Fluidwell F113 Flow rate Monitor / Totalizer Owner's Manual

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F113-P-PD-OS

FLOW RATE MONITOR / TOTALIZER with high / low alarms, analog and pulse outputs

ADDENDUM / INSTALLATION GUIDE

FOR TYPE PD-OS:

-

4 MECHANICAL RELAY OUTPUTS

F-Series - Field mounted indicators for safe and hazardous areas.

More info: www.fluidwell.com/fseries.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Any responsibility is lapsed if the instructions and procedures as described in this manual are not followed.

LIFE SUPPORT APPLICATIONS: The F113-P is not designed for use in life support appliances, devices, or systems where malfunction of the product can reasonably be expected to result in a personal injury. Customers using or selling these products for use in such applications do so at their own risk and agree to fully indemnify the manufacturer and supplier for any damages resulting from such improper use or sale.

Electro static discharge does inflict irreparable damage to electronics! Before installing or opening the unit, the installer has to discharge himself by touching a well-grounded object.

This unit must be installed in accordance with the EMC guidelines (Electro Magnetic

Compatibility).

▪ Do connect a proper grounding to the metal enclosure as indicated if the F113-P has an incoming power line which carries a 115-230V AC. The Protective Earth (PE) wire may never be disconnected or removed.

DISPOSAL OF ELECTRONIC WASTE

The WEEE Directive requires the recycling of disposed electrical and electronic equipment in the

European Union. When the WEEE Directive does not apply to your region, we support its policy and ask you to be aware on how to dispose of this product.

The crossed out wheelie bin symbol as illustrated and found on our products tells that this product shall not be disposed of into the general waste system or into a landfill.

At the end of its life, equipment shall be disposed of according to the local regulations regarding waste of the electrical and the electronic equipment.

Please contact your local dealer, national distributor or the manufac turer’s Technical helpdesk for information on the product disposal.

SAFETY RULES AND PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES

▪ The manufacturer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the following safety rules and precautions instructions and the procedures as described in this manual are not followed.

▪ Modifications of the F113-P implemented without preceding written consent from the manufacturer, will result in the immediate termination of product liability and warranty period.

▪ Mounting, electrical installation, start-up and maintenance of this device may only be carried out by trained persons authorized by the operator of the facility. Persons must read and understand this manual before carrying out its instructions.

▪ This device may only be operated by persons who are authorized and trained by the operator of the facility. All instructions in this manual are to be observed.

▪ Check the mains voltage and information on the manufacturer's plate before installing the unit.

▪ Check all connections, settings and technical specifications of the various peripheral devices with the F113-P supplied.

▪ Open the enclosure only if all leads are free of potential.

▪ Never touch the electronic components (ESD sensitivity).

▪ Never expose the system to heavier conditions than allowed according the classification of the enclosure (see manufacture's plate and chapter 4).

▪ If the operator detects errors or dangers, or disagrees with the safety precautions taken, then inform the owner or principal responsible.

▪ The local labor and safety laws and regulations must be adhered to.

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ABOUT THE MANUAL

This manual is an addendum to the standard user manual ‘ FW_F113-P_vxxxx_xx_EN ’ that is also supplied with the F113-P-PD-OS flow rate monitor / totalizer .

This addendum describes the terminal connections and configurations that are specific for type

PD-OS (4 mechanical relay outputs) and replaces chapter 4 of the standard user manual .

For all other types of supply (PM, PF, PD, PX) in combination with types OA, OT and OR, please consult chapter 4 of the standard user manual ‘ FW_F113-P_vxxxx_xx_EN ’. For additional information, please contact your supplier.

A hazardous situation may occur if the F113-P is not used for the purpose it was designed for or is used incorrectly. Please carefully note the information in this manual indicated by the pictograms:

A " warning !

" indicates actions or procedures which, if not performed correctly, may lead to personal injury, a safety hazard or damage of the F113-P or connected instruments.

A " caution !

" indicates actions or procedures which, if not performed correctly, may lead to personal injury or incorrect functioning of the F113-P or connected instruments.

A "note !" indicates actions or procedures which, if not performed correctly, may indirectly affect operation or may lead to an instrument response which is not planned.

WARRANTY AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT

For warranty and technical support for your Fluidwell products, visit our internet site www.fluidwell.com or contact us at [email protected].

