Bettis QC40 ASI Control module Installation Guide

Bettis QC40 ASI Control module Installation Guide
Installation guide
DOC.IG.QC40.1 Rev. 3
FieldQ Control Module
QC40 AS-Interface
FieldQ
FieldQ
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FieldQ
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DOC.IG.QC40.1 Rev. 3
Applicable Control Modules
QC40 - AS-Interface Weather proof IP66/
NEMA4X
QC40 - AS-Interface Non-Incendive
or Non Sparking
Note:
These variations can be equipped with one or two
pilot valves:
* One pilot valve is default and suitable for normal
operation of double acting or
spring return actuators.
* Two pilot valves are required for Fail in Last
Position function on double acting actuators.
The enclosures have a IP66 or NEMA 4X, ingress
protected rating.
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Before starting
* Actuator must be isolated both pneumatically
and electrically before any (dis)assembly
is begun.
* Hazards related to the control of external
processes under measurement, are beyond
the scope of of the content described in
this document.
* Installation, adjustment, putting into service,
use, assembly, disassembly and maintenance
of the control module must be done by
qualified personnel.
* Do not install, operate, or maintain a Q series
control module without being fully trained and
qualified in valve, actuator, and accessory
installation, operation, and maintenance.
* To avoid personal injury or property damage,
it is important to carefully read, understand,
and follow all of the contents of this manual,
including all safety cautions and warnings.
* Be sure that the actuator is correctly mounted
before connecting air supply and electrical
wiring (see Installation & Operation Manual
FieldQ Valve Actuator, DOC.IOM.Q.E)
* Check the module label for the right execution
(see figure 2.2)
* Check the type of actuator: single or double
acting (see figure 2.2).
* For mechanical installation of the module see
installation instruction leaflet DOC.QC4.MTI.1,
as shipped with the module.
* If you have any questions regarding these
instructions, contact your Emerson sales office
before proceeding as shipped with the module.
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Control Module Label =
2
QC40..WP.. = ASI
OK
QC40..x4..
= ASI Non Incendive /
Non Sparking
OK
Actuator Label =
QS xxxx = Single acting (Spring Return)
QD xxxx = Double acting
Note: x is variable based on the certification type.
Fig. 2.1 Check proper mounting before connecting air
supply and electrical wiring.
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Fig. 2.2 Identification
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Mechanical alignment and mounting of
the control module
(1)
The control module is equipped with an alignmentedge on top of the module.
This allows easy alignment and mounting of the
control module on to the actuator housing.
Alignment-edge
Alignment-edge
Procedure: (see figure 2.3)
1. First take care that both mating faces from the
actuator and control module are clean and free
of dirt.
2. Check if the module has the required function
3. Remove the transparent film from the
control module.
4. Ensure seals are placed correctly.
5. Level the screws with the surface.
6. Place the alignment-edge (1) of the control
module at the top of the pneumatic interface.
7. Flip the module down taking care that the IPT
Probe (2) on the actuator fits in the mating hole
on the control module and loosely place
the screws.
8. Tighten screws according force in sequence.
Tightening moments
IPT probe
(2)
Fig. 2.3 Alignment and mounting of control
module to actuator
The Control Module should be fastened by using an
Allen key and applying the following
tightening moments:
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Allen Key: No 5
Torque:
6.1 to 6.6 Nm
(54 - 58.4 In.lbs)
Terminal compartment with:
- AS-I cartridge and
- switch cartridge
Lockable
Control Module
Type Label
Option: 1 or 2 speed
control throttles
Module cover
Pneumatic connections
Option: Local Manual Control
Option: Additional Local Manual Control
for “Fail in Last Position”
Fig 2.4
Control module overview
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Pneumatic connections
IMPORTANT
1 The actuator/valve combination can move
after connecting the air supply.
2 Ensure that the QC40 control modules are
mounted properly to the actuator to achieve
good functioning and the required ingress
protection, before connecting the air supply.
