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User Manual

F093-P

TACHOMETER MONITOR

ENGINE SPEED AND RUNNING HOURS

WITH ALARM OUTPUT

Signal input:

Signal output:

Options: pulse, Namur or coil sensor signal one RPM and running hours alarm intrinsically safe backlight

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

More info: www.fluidwell.com/fseries

User Manual F093-P

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL............................................................................................................

4

1.1

How to use this manual ..................................................................................................

4

1.2

Use of pictograms ...........................................................................................................

4

1.3

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

4

1.4

Model Reference ............................................................................................................

4

2 SAFETY ....................................................................................................................................

5

2.1

Personal safety ...............................................................................................................

5

2.2

End-user responsibilities.................................................................................................

5

2.3

Potential equipment damage ..........................................................................................

5

2.4

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

5

3 INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................................

6

3.1

System description .........................................................................................................

6

3.2

Product features .............................................................................................................

6

3.3

Installation example ........................................................................................................

7

4 OPERATION.............................................................................................................................

8

4.1

Introduction .....................................................................................................................

8

4.1.1

Operating modes ............................................................................................................

8

4.2

Control panel ..................................................................................................................

8

4.2.1

Display ............................................................................................................................

8

4.2.2

Backlight (Type ZB) ........................................................................................................

9

4.3

Displayed information .....................................................................................................

9

4.3.1

4.3.2

4.3.3

Speed and/or running hours ...........................................................................................

9

Clear running hours ........................................................................................................

9

Accumulated running hours ............................................................................................

9

4.4

Setting alarm thresholds ................................................................................................. 10

4.5

Operator alarms .............................................................................................................. 10

4.5.1

4.5.2

4.5.3

Engine speed or running hours alarm.............................................................................

10

Low battery .....................................................................................................................

10

Internal error ...................................................................................................................

10

5 CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................... 11

5.1

Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 11

5.2

Configuring using SETUP mode ..................................................................................... 11

5.2.1

5.2.2

5.2.3

5.2.4

Entering SETUP mode ...................................................................................................

11

Navigating the SETUP menu..........................................................................................

11

Changing configuration settings .....................................................................................

12

Returning to Operator Mode ...........................................................................................

12

5.3

SETUP menu overview................................................................................................... 13

5.4

SETUP menu explanations............................................................................................. 14

5.4.1

5.4.2

5.4.3

5.4.4

5.4.5

5.4.6

5.4.7

Menu 1: Hours ...............................................................................................................

14

Menu 2: RPM .................................................................................................................

14

Menu 3: Alarm ...............................................................................................................

14

Menu 4: Display .............................................................................................................

15

Menu 5: Power management .........................................................................................

16

Menu 6: Sensor .............................................................................................................

17

Menu 7: Others ..............................................................................................................

17

6 INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................ 18

6.1

Installation / environmental conditions ............................................................................ 18

6.2

Handling the F093-P enclosure ...................................................................................... 19

6.2.1

6.2.2

Identification....................................................................................................................

19

Opening, assembling and closing the F-Series ..............................................................

20

6.3

Mechanical installation.................................................................................................... 22

6.3.1

6.3.2

Mechanical dimensions ..................................................................................................

22

Mounting the F-Series ....................................................................................................

24

6.4

Electrical installation ....................................................................................................... 25

6.4.1

6.4.2

6.4.3

6.4.4

6.4.5

Electrical safety...............................................................................................................

25

Protective earth (PE) connections ..................................................................................

25

Field wiring connections .................................................................................................

26

Power supply ..................................................................................................................

27

Sensor supply .................................................................................................................

27

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6.5

Terminal connectors safe area applications - Type PX, PD ........................................... 28

6.5.1

6.5.2

6.5.3

6.5.4

6.5.5

Terminals 1-3 (6): tachometer input................................................................................

28

Terminals 4-5: Power supply - type PX and PD .............................................................

31

Terminal 6: Sensor power supply - Type PD ..................................................................

31

Terminals 7-8: Alarm output - Type OT ..........................................................................

31

Terminals 9-10: Backlight power supply - Type ZB ........................................................

32

6.6

Terminal connectors safe area applications - Type PF, PM ........................................... 33

6.6.1

6.6.2

6.6.3

Terminals GND-1-2: Power supply .................................................................................

33

Terminals 3-4: Alarm output ...........................................................................................

33

Terminals 5-7: tachometer input .....................................................................................

34

7 INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPLICATIONS ................................................................................ 37

7.1

Identification.................................................................................................................... 37

7.2

Electrical installation in hazardous areas........................................................................ 38

7.2.1

Installations based on FM or CSA Certificate .................................................................

38

7.2.2

7.2.3

7.2.4

7.2.5

7.2.6

Electrical data - Control drawing.....................................................................................

39

Installations based on ATEX or IECEx Certificate ..........................................................

40

Electrical data - Annex 1.................................................................................................

41

Power supply ..................................................................................................................

42

Sensor supply .................................................................................................................

42

7.3

Terminal connectors hazardous area applications ......................................................... 42

7.4

Configuration examples Intrinsically Safe applications ................................................... 43

7.4.1

7.4.2

7.4.3

F093-P-(OT)-PC-(PX)-XI-(ZB) Battery powered - Ex ia IIC/IIIC .....................................

43

F093-P-OT-PX-XI-(ZB) - Ex ia IIC/IIIC............................................................................

44

F093-P-OT-PX-XI-ZB - Ex ia IIC/IIIC ..............................................................................

44

8 MAINTENANCE........................................................................................................................ 45

8.1

General directions........................................................................................................... 45

8.2

Instructions for repair ...................................................................................................... 45

8.3

Battery replacement........................................................................................................ 46

8.3.1

8.3.2

8.3.3

Safety instructions ..........................................................................................................

46

Battery replacement procedure ......................................................................................

47

Disposal of batteries .......................................................................................................

47

APPENDIX A - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION .............................................................................. 48

A.1

General ........................................................................................................................... 48

A.2

Input ................................................................................................................................ 50

A.3

Output ............................................................................................................................. 50

A.4

Operational ..................................................................................................................... 50

APPENDIX B - TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................... 52

APPENDIX C - LEGAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................... 53

C.1

Declarations of Conformity ............................................................................................. 53

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1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL

1.1

HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

This operation manual is divided into two main parts:

● The daily use of the F093-P is described in Section 4: Operation [»8]

. These instructions are meant for users / operators.

● All subsequent sections and appendices are meant for electricians/technicians. These provide a detailed description of all software settings and hardware installation guidance.

Always follow the instructions in this manual, especially the safety information. For additional information, please contact your supplier.

1.2

USE OF PICTOGRAMS

A hazardous situation may occur if the unit is not used for the purpose it was designed for or is used incorrectly. The following pictograms inform you of important information:

A warning indicates a hazardous situation that could cause injury or death.

A caution indicates a condition that could cause:

● moderate/minor personal injury or equipment damage.

● incorrect functioning of the unit or connected instruments.

A note informs you of important information.

1.3

WARRANTY AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT

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

1.4

MODEL REFERENCE

Hardware version:

Software version:

Document version:

© Copyright 2023

03.03.xx

03.03.xx

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Fluidwell B.V. - The Netherlands

Information in this document 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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2 SAFETY

2.1

PERSONAL SAFETY

● Explosion hazard: Never open the unit when explosive atmosphere is present, and the unit is connected to a power supply or consuming device like the internal battery supply.

● Risk of electric shock: Only open the unit if all leads are free of potential electrical energy.

● Immediately inform the person responsible for the installation if you disagree with the safety precautions or if you detect errors or danger.

● Intrinsically Safe applications: follow the instructions as mentioned in

Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37] .

Certificates and related documents are available on our website or from your distributor.

2.2

END-USER RESPONSIBILITIES

● Installation, use, and servicing of the unit must be done by authorized technicians.

● This unit is not designed for use in life support appliances, devices, or systems where malfunction of the product could result in 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.

● Check all connections, settings and technical specifications of all peripheral devices supplied with the unit.

● The unit must be installed in accordance with the EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) guidelines.

● Connect Protective Earth (PE) / proper grounding to the metal enclosure as indicated in

Section 6.4.2: Protective earth (PE) connections [»25]

.

● If the unit is used on a ship, truck or somewhere else with no Protective Earth (PE) connection available, connect an alternative grounding suitable for the application to the metal enclosure.

● The Protective Earth (PE) wire (or alternative grounding) may never be disconnected or removed.

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

● Modifying the unit without prior written consent from the manufacturer will result in the immediate termination of product liability and warranty period.

● The manufacturer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the safety information and instructions in this manual are not observed.

2.3

POTENTIAL EQUIPMENT DAMAGE

● Before installing the unit, check the mains voltage and information on the manufacturer's label for product configuration.

● Electro Static Discharge (ESD) causes irreparable damage to electronics. When installing or opening the unit, the technician should first discharge him- or herself by touching a wellgrounded object.

● Never touch the electronic components.

● Never expose the unit to conditions that may exceed the enclosure classifications as indicated by the manufacturer's label and

Section 6.1: Installation / environmental conditions [»18] .

2.4

DISPOSAL OF ELECTRONIC WASTE

At the end of its life this product should be disposed of according to the

(inter)national regulations regarding waste electronic equipment. If a battery is installed in this product, it should be disposed of separately. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects the environment.

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3 INTRODUCTION

3.1

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The tachometer monitor model F093-P is a microprocessor-driven instrument designed to show engine speed, running hours and accumulated running hours, as well as to monitor engine speed and running hours for high and/or low thresholds.

Fig. 1: The F093

This manual describes the daily use, configuration and installation of the F093-P with pulse input from a tachometer and its available options.

The following figure shows the F093-P used in a typical application.

Fig. 2: Typical application

3.2

PRODUCT FEATURES

General characteristics

● One alarm status output

● Ultra-low power consumption to allow for long battery life (Type PB/PC)

● Various mounting possibilities

● A choice of enclosure materials: GRP, aluminum or stainless steel (316L), suitable for every industrial environment

● Ability to process a broad range of sensor signals

● Simple and standard configuration and operator interface.

Configuration

The F093 can be used for many types of application and has a SETUP mode to allow for configuring it to your requirements. See

Section 5: Configuration [»11] for further information.

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All settings are stored in an EEPROM memory so they will not be lost if there is a power failure.

Input

● One tachometer with a passive or active pulse, NAMUR or coil signal output

● Several options are available for powering the sensor.

Output

● An external device such as an alarm or a switch can be connected to the F093-P.

● Several driving options are available, depending on the ordered Type.

Options

● Intrinsic safety (Type XI)

● Power and sensor supply (Types PB, PC, PD, PF, PM, PX, in various combinations)

● Output driving (Types OA, OR, OT)

● Panel mount enclosure (Types HB, HC)

● Flame-proof enclosure (Type XF)

● Display backlight (Type ZB).

3.3

INSTALLATION EXAMPLE

Following parts can be recognized in below installation example.

1 2 3 4

1.

Front cover

2.

Display

5 6

Fig. 3: Installation example F093-P

3.

Label

4.

Back cover

5.

Keys

6.

Cable entry (process mount)

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4 OPERATION

F093-P

This unit may only be operated by authorized and trained personnel who have read and understood

this manual, particularly Section 2: Safety [»5] .

4.1

INTRODUCTION

This chapter describes the daily use and operation of the F093-P. For this, the F-Series is equipped with a control panel that provides the operator with various functions, information and operating modes.

4.1.1

OPERATING MODES

The following operating mode are available:

● OPERATOR -mode

This is the default mode of operation and mode indicator RUN is shown on the display. This mode is available for all operators and gives access to the other modes. The available functions and rights depend on the type of unit and configured settings. The unit will always return to this mode when there is no user interaction for some time in any of the other modes.

● SETUP -mode

This mode allows to review all configuration settings using a SETUP-menu. The mode indicator

SETUP is shown on the display and access can be restricted via a password. After selecting a configuration item, it can be changed using the PROGRAM-mode.