Hardware version : 03.01.xx

Software version : 03.03.xx

Manual : FW_F113POS_v1901_02_EN (addendum).docx

© Copyright 2021 : Fluidwell B.V. - the Netherlands

Information in this manual is subject to change without prior notice. The manufacturer is not responsible for mistakes in this material or for incidental damage caused as a direct or indirect result of the delivery, performance or use of this material.

© All rights reserved. No parts of this publication may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means without written permission of your supplier.

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CONTENTS MANUAL

Safety instructions .............................................................................................................................. 2

Disposal of electronic waste ............................................................................................................... 2

Safety rules and precautionary measures .......................................................................................... 2

About the manual ................................................................................................................................ 3

Warranty and technical support .......................................................................................................... 3

Contents manual ................................................................................................................................. 3

4.

Installation .............................................................................................................................. 5

4.1.

General directions ..................................................................................................... 5

4.2.

Installation / surrounding conditions.......................................................................... 5

4.3.

Dimensions- Enclosure ............................................................................................. 6

4.4.

Installing the hardware .............................................................................................. 8

4.4.1.

General installation guidelines .................................................................................. 8

4.4.2.

Protective Earth (PE) connections ............................................................................ 9

4.4.3.

Sensor supply ......................................................................................................... 10

4.4.4.

Terminal connectors ............................................................................................... 10

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4. INSTALLATION

4.1. General directions

Mounting, electrical installation, start-up and maintenance of this device may only be carried out by trained persons authorized by the operator of the facility. Persons must read and understand this manual before carrying out its instructions.

This device may only be operated by persons who are authorized and trained by the operator of the facility. All instructions in this manual are to be observed.

Make sure, the measuring system is correctly wired up according to the wiring diagrams.

Protection against accidental contact is no longer assured when the housing cover is removed or the panel cabinet has been opened (danger from electrical shock). The housing may only be opened by trained persons authorized by the operator of the facility.

Take careful notice of the "Safety rules, instructions and precautionary measures" at the front of this manual.

4.2. INSTALLATION / SURROUNDING CONDITIONS

Take the relevant IP classification of the enclosure into account (see identification plate).

Even an enclosure rated for IP67 / TYPE 4(X) should NEVER be exposed to strongly varying

(weather) conditions.

When used in very cold surroundings or varying climatic conditions, inside the instrument case, take the necessary precautions against moisture.

Mount the F113-P onto a solid structure to avoid vibrations.

For use in Safe (or Locations), the following conditions apply:

Relative humidity:

Outdoor use:

< 90% RH suitable for outdoor use

IP and TYPE rating:

Supply voltage fluctuation:

Means of protection:

IP65 (panel mount), IP67 (field mount) and Type 4X

As indicated by the supply range (e.g. 10V to 30V), otherwise +/- 10% unless stated otherwise

Ordinary locations: Class I (PE connected metal enclosure)

Class II (non-metallic enclosure)

Over-voltage category:

Pollution degree:

Ambient:

Altitude:

II (when supplied from mains)

2 (internal environment), 3 (external environment)

Ordinary locations: -40 °C to +80 °C, -40 °F to +176 °F up to 2000 m

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4.3. DIMENSIONS- ENCLOSURE

Aluminum and stainless enclosures (where “H” turns to “HS” for stainless, e.g. HA → HSA):

HA

HL

HM

130 mm (5.12")

30mm 30mm

PG9

M20 x 1,5

PG9

25mm 25mm

1/2"NPT 1/2"NPT

30mm 30mm

M16 x 1,5

M20 x 1,5

M16 x 1,5

75 mm (2.95")

12mm 12mm

112 mm (4.40")

HP

24mm 24mm

36mm 36mm

6 x M12

0.

HT

1/2"NPT

0.12" 0.12"

0.

HU

23

3x 1/2"NPT

15 15 23

HN HV

M20 x 1,5

25mm 25mm mm

4x M20 x 1,5

HO HZ

M20 x 1,5 M20 x 1,5

29.1 mm (1.15”)

115 mm (4.53”)

HB

31 mm

(1.22”)

Fig. 1: Aluminum and stainless enclosures - Dimensions

Optionally, metal enclosures are available with a 15 mm, 0.6” deeper rear cover.

