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Supplemental Manual for Brooks

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Essential Instructions

Read before proceeding!

Brooks Instrument designs, manufactures and tests its products to meet many national and international standards. These products must be properly installed, operated and maintained to ensure they continue to operate within their normal specifications. The following instructions must be adhered to and integrated into your safety program when installing, operating and maintaining Brooks Instrument products.

• To ensure proper performance, use qualified personnel to install, operate, update, program and maintain the product.

• Read all instructions prior to installing, operating and servicing the product. If this instruction manual is not the correct manual, please see back cover for local sales office contact information. Save this instruction manual for future reference.

WARNING: Do not operate this instrument in excess of the specifications listed in the Instruction and Operation Manual. Failure to heed this warning can result in serious personal injury and / or damage to the equipment.

• If you do not understand any of the instructions, contact your Brooks Instrument representative for clarification.

• Follow all warnings, cautions and instructions marked on and supplied with the product.

WARNING: Prior to installation ensure this instrument has the required approval ratings to meet local and national codes. Failure to heed this warning can result in serious personal injury and / or damage to the equipment.

• Install your equipment as specified in the installation instructions of the appropriate instruction manual and per applicable local and national codes.

Connect all products to the proper electrical and pressure sources.

• Operation: (1) Slowly initiate flow into the system. Open process valves slowly to avoid flow surges. (2) Check for leaks around the flow meter inlet and outlet connections. If no leaks are present, bring the system up to the operating pressure.

• Please make sure that the process line pressure is removed prior to service. When replacement parts are required, ensure that qualified people use replacement parts specified by Brooks Instrument. Unauthorized parts and procedures can affect the product's performance and place the safe operation of your process at risk. Look-alike substitutions may result in fire, electrical hazards or improper operation.

• Ensure that all equipment doors are closed and protective covers are in place to prevent electrical shock and personal injury, except when maintenance is being performed by qualified persons.

WARNING: For liquid flow devices, if the inlet and outlet valves adjacent to the devices are to be closed for any reason, the devices must be completely drained. Failure to do so may result in thermal expansion of the liquid that can rupture the device and may cause personal injury.

European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)

All pressure equipment with an internal pressure greater than 0.5 bar (g) and a size larger than 25mm or 1" (inch) falls under the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).

• The Specifications Section of this manual contains instructions related to the PED directive.

• Products described in this manual are in compliance with EN directive 2014/34/EU.

• All Brooks Instrument Flowmeters fall under fluid group 1.

• Products larger than 25mm or 1" (inch) are in compliance with PED category I, II or III.

• Products of 25mm or 1" (inch) or smaller are Sound Engineering Practice (SEP).

European Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

The Brooks Instrument (electric/electronic) equipment bearing the CE mark has been successfully tested to the regulations of the Electro Magnetic

Compatibility (EMC directive 2014/30/EU).

Special attention however is required when selecting the signal cable to be used with CE marked equipment.

Quality of the signal cable, cable glands and connectors:

Brooks Instrument supplies high quality cable(s) which meets the specifications for CE certification.

If you provide your own signal cable you should use a cable which is overall completely screened with a 100% shield.

“D” or “Circular” type connectors used should be shielded with a metal shield. If applicable, metal cable glands must be used providing cable screen clamping.

The cable screen should be connected to the metal shell or gland and shielded at both ends over 360 Degrees.

The shield should be terminated to an earth ground.

Card Edge Connectors are standard non-metallic. The cables used must be screened with 100% shield to comply with CE certification.

The shield should be terminated to an earth ground.

For pin configuration : Please refer to the enclosed Instruction Manual.

ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)

CAUTION: This instrument contains electronic components that are susceptible to damage by static electricity. Proper handling procedures must be observed during the removal, installation or other handling of internal circuit boards or devices.

Handling Procedure:

1.

Power to unit must be removed.

2.

Personnel must be grounded, via a wrist strap or other safe, suitable means before any printed circuit card or other internal device is installed, removed or adjusted.

3.

Printed circuit cards must be transported in a conductive container. Boards must not be removed from protective enclosure until immediately before installation. Removed boards must immediately be placed in protective container for transport, storage or return to factory.

