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Quick Start Guide
DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller
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Fisherr FIELDVUE™ DVC6000 Digital Valve
Controllers
Contents
Using this Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Basic Setup and Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Related Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Loop Schematics and Nameplates . . . . . . . . . . . 39
This guide applies to DVC6010, DVC6020, and DVC6030
digital valve controllers:
Instrument Level
AC, HC, AD, PD HC, AD, PD
Device Type
03
03
07
Device Revision
1
2
2
Hardware Revision 1
1
1
Firmware Revision
2-6
7, 9 ,10, 11
7, 9, 10, 11
DD Revision
4
8
1
AC
Note
This guide provides installation, initial setup, and calibration information for DVC6000 digital valve controllers. For additional
information, refer to the DVC6000 digital valve controllers instruction manual (D102794X012), available from your Emerson
Process Management sales office, or from our website at www.FIELDVUE.com.
The DVC6000 digital valve controller instruction manual (D102794X012) can be found at www.FIELDVUE.com
http://www.documentation.emersonprocess.com/groups/public/documents/instruction_manuals/d102794x012.pdf
Refer to Related Documents on page 37 for other documents containing information related to DVC6000 digital valve controllers
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Product Description
DVC6000 digital valve controllers (figure 1 and 2) are communicating, microprocessor‐based current‐to‐pneumatic
instruments. In addition to the traditional function of converting an input current signal to a pneumatic output
pressure, the DVC6000 digital valve controller communicate via HARTr protocol.
DVC6000 digital valve controllers are designed to directly replace standard pneumatic and electro‐pneumatic valve
mounted positioners.
Do not install, operate, or maintain a DVC6000 digital valve controller without being fully trained and qualified in
valve, actuator, and accessory installation, operation, and maintenance. To avoid personal injury or property damage,
it is important to carefully read, understand, and follow all contents of this quick start guide, including all safety
cautions and warnings. If you have any questions about these instructions, contact your Emerson Process
Management sales office before proceeding.
Figure 1. FIELDVUE DVC6010 Digital Valve Controller
Mounted on a Fisher Sliding‐Stem Valve Actuator
Figure 2. Fisher Rotary Control Valve with
FIELDVUE DVC6020 Digital Valve Controller
W9418
W7957
Using this Guide
This guide describes how to install, setup, and calibrate DVC6000 digital valve controllers. Additional information for
installing, operating, and maintaining the DVC6000 digital valve controller can be found in the related documents
listed on page 37. Refer to table 1 for details on the capabilities of each diagnostic tier.
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Table 1. Instrument Level Capabilities
Capability
Diagnostic Level
AC
HC
AD
PD
ODV
Auto Calibration
X
X
X
X
X
Custom Characterization
X
X
X
X
X
Burst Communication
X
X
X
X
Alerts
X
X
X
X
Step Response, Drive Signal Test & Dynamic Error Band
X
X
X
Advanced Diagnostics (Valve Signature)
X
X
X
Performance Tuner
X
X
X
Travel Control - Pressure Fallback
X
X
X
Performance Diagnostics
X
X
Solenoid Valve Testing
X
X
Lead/Lag Input Filter(1)
X
1. Refer to brochure part # D351146X012/D351146X412 for information on Fisher optimized digital valves for compressor anti‐surge applications.
This guide describes instrument setup and calibration using a 475 Field Communicator. For information on using the
Field Communicator, see the 475 Field Communicator User's Manual, available from your Emerson Process
Management sales office.
You can also setup and calibrate the instrument using a personal computer and ValveLink software or AMS Suite:
Intelligent Device Manager. For information on using ValveLink software or AMS Device Manager with a FIELDVUE
instrument, refer to the appropriate documentation or online help.
Displaying the Field Communicator Device Description Revision Number
Device Description (DD) revision identifies the version of the Fisher Device Description that resides in the Field
Communicator. The device description defines how the Field Communicator interacts with the user and instrument.
You can display the DD revision from the Offline or Online menu.
Offline Menu—To see the Field Communicator device description revision number from the Offline menu, select Utility,
Simulation, Fisher Controls, and DVC6000.
Online Menu—To see the Field Communicator device description revision number from the Online menu, connect the
Field Communicator to an instrument connected to a source supplying a 4‐20 mA signal. From the Online menu,
select Overview and DD Information.
Displaying the FIELDVUE Instrument Firmware Revision Number
To view the instrument firmware revision, connect the Field Communicator to an instrument connected to a source
supplying a 4‐20 mA signal. From the Online menu, select Overview, Device Information, and Firmware Revision.
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Installation
The DVC6000 can be used with either air or natural gas as the supply medium. If using natural gas as the pneumatic
supply medium, natural gas will be used in the pneumatic output connections of the DVC6000 to any connected
equipment. In normal operation the unit will vent the supply medium into the surrounding atmosphere unless it is
remotely vented. When using natural gas as the supply medium, in a non‐hazardous location in a confined area,
remote venting of the unit is required. Failure to do so could result in personal injury, property damage, and area
re‐classification. For hazardous locations remote venting of the unit may be required, depending upon the area
classification, and as specified by the requirements of local, regional, and federal codes, rules and regulations. Failure
to do so when necessary could result in personal injury, property damage, and area re‐classification.
WARNING
Avoid personal injury or property damage from sudden release of process pressure or bursting of parts. Before proceeding
with any Installation procedures:
D Always wear protective clothing, gloves, and eyewear to prevent personal injury or property damage.
D Do not remove the actuator from the valve while the valve is still pressurized.
D Personal injury or property damage may result from fire or explosion if natural gas is used as the supply medium and
appropriate preventive measures are not taken. Preventive measures may include, but are not limited to, one or more
of the following: Remote venting of the unit, re‐evaluating the hazardous area classification, ensuring adequate
ventilation, and the removal of any ignition sources. For information on remote venting of this controller, refer to
page 20.
D Disconnect any operating lines providing air pressure, electric power, or a control signal to the actuator. Be sure the
actuator cannot suddenly open or close the valve.
D Use bypass valves or completely shut off the process to isolate the valve from process pressure. Relieve process pressure
from both sides of the valve.
D Use lock‐out procedures to be sure that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
D Check with your process or safety engineer for any additional measures that must be taken to protect against process
media.
D Vent the pneumatic actuator loading pressure and relieve any actuator spring precompression so the actuator is not
applying force to the valve stem; this will allow for the safe removal of the stem connector.
WARNING
To avoid static discharge from the plastic cover when flammable gases or dust are present, do not rub or clean the cover
with solvents. To do so could result in a spark that may cause the flammable gases or dust to explode, resulting in personal
injury or property damage. Clean with a mild detergent and water only.
WARNING
This unit vents the supply medium into the surrounding atmosphere. When installing this unit in a non‐hazardous
(non‐classified) location in a confined area, with natural gas as the supply medium, you must remotely vent this unit to a
safe location. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area
re‐classification.
When installing this unit in a hazardous (classified) location remote venting of the unit may be required, depending upon
the area classification, and as specified by the requirements of local, regional, and federal codes, rules and regulations.
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Failure to do so when necessary could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area
re‐classification.
Vent line piping should comply with local and regional codes and should be as short as possible with adequate inside
diameter and few bends to reduce case pressure buildup.
In addition to remote venting of the unit, ensure that all caps and covers are correctly installed. Failure to do so could result
in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area re‐classification.
Hazardous Area Classifications and Special Instructions for “Safe Use” and
Installations in Hazardous Locations
Certain nameplates may carry more than one approval, and each approval may have unique installation/wiring
requirements and/or conditions of “safe use”. These special instructions for “safe use” are in addition to, and may
override, the standard installation procedures. Special instructions are listed by approval.
Note
This information supplements the nameplate markings affixed to the product.
Always refer to the nameplate itself to identify the appropriate certification. Contact your Emerson Process Management sales
office for approval/certification information not listed here.
Approval information is for both aluminum and stainless steel constructions.
WARNING
Failure to follow these conditions of “safe use” could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, or
area re‐classification.
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CSA
No special conditions for safe use.
Refer to table 2 for approval information, figure 24 for the CSA loop schematic, and figure 25 for a typical CSA/FM
nameplate.
Table 2. Hazardous Area Classifications—CSA (Canada)
Certification Body
Type
Certification Obtained
Ex ia Intrinsically Safe
Class I,II,III Division 1 GP A,B,C,D,E,F,G per
drawing GE42818
Natural Gas Approved
CSA
DVC60x0
DVC60x0S
(x = 1,2,3)
Explosion‐proof
Class I Division 1 GP B,C,D
Natural Gas Approved
Class I Division 2 GP A,B,C,D
Class II Division 1 GP E,F,G
Class II Division 2 GP F,G
Class III
Natural Gas Approved
Entity Rating
Vmax = 30 VDC
Imax = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
Temperature Code
Enclosure Rating
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
Type 4X, IP66
Single Seal Device
‐‐‐
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
Type 4X, IP66
Single Seal Device
‐‐‐
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
Type 4X, IP66
Single Seal Device
FM
Special Conditions of Safe Use
1. When product is used with natural gas as the pneumatic medium, the maximum working pressure of the natural
gas supply shall be limited to 145 psi.
2. When product is used with natural gas as the pneumatic medium the product shall not be permitted in a Class I,
Division 2, Group A, B, C, D location without the proper venting installation as per the manufacturer's instruction
manual.
3. The apparatus enclosure contains aluminum and is considered to constitute a potential risk of ignition by impact or
friction. Care must be taken into account during installation and use to prevent impact or friction.
4. Part of the enclosure is constructed from plastic. To prevent the risk of electrostatic sparking the plastic surface
should only be cleaned with a damp cloth.
Refer to table 3 for approval information, figure 26 for the FM loop schematic, and figure 25 for a typical CSA/FM
nameplate.