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130 mm (5.12") 75 mm (2.95") 112 mm (4.40")

HK back box:

(flat bottom)

HD

HK

HE

HF

30mm 30mm

D=16mm D=16mm

D=20mm

D=22mm (0.866")

29.1 mm (1.15”)

75 mm (2.95")

25mm 25mm

118 mm (4.65”)

HG

D=20mm D=20mm

12mm 12mm

HH

24mm

36mm

24mm

36mm

0.12” 0.12”

D=12mm

HJ

3x D=22mm (0.866”)

115 mm (4.53”)

HC

31 mm

(1.22”)

Fig. 2: GRP enclosures - Dimensions

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4.4. INSTALLING THE HARDWARE

Electro static discharge does inflict irreparable damage to electronics! Before installing or opening the F113-P , the installer has to discharge himself by touching a well-grounded object.

For reasons of ESD and safety, always ground the metal enclosure properly as indicated.

It is the responsibility of the installer to install, connect and test the Protective Earth connections in accordance with the (inter)national Rules and Regulations.

This chapter shows general information regarding the electrical installation of the F113-P .

Chapter 5 gives additional specific information regarding Intrinsic safe installation and overrules the information given in this chapter.

When installed in an aluminum enclosure and a potentially explosive atmosphere requiring apparatus of equipment protection level Ga and Da, the unit must be installed such that, even in the event of rare incidents, an ignition source due to impact or friction sparks between the enclosure and iron/steel is excluded.

4.4.1. GENERAL INSTALLATION GUIDELINES

The F113-P that came with a power module type PM; 110V-230V AC or type PD/PF with an option OR (the relays can handle 110V-230V AC) shall be connected to the Protective Earth (PE) stud which is installed in the metal back panel. The metal front panel is connected to the

Protective Earth by the mounting screws and serrated washers.

For V AC applications, the terminal 00 shall not be connected to avoid earth loops.

For V DC applications, the terminal 00 shall be connected to the common (do NOT use for PE).

The wire screens (shield) are meant to prevent electromagnetic interference and shall be, galvanic isolated, connected to the common ground terminals that belong to the specific sensor connection. The wire screens shall be terminated at one side to prevent wire loops. Inside of the

Fluidwell unit, the different common ground terminals are connected to each other. It is advised, as illustrated, to terminate the wire screens in the vicinity of the sensor and to insulated the wire screen with a shrink tube at the Fluidwell unit side.

The wire screens (shield) are meant to prevent electromagnetic interference and shall be, galvanic isolated, connected to the common ground terminals that belong to the specific sensor connection. The wire screens shall be terminated at one side to prevent wire loops. Inside of the

Fluidwell unit, the different common ground terminals are connected to each other. It is advised, as illustrated, to terminate the wire screens in the vicinity of the sensor and to insulated the wire screen with a shrink tube at the Fluidwell unit side.

Separate cable glands with effective IP67 / TYPE 4(X) seals for all wires.

Unused cable entries: ensure that you fit IP67 / TYPE 4(X) plugs to maintain rating.

A reliable ground connection for both the sensor, and if applicable, for the metal enclosure

(above).

An effective screen ed cable for the input signal, and grounding of its screen to the “┴ “ terminal or at the sensor itself, whichever is appropriate to the application.

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4.4.2. PROTECTIVE EARTH (PE) CONNECTIONS

Inside the unit, different types of bonding and earthing are used. The common ground is mostly used for termination of the wire shields; the Protective Earth (PE) is used for electrical safety.

For externally powered installations, route the Protective Earth (PE) grounding conductor into the enclosure together with the incoming power conductors.

Risk of damage to equipment!

Be very careful when connecting terminal 00 / GND to Protective Earth (PE).

This terminal is internally connected to the common ground of the system and (especially when multiple power supplies are connected) the PE connection can cause ground loop currents that could damage the equipment.

Metal enclosure

When the F110-P is supplied with a metal enclosure (aluminum or stainless steel), the enclosure must be grounded in accordance with national and local electrical codes.

To ground the field mounted unit, the PE conductor must be connected to the PE stud which is located in the metal back cover, as indicated in the image below. To connect the conductor, a screw

(M4 x 6mm) with a serrated washer, a terminal and a washer is used (torque: 2 Nm). The metal front cover is connected to the Protective Earth by the mounting screws with serrated washers.