● PROGRAM -mode

This mode is used to change settings in the SETUP-menu, enter values in OPERATOR-mode or enter a password. When a setting is being changed, this is indicated by the mode indicator

PROGRAM on the display.

The following paragraphs describe the modes of operation in more detail. SETUP-mode and

PROGRAM-mode are described in Section 5: Configuration [»11]

.

4.2

CONTROL PANEL

The control panel is located on the front side of the F-Series.

● A Liquid Cristal Display (LCD) to show process values and various other information.

● Three keys (PROG/ENTER, SELECT, CLEAR) to control the unit during operation.

● An optional backlight to illuminate the display (Type ZB).

Functions of the keys in Operator Mode

PROG/ENTER -key

This key is used to program and save new values or settings.

The PROG-key is also used to gain access to SETUP mode, see Section 5:

Configuration [»11] .

SELECT -key

This key is used to select the displayed information.

CLEAR -key

This key is used to clear the value of total.

4.2.1

DISPLAY

In the F093-P, all inputs and outputs are continuously processed in the background. The relevant process information is then displayed on a selection of screens when the product is in OPERATORmode.

The display contains one line with larger digits and one line with smaller characters below that. The top line displays key process information, while the bottom line usually displays additional information or system messages. Also, measurement unit and symbols to indicate operating mode, function, and status may be displayed.

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Normally, the display is updated depending on the refresh rate selected in the configuration settings.

By pressing any key, the display switches to refreshing the information 8 times per second. After 30 seconds of key inactivity, the display returns to the configured refresh rate.

SETUP RUN PAUSE READY PROGRAM

RUN

Fig. 4: Example of alternating display information during process

4.2.2

BACKLIGHT (TYPE ZB)

The F093-P with Type ZB is equipped with a backlight to illuminate the display for improved readability. The backlight can be turned on or off, and its intensity can be set in the SETUP- menu.

4.3

DISPLAYED INFORMATION

4.3.1

SPEED AND/OR RUNNING HOURS

The display can be configured to show:

● Running hours and engine speed simultaneously, or

● Engine speed with measurement unit; running hours is displayed after pressing the SELECT key.

The display can also be set to alternate between speed and running hours.

After selecting any other information, the F093 will always return to this display automatically.

The arrows ▲▼ indicate the process value trend: increasing or decreasing.

When the measured running speed is outside the allowed range, an alarm message will be displayed indicating the type of alarm: "RPM LO", "RPM HI".

The alarm is terminated automatically as soon as the engine speed is within its range again.

Also, when total running hours has reached the set threshold an alarm will be generated.

4.3.2

CLEAR RUNNING HOURS

The value for running hours can be re-initialized. To do so, press CLEAR twice. After pressing

CLEAR once, the flashing text "PUSH CLEAR" is displayed. To avoid re-initialization at this stage, press another key than CLEAR or wait for 20 seconds.

Re-initialization of total DOES NOT influence the accumulated running hours.

Clearing the running hours might not be available in Operator Mode. This is set in SETUP .

4.3.3

ACCUMULATED RUNNING HOURS

After pressing SELECT, accumulated running hours is displayed.

The accumulated running hours cannot be re-initialized. The value will count up to 99,999,999,999.

The unit and number of decimals are displayed according to the configuration settings for running hours.

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4.4

SETTING ALARM THRESHOLDS

Setting the threshold values might not be available in Operator Mode. This is set in SETUP

4.4: DISPLAY > SET ALARM .

The F093 can accommodate three alarms:

● Low engine speed alarm

● High engine speed alarm

● Total running hours alarm.

When the SELECT key is pressed several times, the set alarm thresholds are displayed. The measuring unit applied is set in SETUP Menu_Flowrate_Unit_ms.

To enter alarm values, follow these steps:

1. Press PROG. The text PROGRAM will flash or a pass code is requested

2. Use ►to select a digit and ▲to increase it

3. Confirm the new value by pressing ENTER.

F093-P

SETUP RUN PAUSE READY PROGRAM

Fig. 5: Example of display information during programming low engine speed threshold

When a value was changed but ENTER has not been pressed, the change can be canceled by waiting for 20 seconds or by pressing ENTER and holding for three seconds.

4.5

OPERATOR ALARMS

4.5.1

ENGINE SPEED OR RUNNING HOURS ALARM

When the measured running speed is outside the allowed range, an alarm message will be displayed indicating the type of alarm: "RPM LO", "RPM HI".

The alarm is terminated automatically as soon as the engine speed is within its range again.

Also, when total running hours has reached the set threshold an alarm will be generated.

4.5.2

LOW BATTERY

When the battery voltage drops, it must be replaced. To warn in time, an icon “LOW BATTERY” will flash on the left side of the display. The F093 will continue to function correctly for several days up to some weeks, but as soon as the warning stop flashing and is displayed continuously the battery must be replaced shortly after, or it will run out.

See Section 8.3: Battery replacement [»46] for further information.

RUN

Fig. 6: Example of low battery alarm

4.5.3

INTERNAL ERROR

When an internal error occurs, “ALARM” will be displayed. Press the SELECT key several times to display the 4-digit error code. Consult

Section B: Troubleshooting [»52]

for more information.

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5 CONFIGURATION

5.1

INTRODUCTION

This chapter describes how technicians can use configuration settings to configure the F-Series for optimal functionality. Configuration of the F093-P can be done in SETUP mode, using the front keys.

5.2

CONFIGURING USING SETUP MODE

For an overview of Operating modes, see

Section 4.1.1: Operating modes [»8]

.

Changing settings may influence current operation

In SETUP mode the unit remains fully operational. Make sure the product is not being used for any application when changing settings.

5.2.1

ENTERING SETUP MODE

1. Press the PROG-key for 7 seconds. During this, the symbols ▲▼ are displayed. You may be prompted to enter a password.

2. The SETUP indicator is now activated on the display and the RUN indicator is deactivated.

5.2.2

NAVIGATING THE SETUP MENU

The SETUP menu contains several menu groups, which each contain various menu items. Each menu item has a unique number which is displayed at the bottom of the display. Additionally, each menu item is expressed with a keyword.

The menu number is a combination of two figures separated by a dot:

● the first figure indicates the selected menu group (e.g. 1. TOTAL).

● the second figure indicates the menu item (e.g. 1.1 UNIT).

The following image shows the layout of the menu structure:

Fig. 7: SETUP menu layout and navigation

Navigate the SETUP menu with the following functions:

PROG -key

When a menu item is selected (e.g. 1.1), this key is used to start the programming sequence.

When a menu group is selected (and no function), this key is used to scroll back a group

(e.g. 3. à 2. à 1. à 3. à 2. ...)

SELECT -key

This key is used to select the next menu item in the list (e.g. 1. à 1.1 à 1.2 à 1.3 à

1. ...). When the top of the list is reached, it will wrap around and return to the menu group selection.

CLEAR -key

This key is used to select the previous menu item in the list (e.g. 1.3 à 1.2 à 1.1 à 1. à

2. ...). When the bottom of the list is reached, it returns to the menu group selection.

When a menu group is selected (and no item), this key is used to scroll to the next group

(e.g. 1. à 2. à 3. à 1. à 2. ...)

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5.2.3

CHANGING CONFIGURATION SETTINGS

A menu item either contains a value (a number with optionally a decimal point and sign, e.g.

-123.45) or a selection list (e.g. L – m 3 - USGAL). After a menu item is selected in the SETUP menu, a new value can be programmed by performing the following steps. During the programming sequence, the PROGRAM indicator is shown on the display.

Step 1: Start the programming sequence

PROG -key

When a menu item is selected in the SETUP menu, this key is used to start the programming sequence.

Step 2a: Change a value

SELECT -key

This key is used to increment the selected digit or to select de next position of the decimal point.

When the entered value is out of range, the increase sign ▲ or decrease sign ▼ will be displayed; the value will be automatically brought within range when confirmed later.

CLEAR -key

This key is used to select the next digit. If a decimal point can be set, this will be included in the sequence as well (e.g. [decimal point] à digit 1 à digit 2 à digit 3 à [decimal point]).

SELECT -key + CLEAR -key

When a value can also be entered as a negative number, pressing the SELECT-key and

CLEAR-key simultaneously will toggle the ‘–‘ (minus) sign on and off.

Step 2b: Change the selection in a list

SELECT -key

This key is used to select the next item in the list (e.g. L à m³ à USGAL).

At the end of the list, the selection will wrap around to the first selection.

CLEAR -key

This key is used to select the previous item in the list (e.g. USGAL à m³ à L).

At the bottom of the list, the selection will wrap around to the last selection.

Step 3: Finish the programming sequence

PROG -key

During the programming sequence, this key is used to confirm or cancel the new value and return to SETUP mode. To cancel the operation, either press the PROG-key for 3 seconds or wait for 20 seconds: the programming sequence is cancelled and the former value is reinstated.

5.2.4

RETURNING TO OPERATOR MODE

When all configuration settings are set correctly, return to OPERATOR mode by pressing the

PROG-key for three seconds, or do not press any key for 2 minutes to return automatically. The RUN indicator is now activated on the display and the SETUP indicator is deactivated.

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5.3

SETUP MENU OVERVIEW

1 HOURS

1.1

CLEAR

1.2

DECIMALS

1.3

FREQ MIN push clear - enter - cleared

0 - 1

0.01 - 999.99

2

2.1

RPM

DECIMALS

2.2

K-FACTOR

0 - 1

0.000010 - 9,999,999

2.3

DECIMALS K-FACTOR 0 - 6

2.4

CALCULATION

2.5

CUT-OFF per 1 - 255 pulses

0.1 - 999.9 seconds

3 ALARM

3.1

ALARM disable - enable

3.2

RPM ZERO

3.3

ALARM LOW default - no relays - ignore

0000.000 to 9,999,999

3.4

ALARM HIGH 0000.000 to 9,999,999

3.5

DELAY ALARM LOW 0 - 999.9 seconds

3.6

DELAY ALARM HIGH 0.1 - 999.9 seconds

3.7

ALARM HR 0 - 9999

3.8

ALARM OUTPUT high - low - both - off

4 DISPLAY

4.1

FUNCTION

4.2

4.4

4.5

ACC HRS

4.6

DISPLAY

4.3

CLEAR HRS

SET ALARM

BACKLIGHT hours - rpm all - toggle - hand operator - setup operator - setup display - hide off - on

4.7

BACKLIGHT ALARM off - on - flash

4.8

BACKLIGHT

BRIGHTNESS

1 - 5

5 POWER MANAGEMENT

5.1

LCD UPDATE

5.2

BATTERY MODE fast - 1 sec - 3 sec - 15 sec - 30 sec - off operational - shelf

6

6.1

SENSOR

SIGNAL npn - npn_lp - reed - reed_lp - pnp - pnp_lp - namur coil_hi - coil_lo - active

7

7.1

OTHERS

TYPE / MODEL fixed

7.2

SOFTWARE VERSION fixed

7.3

7.4

PASS CODE

7.5

SERIAL NUMBER

TAG NUMBER fixed

0000 - 9999

0000000 - 9999999

User Manual

DEFAULT push clear

0

100

DEFAULT

0

1

0

10

30

DEFAULT enable default

0

0

0.0

0.0

0 both

DEFAULT rpm all operator operator hide off off

5

DEFAULT

1 sec operational

DEFAULT npn

DEFAULT

F093-P

03.xx.xx

xxxxxxx

0000

0000000

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5.4

SETUP MENU EXPLANATIONS

5.4.1

MENU 1: HOURS

1 HOURS

1.1

CLEAR

1.2

DECIMALS

1.3

FREQ MIN

With this menu item open, the following procedure will reset the running hours to 0:

1. Press PROG: PUSH CLEAR is shown in display

2. Press CLEAR: ENTER is shown in display

3. Press ENTER: CLEARED will be shown in display.

When 4.3: DISPLAY > CLEAR HRS is set to Enable, resetting the running hours can also be done in OPERATOR mode by pressing CLEAR twice

(see

Section 4.3.2: Clear running hours [»9]

).