Comments

This instrument is not unique in its content of ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive components. Most modern electronic designs contain components that utilize metal oxide technology (NMOS, SMOS, etc.). Experience has proven that even small amounts of static electricity can damage or destroy these devices. Damaged components, even though they appear to function properly, exhibit early failure.

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Dear Customer,

We appreciate this opportunity to service your flow measurement and control requirements with an integrated system from Brooks Instrument. Every day, flow customers all over the world turn to Brooks Instrument for solutions to their gas and liquid low-flow applications. Brooks provides an array of flow measurement and control products for various industries from biopharmaceuticals, oil and gas, fuel cell research and chemicals, to medical devices, analytical instrumentation, semiconductor manufacturing, and more.

The Brooks product you have just received is of the highest quality available, offering superior performance, reliability and value to the user. It is designed with the ever changing process conditions, accuracy requirements and hostile process environments in mind to provide you with a lifetime of dependable service.

We recommend that you read this manual in its entirety. Should you require any additional information concerning

Brooks products and services, please contact your local Brooks Sales and Service Office listed on the back cover of this manual or visit www.BrooksInstrument.com

Yours sincerely,

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Section 1 Introduction

1.1

Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 1-1

Section 2 Installation

2.1

Installation ..................................................................................................................................... 2-1

Section 3 F

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Fieldbus Data

3.1

F

OUNDATION

Fieldbus Data .............................................................................................................. 3-1

Section 4 Getting Started

4.1

Getting Started .............................................................................................................................. 4-1

Section 5 Transducer Blocks

5.

Transducer Blocks ......................................................................................................................... 5-1

5.1

5.2

Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 5-1

Analog Input Transducer Block ...................................................................................................... 5-1

Section 6 F

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Fieldbus Guidelines

6 F

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Fieldbus Guidelines ..................................................................................................... 6-1

6.1

6.2

General Network Installation Guidelines ......................................................................................... 6-1

F

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Fieldbus Interface Set-up Reference ............................................................................ 6-5

Warranty, Local Sales/Service Contact Information

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Table

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5-1 Parameters of the Analog Input Transducer Block ......................................................................... 5-1 i

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Introduction

Section 1 Introduction

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This document will provide an overview of FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus software interface for Brooks Instrument Variable Area Flowmeters model

MT3809G with FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus transmitter. This document describes the function and transducer blocks along with grids that show the available parameters.

This document is a supplement to the Metal Tube Variable Area

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Installation

Section 2 Installation

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Carefully read and follow the instructions for installation and operation given in the Metal Tube Variable Area Flowmeters Installation and

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Hardware Identification

Manufacturer

Model (Device Name)

Type of Device

Manufacturer ID

Device Type ID

Device Revision

Physical layer

Brooks Instrument

MT38xx

Metal Tube Variable Area Flowmeter

0x000246

0x2000

041

H1

Quiescent Current Draw (mA) 12 mA

Data Blocks

1x Analog Input Function Block (1-AI)

1x Integrator Function Block (1-IT)

1x Analog Input Transducer Block (1-AITB)

1x Resource Block (1-RB2)

VCRs

ITK

Registration

1x Diagnostics Transducer Block (1-DiagTB)

Support up 24

ITK6

Registered by FieldComm

The 38xx flow meter contains two function blocks and three transducer blocks. The two function blocks are the analog input (AI) and the integrator block (IT). The three supported transducer blocks are the resource block, diagnostic block and the analog input transducer block.

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Section 4 Getting Started

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4.1

Getting Started

DD files are needed to operate the F

OUNDATION

Fieldbus.

The DD files for the MT38xx FF can be found on website www.fieldbus.org

Find the files under <End User Resources>, then <Registered Products>, choose for manufacturer <Brooks Instrument> and for Category <Flow>, then <Search>.

From here you can open either SLA Series, or MT38xx, and download the

DD files.

The Analog Input (AI) and Intergrator (IT) blocks are standard F

OUNDATION

Fieldbus blocks and can be configured with any F

OUNDATION

Fieldbus configuration tool. Each of those blocks contain an output parameter that contains the output value of the block.

