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Dwyer Series IEF Instruction Manual
Bulletin F-IEF-F-1
Series IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
®
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
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The Series IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter is an adjustable
insertion flowmeter featuring electromagnetic technology that accurately and reliably
measures fluid velocity in addition to providing several continuous signal outputs.
This series is specifically designed to offer superior performance paired with simple
installation and use. One unit is adjustable to fit pipe sizes from 4 to 36˝ (102 to
914 mm), and offers several output options including selectable BACnet MS/TP or
Modbus® RTU communications protocol over 2-wire RS-485 in addition to the standard
analog, frequency and alarm outputs.
SPECIFICATIONS
Service: Compatible clean or dirty non coating, conductive liquids.
Range: 0 to 20 ft/s (0 to 6 m/s).*
Wetted Materials: Body shaft/fitting: 316 SS; Electrodes: 316 SS; Electrode cap:
Polymer/Polystyrene; O-ring: Silicone.
Accuracy: IEF-HX-X: ±0.5% of reading at calibrated velocity; ±1% of reading from
2 to 20 ft/s (0.6 to 6 m/s) ±0.02 ft/s (±0.006 m/s) at < 2 ft/s (0.6 m/s). IEF-SX-X:
±1% FS.
Temperature Limits: Ambient: -20 to 160°F (-29 to 71°C); Process: 15 to 250°F (-9
to 121°C); Storage: -40 to 185°F (-40 to 85°C).
Process Connection: 1˝ NPT or BSPT with accessory full port ball valve options.
Pressure Limits: 400 psi (27.6 bar) @ 100º F (37.8°C).
Pressure Drop: < 0.1 psi at 12 ft/s in 4˝ (101.6 mm) and larger pipe.
Outputs:
(1) Analog: 4-20 mA, 0-5 V, 0-10 V or 2-10 V (display selectable);
(1) Pulse/Frequency: 0-15 V peak pulse, 0 to 500 Hz or scalable pulse output
(display selectable);
(2) Alarm: (1) Empty pipe detection or minimum/maximum velocity, (display
selectable); (1) Reverse flow output indication.
Power Requirements: 12-42.4 VDC, .25 A @ 24 VDC; 12-36 VAC.
Electrical Connection: Removable terminal blocks, model selectable 1/2˝ female
NPT conduit connection, PG 16 gland or PG 16 gland with (2) 10 ft (3 m) 9
conductor 22 AWG plenum rated cables, accessory cable lengths up to 200 ft (61
m) optional.
Display (-LCD option): 2˝ ( 5.08 cm) x 2˝ (5.08 cm) graphic LCD with backlight.
Conductivity: >20 microsiemens.
Enclosure Material: Powder coated die cast aluminum.
Enclosure Ratings: NEMA 6P (IP68) (Non display models); NEMA 4X (IP66)
(-LCD option).
Agency Approvals: BTL, CE, NSF/ANSI 61 and 372.
FEATURES/BENEFITS
• Field configurable setup displays (-LCD integral option or remote accessory
A-IEF-DSP) allow for ultimate flexibility by accommodating a variety of application
configurations with one model through multiple display configurations i.e. pipe
size, pipe material, liquid type, analog output, pulse/frequency output, alarm outputs,
communication outputs, damping, and calibration factor.
• High performance accuracy is maintained through changes in temperature, density
or viscosity.
• Setup Wizard and installation tool are simple to use allowing for quick and precise
installation.
• Accessory setup kit A-IEF-KIT ensures exact installation application depth with
included thickness gage and measuring tape.
• Long Life Cycle and minimal maintenance requirements with no moving parts to
wear or break and electrodes that discourage fouling.
• Isolation valve accessory options allow for installation in operational systems via
hot-tap kit or easy removal without system downtime.
• NIST calibration certificate included standard for Carbon Steel Schedule 40 pipes
sized 4˝ (102 mm), 6˝ (150 mm), 8˝ (200 mm), and 10˝ (250 mm) with high accuracy
option.
APPLICATIONS
• Boiler feed water
• Chilled water
• Open and closed loop condenser water
• Irrigation system
• Municipal water distribution
• Process and coolant flow
• Ground water remediation
• Chemical processing
• Pump protection
• Wastewater
• Mining
COMMUNICATIONS (-COM OPTION)
Type: BACnet MS/TP or Modbus® RTU communication protocol (default disabled,
display selectable).
Supported Baud Rates: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 76800, or 115200 bps
(display selectable).
Device Load: 1/8 unit load.
ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Applicable Pipe Material: Most popular plastic and metal pipes; i.e. Carbon steel,
SS, copper, UPVC/PVDF, galvanized steel, mild steel, and brass**.
Applicable Pipe Size: IEF-HX-X: 4 to 10˝ (101 to 254 mm); IEF-SX-X: 4 to 36˝
(101 to 914 mm).
Diameter Length Requirements: >10 upstream, >5 downstream.
Glycol: 0 to 100% display selectable.
*For max flowrates >10 ft/s (3 m/s) order option -CC.
**Brass fittings and pipe not suitable for use with NSF certified models.
Modbus® is a registered trademark of Schneider Automation, Inc.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46360, U.S.A.
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Phone: 219/879-8000
www.dwyer-inst.com
Fax: 219/872-9057
e-mail: info@dwyermail.com
OPERATING PRINCIPLE
• Per Faraday’s Law of electromagnetic induction, a voltage is induced in a conductor when it passes through a magnetic field, and the induced voltage will be
directly proportional to the velocity of the conductor.
• The Series IEF Flow Transmitter generates pulsating magnetic fields in the probe
to induce a voltage into a conductive fluid flowing through the pipe.
• Electrodes located on the probe measure the induced voltage. Electronics and
firmware within the enclosure convert the voltage to velocity and flow rate while
using various outputs to convey the data to connected systems (i.e. display
devices, data acquisition systems, or BTU meters).
MODEL CHART
Example
IEF -L N -CND -LCD IEF-LN-CND-LCD
Series
IEF
Insertion electromagnetic flow transmitter
Accuracy
L
Standard accuracy < 10˝ (250 mm) pipe;
1% FS
G
Standard accuracy > 10˝ (250 mm) pipe;
1% FS
S
Standard accuracy 4 to 36˝ (100 to 900
mm) pipe; 1% FS
F
High accuracy 4˝ (100 mm) pipe; 1% of
reading
I
High accuracy 6˝ (150 mm) pipe; 1% of
reading
E
High accuracy 8˝ (200 mm) pipe; 1% of
reading
T
High accuracy 10˝ (250 mm) pipe; 1% of
reading
H
High accuracy 4 to 10˝ (100 to 250 mm)
pipe; 1% of reading
Process
N
1˝ male NPT
Connection
B
1˝ male BSPT
Electrical
CND
1/2˝ female NPT conduit connection
Housing
without cable
Connector
PG
PG gland without cable
10
PG gland with 10’ cable
Options
LCD Integral LCD display
COM BACnet or Modbus® communication
protocol (display selectable)
NIST Six point NIST traceable calibration
certificate
FC
Factory calibration certificate for 0.5% of
reading at single point
CC
Custom configured for specific installation
Note: For CC option, must provide completed configuration paperwork.
