User`s Manual YVP110 Advanced Valve Positioner

User`s Manual YVP110 Advanced Valve Positioner
User’s
Manual
YVP110
Advanced Valve Positioner
Manual Change No. 13-007
Please use the attached sheets for the pages listed below in the following manuals.
IM 21B04C01-01E (9th)
Page and Item
Contents of Correction
CONTENTS
CENELEC ATEX (KEMA)→ATEX
Page 1-3
EMC Conformity Standards
Correction
Page 1-7
ATEX Certificate
CENELEC ATEX (KEMA)→ATEX
Page 1-9
B) ATEX Flameproof Type
C) ATEX Type of Protection “n”
Page 1-10
CENELEC ATEX (KEMA)→ATEX
Change specifications
ATEX Intrinsically safe (Ex ic) / Type n (Ex nA)
Change specifications and Notes
Change Notes and Installation Diagram
Page 1-11
(6) Name plate
Add Name plate for /KN25
Page 6-1
General
CENELEC→ATEX
Page 7-1
Conditions of Communication Line
Change current draw
Page 7-4
KF2, KS25
KN25
CENELEC ATEX (KEMA)→ATEX
Change specifications
Page A-13
Relative Index 52 to 55, 62 and 63
Corrections
Page A-30
A4.2 Specifications
Change current draw
June 20, 2013
i
YVP110
Advanced Valve Positioner
IM 21B04C01-01E 9th Edition
CONTENTS
Introduction...........................................................................................................viii
■ Notes on the User’s Manual.............................................................................. viii
■ For Safe Use of Product.................................................................................... viii
■ Warranty...............................................................................................................ix
■ Trade Mark...........................................................................................................ix
■ ATEX Documentation............................................................................................x
PART I: HARDWARE
1.
Notes on Handling..................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
Nameplate........................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Transport............................................................................................................. 1-1
1.3
Storage................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.4
Choosing the Installation Location.................................................................. 1-1
1.5
Use of a Transceiver.......................................................................................... 1-1
1.6
Insulation Resistance Test and Withstand Voltage Test............................... 1-2
1.7
Notes for Saftey.................................................................................................. 1-2
1.8
EMC Conformity Standards.............................................................................. 1-3
1.9
Installation of Explosion Protected Type Positioner..................................... 1-3
1.10
2.
3.
1.9.1
FM Certification................................................................................... 1-3
1.9.2
ATEX Certification............................................................................... 1-7
1.9.3
CSA Certification............................................................................... 1-12
1.9.4
TIIS Certification............................................................................... 1-12
Low Voltage Directive...................................................................................... 1-12
Part Names................................................................................................. 2-1
2.1
Appearance and Part Names............................................................................ 2-1
2.2
Block Diagram.................................................................................................... 2-1
Installing YVP110 on Actuator................................................................. 3-1
3.1
General................................................................................................................ 3-1
3.2
Installing YVP110 on Actuator.......................................................................... 3-1
3.2.1
Installing YVP110 on Linear-motion Control Valve............................. 3-1
3.2.2
Installing YVP110 on Rotary-motion Control Valve............................ 3-3
3.2.3
A/M Switching..................................................................................... 3-5
9th Edition: Sep. 2011(KP)
All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2000, Yokogawa Electric Corporation
IM 21B04C01-01E
1.8 EMC Conformity Standards
or
EN61326-1 Class A, Table 2 (For use in industrial
locations)
CAUTION
This instrument is a Class A product, and it is
designed for use in the industrial environment.
Please use this instrument in the industrial
environment only.
1.9 Installation of Explosion
Protected Type Positioner
CAUTION
To preserve the safety of explosionproof
equipment requires great care during mounting,
wiring and piping. Safety requirements also
place restrictions on maintenance and repair
activities. Please read the following section very
carefully.
1.9.1 FM Certification
A) FM Intrinsically Safe Type
Cautions for FM Intrinsically safe type. (Following
cotents refer “Doc No. IFM017-A12 P.1, 1-1, 2, 2-1,
and 2-2.”)
Note 1. Model YVP110 Advenced Valve Positioner
with optional code /FS15 are applicable for
use in hazardous locations.