Table 3. Hazardous Area Classifications—FM (United States)
Certification Body
Type
Certification Obtained
IS Intrinsically Safe
Class I,II,III Division 1 GP A,B,C,D,E,F,G
per drawing GE42819
Natural Gas Approved
FM
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DVC60x0
DVC60x0S
(x = 1,2,3)
XP Explosion‐proof
Class I Division 1 GP B,C,D
NI Non‐incendive
Class I Division 2 GP A,B,C,D
DIP Dust Ignition‐proof
Class II, III Division 1 GP E,F,G
S Suitable for Use
Class II, III Division 2 GP F,G
Natural Gas Approved
Entity Rating
Vmax = 30 VDC
Imax = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
---
Temperature Code
Enclosure Rating
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
Type 4X, IP66
Single Seal Device
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
Type 4X, IP66
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ATEX
Special Conditions for Safe Use
Intrinsically Safe
1. This apparatus can only be connected to an intrinsically safe certified equipment and this combination must be
compatible as regards the intrinsically safe rules.
2. The electrical parameters of this equipment must not exceed any following values:
Uo ≤ 30 V; Io ≤ 226 mA; Po ≤ 1.4 W
3. Operating ambient temperature: -52_C or -40_C to + 80_C
4. For the model with aluminum body: the apparatus must not be submitted to frictions or mechanical impacts.
5. Covered by standards EN 60079‐0 (2009), EN 60079‐11 (2012), EN 60079‐26 (2007).
6. Install per drawing GE60771.
Flameproof
Operating ambient temperature: -52_C or -40_C to + 85_C
Type n
Operating ambient temperature: -52_C or -40_C to + 80_C
Refer to table 4 for additional approval information, figure 27 for the ATEX loop schematic and figure 28 for typical
ATEX nameplates.
Table 4. Hazardous Area Classifications—ATEX
Certificate
Type
Certification Obtained
II 1 G & D
Intrinsically Safe
Gas
Ex ia IIC T5/T6 Ga
Dust
Ex ia IIIC T85_C (Ta ≤ +73_C), T92_C
(Ta ≤ +80_C) Da
Per drawing GE60771
Natural Gas Approved
ATEX
DVC60x0
DVC60x0S
(x = 1,2,3)
II 2 G
Flameproof
Gas
Ex d IIC T5/T6 Gb
Natural Gas Approved
II 3 G & D
Type n
Gas
Ex nCnL IIC T5/T6
Dust
Ex tD A22 IP66 T85_C (Tamb ≤ 80_C)
Ex tD A22 IP66 T80_C (Tamb ≤ 75_C)
Natural Gas Approved
Entity Rating
Ui = 30 VDC
Ii = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
Temperature Code
Enclosure Rating
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
IP66
Single Seal Device
---
T5(Tamb ≤ 85_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
IP66
Single Seal Device
---
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
IP66
Single Seal Device
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IECEx
Conditions of Certification
Ex ia /Ex nC / Ex d
1. Warning: Electrostatic charge hazard. Do not rub or clean with solvents. To do so could result in an explosion.
Ex nC / EX d
2. Do not open while energized.
Refer to table 5 for additional approval information, figure 29 for the IECEx loop schematic and figure 30 for a typical
IECEx nameplate.
Table 5. Hazardous Area Classifications—IECEx
Certificate
Type
Certification Obtained
IECEx
DVC60x0
DVC60x0S
(x = 1,2,3)
Entity Rating
Temperature Code
Enclosure Rating
Ui = 30 VDC
Ii = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
IP66
Single Seal Device
Flameproof
Gas
Ex d IIC T5/T6
Natural Gas Approved
---
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
IP66
Single Seal Device
Type n
Gas
Ex nC IIC T5/T6
Natural Gas Approved
---
T5(Tamb ≤ 80_C)
T6(Tamb ≤ 75_C)
IP66
Single Seal Device
Intrinsically Safe
Gas
Ex ia IIC T5/T6 per drawing GE42990
Natural Gas Approved
Mounting Guidelines
Standard DVC6000 Digital Valve Controllers
If ordered as part of a control valve assembly, the factory mounts the digital valve controller on the actuator, makes
pneumatic connections to the actuator, sets up, and calibrates the instrument. If you purchased the digital valve
controller separately, you will need a mounting kit to mount the digital valve controller on the actuator. See the
instructions that come with the mounting kit for detailed information on mounting the digital valve controller to a
specific actuator model.
DVC6010 on Sliding‐Stem Actuators Up to 102 mm (4 Inches) of Travel
The DVC6010 digital valve controller mounts on sliding‐stem actuators with up to 102 mm (4 inch) travel. Figure 3
shows a typical mounting on an actuator with up to 51 mm (2 inch) travel. Figure 4 shows a typical mounting on
actuators with 51 to 102 mm (2 to 4 inch) travel. For actuators with greater than 102 mm (4 inch) travel, see the
guidelines for mounting a DVC6020 digital valve controller.
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Figure 3. FIELDVUE DVC6010 Digital Valve Controller Mounted on Sliding‐Stem Actuators with up to 2 Inches Travel
CAP SCREW, FLANGED
MACHINE SCREW
SHIELD
ADJUSTMENT ARM
CONNECTOR ARM
CAP SCREW
PLAIN WASHER
29B1674‐A
Note
Do not use the stainless steel DVC6010S in high vibration service where the mounting bracket uses standoffs (spacers) to mount
to the actuator.
Refer to the following guidelines when mounting on sliding‐stem actuators with up to 4 inches of travel.
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to be sure
that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
2. Attach the connector arm to the valve stem connector.
3. Attach the mounting bracket to the digital valve controller housing.
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4. If valve travel exceeds 2 inches, a feedback arm extension is attached to the existing 2‐inch feedback arm. Remove
the existing bias spring from the 2‐inch feedback arm. Attach the feedback arm extension to the feedback arm as
shown in figure 4.
Figure 4. FIELDVUE DVC6010 Digital Valve Controller Mounted on Sliding‐Stem Actuators with 2 to 4 Inches Travel
HEX NUT
CAP SCREW, FLANGED
FEEDBACK ARM
EXTENSION,
BIAS SPRING
LOCK WASHER
ADJUSTMENT ARM
SPACER
MACHINE SCREW,
FLAT HEAD
HEX NUT, FLANGED
MACHINE SCREW
MACHINE SCREW,
LOCK WASHER,
HEX NUT
LOCK WASHER
SHIELD
PLAIN WASHER
CONNECTOR ARM
5. Mount the digital valve controller on the actuator as described in the mounting kit instructions.
6. Set the position of the feedback arm on the digital valve controller to the no air position by inserting the alignment
pin through the hole on the feedback arm as follows:
D For air‐to‐open actuators (i.e., the actuator stem retracts into the actuator casing or cylinder as air pressure to
the casing or lower cylinder increases), insert the alignment pin into the hole marked “A''. For this style actuator,
the feedback arm rotates counterclockwise, from A to B, as air pressure to the casing or lower cylinder increases.
D For air‐to‐close actuators (i.e., the actuator stem extends from the actuator casing or cylinder as air pressure to
the casing or upper cylinder increases), insert the alignment pin into the hole marked “B''. For this style actuator,
the feedback arm rotates clockwise, from B to A, as air pressure to the casing or upper cylinder increases.
Note
When performing the following steps, ensure there is enough clearance between the adjustment arm and the feedback arm to
prevent interference with the bias spring.
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7. Apply anti‐seize to the pin of the adjustment arm. As shown in figure 5, place the pin into the slot of the feedback
arm or feedback arm extension so that the bias spring loads the pin against the side of the arm with the valve travel
markings.
8. Install the external lock washer on the adjustment arm. Position the adjustment arm in the slot of the connector
arm and loosely install the flanged hex nut.
9. Slide the adjustment arm pin in the slot of the connector arm until the pin is in line with the desired valve travel
marking. Tighten the flanged hex nut.
10. Remove the alignment pin and store it in the module base next to the I/P assembly.
11. After calibrating the instrument, attach the shield with two machine screws.
Figure 5. Locating Adjustment Arm Pin in Feedback Arm
FEEDBACK ARM
BIAS SPRING
ADJUSTMENT
ARM PIN
BIAS
SPRING
A7209‐1
SPRING RELAXED
SPRING UNDER TENSION OF
ADJUSTMENT ARM PIN
DVC6020 on Sliding‐Stem Actuators and Rotary Actuators
DVC6020 digital valve controllers use a cam (designed for linear response) and roller as the feedback mechanism.
Figure 6 shows the DVC6020 mounted on rotary actuators.
Note
All cams supplied with FIELDVUE mounting kits are characterized to provide a linear response.
Note
Do not use the stainless steel DVC6020S in high vibration service where the mounting bracket uses standoffs (spacers) to mount
to the actuator.
As shown in figure 6, two feedback arms are available for the digital valve controller. Installations on Fisher 1051 size
33 and 1052 size 20 and 33 actuators use the short feedback arm [54 mm (2.13 inches) from roller to pivot point].
Most other use the long feedback arm. Make sure the correct feedback arm is installed on the digital valve controller
before beginning the mounting procedure.
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Figure 6. FIELDVUE DVC6020 Digital Valve Controller Mounted on Rotary Actuators
MOUNTING ADAPTOR
MACHINE SCREW
CAP SCREW,
HEX SOCKET
CAP SCREW, HEX SOCKET
CAM
29B2094‐A
MACHINE SCREW
TYPICAL MOUNTING WITH SHORT FEEDBACK ARM
(FISHER 1052 SIZE 33 ACTUATOR SHOWN)
29B1672‐A
CAM
TYPICAL MOUNTING WITH LONG FEEDBACK ARM
(FISHER 1061 SIZE 30-68 ACTUATOR SHOWN)
Refer to figure 6 for parts locations. Refer to the following guidelines when mounting on rotary actuators:
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the pneumatic actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to
be sure that the above measures stay in effect while working on the equipment.
2. If a cam is not already installed on the actuator, install the cam as described in the instructions included with the
mounting kit.