Configure Analog Input (AI) block for live measurement

In case of the AI block the output can be configured to use the primary value of the analog transducer block. The primary value is the default and used output for the flow value. To configure the output of the analog input such that the actual calculated flow is directly set to the output without any scaling, a minimum configuration of the following three parameters is necessary:

Parameter Value

XD_SCALE.UNITS_INDEX

% (1342)

CHANNEL

L_TYPE

Flow Channel

Indirect

Remark

This is the only possible value for this parameter

This is the only possible value for this parameter

This is the only supported value, other values which can be chosen will return a write error condition

Once the configuration above is completed, the flow value will be written to the out parameter when the AI block is given an execution time on the bus.

When an execution time is assigned for the AI block it is possible to set the mode of the AI block to AUTO and will the flow be written to the out parameter.

Integrator (IT) block

The IT block can be configured with a foundation fieldbus configuration application to connect the out parameter of the AI block to the in parameter of the IT block.

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5 Transducer Blocks

5.1

Overview

Section 5 Transducer Blocks

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The 38xx flow meter contains three transducer blocks which contain configuration and status information of the device:

Resource block

: The resource block is used for foundation fieldbus standard parameters. In this block it is possible to do a reset of the device, read status of the none-volatile memory, field diagnostics etc.

.

Diagnosis block:

The diagnosis block is an extra transducer block to monitor the fieldbus controller and the fieldbus itself. The diagnosis block can return information about bus errors, fatal errors etc.

Analog Input Transducer block

: The analog input transducer block is the transducer block which contains every parameter necessary to configure and control the flow meter. The parameters are divided in views for an organized list of the parameters. With those parameters the calibration, the totalizer, the output alarms and the other functions can be set and viewed.

The parameter structure of the Analog Input Transducer block is specifically defined for the Brooks Instrument VA Flowmeter. A detailed decription of the block follows in the next section.

5.2

Analog Input Transducer Block

The following table lists and describes the parameters of the Analog Input

Transducer Block.

Table 5-1

Parameters of the Analog Input Transducer Block

Parameter Name

1 ST_REV

2 TAG_DESC

3 STRATEGY

4 ALERT_KEY

5 MODE_BLK

5 1 MODE_BLK.TARGET

5

5

2 MODE_BLK.ACTUAL

3 MODE_BLK.PERMITTED

Description

Revision number. This number will be incremented when a static parameter is changed

User description tag of this block

Can be used to indentify grouping of blocks. This value is not used by the block itself

Identification number of the plant unit. This information may be used in the host for sorting alarms etc.

The actual, target, permitted and normal modes for this block

Oct

The target mode for this block

This is the current mode of this block

Contains the modes which are allowed for this block

Valid Values

0 to 255

Max 32 digits

Bit String

Bit String

Bit String x None x

OOS x

Auto x Cas x RCas x

ROut x None x

OOS x Auto x OOS x

Auto

Initialized

Value

0 blanks

0

0

Auto

Read only

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Auto Read

Auto

OOS

Read/

Write

Table continued on next page.

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Table 5-1

Parameters of the Analog Input Transducer Block (continued)

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Parameter Name

6

7

BLOCK_ERR

UPDATE_EVT

8 BLOCK_ALARM

8

9

5 BLOCK_ALARM.VALUE

TRANSDUCER_

DIRECTORY

10

TRANSDUCER_

TYPE

11 XD_ERROR

12

COLLECTION_

DIRECTORY

13 PRIMARY_VALUE

14 FLOW_RATE_UOM

15 SW_REV

16 HW_REV

17 BROOKS_PASSWORD

18 MESSAGE

19 TAG_NAME

20 DESCRIPTOR

21 DEV_DATE

27

28

28

28

22 AO_FILTER

23

24

25

0..

9

0..

9

FIN_ASSY_NUM

CALIB_POSITION

CALIB_FLOW_RATE

26 LFCUTOFF

27 DENSITY

27 1 DENSITY.UOM

2

1

2

DENSITY.VALUE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE.UOM

PRESSURE.VALUE

Description

Setting for which mode should be used when operated with normal conditions

Error status of this block

On a change in the static data this alert is generated

Interface to acknowledge this update alert

Indication if the alert has been reported

The time stamp when the alert is generated

The static revision when the alert was generated.

The index of the static parameter whose causes this alert to be generated

The block alarm can generate an alarm if a block error occurs

Interface to acknowledge this block alarm

Indication if alarm is active or cleared and reported

The time stamp when the alarm is generated

The sub code which causes the block alarm

The value of the parameter associated with this alarm

A directory that specifies the number of the data collections in the transducer block

Identifies the transducer error that follows

Transducer error code

A directory that specifies the number of the data collections in each transducer within a transducer block

The measure flow value and status.

