Y
R
R
R
G
G
G
Y
Y
Y
R
Y
R
For example, if holding the ▲Up button gave a G-G-R
code, and holding the ▼Down gave a Y-Y-G code then the
resulting version number would be 2.12.

First
Blink Color
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Version
Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
22.8 Select Discrete Output
The Discrete Output mode generates a high current of
about 7 mA in the normal state. When the Position
Deviation alarm is tripped, the output changes to 0.5 mA.
To change the Multi-Function Card to the Discrete Output
function, hold down both the ◄ BACK and the ▼Down
button for about 3 seconds. The blink code should change
to GRYR. Briefly press the ►ACCEPT/QUICK-CAL button.
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23.3 Changing HART Versions
The Logix® 3200MD+ positioner comes standard with the
HART 6 communication protocol. Follow this procedure to
change to HART 7.
1
2
23 HART COMMUNICATION
Remove the outer cover.
Remove the inner cover by removing the 3 inner
cover retaining screws.
CAUTION: Observe precautions
electrostatically sensitive devices.
The Logix® 3200MD+ series positioners use the HART
communication protocol specified by the HART
Communication Foundation.
3
23.1 ValveSight® DTM
Flowserve Corporation has produced a custom Device
Type Manager (DTM) for the Logix® 3200MD+ digital
positioners to support the ValveSight® diagnostics platform.
4
The ValveSight® DTM is available from a Flowserve
representative or from www.valvesight.com.
HART 6
(Default)
1234
HART 7
1234
HART DIP Switch
23.2 HART 375/475 Handheld
Communicator
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner supports and is
supported by the HART 375/475 Handheld Communicator.
The Device Description (DD) files can be obtained from the
HART Communication Foundation or from your Flowserve
representative.
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handling
With a clean, non-conductive instrument, change the
position of DIP switch according to Error! Reference
source not found.. After changing the DIP switch,
the positioner will immediately recognize the new
HART communication protocol.
Replace the covers.
The DTM contains a high level “Dashboard” view of the
system health and status information.
See Error!
Reference source not found. 28. It also contains
comprehensive user-friendly interfaces for control and
reporting of alarms, of-line and on-line diagnostic tests,
calibrations and system configurations.
Figure 28: ValveSight DTM Dashboard
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Figure 29: HART DIP Switch
23.4 Burst Mode
Burst Mode is available with a handheld device. In the
handheld, select the Burst Mode feature under the
Configuration Menu. Variables that are transmitted in burst
mode are shown in the table below.
Table 15: Default HART Parameters for Burst Mode
HART
Variable
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
Data Description
4-20 Command (%)
Final Command (%)
Purchased with Standard Diagnostics:
Temperature (C)
Purchased with Advanced or Pro
Diagnostics: Supply Pressure (bar)
Valve Position (%)
Quaternary
 NOTE: These variable assignments are reestablished
during a factory reset. A field upgrade will not change the
tertiary variable.
 NOTE: The DTM will not function while the positioner is
in Burst Mode.
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Table 16: Logix® 3200MD+ and ValveSight® DTM Features
X
X
Off-Line Diagnostics
(Ramp Test, Step Test, HDRL, Partial
Stroke Test)
X
X
X
X
X
On-Line Data Monitor
(Monitor and Save Sensor Data)
X
X
X
X
X
Time Stamped Alarms
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3-LED Indicator
8-DIP Configuration
10-Position Gain Adjustment Switch
Multi-Funtional Card (AO, DO, DI options)
Remote Mount Option
Humidity Sensor
Teminal Voltage < 10.0 V
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioners have three levels
of diagnostics, “Standard”, “Advanced”, and “Pro”.



“Standard” diagnostics provide complete safety and
position-related diagnostics and data.
“Advanced” diagnostics provide additional pressure
data.
“Pro” diagnostics enhance the off-line tests with
additional force data, and provide powerful on-line
monitoring capabilities including friction, data logging
functions, and comprehensive system health
information.
24.2 Valvesight® DTM Diagnostic Levels
The DTM is not required for the positioner to function, but
the graphical capabilities of the DTM allow for a richer
interface and additional functionality, including viewing the
dashboard, charts, annunciator panel, test comparisons,
and data logs and printing reports.
The DTM also comes in two versions: “Basic” and
“Advanced”.


The “Basic” DTM provides an intuitive, easy-to-use
user interface to the positioner. It includes calibration,
configuration, auxiliary card information and off-line
diagnostic tests. A dashboard gives a quick view of
important information.
The “Advanced” DTM provides a view of the
positioner’s full health analysis and interfaces to all of
the positioner’s “Pro” diagnostic functionality.
It is generally wise to use the Advanced DTM with the
Advanced and Pro positioners.
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HART Communication
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Quick Calibration Button
24.1 MD+ Positioner Diagnostic Levels
Positioner
Logix® 3221MD+ (Advanced)
ValveSight® Basic
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner includes –

The QUICK-CAL feature that allows the positioner to
be calibrated at the push of one button.

Limited diagnostics that monitor position, the pilot relay
and electronics.

An 8-DIP configuration switch for flexible set-up.

A 10-position gain selector switch is also included for
quick adjustments to responsiveness.

An LCD option provides a dashboard for viewing
current status and a complete menu for viewing and
configuring detailed settings.

One auxiliary card for analog output (AO), discrete
input (DI) and discrete output (DO) functions.

HART communication.

A DTM for viewing and controlling advanced features.

Additional diagnostics depending on the diagnostic
level chosen.
ValveSight® Advanced
DTM
Logix® 3200MD+ (Standard)
24 MODEL FEATURES
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Pressure Sensor Data
(Supply, Port A, Port B)
X
On-Line Pro Diagnostics
(Force, Actuation, Pneumatic Leak,
Continuous Stroke Testing, etc.)
X
X
Health Evaluation
(Valve, Positioner, Actuator and Control)
X
X
Training
(Determines Typical Behavior)
X
X
Data Logging
(High Speed Internal Data Capture)
X
X
Long-Term Trend Logging
(14 parameters over 15 years)
X
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25.2 Discrete Output (DO)
The optional Multi-Function Card (MFC) can be configured
to act as an Analog Output, Discrete Output, or Discrete
Input.
MFCs are immune to RFI/EMI disturbances.
certifications in section 17.
Use the Discrete Output function of the MFC to indicate a
variety of conditions such as alarms, warnings, position
limits, etc. Alarms that are masked will not cause the DO to
trip. The current is normally high, and drops low when one
of the pre-configured states occurs.
See
Configuration of the discrete output signal is done using the
ValveSight® DTM or push-buttons. To change the MultiFunction Card to the Discrete Output function using the
buttons, see section 22.7.
Table 17: Multi-Function Card Cross References
Information
IOM Section
Analog Output
Specifications
Electronic
Connections
16.4
Analog Output
Page
11
20.3 Multi-Function Card (AO,
DO, DI)
25
Status
Table 12: Auxiliary Card Status
26
Certifications
17
Hazardous Area
Certifications
13
The MFC configured as a DO does not interfere with
positioner operation.
The MFC DO complies with DIN 19234 standard. For
specific current limits, see Table 12: Auxiliary Card Status.
25.3 Discrete Input (DI)
Use the Discrete Input function of the MFC to signal the
positioner to begin a partial stroke test, or move to a
predefined position as long as the signal remains.
MultiFunction
Card
Supply a low voltage (or no voltage) to indicate a normal
state. Raise the voltage to indicate the tripped state.
Configuration of the discrete output signal is done using the
display menu, a HART handheld Communicator, or the
ValveSight® DTM.
For specific voltage limits, see Table 12: Auxiliary Card
Status.
CAUTION: During the use of the Discrete Input
function, the valve may stroke unexpectedly. Follow
internal procedures, ensuring that the configured
movement of the valve (performing a PST or moving to a
set-point) is allowed. Notify proper personnel that the valve
will stroke, and make sure the valve is properly isolated if
required.
Figure 30: Multi-Function Card
25.1 Analog Output (AO)
Configure the MFC as an Analog Output device to produce
a 4-20 mA signal that corresponds to the position of the
valve.
Output follows actual position of valve, including all failure
modes of positioner except loss of power. An output of <
1.0 mA is transmitted when the positioner loses power.
Calibration of the analog output signal is performed using
the display menu, a HART handheld communicator, or the
ValveSight® DTM or push-buttons. To change the MultiFunction Card to the Analog Output function and calibrate
using the buttons, see section 22.7.
The MFC configured as an AO does not interfere with
positioner operation.