• Applicable standard: FM3600, FM3610,
FM3611, FM3810, ANSI/NEMA250
• Intrinsically safe, with FISCO parameters, for
use in Class I, II, III, Division 1, Groups A, B,
C, D, E, F, G and Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC
• Non-incendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups
A, B, C, D and Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC
• Indoor/Outdoor hazardous locations, NEMA
4X
• Ambient Temperature: –40 to 60°C
Note 2. Electrical Data
Rating 1
For Groups A, B, C, D, E, F and G or Group IIC
Maximum Input Voltage Vmax: 24 V
Maximum Input Current Imax: 250 mA
Maximum Input Power Pmax: 1.2 W
Maximum Internal Capacitance Ci: 1.76 nF
Maximum Internal Inductance Li: 0 µH
1-3
<1. Notes on Handling>
or
Rating 2
For Groups A, B, C, D, E, F and G or Group IIC
Maximum Input Voltage Vmax: 17.5 V
Maximum Input Current Imax: 360 mA
Maximum Input Power Pmax: 2.52 W
Maximum Internal Capacitance Ci: 1.76 nF
Maximum Internal Inductance Li: 0 µH
Rating 3
For Groups C, D, E, F and G or Group IIB
Maximum Input Voltage Vmax: 17.5 V
Maximum Input Current Imax: 380 mA
Maximum Input Power Pmax: 5.32 W
Maximum Internal Capacitance Ci: 1.76 nF
Maximum Internal Inductance Li: 0 µH
• In the rating 1, the output current of the
barrier must be limited by a resistor “Ra”
such that
Io = Uo/Ra.
• In the rating 2 or 3, the output characteristics
of the barrier must be the type of trapezoid
which are certified as the FISCO model.
• The safety barrier may include a terminator.
• More than one field instruments may be
connected to the power supply line.
Note 3. Installation
• Dust-tight conduit seal must be used
when installed in Class II and Class III
environments.
• Control equipment connected to the
Assoiciated Apparatus must not use or
generate more than 250 Vrms or Vdc.
• Installation should be in accordance with
ANSI/ISA RP12.6 “Installation of Intrinsically
Safe Systems for Hazardous (Classified)
Locations” and the National Electrical Code
(ANSI/NFPA 70) Sections 504 and 505.
• The configuration of Associated Apparatus
must be Factory Mutual Research Approved
under FISCO Concept.
• Associated Apparatus manufacturer’s
installation drawing must be followed when
installing this equipment.
• The YVP series are approved for Class
I, Zone 0, applications. If connecting
AEx[ib] associated Apparatus or AEx ib I.S.
Apparatus to the YVP series the I.S. circuit
is only suitable for Class I, Zone 1, or Class
I, Zone 2, and is not suitable for Class I,
Zone 0, or Class I, Division 1, Hazardous
(Classified) Locations.
IM 21B04C01-01E
1.9.2 ATEX Certification
WARNING
• Do not open the cover when energized.
• When the ambient temp.≥70°C,
Use the heat-resisting cable≥90°C
• Take care not to generate mechanical
sparking when access to the instrument and
peripheral devices in hazardous locations.
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard.
Avoid any actions that cause the generation
of electrostatic charge, such as rubbing with
a dry cloth on coating face of product.
(1) Technical Data
A) ATEX Intrinsically Safe Type
Caution for ATEX Intrinsically Safe Type.
NOTE
Keep the safety use conditions for both 1G and
1D when used in the hazardous gas and dust
area.
Note1. Model YVP110 Advanced Valve Positioner with optional code /KS25 for potentially
explosive atmospheres:
• Applicable standard: EN60079-0:2006,
EN60079-11:2007, EN60079-26:2007,
EN60079-27:2006, EN61241-0:2006,
EN61241-1:2004, EN61241-11:2006 and
EN60529
• Certificate: KEMA 08ATEX0114 X
Note 2. Ratings
Type of Protection:
II 1G Ex ia IIB/IIC T4
II 1D Ex iaD 20 IP65 T100°C
II 1D Ex tD A20 IP65 T100°C
Maximum Surface Temperature for dust proof.:
T100°C
Ambient Temperature Ex ia or Ex iaD:
–40°C to +60°C
Ambient Temperature Ex tD: –40°C to +80°C
Ambient Humidity: 0 to 100%RH
(No condensation)
1-7
<1. Notes on Handling>
Degree of Protection of the Enclosure: IP65
Electrical Parameters:
For Ex ia IIC or Ex iaD
Ui = 24.0 V, Ii = 250 mA, Pi = 1.2 W,
Cint = 1.76 nF, Lint = 0 μH
or
For Ex ia IIB/ IIC or Ex iaD (FISCO model)
Ui = 17.5 V, Ii = 380 mA, Pi = 5.32 W,
Cint = 1.76 nF, Lint = 0 μH
For II 1D Ex tD
Input signal: 32 Vdc,
Output current: 17 mA
Note 3. Installation
All wiring shall comply with local installation
requirements.
(Refer to the installation diagram)
Note 4. Maintenance and Repair
The instrument modification or parts
replacement by other than authorized
representative of Yokogawa Electric
Corporation is prohibited and will void KEMA
Intrinsically safe Certification.