Set the number of decimals for running hours and accumulated running hours.

Sets the frequency threshold above which running hours will be counted.

This enables filtering out low frequency disturbances.

5.4.2

MENU 2: RPM

The display update time for RPM is one second or more.

2 RPM

2.1

2.2

DECIMALS

K-FACTOR

Sets the number of decimals for engine speed.

The K-factor is used to convert the tachometer pulse signals to a an engine speed in RPM. The K-factor is based on the number of pulses generated by the tachometer per engine round .

Accuracy of the measurement system depends on the accuracy of the

K-factor.

2.3

DECIMALS K-FACTOR This setting determines the number of decimals for the K-factor ( SETUP

2.2: RPM > K-FACTOR [»14]

).

Please note that this parameter influences the accuracy of the K-factor indirectly. This setting has NO influence on the displayed number of digits for RPM ( SETUP

2.1: RPM > DECIMALS [»14]

).

2.4

CALCULATION

2.5

CUT-OFF

The engine speed is calculated by measuring the time passed while counting a set number of pulses. The more pulses counted, the more accurate the displayed RPM will be, but the update period will become longer. The maximum number of pulses to be counted for a calculation is 255.

The lower the number of pulses, the higher the power consumption of the F093-P will be (important for battery powered applications).

For low frequency applications (below 10 Hz), do not program more than 10 pulses, to prevent a very slow update time. For high‑frequency applications (above 1 kHz), enter a value of 100 pulses or more.

Sets a minimum threshold for the engine speed to be displayed. If during the set time less than the number of pulses set at SETUP

2.4: RPM >

CALCULATION [»14]

are detected, the RPM will be displayed as zero.

The cut-off time has to be entered in seconds. The maximum time is 999 seconds (approximately 16.5 minutes).

5.4.3

MENU 3: ALARM

3 ALARM

3.1

ALARM Determines if the alarm system is active. Please note that individual alarms can also be activated independent of each other.

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3.2

3.3

3.4

ALARM

RPM ZERO

ALARM LOW

ALARM HIGH

When the sensor signal is zero, the monitoring can be ignored or disabled. Select the desired action when the signal becomes zero:

● Default : the alarm output is switched, and the alarm is indicated on the display.

No relay : the alarm output is not switched, but the alarm is indicated on the display.

Ignore : the alarm output is not switched, and no alarm is indicated on the display.

Sets the low alarm threshold. An alarm is generated as long as the RPM is lower than this setting. The function is disabled by entering 0.0.

Sets the high alarm threshold. An alarm is generated as long as the

RPM is higher than this setting. The function is disabled by entering 0.0.

3.5

DELAY ALARM LOW An alarm generated by 3.3: ALARM > ALARM LOW can be ignored during Xtime period. If the RPM is still below the Alarm Low level after this delay time, an alarm is generated.

3.6

DELAY ALARM HIGH An alarm generated by 3.4: ALARM > ALARM HIGH can be ignored during Xtime period. If the RPM is still above the Alarm High level after this delay time, an alarm is generated.

3.7

ALARM HR Sets the running hours alarm threshold. An alarm is generated when the running hours pass the threshold.

Selecting 0.0 disables this alarm.

3.8

ALARM OUTPUT One output is available to transmit the alarm condition. With this setting the type of alarm to be transmitted can be set: low speed alarms, high speed alarms, both speed alarms, running hours alarm or no alarm at all.

5.4.4

MENU 4: DISPLAY

4 DISPLAY

4.1

FUNCTION

4.2

DISPLAY

4.3

CLEAR HRS

4.4

SET ALARM

4.5

ACC HRS

4.6

BACKLIGHT

Determines which information is shown with the 17mm large digits on the main screen: running hours and/or engine speed (RPM).

With running hours selected, both running hours and RPM are displayed.

With RPM selected, engine speed is shown and running hours will be shown after pressing SELECT.

Sets display functionality.

With ALL selected, RPM and running hours are shown simultaneously.

With TOGGLE selected, RPM and running hours will be shown alternating every 3 seconds

With HAND selected, the display can be set manually.

Enables or disables resetting the running hours from OPERATOR level

(see

Section 4.3.2: Clear running hours [»9]

).

When disabled, running hours can still be reset from 1.1: HOURS > CLEAR .

Determines if the alarm threshold values can be set both at the Operator level (see

Section 4.4: Setting alarm thresholds [»10] ) and the SETUP

level (see SETUP 3: ALARM ), or at the SETUP level only.

If SETUP is selected, the alarm values are still shown for the Operator but cannot be changed. If Hidden is selected, the alarm values are not shown.

Sets the possibility to show accumulated running hours in OPERATOR

mode (see Section 4.3.3: Accumulated running hours [»9] ).

Display backlight is only available with Type ZB. The following functions will affect this optional backlight.

With this setting, the optional backlight can be turned on or off.

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4.7

BACKLIGHT ALARM If the F093-P generates an alarm, the backlight can be set to change to red. The following settings are available:

OFF : during an alarm the color is white.

ON : during an alarm the color is red.

● FLASH : during an alarm the color flashes red.

4.8

BACKLIGHT

BRIGHTNESS

Backlight brightness can be adjusted with this setting. A value from 1 to

5 can be selected, where 1 is minimum, and 5 maximum brightness.

5.4.5

MENU 5: POWER MANAGEMENT

5 POWER MANAGEMENT

5.1

LCD UPDATE Sets the LCD display refresh rate. The following can be selected:

5.2

BATTERY MODE fast - 1 sec - 3 sec - 15 sec - 30 sec - off

When a key is pressed, the display refresh rate will switch to ‘fast’ for 30 seconds. After this the refresh rate will return to the set update rate.

Please note that no information will be lost at low refresh rates: all sensor input will be processed in the background.

Calculating the display information significantly affects the power consumption. When the application does not require a fast display refresh rate, it is strongly advised to select a slow rate.

Indication of expected battery life:

● 5.1: POWER MANAGEMENT > LCD UPDATE set to fast: 2 years

● 5.1: POWER MANAGEMENT > LCD UPDATE set to 1sec: 5 years.

The F093-P has two main modes: operational and shelf mode. In shelf mode the product can be stored for several years with extremely low power consumption from the battery. All settings and totals are maintained in memory.

To wake up the F093 from shelf mode, simply press the ▲ key twice.

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MENU 6: SENSOR

6

6.1

SENSOR

SIGNAL

TYPE OF SIGNAL

NPN

NPN - LP

REED

REED - LP

PNP

PNP - LP

NAMUR

COIL HI

Type ZF

Type ZG

Selects the type of input sensor pickup / signal. The F093-P can process several types of input signal. The settings with LP are used to apply a built-in low-pass filter.

TACHOMETER SELECTION CHARACTERISTICS

EXPLANATION RESISTANCE FREQ / mV pp REMARKS

NPN input

NPN input with low pass filter

100 kΩ pull-up

100 kΩ pull-up max. 6 kHz threshold 1.2 V max. 1.2 kHz threshold 1.2 V

Open collector

Open collector less sensitive

Reed-switch input

Reed-switch input with low pass filter

PNP input

1 MΩ pull-up

1 MΩ pull-up

47 kΩ pull-down max. 600 Hz threshold 1.2 V max. 120 Hz threshold 1.2 V max. 6 kHz threshold 1.2 V

Less sensitive

PNP input with low pass filter

100 kΩ pull-down max. 1.2 kHz threshold 1.2 V

Less sensitive

NAMUR input 820 Ω pull-down max. 4 kHz

External power required

Coil input high sensitivity

min. 20 mV pp min. 10 mV pp min. 5 mV pp

Sensitive for interference

COIL LO

ACTIVE

Coil input low sensitivity

Active pulse input detection level

1.2 V DC

-

47 kΩ min. 90 mV pp max. 10 kHz

Normal sensitivity

External power required

5.4.7

MENU 7: OTHERS

7 OTHERS

7.1

TYPE / MODEL

7.2

SOFTWARE VERSION

7.3

SERIAL NUMBER

7.4

PASS CODE

Provides important information on your product. This information may be required for maintenance or support.

7.5

TAG NUMBER

All SETUP values can be password protected.

A four-digit password can be programmed, for example 1234.

To disable password protection, enter four zeros (0000).

For identification of the F093 and communication purposes, a unique tag number of maximum seven digits can be entered.

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6 INSTALLATION

● Mounting, electrical installation, start-up and maintenance of this instrument may only be carried out by trained personnel authorized by the operator of the facility. Personnel must read and understand this Operating Manual before carrying out its instructions.

● The F093-P may only be operated by personnel who are authorized and trained by the operator of the facility. All instructions in this manual are to be observed.

● Ensure that 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 personnel.

● Take careful notice of

Section 2: Safety [»5]

.

6.1

INSTALLATION / ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

The F-Series can be supplied for use in Safe Areas or for Hazardous Locations. This is indicated in the model code by the Type X- designator, shown on the label.

Type XX

Type XI

Type XF

Suitable for Safe Area applications only. Follow the mechanical and electrical installation instructions in this chapter.

Suitable for intrinsically safe applications in Hazardous Locations. Follow the General mechanical and electrical installation instructions in this chapter, and the specific instructions in

Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37]

. In case of conflict,

Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37] has precedence over

Section 6:

Installation [»18]

.

Suitable for explosion proof/flame proof applications in Hazardous Locations. Follow the instructions in this chapter and the installation instructions supplied separately.

Take the relevant IP classification of the enclosure into account (see identification plate). Even an enclosure rated for IP67 / NEMA Type 4X should

NEVER be exposed to strongly varying (weather) conditions.

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

Mount the F093-P onto a solid structure to avoid vibrations.

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

Relative humidity

Outdoor use

< 90% RH

Suitable for outdoor use

IP and NEMA rating Panel mount: IP65. Field mount: IP67. NEMA Type 4X

Supply voltage fluctuation

Means of protection

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

Intrinsically safe

Ordinary locations

IS

Class I (PE connected to metal enclosure)

Class II (non-metallic enclosure)

Over-voltage category II (when supplied from mains)

Pollution degree 2 (internal environment), 3 (external environment)

Ambient

Altitude

Intrinsically safe

For EPL Da

Ordinary locations up to 2000 meters (6600 feet)

-40 °C to +70 °C, -40 °F to +158 °F

-40 °C to +50 °C, -40 °F to +122 °F

-40 °C to +80 °C, -40 °F to +176 °F

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HANDLING THE F093-P ENCLOSURE

6.2.1

IDENTIFICATION

The F-Series can be supplied as suitable for Safe Area or Hazardous Area. Suitability for

Intrinsic Safety is indicated in the model Type XI.

Refer to Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37]

for identification and installation labels for Intrinsically Safe applications.

Your product is supplied with external (top) and internal (back) labels, except panel mount versions

(Type HB or HC) which do not have a top label.

Identification label

To identify your F0-Series device, all field mount enclosures have a weatherproof identification label placed on the outside of the product.

Fig. 8: Example of F0-Series identification label (Safe Area)

Installation label

An installation label is located at the inside of the enclosure (Type HB or HC: backside).

Fig. 9: Example of F0-Series installation label (Safe Area – Type PX or PD)

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Fig. 10: Example of F0-Series installation label (Safe Area - Type PM or PF)

Serial number and year of production

The serial number can be reviewed on the identification label, the installation label, or in SETUP 7.3: OTHERS > SERIAL NUMBER . The production date is shown on the label and also indicated by the first 4 digits of the serial number representing year and week number (YYWW).

6.2.2

OPENING, ASSEMBLING AND CLOSING THE F-SERIES

Panel mount versions (Type HB or HC) do not have a back cover. When removed from their mounting panel the connectors are readily accessible.