3 Check that the maximum supply pressure
Pmax = 8bar/116Psi
4 Be sure that the minimum required supply
pressure for the application is available at
the actuator.
5 Take appropriate measures to prevent
condensation or moisture to entering the
actuator or the control module. Condensation
or moisture can damage these components
and can result in failures.
6 The exhaust ports Ra and Rb on the module
(see figure 3.1) are shipped from the factory
with transport protection.
* If ingress protection IP66 or NEMA 4X is
required, appropriate connections must be
used in exhaust ports Ra & Rb.
3.1
*
*
*
*
Ra
Control
Ps
Module cover
1/4” BSP or
1/4” NPT
Double acting
Ra
Rb
Ps
1/4” BSP or
1/4” NPT
Fig. 3.1 Pneumatic connections
Operating media :
Air or inert gasses.
Air filtered at 50μm.
Dew point 10 K below operating temperature.
For subzero applications take
appropriate measures.
3.2
50µm
Single acting (spring return) or Double
acting actuator :
1 Remove the transport sticker from the
air supply (Ps).
2 Connect air supply to port (Ps).
4
Single acting
OK
Fig 3.2
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Electric Connections
Table 4.1 Electrical data QC40 - ASI
Protocol
AS-Interface Spec3.0
Maximum Voltage 31.6V
Minimum Current
34mA at 26.5V
(pilot valves off)
Nominal Current
(one pilot valve
activated)
85mA at 26.5V
Maximum Current
Consumption
125mA at 26.5V
(one pilot valve
application)
Maximum Current
Consumption
140mA at 26.5V
(two pilot valves
application)
Protection
Short circuit detection
Note:
The current consumption of feedback switches is included.
Check the product data sheet for one or two pilot valves application.
Environmental conditions :
Ambient: -25°C to +60°C
Temperature *
(-4°F to +140°F)
Maximum Surface: 80°C (176°F)
0 to 85% at 25°C(+77°F) derate
Humidity
to 50% above 40°C (104°F)
(non-condensing).
Operating full power available
Altitude
up to 2000 meter (6000 feet).
Use
In- and outdoor.
* In case the Control module is used in Hazardous
locations, check the Control Drawings as per
chapter 10 for the applicable temperature range.
* The current restricted power supply meets NEC
Class 2, as described by the National Electrical
Code® (ANSI/NFPA 70 (NEC®))
Table 4.2 Wiring dimensions
Wire type:
Dimensions:
Cable range
0.33 - 2.5mm2 or 22 - 12AWG
Please check www.as-interface.net for various
application guides like installation and wiring
guidelines.
Table 4.3 Tools
Screw:
Terminals
Earth screws
Tool:
Screw driver: 0.6 x 3.5
Screw driver for cross slotted
Phillips screws nr. 2.
WARNING:
* If the Control Module is used in a manner not
specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
* If required, mount earth wire (1) between top
(2) and bottom (3) ring of earth wire
connection (see figure 4.1).
4.1
Electrical data for hazardous area
executions
Please check chapter 10 for electrical data and
instructions in case an “Non Incendive/Non Sparking”
Control Module is used in hazardous locations
(Zone 2 or Class I Div.2).
Fig. 4.1 Earth wire connections
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Procedure
Control Module
Terminal
compartment
1 Remove Control Module cover (see figure 4.2).
2 Guide the cable(s) through the electrical
entry(ies).
- Use and mount cable glands as required by
national or local legislation.
Type Label
Lockable
Module cover
- When IP66/NEMA4X ingress protection is
required, the electrical entries must be fitted
with glands rated IP66/NEMA4X or higher.
3 Make the electrical connections as shown in
figure 4.3.
- For hazardous area connections, see the
instructions in chapter 10
Electrical entries:
3/4”NPT
or M20
- Quick connectors, as shown below, are allowed
to be used only for non-explosion safety
product application
4 Mount the function module cover to the housing
(see figure 4.2) or continue with chapter 5. Take
care that the cover seal is in place to comply to
dust and water tightness according to IP66 /
NEMA4X.