Note 5. Special Conditions for Safe Use
Because the enclosure of the Valve Positioner
is made of aluminium, if it is mounted in an area
where the use of category 1G apparatus is
required, it must be installed such, that, even in
the event of rare incidents, ignition sources due
to impact and friction sparks are excluded.
Once used as apparatus of equipment category
1D in type of protection Ex tD, the valve
positioner is no longer suitable as apparatus
of equipment category 1G or 1D in type of
protection Ex ia or Ex iaD.
Note 6. Installation Instructions
When used in a potentially explosive
atmosphere, requiring the use of apparatus of
equipment category 1D, suitable certified cable
entry devices or certified blanking elements
with a degree of ingress protection of at least
IP6X according to EN 60529 shall be used and
correctly installed.
Note 7. Installation
When used in potentially explosive atmosphere
for category 1D, need not use safety barrier.
IM 21B04C01-01E
I.S. values Power supply-field device:
Po ≤ Pi, Uo ≤ Ui, Io ≤ Ii
Calculation of max. allowed cable length:
Ccable ≤ Co - ∑ci - ∑ci (Terminator)
Lcable ≤ Lo - ∑Li
Number of Devices
The number of devices (max. 32) possible on a
fieldbus link depends on factors such as the power
consumption of each device, the type of cable used,
use of repeaters, etc.
B) ATEX Flameproof Type
Caution for ATEX flameproof type.
Note 1. Model YVP110 Valve Positioner with
optional code /KF2 is applicable for
potentially explosive atmospheres:
• Applicable standard:
EN60079-0:2009, EN60079-1:2007
• Certificate: KEMA 10ATEX0023 X
• Group: II
• Category: 2G
• Type of Protection and Marking Code:
Ex d IIC, T6 or T5 Gb
• Ambient Temperature: T6; –40 to 65°C
T5; –40 to 80°C
Note 2. Electrical Data
• Supply voltage: 32 V DC max.
• Output signal: 17 mA DC
Note 3. Installation Instructions
• The cable glands and blanking elements
shall be certified in type of protection
flameproof enclosure “d” suitable for the
conditions of use and correctly installed.
• With the use of conduit entries a sealing
device shall be provided either in the
flameproof enclosure or immediately on the
entrance thereto.
• To maintain the degree of ingress protection
IP65 according to EN 60529 special care
must be taken to avoid water entering the
breathing and draining device when the valve
positioner is mounted with the feedback shaft
in the upright position.
Note 4. Operation
• Keep strictly the WARNING on the label on
the positioner.
AFTER DE-ENERGIZING, DELAY 5
MINUTES BEFORE OPENING.
WHEN THE AMBIENT TEMP. ≥ 70°C,
USE HEAT-RESISTING CABLE & CABLE
GLAND ≥ 90°C.
1-9
<1. Notes on Handling>
Note 5. Maintenance and Repair
• The instrument modification or parts
replacement by other than authorized
representative of Yokogawa Electric
Corporation is prohibited and will void KEMA
Flameproof Certification.
C) ATEX Intrinsically safe (Ex ic)/Type n (Ex nA)
Note 1. Model YVP110 Advanced Valve Positioner
with optional code /KN25
• Applicable standard:
EN60079-0:2009/EN60079-0:2012(Ex ic/Ex
nA), EN60079-11:2012(Ex ic)
EN60079-15:2010(Ex nA)
• Ex ic: II 3G Ex ic IIC T4 Gc (Intrinsically safe)
• Ex nA: II 3G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc (Non-sparking)
• Ambient Temperature: -30 to 75°C
• Ambient Humidity:
0 to 100%RH (No condensation)
• Enclosure: IP65
Note 2. Electrical Data
• Ex ic: Ui = 32 V, Ci = 3.52 nF, Li = 0 μH
• Ex nA: 32 V DC MAX
Note 3. For the installation of this positioner, once
a particular declared type of protection
is selected, the other type of protection
cannot be used. The installation must be in
accordance with the description about type
of protection in this instruction manual.
Note 4. In order to avoid confusion, unnecessary
marking is crossed out on the label other
than the selected type of protection when
positioner is installed.
Note 5. Installation Instructions
• Cable glands, adapters and/or blanking
elements shall be of Ex “n”, EX “e” or Ex “d”
and shall be installed so as to maintain the
specified degree of protection (IP Code) of
the equipment.
• To maintain the degree of protection IP65
according to IEC 60529, special care must
be taken to avoid water.
Note 6. Maintenance and Repair
• The instrument modification or parts
replacement by other than authorized
representative of Yokogawa Electric
Corporation is prohibited and will void ATEX
Ex ic and Ex nA.