3. If a mounting plate is required, fasten the mounting plate to the actuator.
4. For applications that require remote venting, a pipe‐away bracket kit is available. Follow the instructions included
with the kit to replace the existing mounting bracket on the digital valve controller with the pipe‐away bracket and
to transfer the feedback parts from the existing mounting bracket to the pipe‐away bracket.
5. Apply anti‐seize to the arm assembly pin, as shown in figure 7.
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Figure 7. Locating Adjustment Arm Pin in Feedback Arm of a FIELDVUE DVC6020 Digital Valve Controller
MOUNTING
ADAPTER
BIAS SPRING
MOUNTING
BRACKET
ARM ASSEMBLY PIN
ARM ASSEMBLY
FEEDBACK
ARM ASSEMBLY
6. Mount the DVC6020 on the actuator as follows:
D If required, a mounting adaptor is included in the mounting kit. Attach the adaptor to the actuator as shown in
figure 6. Then attach the digital valve controller assembly to the adaptor. The roller on the digital valve controller
feedback arm will contact the actuator cam as it is being attached.
D If no mounting adaptor is required, attach the digital valve controller assembly to the actuator or mounting
plate. The roller on the digital valve controller feedback arm will contact the actuator cam as it is being attached.
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DVC6030 on Quarter‐Turn Actuators
Figure 8 shows the DVC6030 digital valve controller mounted on a quarter‐turn actuator. Refer to figure 8 for parts
locations. Refer to the following guidelines when mounting on quarter‐turn actuators:
Note
Due to NAMUR mounting limitations, do not use the stainless steel DVC6030S in high vibration service.
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the pneumatic actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to
be sure that the above measures stay in effect while working on the equipment.
2. If necessary, remove the existing hub from the actuator shaft.
3. If a positioner plate is required, attach the positioner plate to the actuator as described in the mounting kit
instructions.
Figure 8. Mounting a FIELDVUE DVC6030 Digital Valve Controller on a Rotary Actuator (Fisher 1032 Size 425A
Shown)
MOUNTING
BRACKET
FEEDBACK ARM
TRAVEL INDICATOR
PIN
29B1703‐A
SPACER
TRAVEL INDICATOR
19B3879-A
4. If required, attach the spacer to the actuator shaft.
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Refer to figures 9 and 10. The travel indicator assembly can have a starting position of 7:30 or 10:30. Determine the
desired starting position then proceed with the next step. Considering the top of the digital valve controller as the 12
o'clock position, in the next step attach the travel indicator, so that the pin is positioned as follows:
D If increasing pressure from the digital valve controller output A rotates the potentiometer shaft clockwise (as
viewed from the back of the instrument), mount the travel indicator assembly so that the arrow is in the 10:30
position, as shown in figure 9.
D If increasing pressure from the digital valve controller output A rotates the potentiometer shaft counterclockwise
(as viewed from the back of the instrument), mount the travel indicator assembly so that the arrow is in the 7:30
position, as shown in figure 10.
Note
ValveLink software and the Field Communicator use the convention of clockwise (figure 9) and counterclockwise (figure 10) when
viewing the potentiometer shaft from the back of the FIELDVUE instrument.
5. Attach the travel indicator to the shaft connector or spacer as described in the mounting kit instructions.
6. Attach the mounting bracket to the digital valve controller.
Figure 9. Explanation of FIELDVUE DVC6030 Travel Indicator Starting Position and Movement, if Clockwise
Orientation is Selected for “Travel Sensor Motion” in ValveLink Software or the Field Communicator
STARTING POSITION OF TRAVEL INDICATOR
ASSEMBLY (DIGITAL VALVE CONTROLLER
OUTPUT A AT 0 PSI. )
IN THIS POSITION, THE “B” HOLE IN THE
FEEDBACK ARM WILL BE ALIGNED WITH
THE REFERENCE HOLE IN THE DIGITAL
VALVE CONTROLLERS HOUSING.
E0989
DVC6030 FEEDBACK ARM MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT OF TRAVEL
INDICATOR ASSEMBLY WITH
INCREASING PRESSURE
FROM OUTPUT A.
ACTUATOR SHAFT MOVEMENT
STARTING POSITION OF THE ACTUATOR TRAVEL INDICATOR ASSEMBLY IF
INCREASING PRESSURE FROM OUTPUT A DRIVES THE INDICATOR
COUNTERCLOCKWISE (THE POTENTIOMETER SHAFT WILL ROTATE
CLOCKWISE AS VIEWED FROM THE BACK OF THE FIELDVUE INSTRUMENT)
NOTE: DVC6030 TRAVEL COUNTS (CLOCKWISE) = 3400 200
19B3879‐A
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Figure 10. Explanation of FIELDVUE DVC6030 Travel Indicator Starting Position and Movement if Counterclockwise
Orientation is Selected for “Travel Sensor Motion” in ValveLink Software or the Field Communicator
MOVEMENT OF
TRAVEL INDICATOR
ASSEMBLY WITH
INCREASING
PRESSURE FROM
OUTPUT A.
E0989
DVC6030 FEEDBACK
ARM MOVEMENT
19B3879‐A
STARTING POSITION OF TRAVEL INDICATOR ASSEMBLY
(DIGITAL VALVE CONTROLLER OUTPUT A AT 0 PSI).
ACTUATOR SHAFT MOVEMENT
STARTING POSITION OF THE TRAVEL INDICATOR ASSEMBLY
IF INCREASING PRESSURE FROM OUTPUT A DRIVES THE
INDICATOR CLOCKWISE THE POTENTIOMETER SHAFT WILL
ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE AS VIEWED FROM THE BACK
OF THE FIELDVUE INSTRUMENT.
IN THIS POSITION, THE “A” HOLE IN THE FEEDBACK ARM WILL BE ALIGNED
WITH THE REFERENCE HOLE IN THE DIGITAL VALVE CONTROLLERS HOUSING.
NOTE: DVC6030 TRAVEL COUNTS (COUNTERCLOCKWISE) = 600 200
7. Position the digital valve controller so that the pin on the travel indicator, engages the slot in the feedback arm and
that the bias spring loads the pin as shown in figure 11. Attach the digital valve controller to the actuator or
positioner plate.
8. If a travel indicator scale is included in the mounting kit, attach the scale as described in the mounting kit
instructions.
Figure 11. Positioning Travel Indicator Pin in the Feedback Arm (Viewed as if Looking from the FIELDVUE DVC6030
toward the Actuator)
HOLE B
48B4164‐B
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HOLE A
TRAVEL
INDICATOR PIN
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Remote‐Mount DVC6000 Instruments
Refer to the quick start guide supplement, Remote Mount Installation Guidelines (D103421X012) or the DVC6000
digital valve controller instruction manual (D102794X012).
67CFR Filter Regulator
A 67CFR filter regulator, when used with the DVC6000 digital valve controller, can be mounted three ways.
Integral‐Mounted Regulator
Refer to figure 12. Lubricate an O‐ring and insert it in the recess around the SUPPLY connection on the digital valve
controller. Attach the 67CFR filter regulator to the side of the digital valve controller. Thread a 1/4‐inch socket‐head
pipe plug into the unused outlet on the filter regulator. This is the standard method of mounting the filter regulator.
Figure 12. Mounting the Fisher 67CFR Regulator on a FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller
FISHER 67CFR
CAP SCREWS
NOTE:
1 APPLY LUBRICANT
W8077‐1
O‐RING
1
SUPPLY CONNECTION
Yoke‐Mounted Regulator
Mount the filter regulator with 2 cap screws to the pre‐drilled and tapped holes in the actuator yoke. Thread a 1/4‐inch
socket‐head pipe plug into the unused outlet on the filter regulator. No O‐ring is required.
Casing‐Mounted Regulator
Use the separate 67CFR filter regulator casing mounting bracket provided with the filter regulator. Attach the
mounting bracket to the 67CFR and then attach this assembly to the actuator casing. Thread a 1/4‐inch socket‐head
pipe plug into the unused outlet on the filter regulator. No O‐ring is required.
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Pressure Connections
Pressure connections are shown in figure 13. All pressure connections on the digital valve controller are 1/4 NPT
internal connections. Use at least 10 mm (3/8‐inch) tubing for all pressure connections. If remote venting is required,
refer to the vent subsection.
Figure 13. Pressure Connections
LOOP CONNECTIONS
TERMINAL BOX
1/2 NPT CONDUIT
CONNECTIONS (BOTH SIDES)
OUTPUT A CONNECTION
SUPPLY CONNECTION
OUTPUT B CONNECTION
W7963‐1
Supply Connections
WARNING
To avoid personal injury and property damage resulting from bursting of parts, do not exceed maximum supply pressure.
Personal injury or property damage may result from fire or explosion if natural gas is used as the supply medium and
appropriate preventive measures are not taken. Preventive measures may include, but are not limited to, one or more of
the following: Remote venting of the unit, re‐evaluating the hazardous area classification, ensuring adequate ventilation,
and the removal of any ignition sources. For information on remote venting of this controller, refer to page 20.
Severe personal injury or property damage may occur from an uncontrolled process if the instrument supply medium is not
clean, dry, oil‐free, and noncorrosive. While use and regular maintenance of a filter that removes particles larger than 40
micrometers in diameter will suffice in most applications, check with an Emerson Process Management field office and
industry instrument air quality standards for use with corrosive air or if you are unsure about the amount of air filtration or
filter maintenance.
WARNING
When using natural gas as the supply medium, or for explosion proof applications, the following warnings also apply:
D Remove electrical power before removing the housing cap. Personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion
may result if power is not disconnected before removing the cap.
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D Remove electrical power before disconnecting any of the pneumatic connections.
D When disconnecting any of the pneumatic connections or any pressure retaining part, natural gas will seep from the
unit and any connected equipment into the surrounding atmosphere. Personal injury or property damage may result
from fire or explosion if natural gas is used as the supply medium and appropriate preventive measures are not taken.
