User`s Manual Shanghai Cowell Machinery Co.,Ltd.

User`s Manual Shanghai Cowell Machinery Co.,Ltd.
Electromagnetic Flowmeter Converter
User’s Manual
Shanghai Cowell Machinery Co.,Ltd.
CONTENTS
1. THE PRODUCT FUNCTION INTRODUCTION ........................................................... 1
1.1 BASIC FUNCTION ........................................................................................................... 1
1.2 ESPECIAL FUNCTION ...................................................................................................... 1
1.3 NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS ................................................................................... 2
1.4 TYPE OF CONNECTING WITH SENSORS .............................................................................. 2
1.5 PLOT OF INSTALLING MEASURE ....................................................................................... 2
2. BASIC CIRCUIT OF CONVERTER ............................................................................... 4
3. INDEX OF TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE .................................................................. 5
3.1 STANDARD OF IMPLEMENT .............................................................................................. 5
3.2 BASIC PARAMETERS AND PERFORMANCE INDEX .............................................................. 5
4. OPERATION CONVERTER ........................................................................................... 8
4.1 KEYS AND DISPLAY ........................................................................................................ 8
4.2 SECTION PICTURE OF CONVERSION ................................................................................. 9
4.3 CONNECTIONS OF SENSOR ............................................................................................ 10
4.4 CHARACTERISTIC AND CONNECTION OF CABLE ............................................................. 13
4.5 DIGITAL OUTPUT AND CALCULATE ................................................................................. 16
4.6 SIMULATION SIGNAL OUTPUT AND CALCULATE .............................................................. 19
5. SETTING PARAMETERS ............................................................................................. 22
5.1 KEYS FUNCTION ........................................................................................................... 22
5.2 FUNCTION KEYS FOR SETTING PARAMETERS .................................................................. 23
6. RECORDING TIME WHEN POWER TURN-OFF (WITH POWER TURN-OFF
FUNCTION) ....................................................................................................................... 33
6.1 DISPLAYING TURN-OFF POWER TIME .............................................................................. 33
6.2 ERASING “TURN-OFF POWER” RECORDING ..................................................................... 34
6.3 EXAMINE POWER-OFF RECORDS .................................................................................... 34
6.4 CLEAR THE RECORDS.................................................................................................... 34
7. RECORDING GROSS OF HOUR( HAS HOUR GROSS RECORDING FUNCTION)
............................................................................................................................................. 35
7.1 FUNCTION PARTS .......................................................................................................... 35
7.2 FORMAT ....................................................................................................................... 35
7.3 CHECK THE GROSS ....................................................................................................... 35
7.4 CLEAR THE RECORDS.................................................................................................... 35
8. INFRARED TELECONTROL FUNCTION KEYS ...................................................... 36
9. ALARM INFORMATION.............................................................................................. 36
10. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................ 37
10.1 NO DISPLAY: .............................................................................................................. 37
10.2 EXCITING ALARM ....................................................................................................... 37
10.3 EMPTY PIPE ALARM .................................................................................................... 37
10.4 MEASURE FLOW DISALLOW ........................................................................................ 38
11. L_MAG ENCASEMENT AND RESERVE .................................................................. 38
11.1 L_MAG ENCASEMENT ................................................................................................. 38
11.2 SHIPPING AND STORAGE .............................................................................................. 38
APPENDIX ONE: SELECTION OF EXCITING FREQUENCY (RE.) ........................... 39
Appendix Two ON/OFF Switch Diagram ....................................................................... 41
Appendix Three:HART function explaination ................................................................. 42
Electromagnetic Flowmeter Converter Instruction Manual
1. The product function introduction
1.1 Basic function
■ Low-frequency square-wave exciting,exciting frequency:1/10 power frequency、1/16
power frequency、1/25 power frequency、1/32 power frequency;
■ High-frequency square-wave exciting,exciting frequency:1/2 power frequency(for
grouting liquid measure);
■ Exciting current can be selected for 125mA、187.5mA、250mA;
■ No need to add empty pipeline measurement, and can measure continuously, alarm by
fixed value;
■ Current speed range:0.1 --- 15m/s,current speed resolution:0.5mm/s;
■ AC high-frequency switching power,range of voltage:85VAC --- 250VAC;
■ DC 24V switching power,range of voltage:16VDC --- 36VDC;
■ Network function : MODBUS ( RS-232C 、 RS-485 )、 HART and PROFIBUS
–DP(choose);
■ Chinese or English displaying mode, (other languages can be set);
■ Three integrator gross inside, respective register:Forward gross, reverse gross and
minus value gross.
1.2 Especial function
■ Recording time when power turn-off, to record power broken time of instrument
system automatically and recruit to count the missing flux;
■ Recording function of hour gross, to record the flux gross by hour, fit for timed
measure;
■ Infrared handing telecontrol keyboard,all the functions of far-untouched controlling
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converter.
1.3 Normal operating conditions
Ambient Temperature Ranges:fission –10~+ 60℃;
Relative Humidity:5%~90%;
Power Supply: 85~250V,45~63Hz ( single-phase AC).
Dissipation Power: <20W( After connecting sensor).
1.4 Type of connecting with sensors

The integrated circinal shells: circinal shells, shells connect with the flange
directly, explosion-proof;

The integrated squared shells: squared shells, shells connect with the flange
directly;

The split squared shells: squared shells (hang on the wall), Signal converters
connect with cable of sensor;
1.5 Plot of installing measure
Fig.1 Exterior size of the integrated circinal shells
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Fig.2 Exterior size of the integrated squared shells
Fig.3 Exterior size of the split squared shells
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2. Basic circuit of converter
3 2b i t
CPU
A/D
RO
M
exciting circuit
EEROM
preampli
fier
85~260V
45~63Hz
4-20mA or
0-10mA
1-5000Hz
Frequency or
Pulse Output
Switching
Power Supply
Current Output
Keyboard
Pulse Output
Status
Control
OC Gate Status
Output
RS485
LCD
Display
Communication
Interface
Fig.2. 1 Structure of Converter’s Circuit
The converter can supply exciting current to the coil in the sensor of electronetic
flowmeters,the head amplifier amplifies the electromotive force from the sensor and
converts it into standard signals of current or frequency so that the signals can be used for
displaying, controlling and processing. See structure of converter circuit shown in Fig.2.1。
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3. Index of technical performance
3.1 Standard of implement
The design, production and instrument of Electromagnetic Flowmeter Converter implement
《JB/T 9248-1999 Electromagnetic Flowmeters》
。
3.2 Basic parameters and performance index
3.2.1 Pipe’s inside diameter of relative sensor (mm):
3、6、10、15、20、25、32、40、50、65、80、100、125、150、200、250、300、
350、400、450、500、600、700、800、900、1000、1200、1400、1600、1800、2000、
2200、2400、2600、2800、3000;
3.2.2 Request of relative sensor
Sensitivity of sensor signal: under 1m/s, output 150µV ~200µV;
For L_Mag electromagnetic flowmeter signal converters, there are four currents of 62.5
mA in exciting loop, which make up of 250mA, and every 62.5mA is controlled by one
20Ω exact resistance. So user can choose different exciting current by changing the number
of exact resistance.