INCLUDED WITH THE FLOWMETER
Carefully unpack the shipping container of your new Series IEF Insertion
Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter and remove the following items:
• (1) Series IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter
• (1) A-IEF-INGD Installation Alignment Kit:
(1) Alignment Scale
(2) Alignment Rods
(2) Thumbscrews
• (1) 3 mm Allen Wrench (not shown)
RULER
(2 PLACES)
THUMBSCREW
Thumbscrews (2)
Alignment scale (1)
Rods (2)
RECOMMENDED TOOLS
• (2) 12˝ (300 mm) adjustable wrenches
• (1) 12˝ (300 mm) pipe wrench
SETUP
Selecting Installation Location
1. Although the unit may be installed in any orientation, the ideal mounting position
is on the side of the pipe (2 o’clock or 10 o’clock position)* as this generally
minimizes possible air or sediment interference with the Series IEF. It is not
reccomended to mount the unit below the pipe (6 o’clock position).
NOTICE
earth ground.
Safety Information
When installing a unit with an integral display select an installation
location that allows for clear viewing of the display and proper
Insert the IEF in a pipe via a threaded Tee, Saddle, or welded integrally reinforced branch connection outlet fitting.
WARNING
Only qualified professionals equipped with the necessary required trade skills
should install, remove or service this product in any way. Failure to follow the
proper installation procedures could lead to death or permanent injury.
This product is intended to be installed in pressurized pipe applications. In this
event, product will be under pressure, caution should be taken to properly vent
system prior to installation or removal of the unit. Failure to do so could result in
equipment damage and/or serious bodily injury.
If a Hot-Tap option is required, use a 1-1/4˝ valve kit with proper mounting
hardware available in Model A-IEF-VLV-BR or A-IEF-VLV-SS. A 1˝ (25.4 mm)
hole in the pipe is required for proper installation.
*
*
CAUTION
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Series IEF
Figure 1
ACCESSORIES
Model
Description
A-IEF-KIT
Setup kit (includes setup display, thickness gage and measuring
tape)
A-IEF-DSP
Setup display
A-IEF-CBL-50 Plenum rated cable 50 ft (15.2 m)
A-IEF-VLV-BR 1-1/4˝ full port isolation valve brass
A-IEF-VLV-SS 1-1/4˝ full port isolation valve 316SS
A-IEF-INGD
Installation alignment kit
A-IEF-PA
AC wall adapter
•
•
ROD
BODY
Refer to Model Chart and Specifications for the applicable options to your unit.
Ensure the unit is sufficiently grounded as stated in this bulletin.
Depressurize and vent systems without Hot-tap valve prior to installation or
removal.
Confirm the Series IEF wetted material is chemically compatible with process
media prior to installation and use.
Do not exceed maximum temperature and pressure specifications.
Wear appropriate personal protective equipment during installation, removal and or
service of the unit.
Altering the product construction in any way may adversely affect product operation
and voids warranty.
Prior to attempting to wire or service the Series IEF disconnect from power.
Figure 2
2
2.
For Field Configurable Models
2. For field configuration, a display is required (-LCD option or accessory A-IEF DSP) and needs to be powered via normal field wiring or with the AC wall adapter
accessory A-IEF-PA ( A-IEF-DSP and A-IEF-PA are also available in the
accessory setup kit A-IEF-KIT).
3. When using the AC wall adapter and the cable is supplied, connect the red
(positive +) and black (common -) wires of the cable bundle marked “A” to the
open terminals of the AC wall adapter. This will provide temporary power to the
meter to complete the installation set up.
4. For field wiring, refer to the wiring chart tag attached to the Series IEF to identify
the terminal block pins for positive (+) and common (-) connection.
5. Unscrew the four captured cover screws using the supplied 3 mm Allen wrench
to remove and set aside enclosure cover.
6. Insert one connector of the ribbon cable supplied in the setup kit into the
connector labeled “Display” in the middle of the unit. Be sure to orient the keying
feature/tab. See Figure 5 below:
Select a location that will minimize flow distortion with adequate upstream and
downstream pipe diameters as displayed. Ideal installation will have a minimum
of 10 pipe diameters upstream relative to the instrument and a minimum distance
of 5 pipe diameters downstream.
NOT RECOMMENDED
RECOMMENDED
20x
5x
20x
5x
KEYING FEATURE
FLOW DIRECTION
Figure 3
INSTALLATION
1. To prepare the meter for installation, mount the provided alignment scale to the
side of the meter with the two provided thumbscrews. The thumbscrews are to be
inserted through the alignment scale slots and into the holes in the side of the lid
as shown in Figure 4, finger tighten only. Be sure to orient the alignment scale as
shown in figure below. Actual scale setting determined in next step.
Figure 5
7. Plug the other end of the cable into the bottom of the supplied portable display
being sure to orient the keying feature/tab as shown:
USE LID TO
ENCLOSURE
GAP AS
INDICATOR LINE
KEYING FEATURE
Figure 6
8. Apply power to the unit and the display will turn-on automatically. Follow the on
screen directions for entering the necessary parameters to setup the unit and
obtain the alignment scale setting value.
Figure 4
Precise pipe measurements are required for high performance
installation. The A-IEF-KIT includes setup display A-IEFDSP, thickness gage UTG and measuring tape A-IEF-MSTP used to obtain these
measurements. When the precise pipe measurement information is known select
Option 2 High Performance setup in the Install Kit option of the display selection
NOTICE
For Custom Configured Models (-CC Option)
2. Locate the configuration tag attached to the Series IEF to identify the value of
the alignment scale setting. Position the alignment scale such that the scale
setting is lined-up with the seam of the enclosure as shown in Figure 4. Minor
scale marks are in 1/20ths Securely tighten the thumbscrews.
3. Refer to Preparing the Unit for Installation section.
When using measuring tape A-IEF-MSTP to measure pipe
circumference use the 100ths side to measure the circumference
of the pipe without insulation.
NOTICE
3
Preparing the Unit for installation (Refer to Figure 7)
1. Apply appropriate sealant to the process collet (5) threads such as application
suitable sealant tape or paste.
2. Install the process collet (5) in valve (6) then tighten by hand.
3. Tighten the process collet (5) with a wrench using the hex geometry until snug.
3. Rotate the transmitter so the pipe alignment rod is parallel with the flow in the
pipe.
PIPE ALIGNMENT ROD MUST
BE PARALLEL WITH PIPE
Use two wrenches, one to hold the valve and another wrench to
turn the process collet.
NOTICE
4. Slowly open the valve handle (7) checking for leaks.
5. If leaks occur around threaded connections, close the valve and tighten those
connections.
FLOW DIRECTION
1
2
Figure 9
4. Slide the shaft (3) down into the process collet (5) until the depth rod contacts
the pipe. If pipe insulation is present press the rod through the insulation.
3
4
a.
b.
7
5
6
Tighten the nut (4) to 15 ft.-lbs (20.3 N m)
Remove the flow alignment rod and loosen the thumbscrews to slide the
alignment tool up to allow removal of the depth alignment rod. Store both
rods in the storage slots on the sides of the alignment scale. Tighten
thumbscrews and leave alignment tool mounted on unit for storage.
GROUNDING
8
9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Metallic Pipe
For proper operation the instrument must be earth grounded.
Connect a ground wire to meter housing via the ground lug on the housing collet.
Connect the ground wire to a known earth ground.
If the pipe is grounded, connect the ground wire to the metal pipe using suitable
devices such as grounding clamps.
Enclosure
Cable Nut
Probe Shaft
Compression Fitting
Process Collet
Valve (optional)
Valve Handle (optional)
Pipe
Sensor Probe
Grounding lug
Figure 7
NOTICE
Do not adjust housing compression nut at top of probe shaft (3).
Sensor Alignment
A depth and flow alignment installation tool is provided to ensure proper depth insertion
and flow alignment. To set the insertion depth verify the alignment scale has not moved
from its original setting based on the alignment scale value set previously.