NOTE: The AO signal corresponds with the Signal At
Closed configuration switch setting. If the valve closes
with a 4 mA signal, the AO will show a 4 mA signal when
closed. If the valve closes with a 20 mA signal, the AO will
show a 20 mA signal when closed.
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26.1 Remote Mount Opereation
The remote mount option can be used where excessive
vibration or environmental factors prevent the placement of
a positioner directly on the valve.
The remote mount unit consists of just the feedback
mechanism enclosed in a sturdy container. This assembly
is mounted to the valve/actuator assembly. The actuator
tubing and feedback signals are routed some distance to
the positioner. Tubing is connected to the positioner. The
feedback signal wires are connected to a remote mount
board installed in the Logix® 3200MD+ positioner. See
Figure 31.
Table 18: Remote Mount Cross-References
Information
Electronic
Specifications
Electronic
Connections
Ordering a
Remote Mount
Board
Ordering a
Remote Mount
Device
Section
16.6
Remote Mount Specifications
Page
12
20.4
Remote Mount
26
31.2
Spare Parts Kits
56
30.1
Positioner Dimensions
53
For more information on the remote mount option, see
Logix® ® Remote Mount Option user instructions, FCD
LGENIM0001.
Terminals
Figure 31: Remote Mount Terminals
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27.4 Replacing the Multi-Function Card
The kits listed in section 31.2 Spare Parts Kits can be
replaced by a technician trained in positioner function and
handling of static sensitive devices.
CAUTION:
servicing.
Depressurize
the
positioner
Removal
1
Make sure the valve is bypassed or in a safe
condition.
2
Disconnect the power to the positioner.
3
Remove the main cover.
4
Remove the plastic inner cover by removing the three
screws (See Figure 34).
5
Unplug the pressure sensor connector from the main
board (See Figure 37).
6
Remove main board screw and auxiliary board screw
(See Figure 35).
7
Gently lift the main board out of the housing.
8
Unplug the auxiliary card connector from the board
(See Figure 30).
9
Unplug the auxiliary card from the back of the main
board.
before
CAUTION: Use eye protection.
CAUTION: When touching the circuit boards, observe
precautions for handling electrostatically sensitive devices.
27.1 Scheduled Maintenance
The supply gas filter(s) should be scheduled for regular
maintenance as required to maintain supply gas quality. If
contamination is found in the filter, the inside of the
positioner should be visually inspected for contamination.
If contamination is found in the positioner, the positioner
should be replaced.
Installation
1
Plug the auxiliary card into the connector in the back
of the main board (See Figure 30).
2
Plug the auxiliary card connector into the back of the
auxiliary (See Figure 30)
3
Place the main board back into the housing. Make
sure Piezo Cable, Hall Sensor Cable, Feedback Pot
and Pressure Sensor cable are placed below the
lower mounting boss as shown in Figure 33.
4
Reinstall the main board screw and auxiliary card
screw.
5
Plug the pressure sensor connector into the main
board (See Figure 37).
6
Reinstall the plastic inner cover and reinstall the three
screws (See Figure 34).
27.2 Required Tools and Equipment
The Logix® 3200MD+ digital positioner has modular
components that can be replaced using the tools shown in
Philips Screwdriver #2
________
Philips Screwdriver #1
________
Slot Screwdriver (≤ 3.5mm)
________
2.5 mm Hex Key
________
2.0 mm Hex Key
________
CAUTION: Ensure proper circuitry is used before
connecting cables to the auxiliary card. See section 20
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS for more information.
7
Reinstall the main cover.
Figure 32: Tools for Positioner Maintenance
Lower
Mounting
Boss
The spool, block and manifold of the double acting relay
can be cleaned using acetone, a soft cotton cloth and
cotton swabs.
27.3 Torque Requirements for Screws
Table 19: Torque Specification for Screws
Inner Cover (3 Screws)
0.34 N-m (3 in-lb)
Main Board (1 Screw)
0.34 N-m (3 in-lb)
Pressure Board ( 4 Screws)
0.68 N-m (6 in-lb)
Double Acting Relay Block ( 2 Screws)
0.56 N-m (5 in-lb)
Double Acting Relay manifold (2 Screws)
0.56 N-m (5 in-lb)
User Interface terminal connections.
0.5 – 0.6 N-m (4-5 in-lb)
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27.5 Replacing a Main Board
Removal
1
Make sure the valve is bypassed or in a safe
condition.
2
Disconnect the power and air to the positioner.
3
Remove the outer cover.
4
Remove the inner cover. See Figure 34: Inner Cover
below.
5
Disconnect the power cable to the main board.
6
Disconnect the auxiliary card cable if present. See
Figure 30.
7
Remove the inner cover by removing the 3 retaining
screws. See Figure 34.
8
Unplug the pressure sensor board connector from the
main board. See Figure 37.
9
Remove the screw from the main circuit board. See
Figure 35.
10 Gently lift the main board rotating the top up while
keeping the bottom in place.
Disconnect the hall sensor cable, the piezo cable, current
source cable and the feedback pot cable. (Use a small flat
screwdriver to pry the locking features and carefully
separate the connector from the main board. Be careful
not to pull the cable, as this may cause damage to the
cable.) See Figure 36.
Calibrate.
Auxiliary
Card
Screw
(optional)
Main
Board
Screw
Figure 36: Main Board Screw
Hall
Sensor
Connector
Current
Source
Feedback
Pot
Connector
Piezo
Connector
Figure 34: Main Board Connectors
27.6 Replacing the Pressure Sensor
Board
Inner
Cover
Screws
Removal
1
Make sure valve is bypassed or in a safe condition.
2
Disconnect power and air to the positioner.
3
Remove plastic inner cover.
4
Unplug pressure sensor from the main board.
5
Unscrew the 4 screws holding the pressure sensor
board in place. See Error! Reference source not
found.37.
6
Remove the pressure sensor board.
Figure 35: Inner Cover
Installation
1
Place the main board over the positioner base.
2
Lift the main board rotating the top upwards while
keeping the bottom in place.
3
Plug in the hall sensor cable, the piezo cable, current
source cable and the feedback pot cable into the main
board.
Ensure the connectors’ locking features
engage.
4
Place the main board on the positioner base.
5
Connect the pressure sensor board cable on to the
main board.
6
Reinstall the main board screw.
7
Replace the inner cover by reinstalling the 3 retaining
screws.
8
Reconnect power.
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1
Place the pressure sensor O-rings in the three holes.
2
Cover the O-rings with the pressure sensor board.
3
Insert the 4 screws. Tighten until the pressure sensor
board makes firm contact with the base.
4
Plug the pressure sensor cable back into the main
board.
5
Reinstall the plastic inner cover.
Calibration
1
Initiate a Pressure or Triple Calibration from the DTM.
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3
To calibrate the supply pressure sensor 0 value,
disconnect the supply air. Go to Edit Variables. Write
the value from variable 74 (PS ADC Count) to
variable 71. (PS ADC Count at 0 psi). Reconnect the
supply air.
To keep the calibration values even after a Factory
Reset, write a 1 to Variable 104.
1
2
3
Using acetone and a cotton cloth wipe down the block
and manifold.
Use cotton swabs to reach inside air passage ways.
Dry components thoroughly.
CAUTION: Follow precautions on acetone label and
MSDS.
Installation
1
Verify that the three O-rings are in the counterbores
on the machined platform where the spool valve block
is to be placed. (Figure 42).
2
Carefully slide the spool into the connecting clip on
the top of the driver module assembly.
3
Carefully slide the block over the spool, using the
machined surface of the house base as a register.
(Figure 39). Slide the block toward the driver module
until the two retaining holes line up with the threaded
holes in the base.
4
Install the two spool-valve screws and tighten
securely with a Phillips screwdriver (See Figure 39).
5
Slide the spool valve cover assembly over the spool
valve until the tang engages in the housing slot.
Install spool valve cover screw and tighten securely
(See Figure 38).
Pressure
Sensor
Screws
Figure 37: Pressure Sensor Board
27.7 Replacing and Cleaning a Spool
Valve
The spool valve routes the supply air to one side of the
actuator while venting the opposite side (See Figure 2).
The position of the spool valve is controlled by the driver
module.
Removal
1
Remove the spool valve cover by removing the screw
and sliding the cover assembly backwards until the
tab is clear of the slot. The sheet metal cap,
hydrophobic filter, and O-ring should be removed with
the spool valve cover. It is not necessary to take
these parts out of the spool valve cover. See Figure
38.
2
Being careful not to lose the nylon washer, remove
the Phillips-head screw that attaches the driver
module to the main housing. See Figure 39.
Figure 38: Spool Valve Cover Assembly
CAUTION: Spool (extending from the driver module
assembly) is easily damaged. Use extreme caution when
handling spool and spool valve block. Do not handle the
spool by the machined portions of spool. The tolerances
between the block and spool are extremely tight.
Contamination in the block or the spool may cause the
spool to hang.
3
4
Remove the spool valve block by removing the two
Phillips-head screws and carefully sliding the block off
the spool. See Figure 39.
Carefully remove the spool by sliding the end of the
spool out of the connection clip. Excessive force may
bend spool.
Figure 39: Spool and Block
Cleaning
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10
11
12
13
Installation
1
Verify that the O-ring is in place on the top of the new
driver module. Lay the wires back along the side of
the driver module as shown in Figure 41 and hold the
wires in position by hand.
2
Gently insert the driver module into the driver module
compartment in the housing. Turn the driver module
clockwise to thread it into the housing. Continue
rotating the driver module until it bottoms out.
3
Once the driver module has bottomed out so that the
threads are fully engaged, rotate the driver module
counter clockwise until the flow on the driver module
and the flat on the house are aligned. This will align
the screw hole for the next step.
4
Verify that the nylon gasket is in the counter bore in
the driver module retaining screw hole as shown in
Figure 39.
5
Insert a driver-to-housing screw into the driver
housing through the counter bored hole in positioner
main housing. Tighten with a Phillip screwdriver.
6
Reach through the main compartment in the driver
module compartment of the positioner and install the
barbed fitting on the side of the driver module using
the ¼” nutdriver.
Figure 40: Driver Module Barbed Fitting
27.8 Replacing a Driver Module
Assembly
The driver module assembly moves the spool valve by
means of a differential pressure across its diaphragm. Air
routed to the driver module from the regulator through a
flexible hose. A barbed fitting connects the flexible hose to
the driver module assembly. Wires from the driver module
assembly connect the Hall Effect sensor and the piezo
valve modulator to the main PCB assembly.
Removal
1
Remove the driver module cover (Figure 40), using a
flat bar or plate in the slot to turn the cover.
2
Remove the spool valve cover by removing the screw
and sliding the cover assembly backwards until the
tab is clear of the slot (Figure 38). The sheet metal
cap, hydrophobic filter, and O-ring should be removed
with the spool valve cover. It is not necessary to take
these parts out of the spool valve cover.
3
Being careful not to lose the nylon washer, remove
the Phillips-head screw that attaches the driver
module to the main housing (Figure 39).