The status of the primary value

The value of the primary value

Units of measurement of the flow rate given in the primary value

Hardware revision of the transmitter

Password protection for manufacture settings

Extra message field for indicating the transmitter. This value is not processed

Extra tag name for the device. This value is not processed

Extra descriptor field for the device. This value is not processed

Date of calibration

The analog filter values used for the flow calculation

Final assembly number

10 position array with calibrated float positions.

10 position array with calibrated flow rates according to the scale

Low flow cut off value. Every value below this flow will be cut off to zero

Density uom and value used for the calculation

Pressure uom and value used for the calculation

Bit String

Bit String

U8

U8

Valid Values

x None x OOS x

Auto x None x Out of Service

(0) Uninitialized

(1) Acknowledged

(2) Unacknowledged

(0) Uninitialized

(1) Reported

(2) Not Reported

MM/DD/YY HH:MM:SS

0 to 65535

Initialized

Value

Auto

(0) Uninitialized

Read/

Write

None Read

Read/

Write

(0) Uninitialized Read

TM

U16

U8

U8

(0) Uninitialized

(1) Acknowledged

(2) Unacknowledged

Uninitialized

Clear-Reported

Clear-Not Reported

Active-Reported

Active-Not Reported

TM

U8

U8

MM/DD/YY HH:MM:SS

Other

OutOfService

0 to 255

U16 0

0

0

0

(0) Uninitialized

Read

Read

Read

Read/

Write

Uninitialized Read

0 Read

Other Read

0 Read

0 Read

U16

U8

Other (65535)

Unspecified error

General error

(0) No error

U8 0

Other Read

0 Read

U8

Float

Bad

Good_NonCascade

0

Good Non

Cascade

Read

Read

0.0

Calibrated value

Read

Read/

Write

Read

Visible

String

Visible

String

Visible string

Visible

String

Visible

String

Visible

String

Visible

String

Float x.x.x where the x represents the version x.x.x where the x represents the version

Read

U32

Float

U16

Float

U16

Float

Brooks password

ASCII

Max 24 chars

ASCII

Max 16 chars

ASCII

Max 17 chars

DD/MM/YY

0.00 to 10.00

0 to 4294967296

Float

***************

Blank

Calibrated value

Blank

Calibrated value

Calibrated value

Calibrated value

Calibrated values

Calibrated values

0

0

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved. Do not use

1.0

0

0.0

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

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Table 5-1

Parameters of the Analog Input Transducer Block (continued)

40

41

41

29

30

30

30

31

35

36

39

1

2

Parameter Name

MODEL_NUMBER

RES_TOTALIZER

RES_TOTALIZER.UOM

RES_TOTALIZER.VALUE

RESET_RES_TOTALIZER

32 RES_TOT_DIG_DEC

33 INV_TOTALIZER

33

33

1

2

1

1

37 1

1

INV_TOTALIZER.UOM

INV_TOTALIZER.VALUE

34 INV_TOT_DIG_DEC

35 LO_FLOW

LO_FLOW.ALARM_EN

35 2 LO_FLOW.ALARM_TYPE

35 3 LO_FLOW.ALARM_LIMIT

35 4

LO_FLOW.

ALARM_LIMIT_DELAY

36 HIGH_FLOW

HIGH_FLOW.ALARM_EN

36 2

HIGH_FLOW.

ALARM_TYPE

36 3

HIGH_FLOW.

ALARM_LIMIT

36 4

HIGH_FLOW.

ALARM_LIMIT_DELAY

37 PULS_OUT_CFG

PULS_OUT_CFG.

ENABLE

37 2 PULS_OUT_CFG.TYPE

38 PULS_OUT_OVERRUN

38 1

PULS_OUT_ OVERRUN.

ENABLE

38 2

PULS_OUT_ OVERRUN.