IM 21B04C01-01E
1-10
<1. Notes on Handling>
Note 7. Ex ic Installation
• All wiring shall comply with local installation
requirements (refer to the installation
diagram)
Installation Diagram
Hazardous Area
Valve Positioner
+
−
Non-hazardous Area
Associated Apparatus
+
−
F0108.ai
Electrical Data: Ui = 32 V
Ci = 3.52 nF
Li = 0 μH
Note 8. Ex ic Specific Conditions of Use
WARNING
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard. Avoid any actions that cause the
generation of electrostatic charge, such as
rubbing with a dry cloth on coating face of
product.
• When the lightning protector option is
specified (/A), the apparatus is not capable
of withstanding the 500V insulation test
required by EN60079-11. This must be taken
into account when installing the apparatus.
• WHEN THE AMBIENT TEMP.≥70°C, USE
THE HEAT-RESISTING CABLE AND
CABLE GRAND≥90°C
• POTENTAIAL ELECTROSTATIC
CHARGING HAZARD – SEE USER’S
MANUAL
Note 9. Ex nA Installation
• Screws of terminals for field wiring
connections shall be tightened with specified
torque values: 1.2 N·m
Note 10.Ex nA Specific Conditions of Use
WARNING
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard. Avoid any actions that cause the
generation of electrostatic charge, such as
rubbing with a dry cloth on coating face of
product.
• WHEN THE AMBIENT TEMP.≥70°C, USE
THE HEAT-RESISTING CABLE AND
CABLE GRAND≥90°C
• POTENTAIAL ELECTROSTATIC
CHARGING HAZARD – SEE USER’S
MANUAL
• DO NOT OPEN IN AN EXPLOSIVE
ATMOSPHERE WHEN ENERGIZED
(2) Electrical Connection
The type of electrical connection is stamped near
the electrical connection port according to the
following marking.
Screw Size
Marking
ISO M20 × 1.5 female
M
ANSI 1/2 NPT female
N
Location of the marking
F0109.ai
(3) Installation WARNING
All wiring shall comply with local installation
requirement and local electrical code.
WARNING
When using a power supply not having a
nonincendive circuit, please pay attention not to
ignite in the surrounding flammable atmosphere.
In such a case, we recommend using wiring
metal conduit in order to prevent the ignition.
IM 21B04C01-01E
1-11
<1. Notes on Handling>
The grounding terminals are located on the inside
and outside of the terminal area.
Connect the cable to grounding terminal in
accordance with wiring procedure 1) or 2).
(6) Name Plate
● Name plate for
intrinsically safe type
● Name plate for
flameproof type
F9176LL
YVP KS25
F9176LK
YVP KF2
WARNING
DON'T OPEN WHEN ENERGIZED.
WHEN THE AMBIENT TEMP. ≥70°C
USE THE HEAT-RESISTING CABLE ≥90°C
No. KEMA 08ATEX0114 X
II 1G Ex ia IIB/IIC T4
Tamb: −40 to 60°C
II 1D Ex iaD 20 IP65 T100°C
Tamb: −40 to 60°C
II 1D Ex tD A20 IP65 T100°C
Tamb: −40 to 80°C
ENCLOSURE:IP65
For II 1G Ex ia IIC or II 1D Ex iaD
Ui=24V Ii=250mA Pi=1.2W Ci=1.76nF Li=0µH
For II 1G Ex ia IIC/IIB or II 1D Ex iaD (FISCO field device)
Ui=17.5V Ii=380mA Pi=5.32W Ci=1.76nF Li=0µH
For II 1D Ex tD
Input signal:32V Output current:17mA
1) Internal grounding
terminal
0344
N200
II 1G,1D
WARNING
AFTER DE-ENERGIZING, DELAY 5 MINUTES
BEFORE OPENING.
WHEN THE AMBIENT TEMP.≥70°C,
USE THE HEAT-RESISTING CABLE & CABLE GLAND ≥90°C.
POTENTIAL ELECTROSTATIC CHARGING HAZARD.
SEE USER’S MANUAL BEFORE USE.
No. KEMA 10ATEX0023X
Ex d IIC T6,T5 Gb
SUPPLY 32V DC MAX
Tamb −40 TO 65°C(T6),80°C(T5)
ENCLOSURE : IP 65
0344
N200
II 2G
2) External grounding
terminal
Foundation Fieldbus
9-17.5(24)V DC (Ex ia, iaD) 9-32.0V DC (Ex tD)
9 - 32 V DC Foundation Fieldbus
*3
TOKYO 180-8750 JAPAN
F0111.ai
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
The instrument modification or parts replacement
by other than authorized Representative of
Yokogawa Electric Corporation is prohibited and
will void the certification.
Made in Japan
F9176MQ
YVP KN25
(4) Operation
(5) Maintenance and Repair *3
TOKYO 180-8750 JAPAN
● Name plate for
/KN25 (Ex ic, Ex nA)
Wiring Procedure for Grounding Terminals
• OPEN CIRCUIT BEFORE REMOVING
COVER. INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THIS USER’S MANUAL
• Take care not to generate mechanical
sparking when access to the instrument and
peripheral devices in hazardous locations.