To ground the panel mounted unit, the PE conductor must be connected to the metal front cover through one of the four mounting screws. For this purpose, an additional nut, terminal and washer is supplied.

Field mounted Panel mounted

Fig. 3: Protective Earth (PE) connections on metal enclosure

Front cover

Plastic enclosure

When the F113-P is supplied with a non-metal enclosure (e.g. plastic), the field mount enclosure meets the requirements of class 2 (double insulated). Therefore any incoming PE conductor can be terminated with an insulating end cap.

When the F113-P is panel mounted, the installation class and protective earth requirements depend on the panel or type of cabinet.

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4.4.3. SENSOR SUPPLY

Option PD: Sensor supply: 3.2V, 8.2V, 12V or 24 V:

With this option, a real power supply for the sensor is available. The sensor can be powered with

8.2, 12 or 24 V DC (max. 50mA@24V). The voltage is selected by the three switches inside the enclosure.

First, remove the terminal strip(s) after which the internal plastic cover can be removed. The switches are located in the top left corner (option PD) as indicated:

Switch positions

SENSOR A VOLTAGE SELECTION

SWITCH 1 VOLTAGE SWITCH 3 SWITCH 4 VOLTAGE

on 3.2 V DC on on 8.2 V DC off switch 3+4 off on off on off off

12 V DC

12 V DC

23 V DC

on

3 off

4

1

INT EXT

PD-OS

Fig. 4: switch position voltage selection (option PD and PD-OS).

Function switch 1: voltage selection sensor internal (3.2V) or external (switch 3+4).

Function switch 3+4: the combination of these switches determine the voltage as indicated.

4.4.4. TERMINAL CONNECTORS

The following paragraphs describe the terminal connections and configurations that are specific for type PD-OS (4 mechanical relay outputs) .

For all other types of supply (PM, PF, PD, PX) in combination with types OA, OT and OR, please consult the standard user manual ‘ FW_F113-P_vxxxx_xx_EN ’.

The following terminal connectors are available: on off

1

INT E XT

Fig. 5: Overview of terminal connectors - Standard configuration F113-P-OS and options

Terminal GND- 01- 02; power supply - only available with option PD:

O PTION

PD

24V AC

PD

24V DC

T erminal

SENSOR SUPPLY

GND 01 02

8.2, 12, 24V max 50mA AC AC ◊

8.2, 12, 24V max 50mA L- L+ ◊

Note PD

do not use a AC autotransformer (Spartrafo) without a galvanic isolation.

=option

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Terminal 03-05; Flowmeter input :

Three basic types of flowmeter signals can be connected to the unit: pulse, active pulse or coil. The screen of the signal wire must be connected to the common ground terminal 03 (unless earthed at the sensor itself). The maximum input frequency is approximately 10 kHz (depending on the type of signal). The input signal type has to be selected with the correct SETUP-function (read par. 3.2.3.)

Coil-signal :

The F113-P-OS is suitable for use with flowmeters which have a coil output signal. Two sensitivity levels can be selected with the SETUP-function:

COIL LO: sensitivity from about 120mVp-p.

COIL HI: sensitivity from about 20mVp-p.

Type ZF offers for setting COIL HI : sensitivity from about 10mVp-p.

Type ZG offers for setting COIL HI : sensitivity from about 5mVp-p.

Coil signal input

INTERNAL

V ref.

1.2V DC

EXTERNAL

5 COIL

+

4 COIL

Input sensitivity selectable: coil high / low shielding

3 GND

Common ground unit

Pulse-signal NPN / NPN-LP:

The F113-P-OS is suitable for use with flowmeters which have a NPN output signal. For reliable pulse detection, the pulse amplitude has to go below 1.2V. Signal setting NPN-LP employs a lowpass signal noise filter, which limits the maximum input frequency - read par. 3.2.3.

NPN signal input

INTERNAL EXTERNAL

+ 3.2V DC

100K low-pass filter selection NPN-LP

4 SIGNAL shielding NPN

Common ground unit

3 GND

Pulse-signal PNP / PNP-LP:

The F113-P-OS is suitable for use with flowmeters which have a PNP output signal. 3.2V is offered on terminal 5 which has to be switched by the sensor to terminal 4 (SIGNAL). For a reliable pulse detection, the pulse amplitude has to go above 1.2V. Signal setting PNP-LP employs a low-pass signal noise filter, which limits the maximum input frequency - read par. 3.2.3.