TYPE

39 DIAG

DIAG.ENABLE

39 2 DIAG.TYPE

40

40 1

DB_INIT

DB_INIT.ENABLE

Description

Model number of the assembled device

A resettable totalizer independent of the function block

The units of measurement which the totalizer will use

The value of the resettable totalizer

Used to reset the resettable totalizer

Setting of max number of integer digits before automatic reset

A inventory totalizer which is independent of the function block

The units of measurement used for the totalizer

The value of the inventory totalizer

Setting of max number of integer digits before automatic reset

The settings for the low flow alarm with a dedicated alarm output on the transmitter

Enables or disables the low flow alarm

A non latching alarm type will clear the alarm if the flow is above the low flow setting

The value which will cause the alarm if the flow value falls below this value

The time a flow needs to be below the setting before the alarm is triggered

The settings for the high flow alarm with a dedicated alarm output on the transmitter

Enables or disables the high flow alarm

A non latching alarm type will clear the alarm if the flow is below the high flow setting

The value which will cause the alarm if the flow value rises above this value

The time a flow needs to be above the setting before the alarm is triggered

This alarm is used if the configuration for the pulse output is wrong. This alarm has no physical output on the transmitter

Enables or disables the pulse output configuration alarm

A non latching alarm type will clear the alarm if configuration is corrected.

This alarm is used if the pulse output cannot keep up with the pulse algorithm

Enables or disables the pulse output overrun alarm

A non latching alarm type will clear the alarm if overrun is solved

This alarm is used to inform if a software error has occurred

Enables or disables the diagnostic alarm

A non latching alarm type will clear the alarm if the problem is solved.

This alarm is reserved for future use

This alarm is reserved for future use

2

1

DB_INIT.TYPE

POWER

POWER.ENABLE

This alarm is reserved for future use

This alarm is reserved for future use

This alarm is reserved for future use

41

42

2 POWER.TYPE

BROOKS_SERIAL_NUMBER

This alarm is reserved for future use

The serial number assigned to the device

U16

Float

U8

U16

Float

U8

U8

U8

U8

U8

U8

Valid Values

ASCII

Max 20 chars

Supported UOMs

(0) Idle

(1) Reset

Supported UOMs

U8

U8

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

Float

U8 0 to 255 Seconds

U8

U8

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

Float

U8

U8

U8

U8

Visible

String

43 CURRENT_ALARM_STATUS

44 ACTIVE_DIAG_STATUS

45 RESET_ALARM

46 PULSE_OUTPUT

Bitwise representation of the alarms.

Bitwise representation of the cause of the diagnostic alarm

Function to reset the alarms which are shown active in current alarm status

Settings to set the pulse output on the transmitter

U32

U32

U8

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

(0) Disabled

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Latched

ASCII

Max 32 chars

(0) No Alarm

(1) Diag_Alarm

(2) Reserved

(4) Reserved

(8) Flow_High_Alarm

(16) Flow_Low_Alarm

(32) Pulse_Config_Alarm

(64)Pulse_Overrun_Alarm

(0) Good

(1) Ram fail

(2) Flash fail

(4) Database fail

(8) Float position fail

(16) Calibration fail

(0) Idle

(1) Reset

0 Read

0 Read

(0) Idle

Read/

Write

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Value

Calibrated

Value

Read/

Write

Gallon

Read/

Write

0.0 Read

Idle

2

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Gallon

Read/

Write

0.0 Read

2

Read/

Write

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

9.99

0

(1) Enabled

(0) Non-latched

90.0

0

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

(1) Enabled

(1)Latched

(0) Disabled

(0) Non-latched

(1) Enabled

(1)Latched

(1) Enabled

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

(1)Latched

(1) Enabled

(1)Latched

Calibrated value

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

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Parameter Name Description Valid Values

Initialized

Value

46 1 PULSE_OUTPUT.UOM

46 2 PULSE_OUTPUT.SCALER

46 3

PULSE_OUTPUT.

PULSE_WIDTH

47

WEIGHTS_MEASURES_CALI

B

Unit of measurement used to generate the pulses

The scale value scales the number of pulses according to het flow

The pulse width of each pulse on the pulse output

Information about the calibration

U16

Float

Float

U32

Supported UOMS

0.1 to 10.0

0.00 to 50.0

Gallon

1.0

50.0

0

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read

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54 1 VISCOSITY.UOM

54 2 VISCOSITY.VALUE

Information about the calibration

Units of measurements for the viscosity

U32

U16 Supported UOMs

Float

0 cP

1

Read

49 INFO_METER

49 1

49 2

49 3

49 4

49 5

49 6

49 7

49 8

49 9

50

INFO_METER.

