TS-550 evo & TS-5000 evo Programming

TS-550 evo & TS-5000 evo Programming

Fuel Management System

Programming Guide

TS-550 evo and TS-5000 evo

Franklin Fueling Systems • 3760 Marsh Rd. • Madison, WI 53718 USA

Tel: +1 608 838 8786 • 800 225 9787 • Fax: +1 608 838 6433 • www.franklinfueling.com

Notice

Franklin Fueling Systems (FFS) strives to produce the finest manual possible and to ensure that the information that it contains is complete and accurate FFS periodically review the manuals. However, FFS reserves the rights to change this document and specifications at any time without notice. FFS makes no expressed or implied warranty with regard to the contents of this manual. FFS assumes no liability for errors, omissions or for any damages, direct or consequential, that may result from the use of this document or the equipment that it describes.

This manual is for use expressly with the TS-550 evo or TS-5000 evo at its approved specifications. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the prior written consent of FFS.

Open Source Notice

The TS-550 evo series consoles implement open source software released under the General Public License (GPL) as well as other open source licenses. As a customer, you are entitled to receive a copy of the licensed source code used within our product, if so desired. Please contact our sales staff for more information.

Trademarks

FFS

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, Tank Sentinel

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, TS-550 evo

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TS-5000 evo

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System Sentinel

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, SCALD

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, Brite

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, BriteBox

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, BriteBus

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, and

BriteSensors

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are registered trademarks of Intelligent Controls. All brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Inspection of Materials

Visually inspect all components for defects or damage prior to installation. If any defect or damage is found, do not use the product and contact FFS for further assistance.

Warranty Information

Please refer to the FFS Fuel Management Systems & Product Warranty Policy for all warranty information.

Contacting Franklin Fueling Systems (FFS)

Please feel free to contact us by mail at:

Franklin Fueling Systems

3760 Marsh Rd.

Madison, WI 53718 USA

Or contact us by phone, fax or e-mail:

Tel: +1 800 984 6266

Fax: +1 608 838 6433

E-mail: [email protected]

[email protected]

Office and Sales Hours: 8am to 5pm CST - Monday through Friday

Technical Support Hours: 7am to 7pm CST - Monday through Friday

Please visit our website at

www.franklinfueling.com

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Copyright ©2011 by Franklin Fueling Systems. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the prior written consent of FFS. All rights reserved.

Contents

Notice..................................................................................................................................

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Important Safety Messages ..............................................................................................

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

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FMS Functions ..........................................................................................................................7

Definitions and Acronyms .........................................................................................................8

Related Documentation ............................................................................................................8

General ...............................................................................................................................

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User Interfaces (UI) ..................................................................................................................9

LCD Touch Screen Interface ..........................................................................................................

Web Browser Interface ....................................................................................................................

Access Control ................................................................................................................................

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Connecting a PC or Laptop Computer ......................................................................................10

Configuring IP Settings for Communication ....................................................................................

Obtain an IP Address Automatically ................................................................................................

Use the Following IP Address .........................................................................................................

Check Status of Connection ............................................................................................................

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Programming and Navigation ..........................................................................................13

Console Navigation ...................................................................................................................13

Navigation Buttons ..........................................................................................................................

Quick Jump Menu (QJM)

Text Entry Screen ............................................................................................................................

Number Entry Screen ......................................................................................................................

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Initial Console Configuration .....................................................................................................15

Touch Screen Calibration .........................................................................................................................

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Console Build Characteristics ...................................................................................................15

Setup Menu ..............................................................................................................................15

Configuration Options......................................................................................................................

Modifying Passwords ......................................................................................................................

Date / Time Set .................................................................................................................................

Time Zone .......................................................................................................................................

Toggle Sleep Mode..........................................................................................................................

Network Parameters ........................................................................................................................

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FAST - Franklin Auto Setup Tool ...............................................................................................17

Programming System Parameters ............................................................................................17

Preferences .............................................................................................................................17

Language ........................................................................................................................................

Date / Time .......................................................................................................................................

Numbers ..........................................................................................................................................

Units ................................................................................................................................................

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System ID .................................................................................................................................19

System Configuration ......................................................................................................................

Communications .......................................................................................................................

Programming Modules ....................................................................................................................

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IO Modules ...............................................................................................................................................

AC Input Modules.....................................................................................................................................

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Probe Modules .........................................................................................................................................

2-Wire Sensor Modules............................................................................................................................

3-Wire Sensor Modules............................................................................................................................

4-20 mA and 4-20 mA EXP Input Modules ..............................................................................................

Power Supply Module ..............................................................................................................................

Relay Modules .........................................................................................................................................

Dispenser Interface ..................................................................................................................................

Programming FMS Parameters ...............................................................................................................

Fuel Management System .......................................................................................................................

Manifold Tank System ..............................................................................................................................

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Web Browser Interface ......................................................................................................

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Navigating Applications Remotely ............................................................................................31

Accessing the Web Browser Interface ............................................................................................

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Making Changes to System Parameters ..................................................................................31

Password Prompting .................................................................................................................31

Setup ........................................................................................................................................31

Backup Setup Files ...................................................................................................................32

DIM Programming .....................................................................................................................34

Rules ...............................................................................................................................................

Dual DIM Installation .......................................................................................................................

Hardware Configuration ..................................................................................................................

Device Address ...............................................................................................................................

Communication Settings .................................................................................................................

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TS-TPI Overview and Functionality ........................................................................................39

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List of Alarms and Troubleshooting ................................................................................

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Appendix A - Standard Tanks Table .................................................................................

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Appendix B - Standard Products Table ...........................................................................

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Appendix C - Typical Tank Leak Test Times ...................................................................

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Important Safety Messages

FFS equipment is designed to be installed in association with volatile hydrocarbon liquids such as gasoline and diesel fuel. Installing or working on this equipment means working in an environment in which these highly flammable liquids may be present. Working in such a hazardous environment presents a risk of severe injury or death if these instructions and standard industry practices are not followed. Read and follow all instructions thoroughly before installing or working on this, or any other related, equipment.

As you read this guide, please be aware of the following symbols and their meanings:

Warning

Caution

Danger

This symbol identifies a warning. A warning sign will appear in the text of this document when a potentially hazardous situation may arise if the instructions that follow are not adhered to closely. A potentially hazardous situation may involve the possibility of severe bodily harm or even death.

This is a caution symbol. A caution sign will appear in the text of this document when a potentially hazardous environmental situation may arise if the instructions that follow are not adhered to closely. A potentially hazardous environmental situation may involve the leakage of fuel from equipment that could severely harm the environment.

This symbol identifies an electrical danger. An electrical danger sign will appear in the text of this document when a potentially hazardous situation involving large amounts of electricity may arise if the instructions that follow are not adhered to closely. A potentially hazardous situation may involve the possibility of electrocution, severe bodily harm, or even death.

Alarms and warnings are designed to alert you with specific details when a problem occurs so you can take appropriate corrective action. System hardware failure warnings, tank related alarms, leak detection sensor alarms, and line leak alarms can be custom programmed to do many things. The events that require programming are denoted by a (p) below:

- cause the red Alarm light or yellow Warning light to flash (standard)

- activate / sound the console annunciator alarm horn (p)

- activate internal output relays for external alarm devices (p)

- print alarm reports automatically, either locally (internal printer), or remotely (USB - HP compatible printer) (p)

- send alarm and test reports to a specified e-mail address (p)

- send reports to remote location(s), via internal data/fax modem (p)

Warning

Warning

Warning

Warning

Warning

Warning

Follow all applicable codes governing the installation and servicing of this product and the entire system. Always lock out and tag electrical circuit breakers while installing or servicing this equipment and any related equipment. A potentially lethal electrical shock hazard and the possibility of an explosion or fire from a spark can result if the electrical circuit breakers are accidentally turned on during installation or servicing. Please refer to the Installation and Owner’s

Manual for this equipment, and the appropriate documentation for any other related equipment, for complete installation and safety information.

Follow all federal, state and local laws governing the installation of this product and its associated systems. When no other regulations apply, follow NFPA codes 30, 30A and 70 from the National Fire

Protection Association. Failure to follow these codes could result in severe injury, death, serious property damage and/or environmental contamination.

Always secure the work area from moving vehicles. The equipment in this manual is usually mounted underground, so reduced visibility puts service personnel working on this equipment in danger from moving vehicles entering the work area. To help eliminate these unsafe conditions, secure the area by using a service truck to block access to the work environment, or by using any other reasonable means available to ensure the safety of service personnel.

When the Fuel Management System is used to monitor tanks containing gasoline or other flammable substances, you may create an explosion hazard if you do not follow the requirements in this manual carefully.

All wiring must enter the console’s enclosure through the designated knockouts. An explosion hazard may result if other openings are used.

You must run wiring from probes or sensors to the Fuel Management System console in conduits which are separate from all other wiring. Failure to do so will create an explosion hazard.

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Warning

Substituting components could impair intrinsic safety. TS-550/500 evo consoles are intrinsically safe for sensors installed in – Class I, Division 1, Group D – hazardous locations. Substitution of components could make the energy limiting circuitry in the system ineffective and could cause an explosion hazard. Repairs to a TS-550/5000 evo console or attached components should only be performed by a qualified, factory-trained technician.

Certified Programmer/Service Person: Only an FFS certified programmer or service person is allowed to access both the user interface keypad and areas internal to the Fuel Management System console.

Station Owner/Operator: The station owner or operator of the Fuel Management System console is only allowed to access the user interface keypad. Access to areas internal to the console is strictly prohibited.

Approvals

All Fuel Management System models are UL and cUL listed 6L79 as Liquid Level Gauge / Leak Detection

Systems. Third party approved leak detection — Pd (probability of detection) = 99.2 % for 0.1 or 0.2 gph leak tests

(0.1 = annual precision test, 0.2 is the monthly regulatory compliance test).

*The static tank test does not support Manifolded tanks.

**SCALD is 3rd party approved for up to three Manifolded tanks.

Introduction

The purpose of this manual is to guide installers, operators and technicians through programming and troubleshooting the TS-550 evo or TS-5000 evo console, so that it’s configured based on a site’s specific needs. The Fuel Management

Systems (FMS) application within the TS-550 / TS-5000 evo console tie together the monitoring and alarm capabilities of the automatic tank gauge with advanced technologies to supply tank and level data more accurately and efficiently. This manual is also designed to introduce technicians to the LCD Graphical User Interface, which is used as an input device to program system configuration and maintain all applications from the front panel of the console as well as through a web interface. Overall safety issues, troubleshooting information, warranty, service and return policies, as defined in this manual, must be followed.

FMS Functions

The main function of the Fuel Management System is to represent levels for inventory and tank leak testing by monitoring probe inputs and performing calculations based on those inputs. Line leak transducers provide line pressure data to perform line leak detection. Results from these calculations may be used for system monitoring and/or regulatory compliance. The console, in conjunction with external fuel system equipment, may provide positive system shutdown, based on programmed rules.

Sites that use Fuel Management Systems have the ability to monitor and perform:

• Tank Inventory Information

• Tank Leak Detection

• Sensor Configuration and Monitoring

• Line Leak Detection

• Sump Leak Detection

• Compliance Line and Leak Testing

• Secondary Containment Monitoring

FMS also allows sites to generate and print the following reports:

• Inventory Reports

• Delivery Reports

• Tank Test Results

• SCALD Testing Reports

• Regulatory Reports

• Sensor Reports

• Line Leak Reports

• Reconciliation Reports

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Definitions and Acronyms

Module – A module is a plug-in card within the T5 series console that is used to perform various console functions. The modules are used for field wiring of the input and / or output of electrical signals between different equipment.

RS-232 – An IEEE standard for serial communication using a 9-pin connector.

RS-485 – An IEEE standard for serial communication using Shielded Twisted Pair or Unshielded Twisted Pair wiring.

RJ-45 – An IEEE standard connector for use in communications with Shielded Twisted Pair wiring. Usually data.

RJ-11 – An IEEE standard connector for use in communications using Shielded Twisted Pair wiring. Usually voice and fax.

2SM – 2-Wire Sensor Module (Intrinsically Safe)

ACIM – AC Input Module

AIM – 4-20mA Analog Input Module (Intrinsically Safe)

AST – Aboveground Storage Tank

ATG – Automatic Tank Gauge

CARB – California Air Resources Board

CM – Controller Module

DCE – Data Communication Equipment

DIM – Dispenser Interface Module

DTE – Data Terminal Equipment

DTU – Data Transfer Unit

DW/DWT – Double Wall/Double Wall Tank

EVR – Enhanced Vapor Recovery

FAST – Franklin Auto Setup Tool

FMS – Fuel Management Systems

IS – Intrinsically Safe

ISD – In-Station Diagnostic

LCD – Liquid Crystal Display

LIM – LonWork Interface Module

LLD – Line Leak Detection

NC – Normally Closed

NO – Normally Open

OTB – One Touch Button

PC – Personal Computer

PM – Probe Module (Intrinsically Safe)

PSM – Power Supply Module

QJM – Quick-Jump Menu

RTD – Resistance Temperature Detectors

RM – Relay Module

SCM – Secondary Containment Monitoring

SLLD - Statistical Line Leak Detection

STP – Submersible Turbine Pump

TPI – Turbine Pump Interface

TS-EMS – Environmental Monitoring System

TS-EXPC – Expansion Console

URL – Uniform Resource Locator for the internet

USB – Universal Serial Bus

UST – Underground Storage Tank

VFM – Vapor Flow Meter

V/L – Vapor to Liquid ratio

VRM – Vapor Recovery Monitoring

XML – eXtensible Markup Language

Related Documentation

The system installation and operation instructions, troubleshooting guide and console maintenance manual are provided for your use in separate documents. Detailed installation and testing instructions for each type of leak detection sensor are present in the relevant manual, and, likewise, the installation, testing, and programming of various upgrade kits and optional accessories are also contained in separate manuals, addenda or in one of this document’s appendices.