Preventive measures may include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following: ensuring adequate ventilation
and the removal of any ignition sources.
D Ensure that the cover is correctly installed before putting this unit back into service. Failure to do so could result in
personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion.
The DVC6000 can be used with air or natural gas as the supply medium. If using natural gas as the pneumatic supply
medium, natural gas will be used in the pneumatic output connections of the DVC6000 to any connected equipment.
In normal operation the unit will vent the supply medium into the surrounding atmosphere unless it is remotely
vented.
Natural Gas Certified, Single Seal instruments can be identified by the natural gas approval label shown in figure 14.
The Natural Gas Certified, Single Seal device option simplifies conduit sealing requirements. Read and follow all local,
regional, and federal wiring requirements for natural gas installations. Contact your Emerson Process Management
sales office for information on obtaining a Natural Gas Certified, Single Seal DVC6000 digital valve controller.
Figure 14. Label for Natural Gas Certified Terminal Box
LABEL LOCATED
ON TOP OF
TERMINAL BOX
Supply pressure must be clean, dry air that meets the requirements of ISA Standard 7.0.01.
Alternatively, natural gas must be clean, dry, oil‐free, and noncorrosive. H2S content should not exceed 20 ppm.
A maximum 40 micrometer particle size in the air system is acceptable. Further filtration down to 5 micrometer
particle size is recommended. Lubricant content is not to exceed 1 ppm weight (w/w) or volume (v/v) basis.
Condensation in the air supply should be minimized.
If you are using a 67CFR filter regulator with standard 5 micrometer filter, connect the supply line to the 1/4 NPT IN
connection and attach tubing from the output connection on the filter regulator to the SUPPLY connection on the
instrument. If you are using an integral mounted 67CFR filter regulator, connect the supply to the IN connection on
the regulator.
Output Connection
A factory mounted digital valve controller has its output piped to the supply connection on the actuator. If mounting
the digital valve controller in the field, connect the 1/4 NPT digital valve controller output connection to the
pneumatic actuator input connection.
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Single‐Acting Actuators
When using a single‐acting direct digital valve controller (relay A or C) on a single‐acting actuator, connect OUTPUT A
to the actuator pneumatic input.
When using a single‐acting reverse digital valve controller (relay B) on a single‐acting actuator, connect OUTPUT B to
the actuator diaphragm casing.
Double‐Acting Actuators
DVC6000 digital valve controllers on double‐acting actuators always use relay A. With no input current, OUTPUT A is at
0 pressure and OUTPUT B is at full supply pressure when the relay is properly adjusted.
To have the actuator stem extend from the cylinder with increasing input signal, connect OUTPUT A to the upper
actuator cylinder connection. Connect OUTPUT B to the lower cylinder connection. Figure 15 shows the digital valve
controller connected to a double‐acting piston actuator.
To have the actuator stem retract into the cylinder with increasing input signal, connect OUTPUT A to the lower
actuator cylinder connection. Connect OUTPUT B to the upper cylinder connection.
Figure 15. FIELDVUE DVC6010 Digital Valve Controller Mounted on Fisher 585C Piston Actuator
W9131‐1
Vent
WARNING
Personal injury or property damage can occur from cover failure due to overpressure. Ensure that the housing vent
opening is open and free of debris to prevent pressure buildup under the cover.
This unit vents the supply medium into the surrounding atmosphere. When installing this unit in a non‐hazardous
(non‐classified) location in a confined area, with natural gas as the supply medium, you must remotely vent this unit to a
safe location. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area
re‐classification.
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When installing this unit in a hazardous (classified) location remote venting of the unit may be required, depending upon
the area classification, and as specified by the requirements of local, regional, and federal codes, rules and regulations.
Failure to do so when necessary could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area
re‐classification.
Vent line piping should comply with local and regional codes and should be as short as possible with adequate inside
diameter and few bends to reduce case pressure buildup.
In addition to remote venting of the unit, ensure that all caps and covers are correctly installed. Failure to do so could result
in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area re‐classification.
The relay output constantly bleeds a small amount of supply medium into the area under the cover. The vent openings
at the back of the housing should be left open to prevent pressure buildup under the cover. If a remote vent is
required, the vent lines must be as short as possible with a minimum number of bends and elbows.
Wiring and Electrical Connections
WARNING
Personal injury or property damage caused by fire or explosion may occur if this connection is attempted in a potentially
explosive atmosphere or in an area that has been classified as hazardous. Confirm that area classification and atmosphere
conditions permit the safe removal of the terminal box cover before proceeding.
Select wiring and/or cable glands that are rated for the environment of use (such as hazardous area, ingress protection and
temperature). Failure to use properly rated wiring and/or cable glands can result in personal injury or property damage
from fire or explosion.
Wiring connections must be in accordance with local, regional, and national codes for any given hazardous area approval.
Failure to follow the local, regional, and national codes could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or
explosion
To avoid personal injury resulting from electrical shock, do not exceed maximum input voltage specified in table 8 of this
quick start guide, or on the product nameplate. If the input voltage specified differs, do not exceed the lowest specified
maximum input voltage.
The valve may move in an unexpected direction when power is applied to the digital valve controller. To avoid personal
injury and property damage caused by moving parts, keep hands, tools, and other objects away from the valve/actuator
assembly when applying power to the instrument.
4‐20 mA Loop Connections
The digital valve controller is normally powered by a control system output card. The use of shielded cable will ensure
proper operation in electrically noisy environments.
Note
Connect the digital valve controller to a 4‐20 mA current source for operation in the point‐to‐point wiring mode. In the
point‐to‐point wiring mode, the digital valve controller will not operate when connected to a voltage source.
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Wire the digital valve controller as follows, refer to figure 16:
1. Remove the loop connections terminal box cap (see figure 13).
2. Route the field wiring into the terminal box. When applicable, install conduit using local and national electrical
codes which apply to the application.
3. Connect the control system output card positive wire “current output“ to the LOOP + screw terminal in the terminal
box. Connect the control system output card negative (or return) wire to the LOOP - screw terminal in the terminal
box.
4. As shown in figure 16, two ground terminals are available for connecting a safety ground, earth ground, or drain
wire. The safety ground is electrically identical to the earth ground. Make connections to these terminals following
national and local codes and plant standards.
5. Replace and hand tighten the terminal box cap. When the loop is ready for startup, apply power to the control
system output card.
WARNING
Personal injury or property damage, caused by fire or explosion, can result from the discharge of static electricity. Connect
a 14 AWG (2.08 mm2) ground strap between the digital valve controller and earth ground when flammable or hazardous
gases are present. Refer to national and local codes and standards for grounding requirements.
To avoid static discharge from the plastic cover when flammable gases or dust are present, do not rub or clean the cover
with solvents. To do so could result in a spark that may cause the flammable gases or dust to explode, resulting in personal
injury or property damage. Clean with a mild detergent and water only.
Figure 16. Loop Connections Terminal Box
SAFETY GROUND
TALKTALK+
EARTH GROUND
LOOP+
39B3399‐B Sheet 2
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HART Filter
Depending on the control system you are using, a HART filter may be needed to allow HART communication. The
HART filter is a passive device that is inserted in field wiring from the HART loop. The filter is normally installed near the
field wiring terminals of the control system I/O (see figure 17). Its purpose is to effectively isolate the control system
output from modulated HART communication signals and raise the impedance of the control system to allow HART
communication. For more information on the description and use of the HART filter, refer to the appropriate separate
HART filter instruction manual.
To determine if your system requires a filter contact your Emerson Process Management sales office.
Figure 17. HART Filter Application
NON‐HART BASED DCS
I/O
I/O
HART
FILTER
4‐20 mA
DIGITAL VALVE
CONTROLLER
Tx
Tx
VALVE
A6188‐1
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nInstallation Check List
Mounting
j Is the instrument correctly mounted on the actuator? If not, refer to appropriate mounting
procedure and see installation instructions provided with the mounting kit.
j Is the feedback linkage properly connected? If not, see installation instructions provided with the
mounting kit.
Pneumatic Connections and Air Supply
j Is the regulator correctly mounted? If not, perform one of the regulator mounting procedures on
page 17.
j Is the air supply connected and at proper pressure? If not, connect supply as described on page 18.
Also see specifications on page 34.
j Is the instrument output connected to the actuator? If not, connect instrument output as
described on page 19.
Wiring and Electrical Connections
j If necessary, is the conduit properly installed? If not, refer to local and national electrical codes.
j Is the loop wiring properly connected to the LOOP + and - terminals in the terminal box? If not,
connect loop wiring as described on page 21.
j If necessary, is the HART filter installed on your system? To determine if a HART filter is necessary,
contact your Emerson Process Management sales office. For HART filter installation information,
refer to the appropriate HART instruction manual.
You are ready to perform Basic Setup and Calibration in the next section.
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Basic Setup and Calibration
Connecting the Field Communicator to the Digital Valve
Controller
The Field Communicator may be connected to the 4‐20 mA loop wiring or directly to the digital valve controller (see
figure 18).
If the Field Communicator is connected directly to the digital valve controller, attach the clip‐on wires provided with
the Field Communicator to the TALK terminals, or the LOOP + and - terminals, in the digital valve controller terminal
box. The TALK terminals are the same as the LOOP + and - terminals (see figure 16).
Figure 18. Connecting the Field Communicator to a FIELDVUE Instrument
CONTROL ROOM
HF340 HART
FILTER
CONTROLLER
I/O
+
FIELD
COMMUNICATOR
CONNECTIONS
FIELD
FIELD
INSTRUMENT
CONNECTION
+
4‐20 MA LOOP
CONNECTIONS
OR 0‐24VDC
1
HART
COMMUNICATION
CONNECTION
2
NOTE:
1 NOT ALL CONTROL SYSTEMS REQUIRE A HART FILTER. IF NO HART FILTER IS PRESENT,
CONNECT FIELD COMMUNICATOR TO CONTROL SYSTEM OUTPUT TERMINALS.