FLOW_HI_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

FLOW_LO_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

TEMP_HI_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

TEMP_LO_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

MATL

INFO_METER.

PRESSURE_HI_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

PRESSURE_LO_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

PRESSURE_DROP_LIMIT

INFO_METER.

FLANG_MATL

INFO_ACCESSORIES

The info meter contains information about the meter.

The values which are a member of info_meter are not used in the process

The maximum limit of flow for this meter

The minimum of flow for this meter

The maximum temperature for this meter

The minimum temperature for this meter

Float

Float

Float

Float

Calibrated

Value

Calibrated

Value

Calibrated

Value

Calibrated

Value

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

The material of this meter

The maximum pressure for this meter

U8

Float

Calibrated

Value

Calibrated

Value

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

The minimum pressure for this meter Float

Calibrated

Value

Read/

Write

Float

Read/

Write

Accessories attached to the meter

Visible

String

U8

ASCII

Max 8 chars

Calibrated

Value

Calibrated

Value

Read

/Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

51

52

MAGNET_ANGLE_ADJUSTE

D

MAGNET_ANGLE_ABSOLUT

E

The magnet angle of the measuring device after a zero adjust

The magnet angle of the measuring device

53 MAGNET_ANGLE_OFFSET

The offset which is used to calculate the magnet adjusted angle from the absolute angle

54 VISCOSITY

Float

Float

Float

0.0

0.0

0.0

Read

Read

Read

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

55 Calibration

55 1

CALIB.

FLUID

55 2

CALIB.

TOOL

55 3

CALIB.

ACC_CLASS

55 4

CALIB.

NAME

This group contains information about the calibration

Visible

String

Visible

String

Visible

String

Visible

String

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

55 5

CALIB.

CALIB_DATA

Visible

String

Reserved, do not use

Read/

Write

55 6

CALIB.

CALIB_FLOW_RATE_UOM

55 7

CALIB.

CALIB_TEMPERATURE_UOM

55 8

CALIB.

CALIB_TEMPERATURE

55 9

CALIB.

CALIB_PRESSURE_UOM

U16

Float

U16

Float

U16

Float

U16

Float

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Reserved, do not use

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

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Parameter Name

56 TEST

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56

56

1

2

3

TEST.CONTACT_OUTPUT

TEST.ACTION_STATUS

TEST.TEST_PULSE_OUTPUT

56 6 TEST.ENTER_LEAVE

57 DISPLAY_SETTINGS

57 3

58

UOM_FULLSCALE

SENSOR_ZERO

Description

Test interface to test the alarm and pulse outputs.

Testing is only possible when in testing mode

Select the first or second alarm output to test

Set the output high or low

Enable the pulse output test

Frequency which is used to test the pulse output

U8

U8

U8

Float

Valid Values

1 to 2

0 to 1

0 to 1

0.00 to 100.0

Number of pulses before the test sequence is stopped

This parameter is used to enter or leave the test mode

Change the settings to the attached display

Enables the view of the flow and the two totalizers

Time between the screen modes

The unit of measurement full scale is use to get the best representation on the display

Sets the magnet sensor to zero for the calibration

U32

U8

1 to 100

(0) Leave

(1) Enter

Bit String

(0) None

(1) Flow rate

(2) Resettable totalizer

(4) Inventory totalizer

U32

Float

U8

(0) Idle

(1) Zero

0

Initialized

Value

0

0

0

0

(0) Leave

(1) Flow Rate

5

100.0

(0) Idle

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

Write

Read/

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Read/

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Read/

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6.1

General Network Installation Guidelines

Building the network

Figure 6-1 shows how to make a fieldbus network from a wire pair.

A terminator is added at the FFI end of the wire pair. Another terminator is added at the field device end of the wire pair. The FFI may have a built-in terminator so that you don't have to add one. Check the manufacturer's specifications to be sure.

Notice that neither wire is grounded. This is one of the absolute rules of fieldbus.

