Sick FTMg flow sensor Operating instructions

Sick FTMg flow sensor Operating instructions
O P E R AT I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S
FTMg
Thermal gas flow sensor
en

Product described
FTMg
Manufacturer
SICK AG
Erwin-Sick-Str. 1
79183 Waldkirch, Germany
Germany
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Contents
1
About this document......................................................................................5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
Safety information............................................................................................7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
3
3.2
3.3
6.2
Safety....................................................................................................................... 16
6.1.1
Notes on electrical installation............................................................... 16
Electrical connection............................................................................................... 17
6.2.1
Electrical connection of the flow sensor................................................ 17
6.2.2
Pin assignment, M12 plug connector, 5-pin (industry version)............ 18
6.2.3
Pin assignment, M12 plug connector, 8-pin (only Ethernet version)... 18
Commissioning............................................................................................... 19
7.1
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Installation conditions............................................................................................ 14
Installation direction............................................................................................... 14
Electrical installation..................................................................................... 16
6.1
7
Transport.................................................................................................................. 13
Transport inspection............................................................................................... 13
Storage..................................................................................................................... 13
Mounting......................................................................................................... 14
5.1
5.2
6
Product identification.............................................................................................. 10
3.1.1
Information on the housing..................................................................... 10
3.1.2
Type code................................................................................................. 10
Product characteristics........................................................................................... 11
3.2.1
Device view.............................................................................................. 11
3.2.2
Operating buttons.................................................................................... 11
Product features and functions.............................................................................. 12
3.3.1
Principle of operation.............................................................................. 12
3.3.2
Fields of application................................................................................ 12
Transport and storage................................................................................... 13
4.1
4.2
4.3
5
Intended use...............................................................................................................7
Inappropriate use.......................................................................................................7
Limitation of liability...................................................................................................7
Modifications and conversions..................................................................................8
Requirements for skilled persons and operating personnel...................................8
Operational safety and specific hazards...................................................................9
General safety notes..................................................................................................9
Repair..........................................................................................................................9
Product description........................................................................................ 10
3.1
4
About these operating instructions...........................................................................5
Scope..........................................................................................................................5
Explanation of symbols..............................................................................................5
Further information....................................................................................................6
Customer service.......................................................................................................6
Commissioning........................................................................................................ 19
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Operating the industry version..................................................................... 20
8.1
8.2
8.3
9
Operating the Ethernet version.................................................................... 26
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
10
Q1 menu.................................................................................................................. 20
Q2 menu.................................................................................................................. 22
8.2.1
Set Q2 as switching output..................................................................... 22
8.2.2
Set Q2 as analog output......................................................................... 24
8.2.3
Set Q2 as a frequency output................................................................. 24
8.2.4
Set Q2 as the pulse output..................................................................... 25
Qa menu.................................................................................................................. 25
Ethernet................................................................................................................... 26
Web server............................................................................................................... 26
OPC UA..................................................................................................................... 26
MQTT........................................................................................................................ 27
Operating the industry and Ethernet versions........................................... 28
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
Display..................................................................................................................... 28
Simulate................................................................................................................... 29
Measure................................................................................................................... 29
History...................................................................................................................... 30
Statistics.................................................................................................................. 31
Counter.................................................................................................................... 31
System..................................................................................................................... 31
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Troubleshooting.............................................................................................. 32
12
Repair............................................................................................................... 34
12.1 Maintenance............................................................................................................ 34
12.2 Return...................................................................................................................... 34
13
Disposal........................................................................................................... 35
14
Technical data................................................................................................. 36
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
15
Features................................................................................................................... 36
Performance............................................................................................................ 36
Electrical connection values – industry version.................................................... 37
Electrical connection values Ethernet version...................................................... 37
Mechanics / materials............................................................................................ 38
Ambient conditions................................................................................................. 38
Dimensional drawings................................................................................... 39
15.1 Industry version....................................................................................................... 39
15.2 Ethernet version...................................................................................................... 39
16
Accessories..................................................................................................... 40
17
Menu overview................................................................................................ 41
17.1 Industry version....................................................................................................... 41
17.2 Ethernet version...................................................................................................... 47
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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
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About this document
1.1
About these operating instructions
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These operating instructions provide important information on how to use sensors from
SICK AG.
Prerequisites for safe work are:
••
Compliance with all safety notes and handling instructions supplied
••
Compliance with local work safety regulations and general safety regulations for
sensor applications.
The operating instructions are intended to be used by qualified personnel and electrical
specialists.
Note:
Read these operating instructions carefully before starting any work on the device,
in order to familiarize yourself with the device and its functions.
The instructions constitute an integral part of the product and are to be stored in the
immediate vicinity of the device so they remain accessible to staff at all times. Should
the device be passed on to a third party, these operating instructions should be handed
over with it.
These operating instructions do not provide information on operating any system in
which the sensor may be integrated. For information about this, refer to the operating
instructions of the particular system.
1.2
Scope
These operating instructions explain how to incorporate a sensor into a customer
system.
Step-by-step instructions are given for all required actions.
These instructions apply to all available device variants of the sensor. For more detailed
information on identifying your device type, see “3.1.2 Type code”.
Available device variants are listed on the online product page:
>>
www.sick.com
A number of device variants are used as examples for commissioning, based on the
default parameter settings for the relevant device.
In the following, the sensor is referred to in simplified form as FTMg (Flow Thermal
Meter for Gases). except in cases where it is necessary to make a distinction between
device variants due to different technical features or functions. In such cases, the complete type designation is used.
1.3
Explanation of symbols
Warnings and important information in this document are labeled with symbols. The
warnings are introduced by signal words that indicate the extent of the danger. These
warnings must be observed at all times and care must be taken to avoid accidents,
personal injury, and material damage.
HAZARD
… indicates a situation of imminent danger, which will lead to a fatality or serious injuries if not prevented.
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WARNING
… indicates a potentially dangerous situation, which may lead to a fatality or serious
injuries if not prevented.
CAUTION
… indicates a potentially dangerous situation, which may lead to minor/slight injuries
if not prevented.
IMPORTANT
… indicates a potentially harmful situation, which may lead to material damage if not
prevented.
NOTE
… highlights useful tips and recommendations as well as information for efficient and
trouble-free operation.
1.4
Further information
NOTE
All the documentation available for the sensor can be found on the online product page
at:
www.sick.com
The following information is available for download from this page:
•• Model-specific online data sheets for device variants, containing technical data,
dimensional drawings, and diagrams
•• EU declaration of conformity for the product family
•• Dimensional drawings and 3D CAD dimension models in various electronic formats
•• These operating instructions, available in English and German, and in other languages if necessary
•• Other publications related to the sensors described here (e.g., IO-Link)
•• Publications dealing with accessories
1.5
Customer service
If you require any technical information, our customer service department will be happy
to help. To find your agency, see the final page of this document.
NOTE
Before calling, make a note of all sensor data such as type code, serial number, etc.,
to ensure faster processing.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
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Safety information
2.1
Intended use
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The FTMg (Flow Thermal Meter for gases) measures the flow, pressure, and temperature and provides the following measured values:
••
Weight
••
Weight flow rate
••
Volume
••
Volume flow rate
••
Energy
••
Flow velocity
••
Pressure
••
Temperature
The measurement principle is based on the calorimetric principle.
FTMg fulfils the requirements of EN 61326-2-3 for industrial applications.
2.2
Inappropriate use
FTMg is not a safety component as per the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC). The
sensor must not be used in explosion-hazardous locations. Do not open the housing of
the FTMg.