2 SEE FIGURE 16 FOR TERMINAL BOX DETAILS.
38B6470‐A
A6194-4
Basic Setup
WARNING
Changes to the instrument setup may cause changes in the output pressure or valve travel. Depending on the application,
these changes may upset process control, which may result in personal injury or property damage.
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Before beginning Basic Setup, be sure the instrument is correctly mounted. Refer to the installation instructions
supplied with the mounting kit.
Connect a 4‐20 mA current source to the instrument. Connect the Field Communicator to the instrument and turn it
on. For information on connecting the Field Communicator, see Connecting the Field Communicator to the Digital
Valve Controller.
Typical Actuators
The Setup Wizard determines the required setup information based upon the actuator manufacturer and model
specified. Turn on the Field Communicator and start the Setup Wizard by proceeding through the menu sequence
shown in figure 19 or enter the fast‐key sequence 1‐1‐1 on the keypad. Follow the prompts on the Field Communicator
display to setup the instrument. If the actuator on which the instrument is mounted is not listed by the Setup Wizard,
specify OTHER as the actuator manufacturer or actuator type and refer to Non‐Typical Actuators.
Figure 19. Accessing Setup Wizard on the Field Communicator (Instrument Level HC, AD, and PD)
DVC6000:
Online
1'Configure
2 Service Tools
3 Overview
DVC6000:
Configure
1'Guided Setup
2 Detailed Setup
3 Calibrate
HOME
From the DVC6000 Online menu,
select Configure
From the Configure menu,
select Guided Setup.
DVC6000:
Guided Setup
1' Setup Wizard
2 Performance Tuner
HOME
From the Guided Setup menu,
select Setup Wizard and
follow the on‐line instructions
WARNING
During calibration the valve will move full stroke. To avoid personal injury and property damage caused by the release of
process fluid or pressure, isolate the valve from the process and equalize pressure on both sides of the valve or bleed off the
process fluid.
After completing the setup information, travel is automatically calibrated. Follow the prompts on the Field
Communicator display. The calibration procedure uses the valve and actuator stops as the 0% and 100% calibration
points. For additional information, refer to Auto Calibrate Travel in this section.
When travel calibration is complete, you are asked if you wish to adjust the relay (double‐acting only). Select yes to
adjust the relay. For additional information, refer to Relay Adjustment in this section.
Non‐Typical Actuators
If the actuator on which the instrument is mounted is not listed during the Setup Wizard, specify OTHER as the
actuator manufacturer or actuator type. You are then prompted for setup parameters such as:
D Actuator Style (spring & diaphragm, piston double‐acting without spring, piston single‐acting with spring, piston
double‐acting with spring)
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D Valve Style (rotary or sliding‐stem)
D On Loss of Instrument Signal, Valve (opens or closes) This identifies whether the valve is fully open or fully closed
when the input is 0%. If you are unsure how to set this parameter, disconnect the current source to the instrument.
(With double‐acting and single‐acting direct digital valve controllers, disconnecting the current source is the same
as setting the output A pressure to zero. For single‐acting reverse digital valve controllers, disconnecting the
current source is the same as setting the output B pressure to supply.)
D Feedback Connection (Rotary ‐ All, SStem ‐ Standard, SStem ‐ Roller). For rotary valves, enter Rotary ‐ All. For
sliding‐stem valves, if the feedback linkage consists of a connector arm, adjustment arm, and feedback arm (similar
to figure 22), enter SStem ‐ Standard. If the feedback linkage consists of a roller that follows a cam (similar to figure
20), enter SStem ‐ Roller.
Figure 20. Feedback Connection for Typical Long‐Stroke Sliding‐Stem Actuator (4 to 24 inches travel)
ROLLER
STEM CONNECTOR
CAM
29B1665‐A
WARNING
If you answer YES to the prompt for permission to move the valve when determining travel sensor motion, the instrument
will move the valve through a significant portion of its travel range. To avoid personal injury and property damage caused
by the release of pressure or process fluid, provide some temporary means of control for the process.
D Travel Sensor Motion The Setup Wizard asks if it can move the valve to determine travel sensor motion. If you
answer Yes, the instrument will stroke the valve the full travel span to determine travel sensor motion. If you answer
No, then you must specify the rotation for increasing air pressure: clockwise or counterclockwise. Determine
rotation by viewing the end of the travel sensor shaft.
For instruments with relay A or C. If increasing air pressure at output A causes the shaft to turn clockwise, enter
Clockwise. If it causes the shaft to turn counterclockwise, enter Cntrclockwise.
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For instruments with relay B. If decreasing air pressure at output B causes the shaft to turn clockwise, enter
Clockwise. If it causes the shaft to turn counterclockwise, enter Cntrclockwise.
Note
Relay adjustment may be required before the Setup Wizard can determine travel sensor motion. Follow the prompts on the Field
Communicator display if relay adjustment is necessary.
D Volume Booster The Setup Wizard asks if a volume booster or quick release is present.
WARNING
Changes to the tuning set may cause the valve/actuator assembly to stroke. To avoid personal injury and property damage
caused by moving parts, keep hands, tools, and other objects away from the valve/actuator assembly.
D Tuning Set There are twelve tuning sets from which to choose. Each tuning set provides preselected values for the
digital valve controller gain and rate settings. Typically, tuning set B provides the slowest response and M provides
the fastest response. For smaller actuators, use tuning set C or D. For larger actuators, use tuning set F or G.
Note
Tuning set B is only available in Pressure Control Mode.
In addition, you can select User Adjusted or Expert, which allows you to modify tuning of the digital valve controller.
With User Adjusted you can specify the proportional gain. An algorithm in the Field Communicator calculates the
other gains. With Expert you can specify not only the proportional gain but the velocity and minor loop feedback gain
as well.
Note
Use Expert tuning only if standard tuning has not achieved the desired results.
Stabilize/Optimize or Performance Tuner may be used to achieve the desired results more rapidly than Expert tuning.
The tuning sets suggested by the Setup Wizard are only recommended starting points. After you finish setting up and
calibrating the instrument, run the Performance Tuner or use Stabilize/Optimize Tuning to obtain optimum tuning.
Factory Defaults
During basic setup, the Setup Wizard will ask you if you want to use factory defaults. If you select YES, the Setup
Wizard sets the setup parameters to the values listed in table 6. (Yes is recommended for initial setup). If you select
NO, the setup parameters listed in the table remain at their previous settings.
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Table 6. Factory Default Settings
Setup Parameter
Default Setting
Analog Input Units
Analog In Range High
Analog In Range Low
Control Mode
mA
20.0 mA
4.0 mA
Analog
Restart Control Mode
Resume Last
Self‐Test Shutdown
Set Point Filter Time
Input Characteristic
Travel Limit High
Travel Limit Low
All Failures Disabled
Filter Off
Linear
125%
-25%
Travel Cutoff High
99.5%
Travel Cutoff Low
0.5%
Set Point Rate Open(1)
Set Point Rate Close(2)
Polling Address
Aux Terminal Mode
0 %/secs
0 %/secs
0
Aux Input Alert
Command 3 Pressure
Double‐acting actuators
Single‐acting actuators
differential output pressure
actuator pressure
1. In firmware 2 thru 6 this parameter is labeled Minimum Opening Time. In firmware 10 and below this parameter should be set to zero (0).
2. In firmware 2 thru 6 this parameter is labeled Minimum Closing Time. In firmware 10 and below this parameter should be set to zero (0).
Relay Adjustment
The double‐acting relay can be adjusted as part of the Setup Wizard. The following is a brief description of relay
adjustment. For additional information, see the Calibration section in the DVC6000 instruction manual.
Note
Relay B and C are not user‐adjustable.
Double‐Acting Relay (Relay A)
The double‐acting relay is designated relay A. For double‐acting actuators, the valve must be near mid‐travel to
properly adjust the relay. The Field Communicator will automatically position the valve when Relay Adjust is selected.
Rotate the adjustment disc, shown in figure 21, until the value displayed on the Field Communicator is between 50
and 70% of supply pressure. This adjustment is very sensitive. Be sure to allow the pressure reading to stabilize before
making another adjustment (stabilization may take up to 30 seconds or more for larger actuators).
If the low bleed relay option has been ordered stabilization may take approximately two minutes longer than the
standard relay.
Relay A may also adjusted for use in single‐acting‐ direct applications. Rotate the adjustment disc as shown in figure 21
for single‐acting direct operation.
CAUTION
Care should be taken during relay adjustment as the adjustment disc may disengage if rotated too far.
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Single‐Acting Direct Relay (Relay C)
The single‐acting direct relay is designated relay C, and requires no adjustment.
Single‐Acting Reverse Relay (Relay B)
The single‐acting reverse relay is designated relay B. Relay B is calibrated at the factory and requires no further
adjustment.
Figure 21. Relay A Adjustment (Shroud Removed for Clarity)
BLEED HOLES ARE
PLUGGED IN THE LOW
BLEED RELAY OPTION
FOR SINGLE‐ACTING DIRECT RELAYS:
ROTATE ADJUSTMENT DISC IN THIS
DIRECTION UNTIL IT CONTACTS THE BEAM
FOR DOUBLE‐ACTING RELAYS: ROTATE
ADJUSTMENT DISC IN THIS DIRECTION TO
DECREASE OUTPUT PRESSURE
ADJUSTMENT DISC
FOR DOUBLE‐ACTING RELAYS: ROTATE
ADJUSTMENT DISC IN THIS DIRECTION TO
INCREASE OUTPUT PRESSURE
W9034
Auto Calibrate Travel
WARNING
During calibration the valve will move full stroke. To avoid personal injury and property damage caused by the release of
process fluid or pressure, isolate the valve from the process and equalize pressure on both sides of the valve or bleed off the
process fluid.