Opening the unit

To open the F-Series enclosure, the front cover needs to be removed. Please follow this procedure.

1. If necessary, clean the enclosure with an anti-static cloth made damp with a mild soap solution. Wait for the enclosure to dry before opening.

2. While loosening the screws, hold on to the front cover to prevent it from falling down.

3. Unscrew all 4 screws from the front of the enclosure and (if present) mind that the serrated washers are kept with the screws.

4. Carefully take the front cover away from the rear cover, minding that the wiring stays intact.

5. Depending on the work to be done, all terminal connectors can be removed from their mating parts and the front cover is now completely separate.

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Closing / replacing the cover

1. Re-insert all terminals to their original position.

2. Carefully position the front cover onto the back cover, making sure that the gasket falls nicely into the gutter of the back cover.

3. Place all 4 screws into the front cover and mind that the serrated washers are replaced (metal enclosure only).

4. Fasten all 4 screws in an alternating way so that the front cover is placed evenly across the edge of the back cover.

5. Tighten the 4 screws with the torque value for the type of enclosure as specified in following table

Plastic enclosure 1 Nm

Aluminum enclosure 1 Nm

Stainless steel enclosure 2 Nm

6. The F-Series is now ready to be returned to service.

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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION

6.3.1

MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS

Aluminum and stainless steel enclosures

Note: _B_ type enclosure (extended back) not available under CSA or FM certification for intrinsically safe installation

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130 mm (5.12")

30mm 30mm

PG9

M20 x 1,5

HA

30mm 30mm

M16 x 1,5

M20 x 1,5

PG9

M16 x 1,5

HM, HSM

75 mm (2.95") 90 mm (3.54")

12mm 12mm

24mm 24mm

36mm

HP

36mm

6 x M12

1/2"NPT

HT

0.12" 0.12"

112 mm (4.40")

30 mm 30 mm

M16 x 1,5 M16 x 1,5

M20 x 1,5

HBM

25 mm 25 mm

M20 x 1,5

M20 x 1,5

HBO

1.18" 1.18"

1 / "NPT

1 /

2

"NPT 1 / "NPT

HBU

M20 x 1,5

HN

25mm 25mm

3x 1/2"NPT

HU, HSU

23 15 15

M20 x 1,5 M20 x 1,5

29.1 mm (1.15”) mm

4x M20 x 1,5

HV

23

HZ

115 mm (4.53”)

HB, HSB

31 mm

(1.22”)

Fig. 11: Dimensions - Aluminum and Stainless Steel enclosures

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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 24mm

36mm 36mm

0.12” 0.12”

D=12mm

HJ

3x D=22mm (0.866”)

115 mm (4.53”)

HC

31 mm

(1.22”)

Fig. 12: Dimensions – Non-metallic enclosures

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6.3.2

MOUNTING THE F-SERIES

The enclosure can be installed by itself or with the aid of a mounting plate in the configurations shown below. When the product is installed on a wall or onto a meter, please use components and installation techniques that are suitable for the used materials.

When using the mounting plate, please follow the instructions that came with the accessories.

Alternatively, the product can be panel mounted by using only the front cover.

Wall mount by using the holes on the outside of the back cover

Wall mount by using the mounting plate

(accessory)

Meter mount by using one of the openings in the bottom of the back cover

Pipe mount by using the mounting plate with bracket and hose clamps (accessory)

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Panel mount by using only the front cover

Fig. 13: Installation – mounting configurations

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6.4

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Hazardous area installations

The following chapter gives general information regarding the electrical installation of the

F093-P.

Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37] gives additional specific information

regarding intrinsically safe installation and has priority over the information given in this chapter. Only F-Series with Type XI are fit for use in Hazardous Areas.

● Do not combine metal front covers with non-metallic rear covers, vice versa and / or cable glands. A metal cover on a non-metallic rear cover could lead to ESD. A metal cable gland in a non-metallic enclosure could invalidate isolation.

● The installation must comply with (inter)national requirements and local ordinances.

○ Within the EU and the UK, all installations must comply with national regulations.

○ Within Canada all field wiring must conform to Section 18-156 of the Canadian Electrical

Code for installations within Canada.

○ Within the United States all field wiring must conform to the National Electric Code, NFPA

70, Article 501-4(b).

● Electro static discharge can inflict irreparable damage to electronics! Before installing or opening the product, always first discharge yourself by touching a well-grounded object.

● For reasons of ESD and safety, always ground the metal enclosure properly as indicated, especially if your F-Series has been supplied with the 115-230V AC power-supply type PM or relays type OR. 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.

6.4.1

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

First consult the table with limiting environmental conditions and safety parameters in Installation / environmental conditions.

General remarks

● Please note that the F093-P that came with a power module type PM will carry 110V-230V AC when installed. In addition, units supplied with Type OR have relays which can handle voltages up to 230V AC. Units carrying dangerous voltages shall be connected to the Protective Earth

(PE). Please check

Section 6.4.2: Protective earth (PE) connections [»25] .

● The wire screens (shield) are meant to prevent electromagnetic interference and shall be 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 F093-P, 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 insulate the wire screen with a shrink tube at the F093-P side.

● Ensure a reliable ground connection for both the sensor, and if applicable, for the metal enclosure.

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

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

● Close off unused cable entries: ensure that you fit IP67 / TYPE 4(X) plugs to maintain rating.

6.4.2

PROTECTIVE EARTH (PE) CONNECTIONS

Inside the product, 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 equipment damage

Be very careful when connecting the common ground of the system to Protective Earth (PE).

Connecting the common ground to Protective Earth (PE) (especially when multiple power supplies are connected) can cause ground loop currents that could damage the equipment.

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Connecting Protective Earth to a non-metallic enclosure

When the F093-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 F093-P is panel mounted, the installation class and protective earth requirements depend on the panel or type of cabinet.

Connecting Protective Earth to a metal enclosure

When the F093-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.

Serrated washer ensures PE connection.

Field mount Panel mount (back side)

Fig. 14: Protective Earth (PE) connections on metal enclosure

Front cover.

6.4.3

FIELD WIRING CONNECTIONS

● Do ground the aluminum / stainless steel enclosure properly with a PE wire as indicated to the

Protective Earth terminal. It is the responsibility of the installer to install, connect and test the

Protective Earth connections in accordance with the local and (inter)national Rules and

Regulations.

● When a power supply is connected to the field wiring connections, please also consider the demands for power supply wiring shown in

Section 6.4.4: Power supply [»27] .

● The installation must comply with (inter)national requirements and local ordinances.

○ Within the Europe Union and the UK, all installations must comply with national regulations.

○ Within Canada all field wiring must conform to Section 18-156 of the Canadian Electrical

Code for installations within Canada.

○ Within the United States all field wiring must conform to the National Electric Code, NFPA

70, Article 501-4(b).

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All field wiring enters the F093-P through the bottom of the enclosure and connects to the circuit assembly inside the enclosure. Wiring is routed through cable glands. Please make sure to order the

F093-P with the correct drilling pattern and thread (metal) or hole (plastic) sizes.

The wire screens (shield) are meant to prevent electromagnetic interference and shall be terminated at one side to prevent ground loops. Connection of the screen can either be made to the common ground terminal or at the sensor itself, whichever is appropriate to the application.

Inside of the F093-P, the various common ground terminals are connected to each other. It is advised to terminate the wire screens in the vicinity of the sensor and to insulate the wire screen with a shrink tube at the F093-P side.

6.4.4

POWER SUPPLY

When not directly supplied from mains (type PM), the external power supply must be an approved ELV source, insulated from AC mains by double / reinforced insulation per CSA

C22.2 No. 61010-1 / UL61010-1 / EN-IEC 61010-1.

The F093-P can be powered from an external power supply. For Type PX or PD, an optional internal power supply is also available in the form of a lithium battery (Type PB). When both external and internal power supplies are available, the internal power supply is interrupted and will act as a backup supply. Note that the optional backlight (Type ZB) requires an external power supply.

Type PX (8-30V DC) or PD (16-30 V DC)

All F093‘s are supplied with two terminals to power the product externally. With Type PX, a supply of

0.3W is required. Type PD offers an additional power output to supply the tachometer and requires

1W.

Type PB - battery

Additional to the Types described above, Type PB offers an internal lithium primary battery, which powers the F093 when no external supply is available.

Type PF (24 V) or PM (mains)

When the F-Series is supplied with Type PF, a power supply of 24V AC/DC, 15W is required. When

Type PM is supplied, mains power of 115 – 230 V AC, 15W is required.

6.4.5

SENSOR SUPPLY

Type PB / PX – Terminal 3: limited sensor supply

With Type PB or PX, only a limited sensor power supply is available. The supply at terminal 3 is fixed to 1.2V DC for coil type sensors and 3.2V DC for all other types of sensors (set by firmware).

Limited power

With Type PB, PC or PX this terminal MAY NOT be used to power the tachometer electronics, converters, etc. as it will not provide adequate sustained power! All energy used by the sensor will directly influence battery life (Type PB/PC). It is strongly advised to use a “zero power” pickup such as a coil or reed-switch when operating without external power. You can use some low power NPN or PNP output signals, but battery life will be significantly reduced (consult your distributor).

Type PD – Terminal 6: sensor supply 8.2V

With Type PD, a power supply (8.2V, max. 5mA) for the sensor is available at terminal 6.

Please note that the limited sensor supply at terminal 3 is maintained with Type PD.

Type PF/PM – Terminal 7: sensor supply 8.2 V, 12 V or 24 V.

Type PM: HIGH VOLTAGE 400V

Be sure that all the leads to the terminals are disconnected from the F093-P when the internal plastic protection cover has been removed.

Additional to the limited sensor supply on terminal 3 as described above, types PF and PM offer a full power supply for the sensor of 8.2V, 12V or 24V DC (max. 400mA@24V). The voltage is selected with the three switches inside the F093-P.

To gain access to the switches, first remove the terminal strip(s) after which the internal plastic cover can be removed. The switches are located on the right hand side as indicated.

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Fig. 15: Jumper positions sensor supply voltage selection (Type PF or PM)

External sensor supply voltage

1.2 / 3.2V DC

8.2V DC

12V DC

24V DC on off off off

J1 on on

Jumper setting

J2 on off on on off off

J3

6.5

TERMINAL CONNECTORS SAFE AREA APPLICATIONS - TYPE PX, PD

Hazardous area installations

The following chapter gives general information regarding the electrical installation of the

F093-P.

Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37] gives additional specific information

regarding intrinsically safe installation and has priority over the information given in this chapter. Only F-Series with Type XI are fit for use in Hazardous Areas.

Take notice of all safety and precautionary measures indicated in

Section 6.4: Electrical installation [»25] and review

Section 6.4.3: Field wiring connections [»26]

and Section 6.4.4: Power supply [»27]

before applying any field or power supply wiring.

The following terminal connectors are available on the F093-P when supplied with Type PX or PD.

SENSOR

SIGNAL INPUT

POWER SUPPLY

SENSOR

SUPPLY

ALARM

OUT

POWER SUPPLY

BACKLIGHT

1 2 3 4 5 6

PD 16-30 V DC

PD

8.2

V DC

7 8 9 10

ZB 20-30 V DC

S R

Fig. 16: Overview of terminal connectors - Type PX or PD

6.5.1

TERMINALS 1-3 (6): TACHOMETER INPUT

Three basic types of tachometer signals can be connected to the F093-P: pulse, active pulse or coil.

The screen of the signal wire can be connected to the common ground terminal (see

Section 6.4.3:

Field wiring connections [»26] ).

The input signal type has to be selected with the correct SETUP-function ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR >

SIGNAL [»17]

).

To configure the sensor supply, see Section 6.4.5: Sensor supply [»27]

for details.