Any use outside of the stated areas, in particular use outside of the technical specifications and the requirements for intended use, will be deemed to be incorrect use.
If the sensor is to be used under other conditions or in different environments, the manufacturer’s service department may issue an operating license in consultation with the
customer and in exceptional cases.
2.3
Limitation of liability
Applicable standards and regulations, the latest technological developments, and
our many years of knowledge and experience have all been taken into account when
assembling the data and information contained in these operating instructions. The
manufacturer accepts no liability for damage caused by:
••
Failing to observe the operating instructions
••
Improper use
••
Use by untrained personnel
••
Unauthorized conversions
••
Technical modifications
••
Use of unauthorized spare parts, consumables, and accessories
The actual scope of delivery may differ from the features and illustrations shown here
where special variants are involved, if optional extras have been ordered, or as a result
of the latest technical changes.
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2.4
SAFETY INFORMATION
Modifications and conversions
IMPORTANT
Modifications and conversions to the sensor and/or the installation may result in unforeseeable dangers.
Interfering with or modifying the sensor or SICK software will invalidate any warranty
claims against SICK AG. This applies in particular to opening the housing, even as part
of mounting and electrical installation work.
Before making technical modifications to or expanding the sensor, the prior written
approval of the manufacturer must be obtained.
Accessories that do not have clearly specified sizes and compositions or that have not
been checked by SICK AG may not be installed or connected.
2.5
Requirements for skilled persons and operating personnel
WARNING
Risk of injury due to insufficient training!
Improper handling of the sensor may result in considerable personal injury and material
damage.
•• All work must only ever be carried out by the stipulated persons.
The operating instructions state the following qualification requirements for the various
areas of work:
••
Instructed personnel have been briefed by the operating entity about the tasks
assigned to them and about potential dangers arising from improper action.
••
Skilled personnel have the specialist training, skills, and experience, as well as
knowledge of the relevant regulations, to be able to perform tasks assigned to
them and to detect and avoid any potential dangers independently.
••
Electricians have the specialist training, skills, and experience, as well as knowledge of the relevant standards and provisions, to be able to carry out work on
electrical systems and to detect and avoid any potential dangers independently.
In Germany, electricians must meet the specifications of the BGV A3 Work Safety
Regulations (e.g., Master Electrician). Other relevant regulations applicable in
­other countries must be observed.
The following qualifications are required for various activities:
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Activities
Mounting, maintenance
Qualification
Electrical installation,
device replacement
• Practical electrical training
• Knowledge of current electrical safety regulations
• Knowledge of the operation and control of the devices in their
particular application
Commissioning,
configuration
• Basic knowledge of the control system used
• Basic knowledge of the design and setup of the described
connections and interfaces
• Basic knowledge of data transmission
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• Basic practical technical training
• Knowledge of the current safety regulations in the workplace
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Activities
Operation of the device for
the specific application
2.6
2
Qualification
• Knowledge of the operation and control of the devices in their
particular application
• Knowledge of the software and hardware environment for the
particular application concerned
Operational safety and specific hazards
Please observe the safety notes and the warnings listed here and in other chapters of
these operating instructions to reduce the possibility of risks to health and avoid dangerous situations.
2.7
2.8
General safety notes
>>
Read the operating instructions prior to commissioning.
>>
Observe national safety and work safety regulations.
••
These operating instructions are valid for devices from firmware version 1.00.
••
The FTMg is not a safety component under the EU Machinery Directive.
••
Wiring work and the opening and closing of electrical connections may only be
carried out when the power is switched off.
••
The FTMg must be installed in the cable system as described in “Mounting,
maintenance”.
Repair
Repair work on the sensor may only be performed by qualified and authorized personnel from SICK AG. Interference with or modifications to the sensor on the part of the
customer will invalidate any warranty claims against SICK AG.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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Product description
3.1
Product identification
3.1.1
Information on the housing
Information for identifying the sensor (serial number, part number, and type code) and
its electrical connection are printed on the type label on the housing.
3.1.2
Type code
FTMg
1
-
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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2
S
3
D15
4
A
5
X
6
X
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Description
Product group
FTMg (flow sensors)
Variant
I: IO-Link M12-5 A-coded
E: Ethernet M12-8 X-coded
Application
S: Standard (compressed air)
Nominal size
D15: G1 / 2 ISO 228-1 ø16.1
D20: G3 / 4 ISO 228-1 ø21.7
D25: G1 ISO 228-1 ø27.3
Measuring channel
A: Aluminum
Installation
X: Stand alone
Additional options
X: Without
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.2
Product characteristics
3.2.1
Device view
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The FTMg is available in two versions:
••
Industry version
••
Ethernet version
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 1: FTMg overview
3.2.2
1
Industry version, M12 x 1, 5-pin, A-coded
2
Ethernet version, M12 x 1, 8-pin, X-coded
3
Display
4
Housing
5
Operating pushbuttons
Operating buttons
The sensor is operated using the display and the operating buttons.
Note:
The industry version can be parameterized via SICK SOPAS ET, among
others.
The Ethernet version has its own web server and can also be parameterized with an Internet browser.
The sensor can also be parameterized via OPC UA.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.3
Product features and functions
3.3.1
Principle of operation
The FTMg uses the calorimetric measurement principle. The sensor measures the
cooling effect of the medium flowing over the heated probe. The higher the flow speed
of the medium, the higher the cooling effect of the heated probe.
In the industry version, the sensor has three configurable outputs Qa, Q1, and Q2 for
flow, pressure, or temperature.
The switching output (Q1) also features an IO-Link interface.
In the Ethernet version, the sensor has an Ethernet interface with OPC UA server and
a MQTT client, as well as an integrated web server. The sensor draws power via PoE.
3.3.2
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Fields of application
The FTMg is mainly suited for:
••
Measuring compressed air as well as argon (Ar), helium (He), carbon dioxide (CO2),
nitrogen (N2)
••
Controlling the energy consumption of compressed air on machines and in pressure distribution
••
Monitoring leaks in compressed air lines on machines
••
Measuring inert gases when packaging foodstuffs
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Transport and storage
4.1
Transport
4
For your own safety, please read and observe the following notes:
IMPORTANT
Damage to the sensor due to improper transport.
>> The device must be packaged for transport with protection against shock and
damp.
>> Recommendation: Use the original packaging as it provides the best protection.
>> Transport should be performed by specialist staff only.
>> The utmost care and attention is required at all times during unloading and transportation on company premises.
>> Note the symbols on the packaging.
>> Do not remove packaging until immediately before starting installation work.
4.2
Transport inspection
Immediately upon receipt in Goods-in, check the delivery for completeness and for any
damage that may have occurred in transit. In the case of transit damage that is visible
externally, proceed as follows:
>>
Do not accept the delivery or only do so conditionally.
>>
Note the extent of damage on the transport documents or on the transport company’s delivery note.
>>
File a complaint.
Note:
Complaints regarding defects should be filed as soon as these are detected.
Damage claims are only valid before the applicable complaint deadlines.
4.3
Storage
Store the device under the following conditions:
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Recommendation: Use the original packaging.
>>
Do not store outdoors.
>>
Store in a dry area that is protected from dust.
>>
Do not store in an airtight container: this is so that any residual moisture present
can escape.
>>
Do not expose to any aggressive substances.
>>
Protect from sunlight.
>>
Avoid mechanical shocks.
>>
Storage temperature: “14 Technical data”
>>
For storage periods of longer than 3 months, check the general condition of all
components and packaging on a regular basis.
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MOUNTING
5
Mounting
5.1
Installation conditions
When mounting/removing the sensor, the measurement gas line must be depressurized.