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Field Device

Terminator

Terminator

Figure 6-1 Simple Fieldbus Network

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Figure 6-2 Fieldbus Network with Additional Devices Added

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Figure 6-3 Fieldbus Network with Chained Devices

In Figure 6-2 more field devices have been added to the network of Figure

6-1. These new devices are simply connected in parallel with the first field device. The new devices are shown connected in a "star" fashion.

However, they could also be chained from the first device as in Figure 6-3.

All of the field devices and the FFI in Figures 6-2 and 6-3 are said to be "on the same network". A detailed figure showing the wiring of the junction of

Figure 6-3 is given later.

You can see that new devices are always added in parallel to existing ones. Notice that the number of terminators in Figures 6-2 and 6-3 stays at two, regardless of what else we add to the network.

Speaking of terminators, how did we know where to put them?

To answer this we need to define a trunk. A trunk is the longest cable path between any two devices on the network. Once we've identified this stretch of cable, all other connections to it are called spurs.

The terminators should be placed at the ends of the trunk. We've assumed in Figures 6-2 and 6-3 that the FFI is further from the group of field devices

(in cable length) than they are from each other.

This rull on location of terminators is one that can be bent. In Figure 6-2, for example, we haven't bothered to find the longest cable path. Instead, the terminator was placed at the junction of the group of field devices.

We've assumed that all of the field devices were about the same distance

(in cable length) from the junction. Had one of them been a lot longer than the others, then we would move the terminator out to that device.

In Figure 6-3 we kept moving the terminator out to the farthest field device each time we added a device. However, if we are adding to an existing network and all of the field devices to be added are located on one short stretch of cable (100 m (328 ft.) or less), then the terminator could have been left in its original position at the first device.

Spurs: Shorter is Better!

Repeaters

What if you need a lot more than 1900 m (6232 ft.) of cable? You can do it by using a repeater. The repeater takes the place of one of the field devices. But it means you get to start fresh. You can add another 1900 m

(6232 ft.) of cable, as illustrated in Figure 6-4. Notice that a new trunk has been created so that we have to add more terminators. The first trunk has

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Figure 6-4 Adding a Repeater to the Fieldbus Network

four devices, one of them being the repeater. The second trunk has two devices, one of them being the repeater. You can use up to four repeaters in series between any two devices to get a total length of 9500 (31167.98 ft.)

In addition to increasing the length of a network, repeaters can be used to increase the number of devices in a network beyond the limit of 32 on one segment. Using repeaters, the maximum number of devices in a network could be increased to 240.

Shielding (screening)

A fieldbus network can bu built using only unshielded wire pairs. If these are placed in conduit or laid against a metal surface, there may be sufficient shielding that nothing further need be done.

However, for best performance, fildbus cables should be shielded.

Common multi-conductor (multi-core) "instrument" cable can be used. This has one or more twisted pairs, an overall, metalized shield, and a shield wire.

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Figure 6-5 Use of Shielded Cable

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Power

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-

FD

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Wire Pair

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6-4

Figure 6-6 Adding a Power Supply to the Fieldbus Network

For new installations, ask cable vendors for "fieldbus cable".

When using shielded cable, connect each spur's shield to the trunk shield and connect the overall shield to ground at one point.

The grounding point has been chosen as the junction of the field instruments. For intrinsically safe (I.S.) installations, a specific location may be required for the ground.

DC Power for Two-Wire Field Devices

Some field devices draw operating power fromthe fielbus network in much the same way as 2-wire analog field devices. The power supply is connected to the network in the same way as a field device )or other communicating device). All of the same rules apply, except that you don't have to count the power supply as one of the 32 field devices. If we add a power supply to the network of Figure 6-3, it might look something like that of Figure 6-6. Another spur near the FFI has been created to add the power supply. Of course we could have put it toward the field end of the trunk.

We can't use just any off-the-shelf power supply, because it would short circuit the (digital) fieldbus signals.

The power supply is specially designed for fieldbus. Some fieldbus equipment will have a built-in power supply so that you don't need to add one. You should consult manufacturers' specifications.

If you have 2-wire field devices in your network, you have to make sure they have enough voltage to operate. Each device should have at least 9 volts.

You need to know:

1. The current consumption of each device.

2. Its location on the network.

3. The location of the power supply on the network.

4. The resistance of each cable section.

5. The power supply voltage.

The voltage at each field device is determined through straightforward DC circuit analysis.