Coil

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with a coil output signal. Two sensitivity levels can be selected with the SETUP-function ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17]

):

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● COIL LO: sensitivity from about 90mV p-p

● COIL HI: sensitivity from about 20mV p-p

With Type ZF or ZG still higher sensitivities are available:

● Type ZF: COIL HI sensitivity from about 10mV p-p

● Type ZG: COIL HI sensitivity from about 5mV p-p.

Vref 1.2 V DC

3 Coil

2 Coil

1 Shield

Common ground unit

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Fig. 17: Terminals 1 - 3: Coil signal input

NPN

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with an NPN output signal. For reliable pulse detection, the pulse amplitude has to go below 1.2V. Signal setting NPN-LP employs a low-pass signal noise filter, which limits the maximum input frequency ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17] ).

Selectable low-pass filter

+ 3.2 V DC

100 kΩ

2 Signal

Shield

NPN

1 GND

Common ground unit

Fig. 18: Terminals 1 - 2: NPN signal input

PNP

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with a PNP output signal. Terminal 3 offers 3.2V

which has to be switched by the sensor to terminal 2 (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 ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17] ).

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With Type PD a sensor supply voltage of 8.1V DC can be taken from terminal 6.

6 Type PD: 8.1 V DC

F093-P

Selectable low-pass filter

3 +3.2 V DC

2 Signal

1 Shield

PNP

Resistance value: see signal selection table

Common ground unit

Fig. 19: Terminals 1 - 3 (6): PNP signal input

Active signal

The F093-P is suitable for tachometers with an Active signal output. With an input impedance of

47kΩ, the detection level is about 1.2V. See SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17] for more information.

Active signal selection is often used in combination with the sensor supply output offered with type

PD.

6 Type PD sensor supply +8.1 V DC

47 kΩ

Common ground unit

2 Signal

1 GND

Shield

Sensor

Fig. 20: Terminals 1 - 2 and 6: Active signal

Reed switch

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with a reed switch. To avoid pulse bounce from the switch, it is advised to activate a low-pass filter by selecting REED LP (see SETUP

6.1: SENSOR >

SIGNAL [»17]

).

Selectable low-pass filter

+ 3.2 V DC

1 MΩ

2 Signal

1 GND

Shield

Reed switch

Common ground unit

Fig. 21: Terminals 1 - 2: Reed switch signal

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NAMUR signal

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with NAMUR signal. The F093-P with Type PD can offer a sensor supply voltage of 8.2V at terminal 6.

6 Type PD sensor supply +8.1 V DC

NAMUR

2 Signal

Shield

820 Ω

Common ground unit

1 GND

Fig. 22: Terminals 1 - 2 (6): Namur signal

6.5.2

TERMINALS 4-5: POWER SUPPLY - TYPE PX AND PD

To power the F093-P a 8-30V DC (type PX) or 16-30V DC (type PD) power supply can be applied.

Connect the "-" to terminal 4 and the "+" to terminal 5.

5

PX 8 - 30 V DC

PD 16 - 30 V DC

4

Common ground unit

Fig. 23: Terminals 4 - 5: Power supply

Optional battery – Type PB

With Type PB your product is equipped with a long-life Lithium primary battery. The battery will power the F093 when external power is not available.

6.5.3

TERMINAL 6: SENSOR POWER SUPPLY - TYPE PD

With Type PD, a power supply (8.2V, max. 5mA) for the sensor is available at terminal 6.

Please note that the limited sensor supply at terminal 3 is maintained with Type PD.

6.5.4

TERMINALS 7-8: ALARM OUTPUT - TYPE OT

With 3.8: ALARM > ALARM OUTPUT the function of this output is set. A passive transistor output is available with this option. Max driving capacity 300mA@50V DC.

8 R

Max

50 V DC @ 300 mA

Device

7 R

Common ground unit

Fig. 24: Terminals 7-8: Passive transistor output - Type OT

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6.5.5

TERMINALS 9-10: BACKLIGHT POWER SUPPLY - TYPE ZB

To power the optional backlight, a voltage from 20 to 30 V must be connected to the display. The maximum current will be 30mA. Connect the “-“ to terminal 9 and the “+“ to terminal 10.

20 - 30 V DC 10

9

Fig. 25: Terminals 9-10: Backlight power - Type ZB

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6.6

TERMINAL CONNECTORS SAFE AREA APPLICATIONS - TYPE PF, PM

Hazardous area installations

This chapter applies to electrical installation of the F093-P with Type PM or PF. These Types are not fit for use in Hazardous Areas!

Section 7: Intrinsically safe applications [»37]

gives specific information regarding intrinsically safe installation. Only F-Series with Type XI are fit for use in Hazardous Areas.

Take notice of all safety and precautionary measures indicated in

Section 6.4: Electrical installation [»25] and review

Section 6.4.3: Field wiring connections [»26]

and Section 6.4.4: Power supply [»27]

before applying any field or power supply wiring.

The following terminal connectors are available on the F093-P when supplied with Type PF or PM.

POWER SUPPLY ALARM OUT

SENSOR

SIGNAL INPUT

SENSOR

SUPPLY

GND 1

PF 24 V DC

2 3 4

R R

5 6 7

8.2, 12 or

24 V DC

S

PF 24 V AC

PM 115-230 V AC

L N

Fig. 26: Overview of terminal connectors - Type PF or PM

6.6.1

TERMINALS GND-1-2: POWER SUPPLY

To power the F093-P with a power supply option of type PF or type PM, connect a suitable power supply to the terminals as indicated in below table.

Note: NC is not connected .

Power supply type

Type PF

Type PM

Power rating

24V AC (±10%)

24V DC (±10%)

115 - 230V AC (±10%)

GND

NC

NC

Terminal

1

(int. fused)

AC1

+

Mains (L)

2

AC2

NC

Mains (N)

The total consumption of the sensor, transistor output (Type OA) and backlight (Type ZB) may not exceed 400 mA @ 24 V DC.

Risk of equipment damage

Be very careful when connecting the common ground of the system to Protective Earth (PE).

Connecting the common ground to Protective Earth (PE) (especially when multiple power supplies are connected) can cause ground loop currents that could damage the equipment.

6.6.2

TERMINALS 3-4: ALARM OUTPUT

With 3.8: ALARM > ALARM OUTPUT the function of this output is set.

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Type OT

A passive output transistor is available with this option. Max. driving capacity is 300 mA @ 50 V DC.

4 R

Max

50 V DC @ 300 mA

Device

3 R

Common ground unit

Fig. 27: Terminals 3-4: Passive transistor output (type OT)

Type OA

An active transistor output is available with this option. Max. driving capacity is 400 mA @ 24 V DC.

4 R

3 GND

24 V DC

Device

Common ground unit

Fig. 28: Terminals 3-4: Active transistor output (type OA)

Type OR

One mechanical normally open relay with a maximum pulse frequency of 0.5 Hz is available with this option. Max. switching capacity is 30V DC or 240 V AC @ 0.5 A.

4 R

3 R

Device

Max

240 V AC @ 0.5 A

Fig. 29: Terminals 3-4: Mechanical relay output (type OR)

6.6.3

TERMINALS 5-7: TACHOMETER INPUT

Three basic types of tachometer signals can be connected to the F093-P: pulse, active pulse or coil.

The screen of the signal wire can be connected to the common ground terminal (see

Section 6.4.3:

Field wiring connections [»26] ).

The input signal type has to be selected with the correct SETUP-function ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR >

SIGNAL [»17]

).

To configure the sensor supply, see Section 6.4.5: Sensor supply [»27]

for details.

Coil

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with a coil output signal. Two sensitivity levels can be selected with the SETUP-function ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17]

):

● COIL LO: sensitivity from about 90 mV p-p

● COIL HI: sensitivity from about 20 mV p-p

With Type ZF or ZF still higher sensitivities are available:

● Type ZF: COIL HI sensitivity from about 10 mV p-p

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● Type ZG: COIL HI sensitivity from about 5 mV p-p.

Selectable sensitivity

Vref 1.2 V DC

7 Sensor supply

6 Signal

5 GND

Common ground unit

Shield

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Coil

Fig. 30: Terminals 5 - 7: Coil signal input

NPN

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with an NPN output signal. For reliable pulse detection, the pulse amplitude has to go below 1.2 V. Signal setting NPN-LP employs a low-pass signal noise filter, which limits the maximum input frequency ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17] ).

Selectable low-pass filter

+ 3.2 V DC

100 kΩ

6 Signal

5 GND

Shield

NPN

Common ground unit

Fig. 31: Terminals 5 - 6: NPN signal input

PNP

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with a PNP output signal. For a reliable pulse detection, the pulse amplitude has to go above 1.2 V. Signal setting PNP-LP employs a low-pass signal noise filter, which limits the maximum input frequency ( SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17] ).

A sensor supply voltage can be taken from terminal 7.

7 Sensor supply

Selectable low-pass filter

PNP

Resistance value: see signal selection table

Common ground unit

6 Signal

5 GND

Shield

Fig. 32: Terminals 5 -7: PNP signal input

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Active signal

The F093-P is suitable for tachometers with an Active signal output. With an input impedance of

47kΩ, the detection level is about 1.2V. See SETUP

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL [»17] for more information.

Active signal selection is often used in combination with the sensor supply output offered with type

PM and type PF.

7 Sensor supply

47 kΩ

Common ground unit

6 Signal

5 GND

Shield

Sensor

Fig. 33: Terminals 5 - 7: Active signal

Reed switch

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with a reed switch. To avoid pulse bounce from the switch, it is advised to activate the low-pass filter by selecting REED LP (see SETUP

6.1: SENSOR >

SIGNAL [»17]

).

Selectable low-pass filter

+ 3.2 V DC

1 MΩ

6 Signal

5 GND

Shield Reed switch

Common ground unit

Fig. 34: Terminals 5 - 6: Reed switch signal

NAMUR signal

The F093-P is suitable for use with tachometers with NAMUR signal. Terminal 7 provides a selectable sensor supply (

Section 6.4.5: Sensor supply [»27] ).

7 Sensor supply

6 Signal

NAMUR

Shield

Common ground unit

820 Ω

5 GND

Fig. 35: Terminals 5 -7: Namur signal

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7 INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPLICATIONS

7.1

IDENTIFICATION

The F093-P can be supplied as suitable for Safe Area or Hazardous Area. Suitability for

Intrinsic Safety is indicated in the model Type XI.

If Type XI is not indicated your unit is not suitable for Intrinsically Safe applications!

Identification label

To identify your F0-Series device, all field mount enclosures have a waterproof identification label placed on the outside of the product.

Fig. 36: Example of identification label (Intrinsically Safe)

Installation label

An installation label is located at the inside of the enclosure (Type HB or HC: backside).

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION IN HAZARDOUS AREAS

Section 6.4: Electrical installation [»25]

shows general information regarding the electrical installation of your F093-P. The following sections give additional specific information regarding

Intrinsically Safe installation, and overrules information given in other sections.

● Mounting, electrical installation, start-up and maintenance of this instrument may only be carried out by trained personnel authorized by the operator of the facility. Personnel must read and understand this Operating Manual before carrying out its instructions.

● The F093-P may only be operated by personnel who are authorized and trained by the operator of the facility. All instructions in this manual are to be observed.

● Ensure that 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 personnel.

● To maintain the degree of protection of at least IP65 in accordance with IEC 60529, suitable cable entries and blanking elements must be used and correctly installed.

● Take careful notice of the

Section 2: Safety [»5]

chapter at the front of this manual.

● When installing this device in hazardous areas, the wiring and installation must comply with the appropriate installation standards for your industry.

● For the combined connection of the different supply, input and output circuits, the instructions of this manual must be observed.

● Do not combine metal front covers with non-metallic rear covers, vice versa and / or cable glands. A metal cover on a non-metallic rear cover could lead to ESD. A metal cable gland in a non-metallic enclosure could invalidate isolation.