The current will be 250mA when the signal converters leave factory, as such, if there are
three exact resistance, the current will be 187.5 mA; if two, 125mA;
Resistance of sensor exciting coil:
250mA exciting current:50 ~ 60Ω;
187mA exciting current:60 ~ 80Ω;
125mA exciting current:100 ~ 120Ω;
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3.2.3 Measure precision for assembly
Table 3.1
VS:Setting measurement range (m/s)
Diameter(mm)
Range(m/s)
Accuracy
≤0.3
±0.25%FS
0.3~1
±1.0R
1~15
±0.5%R
0.1~0.3
±0.25%FS
0.3~1
±0.5%R
1~15
±0.3%R
0.3 以下
±0.25%FS
0.3~1
±1.0%R
1~15
±0.5%R
3 ~ 20
25 ~600
700~3000
%FS:for relative ranges;
%R:for relativevalue of measurement
3.2.4 Simulated current output
Load resistor: 0~1.5kΩ (0~10mA);
0~750Ω (4~20mA).
Basic Errors: 0.1%±10μA.
3.2.5 Digital frequency output
Frequency output range: 1~5000Hz;
Output electric isolate: Photoelectric isolate. Isolate voltage: > 1000VDC;
Frequency output drive: output by field-effect transistors, the highest subjected
voltage is 36VDC,maximum of output current is 250mA.
3.2.6 Digital pulse output
Pulse output value: 0.001~1.000 m3 / cp、
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0.001~1.000 Ltr / cp、
Pulse output width: 20ms.
Pulse output isolate: photoelectricity isolate. Isolate voltage: > 1000VDC;
Pulse output drive: output by field-effect transistors, the highest subjected voltage is
36VDC,maximum of output current is 250 mA.
3.2.7 Alarm output
Alarm output junction:ALMH--- upper limit; ALML--- lower limit;
Output isolate: photoelectricity isolate. Isolate voltage: > 1000VDC;
Alarm output drive: output by Darlington pipe, the highest subjected voltage is
36VDC,maximum of output current is 250mA.
3.2.8 Digital communication port and protocol
RS-232C interface: designed by standard of IEEE RS-232C, un-electric isolate;
RS--485 interface: designed by standard of IEEE RS---485, electric isolate;
MODBUS interface: format of RTU,electric isolate 1000V;
HART interface: designed by standard of HART , if you choose our hand held unit ,
you can display the measure value on line,and setting the parameters.
PROFIBUS interface: designed by standard of PROFIBUS – DP.
3.2.9 Electric isolate
Insulated voltage between simulated input and simulated output should be higher than
500V;
Insulated voltage between simulated input and alarm power supply should be higher than
500V;
Insulated voltage between simulated input and AC power supply should be higher than
500V;
Insulated voltage between simulated output and AC power supply should be higher than
500V;
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Insulated voltage between simulated output and earth should be higher than 500V;
Insulated voltage between pulse output and AC power supply should be higher than 500V;
Insulated voltage between pulse output and earth should be higher than 500V;
Insulated voltage between alarm output and AC power supply should be higher than 500V;
Insulated voltage between alarm output and earth should be higher than 500V;
4. Operation converter
4.1 Keys and display
4.1.1 Squared define keys and LCD screen display
Alarm Indicator
Flow Volume
Flow Velocity
Percentage
Conductivity Ratio
!
Flow Volume+2578.5m3/h
∑+023456789m 3
Forward & Reverse Integrated Volumes
Deference of Forward and Reverse Integrated Volumes
Display Alarm Content
Enter: With ALT Key to form Enter and OK
UP: Plus 1,Page UP, With OK Key to form
Right Move
Down: Minusl, Page Down, With OK to form
Left Move
Compound Key
Fig. 4.1(a) Keys on squared panel and LCD display:
-066.08
Alarm Type
SYS
15:47
Flow volume
Unit
Time
m3/Hr
+0000000415
Flow velocity
Ratio of Emptiness
Percentage
Y/M/D/Hour/Min/Second
Forward & Reverse Integrated Volumes
Deference of Forward and Reverse Integrated Volumes
Enter : With ALT Key to form Enter and OK
UP: Plus 1,Page UP, With Shift to form
Right Move
Down: Minusl, Page Down, With Shift to form
left Move
Compound Key
Fig. 4.1 (b) Keys on squared panel and large LCD display:
4.1.2 Rotundity define keys and LCD screen display
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-76.570
Alarm Indicator
Lo
×1m3/Hr
Flow volume
limit
000000013.5m3
Unit
Flow Velocity
Ratio of Emptiness
Percentage
Forward & Reverse Integrated Volumes
Deference of Forward and Reverse Integrated
Volumes
Enter
UP:Plus 1,Page UP
Down:Minus1,Page Down
Compound Key
Fig. 4.1 (c) Keys on circinal panel and big LCD display
Note: When measuring, pushing down “Compound Key + Enter” will appear password
of changing state, base on distinction of secrecy, and change the password as we provide.
Then pushing “Compound Key + Enter” again, and you can inter the state of setting
parameter. If want to return to the running state, push “Enter” for several seconds.
4.2 Section picture of conversion
4.2.1 Section picture of the split squared shells with small LCD and no communication
Fig.4.2 (a) Section picture of the split squared shells with small LCD and no
communication
Note: (1) Front Cover, (2) LCD, (3) Cable, (4) Back Cover, (5) Place for Communication
Board; (6) Cable for Display (Flat face to LCD/20 Lines); (7) Connectors; (8) Lock for
Cover.
4.2.2 Section picture of the split squared shells with big LCD and communication
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Fig.4.2 (b) Section picture of the split squared shells with large LCD and communication
Note: (1) Front Cover; (2) Key Cable; (3)Large LCD; (4)Keyboard Cable (Flat Face to
LCD/16 Lines);(5) Back Cover; (6) Communication Board; (7) Cable for LCD (Flat face to
LCD/20 Lines; (8) Communication Cable (Flat Face to Communication Board/16 Lines);
(9) Two Wired Communication Lines; (10) Connectors; (11) Lack for Cover.