The instrument is calibrated during the Setup Wizard. Follow the prompts on the Field Communicator display to
automatically calibrate instrument travel. The calibration procedure uses the valve and actuator stops as the 0% and
100% calibration points.
For additional calibration information, refer to the DVC6000 instruction manual.
1. If the Feedback Connection is Sliding‐Stem Standard, the Field Communicator prompts you to select the method of
crossover adjustment: manual, last value, or default. Manual adjustment is recommended for initial travel
calibration.
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2. When prompted by the Field Communicator, make the crossover adjustment by adjusting the current source until
the feedback arm is 90° to the actuator stem, as shown in figure 22.
Figure 22. Crossover Point
ACTUATOR STEM
TRAVEL SENSOR SHAFT
FEEDBACK ARM
ADJUSTMENT ARM
CONNECTOR ARM
A6536‐1
3. The remainder of the auto‐calibration procedure is automatic. After completing auto travel calibration, the Field
Communicator prompts you to place the instrument In Service and verify that the travel properly tracks the current
source.
If the unit does not calibrate, refer to table 7 for error messages and possible remedies.
If after completing setup and calibration the valve cycles or overshoots (unstable), or is unresponsive (sluggish), you
can improve operation by selecting either Performance Tuner or Stabilize/Optimize from the Guided Setup menu.
Table 7. Auto Calibrate Travel Error Messages
Error Message
Input current must exceed
3.8 mA for calibration.
Place Out Of Service and
ensure Calibrate Protection
is disabled before calib.
Calibration Aborted. An end
point was not reached.
Possible Problem and Remedy
The analog input signal to the instrument must be greater than 3.8 mA. Adjust the current output from the control system or
the current source to provide at least 4.0 mA.
The Instrument Mode must be Out of Service and the Protection must be None before the instrument can be calibrated.
The problem may be one or the other of the following:
1. The tuning set selected is too low and the valve does not reach an end point in the allotted time. Press the Hot Key, select
Stabilize/Optimize then Increase Response (selects next higher tuning set).
2. The tuning set selected is too high, valve operation is unstable and does not stay at an end point for the allotted time.
Press the Hot Key, select Stabilize/Optimize then Decrease Response (selects next lower tuning set).
Invalid travel value. Check
mounting and feedback
arm adjustments, and inst
supply press. Then, repeat
Auto Calibration.
Verify proper mounting by referring to the appropriate mounting instructions.
Aborting due to response
code or device status.
The instrument may have been taken out of service by a primary master. Put the instrument into service with the primary
master or cycle the power off and on.
Verify instrument supply pressure by referring to the specifications in the appropriate actuator instruction manual.
Making the crossover adjustment with the valve positioned at either end of its travel will also cause this message to appear.
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Performance Tuner (1‐1‐2)
Note
The Performance Tuner is not available for instrument level AC or HC.
WARNING
During performance tuning the valve may move, causing process fluid or pressure to be released. To avoid personal injury
and property damage caused by the release of process fluid or pressure, isolate the valve from the process and equalize
pressure on both sides of the valve or bleed off the process fluid.
The Performance Tuner is used to optimize digital valve controller tuning. It can be used on most sliding‐stem and
rotary designs, including Fisher and other manufacturers' products. Moreover, because the Performance Tuner can
detect internal instabilities before they become apparent in the travel response, it can generally optimize tuning more
effectively than manual tuning. Typically, the Performance Tuner takes 3 to 5 minutes to tune an instrument, although
tuning instruments mounted on larger actuators may take longer.
Access the Performance Tuner by selecting Performance Tuner from the Guided Setup menu. Follow the prompts on the
Field Communicator display to optimize digital valve controller tuning.
Stabilizing or Optimizing Valve Response (
or 1‐1‐2)
Note
Stabilize/Optimize is only available through the Guided Setup menu for instrument level HC.
WARNING
During Stabilize/Optimize the valve may move, causing process fluid or pressure to be released. To avoid personal injury
and property damage caused by the release of process fluid or pressure, isolate the valve from the process and equalize
pressure on both sides of the valve or bleed off the process fluid.
If after completing setup and calibration the valve seems slightly unstable or unresponsive, you can improve operation
by pressing the Hot Key and selecting Stabilize/Optimize, or select Stabilize/Optimize from the Guided Setup menu.
Stabilize/Optimize permits you to adjust valve response by changing the digital valve controller tuning.
If the valve is unstable, select Decrease Response to stabilize valve operation. This selects the next lower tuning set
(e.g., F to E). If the valve response is sluggish, select Increase Response to make the valve more responsive. This selects
the next higher tuning set (e.g., F to G).
If after selecting Decrease Response or Increase Response the valve travel overshoot is excessive you can adjust the
damping by selecting Decrease Damping or Increase Damping. By selecting Decrease Damping or Increase Damping the
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tuning set will become Expert, and allow you to select a damping value that is not represented in a predefined tuning
set. Select Decrease Damping to select a damping value that allows more overshoot. Select Increase Damping to select a
damping value that will decrease the overshoot.
nBasic Setup and Calibration Check List
j
Is basic setup complete? If not, perform Basic Setup procedure on page 25.
j
Does the final control element correctly respond to a setpoint change and is it
stable? If not, perform Stabilizing or Optimizing Valve Response on page 32.
Final control element is ready to be placed on line.
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Table 8. Specifications
Available Configurations
Valve‐Mounted Instrument
DVC6010: Sliding‐stem applications
DVC6020: Rotary and long‐stroke sliding‐stem
applications
DVC6030: Quarter‐turn rotary applications
Remote‐Mounted Instrument(1)
DVC6005: Base unit for 2 inch pipestand or wall
mounting
DVC6015: Feedback unit for sliding‐stem applications
DVC6025: Feedback unit for rotary or long‐stroke
sliding‐stem applications
DVC6035: Feedback unit for quarter‐turn rotary
applications
DVC6000 digital valve controllers can be mounted on
Fisher and other manufacturers rotary and
sliding‐stem actuators.
Input Signal
Point‐to‐Point:
Analog Input Signal: 4‐20 mA DC, nominal
Minimum Voltage Available at instrument terminals
must be 10.5 volts DC for analog control, 11 volts DC
for HART communication (see instrument instruction
manual for details)
Minimum Control Current: 4.0 mA
Minimum Current w/o Microprocessor Restart: 3.5 mA
Maximum Voltage: 30 volts DC
Overcurrent Protection: Input circuitry limits current to
prevent internal damage.
Reverse Polarity Protection: No damage occurs from
reversal of loop current.
Multi‐drop:
Instrument Power: 11‐30 VDC at approximately 8 mA
Reverse Polarity Protection: No damage occurs from
reversal of loop current.
Output Signal
Pneumatic signal as required by the actuator, up to
full supply pressure.
Minimum Span: 0.4 bar (6 psig)
Maximum Span: 9.5 bar (140 psig)
Action: Double, Single direct, and Single reverse
Maximum: 10.0 bar (145 psig) or maximum pressure
rating of the actuator, whichever is lower
Medium: Air or Natural Gas
Air: Supply pressure must be clean, dry air that meets
the requirements of ISA Standard 7.0.01.
Natural Gas: Natural gas must be clean, dry, oil‐free,
and noncorrosive. H2S content should not exceed 20
ppm.
A maximum 40 micrometer particle size in the air
system is acceptable. Further filtration down to 5
micrometer particle size is recommended. Lubricant
content is not to exceed 1 ppm weight (w/w) or
volume (v/v) basis. Condensation in the air supply
should be minimized
Steady‐State Air Consumption(3)
Standard Relay
At 1.4 bar (20 psig) supply pressure:
Less than 0.38 normal m3/hr (14 scfh)
At 5.5 bar (80 psig) supply pressure:
Less than 1.3 normal m3/hr (49 scfh)
Low Bleed Relay(4)
At 1.4 bar (20 psig) supply pressure:
Average value 0.056 normal m3/hr (2.1 scfh)
At 5.5 bar (80 psig) supply pressure:
Average value 0.184 normal m3/hr (6.9 scfh)
Maximum Output Capacity(3)
At 1.4 bar (20 psig) supply pressure:
10.0 normal m3/hr (375 scfh)
At 5.5 bar (80 psig) supply pressure:
29.5 normal m3/hr (1100 scfh)
Failure Modes
Refer to figure 23
Independent Linearity(5)
±0.50% of output span
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets EN 61326‐1 (First Edition)
Immunity—Industrial locations per Table 2 of the
EN 61326‐1 standard. Performance is shown
in table 9 below
Emissions—Class A
ISM equipment rating: Group 1, Class A
Supply Pressure(2)
Recommended: 0.3 bar (5 psig) higher than
maximum actuator requirements, up to maximum
supply pressure
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Table 8. Specifications (continued)
Electrical Housing:
Lightning and Surge Protection—The degree of
immunity to lightning is specified as Surge immunity
in table 9. For additional surge protection
commercially available transient protection devices
can be used.
CSA—Type 4X, IP66
FM—Type 4X, IP66
ATEX—IP66
IECEx—IP66
Vibration Testing Method
Tested per ANSI/ISA‐75.13.01 Section 5.3.5. A
resonant frequency search is performed on all three
axes. The instrument is subjected to the ISA specified
1/2 hour endurance test at each major resonance,
plus an additional two million cycles.
Other Classifications/Certifications
Gas Certified, Single Seal Device— CSA, FM, ATEX, and
IECEx
FSETAN—Federal Service of Technological, Ecological
and Nuclear Inspectorate (Russia)
Input Impedance
GOST‐R—Russian GOST‐R
The input impedance of the DVC6000 active
electronic circuit is not purely resistive. For
comparison to resistive load specifications, an
equivalent impedance of 550 ohms may be used. This
value corresponds to 11V @ 20 mA.