● Precautions shall be taken to avoid the risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD) and propagating brush discharges.

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

Section 6.4.2: Protective earth (PE) connections [»25]

.

● For enclosures and windows with high electrical surface resistance, potential charging hazard exists. Do not rub these surfaces! Clean window and enclosure with a lint-free cleaning cloth, made damp with a mild soap solution.

● Certificates and related documents are available on our website or from your distributor.

● Carefully study the configuration examples with wiring diagrams per classification in the following paragraphs.

7.2.1

INSTALLATIONS BASED ON FM OR CSA CERTIFICATE

Installation instructions

● For installation in the US: this Intrinsically Safe device must be installed in accordance with the

National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, Article 504 and ANSI/ISA-RP 12.6 and product certificate

FM16US0177X or CSA.08.2059461.

● For installation in Canada: this Intrinsically Safe device must be installed in accordance with the

Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 Appendix F and product certificate CSA.08.2059461.

Covered markings

● Intrinsically Safe for Class I/II/III, Division 1, Groups A,B,C,D,E,F,G, Temperature class T4

● Class I, Zone 0, AEX ia IIC T4

Safety instructions

● Please consult

Section 7.2.2: Electrical data - Control drawing [»39] for this F0-Series model on

the following page.

● Read

Section 8.3: Battery replacement [»46] for battery replacement instructions.

Specific conditions of use

● When the enclosure of the indicator is made of aluminum alloy, when used in a potentially explosive atmosphere requiring apparatus of equipment protection level Ga, the indicator shall be installed so, 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.

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7.2.2

ELECTRICAL DATA - CONTROL DRAWING

Con trol Dr aw ing F 0xx -P-XI

Ce t a ion F0-SERIES – Type -XI

Ce tif t

Intr i y afe for Class I/II/III, Division 1

Grou C D E as T

Class I, Z n a IC T4

1 c mm

2 3

T RMINAL CONNE CTORS F0 -S ERIE S

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Intr i y afe for Cla s I/ II/III, Division 1

Grou C D E as T

Class I, Z n a IC T4 ti nal hazardous loc t n p a io ratus ti nal hazardous loc ti n p a o ratus

HAZARDOUS AREA

S AFE AREA

Con rol drawin g number:

Revis : .1

FWCD-0003

Date: May 5 th , 2 1 s a pa p o e a sociat ed t s an p v d a sociat a pa ed p ratus an p v d a sociat a pa ed p ratus a sociat p a p o e ed ra us

● The installation must co pl w n o l r s g. in Ca na da the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1

App i F e on El tr a d 70 Article 504 and ANSI/ISA -RP 12.6).

s a p o e a sociat p ed ra us

● Wa g bs itu ion f c mp nen may m air intr ns c af

● Fo c c its c ne ted t in l d 3, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 9 and 10, t e o tput a et barriers (up to 4) or az rdou o p tu m s e the ll ing equirements:

Voc

Isc

P ma x

Ca

La

The lowest Vmax of the CSA pr e p

The owes Im x f FM Appr e ra h c cu it

The lowest Pmax of the CSA pr e p tu i h ci cui t

Th u e a c n a h n nal ca ac tance Ci of each CSA / FM

App e pp atu in ta le i e ir it

The sum of the cabl in uc n e a nd th n rn

App e pp atu in ta le i e ir it tu i c n h ci cui

L f t

M d

● For the cir u ts on ec d e n s d 3, 4 and 6, 7 and 8, 11 and 2, e p a et ha d s oc io ap aratu us e t th o ow r n

V ma x

P

Ci

Li ma x

≤ o c d

Th c u

Th u

Th u

Th i n e b etw t a o f th

M

t s

a th e ap ci nc a th ar i h ci ui

The difference between the L e i n t in a n c nc Li o l M ro p tu i h

● Haz L ca on Ap para us – s h , erm co pl s o r n on -i u re n d v ce o FM -

Certi d a s d e c nn cte i ac ord nc wit h t he an ufactu rer ’s installation instructions.

● Th a e p am ters are et in d b t t c e s

In c s s on ec ed.

ra rp e

● O ly e i F i l e ty e F W -L at s a p c rd s a

The ty me ters for F0 -Serie s Gene ral e ica tors,

Te n s an 2 – I t Vmax

Imax

Pmax

Te n s an 2 – O t et : el

=

=

= x

30 V re a

150 mA

0.92 W ll ws

Ci

Li

Ca

La

:

=

=

=

=

0 nF

0 mH

65 μF

1 H

Te

Te n n n 3 – O t t am ers :

4 a d 5 – In ut p ra ter s – Ty e

Voc

Isc

Pmax

Voc

Isc

Pmax

Vmax

Imax

Pmax

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

5.4 V

2.4 mA

3.2 mW

5.4 V

2.1 mA

2.9 mW

30 V

Ca

La

Ci

Li

=

=

=

=

65 μF

1 H

0 nF

0 mH

Te

Te

Te n n n

4 a d 6

7 a d 8

– O tpu

– In ut p ra

9 a d 1

Terminal 1 n 2 t pa me rs npu par pu a ter et rs – Type -ZB et

– Type -PD s – Ty e

– Type -AH

Voc

Isc

Pmax

Vmax

Imax

Pmax

Vmax

Imax

Pmax

Vmax

Imax

Pmax

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

1.2 W

8.7 V

12 mA

72 mW

30 V

1.2 W

30 V

0.75 W

30 V

0.75 W

Ca

La

Ci

Li

Ci

Li

Ci

Li

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

5.9 μF

240 mH

0 nF

0 mH

0 nF

0 mH

6.1 nF

0 mH

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7.2.3

INSTALLATIONS BASED ON ATEX OR IECEX CERTIFICATE

Installation instructions

● For installation under ATEX directive: this Intrinsically Safe device must be installed in accordance with ATEX directive 2014/34/EU and product certificate KEMA 05ATEX1168 X.

● For installation under IECEx scheme: this Intrinsically Safe device must be installed in accordance with product certificate IECEx KEM 08.0006X.

Covered Ex markings

II 1 G

II 1 D

Ex ia IIC T4 Ga

Ex ia IIIC T

200

100ºC Da

Safety instructions

● When two or more active Intrinsically safe circuits are connected to the indicator, in order to prevent voltage and/or current addition, applicable to the external circuits, precautions must be taken to separate the Intrinsically safe circuits in accordance with EN 60079-11.

● For electrical data, consult Section 7.2.4: Electrical data - Annex 1 [»41]

for this F0-Series model on the following page.

● Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety.

Exchange of Intrinsically safe battery FWLiBAT-0xx with certificate number KEMA 03ATEX1071

U or IECEx KEM 08.0005U is allowed in Hazardous Area.

Read

Section 8.3: Battery replacement [»46] for battery replacement instructions.

Specific conditions of use

● When the enclosure of the indicator is made of aluminum alloy, when used in a potentially explosive atmosphere requiring apparatus of equipment category 1 G / equipment protection level Ga, the indicator shall be installed so, 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.

● For EPL Da the ambient temperature Ta shall not exceed 50 °C.

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7.2.4

ELECTRICAL DATA - ANNEX 1

to prod i ates

Annex 1 ( d s eci

KEMA 0 ATEX1168 X, IECEx KEM 08.

00 6 X .

Int

(c er

Type -PC on nal nec

Pulse supply tor)

input cir cuit

Reference output circuit

Model F0..-P-XI for use w t ified replaceable battery type FW B T-… or to another certifie o ha geable battery in type of protection intrins c Ex i IIC/IIIC, with the following maximum values:

L i

=

C i

=

0 mH

0 μF

U i

= 4 V

I i

= 50 mA

P i

= 200 mW in type of protect ion i c s ty x /III C, only for c on necti t ified intrins c y ircuit, with follow ng maximum values:

U i

= 30 V

I i

= 150 mA

P i

= 0.92 W

L i

= 0 mH

C i

= 0 nF type of maxim

U

I

P

L

C o

v o o o o i

=

=

=

=

= i trinsic safety

Ex ia IIC/IIIC, with the following

5.4 V

2.4 mA

3.2 mW

1 H

65 μF in type of protection intrinsic safety Ex i a I IC/ IIIC, with the following maxim v

U

I o o

=

=

5.4 V

2.1 mA

P o

= 2.9 mW

L o

= 1 H

C o

= 65 μF

Extern al sup ply input circuit

Type -PD, -PX in type of protection intrinsic safety Ex i a I IC/ IIIC, only for connection to a certified intrinsically saf e circuit, wit h following maximum values:

U

I i i

= 30 V

= 200 mA

P i

= 1.2 W

L i

=

C i

=

0 mH

0 nF in type of protection intrinsic safety Ex i a I IC/ IIIC, with the following maxim v

Extern al sup ply output circuit

Type -PD

(terminals 6 an d 1, 2, 7 or 8)

Pulse outp

Type -OT ut cir cuit

U

I

P o o o

=

=

=

8.7 V

12 mA

72 mW

L

C o o

= 240 mH

= 5.9 μF in type of protection intrinsic a only for c on nect ion to a certified intrinsically saf e circuit, wit h following maximum values:

U

I

P i i i

=

= 200 mA

=

30 V

1.2 W

L

C i i

=

=

0 mH

0 nF i n ty pe of protection intrinsic safety Ex i a I IC/ IIIC, only for connection to a certified intrinsically saf e circuit, wit h following maximum values:

Backlight sup ply input circuit

Type -ZB

Analog output

Type -AH

(with H RT )

U i

= 30 V

I i

= 200 mA

P i

= 0.75 W

L

C i i

=

=

0 mH

0 nF in type of protection intrinsic safety Ex i a I IC/ IIIC, only for connection to a certified intrinsically saf e circuit, wit h following maximum values:

U i

= 30 V

I i

= 100 mA

P i

= 0.75 W

L i

= 0 mH

C i

= 6.1 nF

Fr om the safety p oint of view the c rc ts

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7.2.5

POWER SUPPLY

The F093-P can be powered from an external power supply. For Types PX or PD, an optional internal power supply is also available in the form of an intrinsically safe lithium primary battery

(Type PC). When both external and internal power supplies are available, the internal power supply is interrupted and will serve as a backup supply. Note that the optional backlight (Type ZB) requires an external power supply.

Type PX (8-30V DC) or PD (16-30 V DC)

All F093‘s are supplied with two terminals to power the product externally. With Type PX, a supply of

0.3W is required. Type PD offers an additional power output to supply the tachometer and requires

1W.

Type PC - battery

Additional to the Types described above, Type PC offers an internal intrinsically safe lithium primary battery, which powers the F-Series when no external supply is available.

This ATEX / IECEx certified battery (FW-LiBAT) may be replaced in hazardous area, but only with a

new certified intrinsically safe FW-LiBAT battery ( Section 8.3: Battery replacement [»46] ).

7.2.6

SENSOR SUPPLY

For type PC / PX – Terminal 3: limited sensor supply

Products with Type PC or PX only offer a limited sensor supply. The sensor supply at terminal 3 is fixed to 1.2V DC for coil type inputs and 3.2V DC for all other types of tachometer inputs (set by firmware).

Limited power

With Type PB, PC or PX this terminal MAY NOT be used to power the tachometer electronics, converters, etc. as it will not provide adequate sustained power! All energy used by the sensor will directly influence battery life (Type PB/PC). It is strongly advised to use a “zero power” pickup such as a coil or reed-switch when operating without external power. You can use some low power NPN or PNP output signals, but battery life will be significantly reduced (consult your distributor).

Type PD – Terminal 6: sensor supply 8.2V

With Type PD, a power supply (8.2V, max. 5mA) for the sensor is available at terminal 6.

Please note that the limited sensor supply at terminal 3 is maintained with Type PD.

7.3

TERMINAL CONNECTORS HAZARDOUS AREA APPLICATIONS

Take careful notice of all safety and precautionary measures indicated in Section 7.2: Electrical installation in hazardous areas [»38]

, and review all sub-sections before applying any field or power supply wiring.