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard.
Avoid any actions that cause the generation
of electrostatic charge, such as rubbing with
a dry cloth on coating face of product.
• Carbon disulphide is excluded for enclosures
under gas atmosphere.
Made in Japan
WHEN THE AMBIENT TEMP.≥70°C,
USE THE HEAT-RESISTING CABLE & CABLE GLAND ≥90°C.
POTENTIAL ELECTROSTATIC CHARGING HAZARD.
- SEE USER’S MANUAL
DO NOT OPEN IN AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE WHEN
ENERGIZED
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
Tamb −30 TO 75°C
ENCLOSURE : IP 65
SUPPLY 32V DC MAX
Ex ic IIC T4 Gc
Tamb −30 TO 75°C
ENCLOSURE : IP 65
Ui=32V, Ci=3.52nF, Li=0µH
CROSS OUT UNNECESSARY MARKING OTHER
THAN THE SELECTED TYPE OF PRPTECTION
N200
II 3G
Foundation Fieldbus
*3
TOKYO 180-8750 JAPAN
Made in Japan
F0110.ai
MODEL: Specified model code.
SUFFIX: Specified suffix code.
STYLE: Style code.
SUPPLY: Air supply pressure.
NO.: Serial number and year of production*1.
INPUT: Type of electrical input (FOUNDATION
FIELDBUS).
TOKYO 180-8750 JAPAN:
The manufacturer name and the address*2.
*1:
The third figure from the last of the serial number shows
the year of production. For example, the production year
of the product engraved in “NO.” column on the name
plate as follows is 2001.
12A220566
108
The year 2001
*2:
“180-8750” is a zip code which represents the following
address.
2-9-32 Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo Japan
*3:
The production year is shown on the place of *3 (for
example “2013.02).”
IM 21B04C01-01E
6.
6-1
<6. Maintenance>
Maintenance
6.1 General
6.2 Periodic Inspections
The modular structure of the YVP110 increases the
ease of maintenance work. This chapter describes
cleaning and part replacement procedures that
should be done for maintenance of the YVP110.
To maintain problem-free plant operation, periodic
inspections are essential. At each periodic
inspection, be especially careful when ensuring
that:
• No external damage can be seen.
• No leakage from the YVP110 or the piping
around it can be detected.
• No build up in the drain, or dust or oil adhering
to the air supply line has occurred.
The YVP110 is a precision instrument; read the
following carefully when carrying out maintenance.
For calibrations, see Chapter 5.
CAUTION
6.2.1 Cleaning the Fixed Nozzle
Precautions for ATEX, and JIS flameproof
type instruments
• Flameproof type instrumets must be, as a
rule, removed to a non-hazardous area for
maintenance and be disassembled and
reassembled to the original state. For details,
see “Installation and Operating Precautions
for JIS Flameproof Equipment” later in this
manual.
• On the flameproof type instruments the
terminal cover is locked by an Allen head
bolt (shrouding bolt). When a shrouding bolt
is driven clockwise by an Allen wrench, it is
going in and cover lock is released, and then
the cover can be opened.
When a cover is closed it should be locked
by a shrouding bolt without fail. Tighten the
shrouding bolt to a torque of 0.7 N·m.
The fixed nozzle of the YVP110 is attached to the
control relay’s surface that engages the YVP110’s
main structure (see Figure 6.2). Detach the
control relay from the main structure of YVP110 by
following the instruction shown in 6.3.1. Thread a
wire with a 0.25-mm diameter through the nozzle to
clean it. After cleaning the nozzle, place the nozzle
and O-ring at the original position and attach the
control relay again.
O-ring
Nozzle
Shrouding Bolt
O-ring
F0602.ai
Figure 6.2 Cleaning the Nozzle
F0601.ai
Figure 6.1
Shrouding Bolts
CAUTION
All the O-rings used for the sealing of pneumatic
signal circuits are made of silicon rubber. The
sealing capability is degraded if general silicon
grease is applied. When applying grease to a
sealing part, use a type of grease compatible
with silicon rubber, such as fluoride grease and
grease for silicon rubber.
IM 21B04C01-01E
7.
7-1
<7. Standard Specifications>
Standard Specifications
n Standard Specifications
Applicable Control Valve:
Linear or Rotary Motion Control Valve
(Diaphragm Actuator and Cylinder)
Functions:
Function Blocks:
AO: One Analog Output
DI: Two Discrete Inputs
OS: One Splitter Block
IS: One Input Selector
AR: One Arithmetic
PID: One or Two PID Control Functions
(Optional)
NOTE
IS, AR and PID (2 blocks) function blocks are
applicable for only software download function
(/EE).