5.2
>>
Keep the mounting location easily accessible and free of vibrations.
>>
Ensure a minimum space of 150 mm to the FTMg.
>>
Observe the ambient temperature (“14 Technical data”).
>>
The measurement gas must correspond to purity class 3:4:4 or better, as per
ISO 8573-1:2010.
>>
The measurement gas and the ambient air are not allowed to condense.
>>
Mount the FTMg downstream of the air dryer in the compressed-air network.
If the dryer is missing, install the FTMg downstream of the condensate separator
and install suitable filters.
Installation direction
Correct measurement is relevant for the measurement accuracy of the FTMg.
Observe the flow direction of the measuring medium.
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>>
Place the FTMg as far as possible away from flow disturbances (for example,
­different pipe diameters, curves, T-connectors, valves, or pushers).
Mount the FTMg upstream of valves or pushers.
>>
Observe the prescribed length of the inlet and outlet zones (see accessories –
inlet and outlet pipes).
>>
Select longer inlet zones for gases with lower densities.
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MOUNTING
5
(DN = pipe diameter) 3
Type
Inlet zone 1
Outlet zone 2
Expansion
10 x DN
3 x DN
Constriction
10 x DN
3 x DN
90° angle
20 x DN
5 x DN
Two 90° angles on
one level
25 x DN
5 x DN
Two 90° angles on
one level, T-connector
30 x DN
5 x DN
Valve, pusher
50 x DN
5 x DN
3
1
2
Fig. 2: Installation direction
The inlet zones can be reduced by additional installed flow conditioners. Flow conditioners create an additional pressure loss that can reduce the flow quantity.
IMPORTANT
Please note the specified minimum values: If it is not possible to comply with the
specified inlet zones, then considerable deviations to the measured values are to be
expected.
The SICK inlet and outlet pipes are recommended.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
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Electrical installation
6.1
Safety
6.1.1
Notes on electrical installation
IMPORTANT
Equipment damage due to incorrect supply voltage.
An incorrect supply voltage may result in damage to the equipment.
>> Only operate the device using a protected low voltage and safe electrical insulation
as per protection class III.
IMPORTANT
Equipment damage or unpredictable operation due to working with live parts.
Working with live parts may result in unpredictable operation.
>> Only carry out wiring work when the power is off.
>> Only connect and disconnect electrical connections when the power is off.
>>
The electrical installation must only be performed by electrically qualified personnel.
>>
Standard safety requirements must be observed when working on electrical systems!
>>
Only switch on the supply voltage for the device when the connection tasks have
been completed and the wiring has been thoroughly checked.
>>
When using extension cables with open ends, ensure that bare wire ends do not
come into contact with each other (risk of short-circuit when supply voltage is
switched on!). Wires must be appropriately insulated from each other.
>>
Wire cross-sections in the supply cable from the user’s power system must be
designed in accordance with the applicable standards. In Germany, observe the
following standards:
DIN VDE 0100 (Part 430) and DIN VDE 0298 (Part 4) or DIN VDE 0891 (Part 1).
>>
Circuits connected to the device must be designed as SELV and PELV circuits
(SELV = Safety Extra-Low Voltage; PELV = Protected Extra-Low Voltage).
>>
Protect the device with a separate fuse at the start of the supply circuit.
Notes on layout of data cables
>> To avoid interference, e.g., from switching power supplies, motors, clocked drives,
and contactors, always use suitable EMC cables and layouts.
>> Do not lay cables over long distances in parallel with voltage supply cables and
motor cables in cable channels.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
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The IP65 + IP67 protection class for the device is only achieved under the following
conditions:
6.2
6.2.1
••
The cable on the M12 connection has been screwed on.
••
If this is not done, the device does not fulfill any specified IP enclosure rating.
Electrical connection
>>
Only operate the FTMg via a power supply with safe separation from the mains
(PELV according to DIN VDE 0100-410, IEC 60364-4-41, HD 60364.4.41,
EN 60079-14). The electrical circuit must be volt-free (not grounded).
>>
Carefully mount the M12 plug connection to ensure the IP67 enclosure rating.
>>
Observe the pin assignment (see below).
>>
The flow sensor has three signal outputs that can be wired according to the pin
assignment, see “14 Technical data”.
>>
Ethernet version: The sensor draws power directly via the Ethernet connection.
Carefully mount the M12 plug connection to ensure the IP67 enclosure rating.
Observe the pin assignment (“6.2.1 Electrical connection of the flow sensor”).
Electrical connection of the flow sensor
Screw M12 x 1 plug connection to the connection of the flow sensor. After switching
on the supply voltage and the time delay before availability has elapsed, the device is
in run mode (normal operation) and display the current measured value.
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6.2.2
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Pin assignment, M12 plug connector, 5-pin (industry version)
2
1
3
4
5
Fig. 3: M12 x 1 plug connector, 5-pin
6.2.3
Contact
Labeling
Wire color
Description
1
L+
brown
Supply voltage
2
QA
White
Analog current output 4 ... 20 mA (scalable)
3
M
Blue
Ground, reference potential for current output
4
C / Q1
Black
IO-Link communication or digital switching
output 1: NO/NC programmable
5
Q2
Gray
Digital switching output 2: NO/NC programmable or switching output B 4 … 20 mA,
frequency or pulse output
Pin assignment, M12 plug connector, 8-pin (only Ethernet version)
M12
4
5
3
6
2
7
1
8
M12 x 1,
8-pin, x-coded
18
RJ45
1
1 WH / OG
2
2 OG
3
3 WH / GN
4
6 GN
7
5 WH / BU
8
4 BU
5
7 WH / BN
6
8 BN
Connection diagram between M12 and RJ45
Contact
RJ45
Color
Labeling
10 / 100 MBit
1
1
WH / OG
TX (+) + POE
TxData +
2
2
OG
TX (–) + POE
TxData –
3
3
WH / GN
RX (+) – POE RxData +
4
6
GN
RX (–) – POE RxData –
7
5
WH / BU
PoE +
8
4
BU
PoE +
5
7
WH / BN
PoE –
6
8
BN
PoE –
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RJ45
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COMMISSIONING
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Commissioning
7.1
Commissioning
1.
Mount the sensor as appropriate to the installation conditions, “5 Mounting”.
2.
Apply the supply voltage or create Ethernet connection (PoE).
3.
The sensor performs a self-test and is then ready for operation. The factory-set
measured value is displayed.
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In the event of problems during commissioning, “11 Troubleshooting”.
INFO
1
ETH OPC
WEB MQTT
60min
60min
○...
0.0
m3/h
0.48
bar
2
3
4
5
6
1 Measurement graph
2 Status bar
3 Measured value
4 Contents
7 5 Display unit
6 Position in the menu
7 Arrow keys for navigation
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OPERATING THE INDUSTRY VERSION
Operating the industry version
Applies to all FTMg with the type code FTMg-Ixxxxxx.
The display shows the measured value menu with the default setting.
Press and hold any arrow key (min. 2 seconds) and then select menu Q1, menu Q2,
or menu Qa.
In the following, the recommended settings are listed in each submenu from top to
bottom, “17.1 Industry version”.
8.1
••
The switching output can be set in the Q1 menu.
••
In the Q2 menu, the output can be set as a switching output, pulse output,
­frequency output, or analog output.
••
The analog output can be set in the Qa menu.
Q1 menu
This menu contains the settings of digital output 1.
Setting the hysteresis or windows function
>>
In the “Mode” menu, set the mode for hysteresis or windows function with the
accompanying measurand.