LED’s for Fault, Power,
Open and Close position
FAULT
POWER
1/2”NPT
or M20
Wiring Terminals
Fig. 4.2 Terminal connections behind cover.
AS-I terminal wiring connections:
QC40 AS-I control module
Field wiring
Actuator wiring
+ 1
AS-I
Power
2
- 3
supply
Note: Terminal 2 can be used for shield.
Quick connector pinouts:
(male chassis part)
1
3
4
1
2
4
2
7/8" UNC
1
3
3
M12
Brown
Blue
1
2
3
Quick
Terminals
connector option
Connect only the brown and
blue wires. Where applicable,
cut away unused wires.
Fig. 4.3 Terminal connections and quick
connector pinouts
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Commissioning
In order to commission the QC40 ASI Control
Module, the following actions must be considered
or done:
5.1.2 Before re-adjusting the limit switch points
1 Re-adjustment of the limit switch points if the
factory setting do not meet the application
requirements
2 Addressing of the QC40 ASI Control Module
* Before mounting the actuator on the valve, be
sure that both the actuator and the valve have
the same “open” or “closed” position.
* Set the Mechanical stroke before setting the
limit switches.
5.1
Re-adjustment of the limit switch points
5.1.1 Factory switch point settings
Mechanical stroke:
90°±0.5° (Actuator setting)
Switch points:
± 15° before each end of
stroke (open and closed
position, see fig 5.1).
Adjustable range:
-20° to +3° at each end.
20° 3°
Switch points
IMPORTANT
5.1.3 Pneumatic and electrical connections
Make pneumatic and electrical connections before
adjusting the limit switch setting.
See chapter 3 and 4.
5.1.4 Switch point setting and valve
rotation direction.
The QC40 ASI Control Module is equipped with
non-intrusive switch point adjustment. The
adjustment screws are accessible behind a shield in
the front of the module (see fig 5.2).
This means that the switch point adjustment can be
done without opening the module.
Closed
90°
Normally valves are “Closed” after a
clock wise rotation.
-
20°
Open
3°
Fig. 5.1 Adjustable range
If required the mechanical stroke and the limit
switch setting can be re-adjusted.
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For mechanical stroke adjustment of the actuator,
please see document DOC.IOM.Q.E, available
from www.emerson.com/fieldq.
For re-adjusting the limit switches,
see procedure below.
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In this case the top adjustment screw (see
fig. 5.2), sets the switch point of the “Closed”
position and bottom adjustment screw sets the
switch point of the “Open” position.
For a valve that is “Open” after a clock wise
rotation, the position feedback will be reversed.
The table below indicates which re-adjustment
screw is related to the “Open” or “Closed” switch
point setting.
Table 5.1 Re-adjustment screws
Re-adjustment
screw :
Bottom
Top
Valve movement
“Close” after
“Open” after
a clock wise
a clock wise
rotation
rotation
Open position Close position
Close position Open position
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The lever is of the “floating” type. When the IPT
device operates the lever, it moves completely
upwards until it meets the upper pivot block (4). At
this point the lever will tip over and pull down the
switch operating rod (5) and operates the
bottom switch (7). When the IPT device moves
back the springs cause the lever to move
completely downwards until it meets the lower
pivot block (2). At this point the lever will tip over
and push up the switch operating rod (5) and
operates the top switch (8).
5.1.5 Working principles Switch Operating
Mechanism (see fig 5.2)
The Switch Operating Mechanism is intend to
operate the position feedback switches and allows
adjustment of the switch points in the open and
closed end positions. Factory setting is that the
switches are activated 15° before the end of the
open and closed stroke.
Switch Operation
The rotation of the actuators pinion operates the
IPT device (1) which results in a linear movement.