Link Master Function
Pressure Sensor (Optional)
Flow Characterization Feature:
Linear
Equal Percentage (50 : 1)
Equal Percentage (30 : 1)
Quick Opening
Camflex Percentage
Customer Characterization (10 segments)
Auto Tuning Function
Valve Position Detecting Function
Contiuous Diagnostics Function:
Total Travel
Number of Cycles
Time Open/Time Close/Time Near Close
Housing Materials:
Case: Aluminum die-cast
Paint: Polyurethane resin-baked finish
Color: Deep-sea moss-green
(Munsell 0.6GY3.l/2.0 or equivalent)
Communication:
Digital: FOUNDATION fieldbus
Supply Voltage:
9 to 32V DC for general use and flameproof
type
9 to 24V DC for intrinsically safe type Entity
model
9 to 17.5V DC for intrinsically safe type FISCO
model
Conditions of Communication Line
Supply Voltage: 9 to 32V DC
Current Draw:
Steady state: 17 mA max.
Software download state: 41 mA max.
Output Signals and Pressure Gauge Scale:
No gauge in standard. Pressure gauge can be
selected as option. The supply pressure unit on
the name plate for non-gauge model is Pa.
Diaphragm, Single acting Cylinder
Pressure Gauge Scale
Calibration
Supply Air
unit
Pressure
Supply Air Output Signal
Pa
140 to 400 kPa 400 kPa
400 kPa
kgf/cm2 1.4 to 4 kgf/cm2 4 kgf/cm2
4 kgf/cm2
bar
1.4 to 4 bar
4 bar
4 bar
psi
20 to 60 psi
60 psi
60 psi
Calibration
unit
Pa
kgf/cm2
bar
psi
Double acting Cylinder
Supply Air
Pressure Gauge Scale
Pressure
Supply Air Output Signal
200 to 700 kPa
1 MPa
2 to 7 kgf/cm2 10 kgf/cm2
2 to 7 bar
10 bar
30 to 105 psi
150 psi
1 MPa
10 kgf/cm2
10 bar
150 psi
Pressure Gauge Case:
Stainless steel JIS SUS 304
Normal Operating Conditions:
Air Supply pressure:
Single Acting Actuator:
20 to 60 psi (140 to 400 kPa)
Double Acting Actuator:
30 to 100 psi (200 to 700 kPa)
Vibration Limit: 4 mm at 5 to 15 Hz;
2G at 15 to 2000 Hz
Shock limit: 10G
Manual Operation:
Available using Auto/Manual (A/M) transfer
switch
Zero Adjustment Range:
–15 to 85% of span
IM 21B04C01-01E
7-4
<7. Standard Specifications>
n Optional Specifications (For Explosion Protected types)
Item
Description
CSA Explosionproof Approval*1
Applicable standard: C22.2 No. 0, No. 0.4, No. 0.5, No. 25, No. 30, No. 94, No. 1010.1
Certificate: 1186507
Explosionproof for Class I, Division 1, Class B, C & D; Class II, Groups E, F & G.,
Class III.
Enclosure Type: NEMA4X Temp. Class: T5/T6
Amb.Temp.: –40 to 82°C(–40 to 180°F) for T5, –40 to 75°C(–40 to 167°F) for T6
FM Explosionproof Approval*1
Applicable standard: FM3600, FM3615, FM3810, ANSI/NEMA250
Explosion proof for Class 1, Division 1, Groups A, B, C and D;
Dust-ignitionproof for Class II/III, Division 1, Groups E, F and G
Enclosure Type: NEMA 4X Temp. Class: T6
Amb. Temp.: –40 to 80°C (–40 to 176°F )
FM Intrinsically Safe, Nonincendive Approval*1
Applicable standard: FM3600, FM3610, FM3611, FM3810, ANSI/NEMA250
IS/ I, II, III/1/ABCDEFG/T4 Ta=60°C; Type 4X
I/0/AEx ia/IIC/T4 Ta=60°C; Type 4X, NI/I/2/ABCD/T4 Ta=60°C; Type 4X, I/2/IIC/T4
Ta=60°C; Type 4X, S/II/2/FG/T4
Ta=60°C; Type 4X, S/III/2/T4 Ta=60°C; Type 4X
Entity Parameters:
Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, and G and Group IIC Vmax=24 V, Imax=250 mA,
Pi=1.2 W, Ci=1.76 nF, Li=0 mH
FISCO Parameters:
Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, and G and Group IIC Vmax=17.5 V, Imax=360 mA,