Flow rate
SP2
SP1
t
high
HNO
low
If the flow is fluctuating around the set
value, the hysteresis keeps the output
state of the outputs stable. When the
flow is increasing, the output switches
when the respective switching point
(SP2) is reached; if the flow sinks
again, the output switches back only
after the reset switching point (SP1)
has been reached.
high
low
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Window (example Switch Window
­Volumetric Flow Rate) allows for the
monitoring of a defined area. If the
flow is between the SetPoint2 and
SetPoint1, the output will be active
(normally open) or inactive (normally
closed).
Flow rate
SP2
SP1
t
The error status of the measuring
device reflects the cable break
monitoring. During an error status,
the measuring device switches to a
safe state; i.e. the switching outputs
become inactive.
As far as the downstream signal evaluation is concerned, this corresponds
to a cable break.
high
low
FNC
FNO
high
8
low
Setting the switching point
>>
Set the switching point in the “SetPoint1” submenu.
Setting the reset point / hysteresis or lower window limit
>>
Set the “SetPoint2” submenu reset point / hysteresis or lower window limit.
Setting the switching behavior of the normally open or normally closed contact
>>
Select the “Polarity” submenu and select between “normally closed” and “normally
open”.
Flow rate
SP2
SP1
t
Error signal
active
disabled
Switching output
Normally open /
HNO
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1)
Pulldown only
2)
Pullup only
active
PNP
Uv
NPN
0V
disabled
0 V 1) Uv 2)
DRV
Uv (PNP switched)
0 V (NPN switched)
Error status
disabled
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Flow rate
SP2
SP1
t
Error signal
active
disabled
Switching output
Normally closed /
HNC
1)
Pulldown only
2)
Pullup only
PNP
NPN
DRV
Error status
active
Uv
disabled
0 V1)
0V
Uv (PNP switched)
disabled
Uv2)
0 V (NPN switched)
Simulating the digital output
>>
Select the “Simulate” submenu and select “active”, “inactive”, or “normal”
(­measuring operation).
Setting the PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull)
>>
8.2
Select the “DriverType” submenu and set PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull).
Q2 menu
This menu contains the settings of switching output 2.
8.2.1
Set Q2 as switching output
>>
Select the “Function” submenu and activate the “Switch” function.
Setting the mode for hysteresis or windows function
>>
In the “Mode” menu, set the mode for hysteresis or windows function with the
accompanying measurand.
Setting the switching point
>>
Set the switching point in the “SetPoint1” submenu.
Setting the reset point / hysteresis or lower window limit
>>
Set the “SetPoint2” submenu reset point / hysteresis or lower window limit.
Setting the switching behavior of the normally open or normally closed contact
>>
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Select the “Polarity” submenu and select between “normally closed” and
“normally open”.
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Flow rate
SP2
SP1
t
Error signal
active
disabled
Switching output
Normally open/FNO
1)
Pulldown only
2)
Pullup only
PNP
NPN
active
Uv
0V
disabled
0 V 1) Uv 2)
DRV
Uv (PNP switched)
0 V (NPN switched)
Error status
disabled
Flow rate
SP2
SP1
t
Error signal
active
disabled
Switching output
Normally closed/FNC
1)
Pulldown only
2)
Pullup only
PNP
NPN
DRV
active
Uv
0V
Uv (PNP switched)
disabled
0V
Uv
0 V (NPN switched)
1)
2)
Error status
disabled
Simulating the digital output
>>
Select the “Simulate” submenu and select between “active”, “inactive”, and
“­normal” (measuring operation).
Setting the PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull)
>>
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8.2.2
OPERATING THE INDUSTRY VERSION
Set Q2 as analog output
This menu contains the settings of the analog output.
>>
Select "Analog" in the Q2 function menu and set accordingly.
Assigning the current output measurement parameters
>>
In the “Mode” submenu, assign the current output the measurand such as flow,
temperature, or pressure.
Assigning the measuring range limit value
>>
In the “High” submenu, enter the measuring range limit value (20 mA).
Assigning the lower limit of the measuring range
>>
In the “Low” submenu, enter the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA).
Setting the inversion of the current output
>>
In the “Polarity” submenu, set whether the current output should be inverted.
Setting the behavior of the current output in the event of a fault on the device
>>
In the “Fail” submenu, set how the current output should behave in the event of a
fault.
Setting the predefined current value
>>
8.2.3
In the “Simulate” submenu, set a predefined current value.
Set Q2 as a frequency output
>>
In the Q2 function menu, select “Frequency” and make the settings accordingly.
Selecting the process size (VolumetricFlowRate)
>>
In the “Mode” submenu, set the process size.
Defining the measuring range lower limit and limit value
>>
The frequency can be entered in the range 0 to 10 kHz under “MaxFreq” and “MinFreq”.
Overwriting the output using the simulation function
>>
Select the corresponding values under “Simfreq”.
Setting the PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull)
>>
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Select the “DriverType” submenu and set PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull).
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8.2.4
8
Set Q2 as the pulse output
>>
Select the “Pulse” submenu and make the settings accordingly.
Selecting the process size
>>
Select volume or energy under “Mode”.
Specifying pulse valence
>>
Enter the pulse valence under “Valency” and “Width”. If output of the pulse is not
possible, the device outputs a warning message.
Setting the PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull)
>>
8.3
Select the “DriverType” submenu and set PNP / NPN or DRV (push-pull).
Qa menu
This menu contains the settings of the analog output.
Assigning the current output measurement parameters
>>
In the “Mode” submenu, assign the current output the measurand such as flow,
temperature, or pressure.
Assigning the measuring range limit value
>>
In the “High” submenu, enter the measuring range limit value (20 mA).
Assigning the lower limit of the measuring range
>>
In the “Low” submenu, enter the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA).
Setting the inversion of the current output
>>
In the “Polarity” submenu, set whether the current output should be inverted.
Setting the behavior of the current output in the event of a fault on the device
>>
In the “Fail” submenu, set how the current output should behave in the event of
a fault.
Setting the predefined current value
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9
OPERATING THE ETHERNET VERSION
Operating the Ethernet version
Applies to all FTMg with the type code FTMg-Exxxxxx.
In the following, the recommended settings are listed in each submenu from top to
bottom, “17.2 Ethernet version”
9.1
Ethernet
Assigning static or dynamic addresses
>>
In the “DHCP Mode” submenu, you can select static address allocation through
parameterization or dynamic IP allocation.
Defining the names
>>
Enter the DHCP names (e.g. FTMg) in the “Name” submenu.
Setting the IP address
>>
The static IP address can be set in the “IP” submenu.
SubNetMask
>>
Set the SubNetMask in the “SubNetMask” submenu.
Gateway
>>
9.2
Set the gateway address in the “Gateway” submenu.
Web server
Switching the web interface on and off
>>
In the “State” submenu, the web server can be switched on and off (active/­
inactive). If the web server is not used, then the service should be deactivated.
Setting the port
>>
The web server port is selected in the “Port” submenu. The standard port for the
HTTP service is port 80.
Resetting the user’s password
>>
9.3
Reset the web server password for the user “Maintenance” to the factory default.
The default password (factory setting) is "airflowsensor".
OPC UA
Switching the web interface on and off
>>
In the “State” submenu, OPC UA can be switched on and off (active/inactive).
If OPC UA is not used, the service should be deactivated.
Setting the port in “OPC UA”
>>
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The OPC UA port is selected in the “Port” submenu. The standard port for the
OPC UA server in FTMg is port 4840.