The linear movement of the IPT device operates
lever (3). The lever amplifies the linear movement
of the IPT device and operates the switch operating
rod (5). Dowel pin (6) in the rod operated the levers
of the open and closed switch elements (8 & 9).
Switch point adjustment
The position of the lower pivot block (2) can be
changed by adjustment screw (10) and the position
of the upper pivot block (4) can be changed by
adjustment screw (9).
By adjusting the position of these pivot blocks the
switch points will be changed.
The adjustment screws (9 & 10) can be found
behind the shield (12) in front of the module. To
access the adjustment screws loosen the screw (11)
and rotate the shield (12) as shown.
6
7
9
4
3
2
5
1
Fig. 5.2 Working principles Switch Operating Mechanism
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5.1.6 Re-adjustment of switch points
IMPORTANT
The procedure below assumes:
- That the actuator and control modules are
according the factory settings.
- If the switch setting is somehow lost or forgotten,
then consult paragraph 6.3 to set the switch point
setting back to factory setting.
- That the actuator / valve assembly is closed
after a clock wise rotation (see chapter 5.1.4).
Below procedure assures that the position feedback
complies more accurately with the valve position
and will set the switch point at approximately 4°
before the end of the stroke.
To set and detect the Open or Closed switch points,
the QC40 AS-I module has two LED’s that light
up if the Open or Closed position limit switch is
activated.
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7. Turn bottom screw (4) counter clock wise
(do not force the adjustment screw) until the
switch trips and the corresponding LED (6) goes
on. This position represents the actual “open”
position of the valve.
8. Turn the screw minimal a 1/2 turn counter clock
wise. The “open” position switch point is now set.
9. Turn the shield (2) back over the adjustment
screws and fasten it with the screw (1).
Important:
During switch point adjustment, do not force the
adjustment screws when you feel an obstruction.
Forcing the adjustment screws can damage the
cross head of the adjustment screw.
Table 5.2 Tool table
Shield screw
Adjustment screws
Cross slotted Phillips nr. PH2
0.6 x 3.5 or
Cross slotted Phillips nr. PH2
Procedure (see fig 5.3):
1. Loosen the screw (1) of the shield (2) and turn
the shield down.
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Closed Position:
5. Send an “Open” command to the ASI module,
wait and make sure the valve has moved to open
position.
6. Turn bottom screw (4) clock wise (do not force
the adjustment screw) until the switch trips
and the corresponding LED (6) goes out.
POWER
3
2. Send an “Close” command to the ASI module,
wait and make sure the valve has moved to
closed position.
3. Turn top screw (3) counter clock wise (do not
force the adjustment screw) until the switch
trips and the corresponding LED (5) goes out.
4. Turn top screw (3) clock wise (do not force the
adjustment screw) until the switch trips and
the corresponding LED (5) goes on. This position
represents the actual, mechanical “closed”
position of the valve.
5. Turn the screw minimal a 1/2 turn clock wise.
The “closed” position switch point is now set.
Open Position:
FAULT
6
4
1
2
“Closed”
FAULT
Switch point adjustment
POWER
5
FAULT
POWER
6
“Open”
Switch point adjustment
Note:
360° rotation of adjustment screw is
±8° adjustment of switch point.
Fig. 5.3 Re-adjustment screws for “Open” and
“Closed” position feedback
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Addressing
5.2.2 Diagnostics
The QC40 ASI module supports the ASI-3 profile.
When a module ships from the factory, it has the
slave address “0”.
The slave address can be changed using a master
device. Please check the applicable sections of the
documentation supplied with these devices.
Table 5.2.1
Factory address
IO-Code
ID-Code
Programming notes:
00 EID1
6 EID2
A Parameter
-
7
E
00
The ASI communications watchdog is activated.
The control electronics in the module are
monitored for short circuit.