TS-550/5000 evo Series Fuel Management Systems Installation Guide (000-2170)

TS-550/5000 evo Series Fuel Management Systems Operators Guide (000-2171)

General

After the Fuel Management System has been installed, typically your interaction with the system will be from the LCD display, on-board printer; or using a Web Browser to program and monitor the console. Remote operation can be performed from a PC, either attached directly or through a network connection to the console. All of the features of the console are available through these input / output devices. Also, the console may be set up to generate and send automated reports to e-mail accounts or print reports at a programmed time.

Occasionally you may need console information, such as model and serial numbers. The model number is located on the face of the console. The serial number is located on a small plaque placed on the bottom of the left panel. This label also shows the model number, voltage, manufacturer’s address, a warning symbol and the unit’s voltage specifications.

User Interfaces (UI)

LCD Touch Screen Interface

A color LCD touch screen is included with the TS-550/5000 evo console. This bright display allows easy viewing in any lighting condition. Console functions are easily accessed through the LCD screen.

Web Browser Interface

The TS-550/5000 evo console includes an Ethernet port and programming options to allow the system to be installed on a network. The advantages to using an Ethernet connection are: faster connection speeds, quicker data transfer rates, less data errors or quicker recovery of data when errors occur. This means that console parameters can be modified and that status / alarm reports can be printed from virtually anywhere.

Access Control

There are three access levels programmed into the console’s operating system: Guest, User, and Administrator. Each level will allow an operator to access different features or change specific settings on the console. This security feature prevents unauthorized tampering of console configurations. The system will prompt the user for a password when required.

Default passwords are as follows:

Guest: (none required)

User: user

Administrator: admin

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Connecting a PC or Laptop Computer

To access the console using the Web Browser interface, connect a PC to the console through either the Ethernet port or the COMM 1 serial port. If the console is connected to a local network, you can perform this setup from any

PC on that network by using a web browser, such as

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or Mozilla’s FireFox, or Safari for a Mac.

Note: The PC or laptop will recognize this serial connection as a network connection and will not allow the use of a Local Area Connection simultaneously. While it is not necessary to disconnect the Local Area Connection to connect using the Serial port, it will be necessary to disconnect the Serial Connection through the computers operating system in order to use the

Local Area Connection again.

The following instructions are written specifically for

Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system. For assistance with other operating systems, please contact Franklin

Fueling Systems Technical Services.

Connecting a PC to the TS-550/5000 evo Ethernet Port

1. Using an Ethernet Crossover, 10 Base-T cable, plug the RJ-45 connector on one end of the cable into the Ethernet port of the console.

2. Plug the RJ-45 connector on the opposite end of the cable to the Network Interface Card of the computer.

3. Power up and log onto your PC.

Note: You may need to re-configure your TCP / IP settings to allow the computer to communicate with the console.

Note: Some modern laptops have automatically switching

Network Interface Cards and as such, will require the use of a standard cat 6 cable instead of a crossover.

Configuring IP Settings for Communication

Before attempting to modify any computer settings, contact the Information Technologies department of your business, if available. Some computer accounts may have restricted permissions to overcome before any changes are allowed to be made to TCP / IP settings.

At the PC:

1. Power up the PC and log into your Windows operating system.

2. Click on Start, then select Control Panel.

3. There are (2) two views settings possible when using Windows 7:

• In

Category View, click on Network and Internet, then click

View Network Status and tasks under

Network and Sharing Center.

• In Icon View, click on Network and Sharing Center.

4. Click on the Change adapter settings in the left hand column.

5. Click on Local Area Connection and select Properties.

6. In the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box, under “This connection uses the following items,” select

Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP / IPv4) and click Properties.

There are various ways to configure a computer to communicate with a TS-550/5000 evo console. These factors depend upon the user’s computer knowledge and how the computer is currently configured.

To determine which method is best for your site, read the instructions in the following section carefully. Make detailed notes on the current configuration of the TCP / IP settings on the PC you are using. Read both the “Obtain an IP address automatically” and the “Use the following IP address” methods before making a choice between the two.

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Obtain an IP Address Automatically

Computers commonly use this setting to obtain an IP address automatically.

1. If

Obtain an IP address automatically is selected, it may be best to click the

Alternate

Configuration tab.

Note: The consoles default IP address is

192.168.168.168. If the PC is normally configured to acquire an IP address automatically,

Alternate

Configuration may be used, as mentioned above, to allow a connection to be enabled without the necessity of reconfiguring the computer each time it will be used to connect to this console.

Use the Following IP Address

1. If Use the following IP address is selected and the entry boxes contain any information, record this information for use when console programming is complete.

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3. Enter an IP address. For simplicity, make the last segment of the IP one number different than the IP address of the console. Upon initial setup

ONLY, the numbers used in the figure may be used to

configure the TCP / IP settings of your PC. After initial startup the programmed parameters should be verified through the touchscreen

4. Leave all other information blank and click

OK.

5. Close the Local Area network for changes to take place.

2. Enter an IP address. For simplicity, make the last segment of the IP one number different than the IP address of the console. Upon initial setup

ONLY, the numbers used in the figure may be used to configure the TCP / IP settings of your PC.

3. Leave the DNS information blank.

Note: The consoles default IP address is

192.168.168.168. If the PC is normally configured to Use the following IP address, make sure that all displayed information is recorded and kept prior to making any changes. It may be necessary to use this information to re-configure the console once programming is complete.

Check Status of Connection

1. Check the status of your connection by going to the Network Connections window.

2. If the connection status is disabled, enable it by right-clicking on the Local Area Connection and selecting Enable.

3. Verify link light is lit under Ethernet on Controller module is lit and RX light is flashing.If technical

difficulties arise, please contact Franklin Fueling

Systems Technical Support before proceeding.

More information on the Web Browser Interface is located on page 31 of this manual.

Programming and Navigation

Console Navigation

The operating system is designed for easy navigation. Applications allow the user to modify programming options by responding to on-screen commands. The following instructions show various operating system functions, so that issues can be corrected efficiently without interrupting dispensing or sales.

One-Touch Buttons – Run customized and site-specific rules for various console functions.

Quick Jump Menu

Allows rapid access to console functions.

Shows which screen is displayed.

Shows current system time and date.

Help – Displays context-sensitive help information.

Home – This will return to the screen shown here.

Back – Returns to the previous screen.

Status – When in Alarm, bar turns red and describes alarm.

Navigation Buttons

There are many ways to navigate the applications of the TS-550/5000 evo console. Listed below are buttons that will help you navigate the functions of the console.

Quick Jump Menu

( QJM)

The Quick Jump Menu was developed to simplify system navigation. From the Quick Jump Menu you can access sections of the TS-550/5000 evo with a few quick selections.

Quick Jump Menu

Note: Your console will display some selections depending upon installed equipment.

Selecting the icon will take you to the summary screen for that item and allow you to access more detailed information.

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Text Entry Screen

Use Upper-Case

Characters

Number Entry Screen

Adds the .com extension to an e-mail address

Close Without

Saving

Erase Individual

Characters

Close Without

Saving

Erase Individual

Characters

Save and Enter

Text

Use

International

Characters

Save and Enter

Numerals

Initial Console Configuration

Initial setup must be completed before the console can be used. This section will show how to set custom parameters by navigating through the programming options to set up the TS-550/5000 evo console for the first time.

Touch Screen Calibration

Calibrating the touch screen will enable the console to better recognize the area that you “touch,” so that you can accurately enter in information. The LCD touch screen is calibrated at the factory when a system is built but it may be necessary to re-calibrate occasionally. To calibrate the touch-screen function of the display, you must first access the calibration application.

1. From any screen, press Quick Jump

Menu > Utilities > Tools > Touch Screen Calibration.

2. The console will ask if you are sure that you want to proceed, answer Yes.

3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the calibration process.

Note: If unable to navigate to the calibration utility use the following steps:

1. Cycle the power on the console

2. During boot up the system will display a TS-

550evo “Splash” screen twice.

3. When the second splash screen appears press and hold the LCD screen until the calibration screen starts.

4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the calibration process.

Console Build Characteristics

Each console is custom ordered and built to each customer’s specifications. That means that all of the hardware (modules) and software options needed for your site are installed and tested. Before programming, check the status and version of each module and verify that your purchased options are present.

Pressing QJM > Utilities > System will give you the option to view specific details about the system

Module Status - Lists the modules installed and what version those modules are running. It will also indicate if the module is operational or not.

About - Provides contact information for Franklin Fueling

Systems

Identification – View to locate the System Serial Number,

Ethernet Address (not the same as IP address), Controller

Serial number and Date / Time of manufacture.

Software Options – Displays the current installed software options.

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Setup Menu

From any screen select QJM > Utilities > Setup >

Configuration.

Date / Time Set

To set the date and time, click the button that corresponds with your selection and then select the correct option from the list. If your choice does not appear on the first screen, use the up and down navigation buttons to scroll through more options. When finished, confirm your selection by pressing the confirm button. It is important to enter the date and time information correctly to ensure reports and alarms can be accurately tracked.

Configuration Options

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Using the options in this menu, you can change:

• Passwords

• Protocol Settings

• Network Parameters

• System Clock

• Current time / date and set an accurate time zone.

• Toggle Sleep Mode

Modifying Passwords

For access control and security purposes, the console will allow you to change any password used for accessing console functions. When changing passwords, make note of the password and keep it in a secure, memorable place.

The password you choose must be at least two characters long with a

maximum of 16 characters — spaces and special characters are allowed as part of your

password.

Administrator level access is required to change passwords.

To modify passwords:

1. Press the Quick Jump Menu > Utilities > Setup >

Configuration > Passwords.

2. Select the access level to be changed

3. Enter the new password and press enter to accept the change

Once the console has been powered up, navigate the console by pressing the screen on the appropriate button.

1. From any screen select QJM > Utilities > Setup >

Configuration.

2. If prompted enter the administrator password.

3. Select from the options in the Network Parameters section that follows to view or change console configuration settings.

Time Zone

Set the Time Zone according to your geographical location.

If your choice does not appear on the first screen, use the navigation up and down buttons to scroll through more options. When finished, confirm your selection by pressing the confirm button.

Toggle Sleep Mode

Enabling sleep mode allows the display to dim after 5 minutes.

Network Parameters

To communicate with your network equipment (i.e. router, switch, hub, etc.) you will need to modify the network parameters.

Programming System Parameters

To program the system parameters select QJM > Utilities

> Setup > Parameters.

IP Address Settings:

IP Address – This is a logical (electronic) address, like a street address, that the console uses to route information. This address will have to match your network, if connected to a network, in order to ‘talk’ to a remote communication device, or your PC.

Network Mask – Masking is a way to diversify the use of multiple subnets. The mask must match that of the network the console is connected to. Masks are used in networking to create

‘sub-networks’ within a whole, like slicing and apple. You have separate slices that may be in different locations, but they are still from the same apple. Administrators use this to make separate networks, to maximize bandwidth or capacity of medium resources (cables or fiber).

Therefore, when your network uses static IP addressing (assigned by an administrator), this mask must match the Network Mask of the router port that it is attached to. If the network uses a DHCP server (automatically assigns

IP addresses) then the mask should meet the specifications set by your administrator.

Gateway – The Gateway is the logical address to the nearest router port, commonly the one that is connected to the console. Consult your administrator for details on this and other network parameters.

DNS Server Address:

Preferred DNS Server / Alternate DNS Server – The domain name system (DNS) is the way that internet domain names are located and translated into Internet

Protocol addresses. A domain name is a meaningful and easy-to-remember tag for an internet address (used for e-mail functions).

Preferences

Use the Preference tables on the following pages to select the menu options to be changed.

Language

Language Options

English

Spanish

Portuguese

Italian

Russian

French

Hindi

Hebrew

Polish

Bulgarian

Slovakian

Turkish

German

Chinese (Simplified)

Chinese (Traditional)

Date / Time

Date/Time

Short date format

Long date format

Options

MM/dd/yyyy

M/d/yyyy

M/d/yy

MM/d/yy

MM/dd/yy

Yy/MM/dd yyyy-MM-dd dd-MMM-yy

EEEE, MMMM dd, yyyy

MMMM dd, yyyy

EEEE dd MMMM, yyyy dd MMMM, yyyy

Year/month date format

MMMM, yyyy

Short time format

Long time format

HH:mm

H:mm hh:mm a h:mm a

HH:mm:ss

H:mm:ss hh:mm:ss a h:mm:ss a

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Numbers

Numbers

Digit grouping

Digit grouping symbol

Decimal symbol

Display leading zeroes

Symbol

MM

Representation

Two-digit month with leading zero (i.e. 01 for

Jan…).

M

Two-digit month, no leading zero (i.e. 1 for

Jan…).

MMM Three-letter month (i.e. JAN, FEB, AUG…).

dd d

Two-digit day with leading zero (i.e. 01,

02…).

Two-digit day, no leading zero (i.e. 1, 2…).

yyyy Four-digit year (i.e. 2006…).

yy

HH

Two-digit year (i.e. 06, 07…).

Two-digit hour with leading zero; 24-hour format.

hh mm ss a

Two-digit hour, no leading zero; 24-hour format.

Two-digit minute, with leading zero.

Two-digit second, with leading zero.