4.3 Connections of sensor
4.3.1 Connectors and labels for the squared
SIG1
SGND
SIG2
DS1
SGND
DS2
ICCOM
TRX+
VDCIO TRXICOUT
INSW
EXT+
EXT-
ALM+
POWER
ALMALCOM
L2
L1
PE
PUL+
PULPDIR
PCOM
RS485
PE
Fig.4.3 (a) Connectors for the squared
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Labels of connectors in squared model
SIG1
SGND
SIG2
DS1
DS2
INSW
EXT+
EXT-
Signal1
Signal Ground
Signal2
Shielded Exciting1
Shielded Exciting2
12V Pull Power
Exciting Current+
Exciting Current-
To Separate Model Sensor
VDCIO
ICOUT
ICCOM
24V Pull Power
Analog Current Output
Analog Current Output Ground
Analog Current Output
PUL+
PULPDIR
PCOM
Flow Direction
ALM+
ALMALCOM
Upper Limit Alarm Output
Low Limit Alarm Output
Alarm Output Ground
Flow Frequency (Pulse) Output
Frequency (Pulse) Output
Frequency (Pulse) Output Ground
Two Alarm Outputs
4.3.2 Signal lines and labels in squared model
ф 2 T erm inal C old-W elded
ф 2 T erm inal C old-W elded
M etal Screen
ф 10 H eat Shrink T ube
M etalScreen
ф 10 H eatShrink T ube
R ed 32 C onductor Shielded C able
R ed 32 C onductor Shielded C able
G reen 32 C onductor Shielded C able
G reen 32 C onductor Shielded C able
C able for Flow Signals:R V V P2ⅹ32 /0.2
Fig.4.3 (b) Connection and labels of signal lines in squad model
4.3.3 Links and labels of connectors in Circinal Model
+
COM I+ COM P+ AH AL
+
+
+
+
+ +
T+ G
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
FUSE
+
L2 L1
+ +
T-
Fig.4.3(c) Connectors in circinal model
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Symbols and Description of Connectors in Circinal Pane
I+:
Output Current for Flow Measurement
COM:
Output Current (Ground) for Flow Measurement
P+:
Frequency(Pulse) Output for Bi-directional Flow
COM:
Frequency (Pulse) Output (Ground)
AL:
Alarm Output for Low Limit
AH:
Alarm Output for Upper Limit
COM:
Alarm Output (Ground)
FUSE:
Fuse for Power Supply
T1+:
+Communication Input Signal
T2-:
-Communication Input Signal
G:
RS232 Communication Ground
L1:
220V(24V)Power Supply
L2:
220V(24V)Power Supply
4.3.4 Labels and connection of signal lines in circinal model
W hite C able
R ed 12 C onductor Shielded C able)
B lack 12 C onductor Shielded C able
R ed 10 C onductor Shielded C able
B lue 13 C onductor Shielded C able
Shield Screen
B lack Shielded C able
Fig.4.3 (d) Labels and connection of signal lines in circinal model
Signal lines labels in circinal model:
White twisted-pair cable (for exciting current): 12 Conductors (Red)
12 Conductors (Black)
Black shielded twisted-pair cable:10 Conductors (Red) connected to “Signals 1”
13 Conductors (Blue) connected to “Signals 2”
Shielded Conductor connected to “Signal Ground”
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4.4 Characteristic and connection of cable
4.4.1 Flux signal line
When separated models of converters are assembled with sensors for measuring flow of
fluid which conductivity is larger than 50μS/cm, PVVP 2*0.2 mm2 model cable ( metal
shielded signal cable covered with PVC) can be used as communication cable for flow
signals. The length of signal cable should be less than 100 m. Signal cables have to be
connected to sensors that were assembled by producers. Connections of signal cables are
shown in Fig.4.3 (b) for squire-shaped models and Fig.4.3 (d) for circle-shaped models,
respectively.
The converter can output equivalent level of shielded exciting signal voltage so that
interference to flow measurement signals can reduced by means of lowering the distributed
capacitance of communication cable. When measured conductivity is less than 50μS/cm or
signals are transferred in remote distances, double-conductor and double-shielded signal
cable at equivalent level of voltage can be used. For example, special STT3200 cable or
BTS model signal cable (triple-shielded) can be used for signal communication.
4.4.2 Exciting current cable
Two conductor and insulating rubber- covered cables can be used as exciting current cables.
Suggested model is RVVP2*0.3mm2. Length of exciting current cable should be equal to
that of signal cable. When the model STT3200 cables are used for exciting current and
signals, two cables can be put together as one cable.
4.4.3 Output and power line
All cables for signals transferring and power supply has to be prepared by users. However,
it should be careful to choose the cables that meet the upper limit load of consuming
current.
Note: When DIP switch next to terminal is set to ON places, the converter from its inside
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can provide +28Vpower supply and up-pull 10kΩresistance to output Frequencies
(PUL+,PUL-) to isolated OC gate, Alarm Output (ALM+.ALM-), and Status Control
(INSW).Therefore, when converter has frequency output and works with sensor together,
DIP switch can be set as ON getting frequency signals from PUL+ and PCOM terminals.
Pulse current output, alarm current output and external power supply can see in
Fig.4.4 (a). When inductive load is connected to converter, diode should be used as in
Fig.4.4 (b).
The Meter Current
+
ICOUT
ICCOM
Fig.4.4 (a) Output current circuit
ON
Integrated Current
+ 123456
PCOM
DC Power Supply
-
PUL+
VDCIO
-
Fig.4.4 (b) Connection of electro-magnet counter
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ON
Integrated Flow
PCOM
PUL+
123456
Fig.4.4 (c) Connection of electronic counter
ON
L ow L im itA larm
ALCOM
ALM+
ALM-
D C Pow er Supply
-
+
U pper L im it A larm
Fig.4.4 (d) Connection of alarm output
inside
outside
PUL+
PDIR
ALM
PCOM
ALCOM
Fig.4.4 (e) Connection of OC gate
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4.4.4 Grounding
Contact area of copper Connector PE on Converter Cabinet for grounding should be larger
than 1.6mm2.Contact resistance should be less than 10Ω.
4.5 Digital output and calculate
Digital output means frequency output and pulse output, and both of them use the same
output point, so user can choice only one type of them but not both.