Figure 10
Non-Metallic Pipes
Connect a ground wire to the transmitter housing per the ground lug on the housing
collet.
Connect the ground wire to a known earth ground.
Ground the fluid to earth.
Loosen compression nut (4) to allow the shaft (3) freedom to travel up and down and
rotate inside the process collet (5).
Install Depth and Alignment Rods
1. Remove alignment rods from sides of alignment scale by sliding them out.
2. Insert the two rods into the alignment scale as shown.
FLOW ALIGNMENT ROD
ALIGNMENT TOOL
DEPTH ROD
GROUNDING
RINGS
Figure 11
Figure 8
4
POWER SUPPLY
Choose a power supply with a voltage and current rating sufficient to meet the power
specifications under all operating conditions.
If the power supply is unregulated, make sure the output voltage remains within the
required voltage range under all power line conditions.
WIRING DIAGRAM
Cable
Terminal # Wire Color Description
A
1
Red
Power Supply Positive
A
2
Black
Power Supply Common
A
13
Shield
B
14
Shield
External
Earth/Chassis Ground
Analog Current Output
B
3
Brown
(+) Analog current output
B
4
Blue
(-) Analog output common
Analog Voltage Output
B
5
Green
(+) Analog voltage output
B
6
White
(-) Analog output common
Frequency Output
B
8
Violet
(+) Frequency output
B
7
Grey
(-) Analog output common
RS-485 Communication (optional)
B
11,12
Orange
RS-485 (+)
B
9,10
Yellow
RS-485 (-)
Reverse Flow
A
15
Brown
Isolated solid state output N.O.
A
16
Blue
Isolated solid state output N.O.
Alarm
A
17
Green
Isolated solid state output N.O.
A
18
White
Isolated solid state output N.O.
Pulse
A
19
Orange
Isolated solid state output N.O.
A
20
Yellow
Isolated solid state output N.O.
No Connection
B
Red
Do not connect
B
Black
Do not connect
A
Violet
Do not connect
A
Grey
Do not connect
Note
Connect to +24VDC or VAC transformer
Connect to 24VDC/VAC common
If used - Application Dependant
If used - Application Dependant
4 to 20 mA process output
Current output common
May be configured; 0 to 10 V, 0 to 5 V, 2 to 10 V, etc.
Voltage output common
0 to 500 Hz output (@ 0/15 VDC output level)
Frequency output common
On board short for daisy chain connection
On board short for daisy chain connection
50 V AC/VDC @ 100 mA maximum
50 V AC/VDC @ 100 mA maximum
50 V AC/VDC @ 100 mA maximum
50 V AC/VDC @ 100 mA maximum
50 V AC/VDC @ 100 mA maximum
50 V AC/VDC @ 100 mA maximum
-
The Cable column identifying cable A and B is reflective of units that include factory installed cabling.
Wiring PCBA shown in Figure 12 with terminal block numbers as listed in above wiring diagram chart.
Figure 12
5
Determining probe insertion depth for models with a display
The Series IEF transmitter will calculate the probe insertion depth used with -LCD
display option or A-IEF-DSP display when the steps below are followed.
Follow the on screen directions for entering the circumference and wall thickness
dimensions. See the Electronic Control Data Setup section of this manual for more
information.
It is recommended to use the A-IEF-KIT which includes a setup
display A-IEF-DSP, thickness gage UTG and measuring tape
A-IEF-MSTP to obtain these measurements. When the precise pipe measurement
information is known, select option 2 (High Performance Setup) under the Install Kit
Menu when prompted by the display as shown below. Precise pipe measurements
are required for a high performance installation.
NOTICE
Determining probe insertion depth for models without a display
For models without a display the following formulas allow for calculating the alignment
scale value for setting the depth of the probe into the pipe. Also included are wall
thickness charts for various pipe materials and sizes.
Pipes < 11 in (< 279 mm) diameter: 7.1625-1/2*D
Pipes 12 inches to 36 inches: 7.1625-(0.1*(D-2*WT))+WT
1.
To measure the pipe circumference remove any existing insulation at the
location where the transmitter will be installed. Wrap the tape measure around
the pipe to measure the circumference at the selected location using the
100ths side of the tape. Record this measurement for entering into the unit
when the circumference measurement is requested.
Where D represents the pipe outer diameter and WT represents the pipe wall
thickness, both in inches. Measurement of the outside diameter and wall thickness
can be accomplished as described in the previous section, Determining probe insertion
depth for models with a display, or similar method. Precise pipe measurements are
required for a high performance installation.
Position the alignment scale such that the alignment scale setting is lined-up with
the seam of the enclosure as shown in Figure 13. Minor scale marks are in 1/20ths
Securely tighten the thumbscrews.
USE LID TO
ENCLOSURE
GAP AS
INDICATOR LINE
2.
To measure the wall thickness of the pipe use the thickness gage UTG. Following
the separate directions provided with the UTG gage and record the thickness.
This measurement will be needed to enter into the unit after the circumference
data is entered.
Figure 13
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WALL THICKNESS
Carbon Steel
Pipe Diameter (in)
4.5
5.563
6.625
8.625
10.75
12.75
14
16
18
20
24
32
36
DN (mm)
114.30
141.30
168.28
219.08
273.05
323.85
355.60
406.40
457.20
508.00
609.60
813.00
914.40
SCH5 (in)
0.083
0.109
0.109
0.109
0.134
0.156
0.156
0.165
0.165
0.188
0.218
0.250
0.250
SCH5 (mm)
2.110
2.770
2.770
2.770
3.400
3.960
3.960
4.190
4.190
4.780
5.540
6.350
6.350
SCH10 (in)
0.120
0.134
0.134
0.148
0.165
0.180
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.312
0.312
SCH10 (mm)
3.050
3.400
3.400
3.760
4.190
4.570
6.350
6.350
6.350
6.350
6.350
7.920
7.920
SCH40 (in)
0.237
0.258
0.280
0.322
0.365
0.406
0.437
0.500
0.562
0.593
0.688
0.688
0.750
SCH40 (mm)
6.020
6.550
7.110
8.180
9.270
10.310
11.130
12.700
14.270
15.090
17.480
17.480
19.050
SCH80 (in)
0.337
0.375
0.432
0.500
0.593
0.687
0.750
0.843
0.937
1.031
1.218
1.218
1.218
SCH80 (mm)
8.560
9.530
10.970
12.700
15.090
17.480
19.050
21.440
23.830
26.190
30.960
30.960
30.960
WALL THICKNESS
Stainless Steel
Pipe Diameter (in)
4.5
5.563
6.625
8.625
10.75
12.75
14
16
18
20
24
32
36
DN (mm)
114.30
141.30
168.28
219.08
273.05
323.85
355.60
406.40
457.20
508.00
609.60
813.00
914.40
SCH5 (in)
0.083
0.109
0.109
0.109
0.134
0.156
0.156
0.165
0.165
0.188
0.218
0.250
0.250
SCH5 (mm)
2.110
2.770
2.770
2.770
3.400
3.960
3.960
4.190
4.190
4.780
5.540
6.350
6.350
SCH10 (in)
0.120
0.134
0.134
0.148
0.165
0.180
0.188
0.188
0.188
0.218
0.250
0.312
0.312
SCH10 (mm)
3.050
3.400
3.400
3.760
4.190
4.570
4.780
4.780
4.780
5.540
6.350