Diagnostics information is communicated via
ASI slave status LEDs and Master (see table 3)
Red
Green
Q-Series data bits
Type
D0
Bi-directional
D1
Bi-directional
D2
D3
Bi-directional
Bi-directional
Table 5.2.2
Symptom
Normal
operation
Functions
DI’s
Feedback
“Closed”
Feedback
“Open”
Not used
Not used
DO’s
Solenoid 2
Control
Solenoid 1
Control
POWER
FAULT
POWER
Fig. 5.4 ASI slave status LEDs
ASI slave status LEDs (see figure 5.4)
Indication at
the slave LEDs
Flags in the master Possible reason
Green
Red
Config.
Error
Periphery
Fault
On
Off
reset
reset
Everything OK
On
On
set
reset
Master in STOP Mode
undefined
Short circuit or line
break
No data
exchanges
Serious
peripheral error On
with reset
10
FAULT
Blinking set
Suggested action
-/Check master
configuration
“Slave not in LPS
Slave with wrong IO/ID Check slave
Reset at Slave active
configuration
Slave address = 0”
Contact Emerson
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5.3
Check operation
5.3.1 Default (single) pilot valve operation
1. For function test, the unit must be connected to
an ASI master device or an ASI gateway.
2. Connect pressure according chapter 3 and the
ASI bus signal according chapter 4.
3. For sending the “Open” or “Closed” command,
check the applicable sections of the
documentation supplied with the ASI master
device or the ASI gateway.
4. Send an “Open” command to the Solenoid 1 DO
(Data bit D1) of the ASI module.
5. Actuator moves to “Open” position.
6. Send an “Close” command to the Solenoid 1 DO
(Data bit D1) of the ASI module.
7. Actuator moves to “Closed” position.
8. Mount the Control Module cover to the housing
(see figure 3.1).
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5.3.2 Dual pilot valve (Fail in Last Position)
operatation
Important:
The QC40 ASI Control module with Dual Pilot valves
has only the Fail-in-Last-Position function when the
module is mouted to a double acting actuator.
1. For function test, the unit must be connected to
an ASI master device or an ASI gateway.
2. Connect pressure according chapter 3 and the
ASI bus signal according chapter 4.
3. For sending the “Open” or “Closed” command,
check the applicable sections of the
documentation supplied with the ASI master
device or the ASI gateway.
4. Send an “Open” command to the Solenoid 1
DO (Data bit D1) of the ASI module while “Close”
command to Solenoid 2 DO (Data bit D0).
5. Actuator moves to “Open” position.
6. Remove the ASI wiring from the module
terminals.
7. The double acting actuator should not rotate.
8. Re-connect the ASI bus signal according
chapter 4.
9. Send an “Open” command to the Solenoid 2
DO (Data bit D0) of the ASI module while “Close”
command to Solenoid 1DO (Data bit D1).
10.Actuator moves to “Closed” position.
11.Remove the ASI wiring from the
module terminals.
12.The double acting actuator should not rotate.
13.Mount the Control Module cover to the housing
(see figure 3.1).
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Trouble shooting
6.1
The “Open” and “Closed” position
feedback signals are reversed from the
actual valve positions.
1 Check if the actuator is correctly mounted to
the valve.
Before mounting the actuator on the valve, the
actuator and the valve should have the same
“open” or ‘closed” position (see Installation &
Operation Manual FieldQ Valve
Actuator DOC.IOM.Q.E).
2 Some valves may be operated in such a way that
they are:
- “Open” after a clock wise rotation and
-
“Closed” after a clock wise rotation.
3 Please see § 5.1 for setting the “Open” and
“Closed” position feedback signals
6.2
The actuator does not give (good)
position feedback signals.
1 Check if the actuator is correctly mounted to
the valve.
2 Re-adjust the limit switch setting as per
chapter § 5.1
6.3
Factory setting of the switch points.
IMPORTANT
The procedure below assumes:
- That the actuator / valve assembly is closed
after a clock wise rotation (see also § 5.1).
- The control module is pneumatically and
electrically connected according
chapter 3 and 4.