4.5.1 Frequency output
Frequency output range is 0~5000HZ, and corresponding the percent of flux.
F=
Measure value
 frequency range
Full scale value
The up limit of frequency output can be adjusted. It can be choice from 0 ~ 5000HZ, and
also can be choice low frequency: such as 0 ~ 1000HZ or 0 ~ 5000HZ.
Frequency output mode general can be used in control application, because it responses the
percent flux. Users can choice pulse output when the equipment is applied to count.
4.5.2 Pulse output mode:
Pulse output mainly applies in count mode. A pulse output delegates a unit flux, such as 1L
or 1M3 etc. Pulse output unit divide into 0.001L, 0.01L, 0.1L, 1L, 0.001M3, 0.01M3, 0.1M3,
1 M3, 0.001UKG, 0.01UKG, 0.1UKG, 1UKG, 0.001USG, 0.01USG, 0.1USG, 1USG.
When choice the pulse unit, they should notice the match of the flux range of flowmeter
and pulse unit. For volume flux, count formula as follows:
QL=0.0007854×D2×V (L/S)
Or QM=0.0007854×D2×V×10-3 (M3/S)
Note: D-nozzle (mm)
V-velocity of flow (m/s)
The oversize flux and too small pulse unit will be made the pulse output over the up limit.
Generally, pulse output should be controlled below 2000P/S. However, the too small flux
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and too large pulse unit will be made the instrument exports a pulse long time.
Otherwise, pulse output is different from frequency output. When pulse output cumulates a
pulse unit, it exports a pulse. Therefore, pulse output is not equality. Generally, measure
pulse output should choice count instrument, but not frequent instrument.
4.5.3 The connection of digital output
Digital output has three connected points: digital output connected point, digital ground
point, and symbol as follows:
PUL+----- digital output point;
PCOM ----- digital ground point;
PDIR ------- flux direction junctions.
Commonly liquid flows for one direction and at this time user can just use digital output
point and digital ground point. But if user wants to know the direction, can use the PDIR.
PUL+ and PDIR use PCOM together, PUL+ and PDIR are both collector plough output,
user can connection as the below circuit.
4.5.4 The connection of digital voltage output
PUL
Pin
R
E
Inside
Pcom
+
-
User
equipment
Voltage input
Com
Fig.4.5 (a) the connection of digital voltage output
4.5.5 Digital output connect photoelectricity coupling (PLC etc.)
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PUL
R
+
-
E
inside
User
equipment
Pcom
Fig.4.5 (b) Digital output connect photoelectricity coupling
Commonly user’s photoelectricity coupling current is about 10mA, so about E/R=10mA,
E=5~24V.
4.5.6 Digital output connect relay
J
PUL
E
inside
+
-
D
Pcom
Fig.4.5(c) Digital output connect relay
Commonly relay needs E as 12V or 24V. D is extend diode, now most middle relays has
this diode inside. If not have, user can connect one outside.
Table of digital output parameter:
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POUT and PDIR
Parameter
Test condition
Mini
Typical
Max
Unit
Volatge
IC=100 mA
3
24
36
V
Current
Vol≤1.4V
0
300
350
mA
0
5000
7500
HZ
Frequency
IC=100mA
Vcc=24V
High voltage
IC=100mA
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
V
Low voltage
IC=100mA
0.9
1.0
1.4
V
4.6 Simulation signal output and calculate
4.6.1 Simulation signal output
There are two signal system: 0~10mA and 4~20mA, user can select from parameter
setting.
Simulation signal output inner is 24V under0~20mA, it can drive 750Ω resistance.
The percent flux of simulation signal output:
I0=
Measure value
 the scale of current + the zero point of current
Full scale value
The current zero is 0 when 0~10mA, and the current zero is 4mA when 4~20mA.
It can be advanced simulation signal output distinguish. User can select the range of
measure.
The manufacture’s parameter have been adjusted, it can’t need adjust. If have abnormity, it
can consult 4.6.2.
4.6.2 Simulation Signal Output Adjust
(1)The Converter adjust preparative
When the converter is running 15 minutes, the inner of converter becomes stabilization.
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Preparative 0.1% amperemeter or 250Ω、 0.1% voltage instrument.
1.000
IOUT
DC20V
Converter
ICOM
(2)Current zero correct
When the converter getting into parameter setting, selecting to “Analog Zero” and enter to
it. The standard of signal fountain getting to “0”.Adjust parameter make amperemeter is
4mA(±0.004mA).
(3)The full scale current correct
To select “Anlg Range” to enter.Adjust the converter parameter make amperemeter is
20mA(±0.004mA)
Adjust the current zero and the full range, the current function of the converter reached
exactness.The line degree of current output of conversion should be controlled within the
scope of 0.1%.
(4) Current line degree checking
You can place the standard signal source in 75%、50%、25%,and check the line degree of
current output
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4.6.3 L_mag electromagnetic flowmeter converter’s connection of current output:
User system
IOUT
~
~
L_Mag
converter
DC24V
~
~
IVIN
+
Signal input
-
R
COM
Fig.4.6 (a) L_Mag two connection
Power (+24V)
~
~
User system
L_Mag
24V
-Signal input
Power -
COM
~
~
converter
~
~
IOUT
+
COMM
Fig.4.6 (b) L_Mag three connection( power supply and
current output are not insulated)
User system
~
~
Power +24V
24V
~
~
Power -
L_Mag
~
~
IOUT
COMM
~
~
converter
+
-
Signal input
COM
Fig.4.6 (c) L_Mag four connection( power supply and
current output are insulated)
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5. Setting parameters
After L_mag electromagnetic flowmeter converter and sensor connect to the pipe (no
matter demarcate or use), may do the next work first:
 Connect the pipe fore-and-aft the sensors tighten.
 Make sure the sensor connects the earth.
 Make sure the liquid stillness when regulating zero of the instrument.
 Make sure the oxidation velum of sensor makes steadily (electrode and liquid
contact continuously about 48 hours).
Two running ways: Self-testing way
Parameter setting way
When electrify, the instrument comes into measure way automatically, and under this way
it can do all the functions and display data. Under the parameter setting way, user can set
the parameter by the four keys.
5.1 Keys function
5.1.1 “Down” key function in self- testing way
“Down” key: Selecting displayed data on lower line in turn;
“Up” key: Selecting displayed data on higher line in turn;
“Compound” key + “Enter” key: Come into parameter setting
“Enter” key: Press it to come into the picture of select function.