A.M. or P.M. indicator.

EEEE

Options

Group digits by 10

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using specified symbol

(i.e. either “123456789” or “123,456,789”).

Symbol used to group digits (i.e. ‘, ’; ‘ _ ‘…).

User defined option.

Symbol used to separate decimal units (i.e.

‘.’; ‘,’). User defined option.

Displays decimals with leading zero (i.e. with ‘0.123’; without ‘.123’).

Units

Units

Volume

Length

Temperature

Flow

FMS - Line Pressure

FMS Line Pressure

SCM - Containment

Vacuum

Density Units

Mass Units

FAST - Franklin Auto Setup Tool

Options

Liters

Gallons

Imperial Gallons

Millimeters

Centimeters

Meters

Inches

Centigrade

Fahrenheit

Liters/Hour

Cubic Centimeters/Second

Cubic Feet/Hour

Gallons/Minute

Gallons/Hour

Pascal

Bar

Pounds per square inch

Inches of Water

Inches of Mercury

Pascal

Bar

Pounds per square inch

Inches of Water

Inches of Mercury

Pascal

Bar

Pounds per square inch

Inches of Water

Inches of Mercury

Kilograms per Cubic Meter

Grams per cubic centimeter

Pounds per cubic foot

Kilograms

Grams

Pounds

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FAST was created to scan and automatically detect any hardware connected to the TS-550 / 5000 evo.

Note: Prior to running FAST all of the system hardware will need to be connected to the TS-550 / 5000 evo.

Running FAST

1. Select QJM > Utilities > Setup > Fast

2. Select Start

3. When FAST has completed hardware detection it can be applied or discarded.

Note: Applying the FAST parameters will erase any previous setup data. FFS recommend download any previous setup parameter prior to applying the FAST parameters.

System ID

The System ID screen looks like this:

Parameter

Name

Site Name

Web UI URL

ID Line 1

ID Line 2

ID Line 3

ID Line 4

ID Line 5

Parameter

Value

(Site Name)

(http://localhost/tsa)

(blank)

(blank)

(blank)

(blank)

(blank)

To make a modification, select the parameter that you want to change. Type the new setting in using the characters available. When finished, press enter to confirm the change. Once changes are complete select the save button. When Confirmation is displayed, press Yes to save and apply, or No to exit without saving — you may press cancel to continue making changes. Changes will not be applied until you return to the main menu.

Refer to the programming tables on the following pages for a more descriptive representation of each option including the submenus of each menu item. The console will update the menus as additional data or information is required during programming.

Please note, features appearing in this guide may not be available, unless the option is purchased with your console.

You should have the following items ready before beginning console programming:

• Site location information to setup Site ID

• Communications parameters for external equipment to match console settings

• Wiring diagrams of site if necessary; to identify sensor and/or probe location

• Manufacturers Tank Charts for “special” tank correction tables

• Probe stickers with gradient and RTD location for

“special” probes

Group Name

System ID

Description

Physical name of site.

URL address of site.

These lines should contain the physical address of the site. This information will be used in the header of reports and to identify site properties when using web UI.

Max

Characters

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

System Configuration

Group Name

System Configuration

Modules Expected

Parameter Name

Technical Support Key

Enable Diagnostics

IO

AC Input

Relay

Probe

2-Wire Sensor

3-Wire Sensor

4-20mA Input

Internal Printer

LON

DIM

Console DTU

Diagnostics Remote Logging Host

External Printer Paper Size

Parameter

Default

(0)

(No)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

(0)

Description Range

Enter the appropriate key number.

Enables the logging option.

These settings are preset by ordered options. This value represents the number of each module installed. When a module is installed, the console will open more options base upon which module is installed.

0-2

Yes/No

0-6

0-6

0-6

0-6

0-6

0-6

0-6

0-1

0-1

0-2

0-1

(None)

IP address of a remote server to log diagnostic data. (Contact Technical

Support for assistance)

Letter (8.5" x 11") Sets paper size for external printer

Letter ((8.5” x 11”)

A4 (210 mm x 297 mm)

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Communications

Group Name

Parameter

Name

Serial Ports

Modem

Protocols

E-Mail

LON

COMM 1

COMM 2

RS-485

“From” Address

SMTP Host

SMTP Port

Enable

Authentication

Maximum

Queue Size

Retry Timeout

Watchdog

Timeout

Enable

Debugging

IFSF Node ID

Mode

Baud Rate

Data Bits

Parity

Stop Bits

Baud Rate

Data Bits

Parity

Parameter

Value

Stop Bits

Response Timeout

Baud Rate

Data Bits

Parity

Stop Bits

Type

57600

8

1

9600

8

1

8

9600

8

None

1

Internal

Description

Network Connection (PPP)

None

None

Mode

Data Bits

Franklin Fueling Systems (XML)

8

Parity None

Stop Bits

Country Code

Veeder-Root Port

1

United States

8001

Veeder-Root Client Timeout 0

Web Server Secondary Port 10001 [email protected] Address of sender (console).

your_smtp_host_address IP address of SMTP Host.

25

No

Port address of SMTP.

Data authentication (if required).

20

Maximum size of queue in Megabytes.

3600

30

(No)

(1)

Time, in seconds, that the console will wait before attempting to resend the message.

Time, in seconds, that the console selfmonitoring program waits when it expects and error due to software or power quality problems.

Select Yes if you would like more status information to be stored in the Messages file.

Allows the T5 Series console to communicate with an IFSF POS (Point of

Sale) System

Parameter Inputs

Network Connection (PPP)

Veeder-Root

Franklin Fueling System (XML)

1200 - 57600

7 or 8 odd even none

1 or 2

1200 - 57600

7 or 8 odd even none

1 or 2

#

1200 - 57600

7 or 8 odd even none

1 or 2

None

Internal

External

Network Connection (PPP)

Veeder-Root

Franklin Fueling System (XML)

7 or 8 odd even none

1 or 2

(Select country)

#

#

# abc

#

#

Yes / No

Yes / No

0-127

System Sentinel Anyware

This section will be filled out automatically by System Sentinel Anyware using the Program EPS feature.

Programming Modules

The Fuel Management System is composed of a custom set of modules. Each module has individual characteristics.

Parameters must be set to match the site configuration. The programming table below will assist in this setup.

IO Modules

The Input / Output Module is a non-intrinsically safe module that provides eight separate AC or DC voltage inputs that can range from 3 to 240 volts. In addition to the AC / DC inputs, the IO module also includes four 4-20mA signal outputs.

Group Name

Parameter

Name

Parameter

Default

Description Parameter Input

IO Modules

Module #

Inputs

Channel #

Outputs

Channels

Name

Enabled

Active State

Action

Channels

(0)

(Input 1)

(Yes)

(High)

(None)

(0)

The number of AC or DC inputs physically wired to the gauge.

Descriptive name used to identify the input.

Enables the input.

High will activate channel when high voltage is present.

Low will activate channel with no voltage present.

Create an alarm or event timestamp .

Number of 4-20mA channels in use per module.

0-8 abc #

Yes / No

High / Low

None

Alarm

Event

0-4

Channel #

Name

Enable

(output 1)

(Yes)

Descriptive name used to identify the output

Yes if the channel is in use abc

Yes / No

AC Input Modules

The AC Input Module is a non-intrinsically safe module that has 12 identical optically isolated AC input channels that can be used for dispenser hook isolation, vapor processor input, or as generic AC inputs.

Group Name Parameter Default

Parameter

Default

Description

Parameter

Input

AC Input Modules

Module #

Channel #

Channels

Name

Enabled

Active State

Action Setup

(0)

(AC Input 1)

(Yes)

(High)

None

Number of channels in use per module.

Given name of channel.

Yes if channel is used.

High will activate channel when high voltage is present. Low will activate channel with no voltage present.

Create an alarm or event timestamp

0-12 abc #

Yes / No

High / Low

None, Alarm,

Event

Probe Modules

The Probe Module gather data from probes or TS-DMS sensors. This information is processed by the Controller Module for use in inventory, reconciliation, V/L Ratio calculation, TS-DMS sensor alarms and to provide information for reports.

Group Name Parameter Name

Parameter

Default

Description

Parameter

Input

Probe Modules

Module #

Channels (0)

Number of channels in use per module.

0-12

Channel #

Name

Type

(Probe 1)

(TS-LL2)

Given Name of Probe.

Type of device connected.

abc #

TS-VFM

TS-LL2

TS-DMS

Monthly Compliance (Yes)

Select Yes if this sensor is to appear on the

Compliance page and in the Regulatory report

Yes / No

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2-Wire Sensor Modules

The 2-Wire Sensor Module is designed to accept 12 sensor inputs per module, and the system as a whole can accept a total of 36 sensors (3 modules with 12 inputs each). The module only supports standard sensors, and does not accept inputs from any 3-wire sensor including BriteSensors

®

.

Group Name Parameter Name

Parameter

Default

Description

Parameter

Input

2-Wire Sensor Modules

Module #

Channel #

Channels

Name

Monthly Compliance

(0)

(2-Wire Sensor

1)

(Yes)

Number of channels in use per module.

Given name of channel.

Select Yes if this sensor is to appear on the

Compliance page and in the Regulatory report

0-12 abc #

Yes / No

3-Wire Sensor Modules

The 3-Wire Sensor Module is designed to accept 8 sensor inputs per module, and the system as a whole can accept a total of 24 sensors (3 modules with 8 inputs each). The 3WSNS can support standard sensors and BriteSensors

®

.

Group Name

Parameter

Name

Parameter

Default

Description Parameter Input

3-Wire Sensor Modules

Module #

Channels (0)

Number of channels in use per module.

0 - 8

Channel #

Name (3-Wire Sensor 1) Given name of channel.

abc #

Type

(Interstitial

(EIS) or 2-Wire

Sensor)

The type of sensor connected to the channel.

After the Channels are entered this will fill in automatically.

Unknown,

Interstitial (EIS) or 2-Wire Sensor

Discriminating Interstitial Sensor (DIS)

Discriminating Dispenser Sump Sensor (DDS)

Discriminating Turbine Sump Sensor (DTS)

Monitoring Well Sensor (MWS)

Hydrostatic Interstitial Brine Reservoir Sensor (HIS)

Discriminating Monitoring Well Vapor Sensor (DVS)

Monthly

Compliance

(Yes)

Select Yes if this sensor is to appear on the

Compliance page and in the Regulatory report

Yes / No

4-20 mA and 4-20 mA EXP Input Modules

The Analog Input Module has 8 identical channels for loop powered IS sensors with a 4-20 mA interface.

The 4-20 mA EXP module is programmed in the same manner. The 420 EXP module is a non-intrisically safe board located on the hazardous side of the console, must have the wires enclosed in explosion-proof conduit, and has a red front. If a DTU is being used, there will be an option for a “virtual module” labeled Remote Module. The Remote Module gathers information from the vapor pressure sensor when a DTU is used. (see DTU Programming for further details on page 31 in this manual.)

Parameter

Default

Description Parameter Input Group Name

Parameter

Name

4-20mA Input Modules

Module #

Channels

Channel #

Name

Service Type

Low Range

High Range

(0) Number of channels in use per module.

(4-20mA Input 1) Given name of the channel.

(Analog) Determines the input signal.

-8.00

8.00

Low range of mA input

High range of mA input

0-8 abc #

Analog

Secondary Containment Monitoring

Line Leak Detection

Vapor Recovery Monitoring

FMS Level Probe

- #

+ #

Power Supply Module

The Power Supply is a non-intrinsically safe module that provides power to the T5 series Fuel Management System from line voltage rated 110 - 240 VAC. This module is two inches wide, occupies two slots and is located immediately to the right of the

Controller Module. The Power Supply Module has two AC / DC switching power supplies: one power supply is +5 V and the other is +24 V.

The Power Supply also has two relay outputs for use with remote annunciators and two low voltage inputs for emergency generator applications.

Group Name Parameter Name

Parameter

Default

Description

Parameter

Input

Power Supply

TS-TPI

Controllers

Enable Interface

Number of Controllers

(Yes)

(0)

Enables TS-TPI options.

The number of controllers being monitored

Yes / No

1-31

Controller # Name

Pump 1

Descriptive name used to identify input abc #

Enabled (Yes)

Enables the output

Yes / No

Type (Unknown)

The type of FE Petro Smart Controller • Variable

Frequency

• Smart

• Smart 1

• 3 Phase Smart

208/380V

• Mag/Eco

• Unknown

Groups

Group #

Address

Group

Tank

Height

Number of inputs

Number of groups

Name

(0)

(0)

(0)

(5.00)

(0)

(0)

Group 1

The slave address of the controller as configured by the DIP switches on the Smart Controller.

The Group number this pump is in. Put Pumps located in similar products into the same group for Leveling or Priority mode.

The tank number (where this Pump is located).

The height of the Pump Motor Assembly off of the bottom of the tank in inches.

The number of inputs that will have control over activating and deactivating this Pump.

The number of Groups as assigned under controllers.

Descriptive name used to identify input.

0 - 30

0 - 15

0 - 29

#

0 - 32

0 - 15

Mode (None)

Select the mode you want. (Refer to the TPI section for more details).

abc #

Leveling

Priority

None

Mode: None

Master / Slave

Alternating

Fault Shutdown

(No)

(No)

(No)

Select yes if you want both pumps to run during periods of high demand.

Select yes if you want the pumps to alternate when hook signals drop out.

Select yes if you want both pumps to shutdown upon an alarm.

Yes / No

Yes / No

Yes / No

Mode: Leveling

Master / Slave

Fault shutdown

(No)

(No)

Select yes if you want both pumps to run during periods of high demand.

Select yes if you want both pumps to shutdown upon an alarm.

Yes / No

Yes / No

Mode: Priority

Reserve

Master / Slave

Fault shutdown

(20)

(No)

(No)

The percent of volume on the associated tank at which the pump will switch control to the next pump in the group.

Select yes if you want all pumps to run during periods of high demand.

Select yes if you want all pumps to shutdown upon an alarm.

# %

Yes / No

Yes / No

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Group Name

Relays

Channel #

Input #

Channel #

Parameter Name

Name

Enabled

Type

Polarity

Logic

Physically Wired As

Number of inputs

Type

Name

Enabled

Active State

Action

Parameter

Default

Description

(Relay 1) Given name of the relay.

(Yes) Whether the Relay is Enabled or not.

(Unknown) Equipment connected to the relays output.

(Normal)

Allow the polarity to be inverted from normally closed to normally open, changing how the relay operates with a loss of system power.

(OR Logic) The type of logic that the gate will use to process incoming signals. In OR, if any combination of inputs is active, the relay is active. With AND, when all inputs are active, the relay is active. In XOR, if all inputs are in the same state

(on / off), the relay is inactive.

(Normally

Open)

(0)

(Unknown

Module)

How the relay is wired internally.

Number of devices that can control the relay.

Type of module that is sending the signal to control the relay.

(LV Input 1) Given name of input.

(Yes) Whether the input is Enabled or not.

(high)

High will activate channel when high voltage is present. Low will activate channel with no voltage present.

Create an alarm or event with a timestamp

(None)

Parameter

Input

abc#

Yes /No

Unknown

Submersible

Alarm

Solenoid

Dispenser

Other

Normal, Invert

OR, AND, XOR

NO, NC

0-32

Unknown

Controller

Power Supply

IO

AE

4-20

Probe

2-wire Sensor

3-wire Sensor abc#

Yes/No

High / Low

None

Alarm

Event

Relay Modules

The Relay Modules come in two styles: a 10 amp module and a 2 amp module. The 2 amp module is a non-intrinscally module that has 8 identical 2 amp Form C output relays and the 10 amp module has 6 identical 10 amp Form C output relays. Each channel has a fuse and three terminals. Each channel can be configured as NO or NC with the power off by wiring to the appropriate terminals.

Group Name Parameter Name

Parameter

Default

Description

Parameter

Input

Relay Modules

Module #

10 Amp

Channels

(No)

(0)

Select Yes if this is the 10 Amp relay module.

Number of relays used on this module.

Yes / No

0-8 (2 Amp module)

0-6 (10 Amp

Module)

Channel #

Name

Enabled

Type

(Relay 1)

(Yes)

(Unknown)

Given name of the channel.

Yes if the channel is in use.

Equipment connected to the relays output.

abc#

Yes / No

Polarity

Logic

(Normal)

(OR Logic)

Allow the polarity to be inverted from normally closed to normally open, changing how the relay operates with a loss of system power.

The type of logic that the gate will use to process incoming signals.

Unknown

Submersible

Alarm

Solenoid

Dispenser

Other

Normal, Invert

OR, AND, XOR

Physically Wired As (Normally Open) How the relay is wired externally.

NO, NC

Number of inputs (0) Number of devices that can control the relay.

1-32

Input #

Type (Unknown) Type of module that is sending the signal to control the relay.

Unknown

Controller

Power Supply

AC Input

IO

Probe

2-wire Sensor

3-wire Sensor

4-20 mA

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Dispenser Interface

The Dispenser Interface is used in the Reconciliation applications to communicate sales data from the dispensers to the console.

Group Name

Parameter

Name

Parameter

Default

Description Parameter Input

Dispenser Interface

Precision

Volume Precision (3)

The number of digits to the right of the decimal point reported by the dispensers.

0-6

Dispenser Volume

Modify Volume Units

Dispenser Volume

Units

(Gross)

(No)

(Gallons)

Select Gross if the dispenser volume is not temperature compensated.

Allows changing the Dispenser Volume Units

Select the units to measure dispenser volume

Gross / Net

Yes / No

Liters

Gallons

Imp. Gallons

Grades

Number of Grades

Name

(0)

(1)

The number of grades that are on site.

Given name of Grade

0 - 32 abc#

Dispenser Interface Modules: DIM 1

Type

Communication

(Wayne)

(Currant Loop)

The type of communication from the dispensers.

The communication protocol of the distribution box.

None

Gilbarco

Wayne

Tokheim

G Site

Bennett 515

None

Current Loop

RS422 / 485

Tokheim STD

RS232 Duplex

RS232 RxD x 1

RS232 RxD x 2

Fueling Points

Number of fueling points*

Number of hoses

Hose #

Grade

Association

(0)

(0)

(1)

(Unknown)

The number of possible fueling points on site

The number of grades on this dispenser.

The grade that is associated with the first hose you dispensed from.

0 - 32

0 - 8

Select the correct grade from the

Grades menu.

Position (0) The number that was detected from the Query function after a dispense.

* Q The query function is used to determine the Position number from the dispensers.

0 - 9

C Will copy the Position numbers and Grade associations to all fueling points with the same number of hoses.

The copy and query functions are available only via the Web Browser Interface.

Tanks

Tank #

Probe

Programming FMS Parameters

Here is where specific equipment parameters will be modified to match the site setup.

Fuel Management System

Group Name

Fuel Management

System

Parameter Name

Ullage Percent

Delivery Delay

Correction Temperature

High Product Limit

Parameter

Default

(95)

(15 min)

(60.00 °F)

(Level)

Description

Percent of tank level used to calculate space left.

Time in minutes after delivery when increase is reported.

Product temperature correction.

Select whether the High Product alarm will be triggered by high product Level or high product Volume.

Static Tank Testing

Region

Monthly Leak Test Threshold

Yearly Leak Test Threshold

Sentinel Mode Threshold *

(United States) The region in which the gauge is located

(0.20 gph)

(0.10 gph)

(3.00 gph)

Static leak tolerance for testing tanks.

Static leak tolerance for testing tanks.

If Sentinel Mode is configured, this is the amount of volume that would trigger an alarm.

Confidence

Minimum Leak Test Time

Maximum Leak Test Time

Alarm On Precision Leak Test

Failure *

Number of Tanks

Name

Type

Manifolded

Manifold #

Product #

Delivery Threshold

Theft Threshold

4-20 mA Output

Monthly Compliance

Annual Compliance

Channel

Type

Ratio

Float Type

(99%)

(2 hr)

(8 hr)

(No)

Leak testing confidence.

Minimum amount of time used to test.

Maximum amount of time used to test.

Used to produce an alarm upon failure.

(0)

(Tank 1)

(Special 1)

(No)

(1)

Number of tanks in fuel system.

Given name of tank.

Type of tank.

Used for Manifolded tanks.

If Manifold is selected, this option will allow you to select a manifold number. Tanks that are Manifolded should have the same manifold number.

Type of product in tank.

( 1)

(200.0 gal)

Amount of increase to report delivery.

(5.0 gal)

(None)

(Yes)

Amount of decrease to report theft.

If an IO module is used and the outputs are configured, this option will appear. Select the correct output that correlates to this tank.

Select Yes if this tank is to appear on the Compliance page and in the Regulatory report.

(Yes)

Select Yes if this tank is to appear on the Compliance page and in the Regulatory report for annual tank testing.

(Probe 1) Channel used for the probe in tank.

(Standard 101) Type of probe used in this tank.

(1 to 1 tip to head)

(4 in gas)

Ratio of float movement in proportion to product level.

1:7-9 for use with Moorman gauge interface.

Type of float(s) used on probe.

Water Float

Gradient

(Yes) Select Yes if water float is present.

(9.03000 µs / in) Speed of probe wire.

Parameter

Input

70-100 %

1 - 240

5 - 100 °

Level / Volume

Other

United States

Spain

0 - 10

0 - 10

0 - 10

90, 95, 97.5,

99 %

0-8

1-8

Yes/No

0-48 abc#

Std./Spcl.

Yes / No

1 - 24

1-48

0.3 - 9,000,000

0.3 - 9,000,000

None

Output 1-24

Yes / No

Yes / No

Probe

Std./Spcl.

1:1, 7:1, 9:1

4, 3, or 2 in.

Gas/Diesel,

Stainless,

Propane

Gas density

Diesel Density

Yes /No

7 - 10

Product Offset (0.00 in)

Used for compensation of tank tilt. (See Appendix xx:

Calculating Tank Tilt).

Water Offset (0.00 in)

Generator

Mode

SCALD

Enable

Enable

Qualify

(No)

(No)

(14 %)

If generator testing is being used, select yes.

Enables SCALD tank testing.

Required percent full to run SCALD test.

* These features are only available when Spain is selected for Region

-1,200,000 to

1,200,000

-1,200,000 to

1,200,000

Yes / No

Yes / No

# %

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FMS Parameters Continued

Group Name

Fuel Management System

Special Tanks

Special # Shape

Parameter Name

Length

Diameter

End Type

Dome style

Dome Radius

Correction table

Maximum number of points

Data

Special Probes

Special # Length

RTD Table

Manifold Tank System

Group Name Parameter Name

Fuel Management System

Manifolds

Name

Product #

Manifold #

Delivery Threshold

Theft Threshold

Limits

Monthly Compliance

Low Product Volume Limit

Low Low Product Volume

Limit

SCALD

Enable

Qualify

Name

Products

Type

Color

Parameter

Default

(Horizontal cylinder)

(160.00 in)

(96.00 in)

(Cylinder)

(Spherical)

(0.00 in)

(0)

#

(101 in)

(0.00 in)

Parameter

Default

Description

Physical shape of the tank.

Length of tank in inches.

Diameter of tank in inches.

Type of the end of the tank

The type of dome end

Radius of domed end

The number of strapping data points that will be entered. Begin with 0 inches and 0 volume and end with maximum diameter and capacity.

Enter known volume for a designated level

0-100

Level / Volume

The length of the special probe

The distance to the first RTD location. (+ adds positions, typically 5 in total)

#

# In

Description

Parameter

Input

• Horizontal

Cylinder

• Vertical

Cylinder

• Rectangular

# in

# in

Cylinder

One domed end

Two domed ends

Spherical

Ellipsoidal

0-600

Parameter Input

(Manifold 1) Given name of manifold.

(1) Number of product in tanks.

(200.0 gal)

(5.0 gal)

(Yes)

Amount of increase to detect delivery.

Amount of decrease to detect theft.

Select Yes if this manifold is to appear on the

Compliance page and in the Regulatory report

(0.0)

The volume that will trigger the Low Product alarm.

(0.0)

(No)

(14%)

The volume that will trigger the Low Low Product alarm.

Enables SCALD tank testing

Required percent full to run SCALD test

(Product 1) Given name of product

(Unleaded

Regular)

(Default)

The type of product

Assigns colors to grades for identification in the touch-screen interface.

abc#

1-48

# gal

# gal

Yes / No

# gal

$ gal

Yes / No

#% abc#

Unleaded regular

Unleaded plus

Unleaded extra

Unleaded super

Diesel

Kerosene

#2 Fuel Oil

Ethanol

Special Product N

White, Blue, Red,

Yellow, Orange, Gold,

Green, Purple, Beige,

Brown, Gray, Black

Group Name

Special Products

Special N

Parameter Name

Parameter

Default

Description Parameter Input

Lines

Line#

Correction Type

API Gravity

Alpha

Density

Mole Weight

Vapor A

Vapor B

Number of lines

Name

Submersible Pump module

TPI

Submersible Pump Channel

Transducer

Enable SLLD

Product

Enable

Monthly Compliance

Annual Compliance

Pressure Up Test Wait Time

Catch Pressure Wait Time

Dispenser Pressure Test

Catch and Sudden Pressure

Test

Gross Test Enable

Monthly Tests

Enable

Wait Period Between Passed

Tests

Shutdown on Test Fail

Annual Tests

Fails Before Shutdown

Enable

Wait Period Between Passed

Tests

Shutdown on Test Fail

Fails Before Shutdown

Grades

(Table 6A)

(63-500)

As defined by the fuel provider

(600.000)

(500.0)

As defined by the fuel provider

As defined by the fuel provider

(130.000)

(12.101)

As defined by the fuel provider

As defined by the fuel provider

(8,907.000) As defined by the fuel provider

(1)

(Line 1)

Number of tanks in the fuel system

Given name of line

(Yes)

(Relay 1)

(4-20mA Input

1)

(Yes)

(None)

(No)

(Yes)

(Yes)

(4 sec)

(2 sec)

(Yes)

(Yes)

(Yes)

(Yes)

(0 Days)

(Yes)

(1)

(Yes)

(0 Days)

(Yes)

(1)

As defined by the fuel provider

(Relay Module) The module where the STP is connected

Table 6a

Table 6b

Table 6c

#

#

#

#

#

#

0-48 abc#

Relay Module

Power Supply Module

This option will appear if you select the Power

Supply Module

Select the Relay Channel or pump that is associated with this line.

Select the correct transducer for this line

Select yes to enable Statistical Line Leak

Detection software. This will disable the scheduling for Monthly Line Leak below

Select the Product associated with this line.

Select Yes to enable line leak detection.

Select Yes if this Line is to appear on the

Compliance page and in the Regulatory report.

Select Yes if this Line is to appear on the

Compliance page and in the Regulatory report for annual tank testing.

The amount of time to wait for Pressure to develop in the line after demand has been made

The amount of time to wait for the pressure in the line to stabilize after dispensing has finished

Select Yes if dispenser Pressure Test should be performed.

Select Yes if Catch and Sudden Pressure Tests should be performed.

Select Yes to Enable Gross leak test of 3 gph.

Select Yes to Enable monthly leak tests of 0.2 gph.

The amount of time the system will wait after a passed monthly test before starting another one.

Select Yes to disable dispensing upon a failed test.

The number of fails before the system will disable dispensing.

Select Yes to Enable Annual leak tests of 0.1 gph.

The amount of time the system will wait after a passed annual test before starting another one.

Select Yes to disable dispensing upon a failed test.

The number of fails before the system will disable dispensing.

Yes / No

Relays

Pumps

UNL Transducer

Premium Transducer

Diesel Transducer

Yes / No

Product N

Yes / No

Yes / No

Yes / No

1-8 sec

1-4 sec

Yes / No

Yes / No

Yes / No

Yes / No

0, 1, 7, 14

Yes / No

1-3

Yes / No

0, 7, 30, 90

Yes / No

1-3

Grade 1

First Tank

Second Tank

Blending Ratio

(Tank 1)

(None)

(100.00%)

Select the tank that Grade 1 is associated to.

Dependent on how many tanks and the tank names

Select a second tank if this grade is blended

Select the amount of product from the first tank abc abc

#%

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Group Name Parameter Name

Over Short Limit Percent

Over Short Limit Volume

Parameter

Default

(1.00%)

(130.0 gal)

Description

Gives the allowed amount on variance report

Combines with the Over Short % to give allowed volume variance

Parameter Input

0-100%

#

Reconciliation

Sales

Deliveries

(Yes)

(Yes)

The calculation of the variance will be based on Sales, Deliveries or Tank Volume. If all are selected, it will be based on the highest

Yes / No

Yes / No

Tank Volume (Yes) Yes / No

Autocalibration

Compliance

Tracking

Autostop Volume Coverage

Autostop Level Coverage

Autostop Number of Points

Coverage

Enable Notification

Assessment Time

(100%)

(80%)

(100)

(Yes)

(12:00)

How much volume must be used before the

Autocalibration stops.

How much level must be used before the

Autocalibration stops

How many tank chart points must be created before Autocalibration stops.

Allows the system to notify user about compliance warnings & alarms.

Determines the time that the system will assess the compliance status.

#%

#%

#

Yes / No

Time

Secondary Containment Monitoring

Group Name

Secondary Containment

Monitoring

Containment N

Parameter Name

Number of Containments

Name

Enabled

Pump Shutdown on Alarm

Submersible Pump Module

TPI

Submersible Pump

Channel

Transducer

Parameter

Default

(0)

Description

Select the number of containments present.

(Containment 1) Given name of the containment

(Yes)

(No)

Select Yes if this containment will be monitored.

Do you want to disable the pump on a containment alarm?.

(Relay module) Select the module that has control of the STP that is associated with this containment.

(No)

(Relay 1)

Select Yes if TPI is controlling the STP.

Select the channel that has control of the STP that is associated with this containment.

(4-20mA Input 1) Select the transducer that is associated with this containment.

Parameter

Input

0 - 48 abc#

Yes / No

Yes / No

Relay Module

Power Supply

Module

Yes / No

Relay #

Pump #

4-20mA

#

Rules

Group Name Parameter Name Parameter Default Description Options

Rules

: Rules are a logic-based programming that are driven off of “If” based Events and “Then” Based actions. Essentially: “If” this event occurs “Then” the console will perform a specified action.

Rule – New Rule #

Name

Enabled

Category

Code

(New Rule #)

(No)

(Any)

Given name of rule.

Yes to enable rule.

System that event occurs in to trigger action.

Error/Trouble Event Code that triggers action.

abc#

Yes/No

Events: Events can be both “If” logic and “Or” Logic. Therefore you can have several events trigger the same action. “If” Event 1 “Or” Event 2 occurs the console will perform a specified action.

Event

Type (New Alarm Occurred) Event type that triggers action.

New Alarm Occurred;

Alarm Status Changed;

Application Event;

Scheduled

(Any) Any, System, FMS, VRM,

SCM, Other

(see below)

Device

State

(Any)

(Any)

Device that created the alarm condition.

State of alarm to trigger action.

Various

Various

OTB

Action: Actions are sequentially “Then” / ”And” driven. Therefore, “If” an Event occurs “Then” the console will perform Action 1 and then Action

2 and then Action 3.

Action Type (E-mail) Action that will occur upon event E-mail, Report, Relay, Tank

Testing, Line Testing, Sentinel mode, Reconciliation, sound,

Notify SSA, Sample input,

STP Control, Generator

Address your,[email protected]

Where it will send e-mail

Contact

Template

Generated

Text

What e-mail format is used

E-mail Template

Generated, Text, HTML, Other

HTML, Text, short text

This sets up rules that are displayed on the One Touch Buttons (OTB) on the console’s Home page. The setup process is that same as Rules (above).

Web Browser Interface

Navigating Applications Remotely

The Web Browser Interface offers several ways to navigate through applications:

• Easy-to-read web pages that use hyperlink text (words or characters that, when clicked, take you to another page) to move through the menus,

• Text and drop boxes and buttons allow inputs to be made efficiently,

• On-screen prompts automatically pop-up instructions to verify each step.

Not all application functions, like Network Configurations, are available at all levels. To access these options, you need to be logged in at a high enough User Role.

Accessing the Web Browser Interface

1. To access the console using a computer, open a web browsing application.

2. Type the IP address (the default IP Address is 192.168.168.168) into the address bar of the browser window. To access the console using a remote PC, setup communications per Section 2 of this manual. When using a PC to access console applications through a direct or network connection, a T5 console incorporates a XML (eXtensible

Markup Language) based access method. If the console is equipped with an optional LCD screen, the connection settings may be modified using the touch screen function of the console.

Making Changes to System Parameters

1. To make any changes on a settings page, click Edit.

2. Once the preferred selections have been altered, click the confirmation option

Yes in the yellow shaded area near the top of the window.

3. At this point, the system may prompt for a password.

Password Prompting

After changes have been made to the consoles parameters, if the appropriate access level has not been entered, the system will prompt for a password.

If you haven’t obtained the appropriate access level, you will be prompted “Error: Insufficient privileges” in a colored area, near the top of the window.

1. Type the password for the access level required to save changes into the text-box and click Apply.

2. You will then be prompted again to save your changes; click the confirmation option

Yes in the yellow shaded area near the top of the window.

When you’ve finished configuring your programming options, keep system security in mind and, to prevent unauthorized personnel from gaining access to console configurations, lower the access level to Guest. To do this from the Web Browser

Interface, click TS-550/ 5000 evo System - Administrator access level. Notice that the User Role changes back to Guest.

Setup

The programming options for the Web Browser Interface are identical to the LCD interface; however, they are represented differently due to their respective graphical interfaces. Use the programming tables in Section 3 as a reference in programming your console with a web browser.

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Backup Setup Files

Download

Backup allows you to download the setup file and store it on any PC connected to the console. This file can be uploaded to the console to recover lost settings or copy settings from one site to another.

1. Open a web browsing application, type the IP address (the default IP address is 192.168.168.168) into the address bar of the browser window.

2. The console will navigate to the Home Status page, indicated by the word Status displayed in the header.

3. Left-Click once on Setup.

4. To download a site configuration, click Download. A File Download dialog box may appear, and, if it does, select Save to open an explorer window. (You may need to temporarily disable any pop-up blocker)

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5. Select a location to save the configuration file.

Then, type the File Name under where you want to save it.

Use something that identifies the file with the site and represents the date saved. Click Save.

Upload

When required, the backup configuration file will need to be reloaded onto the console to restore a previous setup. When

uploading, it is important to remember that network parameters may be affected by the change, rendering it unreachable from a remote location. If the downloaded file contains an IP address different from the one currently in use, someone will need to locally reprogram the correct address into the console in order to communicate remotely.

1. Open a web browsing application, type the IP address (the default IP Address is 192.168.168.168) into the address bar of the browser window. The console will navigate to the Home Status page, indicated by the word Status in the header.

2. Left-click once on Setup.

3. To upload a configuration file, click Upload on the Setup page. At this point, the console may prompt for a password if

the proper access level has not been obtained.

4. An Upload Confirmation window will open. Left-Click Browse to locate the correct file. Click on the file name, and then click Open.

This process may take a few moments for the console to apply the settings and reboot. To indicate that the update was successful, you will see this notification window.

The file is now stored in the location of your choice and ready to upload when necessary. It is recommended that a backup copy of this file is created and stored on another medium, to ensure that the file’s integrity is maintained.

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DIM Programming

1. For Web Browser programming capability, connect a computer to the T5 series tank gauge. (See programming section of this manual for connection information)

2. From the Home screen, click Setup

3. Click System Configuration, then Modules Expected.

Note: The TS-550/5000 evo can be built with the DIM module installed in the console. It is also possible to have DIM capability installed by a technician in the field. For information on installing the DIM module in the field, refer to DIM

Module Installation Guide (part 000-2044)

4. If the TS-550/5000 evo was sent with DIM capability, verify that under Modules Expected, DIM is set to 1.

5. If the DIM module was installed in the field, you may need to set DIM to 1. Click on Edit in the upper right corner of the screen to allow the DIM setting to be changed to 1.

6. Under Setup, click on Dispenser Interface / Precision.

7. Volume Precision refers to the number of digits to the right of the decimal. It will only affect how the information is displayed. Default is 3.

8. Dispenser Volume can be entered as Gross or Net.

a. Gross-not temperature compensated (typical US) b. Net-temperature compensated (typical Canada)

9. Under Dispenser Interface, click Dispenser Interface Modules

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10. Type refers to the manufacturer of the Dispenser Distribution box. Select the type from the drop down list.

Some typical examples:

• Gilbarco-Universal D-Box (PA0261 Series)

• Wayne-Wayne/Dresser D-Box

• GSite-Gilbarco MOC G-Site and Passport Systems

• Tokheim-M98, M94 Power Center, 67 DBoxes

11. Communication refers to the method of communication used by the corresponding distribution box.

Some typical examples:

• Current loop-Gilbarco PA0261x000011-PA0261x00020, Wayne/Dresser D-Box

• RS422/485-Gilbarco PA0261x000011-PA0261x000021

• RS232 Duplex-Gilbarco MOC G-Site Systems

12. Under Dispenser Interface, select Grades.

13. Number of Grades refers to the number of grades used at the site. Select the appropriate number from the drop down list.

14. Enter a Name for each grade entered in Number of Grades. This text box will allow entries of specific names per customer request.

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15. Under Dispenser Interface, select Fueling Points.

Note: A Fueling Point is anywhere a vehicle can stop and dispense fuel. Most dispensers have two fueling points. (front and back).

16. Select the Number of Fueling points from the drop down list.

17. Under Fueling Points, select Fueling Point 1.

18. Select the Number of Hoses from the drop down list.

Note: Hose is defined as “each type of product that can be dispensed from a fueling point” A fueling point with only one physical hose, but three available grades, would be entered as Number of Hoses = 3.

19. Under Fueling Point 1, select Hose 1, then Grade Association.

20. Select from the drop down menu the grade associated with Hose 1. Click OK.

21. Select

Position.

There are two ways to program the Hose Position:

• Manually-If you know the D-Box grade position you can manually select the Position number from the drop down list.

Query Button

• By selecting

Q next to the Fueling Point, the gauge will automatically Query the D-Box and fill in the information. For the

Query function to work, all equipment must be installed and connected, and all positions must be set to 0.

After hitting the Query button, you will be prompted that programming for that fueling point will be overwritten. Select OK.

You will then be prompted to dispense a small amount of product (approximately 0.03 gal.) Follow the on-screen instructions.

The positions will then be automatically entered into the programming. If other fueling points are identical, simply hit the

Copy button © and the positions will fill in. There is no need to re-query and dispense fuel if fueling points are identical.

Rules

Rules can be used to generate the DIM reports.

The following is an example of generating a daily reconciliation report:

In the example above, two rules are used. The first rule Rule-Reconciliation Report is used to define the start time of the reconciliation period. In this case, 5:00 a.m. The two actions are used to 1) Open a new period, which closes the last one, and 2) Generate a Summation Report. When a summation report is generated, it is stored, but not printed.

To print the report, a second rule is established. In the example, this is the Print Reconciliation Report rule. A DIM reconciliation report can be printed without using the last action from this rule, by selecting reports and then DIM

Reconciliation per the customer’s request.

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Dual DIM Installation

Some sites and dispenser configurations may require the use of a second DIM module that would be installed externally to perform reconciliation. This section outlines the special installation steps required to install a second

TS-DIM on a T5 series console.

Hardware Configuration

In order for the external TS-DIM module to communicate properly with the T5 series console a few jumpers will need to be adjusted. To make these adjustments the cover of the

TS-DIM will need to be removed to access the jumpers.

Top View of TS-DIM Main Board

J8

Host1/ Rs485

Pinouts for

J4 & J5

A 1

GND 2

J5 RS485 Link to next box

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

W2

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

W1

W3

RTS

+

-

Tx Rx Tx Rx Tx Rx

Diag Host1 Aux

J6

1 Adapter Connector

Device Address

The internal DIM module in the T5 series console will always be addressed as zero. By default an external TS-

DIM will come shipped with an address of zero also. For these two devices to exist on the same system the external

TS-DIM will need to have it’s address changed to one. Set the external TS-DIM’s address to one by placing a jumper on row 6 of W2.

Communication Settings

Once the external DIM has been addressed properly the communications for the Host 1 port will need to be changed to match the internal DIM communication settings. The internal DIM’s communication settings are: 9600 Baud Rate, 8 Data Bits, No Parity. To properly configure the communication setting on the external DIM you will need to place jumpers on the following rows 1, 2, and 3 of W1.

Jumper Detail

W2 W1

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

8

A1

A2

A3

BR 1

BR 2

DB (7/8)

P 1

P 2

Aux

Device

Address

6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

BR 1

BR 2

DB (7/8) Host 1

P 1

P 2

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Wiring the TS-DIM to a T5 Series Console

Turn off the main power source / all

Warning power sources that terminate in the console before working on or servicing this equipment. Failure to do so will create a lethal electrical shock hazard.

1. Make sure all power to the T5 Series console is turned off at the power source.

2. Locate the Communication Ports on the T5 series console.

3. Terminate the wires as follows: a. Wire 485A to Terminal 485A b. Wire 485B to Terminal 485B c. Wire S.RTN to Terminal GND

Note: There may be RS-485 interface wires already connected to the terminals. In this case, remove the wire(s) and splice them with the appropriate TS-

DIM wire. Reinsert these into the correct terminal and tighten the screw. Connect the other end

( RJ-45 connector) to the Host in the External DIM, not to the RS485

TS-TPI Overview and Functionality

Tank fuel management can be achieved using a Franklin

Fueling Systems TS-550/5000 evo Series Fuel Management

Systems and an FE Petro Turbine Pump Controller (STP-

SCI, SCIII, EcoVFC or MagVFC) through Turbine Pump

Interface (TPI). Refer to Bulletin TB1010-04 for connecting to an STP-SCIII controller.

Tank Fuel Management looks at percent (%) full volume of individual tanks and gives priority to the submersible pump needed to control tank inventories. Additional features and benefits of the Tank Fuel Management system include:

• Tank Overfill Protection

• Dry Tank Indication

• Automatic pump controller reset

• Clogged Intake Indication

• Pump in Water Indication.

• Use of additional pumps in the same group when demand increases

Tank Fuel Management can be used to keep tank levels similar, eliminating the need for a syphon system. Tank Fuel

Management can also be used to pump down one tank to a user defined level, and then switch over to the other tank for fuel dispensing. In either case, there must be at least one submersible pump in each tank.

TS-TPI Overview

The TS-TPI programming function allows the controllers to be “grouped” together, and be programmed for specific fuel management options. These options are NONE,

LEVELING, and PRIORITY

• NONE means NO level management for the selected pump group. (Default setting.)

• LEVELING mode seeks to maintain an equal level of fuel in each tank by placing pump controllers associated with the tank containing the most amount of fuel to priority. This will force the pump installed in the tank with the highest level of fuel to activate with the next activation of a dispenser switch.

Note: Leveling is achieved using level as percentage volume full. The tank gauge will look at levels in a tank as % full, and will attempt to keep that number equal between all tanks in LEVELING mode. If tanks are different sizes, the levels in tanks may not be equal, but the % full for each tank will be similar.

• PRIORITY mode tries to pump down one tank before switching to other tank(s). After choosing PRIORITY mode, the technician will program the RESERVE setting. The reserve level is input as a percent full in the tank. When the RESERVE level is reached for that tank, priority will switch to the pump in the other tank.

If both tanks are below RESERVE level the ATG will automatically use Leveling until tanks receive a delivery of fuel or reach Dry Tank Indication Levels.

Note: In both Leveling and Priority modes, the ATG chooses which pump will take priority. Because of this, the pump controllers should be set to

Master-

Slave, not Master-Slave / Alternating Circuit. If the pump controllers are configured for Master-

Slave / Alternating Circuit, the pumps will not turn on in a predicable manner. Tanks that are in Leveling or Priority mode are monitored and tested as separate tanks and should NOT be siphoned.

Other TS-TPI functions include;

Overfill Protection: when the LEVELING and PRIORITY modes are chosen, if a tank level rises above its high level limit, that tank will become the priority tank, regardless of what leveling mode is active. If the level in that tank continues to rise and reaches the high-high limit, all pumps in the group will be shutdown, except for the pump in the tank with the high-high alarm. In-line check valves used to prevent overfill conditions in manifolded tanks, such as those used with Red Jacket submersible pumps, are not required or recommended.

Note: The Overfill Protection feature will work correctly

ONLY when the high and high-high level alarms are programmed correctly. Failure to set high and high-high level alarms will result in a loss of overfill protection.

Dry Tank Indication: TS-TPI programming enables the user to enter a PUMP HEIGHT measurement (default is

5”). This is the distance between the bottom of the pump motor to the bottom of the tank. When the pump controller indicates an Under - Load condition and the product level is within 3” of the programmed PUMP HEIGHT measurement, an alarm on the tank gauge will indicate DRY TANK. When a delivery is made, the pump controller will automatically be reset.

Note: Because the TS-TPI resets the pump controller after a delivery is made, the Auto Restart feature on the pump controller must be disabled.

Clogged Intake Indication: The combination of a pump controller Under-load condition and a tank level that is at least 3” greater than the programmed PUMP HEIGHT measurement will cause a CLOGGED INTAKE indication.

Because the tank gauge is able to confirm that there is fuel in the tank, this alarm indicates a motor intake that is being blocked by a foreign object. Hence the pump stops and start for 3 times to try to remove the foreign object.

Pump in Water Indication: If the tank gauge records a water level that is within 2” of the programmed PUMP

HEIGHT measurement, the pump will become disabled. The tank gauge will indicate a PUMP IN WATER alarm.

TPI Setup

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Group Name Parameter Name

Power Supply

RS-485

TS-TPI

Enable Interface

Controllers A* Number of Controllers

Controller 1 Name

Enabled

Type

Address

Group

Tank

Height

Number of Inputs

Input 1 Type

Channel

Controller 2 Name

Enabled

Type

Address

Group

Tank

Height

Number of Inputs

Input 1 Type

Channel

Parameter

Default

(Yes)

Enables TS-TPI options.

(2) Number of controllers to be connected

Unlead Pump 1

Given Name of the pump controller

(Yes) Enables the controller.

Type of controller used

(Mag/ECO)

(Mag/ECO)

Description

(1)

Unique address of the controller

(0)

(1)

Controller group number (if a member of a group)

Tank associated with controller

(5.00 in)

Approximate distance of pump motor from tank bottom

(1) Number of inputs that will activate controller

AC Input Module

Select module that contains the input

Disp. 1/2 Unleaded Specific input that will activate the controller

Unlead Pump 2

Given Name of the pump controller

(Yes) Enables the controller.

Type of controller used

(1)

(0)

(1)

Unique address of the controller

Controller group number (if a member of a group)

Tank associated with controller

(5.00 in)

Approximate distance of pump motor from tank bottom

(1) Number of inputs that will activate controller

AC Input Module

Select module that contains the input

Disp. 1/2 Unleaded Specific input that will activate the controller

Max Value

Yes/No

31 abc#

Yes / No

Variable Frequency

Smart

3 phase smart

Smart I

Mag / Eco unknown

30

15

48

#

32

Modules listed

12 abc#

Yes / No

Variable Frequency

Smart

3 phase smart

Smart I

Mag / Eco unknown

30

15

48

#

32

Modules listed

12

* When in the Edit mode of Setup, an A will appear for AutoConfigure. When the AutoConfigure Option is used, the tank gauge will locate all of the controllers that are properly wired in the system and identify them.

Note: All DIP switch settings for the FE Petro controllers should be set as stand alone controllers, with the exception of the addressing. All controllers need to have a unique address that is NOT set to 0). Note that the SCIII must be placed in slave mode for TPI to function.

List of Alarms and Troubleshooting

For all alarms conditions, the troubleshooting steps provided in this chapter are suggested actions to take in the event of an alarm. Follow all site policy procedures set by local governing agencies in the case of a spill, leak, or malfunction. If the steps provided by this manual or the site policy are followed and the system still requires additional support, contact

Franklin Fueling Systems Technical Services.

Alarms are listed in sections for System Alarms, VRM Alarms, FMS Alarms, SCM Alarms, Wire Sensor Alarms, LLD

Alarms, TPI Alarms, Printer Alarms and Miscellaneous Alarms.

System Alarms

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

2-Wire Sensor Module is

Offline

Device

Slot

Description

2-Wire Sensor Module is offline due to unknown causes.

Recommended Actions

Follow safety procedures before working inside of the console.

Visually verify a steady, green “Run” light. If a red “Err” light is flashing or steady, try to reboot the system. If the condition still exists, contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

2-Wire Sensor Module

Setup Error

2-Wire Sensor module number mismatch

3-Wire Sensor Module is

Offline

3-Wire Sensor Module

Setup Error

3-Wire Sensor Module

Mismatch

4-20mA Module is Offline

4-20mA Module Number

Mismatch

4-20mA Module Setup

Error

None

Slot

Slot

None

Slot

Slot

Slot

None

Programming errors made during setup of the 2-Wire Sensor

Module.

2-Wire Sensor Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

3-Wire Sensor Module is offline due to unknown causes.

Programming errors made during setup of the 3-Wire Sensor

Module.

3-Wire Sensor Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

4-20mA Module is offline due to unknown causes.

4-20 mA Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

Programming errors made during setup of the 4-20mA Module.

Verify 2-Wire Sensor Module programming parameters. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical

Services Dept. for support on this issue.

At startup check that the number of 2-Wire Sensor Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration >

Modules Expected. On machines that are in service: Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the 2-Wire Sensor Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Follow safety procedures before working inside of the console.

Visually verify a steady, green “Run” light. If a red “Err” light is flashing or steady, try to reboot the system. If the condition still exists, contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Verify 3-Wire Sensor Module programming parameters. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical

Services Dept. for support on this issue.

At startup check that the number of 3-Wire Sensor Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration >

Modules Expected. On machines that are in service: Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the 3-Wire Sensor Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Follow safety procedures before working inside the console. Visually verify a steady green “Run” light. If a red “Err” light is flashing or steady, try to reboot system. If the condition still exists, contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Check that the number of 4-20mA Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules

Expected. Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the

4-20mA Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support

Verify 4-20mA Module programming. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept.

4-20mA Input Error

AC Input Module is Offline

AC Input module number mismatch

AC Input Module Setup

Error

AC Input Alarm

ChannelANA Errors have been detected in the an analog input channel

Slot

Slot

None

None

AC Input Module is offline due to unknown causes.

AC Input Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

Programming errors made during setup of the AC Input Module.

An input on the AC input module has been configured as an alarm and is active.

If the input is not being used, set the programming to reflect proper input type. If the input is being used as an analog signal, inspect the wiring and redo connections.

Follow safety procedures before working inside of the console.

Visually verify a steady green “Run” light. If a red “Err” light is flashing or steady, try to reboot system. If the condition still exists, contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Check that the number of AC Input Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules

Expected. Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the AC

Input Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Verify AC Input Module programming parameters. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Check the programming and voltage inputs for the specified Input channel on the AC Input module.

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Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Controller Module is

Offline

DIM module number mismatch

Internal Error #1

Invalid Configuration

Invalid Registration

IO Input Alarm

IO Module is offline

IO module number mismatch

IS Barrier Violation

LON module number mismatch

Power Supply Input Alarm

Power Supply Module number mismatch

Power Supply Module is

Offline

Power Supply Module

Setup Error

Printer Module Number

Mismatch

Probe Module is Offline

Probe Module Number

Mismatch

Probe Module Setup Error

Relay Module is Offline

Device

Slot

Slot

System

None

None

None

Slot

Slot

None

Slot

None

Slot

Slot

None

Slot

Slot

Slot

None

Slot

Description Recommended Actions

Controller Module is offline due to unknown causes.

DIM modules detected does not match the number programmed.

There is an internal buffer error occurring in the gauge.

The configuration that has been loaded is not valid.

The registration that is loaded is not valid.

An input on the Input/Output module has been configured as an alarm and is active.

The IO Module is not communicating with the Console

Verify the file type of the configuration which is being uploaded

If you have upgraded the site before, use the upgrade tool to restore the former registration. If you have not upgraded the site before, contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Check the programming and voltage inputs for the specified Input channel on the IO module.

IO Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

Non-Intrinsically Safe module placed in IS area; or IS Barrier is removed.

Lon Modules detected does not match the number of Lon Modules programmed.

An input on the Power Supply has been configured as an alarm and is active.

Power Supply Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

Power Supply Module is offline due to unknown causes.

Follow safety procedures before working inside the console. Visually verify a steady green “Run” light. If red “Err” light is flashing or steady try to reboot system. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin

Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Check that the number of DIM Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules Expected. If problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support

Contact FFS Technical Services for support

Inspect the IO module for error lights. If green light is flashing, recover the module. If the lights are off: Power down, remove / reseat the module and power back up. If problem persists, contact FFS

Technical Services for support

Check that the number of IO Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules Expected.

Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the IO Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Check the module configuration to ensure that a module has not been improperly placed. Power down and then remove / re-seat the IS barrier. If problem persists contact FFS Technical Services for support

Check that the number of LON Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules Expected.

If problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support. Also check that the Node ID does not conflict with another Node ID in the network

Check the programming and voltage inputs for the specified Low

Voltage Input channel on the Power Supply module.

Check that the number of Power Supply Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules Expected. Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the Power

Supply Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support

Follow safety procedures before working inside the console. Visually verify a steady green “Run” light. If red “Err” light is flashing or steady try to reboot system. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin

Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

The console may need to be reprogrammed.

Errors in the setup of the listed module.

Printer Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

Probe Module is not communicating with the console.

Probe Modules detected does not match the number of Probe

Modules programmed.

Programming errors made during setup of the Probe Module.

Relay Module is offline due to unknown causes.

Check that the number of Printer Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules

Expected. If problem persists, contact FFS Technical Support.

Follow safety procedures before working inside the console. Visually verify a steady green “Run” light. If red “Err” light is flashing or steady, re-seat module and reboot system. If the condition still exists, contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Support for help on this issue.

Check that the number of Probe Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules Expected.

Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the Probe Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Verify Probe Module programming parameters. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Support for help on this issue.

Follow safety procedures before working inside the console. Visually verify a steady green “Run” light. If red “Err” light is flashing or steady try to reboot system. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin

Fueling Systems’ Technical Support for help on this issue.

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Relay module number mismatch

Relay Module Setup Error

Secondary Containment

Monitor Setup Error

Set Date and Time

System bus error

System Setup Error

Device

slot

None

None

None

Slot

None

Description Recommended Actions

Relay Modules detected does not match the number programmed.

An error exists in the Relay

Module configuration

An error exists in the configuration of the Secondary Containment

Monitoring Setup.

System detected an issue with the date and time

Data transfer errors occurred in the System Bus.

There is an error in the Setup configuration.

Check that the number of Relay Modules installed matches the number programmed under System Configuration > Modules Expected.

Check for a flashing green light or no light at all on the AC Input

Module and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Inspect the Relay Module setup configuration for possible errors. Pay particular attention to if the module is configured for 10amps or not.

Inspect the Secondary Containment Monitor setup configuration for possible errors.

Check and set the system date and time.

Upgrade to the latest version of firmware available at: www.franklinfueling.com

Inspect the System setup configuration for possible errors.

FMS Alarms

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Alpha volume correction error

Annual Compliance Alarm

Device

Annual Compliance Warning Any

Tank

Any

API volume correction error

Correction table error

Density float error

Density error

Float height error

Float Missing

FMS configuration error

High product level

High high product level

High product volume

High High product volume

High water level

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

None

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Description Recommended Actions

This error is caused by a programming mistake in the

Special Products section.

The device listed has gone out of compliance

The device listed has 7 days before it will go into a compliance alarm

This error is caused by a programming mistake in the

Special Products section.

Level and Volume mismatch detected in Correction table programming.

A communication error has occurred involving the density float.

The density of the product is not within specifications.

This error could indicate that the wrong float type is installed or that a programming error has occurred.

Probe detects a lesser number of floats than programmed.

Conflicts exist within FMS

Application programming.

Verify Special Product Alpha volume correction program parameters.

Contact FFS Technical Services Department for assistance.

Pass a test or clear the alarm on the device.

Pass a test or clear the alarm on the device.

Verify Special Product API volume correction program parameters.

Contact FFS Technical Services Department for assistance.

Verify that all levels and volumes are entered accurately into the

Correction Table programming.

Verify programming and contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Enter setup and verify the information under density in the probe programming.

Review probe programming for proper float type, number of floats in the tank. (This would be an idea time to clean the probe and floats).

Review probe programming for correct number of floats. If correct then inspect probe shaft, floats, and float magnets. With the probes out of the tank, this would be an idea time to clean the probe and floats. If pressures meets requirements specified, contact Franklin

Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Verify FMS setting are correct in accordance with the site specifications.

Product level exceeded High limit set. Possible close to tank overfill condition

Product level exceeded High High limit set. Possible tank overfill condition.

The specified tank has reached the programmed High Product

Volume.

The specified tank has reached the programmed High High

Product Volume.

Water level exceeded High limit set.

Acquire an accurate product level. If actual product level in tank does not match the consoles displayed current level, verify programming is correct.

Acquire an accurate product level. If actual product level in tank does not match the consoles displayed current level, verify programming is correct.

Check product volume and compare to the programmed High Volume alarm Limit in the setup menu. Acquire an accurate product level and compare to the ATG. If levels differ, verify programming is correct. If alarm persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Check product volume and compare to the programmed High High

Volume alarm Limit in the setup menu. Get an accurate product volume and compare to the ATG. If levels differ, verify programming is correct. If alarm persists, contact FFS Technical Services.

Verify programmed level. If water is too high consult you local site policy procedures for corrective actions.

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Displayed Alarm /

Warning

High Water/Phase Sep

Device

Tank

Level error

Line monitor disabled

Low battery

Low product volume

Low low product volume

Mag installation error

Mag product alarm

Mag sensor configuration error

Mag sensor data error

Mag sensor float height error

Mag sensor float missing

Mag sensor missing

Mag sensor not learned error

Mag sensor synchronization error

Mag water alarm

Mag water warning

Manifold Delivery

Detected

Manifold Gross Leak

Detected

Manifold Leak Detected

Manifold low product volume

Manifold low low product volume

Manifold Leak Detected

Tank

Line

Tank

Tank/

Manifold

Tank/

Manifold

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Description Recommended Actions

Water/Phase Separation has exceeded the High Limit set.

Remove Water/Phase Separated product form the tank.

Product level exceeds tank diameter due to an error in console of programming.

Specified line is not enabled, so line leak test will not be performed.

Backup battery is low.

Product volume below Low limit set. The tank / manifold specified may be near empty.

Product volume below Low

Low limit. The tank or manifold specified may be near empty.

The specified TSP-DMS has an installation error

Verify tank, offset, and probe programming.

Verify line programming. If necessary enable line.

See Installation Guide for replacement instructions.

Acquire an accurate product volume. If actual product volume in tank does not match the consoles displayed current volume, verify programming.

Acquire an accurate product volume, and if does not match the consoles displayed current volume, verify programming.

The specified TSP-DMS has detected product.

An error has been detected in the configuration of the specified TSP-

DMS.

There is an error with the reported data from the specified TSP-DMS

The float height has exceeded the limits as learned.

The specified TSP-DMS is not reporting the level information for one or more float.

The console is not receiving any information from the specified

TSP-DMS.

The specified TSP-DMS was not properly learned.

Check the installation of the TSP-DMS, the sensor must be plumb.

If installation is correct, then try to relearn the sensor. If the problem persist, the sensor may need to be replaced

Inspect the sump for the presence of product.

Enter into the setup and inspect the TSP-DMS setup.

Inspect wire connections at the Mag sensor. If the problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Inspect wire connections at the Mag sensor. If the problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Inspect the Mag sensor for damage and redo the connections. If the

Problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services.

Inspect wire connections at the Mag sensor. If the problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services.

Enter into the Control > Mag Sensor screen and have the console learn the sensor.

The console is receiving incomplete or improperly timed data from the specified

TSP-DMS

The specified TSP-DMS has detected water.

The TSP-DMS has detected water above the preset limit.

A delivery has been detected on the specified manifold.

A leak in the specified manifolded tanks has been detected via a

SCALD test. Suspect possible leak.

A leak in the specified manifolded tanks has been detected via a

SCALD test. Suspect possible leak

The specified manifold has reached the programmed Low

Product Volume

The specified manifold has reached the programmed Low

Low Product Volume

A leak in the specified manifolded tanks has been detected via a

SCALD test. Suspect possible leak.

Inspect wire connections at the Mag sensor. If the problem persists, contact FFS Technical Services.

Inspect the sump for water.

Inspect the sump for water.

This is not an alarm and should only be a concern if there was not a delivery to the site at the specified date and time.

Review Tank Leak Test History and programming.

Refer to Tank Testing in the Operation Guide.

Review Tank Leak Test History and programming.

Refer to Tank Testing in the Operation Guide.

Check product volume and compare to the programmed Low Volume alarm Limit in the setup menu. Acquire an accurate product volume and compare to the ATG. If levels differ, verify programming is correct.

If alarm persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Check product volume and compare to the programmed Low Low

Volume alarm Limit in the setup menu. Acquire an accurate product volume and compare to the ATG. If levels differ, verify programming is correct. If alarm persists, contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Review Tank Leak Test History and programming. Refer to Tank

Testing in the Operation Guide.

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Manifold Theft Detected

Modem Error

Monthly Compliance

Alarm

Monthly Compliance

Warning

Net error

No data available

No probe detected

Probe synchronization error

Product volume error

RTD table error

System memory error

Tank Gross Leak Detected

Tank Leak Detected

Tank Product Density

High Limit Exceeded

Tank Product Density Low

Limit Exceeded

Tank SCALD Leak

Detected

Tank Delivery Detected

Tank Water/Phase Sep

Float Disabled

Tank Theft Detected

Temperature error

Ullage error

Unstable probe

Water volume error

Device

Tank

None

Any

Any

Tank

System

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

System

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Tank

Description Recommended Actions

The specified manifold has entered

Sentinel Mode and detects product leaving the tank that exceeds the programmed theft limits.

Indicates that a modem malfunction has occurred.

The device listed has gone out of compliance

The device listed has 7 days before it will go into a compliance alarm.

Product net levels exceed tank diameter

A communication issue has occurred between the probe and the console

The Console is not receiving any communication from the probe.

Communication between the probe and the Console is either incomplete or ill timed.

The Product Volume as reported by the probe has exceeded the limits of the tank.

RTD distance error; Special Probe programming error.

The system has detected a low memory situation.

Tank Gross leak test detected tank. Suspect possible leak.

Verify programming and accurate level / volume readings.

Try to recycle power on the console. Verify modem programming. If the alarm does not clear, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical

Services Dept. for support on this issue.

Pass a test or clear the alarm on the device.

Pass a test or clear the alarm on the device.

Verify tank, product offset and probe programming

Check for proper probe programming at the console and inspect wire connections at the probe. If the problem persists, contact FFS

Technical Services for support.

Check for proper probe programming at the console and inspect wire connections at the probe. If the problem persists, contact FFS

Technical Services for support.

Check for proper probe programming at the console and inspect wire connections at the probe. If the problem persists, contact FFS

Technical Services for support.

Check for proper probe and tank programming at the console. If programming is correct, inspect the probe to ensure that the float is not stuck in the riser or is otherwise obstructed.

Verify correct RTD programming. If issue still exists, inspect wiring to probe.If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’

Technical Services for support.

Contact FFS Technical Services for support.

Review tank leak test history and programming.

Refer to Tank Testing in the Operation instructions.

Tank leak detected. Suspect possible leak.

Review tank leak test history and programming.

Refer to Tank Testing in the Operation instructions.

The Product Density exceeds the programmed high limit.

The Product Density has exceeded the programmed low limit.

SCALD leak test detected tank leak. Suspect possible leak.

Verify programming if correct this alarm may be an indication of improper density of the fuel.

Verify programming if correct this alarm may be an indication of improper density of the fuel.

Review Tank Leak Test History and programming.

Refer Tank Testing in the Operation instructions

A delivery has been detected on the specified tank.

The Phase Separation Water Float has been disabled in setup

This is not an alarm and should only be a concern if there was not a delivery to the site at the specified date and time.

Verify Phase Separation Water Float level and enable the float in setup.

Product used in Sentinel Mode exceeds theft limit set. Suspect theft, and then verify theft limit in programming.

Special Probe RTD temperature error detected.

Ullage reported has exceeded tank capacity.

LL Liquid Level probes can send

FFSsistent data back to console.

Water volume has exceeded tank capacity.

Verify theft limit in programming. Also obtain an accurate product level and compare to inventory.

Verify correct RTD table programming. If problem still exists, suspect wiring or faulty probe.

Check for proper probe and tank programming at the console. If programming is correct, inspect the probe to ensure that the float is not stuck in the riser or obstructed. Bring the probe inside and wire directly to the gauge to eliminate possible problems with the field wiring.

Check for proper probe programming at the console and inspect wire connections at the probe. If the problem persists, contact FFS

Technical Services for support.

Check for proper probe and tank programming at the console. If programming is correct, inspect the probe to ensure that the colored water float is on the bottom.

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Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Device Description Recommended Actions

SCM Alarms

Containment Not Learned

Containment Program

Error Detected

Containment Program

Error Warning

Containment Pump

Request Ignored

Failed to Hold Vacuum

Failed to Reach Target

Vacuum

Low Vacuum

Low Vacuum And Pump

Request Ignored

Not Configured

Unstable Vacuum

Vacuum Sensor Failed

Vacuum Too High

SCM

SCM

SCM

The learning process has not been completed.

An error has been detected in the containment programming.

An error has been detected in the containment programming

Engineering The containment called for the

STP to turn on but has not seen an increase in vacuum level.

SCM

SCM

The rate of vacuum decay faster than the learned rate.

6”hg could not be reached in the learned time.

SCM The vacuum level has dropped below 1”hg.

Engineering Low vacuum level due to Pump

Request Ignored.

SCM Containment programming has not been completed

SCM

SCM

SCM

Vacuum level is fluctuating at a rate that is FFSsistent with the learned parameters.

The 4-20mA vacuum transducer has failed and is no longer detected

The vacuum level has reached above 10”hg

Refer to Secondary Containment Monitoring Installation and User’s

Guide 000-0528 for more information.

Wire Sensor Alarms

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Device

SN2 Sensor On

Description

ChannelSN2 Sensor shows alarm status.

SN2 Fuse Blown

Recommended Actions

ChannelSN2 2-Wire Sensor Module fuse blown due to unknown causes.

Inspect location for presence of liquid. In the case of a leak, follow site policy procedures. If no liquid is present, and alarm still exists, sensor may be tripped on error. Check wiring continuity from sensor to console. Test sensor at console, trip sensor on purpose. Verify console terminal wiring. If issue still exists, inspect wiring to sensor.

Contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services for support.

The fuses on the Sensor boards are non-serviceable per UL listing standards. The module must be replaced if the fuse is blown.

SN3 Data Error

SN3 Dry Well

SN3 Fuse Blown

SN3 High Brine

SN3 Low Brine

SN3 ID Error

SN3 No Signal

SN3 Product

ChannelSN3 Console has received erroneous data from sensor.

ChannelSN3 Monitoring well is dry.

ChannelSN3 3-Wire Sensor Module fuse blown due to unknown causes.

ChannelSN3 Brine solution has tripped high level brine sensor.

ChannelSN3 Brine solution has tripped low level brine sensor.

ChannelSN3 Discriminating sensor is given an improper ID.

ChannelSN3 Console is not receiving data from a discriminating sensor.

ChannelSN3 Discriminating sensor has detected product present at location.

Check wiring continuity from sensor to console. Test sensor at console, trip sensor on purpose. Verify console terminal wiring. If issue still exists, inspect wiring to sensor. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services for support.

Visually verify that the alarm is correct.

The fuses on the Sensor boards are non-serviceable per UL listing standards. The module must be replaced if the fuse is blown.

Verify actual level of solution and sensor installed location.

Verify brine level and sensor location.

Verify sensor programming and Auto configuration.

Verify programming of sensor type and wiring connection.

Visually inspect location carefully for presence of liquid. In the case of a leak, follow site policy procedures. If no liquid is present, and alarm still exists, sensor may be tripped on error. Check wiring continuity from sensor to console.

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

SN3 Pwr Short

SN3 Sensor On

SN3 Sump Full

SN3 Sync Error

SN3 Vapor

SN3 Water

Device Description Recommended Actions

Slot 3-Wire sensor malfunction.

ChannelSN3 Discriminating sensor shows alarm status.

ChannelSN3 3-wire sensor detected sump full of liquid.

If a 2-Wire sensor is used on a 3-wire module ensure that the red / pwr terminal is not used. If a 3-wire sensor is used, disconnect wires and see if alarm clears. If alarm clears inspect shorts in wiring.

If alarm stays at PWR short replace module. Contact Franklin Fueling

Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support.

Inspect location for presence of liquid. In the case of a leak, follow site policy procedures. If no liquid is present, and alarm still exists, sensor may be tripped on error. Check wiring continuity from sensor to console. Test sensor at console, trip sensor on purpose. Verify console terminal wiring. If issue still exists, inspect wiring to probe. If the condition still exists, contact Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical

Services for support.

Inspect location for presence of liquid. In the case of a leak, follow site policy procedures. If in alarm with no liquid is present, sensor may be tripped on error. Check wiring continuity from sensor to console.

Verify correct wiring and re-make the connections. Verify sensor type.

ChannelSN3 3-wire sensor data signals not in sync with module.

ChannelSN3 3-wire discriminate sensor detecting vapors at location.

ChannelSN3 3-wire discriminate sensor detecting water at location.

Visually inspect area for product presence. Verify the vapor level has been calibrated correctly.

Visually inspect area for water presence.

Line Leak Detector (LLD) Alarms

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

0.1 GPH Compliance

Expired

Device

Line

Description

A 0.1 gph test has not been completed within the last 365 days.

0.2 GPH Compliance

Expired

Line A 0.2 gph test has not been completed within the last 30 days.

3 GPH Compliance

Expired

Air in Line

Dispensing Pressure Test

Failed

Extended Hook Signal

Failed to Catch Pressure

Failed to Pressure Up

Gross Leak Detected

High Pump Pressure

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Recommended Actions

Verify that no pertinent alarm conditions have been reoccurring.

Ensure that there is enough time to pass the test.

The required daily 3 GPH test has not been completed.

Verify that no pertinent alarm conditions have been reoccurring.

Ensure proper seating pressure. If Firmware revision is older than 1.7.4.5535, upgrade to make use of the Statistical Line Leak

Detection enhancement.

Check for continuous pump on conditions that could be caused by a sticky handle switch or relay.

Air has been detected in the line.

Purge all air from the line starting at the furthest dispenser and working in toward the STP. Verify tightness of lines and investigate other sources for air infiltration.

Pressure during dispensing dropped below 7.5 psi. This is seen as a catastrophic leak during dispensing.

A hook signal has been detected for more than 60 minutes with the line pressure staying the same.

Inspect all sumps for product. Use a pressure gauge to test line pressure during dispensing. See “LS500 Auto Learn Line Leak

Detection Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145. Contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support.

Check for voltage to the AC-Input module. If issue still exists contact

Franklin Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support.

The pump OFF pressure has dropped below 7 psi within

1 second after the pump was turned off

The Line has called for the pump to turn on but did not see the pressure increase

The console has detected a line leak greater than 3 gph.

The Pump Off pressure has stayed above 49 psi for 3 consecutive times.

Inspect all sumps for product. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line

Leak Detection Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

Inspect all sumps for product. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line

Leak Detection Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

Inspect all sumps for product. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line

Leak Detection Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

Inspect all sumps for product. Ensure that no other check valves are used within the system. Observe multi-point line pressure readings during pump on and off using a pressure gauge in the line. If line pressure is high, there may be a blockage in the line. Refer to “LS500

Auto Learn Line Leak Detection Installation & User’s Guide”

FFS 000-2145 for more information.

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Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Line is not configured

Line Not Learned

Line Program Error

Detected

Line Pump Request

Ignored

Marginal Pass of Gross

Leak Test

Monthly Leak Test Failed

Not Enabled

Precision Leak Test Failed

Pressure Transducer Fail

Sudden Pressure Loss

Device Description Recommended Actions

Line Specified line is not configured, therefore line leak test will not be performed.

Specified line not learned.

Verify line programming. If necessary configure line.

Line Complete learn process, if any learn alarms occur follow the proper procedure. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line Leak Detection

Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

Verify programming of line under the setup menu.

Line An error has been detected in the programming of the specified line.

Engineering The line has called for the pump to be turned on but another application is currently using the

STP

Line

Line

Line

Line

The last passed gross test detected a leak just under the

3 gph threshold.

Verify that other applications are operating properly. Contact Franklin

Fueling Systems’ Technical Services Dept. for support.

Verify there is no sign of leaks within any of the sumps. Run additional tests. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line Leak Detection

Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

The Console has detected a line leak greater than 0.2 gph.

Inspect all sumps for product. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line

Leak Detection Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

Line testing has not been enabled. Verify no other alarm is present then enter the line control menu and enable the line testing feature.

0.1 GPH Line leak test failed.

Follow site policy on line leak procedures.

Line

Line

The transducer is not being detected by the console.

During a 45 minute quite period the pressure was seen to drop by a 2 times the learned 3 gph slope.

Inspect the wiring to the specified transducer and the channel it terminates at. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line Leak Detection

Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

Inspect all sumps for product. Refer to “LS500 Auto Learn Line

Leak Detection Installation & User’s Guide” FFS 000-2145 for more information.

TPI Alarms

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Capacitor Failing

Clogged Intake

Communication Failure

Controller Type Error

Dry Tank

Extended Run

Hardware Fault

High Temperature

Locked Rotor

Not Calibrated

Open Circuit

Device

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

Description Recommended Actions

The STP controller is reporting a capacitor failure.

The STP controller has reported a dry run condition but the associated tank shows a product level above the intake.

Communication from the TPI to the STP controller has failed. The

Console is seeing the controller but the controller is not responding to commands.

The programmed controller type does not match what the console is detecting.

The STP Controller has reported a dry run condition and the tank level is at or below the programmed intake.

The STP controller is reporting an extended run condition.

The STP controller is reporting is reporting a hardware fault condition.

The STP controller is reporting a high temperature condition.

The STP controller is reporting a locked rotor rating.

The STP controller is reporting that it has not been calibrated.

The STP controller is reporting an open circuit condition.

Refer to the applicable Smart controller Installation guide for details.

Ensure proper programming of the TPI and calibration of the Smart

Controller. If correct, check for an obstruction on the PMA.

Verify all wiring connections. Call FFS Technical Services Department for support.

Verify proper programming of the TPI as well as the Smart controller type and address.

Ensure proper programming of the TPI and calibration of the Smart

Controller. If correct, add fuel.

Refer to the applicable Smart Controller Installation guide for details.

Displayed Alarm /

Warning

Over Speed

Over Voltage

Pump Communication Fail

Pump In Water

Device

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

Relay Fault

Short Circuit

Unbalanced Load

Unbalanced Voltage

Under Voltage

Under Load

Unknown Fault

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

TPI

Description Recommended Actions

The STP controller is reporting an over speed condition.

The STP controller is reporting an over voltage condition.

Communication from the TPI to the STP controller has failed.

The water level has risen to within

3 inches of the programmed intake level.

The STP controller is reporting a relay fault error.

The STP controller is reporting a short circuit condition.

The STP controller is reporting an unbalanced load condition.

The STP controller is reporting an unbalanced voltage condition.

The STP controller is reporting a voltage level under 200VAC.

The STP controller is reporting an underload condition.

The STP controller is reporting an unknown fault code.

Refer to the applicable Smart Controller Installation guide for details

Check all wiring connections and ensure that there is power supplied to the Smart Controller.

Ensure proper programming of the TPI and calibration of the Smart

Controller. If correct, have water removed from the tank

Refer to the applicable Smart Controller Installation guide for details.

Check fault condition on Smart controller and contact FFS Technical

Services for more information

Printer Alarms

Check Printer

Printer Head

Temperature

Printer Motor

Temperature

Printer

Printer

Printer

Printer is out of paper, or the printer door is open.

Print head high temperature persists for at least 2 minutes

Printer motor has exceeded temperature limit

Make sure the printer has paper, and the printer door is closed completely.

Printer will resume printing and the alarm will clear after a short cooldown period. Keep the console area cool and ventilated. If the alarm does not clear, contact FFS Technical Support.

Allow printer to cool. Keep the console area cool and ventilated. If the alarm does not clear, contact FFS Technical Support.

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Appendix A - Standard Tanks Table

Legend

O/C = Owens Corning / FC Fluid Containment

D = Diameter (Dia.)

L = Length

S = Single Wall

DW = Double Wall Tank (DWT)

Type # Manufacturer Model

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

O/C Tanks

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

D5

DWT-4 (4)

D-5

DWT-4 (4)

D-2B

D-6

DWT-2 (6)

D-6

DWT-2 (6)

G-5

G-6

G-3

D-6

DWT-2 (6)

G-3

DWT-2 (8)

G-3

G-5

G-6

DWT-2 (8)

DWT-2 (6)

G-3

G-5

G-6

D-6

DWT-2(6)

G-3

G-5

G-6

DWT-2(8)

12,000

12,000

12,000

12,000

DWT-2(10) 15,000

DWT-2(10) 20,000

DWT-2(10) 25,000

DWT-2(10) 30,000

2,000

2,000

2,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

6,000

6,000

6,000

6,000

8,000

8,000

8,000

8,000

8,000

Capacity

(Gallons)

550

550

1,000

1,000

2,000

2,000

2,500

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

92 x 432

92 x 431

95 x 431

95 x 435

124 x 348

124 x 458

125 x 554

124 x 656

96 x 108

76 x 166

75 x 144

Dimensions

D x L (inches)

48 x 78

51 x 83

50 x 132

53 x 138

74 x 133

74 x 133

75 x 151

74 x 236

75 x 239

92 x 167

95 x 167

92 x 165

74 x 354

75 x 357

92 x 231

95 x 237

92 x 300

92 x 299

95 x 299

95 x 303

75 x 472

92 x 362

92 x 365

95 x 365

120 x 245

75 x 570

S

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S

S

S

S

S

S

DW

DW

S / DW

Wall

S

DW

S

DW

S

S

DW

S

S

S

S

DW

S

S

S

DW

DW

DW

DW

DW

S

DW

S

35

36

37

38

39

44

45

46

47

48

40

41

42

43

Type # Manufacturer Model

27

28

29

30

31

32

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

33

34

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes

Corespan

Corespan

Corespan

Corespan

Corespan

Corespan

Corespan

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Dimensions

D x L (inches)

96 x 147

75 x 263

96 x 180

76 x 252

75 x 353

96 x 246

97 x 251

96 x 312

97 x 317

96 x 378

97 x 383

124 x 257

125 x 262

96 x 444

97 x 449

124 x 288

125 x 293

124 x 353

125 x 359

124 x 452

125 x 458

99 x 162

99 x 192

99 x 216

99 x 282

99 x 342

99 x 402

99 x 576

44 Vertical

44 Vertical

(Dual 275 gal.)

44 Horizontal

4,000

5,000

6,000

8,000

10,000

12,000

15,000

275

550

8,000

8,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

12,000

12,000

12,000

12,000

15,000

15,000

20,000

20,000

Capacity

(Gallons)

3,000

4,000

4,000

4,000

6,000

6,000

6,000

DW

DW

DW

S

S

DW

DW

DW

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S

DW

S / DW

Wall

S

S

S

DW

S

S

DW

S

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Appendix B - Standard Products Table

Product Name

Leaded Regular

Unleaded Regular

Unleaded Plus

Unleaded Extra

Unleaded Super

Diesel

Kerosene

#2 Fuel Oil

Ethanol

LPG

API Gravity (6B Compensation)

63.5

63.5

62.8

62.8

51.3

32.8

41.8

32.8

46.1

146.0

Appendix C - Typical Tank Leak Test Times

Tank Sizes at Half Capacity

Tank Size in Gallons

4,000

Typical - Tank Leak Test Times (to Finish)

2.0 hours

6,000

8,000

10,000

12,000

15,000

20,000

3.0 hours

4.0 hours

5.0 hours

6.0 hours

7.5 hours

8.0 hours

Note: The Leak Threshold value is one half of the Leak Test value.

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