NOTE: Do not mix the barbed fitting with those from
older Logix® positioners. Older models contain orifices that
will not work in the Logix® 3200MD+ model. Orifices are
brass-colored, barbed fittings are silver-colored.
CAUTION: Spool (extending from the driver module
assembly) is easily damaged. Use extreme caution when
handling spool and spool valve block. Do not handle the
spool by the machined portions of spool. The tolerances
between the block and spool are extremely tight.
Contamination in the block or the spool may cause the
spool to hang.
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
9
Remove the spool valve block by removing the two
Phillips-head screws and carefully sliding the block off
the spool (Figure 39).
Carefully remove the spool by sliding the end of the
spool out of the connection clip. Excessive force may
bend spool.
Remove the main cover.
Remove the plastic board cover by removing the
three retaining screws.
Disconnect the flexible tubing from the barbed fitting
at the driver.
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Use the ¼” nutdriver to remove the barbed fitting from
the driver module assembly.
Unplug the two wiring connections that link the driver
module assembly to the main PCB assembly.
Feed the two wires on the driver module back into the
driver module compartment so that they stick out the
driver module opening (See Figure 41). This will
allow the driver module to thread out without tangling
or cutting wires.
Grasp the base of the driver module and turn it
counterclockwise to remove. After it is threaded out,
carefully retract the driver module from the housing.
Remove the barbed fitting from the side of the driver
module as shown in Figure 41 and hold the wires in
position by hand.
10
11
12
40
Reconnect the flexible tube coming from the regulator
to the barbed fitting.
Feed the driver module wires into the main chamber
of the housing ad connect them to the main PCB
Assembly.
Verify that the three O-rings are in the counterbores
on the machined platform where the spool valve block
is to be placed. (Figure 42).
Carefully slide the spool into the connecting clip on
the top of the driver module assembly.
Carefully slide the block over the spool, using the
machined surface of the house base as a register.
(Figure 39). Slide the block toward the driver module
until the two retaining holes line up with the threaded
holes in the base.
Install the two spool-valve screws and tighten
securely with a Phillips screwdriver (See Figure 39).
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14
15
16
Slide the spool valve cover assembly over the spool
valve until the tang engages in the housing slot.
Install spool valve cover screw and tighten securely
(See Figure 38).
Install the plastic board cover. Insert the three
retaining screw through the plastic cover into the
threaded boss and tighten evenly, using a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over tighten.
Reconnect power and air supply to the positioner and
perform a stroke calibration.
Reinstall all covers.
Driver Module Barbed Fitting
Figure 41: Driver Module Barbed Fitting
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28.1 Troubleshooting Guide
Table 20: Troubleshooting Guide
Failure
No LED is blinking.
Erratic communications.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Probable Cause
Corrective action
Current source too low.
Voltage of current source is too low.
Incorrect wiring polarity.
Current source bandwidth not
limited to 25Hz.
Maximum cable length or cable
impedance exceeded.
HART modem connected to PC RS232 port not receiving enough power
Interference with I.S. barrier.
Current source stripping (filtering)
HART signal.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Verify current source supplies at least 3,8 mA.
Verify voltage source supplies at least 10VDC.
Check wiring for correct polarity.
Maximum allowable current source rate of change is
924 mA per second.
Check cable size, length and capacitance. See
Section 20 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
Verify laptop battery is not low.
Must use HART compatible I.S. barrier.
Use a 250Ω resistor and a 22 µF capacitor to create
a HART filter according to the following schematic.
22 µF
250Ω
→
To Logix®
Control System
1.
Unit does not respond
to analog commands.
1. The positioner is in digital
command mode.
2. An error occurred during
calibration.
Valve position reading
is not what is
expected.
1. Stem position sensor mounting
is off 180 degrees.
2. Stroke not calibrated
3. Tight shutoff MPC (Minimum
position cutoff) is active.
4. Custom characterization or soft
stops are active.
1. Stroke is not calibrated.
2. Inner-loop hall sensor is not
connected.
3. Wrong air action was entered in
software.
4. Actuator tubing is backward.
5. Electro-pneumatic
converter is malfunctioning.
6. Control parameter inner-loop
offset is too high/low.
Position is driven fully
open or closed and will
not respond to command.
Sticking or hunting
operation of the positioner
1.
2.
3.
4.
Contamination of the electropneumatic converter.
Control tuning parameters not
correct.
Packing friction is high.
Spool valve is corroded or dirty.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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HART
Comm
Device
Switch to analog command mode using the
procedure outlined in Section 22.3
Command Source Reset, use the
ValveSight® DTM, or use a handheld
communicator.
Check Status Codes. Correct calibration
error. Recalibrate.
Reposition
the sensor.
Perform a Stroke calibration (Quick-Cal).
Verify Tight Shutoff settings.
Verify custom characterization or soft-stop limits.
Perform stroke calibration (Quick-Cal)
Verify hardware connections.
Check ATO (Air-to-open) and ATC (Air-to-Close)
settings. Recalibrate using Quick-Cal to apply
settings.
Verify ATO/ATC actuator tubing.
Replace electro-pneumatic converter.
Adjust inner-loop and see if proper control
resumes.
Check air supply for proper filtering and meeting
ISA specifications ISA-7.0.01.
Lower proportional gain settings.
Enable the stability DIP switch on the local
interface and recalibrate. If problem persists, adjust
pressure control window with handheld
communicator or ValveSight® and recalibrate.
Disassemble and clean spool valve.
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 NOTE:
Not all status codes are available with all positioner models.
DI Cmd Override
GRGR
Pneumatic Leak WRN
YRYR
Stroke Shift
RGRY
Digital Cmd Mode
GGYY
Position < ADC Range
RGGY
Stroke Span Decrease
RGRY
Driver Module ALM
RRYR
Position > ADC Range
RGGY
Stroke Span Increase
RGRY
Code
Factory Reset State
RGRR
Position Limit Alert
YGGG
Supply Press Hi WRN
YYGR
A/O Cal in Prog
GRGY
Feedback Cal Change
RGRY
Position Range Small
RGGY
Supply Press Lo ALM
RYYG
A/O Range Small
RGYR
Feedback Cal Error
RGGY
Position Shift WRN
YYGY
Supply Press Lo WRN
YYYG
Actuation Ratio WRN
YYYY
Feedback Linkage ALM
RRYG
Power ON
GGGG
Temperature High WRN
YYGG
Actuator Cycles WRN
YGGY
Friction Cal in Prog
GRGY
Press Board Fail WRN
RYRY
Temperature Low WRN
YYGG
Actuator Travel WRN
YGGY
Friction Cal Req
GYYY
Pressure Cal in Prog
GRGY
Temperature WRN
YYGG
Air Supply Humid WRN
YYRY
Friction High ALM
RRGR
Pressure Cal Req
GYYG
Tight Shut Off Mode
GGGY
Air Supply Icing WRN
YYRR
Friction High WRN
YRGR
Psn Amplitude ALM
RYGR
Valve Can't Move ALM
RYGG
Analog In < ADC Range
RGGG
Friction Low ALM
RRGY
Psn Amplitude WRN
YGYY
Valve Can't Open ALM
RYGG
Analog In > ADC Range
RGGG
Friction Low WRN
YRGY
Psn Control ALM
RYGR
Valve Can't Shut ALM
RYGG
Analog In Cal Error
RGGG
ILO Time Out
RGGR
Psn Control WRN
YGYY
Valve Cycles WRN
YGGY
Analog In Cal in Prog
GRGY
Initializing
GGYR
Psn Deviation ALM
RRRR
Valve Travel WRN
YGGY
Analog In Range Small
RGGG
Jog Cal Set 100% Pos
GRRR
Psn Frequency ALM
RYGR
Backlash ALM
RRYY
Jog Cmd Mode
GRRY
Psn Frequency WRN
YGYY
Backlash WRN
YRYY
Local Interface Off
GGYG
Psn High Limit Alert
YGGG
Bellows Cycles WRN
YGGY
Low Battery WRN
YRRG
Psn Low Limit Alert
YGGG
Bellows Travel WRN
YGGY
Main Board Fail WRN
RYRR
Psn Sensor Fail ALM
RYRG
Calibration in Progress
GRGY
Memory Error WRN
YYYR
PST Failed WRN
YGRR
Card 1 Error
RYYR
No Motion Time Out
RGYY
PST Scheduled
GYYR
Card 1 Fail WRN
RYYR
Opened Too Far WRN
YYGY
Setting ILO
GRGY
Card 1 No Loop Pwr
RYYR
Piezo Volts ALM
RRRY
Settle Time Out
RGYG
Card 1 WRN
RYYR
Piezo Volts High ALM
RRRY
Signature or PST
GRGG
Closed Too Far WRN
YYGY
Piezo Volts High WRN
YRRY
Soft Stop Alert
GYGY
Cmd Amplitude ALM
RYGY
Piezo Volts Low ALM
RRRY
Soft Stop High Alert
GYGY
Cmd Amplitude WRN
YGYR
Piezo Volts Low WRN
YRRY
Soft Stop Low Alert
GYGY
Cmd Control ALM
RYGY
Piezo Volts WRN
YRRY
Software Error WRN
YYRG
Cmd Control WRN
YGYR
Pilot Cycles WRN
YGGY
Spring Fail WRN
YRRR
Cmd Frequency ALM
RYGY
Pilot Response ALM
RRGG
Squawk Mode
GGRR
Cmd Frequency WRN
YGYR
Pilot Response WRN
YRGG
Stroke Cal in Prog
GRGY
CST Failed WRN
YGRY
Pilot Travel WRN
YGGY
Stroke Cal Req
RGRG
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Index
Status
Description
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GGYR
28.3 Status Code Descriptions