Under the measure, adjust of the LCD contract: the squared with small LCD uses
“Compound” key + “Up” key or “Compound” key + “Down” key for several seconds;
other LCDs use the potentiometer behind the LCD.
5.1.2 Function keys for parameters setting
“Down” key: Subtract 1 from the number at cursor area;
“Up” key: Add 1 to the number at cursor area;
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“Compound” key + “Down” key: Cursor turns left;
“Compound” key + “Up” key: Cursor turns right;
“Enter” key: In/Out submenu;
“Enter” key: Press for two seconds under any state and will return to automate
measure way.
Note:
(1)
When use “Compound” key, you should press “Compound” key and “Up” or
“Down” both;
(2)
It will return to the measure way automatically after 3 minutes when under
the parameter setting way;
(3)
Direct select of zero correction about the flow, you can move the cursor to
the left + or - , and use “Down” or “Up” to switch;
(4)
Unit select of flow, you can move the cursor to “Flow Range”, and use
“Down” or “Up” to switch.
5.2 Function keys for setting parameters
To set or correct working parameters, the converter should be running in parameters setting
way instead of measuring status.
In measuring status, click “Enter” keys getting to the select of parameter and transfer
password (0000), and then correct the password with one of the new passwords that are
provided by manufacturer. Finally, push the “Enter” keys to work in Parameters Setting
Way.
There are 6 Passwords in design and among them 4 for deferent operators in secret and 2
are fixed passwords for system operation.
5.2.1. Parameters setting menu
There 52 parameters of L-Mag, user can set every parameter. The List of Parameters is
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shown below:
Setting Parameters in Menu
Code
Parameter words
Setting Way
Grades
Range
1
Language
Select
2
Chinese/English
2
Com Addres
Set count
2
0~99
3
Baud Rate
Select
2
600~14400
4
Com Protocol
Select
2
Type 1、Type 2
5
Sensor Size
Select
2
3~3000
6
Flow Range
Set count
2
0~99999
7
Flow Rspns
Select
2
0~100
8
Flow Direct
Select
2
Forward/ Reverse
9
Flow Zero
Set count
2
±0.000~±9.999
10
Flow Cutoff
Set count
2
0~99%
11
Cut Disp Ena
Select
2
Enable/Disable
12
Total Unit
Select
2
0.001L~m3
13
Segma_N Ena
Select
2
Enable/Disable
14
Analog Type
Select
2
0~10mA /4~20mA
15
Pulse Type
Select
2
Freque / Pulse
16
Pulse Unit
Select
2
0.001L~1m3
17
Frequen Max
Select
2
1~ 5000 HZ
18
Mtsensor Ena
Select
2
Enable/Disable
19
Mtsnsr Trip
Set count
2
999.9 %
20
Mtsensor Crc
Set count
2
0.0000~3.9999
21
Alm High Ena
Select
2
Enable/Disable
22
Alm High Val
Set count
2
000.0~ 199.9 %
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Alm Low Ena
Select
2
Enable/Disable
24
Alm Low Val
Set count
2
000.0~199.9 %
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Clear Total
Password
3
000000~399999
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Total Key
Set count
4
000000~399999
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Sensor Code1
User set
5
Finished Y M
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Sensor Code2
User set
5
Product number
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Sensor Fact
Set count
5
0.0000~3.9999
30
Field Type
Select
5
Mode 1,2,3,4
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Flow Factor
Set count
5
0.0000~3.9999
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Mult Factor
Set count
5
0.0000~3.9999
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Analog Zero
Set count
5
0.0000~1.9999
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Analog Range
Set count
5
0.0000~3.9999
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Meter Factor
Set count
5
0.0000~3.9999
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MeterCode 1
Factory set
5
Finished Y M
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MeterCode 2
Factory set
5
Product Serial No
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FwdTotal Lo
Correctable
5
00000~99999
39
FwdTotal Hi
Correctable
5
00000~39999
40
RevTotal Lo
Correctable
5
00000~99999
41
RevTotal Hi
Correctable
5
00000~39999
42
Year
User correct
5
00~99
43
Month
User correct
5
00~99
44
Day
User correct
5
00~99
45
Hour
User correct
5
00~99
46
Minute
User correct
5
00~99
47
Second
User correct
5
00~99
48
Pass Word 1
User correct
5
0000~9999
49
Pass Word 2
User correct
5
0000~9999
50
Pass Word 3
User correct
5
0000~9999
51
Pass Word 4
User correct
5
0000~9999
52
Load Preset
Factory set
6
Initialize password
Note: 4 and 13 don’t use when drop time, 43~49 are recording time when power turn-off,
no this function no these parameters.
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5.2.2 Converters parameters
Parameters of converters can decide the running status, process and output ways as well as
state of output. Correct option and setting of parameters can keep the converters running
optimally and get higher accuracies of output bother in display and in measurement.
There are 6 grades of passwords for setting parameters function. Grades 1 to grade 5 of
passwords are for users and grade 6 of password is for manufacturer. Users can reset their
passwords of grades 1~4 in grade 5.
Users can check converters parameters in any grade of password. However, if users want to
change parameters pf converters, deferent grade of parameters have to be used by the users.
Grade 1 of password (set by manufacturer as 0521): users can only read parameter.
Grade 2 of password (set by manufacturer as 3210): users can change 1~24 parameters.
Grade 3 of password (set by manufacturer as 6108): users can change 1~25parameters.
Grade 4 of password (set by manufacturer as 7206): users can change 1~26parameters.
Grade 5 of password (Fixed): users can change 1~51 parameters.
Password Grade 5 can be set by skilled users. Grade 4 is mainly used for resetting total
volume in password. Grades 1~3 can be set by any one who can be chosen by users.
5.2.2.1
Language
There are 2 languages for L-Mag converter operation. They can be set by users according
to the users needs.
5.2.2.2
Com Addres
It means this instrument’s address when communicates with many, and has 01~99 , holding
the 0.
5.2.2.3
Baud Rate
600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 and 14400 baud rate.
5.2.2.4 Com Protocol
Tpye 1 is 485 communicates, Type 2 is other special communicates.
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5.2.2.5 Sensor Size
Converters can be equipped with some deferent sensors that have deferent diameter of
measuring pipes. The pipes in deferent diameters from 3mm to 3000mm can be chosen in
relative table.
5.2.2.6
Flow range
Flow range means upper limit value, and lower limit value is set “0” automatically. So, it
makes the range, and makes the relation of percent display, frequency output and current
output with flow:
Percent display = (flow measure / measure range) * 100 %;
Frequency output = (flow measure / measure range) * frequency full;
Current output = (flow measure / measure range) * current full + base point;
Pulse output will not affect.
Notice:The flow unit can choose form the parameters (L/s、L/min、L/h、m3/s、m3/min、
m3/h),and the user can choose the proper unit according to the technological requirement
and using habit.
Notice: Using 5 valid to show the value of the flow, with the volume unit following the last
valid. The microprocessor can remind the users of the set mistakes leading to the upper
limit and lower limit overflow causing by unsuitable choosing the volume unit. For
example, when caliber is 200mm and choose l/h as the display volume unit, if the speed of
the volume is 1m/s and the volume is 113097 L/h, the figures is more than 5 valid and
cause upper limit overflow, and “error” is showed on the panel. So now the volume unit
can be chose from m3/s、m3/min and m3/h.While caliber is 3mm,choose m3/s as the volume
unit and the volume is 0.00000707m3/s,it is impossible to show the valid using 5 valid and
causing lower limit overflow, and “error” is showed on the panel. So now the volume unit
can be chose from L/s、L/min or L/h.
5.2.2.7 Flow Rspns
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It means time of filter measure value. The long one can enhance the stability of flow
display and output digital, and fits for gross add up of pulse flow; the short one means fast
respond rate, and fits for production control. It is set by select.
5.2.2.8 Flow Direct
If users think the direct and design are differ, just change the direct parameter is OK, but
not change exciting or signal.
5.2.2.9 Flow zero
Make sure the sensor is full of flow, and the flow is stillness. Flow zero is shown as
velocity of flow, mm/s.
FS = ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
± ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
Converter’s zero-flow correction displays like this:
Upper small words: FS means measure value of zero;
Lower large words: correction value of zero.
When FS is not “0”, make FS = 0. Note: if change the value on next line and FS increases,
please change the “+, -” to correct FS to zero.
Flow zero is the compound value of the sensor, and should be recorded in sensor list and
band. The unit will be mm/s, and the sign will be opposite with correction value.
5.2.2.10 Flow Cutoff
Flow cutoff is set in percentage of Upper Limit Range of flow, and users can delete all
Negligible Small Signals of flow volume, velocity and percentage out of displaying and
outputting them. Sometimes user can delete output of current output signal and frequency
(pulse) output signal only to have flow, velocity and percentage being displayed.
5.2.2.11 Total Unit
Converter display is counter with 9 bits, and the max is 999999999.
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Integrator units are L, m3, UKG and USG (liter, stere, English gallon, American gallon).
Flow integrator value:
0.001L、
0.010L、
0.100L、
1.000L
0.001m3、
0.010m3、
0.100m3、
1.000m3 ;
5.2.2.12 Segma_N Ena
When “SegmaN Ena” is “enable”, if the flow flows, the sensor will export pulse and
current。 When it is “disable”, the sensor will export pulse as “0” and current as “0”(4mA
or 0mA) for the flow flows reversals.
5.2.2.13 Analog Type
Output current types can be chosen by users as 1~10mA or 4~20mA practically.
5.2.2.14 Pulse Type
Two kinds of Pulse Outputs are can be chosen: Frequency Output and Pulse Output.
Frequency Output is continuous square waveform and Pulse output is a serial wave of
square wave. Frequency output is mainly used for instant flow and total integrated flow in
short time measurement. Frequency output can be chosen in equivalent frequency unit and
volume of integrated flow can be displayed. Frequency Output can be used in long time
measurement for total integrated flow with volume units.
Frequency output and pulse output are usually from OC gates so that DC power supplies
and load resistors have to be required (See Part 4.5).
5.2.2.15 Pulse Unit
Equivalent pulse Unit is referred to one pulse for value of flow. The range of pulse
equivalent can be chosen:
Pulse Equivalent
Flow
1
0.001L/cp
2
0.01L/cp
3
0.1L/cp
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4
1.0L/cp
5
0.001m3/cp
6
0.01m3/cp
7
0.1m3/cp
8
1.0m3/cp
Under the same flow, the smaller pulse, the higher frequency output, and the smaller
error will be. The highest pulse output is 100cp/s, and mechanism electromagnetic
counter can get 25 frequency/s.
5.2.2.16 Frequen Max
Frequency output range is as the upper limit of flow measure, just the percent flow 100%.
Frequency output upper limit can be selected between 1~5000Hz.
5.2.2.17 Mtsensor Ena
The state of empty pipe can be detected with the function of converter. In the case of
Empty Pipe Alarm, if the pipe was empty, the signals of analog output and digital output
would be zero and displayed flow would be zero, too.
5.2.2.18 Mtsnsr Trip
The sensor use flow resist rate to judge whether full of pipe, so empty pipe value is a
continuum value. Even though different flow has different resist rate, when the flow is full,
the resist rate is steady.
It uses relative resist rate to calculate empty measure value, define the full pipe resist rate
100%, as empty pipe alarm to adjust to 100%, when flow surface is lower than the
electrode, the electrode touches the air and the rate will be higher, so the instrument
displays empty pipe alarm.
For fact use, when the flow is full of pipe after adjusting empty pipe to 100% and the
surface is lower than the electrode completely, L_Mag empty pipe value will get 1000% all
more. So empty pipe alarm set at about 900% and can alarm empty state correctly.
When the surface drops from full to empty, it will hang some liquid on the wall, and this
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will lead the empty pipe measure not to get the max immediately but needs some time. So
if want empty alarm reacts quickly, make the threshold smaller as 500%.
5.2.2.19 Mtsensor Crc
Liquid specific conductance is different because of different mediator and area. The
instrument can’t determine threshold of empty pipe alarm in every condition detailedly.
So ,L_Mag uses mathematics normalization method to set threshold as the method of
setting alarm percentage by users .
Instrument designing has an amendment coefficient of empty pipe.No matter which
mediator ,where the instrument being used, if in the condition of full packages, we adjust
empty pipe amendment coefficient to make instrument indicating relative conductance be
100% ,then set empty pipe alarm threshold between 500% and 999% to finish operation of
empty pipe alarm.
5.2.2.20 Alm High Ena
Users can choose “Enable” or “Disable”.
5.2.2.21 Alm High val
The parameter of upper limit alarm is percentage of flow range and can be set in the way of
setting one numerical value between 0%~199.9%.When the value of flow percentage is
larger than the value of setting value, the converter outputs the alarm signal.
5.2.2.22 Alm low
The same as upper limit alarm.