7.920
7.920
SCH40 (in)
0.237
0.258
0.280
0.322
0.365
0.375
0.375
0.375
0.375
0.375
0.375
0.375
0.375
SCH40 (mm)
6.020
6.550
7.110
8.180
9.270
9.525
9.525
9.525
9.525
9.525
9.525
9.525
9.525
SCH80 (in)
0.337
0.375
0.432
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
SCH80 (mm)
8.560
9.525
10.970
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
12.700
WALL THICKNESS
Copper
Pipe
Diameter (in) DN (mm)
4.125
104.78
5.125
130.18
6.125
155.58
8.125
206.38
10.25
257.18
12.25
307.98
14
355.60
16
406.40
18
457.20
20
508.00
24
609.60
32
813.00
36
914.40
Type K
in
mm
0.134 3.400
0.160 4.064
0.192 4.876
0.271 6.883
0.341 8.661
0.411 10.439
0.471 11.963
0.471 11.963
0.541 13.741
0.610 15.494
0.680 17.272
0.818 20.777
1.096 27.838
Type L
in
mm
0.114 2.895
0.125 3.175
0.140 3.556
0.200 5.080
0.356 9.042
0.411 10.439
0.459 11.658
0.459 11.658
0.513 13.030
0.568 14.427
0.623 15.824
0.732 18.593
0.950 24.130
WALL THICKNESS
PVC
Pipe
Diameter (in) DN (mm)
4.5
114.00
5.563
141.00
6.625
168.00
8.625
219.00
10.75
273.00
12.75
324.00
14
356.00
16
406.00
18
457.20
20
508.00
24
609.60
32
813.00
36
914.40
SCH40
in
mm
0.237 6.020
0.258 6.550
0.280 7.110
0.322 8.180
0.365 9.270
0.406 10.300
0.437 11.100
0.500 12.700
0.562 14.274
0.593 15.062
0.687 17.450
0.874 22.200
0.968 24.587
SCH80
in
mm
0.337 8.560
0.375 9.520
0.432 11.000
0.500 12.700
0.593 15.100
0.687 17.400
0.750 19.000
0.843 21.400
0.937 23.800
1.031 26.187
1.218 30.937
1.572 39.929
1.754 44.552
Type M
in
mm
0.095 2.413
0.109 2.768
0.122 3.098
0.170 4.318
0.308 7.823
0.356 9.042
0.398 10.109
0.398 10.109
0.445 11.303
0.493 12.522
0.541 13.741
0.636 16.154
0.826 20.980
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Printing out configuration values
After installation is complete a table of configuration values can be gathered from the
transmitter to print out and insert into one of the hanging plastic envelopes for future
reference. The housing cover/display needs to be removed for access to the display
port to retrieve the table of configuration values. To do so:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Removing Series IEF Transmitter
1. To remove the transmitter from an installation without a valve depressurize the
pipe and skip to step 4. If installed with a valve loosen compression fitting (4) and
withdraw the transmitter shaft fully through the valve until it stops.
2. Tighten compression fitting (4) snug.
3. Close valve (6) via valve handle (7).
4. Remove transmitter by unscrewing process collet (5) from value (6).
Unscrew the four captured cover screws using the supplied 3 mm Allen wrench
to remove the enclosure cover. Leave the display cable connected to the main
unit.
Insert a customer supplied mini-USB cable into the USB connector on the bottom
side of the display PCB.
Connect the other end into a standard USB port in a laptop.
The Series IEF transmitter will appear as a standard USB drive on the laptop.
The file name with the configuration values is in the format of:
serial number.txt. The serial number can be found on the product label on the
side of the transmitter.
Print out the configuration values and insert into one of the hanging plastic envelopes for future reference
Re-attach the housing cover/display by reinserting the four 3 mm screws.
Be sure to support the housing end of the transmitter to prevent it
from flipping while unscrewing process collet (5) as damage may
occur to the probe fins.
1
2
CAUTION
3
4
7
5
CONFIGURATION DATA PRINT OUT EXAMPLE
[Device Information]
MeterTag=Series IEF
SerialNumber=Andrew2
ModelNumber=IEF-XX-COM-LCD
DateCode=20180101
[Setup Information]
CalibratedBy=
Date=
Units=English
VelocityUnit=ft/s
FlowUnit=ft³/s
VolumeUnit=gal
[Pipe Configuration]
LiquidType=Water
PipeMaterial=Carbon Steel
PipeCircumference=27.096 in
PipeWallThickness=0.322 in
AlignmentScaleValue=1.85
[Analog Output]
AnalogOutputType=Current 4-20mA
AnalogOutputVariable=Velocity ft/s
AnalogOutputHigh=20.00
AnalogOutputLow=0.00
[Pulse/Freq. Output Setup]
Pulse/Freq. Output=Disabled
[Alarm Output Setup]
AlarmOutput=Empty Pipe Alarm
[Communication]
CommunicationProtocol=Disabled
6
8
9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Enclosure
Cable Nut
Probe Shaft
Compression Fitting
Process Collet
Valve
Valve Handle
Pipe
Sensor Probe
Figure 14
Network Termination Jumper
On the terminal block PCBA there is a jumper, J1 (see Figure 15), that enables or
disables a network termination resistor as defined below:
When the network jumper is placed in the ON position there is a 120 ohm termination
resistor in place. When the network jumper is placed in the OFF position there is no
termination resistor in place.
Default: OFF
NETWORK TERMINATION JUMPER
Figure 15
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Communication Overview
The Insertion Magmeter supports BACnet MS/TP and Modbus® RTU over 2-wire RS485. Selection of protocol and configuration of serial parameters require the use of
the display.
BACNET
BACnet Object Overview
Supported BACnet Objects
Object Type Dynamically Creatable
Device
No
Analog Input No
Analog Value No
Binary Value
No
Bit String
Value
No
Dynamically Deletable Object Identifier
No
607XXX
No
AI1
AI2
AI3
No
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
AV5
AV6
AV7
AV8
AV9
AV10
AV11
AV12
AV13
AV14
AV15
AV16
AV17
No
BV1
BV2
BV3
BV4
No
BSV1
BSV2
Object Name
“Series IEF 607xxx”
Velocity
Inlet Temperature
Outlet Temperature
Volume Flow
Mass Flow
Total Flow
Power
Total Energy
Heat Energy
Cooling Energy
Differential Temperature
YTD Max Power
YTD Min Power
MTD Max Power
MTD Min Power
Inlet YTD Average Temperature
Outlet YTD Average Temperature
Heat Changeover Temperature
Process Pressure
Ethylene Glycol Concentration
Reverse Flow
Empty Pipe
Reset Total Flow
Reset Energy Statistics
Flow Meter Status Flags
Energy Meter Status Flags
BACnet Objects: Device Object
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
System Status
Vendor Name
Vendor Identifier
Model Name
Firmware Revision
Application Software Version
Location
Description
Protocol Version
Protocol Revision
Protocol Services Supported
Protocol Object Types Supported
Object List
Active COV Subscriptions
Maximum APDU Length Accepted
Segmentation Supported
Local Time
Local Date
UTC Offset
Daylight Savings Status
APDU Timeout
Number of APDU Retries
Max Master
Max Info Frames
Device Address Binding
Database Revision
Property List
Serial Number
Property List
Default Value
607xxx
“Series IEF 607xxx”
DEVICE(8)
Operational(0)
“Dwyer Instruments, Inc.”
607
“IEF-??-??-COM”
“?.?”
“?.?.?”