A sensor supply voltage of 8.2, 12 or 24V DC can be provided as well (see sensor supply).

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For a signal detection level of 50% of the supply voltage: please refer to "active signals".

PNP signal input

INTERNAL EXTERNAL

5 +3.2V DC (option: 8.1V - 12V - 24V)

PNP

4 SIGNAL low-pass filter selection PNP-LP

100K shielding

3 GND

Common ground unit

Active signals 8.1V - 12V and 24V:

If a sensor gives an active signal, please read par. 3.2.3. The detection levels are 50% of the selected supply voltage; approximately 4V (ACT_8.1) or 6V (ACT_12) or 12V (ACT_24).

Active signal input

INTERNAL EXTERNAL

5 +3.2V DC (option: 8.1V - 12V - 24V)

4 SIGNAL

Resistance value: see signal selection shielding

3 GND

Common ground unit

Reed-switch:

The F113-P-OS is suitable for use with flowmeters which have a reed-switch. To avoid pulse bounce from the reed-switch, it is advised to select REED LP - low-pass filter (read par. 3.2.3.)

Reed - switch signal input

INTERNAL EXTERNAL

+ 3.2V DC

1M low-pass filter selection REED-LP

4 SIGNAL shielding

REED

SWITCH

Common ground unit

3 GND

NAMUR-signal:

The F113-P-OS is suitable for flowmeters with an Namur signal. The standard F113-P-OS is can offer a 8.2V at terminal 5.

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Namur signal input

INTERNAL EXTERNAL

5 (Option: PD-PN: +8.1V)

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+8.1V DC

Namur

4 SIGNAL

820 Ohm shielding

3 GND

Common ground unit

Type IB - Terminal 06-07; external reset:

With this function the total can be reset to zero with an external switch. The Total resets only when the switch opens . When a Normally Closed (NC) contact is used, the local clear total function is disabled and a clear total is only possible with the external reset command.

The input must be switched with a potential free contact to the terminal 06.

7

6

Fig. 6: Terminal connections – External reset (typical)

Terminal 08-09: Analog output (passive):

A passive 4-20mA signal proportional to the flowrate is available as standard. When a power supply is connected but the output is disabled, a 3.5mA signal will be generated.

Max. driving capacity 1000 Ohm. This output does loop power the unit as well but is NOT able to power the mechanical relays !!

Terminal 10-11; relay output R3:

This output is an alarm or pulse output according setup 83.

Terminal 12-13; relay output R2:

This output is an alarm or pulse output according setup 82.

Terminal 14-15; relay output R1:

This output is an alarm or pulse output according setup 81.

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Terminal 16-17; relay output R4:

This output is an alarm or pulse output according setup 84.

Mechanic relay output - R1, R2, R3, R4

INTERNAL EXTERNAL

10 R3

DEVICE

11 R3

12 R2

DEVICE

13 R2

14 R1

DEVICE

15 R1 maximum

240V AC - 0.5A

maximum

240V AC - 0.5A

maximum

240V AC - 0.5A

16 R4

DEVICE maximum

240V AC - 0.5A

17 R4

Terminal 26-31: type CB / CH / CI / CT - communication RS232 / RS485 / TTL (option)

▪ Full serial communications and computer control in accordance with RS232 (length of cable max. 15 meters) or RS485 (length of cable max. 1200 meters) is possible.

▪ Read the Modbus communication protocol and Appendix C.

RS485 - 2-wire RS485 - 4-wire RS232

26 27

+

28

A

29

B

30 31 26 27

+

28

A

29

B

30 31

Y Z

26 27

DTR

+12V

Fig. 11: Overview terminal connectors communication option.

28

RXD

29

TXD

30 31

When using the RS232 communication option, terminal 27 is used for supplying the interface.

Please connect the DTR (or the RTS) signal of the interface to this terminal and set it active (+12V).

If no active signal is available it is possible to connect a separate supply between terminals 26 and 27 with a voltage between 8V and 24V.

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