INMETRO— National Institute of Metrology, Quality,
and Technology (Brazil)
KGS—Korea Gas Safety Corporation (South Korea)
KISCO—Korea Industrial Safety Corporation (South
Korea)
Operating Ambient Temperature Limits(2,6)
NEPSI— National Supervision and Inspection Centre
for Explosion Protection and Safety of
Instrumentation (China)
-40 to 85_C (-40 to 185_F) for most approved
valve‐mounted instruments
-60 to 125_C (-76 to 257_F) for remote‐mounted
feedback unit.
-52 to 85_C (-62 to 185_F) for valve‐mounted
instruments utilizing the Extreme Temperature
option (fluorosilicone elastomers)
PESO CCOE— Petroleum and Explosives Safety
Organisation - Chief Controller of Explosives (India)
TIIS— Technology Institution of Industrial Safety
(Japan)
Contact your Emerson Process Management sales
office for classification/certification specific
information
Humidity Limits
0 to 100% condensing relative humidity with minimal
zero or span shifts
IEC 61010 Compliance Requirements
(Valve‐Mounted Instruments only)
Electrical Classification
Hazardous Area:
Power Source: The loop current must be derived from
a Separated Extra‐Low Voltage (SELV) power source
Environmental Conditions: Installation Category I
CSA— Intrinsically Safe, Explosion‐proof, Division 2,
Dust Ignition‐proof
FM— Intrinsically Safe, Explosion‐proof,
Non‐incendive, Dust Ignition‐proof
Connections
Refer to Hazardous Area Classifications and Special
Instructions for “Safe Use” and Installation in
Hazardous Locations, starting on page 5, for specific
approval information.
Supply Pressure: 1/4 NPT internal and integral pad for
mounting 67CFR regulator
Output Pressure: 1/4 NPT internal
Tubing: 3/8‐inch, recommended
Vent (pipe‐away): 3/8 NPT internal
Electrical: 1/2 NPT internal conduit connection, M20
adapter optional
Pollution Degree 2, Overvoltage Category III per
ANSI/ISA‐82.02.01 (IEC 61010‐1 Mod).
Rotary Actuators with rated travel between 50
degrees and 180 degrees.
ATEX— Intrinsically Safe, Flameproof, Type n
IECEx— Intrinsically Safe, Flameproof, Type n
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Table 8. Specifications (continued)
Cover: Thermoplastic polyester
Elastomers: Nitrile (standard)
Stem/Shaft Travel
Linear Actuators with rated travel between 6.35 mm
(0.25 inch) and 606 mm (23.375 inches)
Options
Mounting(7)
J Supply and output pressure gauges or J Tire
valves, J Integral mounted filter regulator,
J Stainless steel housing, module base and terminal
box J Low bleed relay J In‐line 10 micron air filter
J Safety Instrumented System (SIS) Solutions
J Safety Related Nuclear Applications J Natural Gas
Certified, Single Seal Device J Feedback Assembly
Designed for direct actuator mounting or remote
pipestand or wall mounting. Mounting the
instrument vertically, with the vent at the bottom of
the assembly, or horizontally, with the vent pointing
down, is recommended to allow drainage of moisture
that may be introduced via the instrument air supply.
PTFE Sleeve Protective Kit for aluminum units in
saltwater or particulate environments
Weight
Valve‐Mounted Instruments
Aluminum: 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)
Stainless Steel: 7.7 kg (17 lbs)
Declaration of SEP
Remote‐Mounted Instruments
DVC6005 Base Unit: 4.1 kg (9 lbs)
DVC6015 Feedback Unit: 1.3 kg (2.9 lbs)
DVC6025 Feedback Unit: 1.4 kg (3.1 lbs)
DVC6035 Feedback Unit: 0.9 kg (2.0 lbs)
Fisher Controls International LLC declares this
product to be in compliance with Article 3 paragraph
3 of the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97 / 23 /
EC. It was designed and manufactured in accordance
with Sound Engineering Practice (SEP) and cannot
bear the CE marking related to PED compliance.
Construction Materials
Housing, module base and terminal box: A03600 low
copper aluminum alloy
However, the product may bear the CE marking to
indicate compliance with other applicable European
Community Directives.
NOTE: Specialized instrument terms are defined in ISA Standard 51.1 - Process Instrument Terminology.
1. 3‐conductor shielded cable, 22 AWG minimum wire size, is required for connection between base unit and feedback unit. Pneumatic tubing between base unit output connection and actuator
has been tested to 91 meters (300 feet). At 15 meters (50 feet) there was no performance degradation. At 91 meters there was minimal pneumatic lag.
2. The pressure/temperature limits in this quick start guide and any applicable code or standard should not be exceeded.
3. Values at 1.4 bar (20 psig) based on a single‐acting direct relay; values at 5.5 bar (80 psig) based on double‐acting relay.
4. The low bleed relay is offered as standard relay for DVC6000 SIS tier, used for On/Off applications.
5. Typical value. Not applicable for travels less than 19 mm (0.75 inch) or for shaft rotation less than 60 degrees. Also not applicable for DVC6020 digital valve controllers in long‐stroke applications.
6. Temperature limits vary based on hazardous area approval.
7. Do not use the DVC6010S or DVC6020S in high vibration service where the mounting bracket uses standoffs (spacers) to mount to the actuator. Due to NAMUR mounting limitations, do not use
the DVC6030S in high vibration service.
Table 9. EMC Summary Results—Immunity
Performance Criteria(1)
Port
Enclosure
Phenomenon
Basic Standard
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD)
IEC 61000‐4‐2
Radiated EM field
IEC 61000‐4‐3
Rated power frequency
magnetic field
Burst
I/O signal/control Surge
Conducted RF
IEC 61000‐4‐8
Test Level
4 kV contact
8 kV air
80 to 1000 MHz @ 10V/m with 1 kHz AM at 80%
1400 to 2000 MHz @ 3V/m with 1 kHz AM at 80%
2000 to 2700 MHz @ 1V/m with 1 kHz AM at 80%
30 A/m at 50/60 Hz
Multi‐drop
Mode
A(2)
A
A
A
A
A
A(2)
A
IEC 61000‐4‐4
1 kV
IEC 61000‐4‐5
1 kV (line to ground only, each)
B
B
IEC 61000‐4‐6
150 kHz to 80 MHz at 3 Vrms
A
A
Performance Criteria: +/- 1% effect.
1. A = No degradation during testing. B = Temporary degradation during testing, but is self‐recovering.
2. Excluding auxiliary switch function, which meets Performance Criteria B.
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Figure 23. FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller Failure Modes
A
Relay Type
Single‐Acting Direct (Relay C)
Double‐Acting (Relay A)
Single‐Acting Reverse (Relay B)
B
Loss of Power
Instrument goes to zero air
output at port A.
Instrument goes to full supply
air output at port B. A goes to
zero air output.
Instrument goes to full supply
air output at port B.
Loss of Pneumatic Supply
Failure direction per actuator
fail mode.
Failure direction cannot be
determined.
Failure direction per
actuator fail mode.
W7963‐1
Related Documents
This section lists other documents containing information related to DVC6000 digital valve controllers. These
documents include:
D Bulletin 62.1:DVC6000—Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controllers (D102758X012)
D Bulletin 62.1:DVC6000(S1)—Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller Dimensions (D103308X012)
D Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controllers Instruction Manual (D102794X012)
D Remote Mount Installation Guidelines— Supplement to Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller Quick
Start Guide (D103421X012)
D FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Split Ranging— Supplement to HART Communicating Fisher FIELDVUE Digital
Valve Controller Instruction Manuals (D103262X012)
D Using FIELDVUE Instruments with the Smart HART Loop Interface and Monitor (HIM)— Supplement to HART
Communicating Fisher FIELDVUE Instrument Instruction Manuals (D103263X012)
D Using FIELDVUE Instruments with the Smart Wireless THUMt Adapter and a HART Interface Module (HIM) Supplement to HART Communicating Fisher FIELDVUE Instrument Instruction Manuals (D103469X012)
D Audio Monitor for HART Communications— Supplement to HART Communicating Fisher FIELDVUE Instrument
Instruction Manuals (D103265X012)
D HART Field Device Specification— Supplement to Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller Instruction
Manual (D103649X012)
D Using the HART Tri‐Loopt HART‐to‐Analog Signal Converter with FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controllers— Supplement
to HART Communicating Fisher FIELDVUE Instrument Instruction Manuals (D103267X012)
D Hot Swap Procedure— Supplement to Fisher FIELDVUE DVC5000 (obsolete product) and DVC6000 Digital Valve
Controller Instruction Manuals (D103264X012)
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D Lock‐in‐Last Strategy—Supplement to Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controllers Instruction Manual
(D103261X012)
D Fisher HF340 Filter Instruction Manual (D102796X012)
D ValveLink Software Help or Documentation
All documents are available from your Emerson Process Management sales office. Also visit our website at
www.FIELDVUE.com.
Educational Services
For information on available courses for DVC6000 digital valve controllers, as well as a variety of other products,
contact:
Emerson Process Management
Educational Services, Registration
P.O. Box 190; 301 S. 1st Ave.
Marshalltown, IA 50158-2823
Phone: 800-338-8158 or
Phone: 641-754-3771
FAX: 641-754-3431
e‐mail: [email protected]
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Loop Schematics and Nameplates
This section includes loop schematics required for wiring of intrinsically safe installations. It also contains the approvals
nameplates. If you have any questions, contact your Emerson Process Management sales office.