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Note:This interface setup is showing an example of how a device connection is made to a Softing FG-110 FF linking device using the Softing

FF-CONF configuration tool.

In general, other types of FF interfaces will be operated in industrial processes, showing a different screen lay-out compared to the screens shown in this example.

Relcom

Power Hub/Segment

Network

FG-110 FF

Linking Device

Step 1:

The 3809G FF device and the FG-110 FF Linking Device are both connected to the same Fieldbus Power Hub/FF segment network (Relcom

F11). Launch FF-CONF tool, and open View <Network Livelist> (showing

FF devices on the segment, currently only 1 H1 device).

Step 2:

Load device description files (DD/CFF files can be downloaded from www.fieldbus.org).

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Step 3:

Assign appropriate PD Tag and Node ID as desired.

Default Assignment

Assignment to be chosen (example)

Result of assignment configuration.

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Create New Project for Network Configuration

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Step 5:

Add FG-110 Linking Device and MT3809G device to Network

Configuration

Step 6:

In Network Configuration, configure HSE device (FG-110 Linking

Device) for appropriate Device ID, PD Tag and IP address

Configuration FG-110 Linking device:

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Step 7:

Configure MT3809G device for appropriate Device ID, PD Tag and

Node ID

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Step 8:

To operate the AI function block, a link must be created between AI block and IT block.

For this purpose, go to Functionblock Application tab.

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Add AI block to Source Functionblock(s) List, and add IT block to

Sink Functionblock(s) List

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Add AI output to Source pin(s), and IT input to Sink pin(s):

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Step 11:

Click connect icon button, choose Project <Save>, choose

Download <Download project> , and AI output is now connected to IT input

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Step 12:

To operate AI function block, go to AI block in Network

Configuration and set following parameters:

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Step 13:

First set MODE_BLK.TARGET to OOS (out of service), to be able to set desired OUT_SCALE UOM and OUT_SCALE value of AI function block.

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Step 14:

Write desired OUT_SCALE UOM and OUT_SCALE value settings, for example 200 m3/h.

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After writing desired OUT_SCALE settings, set

MODE_BLOCK.TARGET back to Auto.

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Step 16:

OUT.VALUE and PV.VALUE are now indicated as per 200 m3/h

FS. (In the example indicated as 44.4, so currently flowing at 22.2% FS).

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Alarm settings in AI function block.

For this example, only HI_FLOW and HI_HI_FLOW alarms are set.

Alarm limit example values (100 and 150) are referenced to 100%

OUT.SCALE value (i.e. FS = 200 m3/h).

Make following settings:

• HI_HI_LIM: 150

• HI_LIM: 100

• Priorities: 2

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When OUT.VALUE > 100, Hi Alarm is presented

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When OUT.VALUE > 150, Hi Hi Alarm (and Hi Alarm) are presented

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When OUT.VALUE < 100, Current Alarm is not indicated anymore.

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To reset unacknowledged alarms, acknowledge HI_HI_ALARM and HI_ALARM.

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Unacknowledged alarms have been reset.

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Setting transmitter’s physical alarm output contacts.

Go to AI transducer block, and set Hi-Flow and Lo-Flow limits as per desired values (in this example 90 and 10 respectively for a 0 - 100 UOM

Primary Value scale).

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Observing flow alarm conditions

PV value < 10

• Lo Flow Alarm

• Transmitter Contact Output B closed

• Alarm Status AI transducer block: 16

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• Hi Flow Alarm

• Transmitter Contact Output A closed

• Alarm Status AI transducer block: 8

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90 > PV value > 10

• No Flow Alarm

• Transmitter Contact Output A and B both open

• Alarm Status AI transducer block: 0

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Step 25:

Switch alarm output contacts to latching type.

Note: The latching mode of the flow alarms is only reflecting to the alarm output contacts, and NOT to the Alarm Status in the AI transducer block.

Once PV value has reached either > 90 or/and < 10, alarm output contacts

A and B remain closed after reaching no alarm condition.

To open alarm output contacts A and B again, an alarm reset is needed.

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Alarm output contacts reset.

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Alarm output contacts disabling.

To discontinue alarm output contacts operation, set Hi Flow Alarm and Lo

Flow Alarms to disabled.

Alarm output contacts remain in open condition, regardless of any PV value.

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