The following terminal connectors are available on the intrinsically safe F093-P Type XI.

SENSOR

SIGNAL INPUT

POWER SUPPLY

SENSOR

SUPPLY

ALARM

OUT

POWER SUPPLY

BACKLIGHT

1 2 3 4 5 6

PD 16-30 V DC

PD

8.2

V DC

7 8

S R

Fig. 38: Overview of terminal connectors -Type PX or PD

9 10

ZB 20-30 V DC

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Optional battery – Type PC

With Type PC your product is equipped with an intrinsically safe, certified long-life Lithium primary battery. The battery will power the F093 when external power is not available, and may be

exchanged in hazardous areas. For further information please see Section 8.3: Battery replacement [»46]

.

All electrical connections made to the terminals of the intrinsically safe product (Type XI) must follow the instructions and safety parameters as given in the product certificate. When installing the F093-

P-XI, use the electrical data and instructions as given in the model specific Section 7.2.2: Electrical data - Control drawing [»39] or

Section 7.2.4: Electrical data - Annex 1 [»41] and apply them to the

applicable diagrams of

Section 6.4: Electrical installation [»25]

.

7.4

CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPLICATIONS

7.4.1

F093-P-(OT)-PC-(PX)-XI-(ZB) BATTERY POWERED - EX IA IIC/IIIC

Fig. 39: F093-P-(OT)-PC-(PX)-XI-(ZB) - Ex ia IIC/IIIC - Intrinsically Safe application

Sensor supply voltage on Terminal 3: 1.2-3.2V DC.

Please note: Type PX may be used in combination with the battery (Type PC). PX will power the

F093-P, the battery will be disabled automatically until the power is disconnected

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7.4.2

F093-P-OT-PX-XI-(ZB) - EX IA IIC/IIIC

F093-P

Fig. 40: F093-P-OT-PX-XI-(ZB) - Ex ia IIC/IIIC - Intrinsically Safe application

Sensor supply voltage on Terminal 3: 1.2-3.2V DC.

Please note: Type PX may be used in combination with the battery (Type PC). PX will power the

F093-P, the battery will be disabled automatically until the power is disconnected

7.4.3

F093-P-OT-PX-XI-ZB - EX IA IIC/IIIC

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Fig. 41: F093-P-OT-PX-XI-ZB - Ex ia IIC/IIIC - Intrinsically Safe application

Please note: Type PX may be used in combination with the battery (Type PC). PX will power the

F093-P, the battery will be disabled automatically until the power is disconnected.

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8 MAINTENANCE

8.1

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

● Mounting, electrical installation, start-up and maintenance of this instrument may only be carried out by trained personnel authorized by the operator of the facility. Personnel must read and understand this Operating Manual before carrying out its instructions.

● The F093-P may only be operated by personnel who are authorized and trained by the operator of the facility. All instructions in this manual are to be observed.

● Ensure that 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 personnel.

● Take careful notice of

Section 2: Safety [»5]

.

The F093-P does not require special maintenance unless it is used in low-temperature applications or surroundings with high humidity (above 90% annual mean). It is the users responsibility to take all precautions to dehumidify the F093-P in such a way that no condensation will occur, for example by placing a dry silica gel sachet in the casing. For further instructions, please refer to the information which came with your silica gel sachet.

Check periodically

● Condition of casing, cable glands and front panel

● Input/output wiring: reliability and aging

● Process accuracy: because of wear and tear, re-calibration might be indicated

● Battery status indication (Type PB/PC)

Clean the casing with soapy water. Do not use any aggressive solvents.

Battery life

Battery life is influenced by

● Display update frequency - fast updates use significantly more power

● Low temperatures - due to battery chemistry available power will be less at low temperatures

It is strongly advised to use only necessary functions

8.2

INSTRUCTIONS FOR REPAIR

This product cannot be repaired by the user. Repairs may only be done by the manufacturer or its authorized agent.

Substitution of parts or components may impair product safety, especially Intrinsic Safety.

Repair policy

If you have any problem with your product and you wish to have it repaired, please follow the procedure below.

1. Obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) from your supplier or distributor. Together with the

RMA, you need to complete a repair form to submit detailed information about the problem.

2. Send the product, within 30 days after authorization was obtained, to the address provided with the RMA. The RMA number must be indicated on the documents accompanying your physical return.

If the product falls under the warranty conditions, the product will be repaired or exchanged and returned within three weeks. Otherwise, you will receive a repair cost estimate.

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8.3

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

8.3.1

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

● Handle the battery with the utmost care to prevent a short circuit and damage. A mistreated battery can become unsafe. Unsafe batteries can cause serious injury.

Do not recharge, crush, disassemble, incinerate, heat above its rated temperature or expose the contents to water.

● 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.

Safe area applications - Type PB

● Before replacing the battery, verify that the new battery is undamaged, in good condition and suitable for use in your product. The battery should carry the type indication StdLiBAT021. Reordering nr. is SPB02.

Uo = 3.6V / Size AA x 3

Fluidwell BV www.fluidwell.com

WARNINGS:

Consult the manual for replacement instructions.

Fire, explosion or severe burns may result if mistreated. Do not recharge, crush, disassemble, incinerate, heat above 100°C (212°F) or expose contents to water.

<DATE YYYY-MM>

Re-order no. :

SPB02

AVERTISSEMENTS :

Consulter le manuel pour connaître les consignes de remplacement.

Une mauvaise utilisation peut entraîner un incendie, une explosion ou de graves blessures.

Ne pas recharger, écraser, démonter, incinérer, chauffer à plus de 100°C (212°F) ou exposer à l'eau.

Primary Lithium Battery - Only replace with Fluidwell recommended battery pack!

Pile primaire au lithium - Remplacer uniquement par une pile recommandé par Fluidwell!

Fig. 42: Marking battery type PB: Safe area StdLiBAT-021 (SPB02)

Intrinsically safe applications - Type PC

● Only batteries of type FW-LiBAT-021 that hold the Ex marking as shown below are suitable replacements and certified for use in hazardous areas.

● Before replacing the battery in hazardous area, verify that the new battery is undamaged, in good condition and suitable for use in the unit. The battery should carry the type indication FW-

LiBAT-021. Re-ordering nr. is SPC02.

● Never use safe area batteries in hazardous area. DO NOT EXCHANGE TYPES PB AND PC.

Using the wrong type of battery can pose a SERIOUS RISK.

Uo = 3.9V

Io = 35mA

Po = 35mW

Co = 100µF

Lo = 25mH

Ta = -40°C...+70°C

Intrinsically Safe Battery - Pile à Sécurité Intrinsèque

KEMA 03ATEX1071 U

IECEx KEM 08.0005U

WARNINGS:

Consult the manual for replacement instructions. Fire, explosion or severe burns may result if mistreated. Do not recharge, crush, disassemble, incinerate, heat above 100°C (212°F) or expose contents to water.

- 0344 II 1 G

Ex ia IIC Ga

AVERTISSEMENTS :

LIB021-XI-5.3.1

Consulter le manuel pour connaître les consignes de remplacement.

Une mauvaise utilisation peut entraîner un incendie, une explosion ou de graves blessures.

Ne pas recharger, écraser, démonter, incinérer, chauffer à plus de 100 °C (212°F) ou exposer à l'eau.

Fluidwell BV Voltaweg 23, Veghel, the Netherlands - Part. no. / Référence: FW-LiBAT-021

Primary Lithium Battery - Only replace with Fluidwell I.S. battery pack!

Pile primaire au lithium - Remplacer uniquement par une pile Fluidwell à Sécurité Intrinsèque!

Fig. 43: Marking battery type PC: Intrinsically Safe FWLiBAT-021 (SPC02)

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8.3.2

BATTERY REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE

Before starting the battery replacement procedure, make sure that the marking on the new

battery corresponds with the type of installation, as shown in Section 8.3.1: Safety instructions [»46] .

When used in Intrinsically Safe applications - Type PC:

The hook-and-loop fastener that holds the battery is antistatic and thus fit for Hazardous

Area use. DO NOT REPLACE. When lost or broken, temporarily use a tie-wrap to hold the battery.

Remove the old battery as follows:

1. Open the enclosure as indicated in Section 6.2.2: Opening, assembling and closing the F-

Series [»20] and locate the battery on the inside cover.

2. Carefully disconnect the battery connector (1) from the unit.

3. Open the hook-and-loop fastener (2) without pulling it out and remove the battery (3) from its retainer (4).

4. Store the old battery in a small plastic bag (f.i. the bag the new battery came in) or use some insulating tape over the battery connector to prevent a possible short circuit.

1

2

3

4

Fig. 44: Battery replacement procedure

Install the new battery as follows:

1. Make sure the new battery is undamaged, in good condition and suitable for use in the unit.

Check that the marking on the battery correspond with the type of installation, as shown in

Section 8.3.1: Safety instructions [»46] .

2. Install the battery (3) into the retainer (4) making sure the wire (1) comes out at the correct side.

3. Close the hook-and-loop fastener (2) tightly around the battery (3) to secure it in place.

4. Carefully connect the battery connector (1) to the unit.

5. Check that the battery is installed properly by checking that the screen has come on.

6. Close the enclosure as indicated in

Section 6.2.2: Opening, assembling and closing the F-

Series [»20] .

7. If required, initialize the date and time on the unit.

8.3.3

DISPOSAL OF BATTERIES

Dispose of batteries in accordance with the (inter)national, the manufacturer’s and the plant owner’s standards and regulations.

● Batteries pose an environmental hazard.

● Do not dispose of as general waste or incinerate.

● Return used batteries to a recycling point.

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APPENDIX A - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

A.1

GENERAL

DISPLAY

Type

Digits

Dimensions

Refresh rate

Type ZB (option)

ENCLOSURES

General

High intensity reflective numeric and alphanumeric LCD, UV-resistant

7 with height 17mm (0.67”) and 11 with height 8mm (0.31”). Various symbols and measuring units.

90 x 40 mm (3.5” x 1.6”)

User definable: fast - 1 sec - 3 sec - 15 sec - 30 sec - off

LED backlight with adjustable intensity

Die-cast aluminum, Stainless Steel 316L or GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) wall / field mount enclosure with polycarbonate window, silicone and EPDM gaskets.

UV stabilized and flame retardant material.

Industrial type microswitches. UV resistant silicone keypad.

UV resistant 2 component industrial coating (aluminum enclosure only)

Control keys

Coating

Panel mount

Dimensions

Panel cut-out

Protruding front

Classification

Weight (approx.)

130 x 120 x 60 mm (5.10” x 4.72” x 2.38”) – WxHxD

115 x 98 mm (4.53" x 3.86") – WxH

31 mm (1.22")

IP65 / NEMA Type 4X

GRP

Aluminum

Stainless steel

450 gr. / 1.0 lbs

0.6 kg / 1.3 lbs

1 kg / 2.2 lbs

Field or wall mount

Dimensions

With extended back

Classification

Weight (approx.)