This procedure sets the switch point settings of the
switches, back to the factory settings (±15° before
each end of stroke), assuming a mechanical stroke
of 90°±0.5° of the actuator.
To set and detect the Open or Closed switch points,
the QC40 AS-I module has two LED’s that light
up if the Open or Closed position limit switch is
activated.
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Procedure (see fig 5.3):
1. Loosen the screw (1) of the shield (2) and turn
the shield down.
Closed Position:
2. Send an “Close” command to the ASI module.
3. Turn top screw (3) counter clock wise maximum
20 turns, (do not force the adjustment screw)
until the switch trips and the corresponding LED
(5) goes out.
4. Turn top screw (3) clock wise 1 3/4 turn (do not
force the adjustment screw). The “closed”
position switch point is now set to factory setting.
Open Position:
5. Send an “Open” command to the ASI module.
6. Turn bottom screw (4) clock wise maximum 20
turns, (do not force the adjustment screw)
until the switch trips and the corresponding LED
(6) goes out.
7. Turn bottom screw (4) counter clock wise 1 3/4
turn (do not force the adjustment screw) The
“open” position switch point is now set to
factory setting.
8. Turn the shield (2) back over the adjustment
screws and fasten it with the screw (1).
Important: Do not force the adjustment
screws
During switch point adjustment, do not force the
adjustment screws when you feel an obstruction.
Forcing the adjustment screws can damage the
cross head of the adjustment screw.
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Maintenance
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The FieldQ control modules are designed to operate
without maintenance. For any further maintenance
to the actuator see Installation & Operation Manual
FieldQ Valve Actuator, DOC.IOM.Q.E or contact
your local FieldQ representative.
Installation, adjustment, putting into service, use,
assembly, disassembly, maintenance and repair of
the control module must be done by
qualified personnel.
For any further maintenance to the control module
see Maintenance Manual, DOC.MM.QC40.E or
contact your local FieldQ representative.
Installation, adjustment, putting into service, use,
assembly, disassembly, maintenance and repair of
the control module must be done by the
qualified personnel.
! WARNING
• Substitution of components may impair
suitability of the equipment
Optional Controls
8.1
Manual Control options
(see figure 8.1)
For commissioning, emergency or maintenance
purposes, the FieldQ can be supplied with one or two
Manual Control options. These can operate the spool
valve(s) inside the module and as such operate the
actuator, when there is air pressure available, but no
control signal or power supply.
8.1.1 Mounting Manual Control
1 To add a Manual Control, remove the plug(s) in
front of the module and turn in the
Manual Control.
- For normal operation the module should be
fitted with one Manual Control.
-
For Double Acting with a Fail-in-Last-Position
function, two Manual Control can be fitted.
8.1.2 Manual Control operation
1 The Manual Control has a
“Push & Lock” function:
- To operate the Manual Control, use a screw
driver, push to activate and release to
de-activate the pilot valves.
-
If required turn it 45°, to lock it in position
and keep the actuator in its operated state.
2 In case of a Fail in Last Position configuration
with two manual controls:
- The manual control on the right side (default
location) will pressurize the central air
chamber and cause the actuator to rotate
counter clock wise. For reverse acting
FieldQ actuators (Assembly code CC) the
actuator will rotate clock wise.
Location for 2nd
Manual Control
-
The manual control on the left side (Location
for 2nd Manual Control) will pressurize the
end cap air chambers and cause the actuator
to rotate clock wise. For reverse acting FieldQ
actuators (Assembly code CC) the actuator
will rotate counter clock wise.
-
In order to operate one of the manual
control, be sure the opposite manual control
is de-activated and unlocked.
Lock
45°
Unlock
On
Default location
of Manual Control
Off
Fig. 8.1 Local Manual Control options
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8.2
Speed control option
Other documents containing information related to
the FieldQ Module include:
(see figure 8.2)
The FieldQ can be supplied with a Speed Control
option. One throttle is required for Spring Return
actuators and up to two for
Double Acting actuators.