 NOTE:
Not all status codes are available with all
positioner models.
GGGG
Description: The positioner has powered up and is
displaying a blink sequence 3 times.
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Possible Solutions: Wait for 3 blink sequences to complete.
POWER ON
GGRR
Description: No issues.
Description: A user has set the positioner to flash a special
sequence so that it can be visually located.
●●●●
Possible Solutions: This mode is cancelled if one of the
following occurs: 1) The QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button is
briefly pressed. 2) The Squawk mode is turned off
remotely. 3) More than one hour has passed since the
command was issued.
TIGHT SHUT OFF MODE
Description: (Also called MPC.) The Final Command is
beyond the user set limit for the tight shutoff feature and
the positioner is applying full actuator pressure to close (or
open) the valve. This is a normal condition for all valves
when closed. The factory default setting triggers this at
command signals below 1%. This indication may also
occur on 3 way valves at both ends of travel if the upper
Tight Shut Off value has been set.
GYGY
Description: The Final Command would move the valve
beyond the user-set Soft Limit, but the internal software is
holding the position at the limit. The function is similar to a
mechanical limit stop except it is not active if the unit is unpowered.
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Possible Solutions: If more travel is needed, reset the Soft
Limits. If not, adjust the Final Command signal back into
the specified range.
LOCAL INTERFACE OFF
Description: Control and configuration features are locked
at the positioner's local interface. This is to prevent
unauthorized or accidental adjustments. The buttons can
still be used to view information on the LCD. The status
code is only present for a short time when the user
attempts to make a change through the display menu.
GYYG
Description: A Factory Pressure Calibration has not been
performed. Unlike a regular pressure sensor calibration, a
Factory Pressure Calibration saves the calibration values to
memory, making them available should a factory reset be
performed. Proper pressure sensor calibration is required
for proper pressure sensing and diagnostics. Calibration
values from a regular pressure sensor calibration will be
lost when a factory reset is performed. Typically no
pressure calibration is required with a new positioner.
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DIGITAL COMMAND MODE
Possible Solutions: After replacing a main board or a
pressure sensor board, perform a Factory Pressure
Calibration. To do this, see the Pressure Sensor Board
Removal and Installation section of the IOM.
Description: The input command is set by a digital HART
command instead of the 4-20 mA signal.
Possible Solutions: The input command source can be
changed back to the 4-20 mA signal by using a handheld,
the Dashboard page of the DTM, or performing a manual
Command Reset.
Perform the Command Reset by
holding both the UP and DOWN buttons and briefly
pressing the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button.
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PRESSURE CALIBRATION REQUIRED
Possible Solutions: The DTM's Local Interface page is used
to unlock the local interface, turn this feature on and off,
and to set the PIN. For temporary access, a Personal
Identification Number (PIN) can be entered from the
positioner if an LCD is installed.
GGYY
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SOFT STOP HIGH LIMIT ALERT
SOFT STOP LOW LIMIT ALERT
Possible Solutions: If tight shutoff is not desired reset the
tight shutoff limits or adjust the command signal inside of
the specified Tight Shut Off values.
GGYG
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SQUAWK MODE
Possible Solutions: Not applicable.
GGGY
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INITIALIZING
GYYY
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FRICTION CALIBRATION REQUIRED
Description: No friction calibration has been performed
since the last factory reset.
The friction calibration
determines a preliminary friction value, spring forces and
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direction and other information used for proper diagnostics.
If no friction calibration is performed, the positioner will
soon determine the operating friction, but other diagnostic
information will be missing.
Possible Solutions: Configure the DI function and set point
using the menu, a handheld or the Multi-Function Card
Configuration page of the DTM.
GRRY
Possible Solutions: Perform a Friction Calibration using the
display menu, handheld, or Sensor Calibration page of the
DTM. See the Calibration section of the IOM for warnings.
Description: The positioner has been placed in a local
override mode where the valve can only be stroked using
the UP and DOWN buttons.
The positioner will not
respond to analog or digital input commands from HART.
●●●●
GYYR
PARTIAL STROKE TEST SCHEDULED
Description: The schedule established by the user shows
that a partial stroke test is due.
Possible Solutions: Control the valve using the UP and
DOWN buttons. This mode may be cancelled by briefly
pushing the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button.
Possible Solutions: Follow internal procedures to initiate a
partial stroke test (PST). A partial stroke test will cause the
valve to move suddenly and the positioner will not respond
to commands while the PST is in progress. See the Partial
Stroke Test page of the DTM to verify PST settings.
SIGNATURE
PROGRESS
GRRR ●●●●
JOG CALIBRATION SET 100% POSITION
Description: During a jog calibration, the unit is waiting for
the user to manually adjust the valve position to the desired
100% open position.
●●●●
GRGG
OR
PARTIAL
STROKE
TEST
IN
Possible Solutions: Use the Up and Down buttons on the
positioner to adjust the valve to the desired fully open
position. The QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button to accept.
Description: The positioner is in Out Of Service (OOS)
mode because a test or signature has been initiated.
These include Step Test, Ramp Test, or Partial Stroke
Test.
YGGG ●●●●
POSITION HIGH LIMIT ALERT
POSITION LOW LIMIT ALERT
Possible Solutions: Signatures and tests can be defined,
initiated, and cancelled through the Off-Line Diagnostics
pages of the DTM.
GRGY
Description: The position has reached or is exceeding a
user defined position limit. This is similar to a limit switch
indicator.
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STROKE CALIBRATION IN PROGRESS
SETTING INNER LOOP OFFSET
PRESSURE CALIBRATION IN PROGRESS
FRICTION CALIBRATION IN PROGRESS
ANALOG OUTPUT CALIBRATION IN PROGRESS
COMMAND INPUT CALIBRATION IN PROGRESS
Possible Solutions: Set the limit to a higher (or lower) value
if more travel is needed, or adjust the command signal
back in the specified range.
YGGY ●●●●
ACTUATOR CYCLES WARNING
ACTUATOR TRAVEL WARNING
BELLOWS CYCLES WARNING
BELLOWS TRAVEL WARNING
PILOT RELAY CYCLES WARNING
PILOT RELAY TRAVEL WARNING
VALVE CYCLES WARNING
VALVE TRAVEL WARNING
Description: A calibration sequence is in progress. The
inner loop offset is an important step of the stroke
calibration.
Possible Solutions: The calibration can be canceled from
the corresponding calibration page of the DTM, from the
handheld, or by briefly pressing the BACK button.
GRGR
●●●●
Description: The cycle or travel limit of the valve, actuator,
bellows or pilot relay has been exceeded. Each cycle
represents two reversals of the direction of valve
movement. The cycle counting criterion and count limit (for
the valve, actuator and bellows) are set by the user to track
the usage of the valve assembly.
DI COMMAND OVERRIDE
Description: The Multi-Function Card has been configured
as a Discrete Input (DI) and to override the input command,
positioning the valve at a preconfigured set point. The DI
signal is active and the positioner is attempting to control
the valve at the set point.
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JOG COMMAND MODE
Possible Solutions: Follow routine procedures for
maintenance when the limit is reached. For example valve
inspection may include checking the packing tightness, and
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checking linkages for wear, misalignment, and tightness.
Bellows inspection may include checking bellows for
cracking or leaking. Actuator inspection may include
checking the actuator seals and lubrication.
Relay
inspection may include checking for high air consumption
and signs of wear on the spool. After maintenance, reset
the travel accumulator.
Possible Solutions: This warning will clear upon completion
of a successful partial stroke test.
YGYY ●●●●
Description: The temperature of the internal electronics has
exceeded the manufacturer set limits of -40°C (-40°F) to
85°C (176°F).
Low temperature may inhibit
responsiveness and accuracy. High temperature may
affect performance or limit the life of the positioner.
YYGG ●●●●
TEMPERATURE HIGH WARNING
TEMPERATURE LOW WARNING