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Setting usernames for “OPC UA”
>>
In the “User” submenu, enter the username for access to the internal OPC UA
server.
Assigning a password for “OPC UA”
>>
9.4
Select the “Password” submenu and set the password. If no username or password are entered, then there is no access protection to the OPC UA server.
MQTT
Switching the web interface on and off
>>
In the “State” submenu, MQTT can be switched on and off (active/inactive).
If MQTT is not used, then the service should be deactivated.
Broker
>>
Have the IP address of the MQTT broker displayed.
Setting the port
>>
Select the “Port” submenu to set the port of the MQTT broker.
Topic
>>
The MQTT client of the FTMg shows the selected data under topic in the update
interval entered to the MQTT broker.
User
>>
In the “User” submenu, access to the MQTT broker can be entered with access
data (optional).
Creating a broker password
>>
Select the “Password” submenu and enter the broker password. If no username
or password are entered, then logging in to the MQTT broker does not occur.
Defining the update interval to the broker
>>
In the “MQTT” menu, select the “Update” submenu and enter the time interval in
which the MQTT client in the sensor transmits the data to the MQTT broker.
QoS
>>
Display the QoS. Quality of Service level of the MQTT data transmission (At most
once (0), At least once (1), Exactly once (2)).
Defining the MQTT message to the broker
>>
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Select the “Send” submenu, go to the second submenu “Unit” and select between
“Active” and “Inactive”.
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10
Operating the industry and Ethernet versions
Applies to all FTMgs.
10.1
Display
Setting units
>>
Select “Units” submenu and in the second submenu select “MassFlowRate”,
“FlowVelocity", “Volume”, “VolFlowRate”, “Mass”, “Energy”, “Temperature” or
“Pressure”.
Setting start screen display “Screen 1.1”
>>
In the “Pages” submenu Disp1Top (top half of the screen), select the parameters
to be displayed.
Setting start screen display “Screen 1.1”
>>
In the “Pages” submenu Disp1Btm (bottom half of the screen), select the parameters to be displayed.
Setting the display “Screen 1.2”
>>
In the “Pages” submenu Disp2Top (top half of the screen), select the parameters
to be displayed.
Setting the display “Screen 1.2”
>>
In the “Pages” submenu Disp2Btm (bottom half of the screen), select the para­
meters to be displayed.
Setting the display “Screen 1.3”
>>
In the “Pages” submenu Disp3Top (top half of the screen), select the parameters
to be displayed.
Setting the display “Screen 1.3”
>>
In the “Pages” submenu Disp3Btm (bottom half of the screen), select the para­
meters to be displayed.
Display “Screen 2.1, 2.2. and 2.3”
>>
Select the display parameters in the “DispHistory” submenu.
Optimizing readability
>>
In the "Rotation” submenu, set display 0°, 90°, 180°or 270° to ensure optimal
readability.
Time until screensaver is activated
>>
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In the “Screensaver” submenu, set the activation time for the screensaver.
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Time until display is switched off
>>
In the “AutoOff” submenu, set the time for switching off the display.
Brightness in %
>>
In the “Brightness” submenu, set the brightness as a percentage.
Assigning a 4-digit pin for operation and/or manipulation protection
>>
10.2
Assign a 4-digit pin in the “Display Pin” submenu.
Simulate
Simulating flow
>>
The flow rate in % can be simulated in predefined steps in the “Flow” submenu.
Simulating temperature
>>
A temperature value in % (-20 to 60 °C) can be simulated in predefined steps in
the “Temperatures” submenu.
Simulating pressure
>>
10.3
A pressure value in % (0 to 16 bar) can be simulated in predefined steps in the
“Pressure” submenu.
Measure
Setting measuring gas
>>
In the “Flow” submenu, select “Medium” and set the measuring gas such as air,
argon, helium, carbon dioxide (CO2) or nitrogen.
Setting the reference norm / reference standard
>>
In the “Flow” submenu, select “RefCond” and set reference norms / reference
standards such as ISO2533, ISO1217, DIN1945-1, DIN1343, IOS6358, ISO8778
or user defined (UserDefined).
Setting the reference pressure for application-specific setting (UserDefined)
>>
In the “Flow” submenu, select “RefPress” and set the application-specific reference pressure.
Setting the reference temperature for application-specific setting (UserDefined)
>>
In the “Flow” submenu, select “RefTemp” and set the application-specific reference temperature.
Setting the zero point offset
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Setting the leak flow volume suppression
>>
In the “Flow” submenu, select “0-FlowCut” and set the leak flow volume suppression. The volume flow is suppressed to the value 0 m³/h when the value set is
undershot.
Setting the average filter to filter (smooth) measured values to the display and at
the output
>>
In the “Flow” submenu, select “Filter” to filter all flow measured values to the display and at the output with predefined timing units.
Setting the offset / zero point offset
>>
In the “Pressure” submenu, select “Offset” to set the offset / zero point offset.
Setting the average filter to filter (smooth) measured values to the display and at
the output
>>
In the “Pressure” submenu, select “Filter” to filter measured values to the display
and at the output with the predefined timing units.
Setting the average filter to filter (smooth) measured values to the display and at
the output
>>
In the “Temperature” submenu, select “Filter” to filter measured values to the
display and at the output with the predefined timing units.
Selecting the signal quality
>>
10.4
In the "Sigquality" submenu, select between "SigQua1", "Sigqua2", "Sigqua3" and
"SigQua4". All are set to 100%. Signal quality 1 is a metric for the robustness.
History
Display / graph of the measured values for the last 60 minutes
>>
In the “60 min” submenu, select the display / graph of the measured values for
the last 60 minutes.
Display / graph of the measured values for the last 24 hours
>>
In the “24 hours” submenu, select the display / graph of the measured values for
the last 24 hours.
Display / graph of the measured values for the last 7 days
>>
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In the “7 days” submenu, select the display / graph of the measured values for the
last 7 days.
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10.5
Statistics
min. / average / max. values of the individual parameters after the last reset
>>
In the “View” submenu, you can display the min. / average / max. values of the
individual parameters after the last reset.
Displaying the time of the last reset
>>
In the “LastReset” submenu, you can display the time elapsed since the last reset.
Resetting the statistic values to 0
>>
10.6
Reset the statistic values to “0” in the “Reset” submenu.
Counter
Displaying the counters
>>
Select the submenus “Mass”, “Volume”, “Energy” to display the counters.
Resetting the counters
>>
10.7
Select the “Reset” submenu to display the counters since the last reset.
System
Service login
>>
In the “Service” submenu, carry out the service login for authorized users.
Resetting to factory settings
>>
In the “FactReset” submenu, reset to the factory settings (defaults).
Serial number (read only)
>>
You can display the serial number in the “SerialNumber” submenu.
Setting the device tag
>>
Set the “DevTag” device tag in the submenu.
Setting the application tag
>>
Set the application tag in the “AppTag” submenu.
FWVersion (read only)
>>
You can display the firmware version in the “FWVersion” submenu.
BLVersion (read only)
>>
You can display the bootload version in the “BLVersion” submenu.
HWVersion (read only)
>>
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11
Troubleshooting
Error messages are shown on the display if the relevant error status is caused by a
certain condition.
There are three classifications: info, warning, and error.
In the following table all error messages are listed with their relevant error level indicated.
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Message
Classification
Description
Memory Invalid
Error
The memory of the sensor is damaged. Contact support.
No MQTT Connection
Warning
No connection to the MQTT broker
possible.
Simulation active
About
Simulation active (output signal or
process size)
Q1 / 2 Overtemp
Warning
Driver for switching output
Q1 / Q2 overloaded.