Aluminum / SS

Type HA

Type HB/HSB

Type HL

Type HM/HBM/HSM

Type HN

Type HO/HBO/HSO

Type HP

Type HT

Type HU/HBU/HSU

Type HV

Type HZ

Note

GRP (plastic)

Type HC

Type HD

Type HE

Type HF

Type HG

Type HH

Type HJ

Type HK

130 x 120 x 75mm (5.10” x 4.72” x 2.95”) – WxHxD

130 x 120 x 90mm (5.10” x 4.72” x 3.54”) – WxHxD

IP67 / NEMA Type 4X

GRP

Aluminum

0.6 kg / 1.3 lbs

1 kg / 2.2 lbs

Stainless steel 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs

Cable entries (threaded) - HS_ indicates stainless steel, HB_ indicates extended back

2 x PG9 – 1 x M20

Panel mount front cover only

2 x ½”NPT

2 x M16 – 1 x M20

1 x M20

2 x M20

6 x M12

1 x ½”NPT

3 x ½”NPT

4 x M20

No cable entries

Extended back enclosures (type HB_) not available under CSA or FM certification for intrinsically safe installation

Cable entries (no threading)

Panel mount front cover only

No cable entries

2 x 16mm (0.63”) – 1 x 20mm (0.78”)

1 x 22mm (0.87”)

2 x 20mm (0.78”)

6 x 12mm (0.47”)

3 x 22mm (0.87”)

Flat bottom - no cable entries

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OPERATING TEMPERATURE

Safe area -40 °C to +80 °C, -40 °F to +176 °F

Intrinsically safe

For EPL Da

-40 °C to +70 °C, -40 °F to +158 °F

-40 °C to +50 °C, -40 °F to +122 °F

POWER REQUIREMENTS

Type PB

Type PC

Type PD

Type PF

Type PM

Type PX

Type ZB

Note with Type PF or

PM

Note with I.S.

applications

SAFE AREA ONLY - Standard lithium primary battery. Life up to 5 years.

INTRINSICALLY SAFE - Certified lithium primary battery. Life up to 5 years.

16-30 V DC. Max power consumption 1 W.

24 V AC/DC ±10%. Max power consumption 15 W.

115-230 V AC ±10%. Max power consumption 15 W.

8-30 V DC. Max power consumption 0.3 W.

Separate power for backlight. 20-30V DC, max power consumption 1 W.

Not needed with Type PF or PM.

Total consumption of sensor, transistor output type OA and backlight type ZB may not exceed

400 mA @ 24 V DC.

For intrinsically safe applications, consult the safety values in Section 7.2: Electrical installation in hazardous areas [»38]

SENSOR EXCITATION

Type PB / PC / PX

Type PD

Type PF / PM

Only for very low power sensing. Sensor supply 3.2 V DC for pulse signals and 1.2 V DC for coil pick-up.

Additional to Type PX sensor excitation: 8.2 V DC, max. 5 mA.

Additional to Type PX sensor excitation: 8.2, 12 or 24 V DC, max 400 mA @ 24 V.

TERMINAL CONNECTIONS

Type Removable plug-in terminal strip. Wire max 1.5 mm 2 and 2.5 mm 2

DATA PROTECTION

Type

Password

EEPROM backup of all settings. Data retention at least 10 years.

Configuration settings can be password protected

DIRECTIVES AND STANDARDS

EMC

Low Voltage

ATEX

IECEx

CSA c-us

FM

RoHS

IP & NEMA

Note

EN 61326-1

EN/IEC 61010-1

EN IEC 60079-0

IEC 60079-0

CAN/CSA C22.2 No.157

CAN/CSA C22.2 No.142

CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60079-0

CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60079-11

FCC 47 CFR part 15

CSA C22.2 No.61010-1

EN 60079-11

IEC 60079-11

ANSI/UL 913

UL 508

ANSI/ISA-60079-0

ANSI/ISA-60079-11

UL61010-1

FM Class 3600

FM Class 3610

FM Class 3810

EN 50581

EN 60529

ANSI/UL 60079-0

ANSI/UL 60079-11

IEC 63000

ANSI/IEC 60529 NEMA 250

See the applicable Declaration of Conformity or product certificate for specific revisions and publication dates of applicable standards.

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HAZARDOUS AREA (TYPE XI OR XF)

Intrinsically safe

Type XI

ATEX appr. KEMA 05ATEX1168 X IECEx appr. IECEx KEM 08.0006X

II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga Ex ia IIC T4 Ga

II 1 D Ex ia IIIC T

200

100ºC Da Ex ia IIIC T

200

100ºC Da

CSA approval CSA.08.2059461

FM approval FM16US0177X

Project ID: 3033306

IS Class I/II/III, Div. 1, Grps A to G T4 IS Class I/II/III, Div. 1, Grps A to G T4

Class 1, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4Ga Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4 Ga

Flame proof

Type XF

ATEX approval

II 2 G Ex db IIB+H2 T5 Gb

II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T80ºC Db

IECEx approval

Ex db IIB+H2 T5 Gb

Ex tb IIIC T80ºC Db

Type XF - Dimensions 350 x 250 x 200 mm (13.7” x 9.9” x 7.9”) (w x h x d)

Appr. 15 kg (33 lbs)

A.2

INPUT

TACHOMETER

Signal type

Type ZF

Type ZG

Frequency

K-factor

Accuracy

Low-pass filter

Coil / sine wave (min. 20 mVpp or 90 mVpp - sensitivity selectable), NPN, PNP, open collector, reed switch, NAMUR, active pulse signals.

Minimum coil sensitivity 10 mVpp

Minimum coil sensitivity 5 mVpp

Max. 6 kHz, but depends on signal type and use of internal low-pass filter (for example reed switch with low-pass filter: max frequency 120 Hz.)

0.000010 - 9,999,999 with variable decimal position

16 bit.

Available for all pulse signals

A.3

OUTPUT

ALARM OUTPUT

Function

Frequency

Type OA

Type OR

Type OT

A.4

OPERATIONAL

High, low or high and low RPM, or running hours alarm.

Max 500 Hz. Type OR: max 5 Hz

One active 24V DC transistor output. Max. 400 mA (requires supply Type PF or PM)

One mechanical relay output. Max. switching load 30V DC or 240 V AC @ 0.5 A (requires supply

Type PF or PM)

One passive transistor output (not isolated). Max load 50 V @ 300 mA

OPERATOR FUNCTIONS

Displayed information ● RPM and/or running hours

Accumulated running hours

Alarm values: low, high RPM and running hours alarm threshold

Set alarm Entering alarm thresholds. Can be disabled for Operator level.

Reset Running hours Reset running hours value to zero by pressing ► twice.

(ACCUMULATED) RUNNING HOURS

Digits

Unit

7 digits. Accumulated running hours: 11 digits.

Hours

Decimals 0 - 1

RPM

Digits

Unit

Decimals

7 digits

RPM

0 - 1

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ALARM VALUES

Digits

Decimals

Type of alarm

7 digits.

According to settings for RPM

Low and/or high engine speed alarm, and/or running hours alarm. Includes configurable delay time and alarm output.

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APPENDIX B - TROUBLESHOOTING

Table 1 lists and describes how to troubleshoot problems that can occur when installing or operating the F093-P.

Table 2 lists internal alarm codes and conditions signaled by a blinking ALARM flag on the display

( ALARM ). Press the SELECT key several times to display the 4-digit error code shown in Table 2.

Table 1: Install and configuration errors

Observation

No RPM is detected while engine is running

Possible cause

Wrong signal selection in

SETUP menu

K-factor setting wrong

Check

6.1: SENSOR > SIGNAL

Pass code is unknown

Calculation window too big

Cut-off period wrong

LCD update period too long

Electrical connections wrong

Note: sensor input connectors depend on Type

Sensor not working properly

2.2: RPM > K-FACTOR

2.3: RPM > DECIMALS K-FACTOR

2.4: RPM > CALCULATION

2.5: RPM > CUT-OFF

5.1: POWER MANAGEMENT > LCD

UPDATE

Terminals 1-3 (6): tachometer input [»28]

Terminals 5-7: tachometer input [»34]

Sensor

Call your supplier

Table 2: Internal alarms

Alarm

0001

0002

Explanation

Display error - Data on display might be corrupt

Data storage error - Programming cycle might have gone wrong

An ALARM condition will in most cases be handled internally. If all programmed and measured values appear to be correct, intervention by the Operator is not necessary.

If an ALARM occurs more often or stays active for a longer period, please contact your supplier.

When multiple alarms occur, the error code shown is the sum of the error codes as given below. For example 0003 is a combination of error code 0001 and 0002.

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APPENDIX C - LEGAL INFORMATION

C.1

DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY

EU De cla ra tio n of Conformi ty

Fluidwell F0‒Series indicators

Veg l 2022 ibility that the F0 ‒Series indicators d and will operate conform the following applicable European r v nd Harmonised Standards, when installed and operated acc ordi ng to t he re lated manuals:

EMC Di rec v 2014/30/EU

RoHS r

Low Voltage D r v

2011/65/EU

( incl. curr ent amendments)

EN 61000‒6‒2: 0

EN 61000‒6‒3: 0

EN 61326‒1 :20 13

EN 50581:2012

EN I C 6 3000:2018

EN 6 1 / 9

For Type ‒ XI: Intrinsically Safe

ATE i ti e 2014/34/EU

Protective system

Certification

EN IEC 6 7 :20 18

0344 ‒

II 1 G

II 1 D

DEKRA fi ion BV

Ex a

200

KEMA 05ATEX1168 X

EN 60079‒1 1:2 012

Ex ia IIC T4 Ga

10 C

Last two digi of the year in which the CE marking was affi ed: 03 .

I. Me j a

Flui we ll BV ‒ P.O.Box , 5 6 g , e Ne erl an ds ‒ Voltaweg 23, 5466 AZ, Ve ghel, Th th an ds

Fl el i ISO900 c tifi d b DEKRA Certification BV, Meander 1051, 6825 MJ, Arnhem, The Ne the and .

UKCA Declarati on of Co nfo mity

Fluidwell F0‒Series indicators

Veg l 2022 ibility that the F0 ‒Series indicators d and will o pe rat e conform the following applicable UK Legislation and Standards, when installed and operated acc ordi ng to t he re lated manuals:

Electromagnetic Co a i i ulations 2016

The Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous

Substances i

Regulations 2012 (inc l. curr en t a mendments)

Electrical Equipment (Safety) Reg ations 2 016

BS

BS 61000‒6‒3: 2007 / A1:2 011;

BS 61326‒1:2013

BS EN 50581:2012

BS EN I C 63000:2018

BS

61000‒6‒2:2005;

0

Last two marking was affixed: 22.

I. Me j a

Flui we ll BV ‒ P.O.Box , 5 6 g , e Ne erl an ds ‒ Voltaweg 23, 5466 AZ, Ve ghel, Th th an ds

Fl el 1 er e y DEKR A Ce rtificat on BV, Mean der 051 68 25 M ,

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1

SETTING

HOURS

1.1

CLEAR

1.2

DECIMALS

1.3

FREQ MIN

2 RPM

2.1

DECIMALS

2.2

K-FACTOR

2.3

DECIMALS K-FACTOR

2.4

CALCULATION

2.5

CUT-OFF

3 ALARM

3.1

ALARM

3.2

RPM ZERO

3.3

ALARM LOW

3.4

ALARM HIGH

3.5

DELAY ALARM LOW

3.6

DELAY ALARM HIGH

3.7

ALARM HR

3.8

ALARM OUTPUT

4 DISPLAY

4.1

FUNCTION

4.2

DISPLAY

4.3

CLEAR HRS

4.4

SET ALARM

4.5

ACC HRS

4.6

BACKLIGHT

4.7

BACKLIGHT ALARM

4.8

BACKLIGHT

BRIGHTNESS

0

1

0

10

30 enable default

0

0

0.0

0.0

0 both rpm all operator operator hide off off

5

LIST OF CONFIGURATION SETTINGS

DEFAULT push clear

0

100

5 POWER MANAGEMENT

5.1

LCD UPDATE

5.2

BATTERY MODE

1 sec operational

6 SENSOR

6.1

SIGNAL npn

7

7.1

OTHERS

TYPE / MODEL F093-P

7.2

SOFTWARE VERSION 03.xx.xx

7.3

SERIAL NUMBER

7.4

PASS CODE

7.5

TAG NUMBER xxxxxxx

0000

0000000

DATE: DATE:

F093-P

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P.O. Box 6

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Voltaweg 23

5466 AZ Veghel the Netherlands

Website: www.fluidwell.com

Find your nearest representative: www.fluidwell.com/representatives

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