POSITION AMPLITUDE WARNING
POSITION FREQUENCY WARNING
Description: The amplitude or frequency of the position
signal is above the warning limit. The positioner is
controlling the position of the valve with large or rapid
corrections.
Possible Solutions: Regulate the temperature of the
positioner by shading or cooling supply gas. Heat the
positioner if needed. If the temperature reading is in error,
replace the main board.
Possible Solutions: Verify the limits are set at an
appropriate level. Adjust the selectable Gain switch to a
lower setting or use the Hi Friction setting.
Perform a
QUICK-CAL which sets the gains based on valve
response. Check for high friction. If the problem persists
replace the relay.
YYGY ●●●●
VALVE CLOSED TOO FAR WARNING
VALVE OPENED TOO FAR WARNING
Description: While the valve was in use, it closed or opened
farther than it did at the last calibration by 0.5%.
YGYR ●●●●
COMMAND AMPLITUDE WARNING
COMMAND FREQUENCY WARNING
Possible Solutions: Check the feedback arm linkage and
ensure the valve stem connection is tight. Recalibrate the
stroke. If the process cannot be interrupted a service
technician may be able to adjust the calibration.
Description: The amplitude or frequency of the command
signal is above the warning limit. This could mean the
control loop has larger swings or is oscillating faster than
desirable.
YYGR ●●●●
SUPPLY PRESSURE HIGH WARNING
Possible Solutions: Verify the limits are set at an
appropriate level. Review the control loop parameters and
equipment. Adjust as necessary.
Description: The supply pressure is above the user set
warning limit. Supply pressure that exceeds the maximum
rating on the actuator can become a potential hazard.
YGRY ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Regulate the supply pressure at the
positioner below the maximum limit recommended for your
actuator.
Recalibrate pressure sensors.
Check the
pressure sensor board connections. Replace pressure
sensor board if necessary.
CONTINUOUS STROKE TEST FAILED WARNING
Description: During the continuous stroke test, the valve did
not move after 5 consecutive attempts. This could mean
the valve has increased friction, a change in process load
or inadequate supply pressure.
YYYG ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Check friction, supply pressure and
other alarms or warnings that would indicate difficulty in
moving the valve. Check packing, and air supply. The
warning will clear when the CST function is turned off or
when a successful attempt to move the valve occurs.
SUPPLY PRESSURE LOW WARNING
Description: The supply pressure is below the user set
warning limit. Low supply pressure can cause poor valve
response or positioner failure.
The minimum
recommended supply pressure for proper operation is 1.3
bar (19 PSI).
YGRR ●●●●
PARTIAL STROKE TEST FAILED WARNING
Possible Solutions: Regulate the supply pressure at the
positioner above 1.3 bar (19 PSI). Ensure system air/gas
supply is adequate. Repair kinked or restricted supply
tubing. Check for pneumatic leaks in the actuator and
actuator tubing. Recalibrate pressure sensors. Check the
pressure sensor board connections and replace pressure
sensor board if necessary.
Description: Measured times or forces during the last
partial stroke test did not pass the criteria set by the user.
This may be an indication of corrosion build-up on the valve
stem or in the actuator, low or restricted supply pressure, or
a sticking positioner relay.
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YRGG ●●●●
YYYY ●●●●
PILOT RELAY RESPONSE WARNING
ACTUATION RATIO WARNING
Description: The pilot relay is sticking or slow to respond.
This affects the responsiveness, increases the chance of
limit cycling and excessive air consumption. The pilot relay
is part of the inner loop and consists of the driver module
assembly with piezo (I-P relay) which is coupled to the
spool valve. The value of this indicator corresponds with
inner loop lag. Delayed response can be caused by a
partially clogged piezo or debris, oil, corrosion, or ice on the
spool, or low supply pressure.
Description: The force required to control the system is
close to the maximum available force. Actuation Ratio is
based on the ratio of available force to the required force to
fully actuate. Control may be lost if this ratio reaches
100%. It is affected by the process load, friction, spring
force, and available supply pressure.
Possible Solutions: Increase the supply pressure. Reduce
the friction. Check the actuator spring. Resize the
actuator. Adjust user set limits.
Possible Solutions: Check response of the valve. If OK,
adjust Pilot Relay Response limits. Check supply pressure.
Check the spool for debris, oil, corrosion, ice on the spool.
Clean or replace the spool assembly. Replace the piezo or
driver module assembly. Maintain a clean, water-free
air/gas supply.
YYYR ●●●●
MEMORY ERROR WARNING
Description: The microprocessor's memory has a problem.
YRGY ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Error may clear with time. If error
persists, cycle power and complete a QUICK-CAL. If the
error still persists, perform a factory reset, reprogram or
replace the main circuit board.
FRICTION LOW WARNING
Description: The friction has passed below the user set
limit. Low friction is an indication of improperly loaded
packing and, in severe cases, can be an indication of the
process fluid leaking at the valve stem.
YYRG ●●●●
SOFTWARE ERROR WARNING
Possible Solutions: Check for packing leak.
replace the valve packing.
Description: There has been a watch dog time out, stack
overflow warning, or CPU usage warning.
Tighten or
YRGR ●●●●
Possible Solutions: If the problem persists, perform a
factory reset. If it still persists, reprogram or replace the
main board.
FRICTION HIGH WARNING
Description: The valve and actuator friction has passed the
user set limit. High friction can cause loop oscillations,
poor position control, jerky motion, or valve sticking. It can
be caused by build-up from the process on the stem, trim
or seat, by a failing bearing or guides in the valve and
actuator, galling of the trim or stem, excessively tightened
packing, linkages, or other valve or actuator mechanical
issues.
YYRY ●●●●
AIR SUPPLY HUMID WARNING
Description: The supply gas has high relative humidity
which can lead to condensation on electronic components
and failure of electronic functions.
Possible Solutions: Determine if the friction is significantly
interfering with the valve control. If not, consider increasing
the friction warning limit. Consider the following to reduce
friction: Stroke the valve to clear off build-up. Clear any
external mechanical obstruction, loosen the packing, clean
the stem, repair or replace the actuator. Highly localized
friction or very jerky travel can indicate internal galling.
Repair or replace internal valve components.
Possible Solutions: Ensure supply gas is clean and dry.
Check and clean the regulator filter.
YYRR ●●●●
AIR SUPPLY ICING WARNING AIR SUPPLY ICING
WARNING
Description: The supply gas has high relative humidity and
the temperature is close to 0 °C (32 °F). Under these
conditions ice may form in the pilot relay causing
diminished or total loss of position control.
YRYY ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Ensure supply gas is clean and dry.
Check and clean the regulator filter.
Description: The amount of detected backlash has passed
the user set warning limit. This may affect valve stability.
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Possible Solutions: Check the stem and actuator for loose
components.
actuate in the direction the spring is pushing. The failsafe
spring may have failed, or it was not sized properly for the
application. Friction or process load may have increased.
YRYR ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Repair or replace actuator spring.
Check for high friction. Reduce process load.
PNEUMATIC LEAK WARNING
RGGG ●●●●
Description: The positioner has detected a leak in the
actuation assembly. Leakage from the actuator can cause
decreased responsiveness and excessive air/gas
consumption.
COMMAND INPUT BELOW ADC RANGE
COMMAND INPUT ABOVE ADC RANGE
COMMAND INPUT RANGE TOO SMALL
Possible Solutions: Repair pneumatic leaks at the tubing
junctions and actuator seals. Check spool valve for
excessive wear.
Description: During Command Loop Calibration, the signal
was out of the Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) range, or
difference between the signal at 0% and the signal at 100%
was too small. The system is designed to accept a
difference greater than 5 mA and between 10 and 4085
ADC.
YRRG ●●●●
LOW BATTERY WARNING
Description: The battery for the real time clock is low. The
battery is designed for a 15+ year life with the positioner
unpowered. The battery is not required for the positioner to
control properly, but is used only to maintain the time and
date upon loss of power. The time and date affect the time
stamps of alarms, warnings and other events. This
warning could be caused by rapidly power cycling the
positioner.
Possible Solutions: Recalibrate making sure to use valid