Q1 Shortcut
Warning
Short-circuit on Q1
Q2 Shortcut
Warning
Short-circuit on Q2
Q2 / a Overload
Warning
Q2 / a: current not flowing.
– Cable not connected?
– Load impedance too high?
Q2 / a OverTemp
Warning
Q2 / a: Overtemperature of the
output driver
– Ideal: load of 500 Ohm
– Ambient temperature too high?
Q2 PulseConfig
Warning
Implausible configuration of the
Q2 pulse output
Qa Overload
Warning
See Q2 / a Overload
Qa OverTemp
Warning
See Q2 / a OverTemp
Flow low Info
About
Info: MBE – 5%
Flow high Info / Warning
Info / Warning
Info: Standard ULR + 5%
Warning: Extended MBE + 5%
Pressure low
Warning
Pressure high
Warning
Temperature low
Warning
Temperature high
Info / Warning
Pressure low / high Error
Error
Process pressure outside the
permissible pressure range
Temperature low / high Error
Error
Temperature of the process
medium outside the permissible
temperature range
Energy Counter off – Air only
About
Medium != Air => Formula for
energy counter only saved for air,
therefore no function
Voltage low for Q1 / 2
About
Voltage low for Q2 / a, Qa
About
Voltage low for IO-Link
About
Q1 Config out of Range
About
Q2 Config out of Range
About
Qa Config out of Range
About
Invalid Medium + RefCond
Warning
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Message
Classification
Supply Voltage too low / high!
Warning
Internal Temperature too
low / high!
Warning
Description
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12
Repair
12.1
Maintenance
The FTMg is maintenance-free. Check the screws and plug connectors at regular intervals.
12.2
Return
Clean removed devices before returning them in order to protect our employees and
the environment from dangers posed by residue from measured materials. Faulty
devices can only be examined when accompanied by a completed return form. This
form includes information about all materials which have come into contact with the
device, including those which were used for testing purposes, operation, or cleaning.
The return form is available from our website (www.sick.com).
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DISPOSAL 13
13
Disposal
Dispose of device components and packaging materials in compliance with applicable
country-specific waste treatment and disposal regulations for the region of use.
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14
Technical data
14.1
Features
14.2
Measurement principle
Calorimetric (flow, temperature)
Piezoresistive (pressure)
Medium
Pressure (air quality ISO 8573-1:2010 [3:4:4])
Helium, argon, nitrogen, carbon dioxide
Nominal sizes
DN15, DN20, DN25
Process temperature
–20 °C … +60 °C
Process pressure
0 bar ... 16 bar
Communication interface
IO-Link 1.1 COM3 (only industry version)
Ethernet (only Ethernet version) – OPC UA, MQTT
and web server
Temperature measurement

Pressure measurement

Display
128 x 128 pixels, adjustable rotary OLED display
(90° rotations) and 4 pushbuttons
Performance
Measuring range
DN15: 5.3 ... 1,060.3 l/min
DN20: 9.4 ... 1,884.9 l/min
DN25: 14.7 ... 2,945.2 l/min
(Standard measuring range according to
ISO 8573-1:2010 [3:4:4])
DN15: 1,060.3 ... 1,590.4 l/min
DN20: 1,884.9 ... 2,827.4 l/min
DN25: 2,945.2 ... 4,417.9 l/min
(Extended measuring range)
Minimum flow velocity1)
0.5 m/s
150 m/s
Maximum flow velocity1)
Accuracy of the sensor element
1)
± 3% of the measured value + 0.3% of the
measuring range limit value (standard measuring
range as per ISO 8573-1:2010 [3:4:4])
± 8% of the measured value + 1% of the measuring range limit value (extended measuring range)
Repeatability
± 1.5% of the measured value
Response time (T90)
< 0.3 s
Measurement accuracy – temperature
± 2 °C
Repeatability – temperature
± 0.5 °C
Pressure measurement:
Measurement accuracy
Non-linearity
Repeatability
≤ ± 1.5% of the measuring range
(in the range 10 °C… 30 °C)
≤ ± 0.5% of the measuring range.
(including temperature drift)
≤ ± 0.2% of the measuring range
(BFSL as per IEC 61298-2)
Reference conditions according to DIN 1343 atmospheric pressure 1.01325 bar abs,
compressed air temperature 0 °C
1)
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14.3
Electrical connection values – industry version
Supply voltage UV 1)
17 … 30 VDC
Power consumption
< 12 W (@ 24 VDC without output load)
Initialization time
≤ 10 s
Protection class
III
Connection type
M12 round male connector x 1, 5-pin (IO-Link
version);
Output signal 3)
1 4...20 mA analog output (scalable)
1 PNP / NPN / push-pull transistor output
1 analog output (scalable or PNP / NPN / pushpull transistor output) (also configurable as pulse/
frequency output)
Output load 3)
4 mA ... 20 mA, max. 500 Ohm, when Uv > 15 V
Lower signal level 3)
3.5 mA ... 3.8 mA
Upper signal level
20.5 mA ... 21.5 mA
3)
≤ 100 mA per output
Digital output 3)
Signal voltage HIGH
3)
≤2V
Inductive load
<1H
3)
Capacitive load 3)
14.4
> Uv – 2 V
Signal voltage LOW 3)
< 100 nF (2.5 nF for IO-Link)
1)
ll connections have reverse polarity protection and are overcurrent protected.
A
Switching outputs Q1, Q2 and Qa are short-circuit protected.
2)
Configuration of the digital output: PNP / NPN / push-pull.
3)
Only industry version.
Electrical connection values Ethernet version
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Standard communication
IEEE802.3 Clause 25 (100BaseTx); 100 Mbit/sec.
standard supply
power over Ethernet according to IEEE802.3af
performance class
class 0; acc. IEEE802.3af Powered Device < 13 W
power supply mode
mode A and Mode B
Connection
M12x1 (female) 8 pin; X-coded
Power consumption
max. 5 W
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14.5
14.6
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Mechanics / materials
Process connection
G1 / 2, G3/ 4, G1
(according to DIN ISO 228-1)
Parts in contact with the media
Stainless steel 1.4305, PA6, Viton®, aluminum
Housing material
PC+ABS, PA66+PA6I GF50, PC, TPE,
stainless steel 1.4301
Enclosure rating
IP65, IP67 according to EN 60529
Weight
G1/2
G3/4
G1
approx. 805 g
approx. 755 g
approx. 685 g
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature, operation
–20 °C ... +60 °C
Ambient temperature, storage
–40 °C ... +85 °C
Maximum permissible relative humidity
≤ 90% RH, non-condensing
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Dimensional drawings
15.1
Industry version
18.5 0.73
109 4.29
85 3.35
23 0.91
18 0.71

18 0.71
22 0.87
22 0.87
107 4.21
15.2
Type
DN
1
2
3
FTMG-ISD15AXX
15
G 1/2
Ø 16.1
Ø 22
FTMG-ISD20AXX
20
G 3/4
Ø 21.7
Ø 27.5
FTMG-ISD25AXX
25
G1
Ø 27.3
Ø 33.5
21.8 0.86


78 3.06
95.2 3.75
45.5 1.79
M12x1
15
Ethernet version
109 4.29
45.5 1.79
13.4 0.53
85 3.35
23 0.91

Type
DN
18 0.71
18 0.71
22 0.87
22 0.87
1
2
3
FTMG-ESD15AXX 15
G 1/2
Ø 16.1
Ø 22
FTMG-ESD20AXX 20
G 3/4
Ø 21.7
Ø 27.5
FTMG-ESD25AXX 25
G1
Ø 27.3
Ø 33.5
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21.8 0.86


78 3.06
95.2 3.75
M12x1
(X-coded)
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16 ACCESSORIES
16
Accessories
Accessories can be found online at www.sick.com
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MENU OVERVIEW 17
17
Menu overview
17.1
Industry version
Screen 1.1
(Kg/h) Display 1 Top
Screen 2.1
60 min
Status Signal
Events
(m/s) Display 1 Btm
Screen 1.2
(m³) Display 2 Top
Screen 2.2
24h
Info
Signal Quality
Screen 2.3
7days
Info
Serial No.