The speed control throttle controls the air flow in
and out of an air chamber and as such limits the
speed of the “Opening” and “Closing”
stroke simultaneously.
8.2.1 Mounting Speed Control throttle(s):
1 Remove the plug(s) at the side of the module
and turn in the throttle (1).
2 Spring Return actuators: Use the top entry only.
3 Double acting actuators: Use both bottom and
top entries.
- For standard actuators, the top entry will
throttle the closing stroke.
-
For standard actuators, the bottom entry will
throttle the opening stroke.
-
For reverse acting actuators, the opposite
strokes will be throttled.
8.2.2 Adjusting Speed Control throttle(s):
1 Remove the nut cap (2).
2 Clockwise rotation of the adjustment screw
reduces the speed.
3 Counter clockwise rotation of the adjustment
screw increases the speed.
4 Replace the nut cap.
Spring Return:
Top entry only.
Double Acting:
Bottom and/or top
entries.
2
Fig. 8.2 Speed control operation
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Related Information
1
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1.604.13: QC40 AS-I Control Module data sheets
DOC.IOM.Q.E: Installation Operation &
Maintenance Manual.
These documents are available, in multiple
languages, for download go to
www.emerson.com/fieldq
9.1
Applied IECEx standards
The following standards are applied:
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For FieldQ Control Module QC40...P4... ,
IEC 60079-0
Ed. 6.0 : 2011
IEC 60079-15 Ed. 4.0 : 2010
IEC 60079-31 Ed. 2.0 : 2013
9.2
RoHS Directive
This product is only intended for use in large
scale fixed installation excluded from the scope
of Directive 2011/65/EU on the restriction of
the use of certain hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS 2).
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10 EU Declaration of Conformity
Legal representative entity for the
European Union:
Emerson Process Management, Valve Automation
Asveldweg 11, 7556 BR Hengelo Netherlands
ROC nr 8460
Rev. 0
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EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Issued in accordance with the
EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, Appendix 1
ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU
We hereby declare, that the products specified below meet the basic health and safety requirements of the
above mentioned European Directives.
Product description:
Serial number:
Year of Construction:
Manufacturer:
QC40 AS-I Control module
Each Control module has an identifiable serial number
Each Control module has an identifiable Year of Construction
Emerson Machinery Equipment (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd.
Bao Heng Technology Industry Park Phase 2, North
Hong Lang 2nd Road District 68, Bao’an District,
518101 Shenzhen, China
EMC Directive 2014/30/EU
Types:
Applicable standards:
QC40...
IEC61326-1 : 2012
NAMUR Recommendations : NE21: 2004
ATEX DIRECTIVE
Types:
ATEX Certificate No.:
Marking:
Applicable standards:
Notified body:
EN
QC40...P4...
DEKRA 16ATEX0098 X
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
Ta = -25°C ... +60°C
EN 60079-0 : 2012 + A11:2013 EN 60079-15:2010
DEKRA Certification B.V., Notified body no : 0344
Meander 1051, 6825 MJ Arnhem, The Netherlands
EN 60079-31:2014
Signed:
Name:
Position:
____________________________
S. Ooi
Vice President, Global Marketing
& Pneumatic/Hydraulic SBU
Emerson, Actuation Technologies
Date:
Place:
2016-11-25
Houston TX, U.S.A.
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11 QC40 ASI Smart Modules Non Incendive / Non sparking
11.2 ATEX / IECEx Intended use
11.1 Product marking
IECEx
Hazardous or Classified Location
Certificate No.: DEK 16.0061 X
Non-Sparking
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
ATEX
Hazardous or Classified Location
Certificate No.: DEKRA 16ATEX0100 X
Non-Sparking
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
FM
• The Control Module QC40..P4.. of the
FieldQ pneumatic actuator is a Group II category
3G (ATEX) equipment with protection level
Gc (IECEx).
• The FieldQ pneumatic actuators is a Group II
category 2 equipment.