1
14
See PICS
See Table Above
See Table Above
480
NO_SEGMENTATION (3)
0
False
6000
3
127
1
Empty
1
“xxxxxxxx”
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString(40)
BACnetObjectType
BACnetDeviceStatus
CharacterString
Unsigned
CharacterString
CharacterString
CharacterString
CharacterString(32)
CharacterString(32)
Unsigned
Unsigned
BACnetServicesSupported
BACnetObjectTypesSupported
BACnetArray
List of BACnetCOVSubscription
Unsigned
BACnetSegmentation
Time
Date
Integer
Boolean
Unsigned
Unsigned
Unsigned
Unsigned
BACnetAddressBinding
Unsigned
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
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Access
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
The default object identifier is 607xxx, where xxx is replaced by the MS/TP MAC
address set in the Network Address menu. The object identifier value will change as
the MS/TP MAC address changes. However, if a specific object identifier is written
via BACnet, then that value is stored and changes to the MS/TP MAC address will no
longer affect the object identifier.
Similarly, the default object name includes 607xxx. The object name will reflect the
current object identifier. If a specific object name is written via BACnet, then that value
is stored and changes to the object identifier will no longer affect the object name.
APDU Timeout values are rounded to the nearest second (1000ms). Values less than
500 will be rounded to 0 and Number of APDU Retries will be set to 0.
Analog Input – Velocity
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
ObjectType
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out Of Service
Units
COV Increment
Property List
Default Value
AI1
“Velocity”
ANALOG_INPUT (0)
Current reading
0
NORMAL (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED(0)
FALSE (0)
Feet-per-second (76)
0.5
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
Real
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetEngineeringUnits
Real
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
COV Increment Value
Property
0.5 ft/s
Default Value
0.1 ft/s
Property Data Type
10.0 ft/s
Access
0.1 ft/s
Supported Units:
Feet-per-second (76), Feet-per-minute (77), Meters-per-second (74), Meters-perminute (163), Meters-per-hour (164), Feet-per-hour (512)*, Feet-per-day (513)*,
Meters-per-day (514)*
* Non-Standard BACnet unit
Analog Value – Volume Flow
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out of Service
Units
COV Increment
Property List
Default Value
AV1
"Volume Flow"
ANALOG_VALUE (1)
Current reading
0
Normal (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED (0)
FALSE (0)
Cubic-feet-per-second (142)
1.0
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
Real
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetEngineeringUnits
Real
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
COV Increment Value
Default Value
1.0 ft³/s
Minimum Value
0.133 ft³/s
Minimum Value Increment
13.3681 ft³/s
0.1 ft³/s
Supported Units:
Cubic-feet-per-second (142), Cubic-feet-per-minute (84), Cubic-feet-per-hour (191),
Cubic-feet-per-day (248), US-gallons-per-minute (89), US-gallons-per-hour (192),
Liters-per-second (87), Liters-per-minute (88), Liters-per-hour (136), Cubic-metersper-second (85), Cubic-meters-per-minute (165), Cubic-meters-per-hour (135), USgallons-per-second (515)*, US-gallons-per-day (516)*, Liters-per-day (517)*, Cubicmeters-per-day (518)*
*Non-Standard BACnet unit
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Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
Analog Value – Mass Flow
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out of Service
Units
COV Increment
Property List
Default Value
AV2
"Mass Flow"
ANALOG_VALUE (2)
Current reading
0
Normal (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED (0)
FALSE (0)
Pounds-mass-per-second(119)
10.0
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
Real
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetEngineeringUnits
Real
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
COV Increment Value
Default Value
10.0 lbm/s
Minimum Value
10.0 lbm/s
Minimum Value Increment
100.0 lbm/s
0.1 lbm/s
Supported Units:
Kilograms-per-second (42), Kilograms-per-minute (43), Kilograms-per-hour (44),
Kilograms-per-day (526)*, Pounds-mass-per-second (119), Pounds-mass-per-minute
(45), Pounds-mass-per-hour (46), Pounds-mass-per-day (47812)
*Non-Standard BACnet unit
Analog Value – Total Flow
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out of Service
Units
COV Increment
Property List
Default Value
AV3
"Total Flow"
ANALOG_VALUE (2)
Current reading
0
Normal (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED (0)
FALSE (0)
US-gallons (82)
7.48
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
Real
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetEngineeringUnits
Real
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read
COV Increment Value
Default Value
7.48 gal
Minimum Value
1.0 gal
Minimum Value Increment
100.0 gal
0.1gal
Supported Units:
Cubic-feet (79), US-gallons (83), Liters (82), Cubic-meters (80)
Analog Value – Ethylene Glycol Concentration
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out of Service
Units
Property List
Default Value
AV17
“Ethylene Glycol Concentration”
ANALOG_VALUE (2)
0
0
Normal (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED (0)
FALSE (0)
Percent (98)
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
Real
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetEngineeringUnits
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Present Value
Default Value
0%
Minimum Value
0%
Minimum Value
100%
This value indicates the amount of Ethylene Glycol by volume in the process fluid.
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Access
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
Read
Binary Value – Reverse Flow
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out Of Service
Property List
Default Value
BV1
“Reverse Flow”
BINARY_VALUE (5)
Current Value
0
NORMAL (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED(0)
FALSE (0)
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
BACnetBinaryPV
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
This value indicates whether or not the direction of the process flow is reversed relative
to the arrow mark on the product label.
Present Value: Inactive (0) – Process fluid flow direction not reversed, Active (1) –
Process fluid flow direction reversed.
This object supports COV notifications.
Binary Value – Empty Pipe
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
Object Type
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out Of Service
Property List
Default Value
BV2
“Empty Pipe”
BINARY_VALUE (5)
Current Value
0
NORMAL (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED(0)
FALSE (0)
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
BACnetBinaryPV
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
This value indicates whether or not the meter detects process fluid at the location of
the probe.
Present Value: Inactive (0) – Process fluid detected, Active (1) – Process fluid not
detected
This object supports COV notifications.
Binary Value – Reset Total Flow
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
ObjectType
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out Of Service
Property List
Default Value
BV3
“Reset Total Flow”
BINARY_VALUE (5)
Inactive (0)
0
NORMAL (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED(0)
FALSE (0)
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
BACnetBinaryPV
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Writing a value of 1 to the present value of this object will reset the value of Total Flow
to 0. Writing a value of 0 has no effect.
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Access
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
BitString Value – Status Flags
Property
Object Identifier
Object Name
ObjectType
Present Value
Status Flags
Event State
Reliability
Out Of Service
Property List
Default Value
BSV1
“Status Flags”
BITSTRING_VALUE (39)
{FFFFFFFF FFFF}
0
NORMAL (0)
NO_FAULT_DETECTED(0)
FALSE (0)
Property Data Type
BACnetObjectIdentifier
CharacterString
BACnetObjectType
BitString
BACnetStatusFlags
BACnetEventState
BACnetReliability
Boolean
BACnetARRAY[N] of BACnetPropertyIdentifier
Access
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read
This object provides a means for the meter to convey additional error status to a
BACnet client. See the table below for a definition of each bit.
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Meaning
Error: Reading/Writing Non-voltaile storage
Reserved
Error: Process measurement error
Error: Meter recovered from watchdog reset
Error: Factory configuration invalid
Error: Wiring board not installed/detected
Error: Power Supply board not installed/detected
Reserved
Error: Measurement board not installed/detected
Error: Excitation board not installed/detected
Error: Calibration Data Invalid
Error: Process Temperature Probe Failure
BACnet Services
Device Communication Control Service (DM-DCC-B)
This device supports the Device Communication Control Service BIBB. The optional
time duration in minutes is also supported. This device is configured with a password
that must be provided to successfully execute this command. The password is “Dwyer”.