command signal values.
Possible Solutions: The battery is not replaceable. Verify
or reset the time and date. Replace the main board if the
problem persists for several days.
Description: During calibration, the range of motion of the
position feedback arm was too small for optimum
performance or the feedback sensor moved beyond its
range of operation.
RGGY ●●●●
POSITION RANGE TOO SMALL
POSITION SENSOR ABOVE ADC RANGE
POSITION SENSOR BELOW ADC RANGE
YRRY ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Check for loose linkages. Adjust the
positioner mounting. Adjust the feedback pin back into
range. Adjust the feedback pin to a position closer to the
follower arm pivot to create a larger angle of rotation and
recalibrate. The minimum angle of rotation should be
greater than 15 degrees. Briefly pressing the QUICKCAL/ACCEPT button acknowledges a small range and the
positioner will operate using the short stroke calibration if
otherwise a good calibration.
PIEZO VOLTAGE HIGH WARNING
PIEZO VOLTAGE LOW WARNING
Description: If the voltage to the piezo is too high, this could
indicate an error with the relay or the main board. This
may result from an extended period of inactivity, but in this
case should not persist for more than 30 minutes when the
valve is controlling. The positioner may still be functioning,
but have reduced performance under some circumstances.
If the voltage to the piezo is too low, the piezo may be
damaged. This may prevent the proper failure position
upon loss of signal/power. This condition may occur briefly
on an air-to-close valve that is held for long periods of time
in the closed position, or an air-to-open valve held in the
open position.
RGGR ●●●●
INNER LOOP OFFSET TIME OUT
Description: During calibration the Inner Loop Offset (ILO)
value did not settle. This could result in less accurate
positioning.
Possible Solutions: Ensure the supply pressure is not low.
If alarm persists for more than 30 minutes, the Piezo
assembly is damaged. Replace the pilot relay.
Possible Solutions: Repeat the stroke calibration to get a
more accurate ILO value. To proceed using the less
accurate ILO value, this error may be cleared by briefly
pushing the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button. Lowering the
setting on the gain selection switch may help if the actuator
is unstable during the calibration.
YRRR ●●●●
SPRING UNABLE TO FAIL SAFE WARNING
Description: Upon loss of air supply, the valve may not
move to the fail-safe position. The spring alone is not
adequate to overcome the friction and process load in the
system. The system is relying on pneumatic force to
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feedback linkage, loose positioner mounting, or an over
rotated feedback potentiometer.
SETTLE TIME OUT
STROKE SPAN DECREASE
Description: During calibration, the position feedback
sensor showed movement, but did not settle.
Description: The 0% and 100% valve positions are closer
together compared to the last stroke calibration. This could
indicate debris or build up at valve seat.
Possible Solutions: Check for loose linkages or a loose
positioner sensor. This error may appear on some very
small actuators during the initial calibration. Recalibrating
may clear the problem, or this error may be cleared by
briefly pushing the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button.
STROKE SPAN INCREASE
Description: The 0% and 100% valve positions are farther
apart compared to the last stroke calibration. This could
indicate seat wear.
RGYY ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Ensure the feedback linkage is not bent
and the positioner is mounted securely. If the feedback
potentiometer is over-rotated, repeat the stroke calibration
until the Stroke Shift error is no longer present. Inspect
valve or schedule valve for inspection. This notification can
be cleared by briefly pressing the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT
button.
NO MOTION TIME OUT
Description: During a stroke calibration, there was no valve
motion detected. Because some valves are quite large,
this indicator can take up to 9 minutes to detect an error.
Possible Solutions: Check linkages and air supply to make
sure the system is properly connected. If the time out
occurred because the actuator is very large then simply
retry the QUICK-CAL and the positioner will automatically
adjust for a larger actuator by doubling the time allowed for
movement. This error may be cleared by briefly pushing the
QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT.
RGRR ●●●●
FACTORY RESET STATE
Description: The positioner is in factory reset state.
Calibration is required to enable control.
RGYR ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Perform a Stroke Calibration (QUICKCAL).
ANALOG OUTPUT RANGE TOO SMALL
RYGG ●●●●
Description: During an Analog Output Calibration the
difference between the milliamp signal at 0% and the
milliamp signal at 100% was too small.
VALVE CAN'T OPEN ALARM
VALVE CAN'T SHUT ALARM
Description: Pressure has been applied (or removed) to
open or shut the valve, but the valve is not moving. This
may be caused by excessive friction.
Possible Solutions: Verify adequate supply pressure is
applied. Verify the feedback linkage is connected. View
the friction trends if available. Consider the following: Clear
any external or internal mechanical obstruction, loosen the
packing, clean the stem, repair or replace the actuator,
repair the valve if galling is suspected.
Possible Solutions: Recalibrate making sure to use a larger
difference between signal limits. This notification can be
cleared by briefly pressing the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT
button.
RGRG ●●●●
STROKE CALIBRATION REQUIRED
Description: A factory reset was performed and the
positioner has not yet been calibrated. The unit will not
respond to commands and will remain in the failsafe
position until a calibration is successfully completed.
RYGY ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Perform a Stroke Calibration (QUICKCAL) by holding the QUICK-CAL/ACCEPT button down for
3 seconds, or perform a Pressure or Friction calibration if
desired. See the Calibration section of the IOM for
warnings.
Description: The amplitude or frequency of the command
signal is above the alarm limit. This could mean the control
loop has larger or faster swings than desirable.
COMMAND AMPLITUDE ALARM
COMMAND FREQUENCY ALARM
Possible Solutions: Verify the limits are set at an
appropriate level. Review the control loop parameters and
equipment. Adjust as necessary.
RGRY ●●●●
STROKE SHIFT
Description: The 0% and 100% valve positions have both
shifted in the same direction since the last stroke
calibration.
This may be related to a bent or adjusted
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RYGR ●●●●
RYRY ●●●●
POSITION AMPLITUDE ALARM
POSITION FREQUENCY ALARM
PRESSURE SENSOR BOARD FAILURE WARNING
Description: The amplitude or frequency of the position
signal is above the alarm limit. The positioner is controlling
the position of the valve with large or rapid corrections.
Description: One or more pressure sensors may have
failed.
Possible Solutions: Check the supply pressure to ensure it
is between 1.3 and 10.3 bar (19 and 150 PSI). Check the
pressure sensor board connections.
Recalibrate the
pressure sensors. If the problem persists, replace the
pressure sensor board.
Possible Solutions: Verify the limits are set at an
appropriate level. Adjust the selectable Gain switch to a
lower setting or use the Hi Friction setting.
Perform a
QUICK-CAL which sets the gains based on valve
response. Check for high friction. If the problem persists
replace the relay.
RYRR ●●●●
MAIN BOARD ELECTRONIC FAILURE WARNING
RYYG ●●●●
Description: There has been an oscillator fault, position
sensor ADC failure, supply voltage error, reference voltage
error, shunt voltage error, or piezo voltage error.
SUPPLY PRESSURE LOW ALARM
Description: The supply pressure is below the user set
warning limit. Low supply pressure can cause poor valve
response or positioner failure.
The minimum
recommended supply pressure for proper operation is 1.3
bar (19 PSI).
Possible Solutions: This may be caused by transient
conditions. If the error persists, replace the main board.
RRGG ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Regulate the supply pressure at the
positioner above 1.3 bar (19 PSI). Ensure system air/gas
supply is adequate. Repair kinked or restricted supply
tubing. Check for pneumatic leaks in the actuator and
actuator tubing. Recalibrate pressure sensors. Check the
pressure sensor board connections and replace pressure
sensor board if necessary.
PILOT RELAY RESPONSE ALARM
Description: The pilot relay is sticking or extremely slow to
respond. This affects the responsiveness, increases the
chance of limit cycling and excessive air consumption. The
pilot relay consists of the driver module assembly with
piezo (I-P relay) which is coupled to the spool valve.
Delayed response can be caused by a partially clogged
piezo or debris, oil, corrosion, or ice on the spool, or low