5.2.2.23 Sensor Code
It is referred to the produced date of sensor and the serial number of product that can keep
the sensors coefficient right and accurate.
5.2.2.24 Sensor Fact
“Sensor Coefficient” is printed on the Label of the sensor when it is made in factory. The
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“sensor coefficient” has to be set into Sensor Coefficient Parameter when it runs with
converter.
5.2.2.25 Field Type
The Meter afford three exciting frequency types: 1/10 frequency (type 1), 1/16 frequency
(type 2), 1/25 frequency (type 3) and 1/32 frequency (type 4). The small-bore one should
use 1/10 frequency, and large-bore one should use 1/16 or 1/25 frequency. When using,
please select type 1 first, if the zero of velocity is too high, select the type 2 or type 3.
Note: Demarcate on which exciting type, working on it only.
5.2.2.26 Flow Factor
Flow Verification Coefficient is the Converter Verification Coefficient. Users must
calibrate the converters by means of general standard verifiers. Setting this coefficient to
make that all converters have the same features in work, the converters can match the
sensors for flow measurement.
5.2.2.27 Mult Factor
This is used to bright dyke diving measure, such as one sensor is compounded with two
alike caliber pipes, then the factor is 3.0000.
5.2.2.28 FwdTotal Lo and hi
Positive total volume high byte and low byte can change forthcoming and reverse total
value, and be used to maintenance and instead.
User use 5 byte code to enter, and can modify the positive accumulating volume (∑+).
Usually, it is unsuitable to exceed the maximum the counter set(999999999).
5.2.2.28 RevTotal Lo and hi
User use 5 byte code to enter, and can modify the negative accumulating volume (∑-).
Usually, it is unsuitable to exceed the minimum the counter set(999999999).
5.2.2.29 Date (Year, Month, Day) and Time (Hour, Minute and Second)
Users can set the date (Year, month, and day) and Time (hour, minute and second in
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Password 5.
5.2.2.30 User’s password 1~4
Users can use 5 grades of passwords to correct these passwords.
5. 2.2.31 Analog Zero
When the converters are made in the factory, output current have been calibrated to zero
scale, that is, accurate 0mA or 4mA output.
5.2.2.32 Analog Range
When the converters is made in the factory, output current have been calibrated to full scale,
that is, accurate 10mA or 20mA output.
5.2.2.33 Meter Factor
This fact is the special one of sensor-made-factory and the factory use this fact to unite
L_Mag electromagnetic flowmeters converters to make sure all the instruments can
interchange by 0.1%.
5.2.2.34 Converter code 1 and 2
Converter code records the date of manufacturing and serial number of converter.
6. Recording time when power turn-off (with power turn-off
function)
When power turns off, the liquid in the piping still flows that means the flower also
exist. But because the power is cut, so the insctrument could not record. For resolving this
problem, L_Mag electronics flowermeter designs length of power turn-off time function to
record the power turn-off time and power turn-on time for user to deal with.
6.1 Displaying turn-off power time
There is a clock for timing when power turns off (inside batteries power supply), which
can work longer than 5 years. If using power turn-off time function, make sure this
clock is OK.
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a) Set year, month, day, hour, minute and second exactly.
b) Make sure the power inside is enough(exchange batteries every 5 years).
6.2 Erasing “turn-off power” recording
There are 256 record stores, and everyone records one power-off. When 256 numbers
have stored, the time will not recorded anymore.
Record format like this:
001 次 总019次
04月01日12时12分
本次 0000.20时
总计 0002.20时
Number
Time
This time
Whole time
Exactitude to minute.
6.3 Examine power-off records
Push down key “Enter” to enter the model “Displaying Turn-off Time”:
a) No power-off records, means there are no power-off records; push any key to return
to “Flow Display Model”,
b) If having power-off records, push “Up” key to display next recording and “Down”
key to display preceding recording. Finally,
Push down the key “Enter” to return to “Flow Display Model”.
6.4 Clear the records
After user set down the records, it can clear all the records. Do like this:
Step 1: push “Complex” + “Enter” to password setting;
Step 2: input password: 4+11;
Step 3: push “Complex” + “Enter” for a second to clear records.
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7. Recording gross of hour( has hour gross recording function)
At present, much flowmeter measure system uses ladder-time method, for example,
some supply water system. For this complexion, L_MagB designs hour gross recording
function. Use the unit as hour, record the gross flux in this hour, and supply gist to this
method.
7.1 Function parts
Hour gross recording function accords to the clock inside, so make sure the clock
inside is OK.
a)
Set the year, month, day, hour, minute and second exactly;
b)
Make sure the power inside is enough (exchange batteries every 5 years).
7.2 Format
There are 1024 record stores, and everyone records one hour power-off. When 1024
numbers have stored, the time will not recorded anymore.
Record format like this:
0001 时记总量
06年04月01日15时
+Σ0000009862
-Σ0000000068
Time
Date
+ Gross
- Gross
7.3 Check the gross
Push “Up” to the interface of hour gross, then push “Up” or “Down” to check, at
last push “Enter” to return.
7.4 Clear the records
The grosses of hours and cumulations are correlatively, so clear one, clear both. Do
like this:
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Push “Complex” + “Enter” to the password interface, input the 4 th password, then push
“Up” to the Total Clear, and input the password to complete. The records will be
cleared .
8. Infrared telecontrol function keys
The operation of the infrared-hand-remote control keyboard is the same with the
operation of the instrument. When use it, please keep the infrared transmitter of the
infrared-hand-remote control keyboard and the receiver of the instrument parallel, with the
distance of about one meter.
Concrete operation referring to the figure:
Mag
Remote
Key
L≤ 1m
Fig.8.1: The communication figure of the infrared-hand-remote control keyboard and the
instrument
9. Alarm information
PCB of electromagnetic flowmeters converters use SMT, so for user, it is unable to
service, and cannot open the shell of converter.
Intelligent converters have self-diagnose function. Without trouble of power and
hardware circuit, the normal trouble can be alarmed correctly. This information displays “!”
on the left of LCD. The trouble is like this:
Hig Alm ---- Flow high limit alarm;
Mtsnsr Alm ---- Flow empty pipe alarm;
Low Alm ---- Flow low limit alarm;
SYSTEM ALM---- System exciting alarm.
UPPER ALARM ---- Flow high limit alarm;
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LOWER ALARM ---- Flow empty pipe alarm;
LIQUID ALARM
---- Flow empty pipe alarm;
SYSTEM ALARM ---- System exciting alarm.