Reinitialize Device Service (DM-RD-B)
This device supports the Reinitialize Device Service BIBB. The supported device
states are COLDSTART and WARMSTART. All other states return error. This device
is configured with a password that must be provided to successfully execute this
command. The password is “Dwyer”.
SubscribeCOV Service (DS-COV-B)
This device supports the SubscribeCOV Service BIBB to allow easy monitoring of
input data.
Up to seven (7) concurrent subscriptions
Confirmed and Unconfirmed COV Notifications
Fixed lifetime value up to 86400 seconds (24 hours).
Indefinite lifetime supported.
TimeSynchronization Service (DM-TS-B) and UTCTimeSynchronization Service
(DM-UTC-B)
This device supports both time synchronization services for easy time management
and update.
When using UTCTimeSynchronization, day light savings will not be applied
automatically. The daylight_savings_status property of the device object must be
written appropriately to adjust for daylight savings time.
MODBUS®
Modbus® Functions
The device supports the following functions
Function Name
Read Holding Registers
Read Input Registers
Write Single Register
Write Multiple Registers
Function Code
03
04
06
16
Modbus® Registers
Input Registers
Register
0001-0002
0003-0004
0005-0006
0007-0008
0009
0010
0011 - 0012
8001 - 8016
8017 - 8020
8021 - 8028
8029 - 8032
Description
Velocity
Volume Flow
Mass Flow
Total Flow
Reverse Flow
Empty Pipe
Flow Meter Status
Model Number
Flow Meter Serial Number
Flow Meter Firmware Version
Flow Meter Date Code
Data Type
32bit Float
32bit Float
32bit Float
32bit Float
Unsigned 16bit Integer
Unsigned 16bit Integer
Unsigned 16bit Integer
String
String
String
String
Range
See BACnet “Flow Meter Status Flags”
Example: “IEF-HN-10-COM”
“xxxxxxxx”
“x.x.x”
“xxxx”
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The String data type is read as a
stream of ASCII characters with the first
character sent in the MSB of the first
register and the second character sent
in the LSB of the first register and so on.
If the string is shorter than the allotted
size, the remaining bytes will be zero
padded.
Holding Registers
Register
0001 – 0020
0021
0022
0023
0024-0025
0026
0031
0046
Description
Device Name
Velocity Unit
Volume Flow Unit
Volume Unit
% Ethylene Glycol
Concentration
Reset Total Flow
Mass Flow Unit
Reset Device
Data Type
String
Unsigned 16bit integer
Unsigned 16bit integer
Unsigned 16bit integer
32bit Float
VOLUME UNIT VALUES
Value Unit
0
Cubic-feet (ft3)
*1
Gallons (gal)
2
Liters (L)
3
Cubic-meters (m3)
Range
0–7
0 – 15
0–3
0 – 100
Table 3
Unsigned 16bit integer 0 or 1
Unsigned 16bit integer 0 – 7
Unsigned 16bit integer 0 or 1
MASS FLOW UNIT VALUES
Value Unit
*0
Pounds-mass-per-second (lb/s)
1
Pounds-mass-per-minute (lb/min)
2
Pounds-mass-per-hour (lb/hr)
3
Pounds-mass-per-day (lbm/day)
4
Kilograms-per-second (kg/s)
5
Kilograms-per-minute (kg/min)
6
Kilograms-per-hour (kg/s)
7
Kilograms-per-day (kg/day)
Device Name: A string, up to 40 characters long, that will be displayed on the LCD (if
present). When reading or writing, all 20 registers must be requested. Strings less than
40 characters shall be 0 padded.
Velocity Unit: Selects the unit of velocity for the value in the velocity register. See
Table 1.
Flow Unit: Selects the unit of flow for the value in the Flow register. See Table 2.
Table 4
Volume Unit: Selects the unit of volume for the value in the Total Flow register. See
Table 3.
Multi-Address Support
Multi-Address support allows a register to be read or written to using different byte
orientations specified by the address range. For example, input register 0003 can
also be read at 2003, 4003 and 6003 with different byte orientations as listed in Table
7. Registers that do not have multi-address support are only available in Big-Endian
byte orientation (Modbus® standard).
Reset Total Flow: When a value of 1 is written to this register, the value in the Total
Flow register is reset to 0. Writing a value of 0 has no effect. This register will always
return a 0 when read.
Reset Device: When a value of 1 is written to this register, the device will perform a
warm reset after 5 seconds. Writing a value of 0 has no effect. This register will always
return 0 when read.
VELOCITY UNIT VALUES
Value Unit
*0
Feet-per-second (ft/s)
1
Feet-per-minute (ft/min)
2
Feet-per-hour (ft/hr)
3
Feet-per-day (ft/day)
4
Meters-per-second (m/s)
5
Meters-per-minute (m/min)
6
Meters-per-hour (m/hr)
7
Meters-per-day (m/day)
Byte Order
Big-Endian
Byte Swap
Word Swap
Little-Endian
Table 1
VOLUME FLOW UNIT VALUES
Value Unit
*0
Cubic-feet-per-second (ft3/s)
1
Cubic-feet-per-minute (ft3/min)
2
Cubic-feet-per-hour (ft3/hr)
3
Cubic-feet-per-day (ft3/day)
4
Gallons-per-second (gal/s)
5
Gallons-per-minute (gal/min)
6
Gallons-per-hour (gal/hr)
7
Gallons-per-day (gal/day)
8
Liters-per-second (L/s)
9
Liters-per-minute (L/min)
10
Liters-per-hour (L/hr)
11
Liters-per-day (L/day)
12
Cubic-meters-per-second (m3/s)
13
Cubic-meters-per-minute (m3/min)
14
Cubic-meters-per-minute (m3/min)
15
Cubic-meters-per-day (m3/day)
Table 2
* Default unit
14
Address Range
1-2000
2001-4000
4001-6000
6001-8000
Float/32bit Values
Register 1
Register 2
MSB
LSB
A
B
C
D
B
A
D
C
C
D
A
B
D
C
B
A
16Bit Values
Register 3
MSB
LSB
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
Electronic Control Setup -LCD Display Option or A-IEF-DSP Accessory
Basic information
1. Turn on the power to the Display/Menu.
NOTICE
Main Configuration Wizard
1. Language Selection:
• At the Language Screen elect the Language:
NOTICE
At power ON, the Dwyer Logo, Serial Number and Firmware
Version of the Transmitter is displayed.
2. If a Transmitter is NOT configured, a main configuration wizard starts.
3. If the Transmitter is configured, the process data is displayed.
SERIAL
NUMBER
The menu default language is English.
• If necessary, select another language by moving the highlighted bar with
the UP
/DOWN
Arrows and press the Enter Button
to select the
Language.
FIRM
WARE
VERSION
2. Unit System Selection Menu:
• This option determines which units will be available in future menus.
• The Default is English
• If necessary, select a different Unit of measure by moving the highlighted
bar with the UP
/DOWN
Arrows and press the Enter button
to
select he Unit.
Navigation Basics
1. The UP
/DOWN
buttons change the selected option or increase or
decrease the current value.
2. The RIGHT
button advances the display to the next menu without changing the current setting.
3. The LEFT
button returns the display to the previous menu without
changing the current setting.
4. The ENTER
button accepts the selected setting or value and advances to
the next menu.
5. The MENU
button transitions the display to the main menu. Any unsaved
changes will be lost.
3. Velocity Unit Menu:
• This option determines how the calculated volume velocity is displayed.
• The Default is Feet-Per-Second.
Menu Basics
1. Option Menus:
• The current option is indicated by a highlight bar. The highlight bar is
moved with the UP and DOWN buttons.
• The active option is indicated by an asterisk (*) symbol to the far right of the
option name.
2. Value Menus:
• The active value is always displayed when the menu is displayed.
• To reset a changed value to the active value, use the LEFT
button to
return to the previous menu, then the RIGHT
button to advance to the
value menu again.
3. Press & Hold the UP
or DOWN
button to continuously increase or
decrease the value.
Note: The value will be increased or decreased by a larger amount the longer
the button is held.
4. Volume Flow Unit Menu:
• This option determines how the calculated volume flow is displayed.
• The Default is Cubic-Feet-Per-Second.
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5. Mass Flow Unit Menu
• This option determines how the calculated mass flow is displayed
• The Default is pounds-mass-per-hour (lbm/h)
a. Pipe Circumference Menu (High Performance):
• This value is the outside circumference of the pipe where the Transmitter
is installed.
• The circumference can be measured with the tape included in the high
performance installation kit.
• Default: 27.096in (~8in diameter)
6. Volume Unit Menu:
• This option determines how the totalized flow is displayed.
• The Default is Gallons.
b. Wall Thickness Menu (High Performance):
• This value is the pipe wall thickness where the Transmitter is installed.
• The thickness can be measured with the gauge included in the high
performance installation kit.
• Default: 0.322in
Pipe Configuration Wizard
1. Pipe Material Menu:
• This option helps determine the pipe dimensions as well as account for
different material properties.
• The Default is Carbon Steel
3.
Install Kit Menu (Standard):
• Nominal Pipe Size Menu
• Select the diameter of the installation pipe from the list of standard pipe
diameters. If your nominal diameter is not listed or you have actual OD data,
select Other and enter the pipe diameter directly.
• Default: 8 in
2. Install Kit Menu (High Performance):
• This option determines how the pipe dimensions will be collected.
• If a high accuracy Transmitter was purchased, then a high accuracy installation kit must be used to ensure correctness.
• Default: High Performance Setup.
a. Install Kit Menu (Standard):
• Wall Thickness Menu:
• Select the wall thickness of the installation pipe from the list of standard
pipe wall thicknesses.
• If your wall thickness is not listed, select Other and enter the pipe wall
thickness directly.
• The options available depend on the pipe material selected.
• Default: Varies with selected pipe material.
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4. Pipe Insertion Depth Display:
• This screen shows the calculated insertion depth based on the values
previously entered.
• Using the installation alignment kit provided with the IEF, set the depth
to the value displayed:
7. Continue to Analog Configuration Wizard Question:
• If Continue is selected, the next menu displayed will be in the Analog configuration wizard.
• If Save & Exit is selected, the settings and values entered during the Pipe
configuration wizard will be stored and put into effect.
• Then the display will show process data. Regardless of selection, the
ENTER button must be used to choose either option.
• Default: Continue
8.
Analog Configuration Wizard:
• Analog Output Setup Menu:
• This option determines the type of analog output from the Transmitter.
• Default: Current 4 to 20mA
5. Liquid Type Menu:
• This option specifies the process liquid to be measured.
• Default: Water
9. Process Variable Menu:
• This option determines which variable is output on the analog signal.
• Default: Velocity
• If Ethylene Glycol is selected, the next menu will allow the concentration to
be entered.
• Default: 0%
10. Analog Output High Menu:
• This value determines the process value at which the analog output will be
at maximum (e.g. 20 mA, 10 V, 5 V).
• Default: 20.0 ft/s.
6. Pipe Configuration Summary Display: High Performance:
• This screen shows a summary of the settings entered in the pipe configuration wizard when a high performance installation kit is used.
High performance Setup
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11. Analog Output Low Menu:
• This value determines the process value at which the analog output will be
at minimum (e.g. 4mA, 0V).
• Default: 0.0 ft/s
2. Digital Output: Pulse
• Pulse Scale Menu:
◦ This value determines the amount to totalized volume between each pulse
of the output.
◦ Default: 7 gallons/pulse
12. Analog Configuration Summary Display:
• This screen shows a summary of the settings entered in the Analog
configuration wizard.
• Pulse Width Menu:
◦ This value determines the duration of the pulse when active.
◦ Default: 150 milliseconds
13. Continue to Pulse/Frequency Configuration Wizard Question:
• If Continue is selected, the next menu displayed will be in the Pulse/
Frequency configuration wizard.
• If Save & Exit is selected, the settings and values entered during the Analog
configuration wizard will be stored and put into effect.
• Then the display will show process data.
• Regardless of selection, the ENTER
button must be used to choose
either option.
• Default: Continue.
• Pulse/Frequency Summary Display:
• This screen shows a summary of the pulse settings entered in the Pulse/
Frequency configuration wizard.
• Frequency Output High Menu:
◦ This value determines the process value at which the frequency output will
be at maximum (500Hz).
◦ Default: 20.0 ft/s
Pulse/Frequency Wizard:
1. Pulse/Frequency Output Menu:
• This option determines the type of digital output from the Transmitter.
• Default: Disabled. If correct press the Enter
Button.
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• Frequency Output Low Menu:
◦ This value determines the process value at which the frequency output will
be at minimum (0Hz).
◦ Default: 0.0 ft/s
Velocity Alarm - Outputs:
1. Alarm Type Menu:
• This option determines how the process velocity is compared to the trigger
value.
• Default: Low Limit
3. Pulse/Frequency Summary Display:
• This screen shows a summary of the frequency settings entered in the
Pulse/Frequency configuration wizard.
2. Alarm Trigger Menu:
• This value specifies the velocity at which the alarm is active or inactive.
• Default: 0.1 ft/s
3. Alarm Hysteresis Menu:
• This value defines a range around the trigger value to prevent excessive
switching of the alarm output.
• Default: 0.1 ft/s
4. If Continue is selected, the next menu displayed will be in the Alarm
configuration wizard.
5. If Save & Exit is selected, the settings and values entered during the Pulse/
Frequency configuration wizard will be stored and put into effect.
6. Then the display will show process data. Regardless of selection, the ENTER
button must be used to choose either option.
• Default: Continue
4. Alarm Output Summary Display:
• This screen shows a summary of the settings entered in the Alarm
configuration wizard when velocity alarm is selected.
Alarm Wizard
1. Alarm Output Setup Menu:
• This option determines the type of alarm output.
• Default: Empty Pipe Alarm.
2. Empty Alarm Setup Menu
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5. If Continue is selected, the next menu displayed will be in the Communication
configuration wizard.
6. If Save & Exit is selected, the settings and values entered during the Alarm
configuration wizard will be stored and put into effect.
7. Then the display will show process data. Regardless of selection, the ENTER
button must be used to choose either option.
• Default: Continue
4. Serial Parity Menu (Modbus® Communications Protocol Only):
• This option sets the serial parity on the RS-485 bus.
• Default: Even
Communication Configuration Wizard
1. Select Protocol Menu:
• This option determines the protocol used by the Transmitter over the
RS-485 interface.
• Default: Disabled.
5. Serial Stopbits (Modus® Communications Protocol Only):
• The option sets the serial Stopbits on the RS-485 bus.
• Default: 1
2. Network Address Menu:
• This value sets the device address on the RS-485 bus. Address range
depends on protocol; BACnet Communications Protocol (0-127), Modbus®
Communications Protocol (1-247)
• Default: 127
6. Communication Summary Display:
• This screen shows a summary of the settings entered in the Communication
configuration wizard.
3. Baud Rate Menu:
• The option selects the communication speed of the RS-485 bus.
• Default: 19200 (Modbus® Communications Protocol), 38400 (BACnet
Communications Protocol)
•
•
After the Communication Wizard is complete, the Transmitter setup is
complete:
The display will show Setup Complete and transition to display process
Data
Process Value Display:
• This display is the default view after power on of a configured Transmitter.
When the Save & Exit option is chosen from a wizard, this is the next view.
• Use the LEFT
and RIGHT
buttons to toggle between Flow/Velocity and
Total Flow/Process Temperature view.
• Use the MENU
or ENTER
button to go to the main menu.
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MAIN MENU
1. Language: Change the language of the display
2. Units: Change the display units
3. Pipe Setup: Enter the Pipe setup wizard
4. Analog Output Setup: Enter the Analog Output wizard
5. Pulse/Frequency Output Setup: Enter the Pulse/Frequency wizard
6. Alarm Output Setup: Enter the Alarm Output wizard
7. Communication Setup: Enter the Communication wizard
8. Save Setup File: Save the current setup to a file.
9. Device Information: Show the summary displays from each wizard and
other Transmitter/display information.
10. Clear Flow Total: Reset totalized flow value.
11. Averaging: Configure an averaging time.
12. Calibration Factor: Configure custom velocity multiplier.
13. Save Default: Save the current settings as the user default values.
14. Restore Defaults: Restore the previously saved user settings.
Device Information
• A list of all setting summaries. Use RIGHT
and LEFT
to move between
the various summary pages. The last page provided information about the
Transmitter and display.
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Save Setup File
Create a setup file containing all the options and values selected from the
wizards. This file is stored in the display and can be retrieved by connecting a
USB cable.
Restore Defaults
• This menu restores the saved user configuration to the current configuration.
This provides a means to restore the Transmitter to a known working state.
Reset Total Flow
This menu allows the totalized flow value to be reset to
Reset to Factory Default
This special menu is accessed by press & holding ENTER
and MENU
buttons on the Device Information screen above. Answering Yes, will reset all
selections and values to factory default values.
NOTICE
Damping
• This value determines the amount of time the velocity is averaged. The display value will reach 99% of the measured value within this time.
• Default: 30 s
All BACnet Communications settings will be reset as well, including
the values that can only be set via BACnet Communications.
Key Pad Lockout Feature
• For units with the LCD option a switch (shown in Figure 16) is located on
the display that allows the keypad to be “locked out” to prevent undesired key
presses that could potentially change the transmitter configuration. When the
switch is in the “locked” position the display will generate a padlock symbol in
the lower right corner as shown below.
• Default: Unlocked.
Cal. Factor
• This value sets a custom multiplier of the measured velocity.
Save Defaults
• This menu saves the current configuration as the user default values. This
provides a means to save a known good configuration before making other
changes.
KEYPAD LOCKOUT SWITCH
Figure 16
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Troubleshooting Guide
A status blink code is conveyed by the blinking of the status LED (Figure 17) using
the following parameters.
A blink is defined as the LED is ON for 200ms followed by the LED being OFF for
200ms.
If a status code has a tens digit, the tens digit blink code is created and then
followed by a 750ms delay OFF time. Then the ones digit blink code is created.
After a blink code is displayed, there is an OFF time of 2 sec before the blink code
is displayed again.
If more than one condition is true, the condition with the highest code will be
displayed.
STATUS LED
Example: Item 3, Invalid Factory Configuration with a blink code of 11.
There would be a state of the LED being ON for 200 msec, then OFF for 200 msec,
then OFF for 750 msec, then ON for 200 msec, then OFF for 200 msec followed by
off for 2 sec before repeating this sequence.
Figure 17
Item
1
2
Condition
Invalid value
Empty pipe
Status
LED Blink
Code
Description
1
Invalid calibration (Value display on LCD)
2
The probe is not submerged in the process fluid
3
Invalid factory configuration
11
The factory non-volatile configuration is invalid
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
NV access failed
NV write failed
Wiring board not installed
Flyback board not installed
Analog front end board not installed
Coil driver board not installed
Process temperature fault
Factory variable unlocked
12
13
21
22
24
25
26
33
The meter failed to read its non-volatile memory
The meter failed to write its non-volatile memory
The wiring board was not detected
The Flyback board was not detected
The Analog Front End board was not detected
The Coil Driver board was not detected
Temperature sensor not responding
The factory variables are unlocked and can be modified
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13
Failure to measure process
Communication failure
n/a
n/a
14
Communication failure
n/a
15
Communication failure
n/a
16
Settings not saved
n/a
Critical Error! Failed to measure process. (On-screen only)
Communication with the meter has failed. Settings not saved to
meter (On-screen only)
Communication with meter has failed. Attempting to re-establish.
Please wait … (On-screen only)
Critical Error! Failed to access settings in non-volatile storage.
(On-screen only)
Error: File Not Saved! Access Denied (On-screen only)
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Settings not saved
n/a
18
Settings not saved
n/a
19
Settings not saved
n/a
20
Settings not saved
n/a
21
Indicator display failure
n/a
Disconnect and reconnect display
Power cycle, reset via BACnet/Modbus®,
consult factory
Disconnect and reconnect display,
replace SD card on display PCBA
Error: File Not Saved! Storage Media Timeout (On-screen only) Disconnect and reconnect display,
replace SD card on display PCBA
Error: File Not Saved! Storage Media Not Ready (On-screen
Disconnect and reconnect display,
only)
replace SD card on display PCBA
Error: File Not Saved! Storage Media Not Found (On-screen
Verify SD card is fully inserted into SD card
only)
socket on display PCBA
Error: File Not Saved! Unknown (On-screen only)
Disconnect and reconnect display,
replace SD card on display PCBA
Meter not configured! The meter must be configured with a setup Configure the meter with a setup display
display before an indicator display can be used.
Item 1 Display
Item 10 Display
Corrective Action
Return to factory, calibration required
Ensure the pipe is properly filled, ensure proper
installation depth
Return to factory, configuration and calibration
required
Return to factory for repair
Return to factory for repair
Return to factory for repair
Return to factory for repair
Return to factory for repair
Return to factory for repair
Return to factory for repair
Power cycle, reset, or send lock command to
meter
Power cycle, reset via BACnet/Modbus®
Disconnect and reconnect display
Item 12 Display
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Item 13 Display
Item 14 Display
Item 17 Display
Item 15 Display
Item 18 Display
Item 16 Display
Item 19 Display
Item 20 Display
Item 21 Display
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Flow Condition Warnings:
If a reverse flow condition exists an “R” with an exclamation mark in a triangle will
appear as shown below:
MAINTENANCE/REPAIR
Upon final installation of the Series IEF, no routine maintenance is required, however
if recalibration is desired the unit must be returned to Dwyer Instruments, Inc. to be
calibrated. Contact customer service to receive a Return Goods Authorization number
before shipping you product back for calibration. The Series IEF is not field serviceable
and should be returned if repair is needed. Field repair should not be attempted and
may void the warranty.
WARRANTY/RETURN
Refer to “Terms and Conditions of Sale” in our catalog or on our website. Contact
customer service to receive a Return Goods Authorization number before shipping
your product back for repair. Be sure to include a brief description of the problem plus
any relevant application notes.
If an empty pipe condition exists an “E” with an exclamation mark in a triangle will
appear as shown below:
If velocity alarm condition exists a “V” with an exclamation mark in a triangle will
appear as shown below:
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This product uses FreeRTOS ( ) version 9.0.0.
A copy of the original FreeRTOS source shall be provided upon request.
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