Firmware
(m³/h) Display 2 Btm
Screen 1.3
(kg) Display 3 Top
(kWh) Display 3 Btm
Hold for menu
Q1 Menu
Mode
Switch Hyst Volumetric Flowrate
Switch Hyst Temperature
Switch Hyst Pressure
Switch Window Temperature
Switch Window Pressure
Switch Window Volumetric Flowrate
abort
SetPoint 1
## # (unit)
abort
SetPoint 2
Simulate
Normal
Active
Inactive
DriverType
DRV
PNP
NPN
abort
abort
Function
store
normally open
normally closed
abort
Q2 Menu
store
## # (unit)
abort
Polarity
store
store
store
store
Switch
Mode
Switch Hyst Volumetric Flowrate
Switch Hyst Temperature
Switch Hyst Pressure
Switch Window Temperature
Switch Window Pressure
Switch Window Volumetric Flowrate
abort
SetPoint 1
## # (unit)
abort
SetPoint 2
store
Normal
Active
Inactive
abort
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store
normally open
normally closed
abort
Simulate
store
## # (unit)
abort
Polarity
store
store
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DriverType
DRV
PNP
NPN
abort
store
Frequency
Mode
Vol Flow Rate
High
## # (unit)
abort
Low
## # (unit)
abort
MaxFreq
store
## # (unit)
abort
MinFreq
store
store
## # (unit)
abort
SimFreq
Off
10KHZ
1KHZ
100KHZ
DriverType
DRV
PNP
NPN
abort
abort
store
store
store
Pulse
Mode
Volume
Energy
abort
Valency
## # (unit)
abort
Width
store
## # (unit)
abort
DriverType
store
store
DRV
PNP
NPN
abort
store
Analog
Mode
4-20mA Volumetric Flow Rate
4-20mA Temperature
4-20mA Pressure
abort
High
abort
Low
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3.5mA
21.5mA
abort
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store
normal
inverted
abort
Fail
store
## # (unit)
abort
Polarity
store
## # (unit)
store
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SimOff
3.5mA
3.8mA
4.0mA
10.0mA
12.0mA
18.0mA
20.0mA
20.5mA
21.5mA
Simulate
abort
Qa Menu
Mode
store
4-20mA Volumetric Flow Rate
4-20mA Temperature
4-20mA Pressure
abort
High
abort
Low
Polarity
normal
inverted
Fail
3.5mA
21.5mA
Simulate
SimOff
3.5mA
3.8mA
4.0mA
10.0mA
12.0mA
18.0mA
20.0mA
20.5mA
21.5mA
abort
abort
abort
Units
store
## # (unit)
abort
Display
store
store
store
store
MassFlowRate
kg/h
kg/min
g/s
FlowVelocity
m/s
fps
abort
abort
Volume
m3
ft
L
VolFlowRate
m /h
ft3/min
ft3/s
L/min
L/s
m3/min
abort
Mass
store
store
store
°C
°F
abort
Pressure
store
kWh (read only)
abort
Temperature
store
kg (read only)
abort
Energy
store
3
abort
store
bar
psi
abort
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store
## # (unit)
store
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17 MENU OVERVIEW
Pages
Disp 1 Top
Disp 1 Btm
Disp 2 Top
Mass Flow Rate
Pressure
Temperature
Energy
Mass
Volumetric Flow Rate
Volume
Flow Velocity
Disp 2 Btm
Disp 3 Top
Disp 3 Btm
Disp History
Rotation
Flow
Flow
store
SimOff
0% ... 100% (step of 10%)
abort
Measure
store
SimOff
0% ... 100% (step of 10%)
abort
Pressure
store
SimOff
0% ... 100% (step of 10%)
abort
Temperature
store
#_#_#_#
abort
Simulate
store
40%
60%
80%
100%
abort
Display Pin
store
Off
1min
2min
5min
10min
30min
60min
abort
Brightness
store
Off
1min
2min
5min
10min
30min
60min
abort
AutoOff
Medium
store
Air
Argon
Helium
CO2
Nitrogen
abort
store
RefCond
ISO8778
User Defined
ISO2533
ISO1217
DIN1945-1
DIN1343
ISO6358
abort
RefPress
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store
## # bar
abort
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store
0°
90°
180°
270°
abort
ScreenSaver
abort
store
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0-Flow Off
## #
abort
0-Flow Cut
## ##
abort
OFF
100ms
200ms
500ms
1s
2s
5s
10s
Mode
Standard
(read only)
Offset
## # bar
abort
abort
abort
Offset
abort
SigQua1
SigQua2
SigQua3
SigQua4
abort
store
store
store
max, mean, min values:
Mass Flow Rate
Pressure
Temperature
Volumetric Flow Rate
Flow Velocity
last Reset
(read only)
abort
store
(action required)
abort
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store
Dynamic charts:
Mass Flow Rate
Pressure
Temperature
Energy
Mass
Volumetric Flow Rate
Volume
Flow Velocity
View
Reset
store
### %
(read only)
abort
Statistics
store
### %
(read only)
abort
7 days
store
### %
(read only)
abort
24 hours
store
### %
(read only)
abort
60 min
store
OFF
100ms
200ms
500ms
1s
2s
5s
10s
Filter
History
store
##.#°C
abort
SigQuality
store
OFF
100ms
200ms
500ms
1s
2s
5s
10s
Filter
Temperature
store
Filter
abort
Pressure
store
store
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17 MENU OVERVIEW
Counter
Mass (read only)
Volume (read only)
Energy (read only)
last Reset
(read only)
Reset
(action required)
abort
System
Service
#_#_#_#
abort
FactReset
store
store
(action required)
abort
store
SerialNumber
(read only)
DevTag
###
abort
AppTag
store
###
abort
store
FWVersion
(read only)
Calibration
(read only)
BLVersion
(read only)
HWVersion
(read only)
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MENU OVERVIEW 17
17.2
Ethernet version
Display 1
(Kg/h) Display 1 Top
Display 1
60 min
Events
Staus Signal out
(m/s) Display 1 Btm
Display 2
(m³) Display 2 Top
Display 1
24h
Info
Signal Quality
Anzeige 1
7days
Info
Serial No.