Figure 24. CSA Schematic
HAZARDOUS LOCATION
NON‐HAZARDOUS LOCATION
CLASS I, DIV 1, GROUPS A,B,C,D
CLASS II, DIV 1, GROUPS E,F,G
CLASS III
DVC6010, DC6020, DVC6030
DVC6010S, DC6020S, DVC6030S
Vmax = 30 VDC
Imax = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
CSA APPROVED BARRIER
1
T CODE
NOTE 1, 3, 4, 5, 6
T (amb)
T5
≤ 80_C
T6
≤ 75_C
1
NOTE 7
THE ENTITY CONCEPT ALLOWS INTERCONNECTION OF INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS TO ASSOCIATED APPARATUS NOT SPECIFICALLY
EXAMINED IN SUCH COMBINATION. THE CRITERIA FOR INTERCONNECTION IS THAT THE VOLTAGE (Vmax or Ui), THE CURRENT (Imax or Ii), AND THE
POWER (Pmax or Pi) OF THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS MUST BE EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN THE VOLTAGE (Voc or Uo), AND THE CURRENT
(Isc or Io), AND THE POWER (Po) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IN ADDITION, THE SUM OF THE MAX UNPROTECTED CAPACITANCE (Ci)
AND MAX UNPROTECTED INDUCTANCE (Li), INCLUDING THE INTERCONNECTING CABLING CAPACITANCE (Ccable) AND CABLING INDUCTANCE
(Lcable) MUST BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE CAPACITANCE (Ca) AND INDUCTANCE (La) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IF THE ABOVE
CRITERIA IS MET, THEN THE COMBINATION MAY BE CONNECTED.
Vmax or Ui . Voc or Uo Imax or Ii . Isc or Io Pmax or Pi . Po Ci + Ccable ≤ Ca Li + Lcable ≤ La
INSTALLATION MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC) NFPA70 AND ANSI/ISA RP12.6.01
MAXIMUM SAFE AREA VOLTAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 250 Vrms
RESISTANCE BETWEEN INTRINSICALLY SAFE GROUND AND EARTH GROUND MUST BE LESS THAN ONE OHM
LOOPS MUST BE CONNECTED ACCORDING TO THE BARRIER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.
IF HAND‐HELD COMMUNICATOR OR MULTIPLEXER IS USED IT MUST BE CSA APPROVED WITH ENTITY PARAMETERS AND INSTALLED PER THE
MANUFACTURER'S CONTROL DRAWING
GE42818
Sheet 2 Rev. E
Sheet 8 Rev. D
Figure 25. Typical CSA/FM Nameplate
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Figure 26. FM Schematic
HAZARDOUS LOCATION
NON‐HAZARDOUS LOCATION
I.S. CLASS I,II,III, DIV 1, GROUPS A,B,C,D,E,F,G
N.I. CLASS I, DIV 2, GROUPS A,B,C,D
DVC6010, DC6020, DVC6030
DVC6010S, DC6020S, DVC6030S
Vmax = 30 VDC
Imax = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
FM APPROVED BARRIER
1
T CODE
T (amb)
T5
≤ 80_C
T6
≤ 75_C
1
NOTE 1, 3, 4, 5, 6
NOTE 7
THE ENTITY CONCEPT ALLOWS INTERCONNECTION OF INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS TO ASSOCIATED APPARATUS NOT SPECIFICALLY
EXAMINED IN SUCH COMBINATION. THE CRITERIA FOR INTERCONNECTION IS THAT THE VOLTAGE (Vmax or Ui), THE CURRENT (Imax or Ii), AND
THE POWER (Pmax or Pi) OF THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS MUST BE EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN THE VOLTAGE (Voc or Uo), AND THE
CURRENT (Isc or Io), AND THE POWER (Po) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IN ADDITION, THE SUM OF THE MAX UNPROTECTED
CAPACITANCE (Ci) AND MAX UNPROTECTED INDUCTANCE (Li), INCLUDING THE INTERCONNECTING CABLING CAPACITANCE (Ccable) AND
CABLING INDUCTANCE (Lcable) MUST BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE CAPACITANCE (Ca) AND INDUCTANCE (La) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED
APPARATUS. IF THE ABOVE CRITERIA IS MET, THEN THE COMBINATION MAY BE CONNECTED.
Vmax or Ui . Voc or Uo Imax or Ii . Isc or Io Pmax or Pi . Po Ci + Ccable ≤ Ca Li + Lcable ≤ La
INSTALLATION MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC) NFPA70 AND ANSI/ISA RP12.6.01
MAXIMUM SAFE AREA VOLTAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 250 Vrms.
RESISTANCE BETWEEN INTRINSICALLY SAFE GROUND AND EARTH GROUND MUST BE LESS THAN ONE OHM
LOOPS MUST BE CONNECTED ACCORDING TO THE BARRIER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTION
IF HAND‐HELD COMMUNICATOR OR MULTIPLEXER IS USED IT MUST BE FM APPROVED WITH ENTITY PARAMETERS AND INSTALLED PER THE
MANUFACTURER'S CONTROL DRAWING
WARNING
THE APPARATUS ENCLOSURE CONTAINS ALUMINUM AND IS CONSIDERED
TO CONSTITUTE A POTENTIAL RISK OF IGNTION BY IMPACT AND FRICTION.
AVOID IMPACT AND FRICTION DURING INSTALLATION AND USE TO
PREVENT RISK OF IGNTION.
GE42819
sheet 2, Rev. D
Sheet 8, Rev. E
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Figure 27. ATEX Schematic
HAZARDOUS LOCATION
NON‐HAZARDOUS LOCATION
ZONE 0, Ex ia IIC
ZONE 20, Ex ia IIIC
DVC6010, DC6020, DVC6030
DVC6010S, DC6020S, DVC6030S
Ui = 30 VDC
Ii = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
ATEX APPROVED BARRIER
1
1
NOTE 5
ZONE 20
Ex ia IIIC
ZONE 0
Ex ia IIC
T CODE
NOTE 1, 3, 4
T AMB
MAX
SURFACE
TEMP
T5
≤ 80_C
T92_C
T6
≤ 75_C
T85_C
T AMB
≤ 80_C
≤ 73_C
THE ENTITY CONCEPT ALLOWS INTERCONNECTION OF INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS TO ASSOCIATED APPARATUS NOT SPECIFICALLY EXAMINED
IN SUCH COMBINATION. THE CRITERIA FOR INTERCONNECTION IS THAT THE VOLTAGE (Vmax or Ui), THE CURRENT (Imax or Ii), AND THE POWER (Pmax
or Pi) OF THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS MUST BE EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN THE VOLTAGE (Voc or Uo), AND THE CURRENT (Isc or Io), AND
THE POWER(Po) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IN ADDITION, THE SUM OF THE MAX UNPROTECTED CAPACITANCE (Ci) AND MAX
UNPROTECTED INDUCTANCE (Li), INCLUDING THE INTERCONNECTING CABLING CAPACITANCE (Ccable) AND CABLING INDUCTANCE (Lcable) MUST BE
LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE CAPACITANCE (Ca) AND INDUCTANCE (La) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IF THE ABOVE CRITERIA IS MET,
THEN THE COMBINATION MAY BE CONNECTED.
Vmax or Ui . Voc or Uo Imax or Ii . Isc or Io Pmax or Pi . Po Ci + Ccable ≤ Ca Li + Lcable ≤ La
INSTALLATION MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL WIRING PRACTICES OF THE COUNTRY IN USE.
LOOPS MUST BE CONNECTED ACCORDING TO THE BARRIER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.
IF HAND‐HELD COMMUNICATOR OR MULTIPLEXER IS USED, IT MUST BE ATEX APPROVED WITH ENTITY PARAMETERS AND INSTALLED PER THE
MANUFACTURER'S CONTROL DRAWINGS.
GE60771 sheet 2 and 3, Rev. B
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Figure 28. Typical ATEX Nameplates
INTRINSICALLY SAFE
FLAMEPROOF
TYPE n
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Figure 29. IECEx Schematic
HAZARDOUS LOCATION
NON‐HAZARDOUS LOCATION
ZONE 0, Ex ia IIC
DVC6010, DC6020, DVC6030
DVC6010S, DC6020S, DVC6030S
IECEx APPROVED BARRIER
Vmax = 30 VDC
Imax = 226 mA
Ci = 5 nF
Li = 0.55 mH
Pi = 1.4 W
T CODE
T (amb)
T5
≤ 80_C
T6
≤ 75_C
1
1
NOTE 1, 3, 4
NOTE 5
THE ENTITY CONCEPT ALLOWS INTERCONNECTION OF INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS TO ASSOCIATED APPARATUS NOT SPECIFICALLY
EXAMINED IN SUCH COMBINATION. THE CRITERIA FOR INTERCONNECTION IS THAT THE VOLTAGE (Vmax or Ui), THE CURRENT (Imax or Ii), AND THE
POWER (Pmax or Pi) OF THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS MUST BE EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN THE VOLTAGE (Voc OR Uo), AND THE CURRENT
(Isc or Io), AND THE POWER (Po) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IN ADDITION, THE SUM OF THE MAX UNPROTECTED CAPACITANCE (Ci)
AND MAX UNPROTECTED INDUCTANCE (Li), INCLUDING THE INTERCONNECTING CABLING CAPACITANCE (Ccable) AND CABLING INDUCTANCE
(Lcable) MUST BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE CAPACITANCE (Ca) AND INDUCTANCE (La) DEFINED BY THE ASSOCIATED APPARATUS. IF THE ABOVE
CRITERIA IS MET, THEN THE COMBINATION MAY BE CONNECTED.
Vmax or Ui . Voc or Uo Imax or Ii . Isc or Io Pmax or Pi . Po Ci + Ccable 3 Ca Li + Lcable 3 La
INSTALLATION MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL WIRING PRACTICES OF THE COUNTRY IN USE
LOOPS MUST BE CONNECTED ACCORDING TO THE BARRIER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS
IF HAND‐HELD COMMUNICATOR OR MULTIPLEXER IS USED IT MUST BE IECEx APPROVED WITH ENTITY PARAMETERS AND INSTALLED PER THE
MANUFACTURERS CONTROL DRAWING
GE42990
Sheet 2, Rev. E
Sheet 8, Rev. D
Figure 30. Typical IECEx Nameplate
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