10. Troubleshooting
10.1 No display:
a) Check the power supply connection;
b) Check the power fuse to see for OK;
c) Check the contrast of LCD and regulate it to working state;
10.2 Exciting alarm
a) Check if the exciting cables EX1 and EX2 did not connected;
b) Check if the total resistance of sensor’s exciting coil resistances less than 150Ω;
c) If a) and b) are OK, the converter is failed.
10.3 Empty pipe alarm
* If measured fluid full of testing pipe of sensor;
* When shorting circuit three connectors SIG 1, SIG 2, SIGGND of converter, and no
“Empty Alarm” displayed then the converter works OK. In this case, it is possible
that conductivity of measured fluid may be small or empty threshold of empty pipe
and range of empty pipe are set wrongly.
* Check if the signal cable is OK;
* Check if the electro-poles are OK or not.
Let the flow is zero, then the displayed conductivity should be less than 100%.
Resistances of SIG1 to SIGGND and SIG2 to SIGGND are all less than 50kΩ
(conductivity of water) during measurement operation. (It is better to test the
resistances by means of multimeter with pointer to see the charging process well.)
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* The DC voltage should be less than 1V between DS1 and DS2 testing the voltage by
means of multimeter. If DC voltage is larger than 1V, the electro poles of sensor
were polluted that have to be cleaned.
10.4 Measure flow disallow
* If measured fluid full of testing pipe of sensor;
* Check if the signal cable is OK;
* Check the sensor modulus and sensor zero whether set as the sensor scutche on or
leave factory checkout.
11. L_Mag encasement and reserve
11.1 Encasement
Electromagnetic flowmeter converter is packed as vacuum, and can insulate wet. The bag
is appropriative one, if the bag is open, it will not product of original factory.
Installation Manual, Certificate of Product and Packing List are all with the converter.
11.2 Shipping and storage
To prevent the product from damage during shipping, keep the original package of
manufacturer. The products should be stored in storehouse that meets following conditions:
a) Keep off raining and moisture;
b) Keep off heavy vibration, and strike;
c) Ambient temperature -20~+60℃;
d) Humidity less than 80%.
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Appendix One: Selection of exciting frequency (re.)
L_Mag afford three exciting frequency types: 1/10 frequency (type 1), 1/16 frequency
(type 2), 1/25 frequency (type 3) and 1/32 frequency (type 4). The small-bore one should
use 1/10 frequency, and large-bore one should use 1/16 or 1/25 frequency. When using,
please select type 1 first, if the zero of velocity is too high, select the type 2 or type 3.
In the user’s sensor that L_Mag gives, often the sensor is not fit for the L_Mag
converters, at this time can do like this:
(1)
Small exciting loop resist
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If the exciting loop resist is smaller than the sensor’s request, can series resist to get
the total value. The series resist’s power should be more than one time of fact, for
example, series 10Ω on 250mA current, the power will be 3W.
(2)
Large exciting loop resist (change exciting current)
If the exciting loop resist is larger than the sensor’s request, can change the exciting
current, for example, if exciting loop resist is 70Ω, for 250mA this is larger, so can change
the current to 187mA.
(3)
Large exciting loop resist (change loop connect)
If the exciting loop resist is larger than the sensor’s request, can change the connect of
loop, for example, if exciting loop resist is 200Ω, every exciting loop resist is 100Ω,
parallel connection the upper and lower loop is OK.
According the analysis, change the connect of exciting loop, measure from either head
of exciting loop,
Total resist = (R1 + RL1) parallel connection (R2 + RL2) ≤ 120Ω;
(As the Fig. R1, R2----addition resists; RL1, RL2----exciting resists)
R1
RL1
L1
R2
RL2
L2
EXT
EXT
Total resist = ( R1 + RL1 ) parallel connection ( R2 + RL2 ) ≤ 120Ω;
( as the Fig. R1, R2----addition resists; RL1, RL2----exciting resists)
(4) Sensor exciting current steady time so long (inductance is too large)
For this question, firstly changing exciting type, select 1/16 or 1/25 frequency.
If cannot content, change connect of exciting loop.
Exciting current transition time τ = L / R
L ---- Exciting loop inductance; R ---- exciting loop resist.
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So decrease L and increase R both can decrease τ.
According the analysis, change the connect of exciting loop, measure from either head
of exciting loop,
R1
RL1
L1
EXT
EXT
R2
RL2
L2
Total resist = ( R1 + RL1 ) parallel connection ( R2 + RL2 ) ≤ 120Ω;
( as the Fig. R1, R2----addition resists; RL1, RL2----exciting resists)
In the design of L_mag converter, add testing of sensor transition time. When user comes
into parameter setting and get the “Load Preset”, the instrument will test sensor
transition time. Setting parameter every time the instrument will test again automatically
Exciting state
Transition time(ms)
Setting value
Appendix Two ON/OFF Switch Diagram
ON
1
2
3
OFF
1
2 OFF
3
Key 1: ON: Pulse output to OC gate when flow verification was taken. Connect pull -up
resistor.
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OFF: No connection.
Key 2, 3: ON, ON: Connected to RS485 terminal resistor for communication
Appendix Three:HART function explaination
1. HART Bus Conception
HART Bus is a kind of data-communication Bus using in field apparatus which is
developed by Rosemount enterprise in 1993. Its English name is the abbreviation of
“Highway Addressable Remote Transducer” which means addressable remote sensor
data path. Its
transferring mode of data-signal is to fold a current FM signal on current signal which
value is from 4 to 20.Logical one is represented by 1200Hz.Logical zero is represented
by 2200Hz.Baud rate is 1200bps. The signal modulation waveform is as follows:
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2. HART Bus network fig
HART Bus transfers data-signal through signal line which value is from 4 to 20mA.For
this reason,it can save local data communication line and implement data
communication.Its adaptive for local using.The local network fig composed by HART Bus
is as follows:
3. Matters need attention of HART using function meter
1) Load which is parallel connection between electrical flowmeter and Hand held uint and
HARTMODEM is on polarity.
2) Resistance of circuit should be greater than 200Ω,less than 500Ω.
3) Hand held uint and HARTMODEM shouldn’t be connection in series in current circuit.
Note:
1. When parameter of L-Mag series electronetic flowmeteconverter is set by hand held
uint and HARTMODEM, the meter should set address not zero, modify
communication mode to be mode 2 ,and set baud rate to be 4800.
2. If communication mode、address or baud rate is not right ,hand held uint and
HARTMODEM couldn’t set parameters.
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