Pi=2.52 W, Ci=1.76 nF, Li=0 mH
Groups C, D, E, F, and G and Group IIB Vmax=17.5 V, Imax=380 mA,
Pi=5.32 W, Ci=1.76 nF, Li=0 mH
Nonincendive Field Wiring Parameters:
Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, and G and Group IIC: Vmax=32 V, Ci=1.76 nF, Li=0 mH
FM Nonincendive Approval for /EE Software download *5
Applicable standard: FM3600, FM3611, FM3810
Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, & D
Class II, Division 2, Group F & G and Class III, Division 1
Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC in Hazardous (Classified) locations
Explosionproof type
Enclosure: “NEMA4X”, Temp. CI.: T4, Amb. Temp. –40 to 60°C (–40 to 140°F)
Vmax.=32V, Ci=3.52 nF, Li=0μH
ATEX Flameproof Approval*2
Applicable standard: EN60079-0:2009, EN60079-1:2007
Certificate: KEMA 10ATEX0023 X
II 2G Ex d IIC T6 or T5 Gb Amb. Temp.: –40 to 65°C (–40 to 149°F) for T6,
–40 to 80°C (–40 to 176°F) for T5
Special fastener: Class A2-50 or more
ATEX Intrinsically Safe Approval*2
Applicable standard: EN60079-0:2006, EN60079-11:2007, EN60079-26:2007,
EN60079-27:2006, EN61241-0:2006, EN61241-1:2004, EN61241-11:2006 and
EN60529
Certificate: KEMA 08ATEX0114 X
II 1G Ex ia IIB/IIC T4
II 1D Ex iaD 20 IP65 T100°C
II 1D Ex tD A20 IP65 T100°C
Maximum Surface Temperature for dust proof: T100°C
Ambient Temperature for Ex ia/Ex iaD: –40 to 60°C (–40 to 140°F)
Ambient Temperature for Ex tD: –40 to 80°C (–40 to 176°F)
Enclosure: IP65
For Ex ia IIC or Ex iaD: Ui=24.0 V, Ii=250 mA, Pi=1.2 W, Ci=1.76 nF, Li=0 μH
For Ex ia IIB/ IIC or Ex iaD (FISCO model): Ui=17.5 V, Ii=380 mA, Pi=5.32 W, Ci=1.76 nF,
Li=0 μH
For II 1D Ex tD: Input signal: 32 Vdc, Output current: 17 mA
ATEX Intrinsically safe (Ex ic) / Type n (Ex nA)*2 *5
Applicable standard: EN60079-0:2009/EN60079-0:2012(Ex ic/Ex nA),
EN60079-11:2012(Ex ic), EN60079-15:2010(Ex nA)
Amb. Temp: –30 to 75°C (–22 to 167°F), Enclosure: IP65
Ex ic: II 3G Ex ic IIC T4 Gc (Intrinsically safe) Ui=32 V, Ci=3.52 nF, Li=0 μH
Ex nA: II 3G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc (Non-sparking) 32 V DC MAX.
TIIS Flameproof Approval*3
Certificate: TC15453, TC15452 for option code /BP
Ex d IIC T6 Amb. Temp.: –20 to 60°C
Attached flameproof Electrical connection: G1/2 female
Applicable cable: O.D. 8 to 12 mm
packing adapter*4
Code
CF1
FF1
FS15
FN15
KF2
KS25
KN25
JF3
G11
IM 21B04C01-01E
<Appendix 1. Function Block Parameters>
Relative
Parameter
Index
Index
Name
33
8033 ROUT_IN
34
8034 SHED_OPT
Default
(factory setting)
—
1
35
36
37
8035
8036
8037
RCAS_OUT
ROUT_OUT
TRK_SCALE
—
—
0-100%
—
—
Man
38
39
8038
8039
TRK_IN_D
TRK_VAL
40
8040
FF_VAL
41
8041
FF_SCALE
0-100%
Man
42
43
8042
8043
0
—
Man
—
44
45
8044
8045
FF_GAIN
UPDATE_
EVT
BLOCK_ALM
ALARM_SUM
—
Enable
—
46
8046
ACK_OPTION 0XFFFF
47
8047
ALARM_HYS 0.5%
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
8048
8049
8050
8051
8052
8053
8054
8055
8056
8057
8058
8059
8060
HI_HI_PRI
HI_HI_LIM
HI_PRI
HI_LIM
LO_PRI
LO_LIM
LO_LO_PRI
LO_LO_LIM
DV_HI_PRI
DV_HI_LIM
DV_LO_PRI
DV_LO_LIM
HI_HI_ALM
0
+INF
0
+INF
0
+INF
0
+INF
0
+INF
0
+INF
—
Write
—
A-13
Description
Remote control output value set from a computer, etc.
Defines the mode shedding actions, namely, the
changes to be made to MODE.BLK.target and MODE.