supply pressure.
RYYR ●●●●
AUX CARD 1 ERROR
Possible Solutions: Check response of the valve. If OK,
adjust Pilot Relay Response limits. Check the supply
pressure. Check the spool for debris, oil, corrosion, ice on
the spool. Clean or replace the spool assembly. Replace
the piezo or driver module assembly. Maintain a clean,
water-free air/gas supply.
Description: Auxiliary Card 1 has an electrical problem.
AUX CARD 1 FAILURE WARNING
Description: Auxiliary Card 1 is not communicating.
AUX CARD 1 NO LOOP POWER
RRGY ●●●●
Description: Auxiliary Card 1 has no loop current.
FRICTION LOW ALARM
Possible Solutions: MFC: Check auxiliary loop wiring and
ensure adequate compliance voltage and current. Check
auxiliary card connection to the main board. Replace card if
condition persists.
Description: The friction has passed below the user set
limit. Low friction is an indication of improperly loaded
packing and, in severe cases, can be an indication of the
process fluid leaking at the valve stem.
RYRG ●●●●
Possible Solutions: Check for a packing leak. Tighten or
replace the valve packing.
POSITION SENSOR FAILURE ALARM
RRGR ●●●●
Description: The feedback arm may be disconnected from
the valve assembly or the sensor has failed.
FRICTION HIGH ALARM
Possible Solutions: Check the feedback arm linkage.
Recalibrate. If the problem persists return the unit for
repair.
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Description: The valve and actuator friction has passed the
user set limit. High friction can cause loop oscillations,
poor position control, jerky motion, or valve sticking. It can
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be caused by build-up from the process on the stem, trim
or seat, by a failing bearing or guides in the valve and
actuator, galling of the trim or stem, excessively tightened
packing, linkages, or other valve or actuator mechanical
issues.
Possible Solutions: Ensure the supply pressure is not low.
If alarm persists for more than 30 minutes, the Piezo
assembly is damaged. Replace the pilot relay.
Possible Solutions: Determine if the friction is significantly
interfering with the valve control. If not, consider increasing
the friction warning limit. Consider the following to reduce
friction: Stroke the valve to clear off build-up. Clear any
external mechanical obstruction, loosen the packing, clean
the stem, repair or replace the actuator. Highly localized
friction or very jerky travel can indicate internal galling.
Repair or replace internal valve components.
POSITION DEVIATION ALARM
RRRR ●●●●
Description: The difference between the command and the
actual position has been greater than the user-set limit for
longer than a user-set time.
Possible Solutions: Review active alarms and warnings to
find root causes of this alarm. The deviation settings can
be changed in the Valve Health page of the DTM.
RRYG ●●●●
FEEDBACK LINKAGE ALARM
Description: The feedback linkage is broken or the position
feedback POT is out of range.
Possible Solutions: Fix broken linkage or adjust feedback
arm until full motion is within the range of the POT.
RRYY ●●●●
BACKLASH ALARM
Description: The amount of detected backlash has passed
the user set alarm limit. This may affect valve stability.
Possible Solutions: Check the stem and actuator for loose
components.
RRYR ●●●●
DRIVER MODULE ALARM
Description: The pilot relay can't open, the pilot relay can't
shut, or the Hall sensor circuit has failed.
Possible Solutions: Check the internal wiring connections.
Replace the pilot relay.
RRRY ●●●●
PIEZO VOLTAGE HIGH ALARM
Description: The voltage driving the piezo is above the
alarm limit. This could indicate an error with the relay or
the main board. The positioner may still be functioning, but
have reduced performance under some circumstances.
PIEZO VOLTAGE LOW ALARM
Description: The voltage to the piezo is too low. The piezo
may be damaged. This may prevent the proper failure
position upon loss of signal/power. This condition may
occur briefly on an air-to-close valve that is held for long
periods of time in the closed position, or an air-to-open
valve held in the open position.
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Metal parts should be scrapped, with the remaining
materials disposed of according to national regulations.
28.4 Help From Flowserve
28.4.1 Phone Support
Over-the-phone troubleshooting is often available for
positioner issues. Should your positioner be experiencing
problems, or if you have questions that are not answered
by this manual, feel free to call your local sales
representative or a Quick Response Center (QRC). See
the back cover of this manual for contact details.
28.4.2 Returning the 3200MD+ Positioner for
Service
If troubleshooting is unable to solve the problem, the unit
may be returned. Please follow the steps below.
1. Request a Return Goods Authorization (RGA)
form. An RGA form will be e-mailed to you to
accompany the unit being returned.
2. Remove all fittings, brackets, filters, feedback
arms, etc. from the unit before packaging.
3. If the unit was operated with a gas other than
clean air, please include the related MSDS with
the return.
4. Complete the RGA form. Write any specific
issues with the positioner you would like us to
evaluate. Please include the customer name and
contact information
5. When packaging, please secure the unit in a
method that will insure it will reach our facility
undamaged (the weight of positioners will often
settle through packing peanuts and pop large air
packets).
6. Please insert a copy of the completed RGA form
inside the package and write the RGA number on
the outside of the package. Send the unit to the
address at the bottom of the form.
If the cause of the unit failure is found to be a
manufacturing defect and the unit is within the warranty
period (18 months from manufacture) it will be repaired free
of charge. If no problem is found with the unit and the unit
is still under warranty, a fee for the evaluation will be
required. If the cause of the unit failure is not covered
under the warranty a fee will be charged for the evaluation
and a quote will be provided showing the cost of the repair.
If the customer decides to purchase a new positioner, the
evaluation fee will be waved.
29 Disposal
Electronic components are contained inside the positioner.
NOTICE: Potential hazards and their sources are under the
operator’s influence. The operator must observe national
and international environmental conditions for positioner
removal from the valve and cleaning. Permissible limit
values must be maintained to ensure suitable protective
measures; service personnel must be properly instructed in
performing the disassembly and reassembly procedure.
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30 POSITIONER DIMENSIONS
30.1 Positioner Dimensions
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31 HOW TO ORDER
31.1 Positioners
Table 22: 3200MD+ Positioner Configurations
Description
Code
Logix 3000+ Series
HART
2
1
Standard Diagnostics (Standard Functionality)
00
2
Advanced Diagnostics (With Pressure Sensing)
10
2
Pro Diagnostics (With Pressure Sensing and Full ValveSight® Diagnostics)
20
MD+
Design Version
MD+
1
14
ATEX/IECEx Explosion Proof, Intrinsically Safe, Non-Incendive
28
FM/CSA Explosion Proof, Intrinsically Safe, Non-Incendive
34
34
Certifications
General Purpose
5
Aluminum, White Paint (Valtek)
W
Aluminum, Black Paint (Automax)
B
Aluminum, Black Paint (Accord)
A
1/2" NPT
1
W
1
Conduit Connections
-
Positioner Configuration
Housing
20
Diagnostics
Example
2
Communication
Notes
3
3
Selection
Base Model
NAMUR - 316 Stainless Steel Shaft (VDI/VDE 3845)
R
D - 316 Stainless Shaft (3rd Party Actuators)
D
Four-way (Double-Acting)
1
Three-way (Single-Acting)
2
Three-way Purge (Single-Acting)
3
Four-way Vented (Double-Acting)
4
Three-way Vented (Single Acting)
5
No Special Options
0
5
3
0
Special Options
V
-
Optional Mechanical Add-Ins
No Gauges
0
SS with Brass Internals, psi (bar/kPa) (Valtek Standard)
1
SS with SS Internals, psi (bar/kPa)
2
SS with Brass Internals, psi (kg/cm2)
3
SS with SS Internals, psi (kg/cm2)
4
UCC Press Test Plug, 1/8" NPT
A
Valve, Tank, Schrader 645A
B
1
Pressure Gauges
-
Optional Electronic Add-Ins
No Card
0
Multi-Function Card
1
No Remote Mount Feedback
0
Aluminum Remote Mount Feedback
A
Stainless Steel Remote Mount Feedback
S
1
Auxiliary Card Slot
1
Action
2
DD - 316 Stainless Steel Shaft (Valtek Standard)
V
Feedback Shaft
M20
1
2
3
4
5
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HART 6 standard. Can be configured as HART 7 in the field.
Can be upgraded in the field.
Not for use with natural gas. Used to purge spring side of actuator with instrument air.
MFC can be configured in the field as Analog Output (position feedback), Discrete Output (Logic feedback) or
Discrete Input (position set point or start PST).
Housings with M20 conduit threads are not available with Certification Code 34
54
0
Remote Mount
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Figure 42: Exploded View
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31.2 Spare Parts Kits

NOTE: Multi-function cards may be purchased as
upgrades and installed after the initial purchase of the
positioner. In this case, the positioner label must be
modified to reflect the change.
Table 23: Spare Parts Kits
Ref.
Description
Part-no.
Kit 2: Driver Module Assembly, P/N 338691.999.000
16
Pressure Regulator
1
17
Screw, Regulator to Housing
4
33
Driver Module Assembly
1
34
Hex Barbed Fitting w/ Captive 0-ring
1
36
Screw Driver to Housing
1
37
Nylon Washer
1
Kit 3: Spool Assembly Valve Kit, P/N 199787.999.000
38
Spool
1
39
Spool Valve Block
1
40
Screw, Spool Valve to Housing
2
41
O-ring; Spool Valve
3
Kit 4: Pressure Regulator, P/N 215814.999.000
16
Pressure Regulator
1
17
Screw, Regulator to Housing
4
Kit 7: Soft Goods Kit, P/N 338692.999.000
3
O-ring, Main Housing Cover
1
15
O-ring, Pressure Sensor to Manifold
3
20
O-ring, Regulator to Housing
1
22
O-ring, Customer Interface Cover
1
26
O-ring, Customer Interface Board
1
35
Flexible Tube
1
37
Nylon Washer
1
41
O-ring, Spool Valve to Housing
Hydrophobic Filter, Spool Valve
Chamber
O-ring, Spool Valve Cover
3
45
46
54
O-ring, Feedback Shaft
O-ring, Pressure Sensor Manifold to
55
Housing
Kit 8: Pressure Sensor Board Kit, P/N 338693.999.000
1
1
1
3
11
Screw, Pressure Sensor Board
4
13
Pressure Sensor Board
1
15
O-ring, Pressure Sensor to Manifold
O-ring, Pressure Sensor Manifold to
55
Housing
Kit 9: Main PCB Assembly Kit, P/N 338694.999.000
3
3
6
Screw, Main PCB Cover Short
2
7
Screw, Main PCB Cover Long
1
8
Main PCB
1
9
Screw Main PCB Retaining Screw
Kit 10: User Interface Board Kit, P/N 338695.999.000
1
24
Screw, Customer Interface to Housing
3
25
Customer Interface Board
1
26
O-ring, Customer Interface Board
Kit 11: Multi-Function Card, P/N 338696.999.000
1
10
Multi-Function Card
1
Kit 12: Position Feedback Potentiometer Kit, P/N 338697.999.000
49
E-ring
1
50
Position Feedback Spring
1
51
Position Feedback Potentiometer
1
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31.3 Mounting Kits
Table 24: Valtek Linear Mounting Kits
25 in2
Spud
2.00
50 in2
100-200 in2
Standard
Handwheel
Standard
Handwheel
164432
164433
164434*
164433
164435
164436
2.62
Standard
Handwheel
164437**
164436
2.88
164437
164438
3.38
164439
164440
4.75
164439
164440
* A Size 50, 2.00 spud with live-loading requires kit number 339302.999.000
** Live-loading is not available on a Size 100, 2.62 spud
Table 25: Valtek Rotary Mounting Kits
Shaft
Size
25 in2
50 in2
100-200 in2
Standard
Optional
Standard
0.44
135429
135432
135430
Optional
Standard
0.63
135429
135437
135430
135433
135431
0.75
135429
135438
135430
137212
135431
0.88
135429
135439
135430
137213
135431
135434
1.12
135429
135430
137214
135431
137218
1.50
135429
135430
135431
137216
1.75
135429
135430
135431
137217
Standard: All rotary valves with standard accessories (end of shaft mount)
Optional: All rotary valves with handwheels or volume tanks (linkage design)
Table 26: NAMUR Accessory Mounting Kits
Bracket Option
Description
28
20 mm pinion x 80 mm bolt spacing
28
38 mm pinion x 80 mm bolt spacing
313
30 mm pinion x 80 mm bolt spacing
513
Bolt Option
50 mm pinion x 130 mm bolt spacing
A
10-24 UNC bolting
B
10-32 UNF bolting
L
M5-.8 metric bolting
Description
Example: NK313A, NAMUR Accessory Mounting Kit with 30 mm pinion x
80 mm bolt spacing and 10-24 UNC bolting.
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INDEX
Minimum Open Time · 45
Mounting · 15
Mounting Kits · 82
Multi-Function Card · 10, 29, 48, 52, 53
A
Actuation Ratio · 40, 43, 67, 71
Air Action Switch · 35
Air Supply · 10
Analog Output · 10, 52
Auto Tune Switch · 35
Auxiliary Card · 30, 40, 59
N
NAMUR AutoMax Valves · 21
O
C
Outer Loop · 7
Calibration · 36, 37, 42, 44, 52, 67, 68, 69, 72, 73
Characterization · 35, 45
Command Source Reset · 38
Compliance Voltage · 27
Configuration Switch Settings · 35
Continuous Stroke Test · 41
P
Partial Stroke Test · 42, 43, 51, 69
Performance · 11
Pneumatic Leak · 40, 43, 51, 67
Positioner Dimensions · 77
Pressure Control · 36, 41, 46
Pressure Sensor Board · 61
D
Date and Time · 40, 47
Diagnostic Features · 51
DIP Switch Override · 40
Discrete Input · 52
Discrete Output · 52
Display Contrast · 41
Double Acting Relay · 26, 62
Q
E
S
Electrical Connections · 27
Event History · 42, 43
Handheld Communicator · 49
HART · 5, 6, 10, 12, 41, 48, 49, 56
Hazardous Area Certifications · 13
Safety · 5
Shutoff · 47
Signal at Closed Switch · 35
Soft Limits · 47
Spare Parts · 5, 80
Specifications · 10
Status Code · 37, 67, 68
Status Icons · 40
Status Messages · 40
Stroke Calibration · 34, 37
Stroke Time · 45
I
T
Inner Loop · 7
Installation · 15
Temperature · 10, 11, 40, 42, 43, 47, 67
Training · 40
Troubleshooting · 27, 65
Tubing · 24
Tuning · 38, 44
Quick Calibration Switch · 36
Quick-Cal · 34
R
Remote Mount · 11, 33, 54
Repair · 57
F
Factory Reset · 38, 48
FloTop Linear Valves · 16
Friction · 36, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 67, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74
H
L
Language · 49
LCD Board · 59
LCD Menu · 40
Limit Switch · 11, 32, 33, 53, 57
Local Control Of Valve Position · 38
Local User Interface · 34
V
Valtek Rotary Valves · 18
Valve Action Switch · 35
Valve Cycles · 43, 67
Valve Stability Switch · 36
Valve Travel · 43, 67
ValveSight® DTM · 12, 49
Vented Design · 25
Version Numbers · 38, 48
M
Main Board · 61
Maintenance · 14, 57
Mark One Linear Valves · 15
MaxFlo Rotary Valves · 20, 23
Minimum Close Time · 45
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Beijing, China 100004
Phone: +86 10 6561 1900
To find your local Flowserve representative please
use the Sales Support Locator System found at
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Or call
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Changed Figure 33 for better clarification about cable placement and
revised Section 14.3, Installation Step 3 for better explanation. Added
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