• Both are intended for use in areas in which
explosive atmospheres caused by mixtures of air
and gases, vapors, mists or by air/dusts are likely
to occur.
• Therefore the assembly may be used in
hazardous area classified Zones 2 (Gasses)
and/or 21, 22 (Dust).
11.3 Safety instructions
Hazardous or Classified Location
Non Incendive
- Class I, II, III, Division 2,
Groups ABCDEFG, T4
- Class 1, Zone 2, Group IIC T4
CSA
Hazardous or Classified Location
Certificate No.: CSA 17CA70125362X
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D, T4;
Class II, Division 1, Group E, F and G, T80°C;
Class III, Division 1, T80°C
Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc
Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
Ambient temperature:
T4 @ Ta = -25°C...+60°C IP66/Nema 4X
! WARNING
• Personal injury or property damage caused
by fire or explosion may occur if the module
is opened in any area which contains a
potentially explosive atmosphere or has been
classified as hazardous.
• Do not open when module is energized.
• Prevent any kind ignition during installation,
adjustment, putting into service and use.
• Assembly, disassembly and maintenance
must be done in safe area’s without a
potential explosion hazard.
• Installation, adjustment, putting into service,
use, assembly, disassembly and maintenance
or repair, shall be carried out in accordance
with the applicable code of practice by
suitably-trained personnel.
• Provisions must be made to prevent the
rated supply voltage being exceeded by
more than 40%.
Terminals
Lockable
cover
Do not open when
energized
Fig 11.1 Product marking
16
Type plate
• Potential electrostatic charging hazard, clean
only with a damp cloth - danger of
propagating discharge.
• The apparatus shall be installed in such a way
that the risk from electrostatic discharges
and propagating brush discharges caused by
rapid flow of dust is avoided.
• Precaution shall be taken to avoid danger of
ignition due to electrostatic charges on the
marking plate of the enclosure.
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• Substitution of electronics cartridge, switch
cartridge, pilot valve cartridge, pneumatic
cartridge, enclosure and seals must be with
parts from Emerson else the suitability for
Division 2 will be impaired.
11.4 CSA safety instructions
• The equipment may be used in zones 2 with
•
•
•
•
flammable gases and vapours with apparatus
groups IIA, IIB & IIC and with temperature
classes T1, T2, T3, T4.
The equipment may be used in zones 21 &
22 with flammable dusts, fibres and flyings in
groups IIIA, IIB and IIC, with a layer autoignition temperature of not less than 75 K
above the maximum surface temperature
marked in the dust coding.
There are no special checking or maintenance
conditions other than a periodic check.
With regard to explosion safety, it is not
necessary to check for correct operation.
If the equipment is likely to come into contact
with aggressive substances, e.g. acidic liquids
or gases that may attack metals or solvents
that may affect polymeric materials, then it is
the responsibility of the user to take
suitable precautions that prevent it from
being adversely affected thus ensuring that
the type of protection is not compromised.
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11.5 Wiring instructions QC40 Non Incendive / Non Sparking
Protocol
AS-Interface Spec3.0
Maximum Voltage 31.6V
Minimum Current
34mA at 26.5V
(pilot valves off)
Nominal Current
(one pilot valve
85mA at 26.5V
activated)
Maximum Current
Consumption
125mA at 26.5V
(one pilot valve
application)
Maximum Current
Consumption
140mA at 26.5V
(two pilot valves
application)
Protection
Short circuit detection
* The current restricted power supply meets NEC
Class 2, as described by the National Electrical
Code® (ANSI/NFPA 70 (NEC®))
Terminal connections
Unclassified or Non
Hazardous Location
AS-I
power
supply
Hazardous or
Classified Location
+ 1
2
- 3
Warning
* Explosion hazard. Do not disconnect
equipment when a flammable or
combustible atmosphere is present.
* Use installation wiring connections
with admitted maximum operating
temperature of at least 20 ºC (68°F)
higher than maximum ambient.
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