BLK.actual when (1) the value of RCAS_IN.status
becomes Bad if MODE_BLK.actual = RCAS, or when (2)
the value of ROUT_IN.status becomes Bad if MODE_
BLK.actual = ROUT.
Remote setpoint sent to a host computer, etc.
Remote control output value
Upper and lower scale limits used to convert the output
tracking value (TRK_VAL) to non-dimensional.
Switch for output tracking
Output tracking value. When MODE_BLK.actual = LO,
the value scaled from the TRK_VAL value is set in OUT.
Feed-forward input value. The FF_VAL value is scaled to
a value with the same scale as for OUT, multiplied by the
FF_GAIN value, and then added to the output of the PID
computation.
Scale limits used for converting the FF_VAL value to a
non-dimensional value
Gain for FF_VAL
Shows the contents of an update event upon
occurrence.
Shows the contents of a block alarm upon occurrence.
Shows the alarm summary (current alarm statuses,
acknowledged/unacknowledged states, masking states)
Selects whether or not the alarms related to the DI block
are automatically self-acknowledged.
Hysteresis for alarm detection and resetting to prevent
each alarm from occurring and recovering repeatedly
within a short time
Priority order of HI_HI_ALM alarm
Setting for HI_HI_ALM alarm
Priority order of HI_ALM alarm
Setting for HI_ALM alarm
Priority order of LO_ALM alarm
Setting for LO_ALM alarm
Priority order of LO_LO_ALM alarm
Setting for LO_LO_ALM alarm
Priority order of DV_HI_ALM alarm
Setting for DV_HI_ALM alarm
Priority order of DV_LO_ALM alarm
Setting for DV_LO_ALM alarm
Alarm that is generated when the PV value has
exceeded the HI_HI_LIM value and whose priority order*
is defined in HI_HI_PRI.
* Priority order: Only one alarm is generated at a time. When
two or more alarms occur at the same time, the alarm having
the highest priority order is generated. When the PV value
has decreased below [HI_HI_LIM - ALM_HYS], HI_HI_ALM
is reset.
61
62
8061
8062
HI_ALM
LO_ALM
—
—
—
—
63
64
8063
8064
LO_LO_ALM
DV_HI_ALM
—
—
—
—
65
8065
DV_LO_ALM
—
—
As above
As above Reset when the PV value has increased above
[LO_LIM + ALM_HYS].
As above
An alarm that is generated when the value of [PV - SP]
has exceeded the DV_HI_LIM value. Other features are
the same as HI_HI_ALM.
Alarm that is generated when the value of [PV - SP] has
decreased below the DV_LO_LIM value. Other features
are the same as LO_LO_ALM.
IM 21B04C01-01E
<Appendix 4. Software Download>
A-30
Appendix 4. Software Download
A4.1 Benefits of Software
Download
For the software download tool, use only a program
developped for that purpose. For details, see the
software’s User’s Manual.
This function enables you to download software
to field devices via a FOUNDATION Fieldbus to
update their software. Typical uses are to add new
features such as function blocks and diagnostics
to existing devices, and to optimize existing field
devices for your plant.
Update
Program
I/O
New
Diagnostics
CAUTION
Do not hook up the software download tool to a
fieldbus segment while the plant is in operation,
as it may temporarily disturb the communication.
Always connect the tool before starting
operation.
NOTE
PID
AI
AI
FA0401.ai
The download tool can not execute downloading
during other system connects to the system/
network management VFD of the device.
Figure A4.1 Concept of Software Downloading
A4.2 Specifications
Steady-state current: Max. 17 mA
Current Draw (Steady-state): 17 mA (max)
Current Draw (Software Download state):
41 mA (max)
Based on Fieldbus Foundation Specification
Download class: Class 1
NOTE
Class 1 devices can continue the specified
measurement and/or control actions even
while software is being downloaded to them.
Upon completion of a download, however, the
devices will be reset internally to make the new,
downloaded software take effect, and this will
halt fieldbus communication and function block
executions for about one minute.
A4.3 Preparations for Software
Downloading
For software downloading, you need to prepare the
following:
• Software download tool
• Software for downloading file for each of the
target field devices
A4.4 Software Download
Sequence
The flowchart below outlines the software download
procedure. Although the time taken for the entire
procedure varies depending on the size of the field
bus device’s software, it generally take about 20
minutes where there is a one-to-one connection
between a fieldbus device and download tool, and
longer when multiple field devices are connected to
the fieldbus.
Start download tool
Select file(s)
Select the software file(s) you
want to download.
Select device(s)
Select the device(s) to which you
want to download software.
Carry out download
Transmit the software to the field
device(s).
Activate device(s)
Activate the device(s) to start with
new software.
FA0402.ai
Figure A4.2 Flow of Software Download Procedure
IM 21B04C01-01E
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement