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MAINTENANCE UM348-1

TABLE 6-1 Power-Up Error Codes

ERROR

CODE

E110

E111

E214

E215

E216

E226

E236

DIAGNOSTIC

TEST

RAM - Verifies that each memory location can be written to and read from

PROBLEM

CONFIRMATION

Remove and reapply station power.

ROM CHECKSUM -

Verifies factory

Remove and reapply station power.

entered data

Verifies transient data Remove and reapply station power.

Verifies

Configuration and

Calibration Data

FB81 is active but there is no 340 capsule

FB82 is active but there is no temperature input board

FB85/86/87 is active but there is no pneumatic input board

Remove and reapply station power.

Remove and reapply station power.

Remove and reapply station power.

Remove and reapply station power.

CORRECTIVE

ACTION

Power down 348 and make sure

NVRAM chip and microcontroller chip are properly seated in sockets.

Power down 348 and make sure ROM chip and microcontroller are properly seated in sockets.

Press ENTER/EXIT CONF button.

The station loads default transient data and enters normal mode. Verify configuration and re-enter if necessary.

This error may lead to an E215 error as discussed below.

Press ENTER/EXIT CONF button.

The station defaults configuration and calibration data. Reconfigure and recalibrate all inputs and outputs.

Install option or press ENTER/EXIT

CONF button to remove FB from ESN table.

Install option or press ENTER/EXIT

CONF button to remove FB from ESN table.

Install option or press ENTER/EXIT

CONF button to remove FB from ESN table.

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On-Line Error Codes

The error codes in Table 6-2 will appear on the alphanumeric display if a failure is encountered during the

FIELDPAC's on-line operation.

TABLE 6-2 On-Line Error Codes

E1

ERROR

CODE

E2

E3

DEFINITION

MPU Board A/D

Error

340 Capsule A/D

Error

Temperature

Input A/D Error

PROBLEM

CONFIRMATION

Remove and reapply station power.

Remove and reapply station power.

Remove and reapply station power.

CORRECTIVE

ACTION

Replace MPU board.

Verify that the flex cable from

340 pressure sensor is properly and fully inserted into mating connector on MPU board. Check for visible damage. Power cycle the 348 to see if it occurs again.

Problem may either be sensor assembly or MPU board.

Replace either board to determine which board it is or contact

Moore Products Co. for service or replacement.

Verify the temperature input board is properly and fully inserted into MPU board connectors. Check for damaged or misaligned pins. Problem may either be temperature board or

MPU board. Replace either board to determine which board it is or contact Moore Products

Co. for service or replacement.

6.5 ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT

As is the case with most electronic assemblies populated with semiconductor components, precautions must be observed to prevent component damage from ESD (i.e., electrostatic discharge). Accordingly, a maintenance kit containing a wrist strap and a conductive mat must be used whenever an assembly, such as the display/keyboard panel, is removed from or installed in the station case.

Whenever an assembly is not installed in a station, it must be stored in a static shielding bag. These bags are 8" x

12" (20.3cm x 45.7cm) and are available from the factory under material code X6080. The MPU controller board requires a larger bag.

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When unplugging ribbon cable from an assembly be sure to grip the connector, not the ribbon wire. Care should be exercised when seating and unseating circuit boards.

Station calibration must be verified and if necessary calibrated after replacing any of the following plug-in circuit boards or modules:

MPU Controller Board

Pneumatic Input Board

Process Pressure Input Transducer

I/P Module (recommended)

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6.5.1 Upper Door Assembly

The upper door assembly uses 2 metal hinges and 4 captive screws to attach to the enclosure (refer to Figure 6-1).

Earlier versions of the upper door assembly used plastic molded hinges instead of metal hinges.

Captive

Screw

4 Places

Hinge

4 Places

Upper

Door

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4 Places

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FIGURE 6-1 Upper Door and Terminal Compartment Cover

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REMOVAL:

1. Loosen the captive screw at each corner of the upper door and swing the door open.

2. Place a conductive wrist strap on your wrist and ground the strap to the controller casting to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging an electrical component.

3. Refer to Figure 6-2 and disconnect the multi-color ribbon cable by opening the eject levers and carefully pulling the connector from the display interface board.

Upper Door

Captive Screws

4 Places

To Secure Door

Contrast Adjustment

(Backlit Display)

Contrast Adjustment

(Non-Backlit Display)

Connector Eject Lever

2 Places

Multi-Color

Ribbon Cable

Display Interface Board

(Non-Backlit Display)

Membrane Keyboard Cable

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FIGURE 6-2 Upper Door Assembly

4. Refer to Figure 6-2 and disconnect the membrane keyboard flexible-circuit ribbon cable from the display interface board by carefully pulling the black connector from the display interface board.

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5. Refer to Step A if door has metal hinges or Step B if door has molded hinges.

A. Remove the screws from the 2 metal hinges and take the door off.

B. Hold the controller in place and remove the upper door by continuing the door opening motion

Upper Door

Housing Casting

Metal U-Shaped Hinge

2 Places

4-40 X 0.375

Flat Head Screw

2 Places

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FIGURE 6-3 Rear View of Hinge Assembly

HINGE INSTALLATION:

1. Ensure the wrist strap is connected to the ground screw on the right side of the FIELDPAC enclosure.

2. Place the new door in its closed position over the housing casting and gently tighten the four captive screws.

3. Refer to Figures 6-1 and 6-3, and insert a hinge into the back edge of the door at the top rectangular opening.

Align the threaded hole in the hinge with the countersunk hole in the side of the door and insert a #4 flat head screw. Gently tighten the screw -- do not over tighten to avoid stripping hinge threads.

4. At the lower rectangular cutout in the door, insert and fasten the second hinge. Loosen the four captive screws securing the door. The door should now open and close freely.

5. If the display interface board removed above is to be installed, fasten it to the inside of the door using the original four screws. Be sure that the membrane keyboard ribbon cable connector extends to the left of the board, as it did with the original door.

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6. Connect the membrane Keyboard cable and the multi-colored ribbon cable to the display interface board.

7. Close the door and gently tighten the four captive screws. Remove the wrist strap.

6.5.2 TERMINAL COMPARTMENT COVER

To replace the Terminal Compartment Cover use the following procedure:

REMOVAL:

1. Open the terminal compartment cover by unscrewing the four 10-32 x 5/8" captive screws and swinging it open on its left hinges.

2. Refer to Figure 6-1 and carefully remove the two #4 screws from the hinges while holding on to the door..

3. Discard the defective cover.

INSTALLATION:

1. Remove the new terminal compartment cover from its shipping container. Place new cover in its closed position over terminal board area of housing and gently tighten the four captive screws.

2. Refer to Figures 6-1 and 6-3 and insert a hinge into the back edge of the cover at the top rectangular opening.

Align the threaded hole in the hinge with the countersunk hole in the side of the cover and insert a #4 flat head screw. Gently tighten the screw -- do not over tighten to avoid stripping the hinge threads.

3. At the lower rectangular cutout in the cover, insert and fasten the second hinge. Loosen the four captive screws securing the cover to the housing. The cover should open and close freely.

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6.5.3 AC Power Supply

To replace or install the AC power supply, refer to Figure 6-4 and use the following procedure:

REMOVAL:

1. Turn OFF power to the FIELDPAC.

MAINTENANCE

WARNING

Electrical shock hazard - Remove power from the FIELDPAC before removing the AC power supply.

2. Connect a wrist strap to the ground screw on the right side of the FIELDPAC enclosure.

3. Open the display/keyboard cover assembly by unscrewing the four 10-32 x 5/8" captive screws and swinging it open to the left on its hinges.

4. Remove the four 4-40 x 1.5" screws that secure the AC power supply to the four stand-offs on the MPU controller board.

5. Unplug the defective AC power supply module from its mating connector on the MPU controller board.

INSTALLATION:

1. Ensure power is OFF at the FIELDPAC and wrist strap is connected to the ground screw on right side of

FIELDPAC enclosure.

WARNING

Electrical shock hazard - Remove power from the FIELDPAC before installing the AC power supply.

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Power Suppply

Controller Board

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Standoffs

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FIGURE 6-4 Power Supply Removal/Installation

2. Remove the new AC power supply module from its static shielding bag.

3. Check the presence and security of the four 1" stand-offs on the MPU controller board. If necessary, install and/or tighten the stand-offs.

4. Line up the connector pins of the new AC power supply with the mating connector on the MPU controller board and push the power supply against the MPU controller board until the connector pins are properly engaged and the Power Supply rests on the 1" stand-offs.

5. Insert the four 4-40 x 1.5" screws into the appropriate holes in the power supply and secure it to the four standoffs.

6.5.4 Temperature Sensor Board

To replace or install the temperature sensor board, refer to Figure 6-5 and use the following procedure:

REMOVAL:

1. Remove power from the FIELDPAC.

2. Connect a wrist strap to the ground screw on the right side of the FIELDPAC enclosure.

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3. Open the display/keyboard cover Assembly by unscrewing the four 10-32 x 5/8" captive screws and swinging it open on its left hinges.

4. Remove the four 4-40 x 0.25" screws and associated flat washers that secure the temperature sensor board to the four standoffs on the MPU controller board.

5. Unplug the defective temperature sensor board from its mating connectors on the MPU controller board.

Controller Board

Temperature Sensor

Board

Temperature Sensor Board Installation

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FIGURE 6-5 Temperature Sensor Board Removal/Installation

INSTALLATION:

1. Ensure power is OFF at the FIELDPAC and wrist strap is connected to the ground screw on right side of

FIELDPAC enclosure.

2. Remove the new temperature sensor board from its static shielding bag.

3. Check the presence and security of the four 1" standoffs on the MPU controller board. If necessary, install and/or tighten the standoffs

.

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4. Line up the connector pins of the temperature sensor board with the mating connectors on the MPU controller board and push the temperature sensor board against the MPU controller board until both connectors are properly engaged and the board rests on the 1" standoffs.

5. Insert four 4-40 x 0.25" screws (with flat washers) into holes in the temperature sensor board and secure to the four standoffs.

6.5.5 Pneumatic Input Board

To replace or install a pneumatic input board, refer to Figure 6-6 and use the following procedure:

REMOVAL:

1. Remove power from the FIELDPAC.

2. Connect a wrist strap to the ground screw on the right side of the FIELDPAC enclosure.

3. Open the display/keyboard cover Assembly by unscrewing the four 10-32 x 5/8" captive screws and swinging it open on its left hinges.

4. Remove the four 4-40 x 0.25" screws and associated flat washers that secure the pneumatic input board to the four standoffs on the MPU controller board.

5. Disconnect the pneumatic tubing from the manifold.

6. Unplug the defective pneumatic input board from its mating connector on the MPU controller board.

INSTALLATION:

1. Ensure power is OFF at the FIELDPAC and wrist strap is connected to the ground screw on right side of

FIELDPAC enclosure.

2. Remove the new pneumatic input board from its static shielding bag.

3. Check the presence and security of the four 1" standoffs on the MPU controller board. If necessary, install and/or tighten the stand-offs.

4. Line up the connector pins of the pneumatic input board with the mating connector on the MPU controller board and push in the pneumatic input board until it rests on the 1" standoffs.

5. Insert the four #4-40 x 0.25" screws into the appropriate holes in the pneumatic input board and secure it to the four stand-offs.

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6. Check to see that a valve body (P/N 16161-80) is installed in the enclosure manifold for each pneumatic input used (one or three). If this is a replacement installation, a valve body will already be in place for each input. In upgrade installations, a valve body must be installed (using non-permanent Loctite) for each needed input.

7. Connect the pneumatic tubing originating at the pneumatic input board to the corresponding pneumatic connection(s) at the enclosure manifold.

Controller Board

Connectors

Pnuematic Input

Board

Pnuematic Tubing

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FIGURE 6-6 Pneumatic Input Board

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6.5.6 Pneumatic Output Board

To replace or install the pneumatic output board, refer to Figure 6-7 and use the following procedure:

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Pneumatic Output

Board

Pneumatic Output Board Installation

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FIGURE 6-7 Pneumatic Output Board

REMOVAL:

1. Remove power from the FIELDPAC.

2. Connect a wrist strap to the ground screw on the right side of the FIELDPAC enclosure.

3. Open the display/keyboard cover assembly by unscrewing the four 10-32 x 5/8” captive screws and swinging it open on its left hinges.

4. Remove the pneumatic output board by unscrewing the single captive screw, and unplug the board from its mating connector on the MPU controller board.

INSTALLATION:

1. Ensure power is OFF at the FIELDPAC and wrist strap is connected to the ground screw on right side of

FIELDPAC enclosure.

2. Remove the new pneumatic output board from its static shielding bag.

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3. Line up the connector pins of the pneumatic output board with the mating connector on the MPU controller board and push the pneumatic output board against the MPU controller board until the connector is properly engaged.

4. Tighten the single captive screw to secure the board to the enclosure.

6.5.7 Direct Pressure Sensor Input

To replace or install the direct pressure sensor input, refer to Figure 6-8 and use the following procedure.

REMOVAL:

1. Remove power from the FIELDPAC.

2. Ground the wrist strap.

3. If removing a Model 340D sensor, remove two screws securing the mounting bracket from the sensor.

4. Open the upper door assembly by unscrewing the four captive screws and swinging it open on its left hinges.

5. Unplug the sensor connector from the MPU controller board.

6. Remove the retaining screw.

7. Remove the 1/4 plug/set screw using an allen wrench.

8. Remove the sensor by carefully pulling it out of the enclosure.

INSTALLATION:

1. Ensure power is OFF at the FIELDPAC and the wrist strap is grounded.

2. Remove the sensor from its packaging.

3. Insert the sensor into the rear of the enclosure. Notice the orientation shown in the Figure.

4. When using a Model 340 A/G Sensor, install the retaining screw inside the enclosure.

5. Connect the cable to the MPU controller board. Notice that the connector is keyed.

6. Install the ¼ plug/setscrew, using an allen wrench, to secure the sensor.

7. If installing a Model 340D Sensor, install the mounting bracket.

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U-Shaped Hinge

Upper Door Shown

Nameplate

4-40 X 0.375

Backplate with Sensor

Mounting Hole and Plug

MPU Controller

Board

P4

Setscrew

Upper Door

Power

Supply

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High Pressure Port Symbol

Sensor, Model 340D or

Model 340A/G with

Tantalum Diaphragm

Sensor, Model 340A/G

Retaining Screw Hole,

O-Ring, Then Snap Ring

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Pneumatic

Input Board

I/P Module

Lower Door

FIGURE 6-8 Direct Pressure Sensor Input

6.5.8 MPU Controller Board

To replace or install the MPU controller board, refer to Figure 6-9 and use the following procedure:

REMOVAL:

1. Remove power from the FIELDPAC.

2. Ground the wrist strap.

3. Open the upper door assembly by unscrewing the four captive screws and swing it open on its left hinges.

Disconnect the MPU controller board

ribbon cable from the display board.

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4. Remove and label all wiring connections. If a direct pressure sensor Input is installed, refer to “Direct Pressure

Sensor Input” section and remove the direct pressure sensor Input. If a pneumatic input board is installed, disconnect the pneumatic tubing from the pneumatic connections at the enclosure manifold.

5. Remove the eight screws which attach the rear plate to the enclosure.

6. Remove the nine screws which attach the board to the case.

7. Lift the board from the case.

INSTALLATION:

1. Ground the wrist strap.

2. Remove the circuit board from the static shielding bag.

3. Lower the board onto the case and connect it by installing the nine screws.

4. Connect the rear plate to the enclosure by installing the eight screws.

5. Install the direct pressure sensor Input and the pneumatic tubing connections, if necessary.

6. Reconnect all wiring connections to the terminal blocks.

7. Connect the MPU controller board ribbon cable to the Display board.

8. Close the upper door assembly and secure it using the four captive screws.

9. Reconfigure and calibrate the MPU controller board.

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Enclosure

MPU Board

Back Plate

FIGURE 6-9 MPU Controller Board

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6.6 RECOMMENDED SPARE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS

It is recommended that one spare of each of the following items be stocked for every 1 to 25 units in service:

Fuses

Display/Keyboard Cover Assembly

AC Power Supply

Temperature Sensor Board (if used)

Pneumatic Input Board (if used)

Pressure Sensor (if used)

I/P Module (if used)

MPU Controller Board

The Parts Lists in the back of this manual lists the Model 348 Field Mounted Controller module assemblies and parts that are available from the factory.

IMPORTANT

When ordering a replacement or spare assembly, provide the following data from the assembly to be replaced or spared: part number, software version, and serial number.

An item being returned to the factory should be packaged in its original shipping container. Otherwise, package for safe shipment or contact the factory for shipping recommendation. Send package to one of the addresses given in the Warranty Statement.

IMPORTANT

A circuit board must be placed in a static shielding bag before it is packaged for shipment.

6.7 MAINTENANCE RECORDS

An accurate record keeping system for maintenance operations should be established and kept up to date. Data extracted from the record can serve as a basis for ordering supplies such as spare parts. In addition, it is useful as a troubleshooting tool by providing historical maintenance data. Scheduled and unscheduled maintenance should be recorded.

6.8 TO RETURN EQUIPMENT

Call the Service Department at +1 215 646 7400, ext. 4RMA (4762) weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. Eastern Time to obtain an RMA number. Mark the RMA number prominently on the outside of the shipment.

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When calling for an RMA number, provide the reason for the return. If returning equipment for repair, failure information (e.g., error code, failure symptom, installation environment) will be requested. A purchase order number will also be needed.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be included with each item being returned that was stored or used anywhere hazardous materials were present.

PACKAGING

Package assembly in original shipping materials. Otherwise, package it for safe shipment or contact the factory for shipping recommendations.

A module must be placed in a static shielding bag to protect it from electrostatic discharge.

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7.0 CONFIGURATION

Configuration is accomplished by designing and then entering a controller strategy into the FIELDPAC to meet an individual process requirement. This is done by selecting function blocks from an available library, deciding how to interconnect them, and entering this configuration into the FIELDPAC.

The simplest way is to select a Factory Configured Option (FCO) and make minor changes, as necessary, to meet individual requirements. This approach will satisfy a large percentage of process control designs. The FCO's are documented in section 9 of this manual.

In cases where a ‘Design From Scratch’ approach is used, the following guidelines will be useful in completing a configuration:

Draw a diagram of the blocks and the interconnections. Include the identifying numbers and letters of all block inputs and outputs that are used. The diagrams of the FCO's in “FCO” section are examples of these diagrams.

The main purpose of the diagram is to illustrate the operation of the controller design and assist in filling out the

Configuration Documentation in Appendix B.

Complete the configuration booklet, filling in the parameters for all the function blocks being used. Some parameters, particularly the Soft (S), may not be know initially and can be filled-in at a later time.

7.1 CONFIGURATION MODES

T - Execution Sequence Numbers (ESN) should be assigned to each function block being used. The ESN is usually not critical, but inputs to a block should normally be executed before the block executes. It is also recommended to skip numbers to allow for future additions. Numbers 00 to 99 can be used, with 00 indicating that the block is not being used. Only those blocks with non zero execution numbers are active in the other configuration modes, thus limiting entry of configuration parameters to blocks of your choosing.

H - Hard Configuration, generally assigns specific block functions and interconnections (function blocks are 'wired' together). Block inputs can be assigned numbers from 00 to 99 representing outputs from other blocks.

S - Soft Configuration, generally covers variable parameters such as tuning constants, gains, etc. that may change periodically depending on the application.

C - Calibration is provided to standard requirements when shipped from the factory and should not be required unless changes are necessary. Complete information regarding calibration can be found section 4.

V - View allows each block output to be viewed as a 0-100% value. This mode is useful in the troubleshooting of configuration designs.

F - Factory Configured Options are available to simplify the entry of many standard configuration requirements.

These designs can also be used as guides for individual designs.

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Enter the information from the configuration booklet into the FIELDPAC using the pushbuttons on the faceplate.

Detailed information on the use of the pushbuttons can be found under “Operator's Display” section.

PB1

PB2

AUTO

MAN

P -888888 ABCD

S P

100

80

60

40

20

0

CLOSED VALVE OPEN

D

ENTER

EXIT

CONF

TUNE

TAG

STORE

ACK

STEP

UP

ALARM

STEP

DOWN

Check the configuration by simulating inputs and monitoring the outputs. Individual block outputs can be viewed using the View Mode (V).

A Configuration Software Package is also available that simplifies the configuration process. This software will enable the uploading of existing configurations, resident in the Field Mounted Controller, and provide the capability of editing the configuration and saving it to disk. Configurations can also be printed in a form very similar to the

Configuration Booklet. The software also provides for the downloading of a configuration to a Field Mounted

Controller.

The configuration controls on the faceplate of the Model 348 are used to select a specific parameter and then enter a value for that parameter. This page provides an overview of that procedure. For those familiar with the Model

352, the functions are very similar but there are some differences. Read this page carefully (e.g. the ----> button changes the digit that will be changed by the UP/DOWN arrow buttons).

ENTER

EXIT

CONF

Push to enter the Configuration Mode. Enters at the menu level. The Step Down button will move you to a new configuration level.

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S

Alphanumeric Display

Push Up/Down Buttons to change

ACK

STEP

UP

ALARM

STEP

DOWN

FUNCTION BLOCK LEVEL

S 0 1

Alphanumeric Display

Push Up/Down Buttons to change

ACK

STEP

UP

ALARM

STEP

DOWN

PARAMETER LEVEL

S d V 1

Alphanumeric Display

Push Up/Down Buttons to change

ACK

STEP

UP

ALARM

STEP

DOWN

VALUE LEVEL

TUNE

1 2 0 S d V 1

Alphanumeric

Display

Push Up/Down Buttons to change value

Push D Button to move Decimal

Point if applicable

Use Arrow Button to select digit to be changed

ACK

STEP

UP

ALARM

STEP

DOWN

CONFIGURATION

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TAG

STORE

Push to store value in the display

(only active at the Value Level)

ENTER

EXIT

CONF

Push to Exit Configuration

(Active at any level)

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The operators display can be configured to meet individual requirements using the parameters available in FB15.

This page provides an overview of this display from an operator's perspective.

PB1

PB2

AUTO

MAN

P -888888 ABCD

S

100

P

80

60

40

20

0

CLOSED VALVE OPEN

D

ENTER

EXIT

CONF

TUNE

TAG

STORE

ACK

STEP

UP

ALARM

STEP

DOWN

Digital Display

Displays operator and configuration information. Located at the top of the faceplate, it includes: one alphanumeric character to indicate the variable being displayed; a minus sign; six characters to indicate the numeric value of the variable (also used in configuration for parameter selections); four alphanumeric characters to indicate engineering units, status mnemonic, or configuration mnemonics.

D Pushbutton

Used to step the digital display through a sequence of the following variables which may be active depending on the individual configuration.

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P - Process. The digital value of the variable displayed in the vertical bargraph P. The 4-character alphanumeric, displays the configured engineering units. In cases where 2 loops have been configured (e.g. Cascade) two process variables are available and the configuration should provide a means (e.g. PB1, PB2, ...) to select the proper process variable for display.

S - Setpoint. The digital value of the variable displayed in the vertical bargraph S. The 4-character alphanumeric will display the configured engineering units, the same as the Process in a Loop configuration. When the setpoint is displayed, the value can be changed, provided the setpoint is active and not in a tracking mode. In cases where 2 loops have been configured (e.g. Cascade) two setpoints may be available and the configuration should provide a means (e.g. PB1, PB2, ...) to select the proper setpoint variable for display and change.

V/O - Valve/Output. The digital value of the variable displayed in the horizontal bargraph. The 4-character alphanumeric will display PRCT for this variable. In cases where 2 loops have been configured two valve/output signals may be available (e.g. Cascade, generally will only have one valve) and the configuration should provide the means (e.g. PB1, PB2, ...) to select the proper valve variable for display and change. This variable is configurable for display as VALVE or OUT. The figure shows the faceplate with VALVE configured. When OUT is configured, the words over the bargraph will be blanked out and '0 OUT 100' will appear under the bargraph. The horizontal bargraph action can also be configured as DIRECT or REVERSE. This is useful when the bargraph is indicating the valve position and a full bargraph always indicates an OPEN valve. The digital display, in either case, will display the value in percent.

X - The digital value of the variable X. The 4-character alphanumeric will display the configured engineering units for this variable. This is active, only when INX is configured for FB15.

Y - The digital value of the variable Y. The 4-character alphanumeric will display the configured engineering units for this variable. This is active, only when INY is configured for FB15.

R - The value of the RATIO. This will only be displayed when FB07 is active.

B - The value of the BIAS. This will only be displayed when FB08 is active. BIAS can be configured for display as PRCT or the engineering units of the variables P1 (Process 1), P2 (Process 2), X, or Y.

C - The total counts of the totalizer block FB16. The 4-character alphanumeric will display the count units (e.g.

GAL).

M - The Multiplier to be used with the count (e.g. if the display has a value of 120 and M = 1000, the actual count would be 120,000 GAL).

1 - The value of Preset 1 for the totalizer. This will have the same units and multiplier as COUNT.

2 - The value of Preset 2 for the totalizer. This will have the same units and multiplier as COUNT.

PB1 Pushbutton

A general purpose pushbutton associated with FB23 that can be configured as momentary or sustained and used in a variety of applications from starting or stopping logic functions to switching between loops. LCD triangle

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indicators show the position of the sustained pushbutton action. This particular button is also reserved for selecting

Console/Local control, if required.

PB2 Pushbutton

A general purpose pushbutton associated with FB11 that can be configured as momentary or sustained and used in a variety of applications. LCD triangle indicators show the position of the sustained pushbutton action.

AUTO/MAN Pushbutton

This pushbutton is usually associated with A/M Transfer Switch #1 (FB14) and may also be associated with A/M

Transfer #2 (FB55) when two loops have been configured. The LCD triangle indicators show the position of the sustained pushbutton action. This function should always be associated, through configuration, with the signal being displayed as the Valve or Output.

UP/DOWN Pushbutton

These pushbuttons change the value of the displayed variable (e.g. when B is displayed, the buttons change the

BIAS value). The one exception is that the Valve/Output can still be changed while displaying the respective

Process variable.

Status Window

The four character display will normally show the engineering units of the displayed variable. When a status condition occurs, such as an alarm, the status will stack up behind the engineering units and can be viewed by pressing the ACK pushbutton. When a status is present, the decimal points in the four character display will blink.

This indicates that the window for the statuses, can be opened to view them. While viewing the statuses the blinking will stop. If the ACK button is not pressed for 5 seconds, the window will close, again displaying the engineering units.

The status display will have the following format:

A2*3

The first two characters indicate the status condition (e.g. A2 represents Alarm #2). The asterisk indicates that at least one of the statuses is an active alarm and the number indicates the total number of statuses that can be displayed. The complete list of status mnemonics is in table 1 of the FB15 description.

Bargraph Flashers

Any of the status conditions can be configured (parameters HFL1 to HFL5 in FB15) to cause the bargraphs to flash. When a status condition occurs that has been configured, the bargraphs will flash on & off and the status window will open automatically showing the status mnemonic that caused the flashing to occur. When the flashing has been acknowledged and there are no more flashing statuses, the status window will return to normal operation, and display any engineering units.

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TUNE Pushbutton

Pressing the TUNE button will first cause 'LOOP 1 TUNE' to appear in the 4-character display if FB13 has been configured. When 'LOOP _ TUNE' has been selected, repeated pressing of the STEP DOWN button will step through the tuning parameters for that loop controller. STEP UP will reverse the sequence.

TAG Pushbutton

Pressing the TAG button will cause the loop tag\s (as configured in FB15) to scroll through the 4-character display.

The time required to scroll the tag is also configurable in FB15.

ALARM Pushbutton

Pressing the ALARM button will first cause 'LOOP 1 ALM' to appear in the 4-character display if FB12 has been configured. Pressing the ---> button will cause 'LOOP 2 ALM' to appear if FB73 has been configured. Repeated pressing of the STEP DOWN button will step through the tuning parameters for that loop alarm. STEP UP will reverse the sequence.

ACK Pushbutton

The ACK button can be used to open the 4-character window to display and step through any active statuses (e.g.

Alarms). It is also used to acknowledge flashing bargraphs and the associated status.

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UM348-1 FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.0 FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

This section provides a detailed description and specifications for each function block type. It also provides function block connection details and listings of all configuration parameters.

TABLE 8-1 Function Block by Type

FUNCTION BLOCK

TYPE

8.1 Analog Input

8.2 Analog Output

8.3 Digital Input

8.4 Digital Output

8.4.1

8.4.2

8.4.3

FUNCTION BLOCK

NAME

Analog Input #1, #2, #3

Analog Output #1, #2

Digital Input #1, #2

8.5 Pressure Sensor Input Pressure Sensor Input

8.6 Temperature Sensor Temperature Sensor

8.7 Pneumatic Input

8.8 Controller

8.8.1

8.8.2

8.8.3

8.8.4

Digital Output #1, #2

Isolated-Digital Output #1, #2

Pulse Integrator

Pneumatic Input #1, #2, #3

PID Controller #1, #2

PD Controller #1, #2

ID Controller #1, #2

PIDA Controller #1, #2

8.9 Transfer

8.9.1

8.9.2

8.9.3

8.9.4

8.10 Track & Hold

8.10.1

8.10.2

8.10.3

8.11 Signal Selector

8.12 Logic

8.12.1

8.12.2

8.12.3

8.12.4

A/M Transfer #1, #2

PB Transfer #1, #2

General Purpose Transfer

Triple Transfer Switch

Setpoint Track & Hold #1, #2

General Purpose Track & Hold

General Purpose Hold

Override Selector

Logic #1 - #9

Delay Timer

One Shot Timer

Repeat Cycle Timer

FUNCTION BLOCK

NUMBER

1, 2, 25

3, 29

6, 30

4, 5

32, 33

28

81

82

85, 86, 87

13, 45

13, 45

13, 45

13, 45

14, 55

23, 11

49

71

17, 46

18

19

10

20, 21, 48, 50, 61, 62, 88, 89,

90

65

67

47

PAGE

NUMBER

8-4

8-5

8-6

8-7

8-8

8-9

8-10

8-11

8-12

8-13

8-15

8-17

8-19

8-21

8-23

8-24

8-25

8-26

8-27

8-28

8-29

8-30

8-31

8-32

8-33

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8.13 Ratio & Bias

8.13.1

8.13.2

8.14 Hi/Lo Limit

8.15 Alarms

8.15.1

8.15.2

8.16 Operator’s Display

8.17 Dynamic

Compensation

8.17.1

8.17.2

8.17.3

8.17.4

8.18 Math

8.18.1

8.18.2

8.18.3

8.18.4

8.18.5

8.18.6

8.19 Miscellaneous

8.19.1

8.19.2

8.19.3

TABLE 8-1 Function Block by Type (Continued)

Ratio

Bias

Hi/Lo Setpoint Limit #1, #2

Alarm #1, #2

Quad Comparator

Operators Display

Lag

Lead

Rate Limiter

Dead Time Table

Math #1, #2, #3

Gain & Bias #1, #2

Deviation Amplifier

Square Root Extractor

Integrator/Totalizer

10 Segment Characterizer #1, #2

Batch Switch

Password Security

Hart Interface

7

8

9, 51

12, 73

64

15

40

41

42

43

34, 35, 36

38, 39

22

24

16

44, 72

53

75

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Function Blocks (Numerical Order)

FB01 .................................................. Analog Input #1

FB02 .................................................. Analog Input #2

FB03 ................................................ Analog Output #1

FB04 ................................................. Digital Output #1

FB05 ................................................. Digital Output #2

FB06 ................................................... Digital Input #1

FB07 .................................................................... Ratio

FB08 ..................................................................... Bias

FB09 ....................................... Hi/Lo Setpoint Limit #1

FB10 ................................................. Override Selector

FB11 .................................................... PB Transfer #2

FB12 .................................................... Alarm Block#1

FB13 ................................................ PID Controller #1

FB14 .................................................. A/M Transfer #1

FB15 ................................................. Operator Display

FB16 ............................................. Integrator/Totalizer

FB17 .................................... Setpoint Track & Hold #1

FB18 ........................... General Purpose Track & Hold

FB19 ......................................... General Purpose Hold

FB20 .................................................... Logic Block #1

FB21 .................................................... Logic Block #2

FB22 ............................................ Deviation Amplifier

FB23 .................................................... PB Transfer #1

FB24 ......................................... Square Root Extractor

FB25 .................................................. Analog Input #3

FB28 ................................................... Pulse Integrator

FB29 ............................................... Analog Output #2

FB30 .................................................. Digital Input #2

FB32 ................................... Isolated Digital Output #1

FB33 ................................... Isolated Digital Output #2

FB34 .................................................... Math Block #1

FB35 .................................................... Math Block #2

FB36 .................................................... Math Block #3

FB38 ................................................... Gain & Bias #1

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8-35

8-36

8-37

8-39

8-40

8-43

8-44

8-45

8-46

8-47

8-48

8-49

8-50

8-51

8-53

8-54

8-55

8-56

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FB39 ................................................... Gain & Bias #2

FB40 ..................................................................... Lag

FB41 ................................................................... Lead

FB42 ....................................................... Rate Limiter

FB43 ................................................ Dead Time Table

FB44 .............................. 10-Segment Characterizer #1

FB45 ............................................... PID Controller #2

FB46 ................................... Setpoint Track & Hold #2

FB47 ............................................ Repeat Cycle Timer

FB48 ................................................... Logic Block #3

FB49 ................................... General Purpose Transfer

FB50 ................................................... Logic Block #4

FB51 ...................................... Hi/Lo Setpoint Limit #2

FB53 ...................................................... Batch Switch

FB55 ................................................. A/M Transfer #2

FB61 ................................................... Logic Block #5

FB62 . .................................................. Logic Block #6

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

FB64 ................................................ Quad Comparator

FB65 ........................................................ Delay Timer

FB67 .................................................. One Shot Timer

FB71 ........................................ Triple Transfer Switch

FB72 .............................. 10-Segment Characterizer #2

FB73 ................................................... Alarm Block #2

FB75 ............................................... Password Security

FB81 ................................................... Pressure Sensor

FB82 ............................................ Temperature Sensor

FB85 ............................................. Pneumatic input #1

FB86 ............................................ . Pneumatic input #2

FB87 ............................................. Pneumatic input #3

FB88 .................................................... Logic Block #7

FB89 .................................................... Logic Block #8

FB90 .................................................... Logic Block #9

FB98 ...................................................... Hart Interface

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8.1 ANALOG INPUT #1/#2/#3

FB01/FB02/FB25

These function blocks convert an analog voltage with a range defined during calibration into a 0-100% block output signal for interconnection to other function blocks.

Also included is a digital filter, to dampen process noise and a square root extractor to linearize a flow signal from a DP transmitter. When the square root extractor is enabled, the function block output is low limited to 0%. See Function Block 24 for more details on the square root extractor function.

Calibration details can be found in section 4, of this manual.

A verify mode is available in calibration to view the input as a 0-100% block output signal over the full calibrated range.

FB01 is not available when FB85, FB86, or FB87 is configured.

FB25 is not available when FB87 is configured.

Specifications

Calibration: Zero: 0 to 1 Vdc

Span: 4 to 5 Vdc

Standard Calibration: 1 to 5 Vdc

Hardware Filter: 2 Hz (2-pole)

Damping Filter: 0 to 180 sec.

Accuracy: +/- 0.05% of span

A/D Resolution: 12 bit

A/D Linearity: LSB

Ambient Temp. Effect:

+/-0.50% D50 deg. C

Max. Continuous Input:

+/- 30 Vdc

Input Impedance: > 1 megohm

AI1+

AI1C

330K

.33uf

330K

.33uf

ANALOG INPUT #1 / #2 / #3

FB01 / FB02 / FB25

FB01 / FB02 / FB25

AI*+

AI*C

1-5 Vdc

*

XTR

ANALOG INPUT #1 / #2 / #3

OUTPUT

S D V **

C Z I **

C F I **

C V

I **

H S R E

DAMPING VALUE ....................... 0 to 180 SEC

ZERO INPUT .............................. 0.0 to 1.0 Vdc

FULL SCALE INPUT ................... 4.0 to 5.0 Vdc

VERIFY INPUT .................... -10.00 to 110.00%

SQUARE ROOT EXTRACTOR .......... NO/YES

* See Output Identifications and Terminal Designations

** FB01: 1, FB02: 2, FB25: 3

FB

Number

01

02

25

A/D

Output

Identification

01

02

30

Terminal

Designations

AI1+: F7

AI1C: F8

AI2+: F10

AI2C: F11

AI3+: F13

AI3C: F14

DAMPING

XTR

NO

YES

01

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.2 ANALOG OUTPUT #1/#2

FB03/FB29

This function block converts a 0-100% block interconnection signal into a 4-20 mAdc analog output. Also included is a switch that will disconnect the output from the load. This feature is useful when two or more outputs are connected to the same load.

Calibration details can be found in section 4 of this manual.

Pneumatic Output Option (Analog Output #1 only)

A pneumatic output option is available that uses

Analog Output #1 to convert the block 0-100% interconnection input signal into a pneumatic output

(3-15 PSIG or 3-27 PSIG). The current output terminals should not be used when this option is installed.

Specifications

Calibration: Zero: 4.0 mAdc +/- trim

Span: 16.0 mAdc +/- trim

Standard Calibration: 4-20 mAdc

Output Load: 0-800 ohm @ 24Vdc

Max. Output Current:

0 to Lm Ohms

DC Powered: Lm=[Vsupply-6.83v]/ 21.6 mA

AC Powered: Lm=800 Ohms

Min. Output Current: 3.5 mA

Accuracy: +/- 0.1% of span

Ambient Temp. Effect: <0.5% 50 deg. C

Output Switch: Closed B>= 80%

Open B< 75%

Pneumatic Specifications

Accuracy: +/- 0.25% of span

Amb. Temp. Effect: +/- 1.0% 50 deg. C

AO*+

AO*C

ANALOG OUTPUT #1 / #2

FB03 / FB29

FB03 / FB29

AO*+

AO*C

ANALOG

OUTPUT

4-20 mA dc

A

B

SIGNAL

ON/OFF

ANALOG OUTPUT #1/ #2

C

C

C V

H I

H

I

Z

F

O

O

O

N

N

**

**

**

A

B

ZERO OUTPUT ............................. 4.0 mAdc

FULL SCALE OUTPUT ............... 20.0 mAdc

VERIFY OUTPUT ............... -10.0 to 110.0%

INPUT A (SIGNAL) .......................... 00 to 99

INPUT B (ON/OFF) .......................... 00 to 99

* See Terminal Designations

** FB03: 1, FB29: 2

I/P

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

FB

Number

03

29

Terminal

Designations

AO1+: E11

AO1C: E12

AO2+: E13

AO2C: E14

D/A

A

B

PNEUMATIC OUTPUT OPTION

(used with Analog Output #1 only)

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.3 DIGITAL INPUT #1/ #2

FB06/FB30

This function block converts an ON/OFF input signal into a block interconnection signal that is 0% when the input is OFF and 100% when the input is ON.

The normal ON input voltage is 24Vdc.

This block is often used for connecting on/off external signals to internal logic inputs such as

Acknowledge (FB15), Emergency Manual (FB14),

Standby Sync (FB14), ... .

Specifications

ON Voltage: 12-30 Vdc

OFF Voltage: 0-5 Vdc

Input Current @ 24Vdc: 10 mAdc

Overvoltage Protection: 30 Vdc

Isolation: 100 Vdc

Action: Input > 12 Vdc O=100%

Input < 5 Vdc O=0%

DIGITAL INPUT #1 / #2

FB06 /FB30

FB06 / FB30

DI*+

DI*C

*

OUTPUT

DIGITAL INPUT #1 / #2

* See Output Identifications and Terminal Designations

FB

Number

06

30

UM348-1

Output

Identifications

Digital Input

Signal: 16

Digital Input

Signal: 58

Terminal

Designations

DI1+: E7

DI1-: E8

DI2+: E9

DI2-: E10

DI*+

24 Vdc

POWER

SUPPLY

DI*-

TYPICAL EXTERNAL

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.4 DIGITAL OUTPUT

8.4.1 DIGITAL OUTPUT #1/#2

FB04/FB05

These function blocks provide a solid state output switch that turns on when input A goes high (>=80%) and will turn off when input A goes low (<75%) or is not configured.

The digital output can be powered from the same

24Vdc supply powering the Model 348 noting that the negative side of the power supply is tied to the

Model 348 COMMON. On AC powered units the

80mA transmitter supply can be used for small loads or an external dc supply for larger loads.

Additional details for connecting solid state outputs to various loads such as relays and solid state annunciators can be found in section 2 of this manual.

Specifications

Output Type: MOSFET Transistor

Min. Load Voltage: 0 Vdc

Max. Load Voltage: 30 Vdc

Max. Load Current: 150 mAdc

Switch Action: Closed INA >= 80%

Open INA < 75%

Transistor ON Voltage: 0.6 Vdv @ 100 mA

Transistor OFF Leakage: 0.5 uA @ 30 Vdc

RELAY

DO*+

24Vdc

POWER

SUPPLY

DO*C

TYPICAL EXTERNAL

RELAY CIRCUIT

COMMON

BLOCK DIAGRAM

DIGITAL OUTPUT #1 / #2

FB04 / FB05

FB04 / FB05

DO*+

DO*C

A

ON/OFF

DIGITAL OUTPUT #1 / #2

H I N A

INPUT A (ON/OFF) ...........................00 to 99

* See Terminal Designations

04

05

FB

Number

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

Terminal

Designations

DO1+: E1

DO1C: E2

DO2+: E3

DO2C: E4

A

INPUT

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.4.2 ISOLATED DIGITAL OUTPUT #1/#2

FB32/FB33

This function block provides an isolated digital output. The Model 348S has opto transistor outputs and the Model 348E, relay outputs with SPDT contacts. The action of this function block can be configured as direct acting so that the output energizes when Input A goes high (>=80%) or reverse acting so that the output de-energizes when

Input A goes high. The output will return to its normal condition when Input A goes low (<75%).

Specifications

Opto Transistor

Max. Load Voltage: 30 Vdc

Max. Load Current: 50 mAdc

ON Voltage: 10 V maximum @ 2 mA load

OFF Leakage: 50 nA maximum @ 30 Vdc

Relay

Type: Epoxy Sealed

Contact Configuration: SPDT (Form C)

Contact Rating: 3 amp @ 250 Vac

Action

Direct: Energized .. A>=80%

De-energized A< 75%

Reverse: De-energized A>=80%

Energized .. A< 75%

FB Number

32

33

Terminal Designations

IO1A: D2 (Relay NO or Opto +)

IO1C: D1 (Relay COM or Opto -)

IO1B: D3 (Relay NC)

IO2A: C2 (Relay NO or Opto +)

IO2C: C1 (Relay COM or Opto -)

IO2B: C3 (Relay NC)

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ISOLATED DIGITAL OUTPUT #1 / #2

FB32 / FB33

FB32 / FB33

IO*A

IO*C

IO*B

ISOLATION

CIRCUIT

A

ON/OFF

H

H

I N A

A **

INPUT A (ON/OFF) ............................. 00 to 99

ACTION ** .......................................... REV/DIR

* See Terminal Designtions ** FB32: 1, FB33: 2

IO*A

IO*C

N.O.

N.C.

IO*B

A

INPUT

BLOCK DIAGRAM - RELAY OUTPUT

IO*A

IO*C

IO*B

A

INPUT

BLOCK DIAGRAM -OPTO TRANSISTOR OUTPUT

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8.4.3 PULSE INTEGRATOR

FB28

This function block integrates input signal A and provides a pulse output for driving an external counter. The Pulse Integrator is configured by setting the Full Scale rate, the Time Base, and the

Count Multiplier (similar to FB16). In addition, a pulse width can be selected to meet the many requirements of different counters.

As an example, a 0-100% input represents a flow rate of 0-400 gal/min. Select SFS = 400, STB =

MIN, SCM = 1. If the input equals 50% (200 gal/min) for 1 hour the number of pulses sent out in that hour would be 12000.

When the signal is being sent to a high speed electronic counter the Pulse Width can be set at 0.4

msec. In cases where the counter requires a wider pulse width, a pulse width equal to or greater than the counter requirement should be selected. However, it is important that the pulse width has a corresponding pulse rate higher than the output rate required by a full scale input signal. In cases where the Integrator

Pulse rate may be momentarily faster than the output rate, pulses will be banked and sent out when possible. The banking register has a capacity of 10 million but in most cases (if the pulse width is selected correctly) will not be needed. In our example, the function block would be required to send out 24000 pulses in an hour when at full scale.

This corresponds to 6.7 pulses/sec. In this case, we could set the pulse width at 53 msec since the corresponding maximum pulse rate is 8.7/sec. See

Table FB28-1 for the complete listing.

In cases where the signal will be integrated over a long period of time the external counter may overflow. In this case a Count Multiplier greater than 1 can be used. For increased resolution a multiplier less than 1 is used.

Input S (STOP) will stop integration of the input signal when it goes high (>=80%). If the STOP

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

PULSE INTEGRATOR

FB28

FB28

INTEGRATOR

PO+

POC

A

S

SIGNAL

STOP

S

S

S

F

S

T B

C M

S

S

H I

H I

Z D

P W

N

N

A

S

FULL SCALE VALUE ........ .000000 to 999999

TIME BASE ................. SEC/MIN/HR/DAY/WK

COUNT MULTIPLIER ....... .000001 to 999999

ZERO DROP OUT ....................... 0.0 to 30.0%

PULSE WIDTH .. 0.4/0.8/1.6/3.2/13/26/53/106

INPUT A (SIGNAL) ............................. 00 to 99

INPUT S (STOP) ................................ 00 to 99

Input is asserted any banked pulses will be sent out, but new ones will not be added.

Specifications

Output Type: MOSFET Transistor

Max. Load Voltage: 30 Vdc

Max. Load Current: 150 mAdc

Transistor ON Voltage: 0.6 Vdv @ 100 mA

Transistor OFF Leakage: 0.5 uA @ 30 Vdc

TABLE FB28-1 Pulse Width and

Maximum Rate

Pulse Width

0.4 msec

0.8 msec

1.6 msec

3.2 msec

13 msec

26 msec

53 msec

106 msec

Max. Rate

1120/sec

520/sec

240/sec

80/sec

25/sec

14/sec

8.7/sec

4.5/sec

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.5 PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT

FB81

This function block is active when a Process Pressure

Input option has been installed and FB81 has an active execution sequence number. The block provides parameters for selecting the range of the 0-

100% block output signal, a damping time constant, and the option of linear or square root characterization. The square root option is only available on P sensor types.

The range and span limits are determined by the particular sensor being used. See Table FB81-1 for the various ranges associated with the Process

Pressure models.

81

FB Number Output Identification

97

50*

55*

TABLE FB81-1 Process Ranges

340AD

340AF

340DB

340DD

340DF

340GD

340GF

340GG

10-450"H20(abs)

350"H20-450PSIA

0.75-15"H20

10-450"H20

350"H20-150PSIG

10-450"H20

350"H20-450PSIG

300-5500PSIG

Static

Pressure

Capsule

Temperatur e

0-1200PSI

-40 to +125º C

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PRESSURE SENSOR

FB81

FB81

PROCESS

PRESSURE

DAMPING

EXTRACTOR

97

55

50

OUTPUT

CAPSULE

TEMPERATURE

STATIC

PRESSURE

PRESSURE SENSOR

S D V P

S M V U

S M V L

S M V H

C M P

C V I P

H S R E

DAMPING VALUE ............................ 0-180 sec

MEAS. VARIABLE UNITS .......... Table FB81-2

MV RANGE LOW ............... -999999 to 999999

MV RANGE HIGH .............. -999999 to 999999

MOUNTING POSITION ................ Section 4.6

VERIFY INPUT ................... -10.00 to 110.00%

SQUARE ROOT EXTRACTOR ......... NO/YES

TABLE FB81-2 MV Units

1-InH20

2-InHG

3-FtH20

4-mmH20

5-mmHg

6-psi

7-bar

8-mbar

9-SqCm

10-kg/SqCm

11-PA

12-kPA

13-torr

14-ATM

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8.6 TEMPERATURE SENSOR

FB82

This function block is active when Analog Input

Option 'T' has been installed and FB82 has an active execution sequence number. The block provides parameters for selecting the input type, the range of the 0-100% block output signal, and a damping time constant.

The range and span limits are determined by the particular sensor (see Table FB82-1) being used. See

Table FB82-2 for the various ranges associated with sensor types.

Specifications

TABLE FB82-1 Input Types

14

15

16

17

10

11

12

13

8

9

6

7

2

3

4

5

0

1

Narrow Millivolt

Thermocouple Type 'R'

Thermocouple Type 'S'

Thermocouple Type 'T'

Thermocouple Type 'B'

Wide Millivolt

Thermocouple Type 'J'

Thermocouple Type 'K'

Thermocouple Type 'E'

Thermocouple Type 'N'

Narrow Ohm

RTD DIN 100

RTD US 100

Wide Ohm

RTD DIN 200

RTD DIN 500

RTD US 200

RTD US 500

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

TEMPERATURE SENSOR

FB82

FB82

PROCESS

TEMPERATURE

SENSOR INPUT

TYPES

DAMPING VALUE

98

OUTPUT

TEMPERATURE SENSOR

S D V P DAMPING VALUE.....................0-180 sec

S M V U MEAS. VARIABLE UNITS....Table FB82-2

S M V L MV RANGE LOW........-999999 to 999999

S M V H MV RANGE HIGH........-999999 to 999999

C W M Z WIDE MILLIVOLT ZERO.................-18 mv

C W M F WIDE MILLIVOLT FS......................103 mv

C N M Z NARROW MILLIVOLT ZERO..........-11 mv

C N M F NARROW MILLIVOLT FS.................26 mv

C W O Z WIDE OHM ZERO...........................0 ohm

C W O F WIDE OHM FS...........................1875 ohm

C N O Z NARROW OHM ZERO....................0 ohm

C N O F NARROW OHM FS......................470 ohm

C V I P VERIFY INPUT..............-10.00 to 110.00%

H I T INPUT SENSOR TYPE.........Table FB82-1

H B O D BURNOUT DIRECTION...........UP/DOWN

32

33

34

35

36

37

TABLE FB82-2 Range Units

Degrees Celsius

Degrees Fahrenheit

Degrees Rankine

Degrees Kelvin

Millivolts

Ohms

FB Number

82 98

Output

Identification

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.7 PNEUMATIC INPUT #1/#2/#3

FB85/FB86/FB87

This function block converts a pneumatic (3-15 PSIG or 3-27 PSIG) input signal into a 0-100% block output signal for interconnection to other function blocks. The output can also be calibrated for equivalent metric values (e.g. 20-100 kPa, ...). FB85 will be available when the 1 or 3-input pneumatic option board is furnished. FB86 & FB87 will be available when the 3-input pneumatic option board is furnished

Also included is a digital filter, to dampen process noise and a square root extractor to linearize a flow signal from a P transmitter. See Function Block 24 for more details on the square root extractor function.

Calibration details can be found in section 4 of this manual.

A verify mode is available in calibration to view the input as a 0-100% block output signal over the full calibrated range.

This function block is not available if FB01 is configured.

Specifications

Calibration (15 psig sensor):

Zero: 0-4 psig

Full Scale: 12-15 psig

Calibration (30 psig sensor):

Zero: 0-8 psig

Full Scale: 24-30 psig

Accuracy: +/- 0.25% of span

Amb. Temp. Effect: +/- 0.75%

50 deg. C

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PNEUMATIC INPUT #1 / #2 / #3

FB85 / FB86 / FB87

**

FB85/FB86/FB87

PNEUMATIC

PRESSURE

DAMPING

EXTRACTOR

*

PNEUMATIC PRESSURE INPUT

OUTPUT

S D V **

C Z I **

DAMPING VALUE ..................... 0 to 180 SEC

ZERO INPUT .................................. 0 to 4 PSIG

C

C

F

V

I

I

**

**

FULL SCALE INPUT .................. 12 to 15 PSIG

VERIFY INPUT ................... -10.00 to 110.00%

H S R E

SQUARE ROOT EXTRACTOR .......... NO/YES

* See Output Identification

** If FB85: 1, FB86: 2, FB87: 3

FB Number

85

86

87

P**

P/V

CONVERTER

A/D DAMPING

Output Identification

Pneumatic Input #1 Signal:

85

Pneumatic Input #2 Signal:

86

Pneumatic Input #3 Signal:

87

NO

*

YES

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.8 CONTROLLER

8.8.1 PID CONTROLLER #1/#2

FB13/FB45

PID Controller #1 and #2: Controller #1 and #2 function blocks each provide a selection of PID, PD,

ID, and PIDA (PID with adaptive gain) controller types. This controller is associated with Loop 1 and

Loop 2 functions respectively.

The PID controller is a reset type using external feedback to establish integral action. External feedback is necessary to permit interaction with internal function blocks as well as external loop devices (e.g. secondary controller, override controller, shutoff devices, .....), pneumatic or electronic, while eliminating reset windup and valve bumping that can occur with other controller types.

The controller block has an adjustable limit that can be used to set boundries on the controller output signal.

Input C 'Track Command' when high (>=80%) will force the controller output to track Input F

'Feedback'. While in the tracking mode the feedback value will be limited to the values output limit settings, so that the controller output will also not exceed these values. The controller will return to normal when Input C goes low (<75%).

Note: Time-Integral set in minutes/repeat.

Time Derivative set in minutes.

FB Number Output Identifications

13 Controller Output: 14

|ERROR| Signal: 15

45 Controller Output: 46

|ERROR| Signal: 47

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

CONTROLLER #1 / #2

FB13 / FB45

FB13 / FB45

P

S

F

A

C

CONTROLLER

#1 / #2

PID

PD

ID

PID(AG)

*

*

ERROR

OUTPUT

S A **

S

S

P G **

T I

**

S

S

S

T D

D G

S

M R

H L

S L L **

H

C **

T

H M R T

**

**

**

**

ACTION ............................................... REV/DIR

PROPORTIONAL GAIN ............ 0.01 to 100.00

TIME - INTEGRAL .................. 0.01 to 1000.00

TIME - DERIVATIVE ................. 0.00 to 100.00

DERIVATIVE GAIN .......................1.00 to 30.00

MANUAL RESET ........................ 0.0 to 100.0%

HIGH OUTPUT LIMIT.......... -10.00 to 110.00%

LOW OUTPUT LIMIT .......... -10.00 to 110.00%

CONTROLLER TYPE ............. PID/PD/ID/PIDA

MANUAL RESET TRACKING ............ NO/YES

H

H

H

H

I

I

I

I

I

N

N

N

N

P

S

F

A

INPUT P (PROCESS) .......................... 00 to 99

INPUT S (SETPOINT) ......................... 00 to 99

INPUT F (FEEDBACK) ........................ 00 to 99

INPUT A (ADAPTIVE GAIN) ................ 00 to 99

H N C

INPUT C (TRACK COMMAND) ........... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

** If Controller #1: 1, If Controller #2: 2

P

S

-

+

LEAD

TDs

TD

DG s+ 1

ABS

E

+

+

PID CONTROLLER

+/-

-/+

PG

GE

+

TRACK

COMMAND

C

BLOCK DIAGRAM

LIMIT

+

R

LAG

1

TIs + 1

O

F

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

Equations

O = GE + R

NORMAL (C=0%)

R =

F

TIs + 1

WHEN CONTROLLER OUTPUT IS CONNECTED

TO THE FEEDBACK

O = +/- PG [ P 1 +

TDs

(TD/DG)s + 1

- S] [ 1 +

1

TIs

]

TRACK (C=100%) R = F - GE & O = F

Controller Initialization

Power Up: The controller will initialize with an output of 0% unless FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 was configured to power up in Auto and at the last value. In this case the controller will track for two scan cycles to insure that the output will be set equal to the feedback. In most cases the feedback will be the output of FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 which under these conditions has held the output value prior to a loss in power.

Switch Transfer: The controller will eliminate any proportional gain action on the first scan cycle after a transfer switch (i.e. FB11, FB23, FB49, FB71) has changed position. This prevents any output bump that could occur due to an abrupt change in the setpoint.

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8.8.2 PD CONTROLLER #1/#2

FB13/FB45

PD Controller #1 and #2: PD Controller #1 and #2 is a proportional only with manual reset, selectable as tracking or non-tracking. This controller is associated with Loop 1 and Loop 2 functions respectively.

Input C 'Tracking Command' when high (>=80%) will force the output to track Input F 'Feedback'. If manual reset tracking is selected MR will also track the feedback. While in the tracking mode the feedback value will be limited to the output limit settings, so that the controller output will also not exceed these values. The controller will return to normal when Input C goes low (<75%). In either case the controller always returns to normal action with the output equal to the feedback. The Reset value R then returns to the value of MR with a time constant established by the TI setting. Since the default setting of TI is set at 100 min./repeat it should be reduced to a more reasonable time (e.g. .01

min.).

When the Derivative Time TD is set to 0.00 the derivative action is eliminated. When set, TD is in minutes.

FB Number Output Identifications

13 Controller Output: 14

|ERROR| Signal: 15

45 Controller Output: 46

|ERROR| Signal: 47

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

CONTROLLER #1 / #2

FB13 / FB45

FB13 / FB45

P

S

F

A

CONTROLLER

#1 / #2

PID

PD

ID

PID(AG)

*

*

ERROR

OUTPUT

C

H

H

H

H

H

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

S

S A **

P G **

T I

S

T D

**

**

D G

**

M R **

S

S

H L

L L

H C ** T

H M R T

**

**

N

N

N

N

F

A

N C

P

S

ACTION ............................................... REV/DIR

PROPORTIONAL GAIN ............ 0.01 to 100.00

TIME - INTEGRAL .................. 0.01 to 1000.00

TIME - DERIVATIVE ................. 0.00 to 100.00

DERIVATIVE GAIN .......................1.00 to 30.00

MANUAL RESET ........................ 0.0 to 100.0%

HIGH OUTPUT LIMIT.......... -10.00 to 110.00%

LOW OUTPUT LIMIT .......... -10.00 to 110.00%

CONTROLLER TYPE ............. PID/PD/ID/PIDA

MANUAL RESET TRACKING ............ NO/YES

INPUT P (PROCESS) .......................... 00 to 99

INPUT S (SETPOINT) ......................... 00 to 99

INPUT F (FEEDBACK) ........................ 00 to 99

INPUT A (ADAPTIVE GAIN) ................ 00 to 99

INPUT C (TRACK COMMAND) ........... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

** If Controller #1: 1, If Controller #2: 2

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS UM348-1

Equations

O = GE + R

NORMAL (C=0%)

TRACK (C=100%)

R =

MR

TIs + 1

R = F - GE

IF MRT = YES

MR = F

P

S

-

+

LEAD

TDs

TD

DG s+ 1

+

+

+/-

ABS

E

-/+

PD CONTROLLER

PG

GE

+

TRACK

COMMAND

C

BLOCK DIAGRAM

LIMIT

+

R

LAG

1

TIs + 1

MR

O

Controller Initialization

Power Up: The controller will initialize with an output of 0% unless FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 was configured to power up in Auto and at the last value. In this case the controller will track for two scan cycles to insure that the output will be set equal to the feedback. In most cases the feedback will be the output of FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 which under these conditions has held the output value prior to a loss in power.

Switch Transfer: The controller will eliminate any proportional gain action on the first scan cycle after a transfer switch (i.e. FB11, FB23, FB49, FB71) has changed position. This prevents any output bump that could occur due to an abrupt change in the setpoint.

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8.8.3 ID CONTROLLER #1/#2

FB13/FB45

ID Controller #1 and #2: ID Controller #1 and #2 is an integral only controller using external feedback to establish integral action. External feedback is necessary to permit interaction with internal function blocks or external devices (e.g. secondary controller, override controller, shutoff valve, ...), pneumatic or electronic, while eliminating windup that can occur with other controller types. This controller is associated with Loop 1 and Loop 2 functions respectively.

Input C 'Track Command' when high (>=80%) will force the controller output to track Input F

'Feedback'. While in the tracking mode the feedback value will be limited to the output limit settings, so that the controller output will also not exceed these values. The controller will return to normal when

Input C goes low (<75%).

The Gain for this controller is fixed at 1.00. While the parameter PG can be changed, it will not affect the controller gain. When the Derivative Time is set to 0.00 the derivative action is eliminated.

Note: Time-Integral set in minutes/repeat.

Time Derivative set in minutes.

FB Number Output Identifications

13 Controller Output: 14

|ERROR| Signal: 15

45 Controller Output: 46

|ERROR| Signal: 47

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

CONTROLLER #1 / #2

FB13 / FB45

FB13 / FB45

P

S

F

A

CONTROLLER

#1 / #2

PID

PD

ID

PID(AG)

*

*

ERROR

OUTPUT

C

S

S

S

S

S A **

P G **

T I

**

S T D

D G

**

S

M R

H L

**

**

**

S

L L **

H

C **

T

H M R T

ACTION ............................................... REV/DIR

PROPORTIONAL GAIN ............ 0.01 to 100.00

TIME - INTEGRAL .................. 0.01 to 1000.00

TIME - DERIVATIVE ................. 0.00 to 100.00

DERIVATIVE GAIN .......................1.00 to 30.00

MANUAL RESET ........................ 0.0 to 100.0%

HIGH OUTPUT LIMIT.......... -10.00 to 110.00%

H

H

H

H

I

I

I

I

N

N

N

N

P

S

F

A

LOW OUTPUT LIMIT .......... -10.00 to 110.00%

CONTROLLER TYPE ............. PID/PD/ID/PIDA

MANUAL RESET TRACKING ............ NO/YES

INPUT P (PROCESS) .......................... 00 to 99

INPUT S (SETPOINT) ......................... 00 to 99

INPUT F (FEEDBACK) ........................ 00 to 99

INPUT A (ADAPTIVE GAIN) ................ 00 to 99

H I N C

INPUT C (TRACK COMMAND) ........... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

** If Controller #1: 1, If Controller #2: 2

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

Equations

NORMAL (C=0%)

O =

GE + F

TIs + 1

WHEN CONTROLLER OUTPUT IS CONNECTED

TO THE FEEDBACK

O = +/- PG [ P 1 +

TDs

(TD/DG)s + 1

]

TRACK (C=100%)

O = F

Controller Initialization

Power Up: The controller will initialize with an output of 0% unless FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 was configured to power up in Auto and at the last value. In this case the controller will track for two scan cycles to insure that the output will be set equal to the feedback. In most cases the feedback will be the output of FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 which under these conditions has held the output value prior to a loss in power.

P

S

-

+

LEAD

TDs

TD

DG s+ 1

+

+

+/-

-/+

ABS

E

PG

ID CONTROLLER

GE

+

TRACK

COMMAND

C

BLOCK DIAGRAM

+

LAG

1

TIs + 1

LIMIT

O

F

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8.8.4 PIDA CONTROLLER #1/#2

PIDA Controller #1 and #2: PIDA (PID with

Adaptive Gain) Controller #1 and #2 is similar to the

PID except that a multiplier is placed after the proportional gain section. The gain of this multiplier varies from 0-1 as Input A varies from 0-100%. If

Input A is not configured the gain is set to 1 and the controller is identical to the standard PID. This controller is associated with Loop 1 and Loop 2 functions respectively.

13

45

FB13/FB45

FB NUMBER

Note:

Output

Identifications

Controller Output: 14

|ERROR| Signal: 15

Controller Output: 46

|ERROR| Signal: 47

Time-Integral set in minutes/repeat.

Time Derivative set in minutes.

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

CONTROLLER #1 / #2

FB13 / FB45

FB13 / FB45

F

A

P

S

C

CONTROLLER

#1 / #2

PID

PD

ID

PID(AG)

*

*

ERROR

OUTPUT

S

S

S

S

S A **

P G **

T I

**

S

T D **

D G

**

M R **

S

S

H L **

H

L L

C **

**

T

H M R T

ACTION ............................................... REV/DIR

PROPORTIONAL GAIN ............ 0.01 to 100.00

TIME - INTEGRAL .................. 0.01 to 1000.00

TIME - DERIVATIVE ................. 0.00 to 100.00

DERIVATIVE GAIN .......................1.00 to 30.00

MANUAL RESET ........................ 0.0 to 100.0%

HIGH OUTPUT LIMIT.......... -10.00 to 110.00%

LOW OUTPUT LIMIT .......... -10.00 to 110.00%

CONTROLLER TYPE ............. PID/PD/ID/PIDA

MANUAL RESET TRACKING ............ NO/YES

INPUT P (PROCESS) .......................... 00 to 99

H

H

H

H

H

I

I

I

I

I

N

N

N

N

P

S

F

A

N C

INPUT S (SETPOINT) ......................... 00 to 99

INPUT F (FEEDBACK) ........................ 00 to 99

INPUT A (ADAPTIVE GAIN) ................ 00 to 99

INPUT C (TRACK COMMAND) ........... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

** If Controller #1: 1, If Controller #2: 2

P

S

-

+

LEAD

TDs

TD

DG s+ 1

+

+

ABS

E

+/-

-/+

PG

AG

X

+

GE

LIMIT

+

R

LAG

1

TIs + 1

O

F

TRACK

COMMAND

C

BLOCK DIAGRAM

A

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

Equations

O = GE + R

NORMAL (C=0%)

R =

F

TIs + 1

WHEN CONTROLLER OUTPUT IS CONNECTED

TO THE FEEDBACK

O = +/- PG x AG [ P 1 +

TDs

(TD/DG)s + 1

TRACK (C=100%) R = F - GE & O = F

]

Controller Initialization

Power Up: The controller will initialize with an output of 0% unless FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 was configured to power up in Auto and at the last value. In this case the controller will track for two scan cycles to insure that the output will be set equal to the feedback. In most cases the feedback will be the output of FB14 for Loop 1 or FB55 for

Loop 2 which under these conditions has held the output value prior to a loss in power.

Switch Transfer: The controller will eliminate any proportional gain action on the first scan cycle after a transfer switch (i.e. FB11, FB23, FB49, FB71) has changed position. This prevents any output bump that could occur due to an abrupt change in the setpoint.

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8.9. TRANSFER

8.9.1 A/M TRANSFER #1/#2

FB14/FB55

A/M Transfer #1and #2 function blocks each consist of 3 SPDT switches. Switch 1 is controlled by the

A/M pushbutton on the operator's display. Switch 2 is controlled by Input E 'Emergency Manual' and will be connected to the Manual when Input E is high

(>=80%) and will return to its' normal position when

Input E goes low (<75%). Switch 3 is controlled by

Input S 'Standby Sync' and will be connected to Input

T when Input S is high (>=80%) and will return to its' normal position when low (<75%). Neither

Emergency Manual or Standby Sync will affect the operation of the A/M pushbutton and its' associated

LCD indicators.

The Manual Value M can be adjusted with the UP &

DOWN pushbuttons when it is the block output and the displayed variable is either V (valve), O (output), or P (process). When manual is not the block output, it will track the output value.

The Loop Control Function, Input L in FB14, is used to control the active A/M block when two loops are used in a single configuration. This function is controlled from FB14 by INL which when INL is

High (>=80%) the A/M button and the UP/DOWN buttons are disabled from FB14 and enabled for

FB55. When INL goes Low or is not configured these functions are enabled for FB14 and disabled for

FB55.

The operator status window will display 'M1' when

Input E is high and 'S1' when Input S is high for A/M

Transfer #1 and 'M2' & 'S2' for A/M Transfer #2.

The operation of the status window is described in

Function Block 15.

The function block also has a status output 'MS' that will be high (100%) whenever the block is in manual, emergency manual or standby sync.

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

A/M TRANSFER SWITCH #1 / #2

FB 14 / FB55

FB14 / FB55

A

A

E

S

M

OUTPUT

T

A/M

TRANSFER

SWITCH #1 / #2

L

*

*

OUTPUT

STATUS MS

S P U M

H

A O

POWER UP MANUAL ....... -10.00 to 110.00%

AUTO ONLY ...................................... NO/YES

H

H

P U

P U L

POWER UP ......................................... A/M/LP

POWER UP LAST OUTPUT ............ NO/YES

H I N A

INPUT A (AUTO) ............................... 00 to 99

H I N T

H I N E

INPUT T (TRACK VARIABLE) .......... 00 to 99

INPUT E (EMERG. MANUAL) ........... 00 to 99

H I N S

INPUT S (STANDBY SYNC) ............. 00 to 99

H I N L

INPUT L (LOOP CONTROL) ............. 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

The A/M transfer can be configured as auto only.

When selected, the A/M pushbutton (and switch 1) will always remain in the Auto position. Emergency

Manual and Standby Sync will still function normally.

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

FB Number Output

Identifications

14 Output: 17

Status MS: 18

55 Output: 60

Status MS: 68

Configuration allows for selecting the A/M pushbutton power up position (auto, manual, or last position before power outage). When the function block powers up in manual and HPUL is selected as

NO, the power up value can be configured for any value from -10% to 110%. When the function block powers up in AUTO or MANUAL and HPUL is configured as YES, the output of the block on power up is set to the last value. The block will hold it's output for two scan cycles and the controller will track this value.

A

M

A

M

1

LOOP CONTROL

2

3

L

OUTPUT

MS E

BLOCK DIAGRAM

T

S

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8.9.2 PB TRANSFER #1/#2

FB23/FB11

Transfer Block #1 and #2 consists of 2 SPDT switches. Switch 1 is controlled by PB1 for FB23 and by PB2 for FB11, and can be configured for momentary or sustained action by parameter HS1A.

As momentary, switch 1 will transfer to the 'I' position while PB1 or PB2 is pressed and return to 'E' when released. As sustained, switch 1 will transfer to

'I' when PB1 or PB2 is pressed and remain in this position until released and pressed again.

Input A controls switch 2 and will connect to 'I' when

Input A is high (>=80%) and then return to the normal position when Input A goes low (<75%).

Input A does not affect Switch 1, nor the action of

PB2 and its' associated LCD position indicators.

Switch 1 can be configured as 'E Position Only' by setting HEO as YES. In this case the top LCD PB1 or PB2 indicator will remain on and the pushbutton will have no effect on the action of switch 1.

The pushbutton can also be operated by a HART command. Additional information can be found under FB98.

A transfer block can be used to transfer a setpoint to the controller function block. As such, the controller block will initialize on the next execution after a transfer occurs to prevent bumping the controller output.

Two LCD segment indicators are used to indicate the position of PB1 or PB2. These indicators can be disabled by setting the parameter HDSD 'Disable

Segment Displays' to YES.

Two status outputs indicate the actual block output.

Status 'IS' will be high (100%) when the output is

Input I and status 'ES' will be high when the output is

Input E.

E

I

A

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

TRANSFER SWITCH

FB23 / FB11

FB23 / FB11

E

E

I

I

OUTPUT

A

TRANSFER

SWITCH

*

*

*

OUTPUT

STATUS IS

STATUS ES

H

H

H

E O

P U

S 1 A

H

H

H

H I

I

I

D S D

N E

N

I

N A

E POSITION ONLY.............................. NO/YES

POWER UP ............................................. E/I/LP

SWITCH 1 ACTION.......................... MOM/SUS

DISABLE SEGMENT DISPLAYS......... NO/YES

INPUT E ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT I ................................................ 00 to 99

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

FB Number Output

Identifications

11

23

Output: 09

Status IS: 10

Status ES: 25

Output: 27

Status IS: 63

Status ES: 64

PB2

PB1

1

2

BLOCK DIAGRAM

*

OUTPUT

IS

*

ES

*

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.9.3 GENERAL PURPOSE TRANSFER

FB49

The General Purpose Transfer Switch will select as its output Input A or Input B, depending on the level on Input C.

When Input C is high (>=80%), it will transfer to

Input B and when low (<75%) will return to Input A.

FB Number Output

Identification

49 Switched Output: 51

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GENERAL PURPOSE TRANSFER

FB49

FB49

A

A

OUTPUT

B

B

C

TRANSFER

SWITCH

51

OUTPUT

H I N A

H I N B

H I N C

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT C (SWITCH COMMAND) ......... 00 to 99

A

B

C

OUTPUT

51

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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A

B

D

E

F

G

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8.9.4 TRIPLE TRANSFER SWITCH

FB71

The Triple Transfer Switch will select INA or INB,

IND or INE, and INF or ING as block outputs depending on the level of INC.

When INC is high (>=80%) the switch will transfer from the normal positions shown in the block diagram. When INC goes low (<75%) or is not configured the switches will return to the normal position.

If INA, IND, or INF are not configured the input values will default to 100%. If INB, INE or ING are not configured the input values will default to 0%.

OUTPUT 1 31

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

TRIPLE TRANSFER SWITCH

FB71

FB71

A

A

OUTPUT

B

B

D

E

D

E

OUTPUT

F

G

F

G

OUTPUT

31

32

33

OUTPUT 1

OUTPUT 2

OUTPUT 3

C

TRIPLE TRANSFER

SWITCH

H I N A

H I N B

H I N D

H I N E

H I N F

H I N G

H I N C

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT D .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT E .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT F .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT G .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT C (SWITCH COMMAND) ......... 00 to 99

OUTPUT 2 32

OUTPUT 3

33

TRANSITION

INPUT C HIGH

FB

Number

71

Inputs

A & B

D & E

F & G

Output

Identifications

Output 1: 31

Output 2: 32

Output 3: 33

C

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.10 TRACK & HOLD

8.10.1 SETPOINT TRACK & HOLD #1/#2

FB17/FB46

The Setpoint Track & Hold #1 or #2 is generally used to change the setpoint of Controller #1 (FB13) or Controller #2 (FB46) respectively. The hold value of this block can be changed with the UP/DOWN pushbuttons when the displayed variable is S. The block output, however, does not have to be connected to Input S. The hold range of this block is -10.00 to

+110.00% but will be displayed in the range of the

FB15 input being used for display.

An alternate method, which allows the block hold value to be changed, is to connect the block output

(22) for FB17 or (48) for FB46, to the X or Y display variables in FB15. Then, when X or Y is displayed the hold value can be changed using the

UP/DOWN pushbuttons.

The function block can be placed in a tracking mode by making Input C high (>=80%). While in the tracking mode the hold value will track Input T. The pushbuttons will have no effect on the hold value in this mode.

Input L is used to control the active Setpoint block when two loops are used in a single configuration.

When INL is high (>=80%) the UP/DOWN buttons are disabled from FB17 and enabled for FB46.

When INL goes low or is not configured FB17 is enabled and FB46 is disabled.

The Setpoint Track & Hold also has built-in functions that can be initiated using communication commands (e.g. Target Setpoint, Ramp Rate, Ramp

Time, Start & Stop ramp action). For more details on accessing these functions, reference FB98 and the appropriate manuals for the HART master used to communicate to the Model 348 (i.e. UM325-1 when communicating through the Model 325 URICA,

CG39-7 for the HFM, and CG385-4 for the Model

385 Loop Operator’s Station).

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SETPOINT TRACK & HOLD #1 / #2

FB17 / FB46

FB17 / FB46

T

C

L

SETPOINT

TRACK & HOLD

#1 / #2

*

OUTPUT

H I N T

H I N C

H I N L

INPUT T (TRACK VARIABLE) ............ 00 to 99

INPUT C (TRACK COMMAND) ........... 00 to 99

INPUT L (LOOP COMMAND) .............. 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

FB Number Output Identification

17 Setpoint Signal Output:

22

46 Setpoint Signal Output:

48

L

T

C

LOOP CONTROL

TRACK INPUT

TRACK COMMAND

TRACK

&

HOLD

OUTPUT

*

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.10.2 GENERAL PURPOSE TRACK & HOLD

FB18

The General Purpose Track & Hold is similar to

FB17 except that a hold value (H1) can be entered in soft configuration. The UP/DOWN pushbuttons can also change the hold value if the block output (23) is connected to the X or Y display variables. Then, when X or Y is displayed the value can be changed unless the parameter HHCD 'Hold Value Change

Disabled' is set to YES.

FB Number Output

Identification

18 Signal Output: 23

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

GENERAL PURPOSE TRACK & HOLD

FB18

FB18

T GEN. PURPOSE

TRACK & HOLD

23

C

OUTPUT

H

H

S H

H I

I N

I N

1

N T

C

D

HOLD VALUE .................. -10.00 to +110.00%

INPUT T (TRACK VARIABLE) ........... 00 to 99

INPUT C (TRACK COMMAND) .......... 00 to 99

HV CHANGE DISABLED .................... NO/YES

T

C

TRACK INPUT

TRACK COMMAND

TRACK

&

HOLD

OUTPUT 23

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.10.3 GENERAL PURPOSE HOLD

FB19

The General Purpose Hold value (H2) can be entered in soft configuration. The UP/DOWN pushbuttons can also change the hold value if the block output

(23) is connected to the X or Y display variables.

Then, when X or Y is displayed the value can be changed unless the parameter HHCD 'Hold Value

Change Disabled' is set to YES.

FB Number Output

Identification

19 Output: 24

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GENERAL PURPOSE HOLD

FB19

FB19

GEN. PURPOSE

HOLD

24

OUTPUT

S H 2

H H C D

HOLD VALUE .................. -10.00 to +110.00%

HV CHANGE DISABLED .................... NO/YES

HOLD

OUTPUT

24

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.11 OVERRIDE SELECTOR

FB10

The override selector function block consists of two signal selectors in series. Each can be configured as

LO or HI. Whenever the block output is not equal to

Input A, the block output 'OR Status' will go high

(100%) and the operator display status window, as described in FB15, will display 'OR'.

The 'OR' status will not be displayed in the status window if the configuration parameter HDSD

'Display Status Disabled' is set to YES.

Any selector having only one input will result in that input being the selector output. No inputs will result in an output of 0% and an 'OR' status of 0%.

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

OVERRIDE SELECTOR

FB10

FB10

A

B

C

OVERRIDE

SELECTOR

07

08

OUTPUT

OR STATUS

H

H

H

H

H

H

S

S

1

1

B

C

D S D

I

I N

N

A

B

I

N C

B SELECTOR .......................................... LO/HI

C SELECTOR .......................................... LO/HI

DISPLAY STATUS DISABLED.... ....... NO/YES

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT B ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT C ............................................... 00 to 99

FB

Number

10

Output

Identifications

Signal Output:

07

OR Status: 08

A

B

HI/LO

SELECTOR

C

HI/LO

SELECTOR

B

BLOCK DIAGRAM

C

07

OUTPUT

08

OR STATUS

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.12. LOGIC

8.12.1 LOGIC BLOCKS #1 THRU #9

FB20/21/48/50/61/62/88/89/90

This function block provides the ability to perform logic operations on a pair of inputs. Functions include AND/NAND/OR/NOR/EXOR (exclusive

OR).

Unconfigured inputs for AND/NAND will be set to

100% and OR/NOR/EXOR to 0%.

A logic 1 is a high input (>=80%) and a logic 0 a low

(<75%).

62

88

89

90

FB Number Output Identification

20 Logic #1 Signal Output: 20

21

48

50

61

Logic #2 Signal Output: 21

Logic #3 Signal Output: 52

Logic #4 Signal Output: 53

Logic #5 Signal Output: 61

Logic #6 Signal Output: 62

Logic #7 Signal Output: 65

Logic #8 Signal Output: 66

Logic #9 Signal Output: 67

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LOGIC BLOCK #1 THRU #9

FB20/21/48/50/61/62/88/89/90

A

B

FB20/21/48/50

61/62/88/89/90

LOGIC

#1 THRU #9

*

OUTPUT

H I T

**

LOGIC TYPE ......... AND/NAND/OR/NOR/EOR

H

H

I

I

N

N

A

B

INPUT A .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

* See Output Identification

** FB20: 1, FB21: 2, FB48: 3, FB50: 4, FB61: 5,

FB62: 6, FB88: 7, FB89: 8, FB90: 9

A

B

LOGIC

AND/NAND/OR/NOR/EOR

OUTPUT

*

INPUTS

A B

0

0

0

1

1

0

1

1

TRUTH TABLE

OUTPUTS

AND NAND OR NOR EOR

0 1 0

1 0

0

1

1

0 1

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

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8.12.2 DELAY TIMER

FB65

This function block can be configured as an ON-

DELAY or OFF-DELAY timer.

ON-DELAY

When Input A is low (<75%), the output is low (0%).

If Input A goes high (>=80%), the timer will wait for a delay period DT and will then go high (100%), provided Input A is still high.

OFF-DELAY

When Input A is high (>=80%), the output is high

(100%). If Input A goes low (<75%), the timer will wait for a delay period DT and will then go low

(0%), provided Input A is still low.

POWER-UP

When OFF-DELAY is selected and Input A is low on power-up, the block can be configured to set its output high (100%) by selecting HOPU = YES. In this case the output will remain high for the delay period DT and then go low, provided Input A is still low.

When ON-DELAY is selected and Input A is high on power-up, the block can be configured to set its output high immediately by selecting HOPU = YES.

The Delay Time in seconds will be resolved to the closest 0.15 seconds which is the cycle time of the

Model 348.

FB Number Output

Identification

65 Timer Output: 69

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

DELAYTIMER

FB65

A

FB65

DELAY

TIMER

69

OUTPUT

S D T

H

H

I N A

D T T

H O P U

DELAY TIME .....…..……... 0.0 to 99999.9 SEC

INPUT A ...................………................. 00 to 99

DELAY TIMER TYPE ....…….............. OFF/ON

OUTPUT POWER-UP @ 100% …….. NO/YES

OFF-DELAY

ON-DELAY

DT

DT

TIMING DIAGRAM EXAMPLE

DT

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

INPUT

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.12.3 ONE SHOT TIMER

FB67

The One Shot Timer output will go high (100%) when Input A makes a positive transition (i.e. goes from low to high). If another positive transition is made while the timer output is still high, the timer will restart. The output will then remain high for a period equal to OT 'On Time'. The output will go low (0%) after the OT period until a new positive transition occurs.

An input is considered high when equal to or greater than 80%.

The configuration time 'OT' will be resolved to the closest 0.15 seconds which is the cycle time of the

Model 348.

FB Name

Output

Identification

67 Timer Output: 84

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ONE SHOT TIMER

FB67

A

FB67

ONE-SHOT

TIMER

84

OUTPUT

S O T

H I N A

ON TIME ............................ 0.0 to 99999.9 SEC

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

OT

OT

OUTPUT

INPUT

TIMING DIAGRAM EXAMPLE

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8.12.4 REPEAT CYCLE TIMER

FB47

Start

When Input B goes high (>=80%), the timer output will go from 0% to 100% and remain there for time

TN, at which time the output returns to 0% for time

TF. When TF is set to 0.00 the output will not turn off but stay on indefinitely. The timer will continue to repeat this cycle until stopped.

Stop

When Input B goes low (<75%), the timer output immediately goes to 0%.

Adaptive On Time

The Adaptive On Time function is only active when

Input A is configured. There are two separate applications for this function:

When TF is set to 0.00 the TIME PERIOD will remain fixed and equal to TN. The

ON time will vary from 0 to TN as Input A goes from 0% to 100%.

When TF is set at a value greater than 0.00

the OFF time will remain fixed at that value and the ON time will vary from 0 to

TN as Input A goes from 0% to 100%.

FB Number Output Identification

47 Repeat Cycle Signal: 49

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

REPEAT CYCLE TIMER

FB47

FB47

A

B

REPEAT CYCLE

TIMER

49

OUTPUT

H

H

S

S

I

I

T

T

N

N

F

N

A

B

TIME- OFF ....................... 0.00 to 9999.99 MIN

TIME- ON ......................... 0.00 to 9999.99 MIN

INPUT A (ADAPTIVE ON TIME) ......... 00 to 99

INPUT B (START) ............................... 00 to 99

A

B

ADAPTIVE

ON TIME

START/STOP

TIMER

ON

OFF

START

TIME

PERIOD

TN TF

BLOCK DIAGRAM

100%

0%

O U T P U T

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.13 RATIO & BIAS

8.13.1 RATIO

FB07

The RATIO block multiplies two block inputs A&B by R (Ratio). All 0-100% block input signals have a real range of 0-1, and the resultant 0-1 computed range represents a 0-100% block output. The output of the Ratio block is not limited.

When Input C is high (>=80%), the output will track

Input D and the R (Ratio) value will be recalculated as R=D/(AxB). R is limited to the values of the

Ratio Range established in configuration. Any calculated value of R exceeding these limits will be clamped at the limit.

Parameter SR 'Ratio' will be limited within the configured Ratio Range. Also SRRL 'Ratio Range

Low' can not be set higher than SR and SRRH 'Ratio

Range High' can not be set lower than SR.

The Ratio value can be viewed using the D button if

FB07 was selected in the T mode. The Ratio value can be changed continuously with the UP/DOWN arrow keys unless the Ratio Change Disabled parameter was configured as YES.

FB

Number

07

Output

Identificatio n

Ratio Output

Signal:03

Track

Output: 89

Unused Inputs

(Defaults)

Input A = 100%

(1.0)

Input B = 100%

(1.0)

Input C = 0% (0.0)

Input D = 100%

(1.0)

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RATIO

FB07

A

B

C

D

FB07

R

RATIO

O = R X A X B

03

89

OUTPUT

TRACK

OUTPUT

S R

S R R

S R R

H I N

H I N

H I N

H I N

H

R C

A

B

L

H

C

D

D

RATIO .......................................0.00 to 30.00

RATIO RANGE LOW ............... 0.00 to 30.00

RATIO RANGE HIGH .............. 0.00 to 30.00

INPUT A ........................................... 00 to 99

INPUT B ............................................ 00 to 99

INPUT C ........................................... 00 to 99

INPUT D ........................................... 00 to 99

RATIO CHANGE DISABLED .......... NO/YES

A

B

C

D

X

A X B

D

A X B

.

.

.

T

R

RATIO

C

X

R X A X B

D

A XR

.

.

X

BLOCK DIAGRAM

OUTPUT

TRACK

OUTPUT

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8.13.2 BIAS

FB08

The BIAS block sums input signals A and E together with the BIAS value B. The output of the Bias block is not limited.

When Input C is high (>=80%), the output will track

Input D and the B (Bias) value will be recalculated as

B=D-(A+E). The value of B is limited to +/-150% and any calculated Bias value exceeding these limits will be clamped at a limit.

The Bias value can be viewed using the D button if

FB08 was selected in the T mode. The Bias value can be changed continuously using the UP/DOWN arrow keys unless the Bias Change Disabled parameter was configured as YES.

The Bias value that is viewed using the D pushbutton

(i.e. Operator Bias Range) can have an associated engineering range, selectable from one of the ranges configured in FB15. For example, it may be preferable to view the Bias value in Process units in place of % of range if it is the setpoint to the controller. The selectable ranges are defined as follows:

1 ............................ P1

2 ............................ P2

3 ............................ X

4 ............................ Y

5 ............................ %

FB

Number

08

Output

Identificatio n

Bias Output

Signal: 04

Track

Output: 90

Unused

Inputs

Input A: 0%

Input E: 0%

Input C: 0%

Input D: 0%

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

BIAS

FB08

C

D

A

E

FB08

B

BIAS

O = B + A + E

04

90

OUTPUT

TRACK

OUTPUT

S B

H O B R

H I N A

H I N E

H I N

C

H I N D

H B C D

BIAS ............................. -150.00% to +150.00%

OPERATOR BIAS RANGE ............... 1/2/3/4/5

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT E ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT C .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT D ............................................... 00 to 99

BIAS CHANGE DISABLED ................. NO/YES

C

D

A

E

+ A + E

+

+

+

+

B + A + E

+

+

T

B

BIAS

C +

BLOCK DIAGRAM

OUTPUT

D - (A + B)

TRACK

OUTPUT

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS UM348-1

8.14 HI/LO SETPOINT LIMIT #1/#2

FB09/FB51

The HI/LO Setpoint Limit block accepts a block interconnection signal and provides an output that is limited within the high (HL) and low (LL) limit settings. This block is normally used as a limit for the setpoint to the Loop 1 controller (FB13 for FB09) or Loop 2 Controller (FB45 for FB51), and will be reported in the HART communications as part of the

Loop 1 or Loop 2 setpoint information. Note that when the Setpoint display is configured to be the output of the Limit block, pressing the UP/DOWN arrows while the Setpoint is selected changes the output of the Setpoint block, not the output of the

Limit block. The setpoint block output continues to change even though the limit block (FB09/54) limits the output and the displayed setpoint. This block can be used for other than setpoint limiting noting that the limit values and status will be reported as part of the

Loop 1 and Loop 2 information.

The status of this block can be displayed in the 4 character status window as described in FB15.

When the output is equal to the high limit setting, the alphanumeric will display H1 for FB09 or H2 for

FB51. When the output is equal to the low limit setting the alphanumeric will display L1 for Loop1 or

L2 for Loop2.

When a Hi Limit is set lower than a Lo Limit the block output will equal the Hi Limit.

The alphanumeric statuses will not be displayed in the status window if the configuration parameter

HDSD is set to YES.

A

HI/LO SETPOINT LIMIT #1 /#2

FB09 / FB51

FB09 / FB51

A

HI/LO

SETPOINT LIMIT

#1 / #2

*

OUTPUT

S

L L

**

S H

L

**

H D S D

H I N A

LOW LIMIT ..................... -10.00% to +110.00%

HIGH LIMIT .................... -10.00% to +110.00%

DISPLAY STATUS DISABLED ........... NO/YES

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

** FB09: 1, FB51: 2

FB

Number

09

51

HI

SELECTOR

Output

Identifications

05

54

LO

SELECTOR

*

OUTPUT

LL

BLOCK DIAGRAM

HL

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8.15 ALARMS

8.15.1 ALARM BLOCK #1/#2

FB12/FB73

Alarm Block #1 and #2 each contain four alarms.

This block normally associates with alarms that are part of Loop 1 (i.e. Controller #1 and Setpoint #1) and Loop 2 (i.e. Controller #2 and Setpoint #2)..

Each alarm may be configured as an absolute or deviation type alarm. The action of each alarm can be selected as a HI, LO, HDEV, LDEV, DEV, OR or NONE during Hard configuration.

HI or LO will function as a high or low absolute alarm that compares the input with Setpoint SSA_.

When the input (A,B,C,D) is higher than the Setpoint for a Hi alarm or lower than the Setpoint for a Lo alarm, the block output Status AS_ will go high

(100%).

OR (out of range) will function as a high and low absolute alarm. The setpoints for this alarm are fixed at 0% and 100%, and the SSA_ parameters are ignored.

HDEV or LDEV will function as a high or low difference alarm between two inputs for Loop

#1(Inputs A & B if alarm 1 or 2 is selected, Inputs C

& D if alarm 3 or 4 is selected) or Loop #2 (Inputs A

& B if alarm 5 or 6 is selected, Inputs C & D if alarm 7 or 8 is selected). Note, when alarm 1 is selected, alarm 2 can still be used as a HI, LO, or

OR using Input B.

DEV will function as an absolute difference alarm between the corresponding inputs for Loop #1(Inputs

A & B if alarm 1 or 2 is selected, Inputs C & D if alarm 3 or 4 is selected) or Loop #2 (Inputs A & B if alarm 5 or 6 is selected, Inputs C & D if alarm 7 or 8 is selected).

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

ALARM BLOCK #1 / #2

FB12 / FB73

FB12 / FB73

A

ALARM 1 / 5

*

STATUS AS1/AS5

B

C

ALARM 2 / 6

ALARM 3 / 7

*

*

STATUS AS2/AS6

STATUS AS3/AS7

D

ALARM 4 / 8

*

STATUS AS4/AS8

S S A **

S S A **

S S A **

S S A **

SETPOINT ALARM 1/5 ...... -10.00 to 110.00%

SETPOINT ALARM 2/6 ...... -10.00 to 110.00%

SETPOINT ALARM 3/7 ...... -10.00 to 110.00%

SETPOINT ALARM 4/8 ...... -10.00 to 110.00%

S D A **

S D A **

S D A **

S D A **

DEADBAND ALARM 1/5 ............... 0.1/0.5/1/5%

DEADBAND ALARM 2/6 ............... 0.1/0.5/1/5%

DEADBAND ALARM 3/7 ............... 0.1/0.5/1/5%

DEADBAND ALARM 4/8 ............... 0.1/0.5/1/5%

ENABLE/DISABLE ALARM 1/5 ............. EN/DIS

S E A **

S E A **

S E A **

S E A **

H Q

H Q

H Q

**

**

**

R

R

R

H Q ** R

H A ** T

ENABLE/DISABLE ALARM 2/6 ............. EN/DIS

ENABLE/DISABLE ALARM 3/7 ............. EN/DIS

ENABLE/DISABLE ALARM 4/8 ............. EN/DIS

QUICK ALARM 1/5 RANGE ..... P-1/2-X/3-Y/4-%

QUICK ALARM 2/6 RANGE ..... P-1/2-X/3-Y/4-%

QUICK ALARM 3/7 RANGE ..... P-1/2-X/3-Y/4-%

QUICK ALARM 4/8 RANGE ..... P-1/2-X/3-Y/4-%

A1T/A5T .... NONE/HI/LO/HDEV/LDEV/DEV/OR

H A ** T

H A ** T

H A ** T

H I N A

H A ** I

H A ** I

H A ** I

H A ** O

H A ** O

H A ** O

H A ** O

A2T/A6T .... NONE/HI/LO/HDEV/LDEV/DEV/OR

A3T/A7T .... NONE/HI/LO/HDEV/LDEV/DEV/OR

A4T/A8T .... NONE/HI/LO/HDEV/LDEV/DEV/OR

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT B ............................................... 00 to 99

H I N B

H I

H I

N C

N D

H A ** I

INPUT C ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT D ............................................... 00 to 99

A1/A5 DELAY IN ......... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A2/A6 DELAY IN ......... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A3/A7 DELAY IN ......... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A4/A8 DELAY IN ......... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A1/A5 DELAY OUT ..... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A2/A6 DELAY OUT ..... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A3/A7 DELAY OUT ..... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

A4/A8 DELAY OUT ..... 0/.4/1/2/5/15/30/60 SEC

ALARM 1/5 RINGBACK ....................... NO/YES

H A ** R

H A ** R

H A ** R

H A ** R

ALARM 2/6 RINGBACK ....................... NO/YES

ALARM 3/7 RINGBACK ....................... NO/YES

ALARM 4/8 RINGBACK ....................... NO/YES

* See Output Identifications

** If Loop1: 1, 2, 3, 4 If Loop 2: 5, 6, 7, 8

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

The Status of each alarm will be displayed in the status window. The operation of the status window is described in detail as part of FB15.

Each alarm can be Enabled or Disabled using the appropriate SEA_ parameter. When an alarm is disabled its' status output, status window, and flasher

(if configured) will be disabled.

Each alarm can have associated engineering units P1,

X, Y, or %, which can be selected during configuration by setting parameter HQ_R to 1, 2, 3, or 4 respectively. When an alarm is selected with the

Quick Alarm pushbutton, the 4 character alphanumeric display will flash between the alarm mnemonic (e.g. SSA1) for 2 sec. and the associated engineering units (e.g. GPM) for 1 sec.

FB

Number

12

73

Output Identification

Alarm 1 Status AS1: 11

Alarm 2 Status AS2: 12

Alarm 3 Status AS3: 13

Alarm 4 Status AS4: 91

Alarm 5 Status AS5: 75

Alarm 6 Status AS6: 76

Alarm 7 Status AS7: 77

Alarm 8 Status AS8: 78

All alarms have the following features:

Selectable Deadband, requires that the input signal drop below (or above) the setpoint by the amount of the deadband before the alarm clears (goes low).

Dely-In Time, requires that the input signal remain above (or below) the setpoint for the delay time before the alarm trips (goes high).

Delay-Out Time, requires that the input signal remain below (or above) the setpoint + deadband for the delay time before the alarm clears (goes low).

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INPUT 1 (A, B, C or D)

LO ALARM

HI

COMPARATOR

STATUS AS_

SSA_

INPUT 1 (A, B, C or D)

HI ALARM

LO

COMPARATOR

STATUS AS_

SSA_

INPUT 1 (A or C)

+

HI DEV ALARM

HI

COMPARATOR

STATUS AS_

INPUT 2 (B or D)

-

SSA_

INPUT 1 (A or C)

+

LO DEV ALARM

LO

COMPARATOR

STATUS AS_

INPUT 2 (B or D)

-

SSA_

INPUT 1 (A or C)

+

DEV ALARM

INPUT 2 (B or D)

-

ABS

SSA_

INPUT 1 (A, B, C or D)

100%

OR ALARM

HI

COMPARATOR

HI

COMPARATOR

STATUS AS_

LOGIC

OR

STATUS AS_

INPUT 1 (A, B, C or D)

0%

LO

COMPARATOR

Ringback, causes a previously acknowledged flashing alarm to flash again when the alarm clears (goes low).

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.15.2 QUAD COMPARATOR

FB64

This block provides 4 Comparators that compare an input signal with a trippoint and provide an ON/OFF output. Each comparator also includes configurable deadband (DB).

The trippoint of each comparator can be either an input (i.e. E,F,G,H) or parameter STC_. If the input is not configured, STC_ will be compared to the signal input, otherwise the configured input will be used.

Equations

Direct Acting:

I>=TP

I<(TP-DB)

(TP-DB)>=I<TP

O = 100%

O = 0%

O = (no change)

Reverse Acting:

I<=TP

I>(TP+DB)

O = 100%

O = 0%

(TP+DB)>=I>TP O = (no change)

FB

Number

64

3

4

1

2

Comparator

Number

Input Output

Identification

A & E 80

B & F 81

C & G 82

D & H 83

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

QUAD COMPARATOR

FB64

FB64

A

E

B

F

COMPARATOR 1

COMPARATOR 2

C

G

D

H

COMPARATOR 3

COMPARATOR 4

80

81

82

83

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

S T C 1

S T C 2

S T C 3

S T C 4

S D C 1

S D C 2

S D C 3

S D C 4

H C 1 A

H C 2 A

H C 3 A

H C 4 A

H I N A

H I N B

H I N C

H I N D

H I N E

H I N F

H I N G

H I N H

TRIP COMP. 1 .................... -10.00 to 110.00%

TRIP COMP. 2 .................... -10.00 to 110.00%

TRIP COMP. 3 .................... -10.00 to 110.00%

TRIP COMP. 4 .................... -10.00 to 110.00%

DEADBAND COMP. 1 ................ 0.1 to 100.0%

DEADBAND COMP. 2 ................ 0.1 to 100.0%

DEADBAND COMP. 3 ................ 0.1 to 100.0%

DEADBAND COMP. 4 ................ 0.1 to 100.0%

COMP. 1 ACTION ............................. REV/DIR

COMP. 2 ACTION ............................. REV/DIR

COMP. 3 ACTION ............................. REV/DIR

COMP. 4 ACTION ............................. REV/DIR

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT B ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT C ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT D ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT E ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT F ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT G ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT H ............................................... 00 to 99

A,B,C,D

E,F,G,H

SIGNAL

STC

TRIPPOINT

COMPARATOR

OUTPUT

80, 81,

82, 83

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8.16 OPERATOR’S DISPLAY

FB15

The Operator Display function block controls the function of the operator display panel on the front of the Model 348.

Pushbuttons

PB1 - Active when FB23 has been selected in the T mode. See function block description for operational details.

PB2 - Active when FB11 has been selected in the T mode. See function block description for operational details.

A/M - Active when FB14 and/or FB55 has been selected in the T mode. It will toggle the controller between Auto & Manual as detailed in FB14 or

FB55 description. It interfaces with FB55 when the

Loop Command activates the block. The upper LCD segment indicates Auto and the lower segment

Manual.

D - This pushbutton is used to change the displayed variable. A single alphanumeric character will indicate the displayed variable as P, S, V/O, X, Y, R,

B, C, M, 1, or 2. The units, if applicable, for each of these will be displayed in the four character alphanumeric display.

ACK - This pushbutton, when not in the configuration mode will acknowledge a flashing alarm or status and open the status window showing the condition being acknowledged.

Repeated pressing of this button will step through and acknowledge other statuses, if present. If this button is not pressed, for 5 seconds, the four character display will return to its' normal function of displaying the engineering units of the displayed variable.

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OPERATORS DISPLAY

FB15

FB15

P

S

V

X

Y

P -888888 ABCD

S P

100

80

60

50

40

20

0

CLOSED VALVE OPEN

0 OUT

100

OPERATOR

DISPLAY

1

2

A

L

06

19

26

ERROR

PULSE ON

PULSE OFF

S T S T

S T

S

I

H I N P

H I N S

H I N V

H I N X

H I N Y

H I N A

H I N L

H P D R

H

H

H

H H

H H

S D

H

H

S

S

D

D

1

2

R

1

2

S D

S P

P 1

L 1

S P

S D

H

P

S P

L 2

S P

H 2

S D P X

1

2

S

S

X

X

L

H

S D P Y

S Y L

S Y H

DECIMAL POINT RANGE 1 ......... .0.0.0.0.0.0

PROCESS LO RANGE 1 ......... +/- 0 to 999999

PROCESS HI RANGE 1 ......... +/- 0 to 999999

DECIMAL POINT RANGE 2 ... ...... .0.0.0.0.0.0

PROCESS LO RANGE 2 ......... +/- 0 to 999999

PROCESS HI RANGE 2 .......... +/- 0 to 999999

DECIMAL POINT X ....................... .0.0.0.0.0.0

X LO RANGE .......................... +/- 0 to 999999

X HI RANGE ............................ +/- 0 to 999999

DECIMAL POINT Y ........................ .0.0.0.0.0.0

Y LO RANGE ........................... +/- 0 to 999999

Y HI RANGE ............................ +/- 0 to 999999

TAG SCROLL TIME ...................... 5 to 20 SEC

TAG SCROLL INFO .................TN1/TN2/BOTH

INPUT P (PROCESS) .......................... 00 to 99

INPUT S (SETPOINT) ......................... 00 to 99

INPUT V (VALVE/OUTPUT) ............... 00 to 99

INPUT X ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT Y ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT A (ACKNOWLEDGE) ............... 00 to 99

INPUT L (LOOP SELECT) .................. 00 to 99

PROCESS DISPLAY RANGE .................. 1/2/L

SETPOINT DISPLAY RANGE ................. 1/2/L

HORIZONTAL-BAR SELECT 1 .................. V/O

HORIZONTAL-BAR SELECT 2 ................. V/O

HORIZONTAL-BAR DIRECT 1 ........... NO/YES

HORIZONTAL-BAR DIRECT 2 ........... NO/YES

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H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H S C F

I

I

N

N

1

2

U

1

2 U

T

T

E

N

N

U

1

2

1

S

S

E

E

E

F

U

U

U

L

L

2

X

Y

1

F

F

F

F

L

L

L

2

4

5

3

SELF CLEARING FLASHER .............. NO/YES

INPUT 1 (USER 1 STATUS) ............... 00 to 99

INPUT 2 (USER 2 STATUS) ............... 00 to 99

USER 1 STATUS .................... 2 CHAR (ASCII)

USER 2 STATUS .................... 2 CHAR (ASCII)

TAG NAME PROCESS 1 ..... 12 CHAR (ASCII)

TAG NAME PROCESS 2 ..... 12 CHAR (ASCII)

ENG. UNITS PROCESS 1 ...... 4 CHAR (ASCII)

ENG. UNITS PROCESS 2 ..... 4 CHAR (ASCII)

ENG. UNITS X ........................ 4 CHAR (ASCII)

ENG. UNITS Y ........................ 4 CHAR (ASCII)

FLASHER 1 .................................. (see table 1)

FLASHER 2 .................................. (see table 1)

FLASHER 3 .................................. (see table 1)

FLASHER 4 ................................... (see table 1)

FLASHER 5 ................................... (see table 1)

TAG - This button, when not in the configuration mode, will cause the 4 character display to scroll, displaying the following information as defined by parameter 'STSI': a) Tag Name 1 <Loop 1> b) Tag Name 2 <Loop 2> c) Tag Name 1/Tag Name 2

Configuration Pushbuttons: These buttons are described in the configuration section of this manual.

This also includes the Quick Access buttons such as

ALARM, ... .

Status Window: The four character display normally indicates the engineering units of the displayed variable. When a status condition occurs it will stack up behind the engineering units and can be viewed by the operator using the ACK pushbutton.

The four decimal points in the display window will blink when a status is present. This indicates that the window can be opened using the ACK button to view the statuses. While viewing statuses the blinking will stop. If the ACK button is not pressed for 5 seconds the window will close,

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

again displaying any engineering units and blinking the decimal points as long as any statuses are present.

Bargraph Flashers: Any of the following status conditions can be selected to flash the P/S bargraphs.

Pushing the UP ARROW button moves through the list.

When a status occurs that causes flashing P/S bargraphs, the status window will open automatically. When the flashing is acknowledged and there are no more flashing statuses the status window will return to normal and display any

Engineering Units.

TABLE FB15-1 Status Conditions

Status Condition

(not used)

Alarm #1

Alarm #2

Alarm #3

Alarm #4

High Limit #1

Low Limit #1

Override

Standby Sync #1

Emerg Manual #1

User Status 1

User Status 2

Error

High Limit #2

Low Limit #2

Totalizer Preset 1

Totalizer Preset 2

Alarm #5

Alarm #6

Alarm #7

Alarm #8

Standby Sync #2

Emerg Manual #2

Designator

P2

A5

A6

A7

E

H2

L2

P1

A8

S2

M2

OR

S1

M1

U1*

U2*

00 “NONE”

A1

A2

A3

A4

H1

L1

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* When U1 and/or U2 status conditions occur, the displayed status will be the ASCII characters configured for parameters HU1S and HU2S, respectively.

Overrange Display: When a displayed variable is beyond the configured range the value will be displayed, provided there are sufficient digits in the display. When a value is overrange the decimal point will flash indicating an overrange condition. This feature will not apply when the display is ranged for

0-1.

Inputs

P - Process Variable, can be displayed in engineering units or % of range.

S - Setpoint is displayed in the same units as P.

V/O - Valve/Output is displayed as %.

X - Variable X, can be displayed in engineering units or % of range.

Y - Variable Y, can be displayed in engineering units or % of range.

1 - Will cause User Status 1 to be displayed in the status window when this input goes high (>=80%).

2 - Will cause User Status 2 to be displayed in the status window when this input goes high (>=80%).

A - When this input goes high (>=80%), it will cause any flashing P/S bargraphs and status mnemonic to stop.

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L - Loop Select: When this input goes high

(>=80%), Range 2 will be used to scale the Process

(INP) if the parameter 'HPDR' is set to 'L' (LOOP) and also scale the Setpoint if the parameter 'HSDR' is set to 'L'. The horizontal bar (Valve/Output) will be displayed as defined by the parameters 'HS1'/'HS2' and 'HD1'/HD2'. If only one valve signal is to be displayed, but 'INL' is being used, be sure that both sets of parameters are configured identically. When the input drops below 75% or is not configured,

Range 1 will be used to scale the respective inputs.

Outputs

ERROR (06) - This output will go high (100%) whenever an error status is displayed in the status window.

Pulse-On (19) - This output will go high (100%) for

0.6 sec. whenever a flashing P/S bargraph is initiated.

Pulse-Off (26) - This output will go high (100%) for

0.6 sec. whenever a flashing P/S bargraph is turned off (i.e. acknowledged).

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8.17 DYNAMIC COMPENSATION

8.17.1 LAG

FB40

This function block provides Lag action with a time constant 'TL' that can be set during soft configuration.

When INB is high (>=80%) or not configured, the function block will be in NORMAL operation. When it is low (<75%) the lag function will be bypassed and the output is set equal to INA.

FB Number Output

Identification

40 Output: 40

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

LAG

FB40

A

B

FB40

LAG

40

OUTPUT

S T L

H I N

H I N

A

B

TIME - LAG ..................... 0.00 to 1000.00 MIN

INPUT A .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

A

B

SIGNAL

NORMAL

1

TLs + 1

OUTPUT

40

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.17.2 LEAD

FB41

This function block provides Lead action with a time constant TH that can be set during soft configuration.

When INB is high (>=80%) or not configured, the function block will be in NORMAL operation. When it is low (<75%) the lead function will be bypassed and the output is set equal to INA.

FB

Number

41

Output

Identification

Output: 41

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LEAD

FB41

A

B

FB41

LEAD

41

OUTPUT

S T

H I

H I

H

N

N

A

B

TIME - LEAD ................. 0.00 to 1000.00 MIN

INPUT A ............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

A SIGNAL

B

NORMAL

THs +1

0.1THs + 1

OUTPUT 41

BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8.17.3 RATE LIMITER

FB42

The Rate Limiter will limit the rate at which the block output changes. Both the full scale time to ramp up 'TRU' and ramp down 'TRD' can be set independently during configuration.

When Input B goes high (>=80%), the Rate Limiter will be in NORMAL operation, and when low

(<75%), the rate limit function will be bypassed which sets the output equal to Input A. If Input A is not configured, the output will be set to 0%. If Input

B is not configured it will be set to 100% placing the block in the NORMAL mode.

Input C, adaptive rate input, will vary the actual time set in configuration between 0% and 100% as the input signal varies from 0% to 100%.

The Rate Limiter can be used to limit the rate of change of the valve signal or the rate at which the local setpoint can be changed.

Unused Inputs

Input A: 0%

Input B: 100%

Input C: 100%

Input D: 100%

FB Number Output

Identification

42 Output: 42

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

RATE LIMITER

FB 42

FB42

C

D

A

B

RATE

LIMITER

42

OUTPUT

H

H

H

S

S

H

I

I

I

I

T

T

U

D

A

B

C

D

R

R

N

N

N

N

TIME- RATE UP ............. 0.00 to 9999.99 MIN

TIME- RATE DOWN ....... 0.00 to 9999.99 MIN

INPUT A ............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B (NORMAL/BYPASS) ........... 00 to 99

INPUT C (ADAPTIVE RATE-UP) ....... 00 to 99

INPUT D (ADAPTIVE RATE-DN) ....... 00 to 99

C

D

A

SIGNAL INPUT

B

NORMAL

ADAPTIVE RATE-UP

ADAPTIVE RATE-DOWN

BLOCK DIAGRAM

OUTPUT 42

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8.17.4 DEAD TIME TABLE

FB43

The Dead Time Table includes 50 shift registers.

The Input INA will be held for a period of time and then each register value will be transferred to the next register. The maximum delay time 'TM' can be set in soft configuration. The time for each shift to occur is therefore equal to 0.02 x TM.

When INB is high (>=80%) or not configured the function block will be in NORMAL operation. When low (<75%) the dead time function is bypassed which means that all registers and the output will be set equal to INA.

Input C 'INC' is the adaptive dead time input. When used it causes the output to pick the signal from the register closest to the level of INC (e.g. Input C =

53% Output = Register 27, Input C = 56% Output =

Register 28, ..).

FB Number Output

Identification

43 Output: 43

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DEAD TIME TABLE

FB43

FB43

A

B

DEAD TIME

TABLE

43

OUTPUT

C

S T M

H I N

H I N

H I N

A

B

C

TIME - MAX. DELAY ............... 0 to 10000 MIN

INPUT A .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT C .............................................. 00 to 99

A

B

C

E

R

S

T

S

G

I

R

E

I

F

S

H

T

2

3

6

4

5

48

0

1

49

50

BYPASS

BLOCK DIAGRAM

43

OUTPUT

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8.18 MATH

8.18.1 MATH #1/#2/#3

FB34/FB35/FB36

This function block provides general purpose mathematical capabilities required in many control applications (e.g. pressure/temperature compensation, ratio computing, signal averaging,

.....). All 0-100% block inputs have a real range of

0-1, with the resultant 0-1 computed range representing a 0-100% block output. The output of the math block is not limited which allows interconnection of math blocks for more complex equations without any loss of accuracy.

Unused Inputs

Input A: 0% (0.0)

Input B: 0% (0.0)

Input C: 0% (0.0)

FB

Number

34

35

36

Output

Identification

Output: 34

Output: 35

Output: 36

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

MATH BLOCK #1 / #2 / #3

FB34 / FB35 / FB36

FB34 / FB35 / FB36

A

B

C

MATH BLOCK

#1 / #2 / #3

*

OUTPUT

S G O **

GAIN-OUTPUT ........... +/- .000000 to 999999

S G A **

GAIN-A INPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

S G B **

S G C **

GAIN-B INPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

GAIN-C INPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

S B O **

S B A **

BIAS-OUTPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

BIAS-A INPUT ............. +/- .000000 to 999999

S B B **

S B C **

BIAS-B INPUT.............. +/- .000000 to 999999

BIAS-C INPUT ............. +/- .000000 to 999999

H O ** A

OPERATION A ................. SUB/ADD/MUL/DIV

H

H

H

O

I

I

**

N

N

B

A

B

OPERATION B ................. SUB/ADD/MUL/DIV

INPUT A ............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B .............................................. 00 to 99

H I N C

INPUT C .............................................. 00 to 99

* See Output Identification

** FB34: 1, FB35: 2, FB36: 3

Signal Equation

SO = GO {[(GA* SA+BA) OPERATION A (GB*SB+BB)] OPERATION B[GC*SC+BC]} + BO

(-/+/*/¸) (-/+/*/¸)

SA, SB, and SC are input A, B, and C.

SO is the signal output.

A

+

B

A

+

G

A

If all three inputs are not used:

When used to multiply or divide A and B set BC = 1.00

When used to multiply or divide A and B set BB = 1.00

B

G

B

C

G

C

+

B

B

+

-/+ x/ :

+

B

C

+

-/+ x/ :

BLOCK DIAGRAM

G

O

+

B

O

+

OUTPUT

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.18.2 GAIN & BIAS #1/#2

FB38/FB39

The Gain & Bias function block provides general purpose scaling capabilities required in many control applications (e.g. valve split ranging, signal scaling,

.....). All 0-100% block inputs have a real range of

0-1, with the resultant 0-1 computed range representing a 0-100% block output. The output of the Gain & Bias block is not limited allowing interconnection with other math blocks for more complex equations without loss of accuracy.

Unused Inputs

Input A: 0% (0.0)

FB Number Output Identification

38 Output: 38

39 Output: 39

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GAIN & BIAS #1 / #2

FB38 / FB39

FB38 / FB39

A

GAIN & BIAS

#1 / #2

*

OUTPUT

S

S

S

S

B

B

G

G

O

A

O

A

*

*

*

*

GAIN-OUTPUT ........... +/- .000000 to 999999

GAIN-A INPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

BIAS-OUTPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

BIAS-A INPUT ............ +/- .000000 to 999999

H I N A

INPUT A ............................................. 00 to 99

* See Output Identification

** FB38: 5, FB39: 6

A

G

A

+

B

A

+

BLOCK DIAGRAM

G

O

+

B

O

+

OUTPUT

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8.18.3 DEVIATION AMPLIFIER

FB22

This function block computes the difference between two inputs A & B and multiplies it by a configurable

Gain value. The result is summed with a third input

C and a configurable Bias value.

All 0-100% block inputs have a real range of 0-1, with the resultant 0-1 computed range representing a

0-100% block output. The output of the Deviation

Amplifier block is not limited.

Unused Inputs (defaults)

Input A = 100% (1.0)

Input B = 0% (0.0)

Input C = 0% (0.0)

FB Number Output

Identification

22 Signal Output: 29

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

DEVIATION AMPLIFIER

FB22

FB22

A

B

C

DEVIATION

AMPLIFIER

29

OUTPUT

S

S

G 1

B 1

H I N A

H

H

I

I

N

N

B

C

GAIN .......................... +/- .000001 to 999999

BIAS ........................... +/- .000001 to 999999

INPUT A ............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT B ............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT C ............................................. 00 to 99

B

C

A

+

G1

+

B1

+

+

OUTPUT

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8.18.4 SQUARE ROOT EXTRACTOR

FB24

This function block will extract the square root of any block input signal greater than zero. A normalized 0-100% signal will result in a normalized

0-100% block output.

Graph 1 illustrates the function of this block over the full 0-100% input and output range. Graph 2 illustrates the block function over the first 2% of the input range. It has a built-in low limit to insure a

'fixed zero' at no flow conditions and a linearized function up to 1% of input to minimize the high gain associated with the square root function near zero.

FB Number Output Identification

24 Linear Signal Output: 44

OUTPUT

120.00%

100.00%

80.00%

60.00%

40.00%

20.00%

0.00%

-20.00%

0.00% 25.00% 50.00% 75.00% 100.00%

INPUT

GRAPH 1 Full Range Function

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SQUARE ROOT EXTRACTOR

FB24

FB24

A

EXTRACTOR

44

OUTPUT

H I N A

INPUT A ............................................. 00 to 99

A

0%

LO

LIMIT

EXTRACTOR

OUTPUT

BLOCK DIAGRAM

OUTPUT

20.00%

15.00% i0.00%

5.00%

0.00%

...

...

.

..

.

..

..

.. .

. . .

.

. . . .

..

-5.00%

0.00% 0.50% 1.00% 1.50% 2.00%

INPUT

GRAPH 2 Function @ Low End

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8.18.5 INTEGRATOR/TOTALIZER

FB16

This function block integrates input signal A and increments the count accordingly. The Integrator is configured by setting the Full Scale rate, the Time

Base, and Count Multiplier.

As an example, a 0-100% input represents a flow rate of 0-400 gal/min. Select SFS = 400, STB =

MIN, SCM = 1, HCU = GAL. If, in this example, the input equals 50% (200 gal/min) for 1 hour the count would read 12000. In cases where the signal will be integrated over a long period of time the count may overflow the 6 digit counter. In this case a

Count Multiplier greater than 1 should be used. If the Count Multiplier were set to 1000 the actual count in this example would equal 12 (indicating 12 x

1000 = GAL). In other cases it may be desirable to use a Count Multiplier less than 1 to increase resolution for small batches. If a Count Multiplier of

0.1 were used, the Count in the example would equal

120000 (indicating 120000 x 0.1 GAL).

The function block also has two presets. The block outputs for these presets will go to 100% when the

Count equals or exceeds the preset value. For INC action, Count >= Preset. For DEC action, Count <=

Preset.

The COUNT will stop at 999999. To configure a counter that rolls over, one of the presets can be set to 999999 and the preset status connected to Input R.

Input S (STOP) will cause the integrator to stop incrementing the COUNT when it goes high

(>=80%). Any accumulated value in the integrator will be retained while in the STOP mode.

Input R (RESET) will cause the COUNT and any accumulated value in the integrator to be reset to 0.

The reset action will occur when Input R goes high

(>=80%) and will be executed first in the block

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

INTEGRATOR/TOTALIZER

FB16

FB16

SIGNAL

A

INTEGRATOR

STOP

RESET

S

R

9 9 9 9 9 9

9 9 9 9 9 9

PRESET 1

9 9 9 9 9 9

PRESET 2

92

93

P1 STATUS

P2 STATUS

S

S

S F S

S

T

B

C M

Z D O

H

H

H

H

S S V

S P 1

S P 2

S D I R

C U

T D D

P C

I

N

D

A

H

H I

I N

N

S

R

FULL SCALE VALUE ......... 0.00001 to 999999

TIME BASE ................... SEC/MIN/HR/DAY/WK

COUNT MULTIPLIER ........ 0.00001 to 999999

ZERO DROP OUT .................... 0.0% to 30.0%

STARTING VALUE ........................ 0 to 999999

PRESET 1 ...................................... 0 to 999999

PRESET 2 ...................................... 0 to 999999

DIRECTION ........................................ INC/DEC

COUNT UNITS .......................................... (****)

TOTALIZER DISPLA'Y DISABLE ....... NO/YES

PRESET CHANGE DISABLE .............. NO/YES

INPUT A (SIGNAL) .............................. 00 to 99

INPUT S (STOP) .................................. 00 to 99

INPUT R (RESET) ............................... 00 to 99 cycle so that any Input A will also be integrated during the same cycle.

All Integrator/Totalizer displays (C, M, 1, & 2) will be available for display using the D pushbutton, unless the parameter HTDD is set to YES. Also the values of the Presets can be changed when they are displayed unless the parameter HPCD 'Presets

Change Disabled' is set to YES.

The counter will hold the count when the station has a power outage. When starting a new batch, the counter should be reset using INR.

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FB Number Output

Identifications

16 P1 Status: 92

P2 Status: 93

A (0-100%)

S

STOP

PULSE

INTEGRATOR

R

RESET

9 9 9 9 9 9

COUNT

ZERO DROP OUT

9 9 9 9 9 9

PRESET 1

9 9 9 9 9 9

PRESET 2

BLOCK DIAGRAM

PRESET 1

STATUS

PRESET 2

STATUS

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8.18.6 10 SEGMENT CHARACTERIZER

#1/#2

FB44/FB72

The 10-Segment Characterizer provides X,Y coordinate selections that can be used to obtain various input/output characterizations.

Input A is the X variable, and the Output is Y.

This function block can be used for linearizing signals in many process applications, including pH, compressor surge, .... . All 10 segments must have valid configuration values. Each Xn must be greater or equal to Xn-1. Inputs that are less than X0 or greater than X10 will have outputs equal to Y0 or

Y10.

FB Number Output Identification

44 Characterized Signal:

45

72 Characterized Signal:

57

100%

O

U

T

P

U

T

0%

0%

X0,Y0

X1,Y1

X3,Y3

X4,Y4

X5,Y5

X6,Y6

X2,Y2

X7,Y7

X8,Y8

X9,Y9

X10,Y10

INPUT

100%

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

10-SEGMENT CHARACTERIZER #1 / #2

FB44 / FB72

FB44 / FB72

A

10-SEGMENT

CHARACTERIZER

#1 / #2

*

OUTPUT

S X 0

S X 1

S X 2

S X 3

S X 4

S X 5

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X0 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X1 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X2 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X3 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X4 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X5 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

S X 6

S X 7

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X6 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X7 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X8 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

S X 8

S X 9

S X 1 0

S Y 0

S Y 1

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X9 ...... 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT CO-ORDINATE X10 ..... 0.00 to 100.00%

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y0 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y1 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

S Y 2

S Y 3

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y2 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y3 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y4 .. 0.00 to 100.00% S Y 4

S Y 5

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y5 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

S Y 6

S Y 7

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y6 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y7 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y8 .. 0.00 to 100.00% S Y 8

S Y 9

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y9 .. 0.00 to 100.00%

S Y 1 0

H I N A

OUTPUT CO-ORDINATE Y10 . 0.00 to 100.00%

INPUT A ............................................... 00 to 99

* See Output Identifications

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.19 MISCELLANEOUS

8.19.1 BATCH SWITCH

FB53

The Batch Switch is normally used in the feedback path of a controller to reduce the amount of overshoot in a batch startup situation. When the signal input

INA is within the 0-100% range the signal will be passed normally to the controller feedback and cause normal reset action.

If INA (normally the controller output) equals or exceeds a limit, the feedback signal to the controller will be modified to keep the controller output at the limit setting (e.g. if INA exceeds 100% the feedback signal will be reduced).

In some cases, as with a large gain error, the feedback can be reduced too much. This will eliminate any overshoot, but may have the opposite effect of a very sluggish startup. To overcome this, the Batch Switch has a preload parameter 'SBPL' that can be set in soft configuration. The setting puts a limit on the amount of change that can be made to the feedback signal.

Typical Application

When the valve signal is <0% or >100% FB53 adjusts the controller feedback signal to keep the controller output at the limit setting (i.e. 0% or

100%). However, FB53 will not adjust not adjust the feedback signal above the PreLoad when the 0% limit is reached or below the PreLoad when the 100% limit is reached.

FB Number Output

Identification

53 Switch Output: 56

UM348-1

BATCH SWITCH

FB53

A

FB53

BATCH SWITCH

56

OUTPUT

S B P L

H I N A

BATCH PRE-LOAD .............. 0.0 to 100%

INPUT A ...................................... 00 to 99

A

-

100%

+

100%

32

+

+

HS

-

0%

+

32

+

BPL

+

0%

LS

LS

HS

BLOCK DIAGRAM

56

PROCESS

P

FB13

PID #1

F

14

FEEDBACK

A

FB14

A/M #1

17

VALVE

56

FB53

BATCH SWITCH

TYPICAL APPLICATION

A

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8.19.2 PASSWORD SECURITY

FB75

This function block works in combination with the dip switch located on the MPU board to provide various levels of configuration security. The dip switch has the following lockout positions:

SW1 .. S (soft configuration)

SW2 .. ALARM (quick alarm)

SW3 .. TUNE (quick tune)

SW4 .. H/F/T (configuration)

SW5 .. C (calibration)

When the lockout switch is on, that portion of configuration can be viewed but not changed. One exception is FB75 which can only viewed/changed when SW4 is off.

The purpose of the Password Security function block is to permit changing configuration parameters when the lockout switches are on. Configuration parameters can always be viewed by stepping down past the password entry prompt.

When a configuration parameter is locked out, and password security is active, a special prompt (four underscore characters with the left one blinking) will appear in the 4 character display. The UP/DOWN arrows are used to select a character and the ---> pushbutton to move to the next position. Once all characters are in place the STORE button is pressed.

If the correct password has been entered configuration changes can then be entered. Unless

EXIT is pressed, any number of changes can be made without re-entering the password. When an incorrect password has been entered the special prompt will again appear. The EXIT pushbutton can be pressed to return to normal operation.

Password security is active, if FB75 has an ESN

'Execution Sequence Number' and a password has been configured.

FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

PASSWORD SECURITY

FB75

FB75

SECURITY

H T P W

H A P W

H S P W

H H P W

H C P W

'TUNE' PASSWORD .................................... ****

'ALARM' PASSWORD ................................. ****

'S CONFIGURATION' PASSWORD ............ ****

'H CONFIGURATION' PASSWORD ............ ****

'CALIBRATION' PASSWORD ...................... ****

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

8.19.3 HART® INTERFACE

FB98

This function block groups parameters associated with HART communication functions. It should be used whenever higher level devices are intended to interface with the Model 348.

Parameters 'H1P', 'H1S', & 'H1V' allow specific block outputs to be configured as the LOOP 1 variables. In most cases these will be the same as the loop variable inputs to the Operator Display block.

Parameters 'H2P', H2S', & 'H2V' are the LOOP 2 variables.

The polling address can be configured from 1 to 15, whenever the Model 348's are used in a multi-drop configuration. Otherwise the address should be set to

0.

Other Moore Products Co. controller products (i.e.

MYCRO, 352, ...) have a C/L function which allows the Console operator and the Local operator to arbitrate control of the loop functions. If it is desired to utilize this function with the Model 348, parameter

HP1F should be set to CL. In this case PB1 (upper position C, lower position L) is used to switch the

Model 348 between Console and Local from the faceplate. When in Local, changes can only be made from the Model 348 faceplate, except for a 'Go To

Console' command. If the Model 348 is in Console, changes will only be accepted over the HART fieldbus except for local operation of PB1, the D &

ACK pushbuttons. Also, in order for the C/L PB1 function to operate, FB98 must have a valid ESN,

PB1 must have a valid ESN, and parameter HP1F must equal CL. In the case where the C/L function is not used, the status that gets reported to the higher level device will always reflect Console so that the higher level device will be aware that changes can be made. The one exception, is when the Model 348 goes into configuration, then the status will be reported as Local and HOLD. When the CL function is not used changes can be made locally or over the

HART fieldbus.

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UM348-1

HART INTERFACE

FB98

FB98

H1P

H1S

H2V

D

E

F

G

H1V

H2P

H2S

HART

FIELD COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL

COMMUNICATIONS

INTERFACE BLOCK

79

70

71

72

73

74

HART

STATUS

OUTPUT 70

OUTPUT 71

OUTPUT 72

OUTPUT 73

OUTPUT 74

H H 1 P

H H 1 S

H H 1 V

H H 2 P

H H 2 S

H H 2 V

H P

H P

O L

1

F

H P 2 F

H I N D

H I N E

H I N F

H I N G

H H T N

H D E S

H M S G

H D A T

H D S N

H V C 1

H V C 2

H V C 3

H V C 4

H R P

HART - LOOP 1 PROCESS ................ 00 to 99

HART - LOOP 1 SETPOINT ................ 00 to 99

HART - LOOP 1 VALVE ...................... 00 to 99

HART - LOOP 2 PROCESS ................ 00 to 99

HART - LOOP 2 SETPOINT ................ 00 to 99

HART - LOOP 2 VALVE ...................... 00 to 99

POLLING ADDRESS ............................. 0 to 15

PB1 FUNCTION ................ USER/L1EI/L2EI/CL

PB2 FUNCTION ..................... USER/L1EI/L2EI

INPUT D .............................................. 00 to 99

INPUT E ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT F ............................................... 00 to 99

INPUT G .............................................. 00 to 99

HART TAG NAME .................. 8 CHAR (ASCII)

HART DESCRIPTOR ............ 16 CHAR (ASCII)

HART MESSAGE ................. 32 CHAR (ASCII)

HART DATE ....................................DD/MM/YY

HART DEVICE SER. # .................. 0 to 999999

HART VARIABLE CODE 1 ...................... 0 to 8

HART VARIABLE CODE 2 ...................... 0 to 8

HART VARIABLE CODE 3 ...................... 0 to 8

HART VARIABLE CODE 4 ...................... 0 to 8

HART RESP. PREAMBLES ................... 5 to 50

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UM348-1 FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

If it is desired to use External/Internal Setpoint (e.g.

FCO13) and have control of the E/I switching from a higher level device, then either PB1 or PB2 should be tied to the individual loop commands that control the

E/I switching. In this case parameters HP1F or

HP2F should be configured for Loop1 E/I 'L1EI' or

Loop 2 E/I 'L2EI'. In the case where the E/I function is not selected for a loop, the Loop Status reported to the Link will be I.

If a pushbutton is not intended for operation from a higher level device then parameter HP_F should be set to USER.

TABLE FB98-1 Variable Code Choices

2

6

7

8

3

4

5

9

10

HART Variable Code Choices 348 Function Block Description

0

1

UNASSIGNED

FB81

FB82

FB01

FB02

FB25

FB85

FB86

FB87

FB81

FB81

Units

Direct Process

Pressure

Temperature

Analog Input #1

Analog Input #2

Analog Input #3

Pneumatic Input #1 %

Pneumatic Input #2 %

Pneumatic Input #3 %

(see

FB81)

(see

FB82)

%

%

%

Static Pressure

Capsule

Temperature

%

%

The Model 348 has two controller function blocks that may also require interfacing with higher level operator stations. As such, certain information and commands are grouped into LOOPS (i.e. Loop 1 or

Loop 2). For example, A/M HART commands for

Loop 1 are always associated with FB14, while Loop

2 with FB55; E/I HART commands can be associated as defined above. Setpoint commands for Loop 1 are associated with FB17, while Loop 2

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FB46; Alarm functions for Loop 1 are associated with FB12, while Loop 2 with FB73; ...... .

Other Function Block outputs can be connected to

Inputs D-G for communication to higher level devices via HART. Also, higher level devices can send signals to the Model 348 for interconnection with other function blocks using FB98 outputs 70-74.

Parameters HVC1, HVC2, HVC3, and HVC4 do not need to be set when communicating with Moore

Products Co. master devices, such as the APACS

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FUNCTION BLOCK DESCRIPTIONS

HFM, Model 325 URICA, and Model 385 Loop

Operator’s Station.

The HART communication protocol includes standard commands that can request variables as primary, secondary, tertiary, or fourth. Parameters

HVC_ can be used to assign them to variables within the Model 348. See Table FB98-1 for a complete listing. Certain variables can only be assigned when the options are installed.

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UM348-1

9.0 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

These are configurations stored in permanent memory (ROM) that can be transferred to the configuration memory

(battery backed RAM) with just a few keystrokes. A complete listing off all the factory configured options is given below. The complete documentation for all FCOs is listed on the following pages.

9.1 FCO 00 ..................................................................................................................... ESN Reset (ESN=00)

9.2 FCO 01 ................................................................................................. Single-Loop PID Controller (TSP)*

9.3 FCO 02 ............................................................................................ Single-Loop PID Controller (NTSP)**

9.4 FCO 03 .................................................................................................. External-Set PID Controller (TSP)

9.5 FCO 04 ............................................................................................... External-Set PID Controller (NTSP)

9.6 FCO 05 ................................................................................................................. Ratio-Set PID Controller

9.7 FCO 10 ..................................................................................................................... Default Configuration

9.8 FCO 11 ......................................................................... Single-Loop PID Controller (TSP) - C/L Operation

9.9 FCO 12 ...................................................................... Single-Loop PID Controller (NTSP) - C/L Operation

9.10 FCO 13 ....................................................................... External-Set PID Controller (TSP) - C/L Operation

9.11 FCO 14 .................................................................... External-Set PID Controller (NTSP) - C/L Operation

9.12 FCO 15 ...................................................................................... Ratio-Set PID Controller - C/L Operation

9.13 FCO 20 ........................................................................................ Single Station Cascade Controller(TSP)

9.14 FCO 25 ................................................................................................. Dual-Loop PID Controllers (TSP)

9.15 FCO 26 .............................................................................................. Dual-Loop PID Controllers (NTSP)

9.16 FCO 31 ....................................................................... Single-Loop PID Controller (TSP) – Pressure Input

* TSP = Tracking Setpoint

** NTSP = Not-Tracking Setpoint

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FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.1 FCO 00 ESN RESET (ESN=00)

Sets all ESNs to 00 except FB15 which is set to 40

9.2 FCO 01 Single-Loop PID Controller (TSP)

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Input/Output

PROCESS

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

F

P

FB13

PID

14

S

C

05

INS

FB09

LIMIT

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

A

22

T

FB17

SET

C

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

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CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0.00 SEC

C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO LL1 0.00%

INA 22 HL1 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%) SA1 100.00%

Q2R 4 (%)

Q3R 4 (%)

SA2 0.00%

SA3 100.00%

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

SA4 0.00%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A2I 0.0 SEC

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID A1 REV

MRT NO

INP 01

PG1 1.00

TI1 100.00 M/R

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

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FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB14

T

ESN 35

H

AO NO

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

S

PUM 0.00%

C

INS 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00000

INV 17

INX 00

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

PH1 100.000

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00000

PH2 100.000

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00000

XH 100.000

DPY 0.00

YL 0.0000

YH 100.000

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 01

INC 18

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

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UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB98

T

ESN 90

H

H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

S C

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

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FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.3 FCO 02 SINGLE-LOOP PID CONTROLLER (NTSP)

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Non-Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Input/Output

UM348-1

PROCESS

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

F

P

FB13

PID

14

S

C

INS

05

FB09

LIMIT

A

22

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

FB17

SET

VALVE

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

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UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0.00 SEC

C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO LL1 0.00%

INA 22 HL1 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%) SA1 100.00%

Q2R 4 (%)

Q3R 4 (%)

SA2 0.00%

SA3 100.00%

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

SA4 0.00%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A2I 0.0 SEC

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID A1 REV

MRT NO

INP 01

PG1 1.00

TI1 100.00 M/R

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.00%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

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FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB14

T

ESN 35

H

AO NO

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

S

PUM 0.00%

C

INS 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00000

INV 17

INX 00

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

PH1 100.000

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00000

PH2 100.000

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00000

XH 100.000

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00000

YH 100.000

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 00

INC 00

INL 00

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UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB98

T

ESN 90

H

H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 00

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

S C

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

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FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.4 FCO 03 EXTERNAL-SET PID CONTROLLER (TSP)

With: HI/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

UM348-1

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

INP

F

FB13

PID

P

S

C

14

FB14

A/M

A

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

PROCESS

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

EXTERNAL SETPOINT

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

INX

FB02

INPUT

02

C

INS

05

A

FB21

OR

B

FB09

LIMIT

A

21

T

FB17

SET

C

09

22

E

FB11

E/I

I

25

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

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UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0.00 SEC

C

......................................................................................................................................................……................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0.00 SEC

........................................................................................................................................................……..............

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

..........................................................................................................................................................……............

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 09 HL1 100.00%

.............................................................................................................................................................…….........

FB11 ESN 13

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 02

INI 22

INA 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.00%

SA2 0.00%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.00%

SA4 0.00%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

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FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB13

T

ESN 30

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100.00 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.00%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 35 AO NO

PU LP

PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

INV 17

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00000

PH1 100.000

INX 02

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

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DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00000

PH2 100.000

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00000

XH 100.000

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00000

YH 100.000

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

9-12

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

(cont’d)

T

ESN 40

H

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

S C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 01

INC 21

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB21 ESN 38 LT2 OR

INA 18

INB 25

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-13

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.5 FCO 04 EXTERNAL-SET PID CONTROLLER (NTSP)

With: HI/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Non-Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

UM348-1

PROCESS

EXTERNAL SETPOINT

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

INP

F

P

FB13

PID

14

S

C

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

INS

05

FB09

LIMIT

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

A

INX

FB02

INPUT

02

09

E

FB11

E/I

22

FB17

SET

I

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

9-14

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0.00 SEC

C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0.00 SEC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 09 HL1 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 13

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 02

INI 22

INA 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.00%

SA2 0.00%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.00%

SA4 0.00%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

(continued on next page)

October 1998

9-15

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB13

T

ESN 30

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100.00 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 35 AO NO

PU LP

PUM 0.00%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

INV 17

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00000

PH1 100.000

INX 02

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SFC YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

(continued on next page)

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00000

PH2 100.000

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

9-16

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

(cont’d)

T

ESN 40

H

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

S C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 00

INC 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-17

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.6 FCO 05 RATIO-SET PID CONTROLLER

With: HI/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

UM348-1

PROCESS EXTERNAL INPUT

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

INP

F

FB01

INPUT

01

P

FB13

PID

14

A

FB14

A/M

17

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

S

C

18

INV

C

A

INS

05

FB21

OR

B

FB09

LIMIT

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

A

T

FB17

SET

FB02

INPUT

INX

09

02

A

FB07

RATIO

03

FB11

E/I

E

22

I

21

C

25

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

9-18

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB07 ESN 08 INA 02

INB 00

INC 00

R 1.00

RRL 0.50

RRH 1.50

IND 00

RCD NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO

INA 09

LL1 0.00%

HL1 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 13 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 03

INI 22

INA 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%) SA1 100.0%

Q2R 4 (%)

Q3R 4 (%)

SA2 0.0%

SA3 100.0%

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A2I 0.0 SEC

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

(continued on next page)

October 1998

9-19

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB12

(cont’d)

T

ESN 15

H

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

S C

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID A1 REV

MRT NO

INP 01

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

INC 18

AO NO

PU LP

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 35 PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01 DP1 0.00

INS 05

INV 17

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

INX 02

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

(continued on next page)

9-20

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

(cont’d)

T

ESN 40

H

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

S C

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 01

FB21 ESN 38

INC 21

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

LT2 OR

INA 18

INB 25

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-21

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

9.7 FCO 10 DEFAULT CONFIGURATION

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 00

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 00 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 00 INA 00

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB04 ESN 00 INA 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB05 ESN 00 INA 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB06 ESN 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB07 ESN 00 INA 00

INB 00

R 1.00

RRL 0.50

INC 00

IND 00

RRH 1.50

RCD NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB08 ESN 00 OBR 5 (%) B 0.00%

INA 00

INE 00

INC 00

IND 00

BCD NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 00 DSD NO LL1 0.00%

INA 00 HL1 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB10 ESN 00 S1B HI

S1C HI

DSD NO

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

................................................................................................................................................................……......

FB11 ESN 00 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

(continued on next page)

9-22

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB11

(cont’d)

T

ESN 00

H

INI 00

INA 00

S C

..............................................................................................................................................................……........

FB12 ESN 00 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

Q3R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

SA3 100.0%

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

IND 00

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

A3I 0.0 SEC

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 00 C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 00

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

INS 00

INF 00

INA 00

INC 00

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 00 AO NO PUM 0.0%

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 00

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

October 1998

9-23

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB15

T

ESN 40

H

INP 00

INS 00

INV 00

INX 00

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

S

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

C

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 NONE

FL2 NONE

FL3 NONE

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

.......................................................................................................................................…...................................

FB16 ESN 00 CU PRCT FS 100

TDD NO

PCD NO

TB MIN

CM 1

INA 00

INS 00

INR 00

ZDO 0.0%

SV 0

P1 0

P2 0

DIR INC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 00 INT 00

INC 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

9-24

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB18

T

ESN 00

H

INT 00

INC 00

HCD NO

S

H1 0.00%

C

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB19 ESN 00 HCD NO H2 0.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB20 ESN 00 LT1 AND

INA 00

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB21 ESN 00 LT2 OR

INA 00

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB22 ESN 00 INA 00

INB 00

G1 1

B1 0

INC 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB23 ESN 00 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

INA 00

.............................................................................................................................................................................

FB24 ESN 00 INA 00

.............................................................................................................................................................................

FB25 ESN 00 SRE NO

INS 00

DV3 0 SEC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB28 ESN 00 INA 00 FS 100

TB MIN

CM 1

INA 00

INB 00

ZD 0.0%

PW 106 MSEC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB29 ESN 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB30 ESN 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB32 ESN 00 INA 00

A1 DIR

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-25

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB33

T

ESN 00

S C

A2 DIR

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB34 ESN 00

H

INA 00

O1A MUL

O1B DIV

INA 00

GO1 1

GA1 1

GB1 1

INB 00

INC 00

GC1 1

BO1 0

BA1 0

BB1 0

BC1 0

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB35 ESN 00 O2A MUL GO2 1

O2B DIV

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

GA2 1

GB2 1

GC2 1

BO2 0

BA2 0

BC2 0

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB36 ESN 00 O3A MUL

O3B DIV

BB2 0

GO3 1

GA3 1

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

GB3 1

GC3 1

BO3 0

BA3 0

BB3 0

BC3 0

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB38 ESN 00 INA 00 GO5 1

GA5 1

BO5 0

BA5 0

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB39 ESN 00 INA 00 GO6 1

GA6 1

BO6 0

BA6 0

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB40 ESN 00 INA 00 TL 0.00 MIN

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB41 ESN 00 INA 00

INB 00

TH 0.00 MIN

9-26

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB42

T

ESN 00

H

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

S

TRU 1.00 MIN

TRD 1.00 MIN

C

IND 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB43 ESN 00 INA 00 TM 1 MIN

INB 00

INC 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB44 ESN 00 INA 00 X0 0.00%

X1 10.00%

X2 20.00%

X3 30.00%

X4 40.00%

X5 50.00%

X6 60.00%

X7 70.00%

X8 80.00%

X9 90.00%

X10 100.00%

Y0 0.00%

Y1 10.00%

Y2 20.00%

Y3 30.00%

Y4 40.00%

Y5 50.00%

Y6 60.00%

Y7 70.00%

Y8 80.00%

Y9 90.00%

Y10 100.00%

.............................................................................................................................................................................

FB45 ESN 00 C2T PID A2 REV

MRT NO

INP 00

INS 00

INF 00

INA 00

PG2 1.00

TI2 100 M/R

TD2 0.00 MIN

DG2 10.00

MR2 0.0%

INC 00

INT 00

INC 00

HL2 100.00%

LL2 0.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB46 ESN 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-27

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB47

T

ESN 00

C

INB 00 TN 0.00 MIN

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB48 ESN 00

H

INA 00

S

TF 0.00 MIN

LT3 AND

INA 00

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB49 ESN 00 INA 00

FB50 ESN 00

INB 00

INC 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

LT4 OR

INA 00

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB51 ESN 00 DSD NO LL2 0.00%

INA 00 HL2 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB53 ESN 00 INA 00 BPL 0.0%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB55 ESN 00 AO NO PUM 0.0%

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 00

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB61 ESN 00 LT5 AND

INA 00

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB62 ESN 00 LT6 OR

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB64 ESN 00

INA 00

C1A DIR

C2A DIR

TC1 100.00%

TC2 100.00%

C3A DIR

C4A DIR

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

TC3 100.00%

TC4 100.00%

DC1 0.5%

DC2 0.5%

DC3 0.5%

(continued on next page)

9-28

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB64

T

ESN 00

H

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

S

DC4 0.5%

C

FB65 ESN 00

ING 00

INH 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

INA 00

DTT OFF

DT 0.00 SEC

OPU YES

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB67 ESN 00 INA 00 OT 0.00 SEC

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB71 ESN 00 INA 00

INB 00

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

INC 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB72 ESN 00 INA 00 X0 0.00%

X1 10.00%

X2 20.00%

X3 30.00%

X4 40.00%

X5 50.00%

X6 60.00%

X7 70.00%

X8 80.00%

X9 90.00%

X10 100.00%

Y0 0.00%

Y1 10.00%

Y2 20.00%

Y3 30.00%

Y4 40.00%

Y5 50.00%

Y6 60.00%

Y7 70.00%

Y8 80.00%

Y9 90.00%

Y10 100.00%

.............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-29

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB73

T

ESN 00

H

Q5R 4 (%)

Q6R 4 (%)

Q7R 4 (%)

Q8R 4 (%)

A5T HI

A6T LO

A7T DEV

A8T NONE

INA 00

INB 00

INC 00

IND 00

A5I 0.0 SEC

A6I 0.0 SEC

A7I 0.0 SEC

A8I 0.0 SEC

A5O 0.0 SEC

A6O O.O SEC

S

SA5 100.0%

SA6 0.0%

SA7 100.0%

SA8 0.0%

DA5 0.5%

DA6 0.5%

DA7 0.5%

DA8 0.5%

EA5 EN

EA6 EN

EA7 EN

EA8 DIS

C

A7O 0.0 SEC

A8O 0.0 SEC

A5R NO

A6R NO

A7R NO

A8R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB75 ESN 00 TPW ____

APW ____

SPW ____

FB81 ESN 00

HPW ____

CPW ____

..............................................................................................................................................................................

SRE NO DVP 0 SEC

MVU *

MVH *

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB82 ESN 00 IT *

BOD UP

MVL *

DVP 0 SEC

MVU *

MVL *

MVH *

..................................................................................................................................….........................................

FB85 ESN 00 SRE NO DV1 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB86 ESN 00 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

9-30

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB88

T

ESN 00

H

LT7 AND

INA 00

INB 00

S C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB89 ESN 00 LT8 AND

INA 00

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB90 ESN 00 LT9 AND

INA 00

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 00 H1P 00

H1S 00

H1V 00

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-31

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.8 FCO 11 SINGLE-LOOP PID CONTROLLER (TSP) C/L OPERATION

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Input/Output

PROCESS

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

INP

F

P

FB13

PID

14

S

C

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

C

05

INS

FB09

LIMIT

A

22

T

FB17

SET

C

FB98

C

HART

L

64

FB23

PBT#1

63

CONSOLE

LOCAL

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

UM348-1

9-32

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09

ESN 45

ESN 14

INA 17

DSD NO

INA 22

LL1 0.00%

HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID

MRT NO

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

INP 01

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TI1 100 M/R

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.0%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-33

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB14

T

ESN 35

H

AO NO

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

S

PUM 0.0%

C

INS 00

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

INV 17

INX 00

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

PH1 100.00

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 01

INC 18

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

9-34

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB23

T

ESN 86

H

EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

S C

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F CL

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-35

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.9 FCO 12 SINGLE-LOOP PID CONTROLLER (NTSP)- C/L OPERATION

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Non-Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Input/Output

UM348-1

PROCESS

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

INP

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

F

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

FB13

PID

P

14

VALVE

C

S

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

C

05

INS

FB09

LIMIT

A

22

FB17

SET

FB98

L

C

HART

64

FB23

PBT#1

63

CONSOLE

LOCAL

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

9-36

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09

ESN 45

ESN 14

INA 17

DSD NO

INA 22

LL1 0.00%

HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID

MRT NO

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

INP 01

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TI1 100 M/R

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.0%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-37

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB14

T

ESN 35

H

AO NO

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

S

PUM 0.0%

C

INS 00

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

INV 17

INX 00

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

PH1 100.00

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 00

INC 00

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

9-38

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB23

T

ESN 86

H

EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

S C

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F CL

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-39

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.10 FCO 13 EXTERNAL-SET PID CONTROLLER (TSP) - C/L OPERATION

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

UM348-1

PROCESS EXTERNAL SETPOINT

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01 A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

F

P

FB13

PID

14

S

C

INS

05

FB09

LIMIT

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB21

OR

B

21

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

A

T

FB17

SET

C

INX

FB02

INPUT

02

09

22

E

FB11

E/I

I

25

CONSOLE

LOCAL

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB03

OUT

C

FB98

HART

L

64

FB23

PBT#1

63

VALVE

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

9-40

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 09 HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 13

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 02

INI 22

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-41

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB13

T

ESN 30

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.0%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 35 AO NO

PU LP

PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

INV 17

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

INX 02

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

(continued on next page)

9-42

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

T

ESN 40

H

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

S C

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 01

INC 21

INL 00

.......................................................................................................…....................................................................

FB21 ESN 38 LT2 OR

INA 18

INB 25

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB23 ESN 86 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

FB98 ESN 90

INI 00

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F CL

P2F L1EI

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-43

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.11 FCO 14 EXTERNAL SET PID CONTROLLER (NTSP) - C/L OPERATION

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Non-Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

UM348-1

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

PROCESS

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

F

P

FB13

PID

14

S

C

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

INS

05

FB09

LIMIT

C

FB98

HART

L

A

EXTERNAL SETPOINT

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

64

FB23

PBT#1

63

INX

09

FB02

INPUT

02

E

FB11

E/I

I

22

FB17

SET

CONSOLE

LOCAL

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

9-44

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 09 HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 13

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 02

INI 22

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-45

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB13

T

ESN 30

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 35 AO NO

PU LP

PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01

INS 05

INV 17

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

INX 02

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 V

HS2 V

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

(continued on next page)

9-46

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

T

ESN 40

H

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

S C

FL5 NONE

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 00

INC 00

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB23 ESN 86 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F CL

P2F L1EI

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-47

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.12 FCO 15 RATIO SET PID CONTROLLER - C/L OPERATION

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

PROCESS EXTERNAL INPUT

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

INP

F

FB01

INPUT

01

P

FB13

PID

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

14

A

FB14

A/M

17

S

C

18

INV

C

A

INS

05

FB21

OR

B

FB09

LIMIT

21

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

A

T

FB17

SET

C

INX

09

22

FB02

INPUT

02

A

FB07

RATIO

03

FB11

E/I

E

I

25

CONSOLE

LOCAL

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

C

FB98

HART

L

64

FB23

PBT#1

63

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

UM348-1

9-48

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 45 INA 17

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB07 ESN 08 INA 02

INB 00

INC 00

R 1.00

RRL 0.50

RRH 1.50

IND 00

RCD NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO

INA 09

LL1 0.00%

HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 13 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 03

INI 22

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%) SA1 100.0%

Q2R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA2 0.0%

SA3 100.0%

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A2I 0.0 SEC

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

(continued on next page)

October 1998

9-49

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB12

(cont’d)

T

ESN 15

H

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

S C

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID A1 REV

MRT NO

INP 01

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

INC 18

AO NO

PU LP

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.0%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 35 PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 01 DP1 0.00

INS 05

INV 17

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

INX 02

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

(continued on next page)

9-50

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

T

ESN 40

H

TN1 TAG NAME 1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

S C

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 10 INT 01

FB21 ESN 38

INC 21

INL 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

LT2 OR

INA 18

INB 25

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB23 ESN 86 EO NO

PU LP

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F CL

P2F L1EI

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

(continued on next page)

October 1998

9-51

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB98

T

ESN 90

H

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

S C

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

9-52

October 1998

UM348-1

9.13 FCO 20 SINGLE STATION CASCADE PID CONTROLLER (TSP)

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms (Both Loops)

Deviation Alarm (Both Loops)

Tracking Setpoints (Both Loops)

Setpoint Limits (Both Loops)

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

LOOP 1

PRIMARY PROCESS

LOOP 2

SECONDARY PROCESS

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

C

INP

D

FB71

X'FER

32

E

INX

CAS.

SEC.

B

FB50

OR

A

53

F

10

FB13

PID

P

S

C

14

E

FB11

E/I

09

I

25

INS

A/B/D FB12

ALARM

C

FB51

LIMIT

F

54

FB45

PID

S

46

P

C

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

INY

31

A

FB71

X'FER

05

FB09

LIMIT

C

B 48

FB73

ALARM

FB46

SET

C

A

22

L

FB17

SET

T

C

T

A/B/D

FB02

INPUT

02

A

FB55

A/M

60

68

A

FB21

OR

B

21

INV

FB03

OUT

A

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

VALVE

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

October 1998

9-53

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 70 INA 60

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 44 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 22 HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 55

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 14

INI 48

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 77 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

9-54

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB13

T

ESN 45

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 02

INA 00

INC 53

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 32

INS 31

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

INV 60

INX 01

INY 02

INA 00

INL 10

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

PH1 100.00

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI BOTH

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 PRIMARY

TN2 SECONDARY

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

FL3 A5

FL4 A6

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 43 INT 01

INC 53

INL 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-55

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB21

T

ESN 20

H

LT2 OR

INA 68

INB 25

S C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB45 ESN 60 C2T PID

MRT NO

A2 REV

PG2 1.00

INP 02

INS 54

TI2 100 M/R

TD2 0.00 MIN

INF 60

INA 00

INC 68

DG2 10.00

MR2 0.0%

HL2 100.00%

LL2 0.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB46

FB50

ESN 53

ESN 15

INT 02

INC 21

...............................................................................................................................................................................

LT4 OR

INA 68

INB 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB51 ESN 56 DSD NO LL2 0.00%

INA 09 HL2 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB55 ESN 65 PUM 0.0% AO NO

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 46

INT 00

FB71 ESN 36

INE 00

INS 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

INA 05

INB 54

IND 01

INE 02

INF 00

ING 00

INC 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB73 ESN 78 Q5R 4 (%)

Q6R 4 (%)

SA5 100.0%

SA6 0.0%

Q7R 4 (%)

Q8R 4 (%)

SA7 100.0%

SA8 0.0%

(continued on next page)

9-56

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB73

T

ESN 78

H

A5T HI

A6T LO

A7T DEV

A8T NONE

INA 02

INB 02

INC 54

IND 02

A5I 0.0 SEC

A6I 0.0 SEC

A7I 0.0 SEC

A8I 0.0 SEC

A5O 0.0 SEC

A6O O.O SEC

A7O 0.0 SEC

A8O 0.0 SEC

A5R NO

A6R NO

S

DA5 0.5%

DA6 0.5%

DA7 0.5%

DA8 0.5%

EA5 EN

EA6 EN

EA7 EN

EA8 DIS

C

FB98 ESN 90

A7R NO

A8R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 14

H2P 02

H2S 54

H2V 60

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F L1EI

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-57

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.14 FCO 25 2-LOOP PID CONTROLLER (TSP)

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms (Both Loops)

Deviation Alarm (Both Loops)

Tracking Setpoints (Both Loops)

LOOP 1

PROCESS 1

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

LOOP 1

LOOP 2

FB11

PBT#2

10

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

Setpoint Limits (Both Loops)

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

Model 348E Required for FCO25

LOOP 2

PROCESS 2

FB02

INPUT

02

INX

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

D

32

FB71

X'FER

E

INY

C

A/B/D

FB73

ALARM

C

UM348-1

F

P

FB13

PID

S

C

14

5

FB09 A

LIMIT

22

A

FB14

A/M

17

L

18

T

FB17

SET

C

L

INS

A

31

FB71

X'FER

B

F

P

FB45

PID

S

46

C

INV

F

33

FB71

X'FER

G

A

FB55

A/M

60

68

54

FB51

LIMIT

A

48

T

FB46

SET

C

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE 1

AO2+ (E13)

AO2C (E14)

A

FB29

OUT

VALVE 2

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

9-58

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB03 ESN 70 INA 17

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB09 ESN 34 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 22 HL1 100.00%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 55

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 75 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-59

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB13

T

ESN 60

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.0%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 65 AO NO

PU LP

PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 32

INS 31

INV 33

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

INX 01

INY 02

INA 00

INL 10

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 LOOP 1

TN2 LOOP 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI BOTH

(continued on next page)

9-60

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

(cont’d)

T

ESN 40

H

FL2 A2

FL3 A5

FL4 A6

S C

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 30 INT 01

INC 18

INL 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB29 ESN 71 INA 60

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB45 ESN 45 C2T PID A2 REV

MRT NO

INP 02

INS 54

INF 60

INA 00

PG2 1.00

TI2 100 M/R

TD2 0.00 MIN

DG2 10.00

MR2 0.0%

INC 68

INT 02

INC 68

HL2 100.00%

LL2 0.0%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB46 ESN 25

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB51 ESN 26 DSD NO

INA 48

LL2 0.00%

HL2 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB55 ESN 66 AO NO PUM 0.0%

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 46

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB71 ESN 36 INA 05

INB 54

IND 01

INE 02

INF 17

ING 60

INC 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

(continued on next page)

October 1998

9-61

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB73

T

ESN 76

H

Q5R 4 (%)

Q6R 4 (%)

Q7R 4 (%)

Q8R 4 (%)

A5T HI

A6T LO

A7T DEV

A8T NONE

INA 02

INB 02

INC 54

IND 02

A5I 0.0 SEC

A6I 0.0 SEC

A7I 0.0 SEC

A8I 0.0 SEC

A5O 0.0 SEC

A6O O.O SEC

S

SA5 100.0%

SA6 0.0%

SA7 100.0%

SA8 0.0%

DA5 0.5%

DA6 0.5%

DA7 0.5%

DA8 0.5%

EA5 EN

EA6 EN

EA7 EN

EA8 DIS

C

A7O 0.0 SEC

A8O 0.0 SEC

A5R NO

A6R NO

A7R NO

A8R NO

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 02

H2S 54

H2V 60

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

(continued on next page)

9-62

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB98

T

ESN 90

H

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

S C

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-63

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

9.15 FCO 26 2-LOOP PID CONTROLLER

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms (Both Loops)

Deviation Alarm (Both Loops)

Non-Tracking Setpoints (Both Loops)

LOOP 1

PROCESS 1

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

FB01

INPUT

01

LOOP 1

LOOP 2

FB11

PBT#2

10

AI2+ (F10)

AI2C (F11)

Setpoint Limits (Both Loops)

4-20 mA Inputs/Output

Model 348E Required for FCO26

LOOP 2

PROCESS 2

FB02

INPUT

02

INX

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

D

32

FB71

X'FER

E

C

INY

A/B/D

FB73

ALARM

C

9-64

F

P

FB13

PID

14

C

S

5

FB09 A

LIMIT

22

A

FB14

A/M

17

L

18

FB17

SET

L

INS

A

31

FB71

X'FER

B

F

P

FB45

PID

46

S

C

INV

F

33

FB71

X'FER

G

A

FB55

A/M

60

68

54

FB51

LIMIT

A

48

FB46

SET

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE 1

AO2+ (E13)

AO2C (E14)

A

FB29

OUT

VALVE 2

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB01

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S

DV1 0 SEC

C

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB02 ESN 07 SRE NO DV2 0 SEC

.............................................................................................................................................................…..............

FB03 ESN 70 INA 17

INB 00

..............................................................................................................................................................….............

FB09 ESN 34 DSD NO

EO NO

PU LP

LL1 0.00%

INA 22 HL1 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB11 ESN 55

S1A SUS

DSD NO

INE 00

INI 00

INA 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB12 ESN 75 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

SA1 100.0%

SA2 0.0%

Q3R 4 (%)

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 01

INB 01

INC 05

IND 01

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

SA3 100.0%

SA4 0.0%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A3I 0.0 SEC

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-65

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB13

T

ESN 60

H

C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 01

S

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100 M/R

C

INS 05

INF 17

INA 00

INC 18

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.0%

.............................................................................................................................................................................

FB14 ESN 65 AO NO

PU LP

PUM 0.0%

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

INL 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB15 ESN 40 INP 32

INS 31

INV 33

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00

PH1 100.00

INX 01

INY 02

INA 00

INL 10

PDR L

SDR L

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 LOOP 1

TN2 LOOP 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00

PH2 100.00

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00

XH 100.00

DPY 0.00

YL 0.00

YH 100.00

TST 10 SEC

TSI BOTH

(continued on next page)

9-66

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB15

T

ESN 40

H

FL2 A2

FL3 A5

FL4 A6

S C

FL5 NONE

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB17 ESN 30 INT 00

INC 00

INL 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB29 ESN 71 INA 60

INB 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB45 ESN 45 C2T PID A2 REV

MRT NO

INP 02

INS 54

INF 60

INA 00

PG2 1.00

TI2 100 M/R

TD2 0.00 MIN

DG2 10.00

MR2 0.0%

INC 68

INT 00

INC 00

HL2 100.00%

LL2 0.0%

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB46 ESN 25

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB51 ESN 26 DSD NO

INA 48

LL2 0.00%

HL2 100.00%

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB55 ESN 66 AO NO PUM 0.0%

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 46

INT 00

INE 00

INS 00

...............................................................................................................................................................................

FB71 ESN 36 INA 05

INB 54

IND 01

INE 02

INF 17

ING 60

INC 10

...............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-67

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB73

T

ESN 76

H

Q5R 4 (%)

Q6R 4 (%)

Q7R 4 (%)

Q8R 4 (%)

A5T HI

A6T LO

A7T DEV

A8T NONE

INA 02

INB 02

INC 54

IND 02

A5I 0.0 SEC

A6I 0.0 SEC

A7I 0.0 SEC

A8I 0.0 SEC

A5O 0.0 SEC

A6O O.O SEC

S

SA5 100.0%

SA6 0.0%

SA7 100.0%

SA8 0.0%

DA5 0.5%

DA6 0.5%

DA7 0.5%

DA8 0.5%

EA5 EN

EA6 EN

EA7 EN

EA8 DIS

C

A7O 0.0 SEC

A8O 0.0 SEC

A5R NO

A6R NO

A7R NO

A8R NO

..............................................................................................................................................................................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 01

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 02

H2S 54

H2V 60

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

(continued on next page)

9-68

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB98

T

ESN 90

H

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

S C

VC4 0

RP 5

..............................................................................................................................................................................

October 1998

9-69

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

9.16 FCO 31 Single-Loop PID Controller (TSP) – Pressure Input

With: Hi/Lo Process Alarms

Deviation Alarm

Tracking Setpoint

Setpoint Limits

4-20 mA Output

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12)

PROCESS

INP

F

97

FB81

INPUT

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

FB13

PID

P

14

S

C

C

INS

05

FB09

LIMIT

A

FB14

A/M

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

A

22

T

FB17

SET

C

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

UM348-1

9-70

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

FB03

T

ESN 45

H

INA 17

S C

INB 00

...................................................................................................................................………………………........

FB09 ESN 14 DSD NO LL1 0.00%

INA 22 HL1 100.00%

...................................................................................................................................………………………........

FB12 ESN 15 Q1R 4 (%)

Q2R 4 (%)

Q3R 4 (%)

SA1 100.00%

SA2 0.00%

SA3 100.00%

Q4R 4 (%)

A1T HI

A2T LO

A3T DEV

A4T NONE

INA 97

INB 97

INC 05

IND 97

A1I 0.0 SEC

A2I 0.0 SEC

A3I 0.0 SEC

SA4 0.00%

DA1 0.5%

DA2 0.5%

DA3 0.5%

DA4 0.5%

EA1 EN

EA2 EN

EA3 EN

EA4 DIS

A4I 0.0 SEC

A1O 0.0 SEC

A2O 0.0 SEC

A3O 0.0 SEC

A4O 0.0 SEC

A1R NO

A2R NO

A3R NO

A4R NO

...................................................................................................................................................……………….....

FB13 ESN 30 C1T PID

MRT NO

INP 97

A1 REV

PG1 1.00

TI1 100.00 M/R

INS 05

INF 17

TD1 0.00 MIN

DG1 10.00

INA 00

INC 18

MR1 0.0%

HL1 100.00%

LL1 0.00%

...............................................................................................................................................…………………....

October 1998

9-71

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

FB14

T

ESN 35

H

AO NO

PU LP

PUL NO

INA 14

INT 00

INE 00

HS1 VALVE

HS2 VALVE

HD1 YES

HD2 YES

SCF YES

IN1 00

IN2 00

U1S U1

U2S U2

TN1 TAG NAME 1

S

PUM 0.00%

C

INS 00

INL 00

.......................................................................................................................................………………………....

FB15 ESN 40 INP 97

INS 05

DP1 0.00

PL1 0.00000

INV 17

INX 00

INY 00

INA 00

INL 00

PDR L

SDR L

PH1 100.000

DP2 0.00

PL2 0.00000

PH2 100.000

DPX 0.00

XL 0.00000

XH 100.000

DPY 0.00

YL 0.0000

YH 100.000

TST 10 SEC

TSI TN1

TN2 TAG NAME 2

EU1 PRCT

EU2 PRCT

EUX PRCT

EUY PRCT

FL1 A1

FL2 A2

FL3 A3

FL4 NONE

FL5 NONE

..................................................................................................................................................………….............

FB17 ESN 10 INT 97

INC 18

INL 00

................................................................................................................................................…………...............

9-72

October 1998

UM348-1 FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS

FB81

T

ESN 05

H

SRE NO

S C

....................................................................................................................................…………...........................

FB98 ESN 90 H1P 97

H1S 05

H1V 17

H2P 00

H2S 00

H2V 00

POL 0

P1F USER

P2F USER

IND 00

INE 00

INF 00

ING 00

HTN HART TAG

DES HART DESCRIPTOR

MSG HART MESSAGE

DAT 01/01/93

DSN 0

VC1 3

VC2 4

VC3 5

VC4 0

RP 5

......................................................................................................................................…………………..............

n

October 1998

9-73

FACTORY CONFIGURED OPTIONS UM348-1

9-74

October 1998

UM348-1

A.0 APPENDIX A - FIELDPAC FUNCTION BLOCKS

TABLE A-1 FIELDPAC Function Blocks

FB# DESCRIPTION

01 Analog Input #1

02 Analog Input #2

03 Analog Output #1

04 Digital Output #1

05 Digital Output #2

06 Digital Input #1

07 Ratio

OUTPUT

IDENTIFICATION

Output: 01

Output: 02

COMMENTS

N/A if 1/3-input P/I

N/A if 3-input P/I

Used by I/P option

08 Bias

09 Hi/Lo Limit #1

10 Override Selector

11 PB Transfer #2

12 Alarm #1

13 PID Controller #1

13 PD Controller #1

13 ID Controller #1

Output: 16

Output: 03

Track Output: 89

Output: 04

Track Output: 90

Output: 05

Output: 07

OR Status: 08

Output: 09

Status IS: 10

Status ES: 25

Status AS1: 11

Status AS2: 12

Status AS3: 13

Status AS4: 91

Controller Output: 14

Error: 15

Controller Output: 14

Error: 15

Controller Output: 14

Error: 15

(continued on next page)

APPENDIX A

MODEL

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

October 1998

A-1

APPENDIX A UM348-1

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

33

34

35

24

25

28

29

30

32

FB#

13

14

15

16

TABLE A-1 FIELDPAC Function Blocks (continued)

DESCRIPTION

PIDA Controller #1

A/M Transfer #1

Operator Display

Totalizer

Setpoint Track & Hold #1

General Purpose Track/Hold

General Purpose Hold

Logic #1

Logic #2

Deviation Amplifier

PB Transfer #1

Square Root Extractor

Analog Input #3

Pulse Integrator

Analog Output #2

Digital Input #2

Iso-Digital Output #1

Iso-Digital Output #2

Math Block #1

Math Block #2

OUTPUT

IDENTIFICATION

Controller Output: 14

Error: 15

Output: 17

Status MS: 18

Error: 06

Pulse On: 19

Pulse Off: 26

P1 Status: 92

P2 Status: 93

Output: 22

Output: 23

Output: 24

Output: 20

Output: 21

Output: 29

Output: 27

Status IS: 63

Status ES: 64

Output: 44

Output: 30

Output: 58

Output: 34

Output: 35

COMMENTS MODEL

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

E

S & E

S & E Opto-Transistor in S

Relay Contact in E

Opto-Transistor in S

Relay Contact in E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

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51

53

55

46

47

48

49

36

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

FB#

45

45

45

61

62

Math Block #3

Gain & Bias #1

Gain & Bias #2

Lag

Lead

Rate Limiter

Dead Time Table

10-Segment Characterizer #1

PID Controller #2

Setpoint Track & Hold #2

Repeat Cycle Timer

Logic #3

General Purpose Transfer

Logic #4

Hi/Lo Limit #2

Batch Switch

A/M Transfer #2

Logic #5

Logic #6

TABLE A-1 FIELDPAC Function Blocks (continued)

DESCRIPTION COMMENTS

PD Controller #2

ID Controller #2

PIDA Controller #2

OUTPUT

IDENTIFICATION

Output: 36

Output: 38

Output: 39

Output: 40

Output: 41

Output: 42

Output: 43

Output: 45

Controller Output: 46

Error: 47

Controller Output: 46

Error: 47

Controller Output: 46

Error: 47

Controller Output: 46

Error: 47

Output: 48

Output: 49

Output: 52

Output: 51

Output: 53

Output: 54

Output: 56

Output: 60

Status MS: 68

Output: 61

Output: 62

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APPENDIX A

MODEL

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

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65

67

71

75

81

82

85

86

87

88

89

90

98

FB#

64

72

73

TABLE A-1 FIELDPAC Function Blocks (continued)

DESCRIPTION COMMENTS

Quad Comparator

Delay Timer

One Shot Timer

Dual Transfer Switch

10 Segment Characterizer #2

Alarm #2

OUTPUT

IDENTIFICATION

Comparator 1: 80

Comparator 2: 81

Comparator 3: 82

Comparator 4: 83

Output: 69

Output: 84

Output 1: 31

Output 2: 32

Output 3: 33

Output: 57

Status AS5: 75

Status AS6: 76

Status AS7: 77

Status AS8: 78

Password Security

Pressure Sensor

Temperature Sensor

Pneumatic Input #1

Pneumatic Input #2

Pneumatic Input #3

Logic #7

Logic #8

Logic #9

HART Communication

Output: 97

Output: 98

Output: 85

Output: 86

Output: 87

Output: 65

Output: 66

Output: 67

HART Status: 79

Output 70: 70

Output 71: 71

Output 72: 72

Output 73: 73

Output 74: 74

Optional in S or E

Optional in S or E

Optional in S or E

Optional in S or E

Optional in S or E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

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S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E

S & E n

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APPENDIX B.0 MODEL 348 CONFIGURATION DOCUMENTATION

INSTRUMENT IDENTIFICATION

MODEL NO. _______________________________ B/M NO. ______________________________________

SERIAL NO. ________________________________ SENSOR MODEL NO. __________________________

SENSOR B/M NO. ___________________________ SENSOR SERIAL NO.

___________________________

TAG NO. ___________________________________

NOTES:

___________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________

This appendix serves as a source document of configuration data for the Model 348 FIELDPAC Field Mounted

Controller. All hard, soft, calibration and execution sequence parameters off all function blocks are listed on the following pages. However, the actual function blocks available in an individual controller will depend on the model number (including options). Enter your configuration data in the appropriate blocks and retain this document for future reference. Refer to Section 8 of this manual for further details of the function block parameter variables.

Space is provided at the end of this section to draw your configuration diagram. A sample diagram and a completed page is shown below.

AI1+ (F7)

AI1C (F8)

PROCESS

FB01

INPUT

01

A/B/D

FB12

ALARM

C

INP

F

FB13

PID

P

14

S

C

INS

05

FB09

LIMIT

A

22

T

FB17

SET

C

AO1+ (E11)

AO1C (E12

)

FB14

A/M

A

17

18

INV

A

FB03

OUT

VALVE

CONNECTION TO FB15 OPERATOR DISPLAY BLOCK

FB01 ESN

T

05

FB02 ESN

FB03 ESN

45

FB04 ESN

FB05 ESN

FB06 ESN

FB07 ESN

FB08 ESN

FB09 ESN

14

FB10 ESN S1B

S1C

DSD

INA

INB

INC

INE

INC

IND

BCD

DSD

INA

INA

INB

INC

IND

RCD

OBR

INA

NO

22

SRE

SRE

INA

INB

INA

INA

17

00

H

DV1

S

0 SEC

DV2

ZI

FI

ZI2

FI2

ZO1

FO1

C

R

RRL

RRH

B

LL1

HL1

0.00%

100.00%

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FB01 ESN

FB02 ESN

FB03 ESN

FB04 ESN

FB05 ESN

FB06 ESN

FB07 ESN

T

FB08 ESN

FB09 ESN

FB10 ESN

SRE

SRE

INA

INB

INA

INA

OBR

INA

INE

INC

IND

BCD

INA

INB

INC

IND

RCD

DSD

INA

S1B

S1C

DSD

INA

INB

INC

H

R

RRL

RRH

B

LL1

HL1

DV1

DV2

S

ZI1

FI1

ZI2

FI2

ZO1

FO1

C

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FB11 ESN

T

FB12 ESN

INB

INC

IND

A1I

A2I

A3I

A4I

A1O

A2O

A3O

A4O

A1R

A2R

Q1R

Q2R

Q3R

Q4R

A1T

A2T

A3T

A4T

INA

EO

PU

S1A

DSD

INE

INI

INA

H

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SA1

SA2

SA3

SA4

DA1

DA2

DA3

DA4

EA1

EA2

EA3

EA4

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FB12

(cont’d)

FB13 ESN

FB14 ESN

T

FB15 ESN 40

H

INP

INS

INV

INX

INY

INA

INL

PDR

SDR

HS1

HS2

INT

INE

INS

INL

AO

PU

PUL

INA

A3R

A4R

C1T

MRT

INP

INS

INF

INA

INC

DP1

PL1

PH1

DP2

PL2

PH2

DPX

XL

XH

DPY

YL

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A1

PG1

TI1

TD1

DG1

MR1

HL1

LL1

PUM

S

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FB15

(cont’d)

FB16 ESN

FB17 ESN

T

TN1

TN2

EU1

EU2

EUX

EUY

FL1

FL2

HD1

HD2

SCF

IN1

IN2

U1S

U2S

FL3

FL4

FL5

CU

TDD

PCD

INA

INS

INR

H

INT

INC

INL

YH

TST

TSI

S

SV

P1

P2

DIR

FS

TB

CM

ZDO

LS1

HS1

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FB18 ESN

T

FB19

FB20

ESN

ESN

FB21 ESN

FB22 ESN

FB23 ESN

FB24

FB25

ESN

ESN

FB28 ESN

INA

INB

INC

EO

PU

S1A

DSD

INE

INI

INA

INA

SRE

LT1

INA

INB

LT2

INA

INB

INT

INC

HCD

HCD

INA

INS

H

G1

B1

DV3

FS

TB

CM

ZD

PW

H1

H2

S

ZI3

FI3

C

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FB29 ESN

FB30

FB32

ESN

ESN

FB33 ESN

FB34 ESN

T

FB35 ESN

FB36 ESN

H

O3A

O3B

INA

INB

INC

O2A

O2B

INA

INB

INC

INA

INB

INA

A1

INA

A2

O1A

O1B

INA

INB

INC

GO2

GA2

GB2

GC2

BO2

BA2

BB2

BC2

GO1

GA1

GB1

GC1

BO1

BA1

BB1

BC1

GO3

GA3

GB3

GC3

BO3

BA3

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FO2

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FB36

(cont’d)

FB38 ESN

T

FB39 ESN

FB40 ESN

FB41 ESN

FB42 ESN

FB43 ESN

FB44 ESN

INA

INA

INA

INB

INA

INB

INA

INB

INC

IND

INA

INB

INC

INA

H

TM

X4

X5

X6

X7

X0

X1

X2

X3

GO6

GA6

BO6

BA6

TL

BB3

BC3

GO5

GA5

BO5

BA5

TH

TRU

TRD

S

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FB44

(cont’d)

T

FB45 ESN

FB46 ESN

FB47 ESN

FB48 ESN

INT

INC

INA

INB

LT3

INA

INB

C2T

MRT

INP

INS

INF

INA

INC

H

LS2

HS2

TF

TN

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y7

Y8

Y9

Y10

Y0

Y1

Y2

Y3

X8

X9

X10

A2

PG2

TI2

TD2

DG2

MR2

HL2

LL2

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FB49 ESN

T

FB50 ESN

FB51 ESN

FB53

FB55

ESN

ESN

FB61 ESN

FB62 ESN

FB64 ESN

DSD

INA

INA

AO

PU

PUL

INA

INT

INE

INS

INA

INB

INC

LT4

INA

INB

LT5

INA

INB

LT6

INA

INB

C1A

C2A

C3A

C4A

INA

INB

H

LL2

HL2

BPL

PUM

TC1

TC2

TC3

TC4

DC1

DC2

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S

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FB64

(cont’d)

FB65 ESN

FB67

FB71

ESN

ESN

FB72 ESN

T

INC

IND

INE

INF

ING

INH

INA

DTT

OPU

INA

INA

INB

IND

INE

INF

ING

INC

INA

H

DC3

DC4

DT

OT

X4

X5

X6

X7

X0

X1

X2

X3

X8

X9

X10

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FB72

(cont’d)

T

FB73 ESN

A6I

A7I

A8I

A50

INB

INC

IND

A5I

A6T

A7T

A8T

INA

Q5R

Q6R

Q7R

Q8R

A5T

H

DA6

DA7

DA8

EA5

EA6

EA7

EA8

SA5

SA6

SA7

SA8

DA5

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y0

Y1

Y2

Y7

Y8

Y9

Y10

S

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FB73

(cont’d)

FB75 ESN

FB81 ESN

T

TPW

APW

SPW

HPW

CPW

SRE

A6O

A7O

A8O

A5R

A6R

A7R

H

FB82 ESN

FB85 ESN

FB86 ESN

FB87 ESN

FB88 ESN

IT

BOD

SRE

SRE

SRE

LT7

INA

INB

DVP

MVU

MVL

MVH

DVP

MVU

MVL

MVH

DV1

DV2

DV3

S

ZI1

FI1

ZI2

FI2

ZI3

FI3

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FB89 ESN

T

FB90 ESN

FB98 ESN

LT8

INA

INB

LT9

INA

INB

ING

HTN

DES

MSG

DAT

DSN

VC1

VC2

H1P

H1S

H1V

H2P

H2S

H2V

POL

P1F

P2F

IND

INE

VC3

VC4

RP

H S C

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CONFIGURATION DIAGRAM

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C.0 APPENDIX C - CABLE CAPACITANCE AND MAXIMUM LENGTH

A cable length calculation is necessary when HART communication is to be employed. Cable capacitance directly affects maximum Network length.

C.1 CABLE CAPACITANCE

Cable type, conductor size, and recommended cable model numbers are stated in Section 8.3.3 Two-Wire Cable.

Cable capacitance is a parameter used in the calculation of the maximum length of cable that can be used to construct the Network. The lower the cable capacitance the longer the Network can be. Manufacturers typically list two capacitance values for an instrumentation cable:

1. Capacitance between the two conductors.

2. Capacitance between one conductor and the other conductor(s) connected to shield. This capacitance is the worst case value and is to be used in the cable length formula.

C.2 MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH CALCULATION

The maximum permissible single-pair cable length is 10,000 feet (3000 meters) or less as determined by the following formula:

65,000,000

L = -

R x C

Formula Definitions:

C

C f

+ 10,000

L: The maximum total length of cable permitted to construct the Network. L = Feet when C is in pF/ft. L = meters when C is in pF/meter.

R: The Network Resistance which is the ohmic sum of the Current Sense Resistance and Barrier Resistance

(both Return and Supply), if any, in the Network and the resistance of the wire.

C: Cable capacitance per unit length between one conductor and the other conductor connected to the shield.

C may be in pF/ft or pF/meter.

C f

: Total input terminal capacitance of Field Instruments; the Primary Master is excluded. C f

is given by the following formula:

C f

= (sum of all C n

values) x (5000)

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Where C n

is an integer (e.g., 1, 2, 3) corresponding to the input terminal capacitance of a Field

Instrument. C n

values are read from the following table. For Field Instruments without C n

values, use C n

= 1

FIELD INSTRUMENT CAPACITANCE

Less than 5000 pF

5000 pF to less than 10000 pF

10000 pF to less than 15000 pF

15000 pF to less than 20000 pF

20000 pF to less than 25000 pF

25000 pF to less than 30000 pF

3

4

1

2

5

6

C n

VALUE

Example Calculation:

Assume a Network consists of a 344 and a Field Instrument (C n

= 1 and C n

= 6).

Let R = 250W, C = 40 pF/ft., C f

= (1 + 6) x 5000 = 35,000

Then L =

65,000,000

-

(250)(40)

35,000 + 10,000

40

= 5375 feet (1612.5 meters) n

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WARRANTY

The Company warrants all equipment manufactured by it and bearing its nameplate, and all repairs made by it, to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. If any part of the equipment herein described, and sold by the Company, proves to be defective in material or workmanship and if such part is within twelve months from date of shipment from the Company’s factory, returned to such factory, transportation charges prepaid, and if the same is found by the Company to be defective in material or workmanship, it will be replaced or repaired, free of charge, f.o.b. Company’s factory. The Company assumes no liability for the consequence of its use or misuse by Purchaser, his employees or others. A defect in the meaning of this warranty in any part of said equipment shall not, when such part is capable of being renewed, repaired or replaced, operate to condemn such equipment. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties, guaranties, obligations, or liabilities, expressed or implied by the Company or its representatives. All statutory or implied warranties other than title are hereby expressly negated and excluded.

Warranty repair or replacement requires the equipment to be returned to one of the following addresses:

Equipment manufactured or sold by MOORE PRODUCTS CO.

MOORE PRODUCTS CO.

Sumneytown Pike

Spring House, PA 19477 U.S.A.

Tel: +1 215 646 7400

Fax: +1 215 283 6340

Equipment manufactured or sold by MOORE PRODUCTS CO. (Canada) Inc.

MOORE INSTRUMENT LTD/LTEE

P.O. Box 370

Brampton, Ontario L6V 2L3, Canada

Tel: +1 905 457 9638

Fax: + 1 905 457 4182

Equipment manufactured or sold by MOORE PRODUCTS CO. (UK) LTD.

MOORE PRODUCTS CO. (UK) LTD

Copse Road,

Lufton Industrial Estate

Yeovil, Somerset BA22 8RN, England

Tel: +44 1935 706262

Fax: +44 1935 706969

The warranty will be null and void if repair is attempted without authorization by a member of the MOORE

PRODUCTS CO. Service Department.

Drawing No. 348-1PL

MODEL 348 FIELDPAC™

FIELD MOUNTED CONTROLLER

PL348-1

Rev. 3

October 1998

MODEL 348 FIELDPAC™

FIELD MOUNTED CONTROLLER

U-Shaped Hinge

Upper Door Shown

10

11

12

13

14

Nameplate

4-40 X 0.375

1

3

4

X03022S0

9

5

6

7

8

2

PL348-1 PARTS LIST

-

-

-

-

14

16205-57

16205-58

15972-128

15972-133

16161-197

16161-88

16161-26

16161-188

16288-1

16288-21

16288-31

7447-167

16161-12

16161-82

16161-181

16161-226

16161-227

16161-134

16161-223

16161-222

16161-25

16161-239

7447-209

16186-17

16205-51

16205-52

16205-53

16205-54

16205-55

16205-56

ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION

11

-

-

12*

13

-

8

-

9

10

7

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5*

6

4

-

3

-

-

2

1

-

---

---

16161-83

16161-186

16161-187

16161-122

-----

1-0716

16161-211

Upper Door w/Keyboard, No Display

Upper Door w/Keyboard, Non-Backlit Display

Upper Door w/Keyboard, Backlit Display

Lower Door (Terminal Compartment)

Display with Backlight

Display without Backlight

90-264 Vac Power Supply Kit for all models except as follows

90-264 Vac Power Supply Kit for CE and Type N approved models

Power Supply Fuse 120/240 Vac

Thermocouple Board Kit

Pneumatic 3-Input 3-15 psig Kit, Design Level B

Pneumatic 3-Input 3-27 psig Kit, Design Level B

Pneumatic 1-Input 3-15 psig Kit, Design Level B

Pneumatic 1-Input 3-27 psig Kit, Design Level B

Pneumatic 3-Input 3-15 psig Kit, Design Level A

Pneumatic 3-Input 3-27 psig Kit, Design Level A

Pneumatic 1-Input 3-15 psig Kit, Design Level A

Pneumatic 1-Inout 3-27 psig Kit, Design Level A

I/P Module 3-15 psig

I/P Module 3-27 psig

Mounting Bracket Kit, Standard Length

Extended Mounting Bracket

NEMA Type 4X Vent

Software Update Kit (current controller software)

Standard MPU Board

Enhanced MPU Board

Enhanced MPU Board for Type N approved models

MPU Board Fuse 500 mA

Back Cover Plate, No Sensor

Pressure Sensor Kit 340D or 340A/G with Tantalum Diaphragm, includes Backplate**

Pressure Sensor Kit 340A/G, includes Backplate**

Pressure Sensor Kit 340D or 340A/G with Tantalum Diaphragm, no

Backplate**

Pressure Sensor Kit 340A/G, no Backplate**

Sensor Mounting Hole Plug Kit

XTC Pressure Sensor - see GC MC-1, XTC Model 340, direct connect selections

4-40 x 0.375 Flat Head SST Screw

U-Shaped Metal Hinge

QUANTITY

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

4

4

1

1

Notes to Parts List:

Refer to Model 348 User’s Manual UM348-1 before servicing the controller.

See drawings above for controller disassembly and Item number reference.

An * in the Item column identifies a recommended on-hand spare part. When ordering a spare or replacement part, provide the controller’s complete model number, serial number and other nameplate information.

** - Separately order a Model 340 ‘direct connect’ pressure sensor.

2

Ref. UM348-1

SOFTWARE RELEASE MEMO

SR348-3

Rev: 1

August 1998

Model 348 Moore FIELDPAC

®

Software Version 1.05

PRODUCT INVOLVED

A Model 348 Moore FIELDPAC Field-Mounted Controller with MPU controller board V1.05 software

(firmware).

INTRODUCTION

This Software Release Memo discusses functional and performance enhancements incorporated in MPU

Controller board software (firmware) version 1.05. It also contains a list of materials needed to upgrade a controller having earlier software. If this paper accompanies a controller shipment, V1.05 is installed on the MPU Controller Board.

Software version 1.05 replaces all previous versions (V1.01, V1.02, V1.03 and V1.04). Configurations created with the previous versions are compatible with V1.05.

Contact your local sales office for price and delivery if you have a controller with earlier MPU Controller

Board software.

ENHANCEMENTS

The primary purpose of this V1.05 software is to support new Analog to Digital (ADC) & Digital to

Analog (DAC) Converters included on the MPU board shipped after June, 1998. Some enhancements and operational considerations from previous releases were also addressed.

Factory Configured Option (FCO31) was added. This is a Single-Loop PID Controller (TSP) with a direct process pressure input (FB81).

Two outputs were added to FB81, Process Pressure Sensor function block: Capsule Temperature (55) and Static Pressure (50). These parameters must be entered from the front faceplate.

Two HART

®

Variable Codes, Static Pressure (9) and Capsule Temperature (10) were added to

FB98.

New power up error codes were added to the error code table.

SR348-3

Function Block FB42 now has a valid ramp down time of 0.0.

Ratio is now displayed on-line & during configuration with two decimal places.

Optional sensor inputs will now power up with error codes and will not remove the configuration until the user acknowledges the error.

The LEDs associated with the E/I switch now show the correct position of the E/I switch, and not the status of the E/I function block.

OTHER ENHANCEMENTS

Version 1.05 software includes the following previous software enhancements. Version 1.05 software will update any of the previous versions to version 1.05 without having to install each previous software version.

Version 1.04 software enables a Model 348 to accept a Model 340 pressure capsule that has an EMO

(Enhanced Multi-Mode Oscillator). The new EMO compensation method provided by the software improves the ambient temperature performance when using a new EMO capsule. V1.04 software is compatible with older 340 capsules which use an MMO.

V1.03 enhancements to V1.02 release provides greater reliability and more robust operation of the HART communications circuit.

VIEW mode will display NAN when the block output is the IEEE representation of “not a number.”

When both A/M blocks are used, FIELDPAC displays the appropriate A/M annunciator for the current loop being viewed. When one of the A/M blocks is removed from execution, that annunciator is no longer displayed with its associated loop.

When an FCO is stored and alarms are active, alarm status words are updated.

User 1 and User 2 Status bits can be accessed via HART. A higher level device can now access these status bits.

Valve action is now included in the Loop Status Word via HART.

V1.03 enhancements to V1.01 include the above plus the following:

FB98 parameters (Outputs 70, 71, 72, 73, & 74) are now non-volatile.

The VIEW mode now times out after 3 minutes.

Setpoint function blocks FB17 and FB46 will respond to a HART command from a higher level device to START A RAMP.

Rate Limiter FB42 can limit the RAMP RATE DOWN at times other than 0.0 minutes.

The B HI/LO Selector in FB10 can now function as a LOW selector when configured as such.

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The following changes have been made to FCO 20:

FB45 HINS = 54 , not 09

FB73 HINC = 54, not 09

FB51 HINA= 09, not 48

FB98 H2S= 09, not 54

Rate Limiter FB42 will now track when the Adaptive input = 0%.

The Configuration Hold bit is now reset after a display test.

Several Alarm enhancements and corrections were made:

Alarm trip points are set in % in the configuration mode.

Alarm Not Acknowledged (NAK) bit now functions properly.

Alarms no longer ring after the function block is removed from configuration.

The decimal point position in Quick Alarm matches the position in engineering units when configured to display in engineering units.

SR348-3

UPGRADE MATERIALS NEEDED

FIELDPAC Software Update Kit P/N16161-188 with the following three items:

ROM extraction tool (P/N16161-183)

V1.05 ROM

Software Release Memo (SR348-3)

Model 348 User’s Manual (UM348-1)

Phillips-head screwdriver to open upper door

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Refer to the Model 348 User’s Manual (UM348-1) and proceed with the following:

1. Remove power from the controller.

WARNING

Electrical shock hazard. Remove electrical power before proceeding.

2. Open the upper door.

3. Snap on a wrist strap grounded to an unpainted area on the controller. Refer to Figure 1 and locate

U48.

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SR348-3

Upper

Door,

Open

Power

Supply

ROM to be updated.

See Detail and Figure 2 for removal.

U48

U25

U39

CAUTION

85-264 VAC

DIP Switch

SW1

MPU Baseboard,

Upper Left Corner

Pin 1 Flat

Label shows ROM part number and revision number.

U48

ROM

Label

ROM

Chip

Socket

ROM Detail

X02907S0

ROM Location

FIGURE 1 ROM Location and Labeling

4. Carefully remove the installed ROM (U48) using the extraction tool provided. See Figure 2 for details.

IMPORTANT

If care is not taken, the ROM’s socket may be damaged. Such damage cannot be repaired in the field.

X02908S0

AMP 822154-1

Insert tool in corner of socket with a rectangular cutout.

Fit tip of tool under ROM body.

Carefully pry ROM from socket.

of the ROM then the opposite corner. Continue until the chip is free.

FIGURE 2 ROM Removal

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SR348-3

5. Using the “Pin 1 Flat” on the ROM for reference, carefully orient the supplied V1.05 ROM with the socket and press it in. Be certain that the ROM is fully and evenly inserted in the socket.

6. Remove the wrist strap and close and secure the upper door.

The update is complete. The Controller’s configuration and calibration will not be affected by this update.

7. Apply power to the Controller and verify that it is operational. Edit the configuration as desired to take advantage of the enhancements. Discard the V1.01, 1.02, V1.03 or V1.04 ROM.

8. Complete and mail the software registration card.

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Procedures in this document have been reviewed for compliance with applicable approval agency requirements and are considered sound practice. Neither Moore Products Co. nor these agencies are responsible for repairs made by the user.

Moore Products Co. assumes no liability for errors or omissions in this document or for the application and use of information included in this document. The information herein is subject to change without notice.

The Moore logo and Moore FIELDPAC are registered trademarks of Moore Products Co.

All other trademarks are the property of the respective owners.

© Copyright 1998 Moore Products Co. All rights reserved

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Siemens

Energy & Automation

USER'S MANUAL ADDENDUM

UMA348-1-3

Rev: 1

2003

MODEL 348E FIELD MOUNTED CONTROLLER

INSTALLATION IN THE PRESENCE OF ACETIC ACID

INVOLVED MANUAL

UM348-1, Model 348 Field Mounted Controller User’s Manual, Issue 4

DISCUSSION

The following statement modifies Sections 1.3.4 Environment, 1.3.5 Hazardous Area Classification, and

2.0 Installation of the above manual and applies to U.S. installations only:

A Model 348E may not be installed in a Division 2 hazardous area when acetic acid is present.

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