Firmware
(m³/h) Display 2 Btm
Anzeige 3
(kg) Display 3 Top
(kWh) Display 3 Btm
Hold for menu
Ethernet
DHCP Mode
Static IP
DHPC Client
IP Address
### ### ### ###
SubNetMask
### ### ### ###
Gateway
### ### ### ###
Name
### ### ### ###
abort
abort
abort
abort
abort
Webserver
State
State
State
store
store
store
store
######
abort
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store
######
abort
Password
store
######/#/####
abort
User
store
#####
abort
Topic
store
### ### ### ###
abort
Port
store
active
inactive
abort
Broker
store
# ... #
abort
MQTT
store
# ... #
abort
Password
store
#####
abort
User
store
active
inactive
abort
Port
store
(action required)
abort
OPC UA
store
#####
abort
ResetPW
store
active
inactive
abort
Port
store
store
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17 MENU OVERVIEW
Update
##### ms
abort
store
QoS
QoS-0
QoS-1
QoS-2
Send
Unit
active
inactive
Mass Flow Rate
active
inactive
abort
store
abort
abort
Flow Velocity
Pressure
active
inactive
AdditInfos
active
inactive
AppStatistic
active
inactive
MassFlowRate
kg/h
kg/min
g/s
abort
abort
abort
Units
abort
FlowVelocity
m/s
fps
Volume
m
ft
L
VolFlowRate
m3/h
ft3/min
ft3/s
L/min
L/s
m3/min
abort
abort
Temperature
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store
store
store
store
store
store
store
kg (read only)
abort
Energy
store
3
abort
Mass
store
active
inactive
abort
Display
store
active
inactive
abort
Temperature
store
active
inactive
abort
Energy
store
active
inactive
abort
Mass
store
active
inactive
abort
Volume
store
active
inactive
abort
Vol Flow Rate
store
store
kWh (read only)
abort
store
°C
°F
abort
store
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MENU OVERVIEW 17
bar
psi
Pressure
abort
Pages
store
Disp 1 Top
Disp 1 Btm
Disp 2 Top
Mass Flow Rate
Pressure
Temperature
Energy
Mass
Volumetric Flow Rate
Volume
Flow Velocity
Disp 2 Btm
Disp 3 Top
Disp 3 Btm
Disp History
Rotation
Flow
store
SimOff
0% ... 100% (step of 10%)
abort
store
Temperature
SimOff
0% ... 100% (step of 10%)
Pressure
SimOff
0% ... 100% (step of 10%)
Flow
Medium
abort
abort
Measure
store
#_#_#_#
abort
Simulate
store
40%
60%
80%
100%
abort
Display Pin
store
Off
1min
2min
5min
10min
30min
60min
abort
Brightness
store
Off
1min
2min
5min
10min
30min
60min
abort
AutoOff
store
store
Air
Argon
Helium
CO2
Nitrogen
abort
RefCond
store
ISO8778
User Defined
ISO2533
ISO1217
DIN1945-1
DIN1343
ISO6358
abort
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store
0°
90°
180°
270°
abort
ScreenSaver
abort
store
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RefPress
## # bar
abort
0-Flow Off
## #
abort
0-Flow Cut
Filter
Mode
Filter
OFF
100ms
200ms
500ms
1s
2s
5s
10s
Offset
##.#°C
abort
abort
abort
SigQua1
SigQua2
SigQua3
SigQua4
store
store
store
### %
(read only)
abort
store
Dynamic charts:
Mass Flow Rate
Pressure
Temperature
Energy
Mass
Volumetric Flow Rate
Volume
Flow Velocity
abort
View
last Reset
(read only)
store
max, mean, min values:
Mass Flow Rate
Pressure
Temperature
Volumetric Flow Rate
Flow Velocity
abort
50
store
### %
(read only)
abort
Statistics
store
### %
(read only)
abort
7 days
store
### %
(read only)
abort
24 hours
store
OFF
100ms
200ms
500ms
1s
2s
5s
10s
Filter
60 min
store
## # bar
Offset
abort
History
store
Standard
(read only)
abort
SigQuality
store
OFF
100ms
200ms
500ms
1s
2s
5s
10s
abort
Temperature
store
## ##
abort
Pressure
store
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store
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MENU OVERVIEW 17
Reset
(action required)
abort
Counter
store
Mass (read only)
Volume (read only)
Energy (read only)
last Reset
(read only)
Reset
(action required)
Service
#_#_#_#
FactReset
(action required)
abort
System
abort
abort
store
store
store
SerialNumber
(read only)
DevTag
###
abort
AppTag
store
###
abort
store
FWVersion
(read only)
Calibration
(read only)
BLVersion
(read only)
HWVersion
(read only)
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80xxxxx/yyyy-mm-dd ∙ XX/XX (yyyy-mm) ∙ USmod 4c int48
Australia
Phone +61 (3) 9457 0600
1800 33 48 02 – tollfree
E-Mail sales@sick.com.au
Israel
Phone +972-4-6881000
E-Mail info@sick-sensors.com
South Korea
Phone +82 2 786 6321
E-Mail info@sickkorea.net
Italy
Phone +39 02 27 43 41
E-Mail info@sick.it
Spain
Phone +34 93 480 31 00
E-Mail info@sick.es
Japan
Phone +81 3 5309 2112
E-Mail support@sick.jp
Sweden
Phone +46 10 110 10 00
E-Mail info@sick.se
Malaysia
Phone +603-8080 7425
E-Mail enquiry.my@sick.com
Switzerland
Phone +41 41 619 29 39
E-Mail contact@sick.ch
Mexico
Phone +52 (472) 748 9451
E-Mail mario.garcia@sick.com
Taiwan
Phone +886-2-2375-6288
E-Mail sales@sick.com.tw
Netherlands
Phone +31 (0) 30 229 25 44
E-Mail info@sick.nl
Thailand
Phone +66 2 645 0009
E-Mail marcom.th@sick.com
Chile
Phone +56 (2) 2274 7430
E-Mail chile@sick.com
New Zealand
Phone +64 9 415 0459
0800 222 278 – tollfree
E-Mail sales@sick.co.nz
Turkey
Phone +90 (216) 528 50 00
E-Mail info@sick.com.tr
China
Phone +86 20 2882 3600
E-Mail info.china@sick.net.cn
Norway
Phone +47 67 81 50 00
E-Mail sick@sick.no
Denmark
Phone +45 45 82 64 00
E-Mail sick@sick.dk
Poland
Phone +48 22 539 41 00
E-Mail info@sick.pl
Finland
Phone +358-9-25 15 800
E-Mail sick@sick.fi
Romania
Phone +40 356-17 11 20
E-Mail office@sick.ro
France
Phone +33 1 64 62 35 00
E-Mail info@sick.fr
Russia
Phone +7 495 283 09 90
E-Mail info@sick.ru
Germany
Phone +49 (0) 2 11 53 01
E-Mail info@sick.de
Singapore
Phone +65 6744 3732
E-Mail sales.gsg@sick.com
Hong Kong
Phone +852 2153 6300
E-Mail ghk@sick.com.hk
Slovakia
Phone +421 482 901 201
E-Mail mail@sick-sk.sk
Hungary
Phone +36 1 371 2680
E-Mail ertekesites@sick.hu
Slovenia
Phone +386 591 78849
E-Mail office@sick.si
India
Phone +91-22-6119 8900
E-Mail info@sick-india.com
South Africa
Phone +27 (0)11 472 3733
E-Mail info@sickautomation.co.za
Austria
Phone +43 (0) 2236 62288-0
E-Mail office@sick.at
Belgium/Luxembourg
Phone +32 (0) 2 466 55 66
E-Mail info@sick.be
Brazil
Phone +55 11 3215-4900
E-Mail comercial@sick.com.br
Canada
Phone +1 905.771.1444
E-Mail cs.canada@sick.com
Czech Republic
Phone +420 2 57 91 18 50
E-Mail sick@sick.cz
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United Arab Emirates
Phone +971 (0) 4 88 65 878
E-Mail info@sick.ae
United Kingdom
Phone +44 (0)17278 31121
E-Mail info@sick.co.uk
USA
Phone +1 800.325.7425
E-Mail info@sick.com
Vietnam
Phone +65 6744 3732
E-Mail sales.gsg@sick.com
Further locations at www.sick.com
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