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Operating Instruction
D184B122U02

Electromagnetic Flowmeter FSM4000 with AC Field Technology Converter Model S4

Valid for Software Levels from B.3X (HART); B.1X (PROFIBUS PA/ FOUNDATION Fieldbus For Flowmeter Primaries: Models SE21_/SE41F (OI D184B121U02)

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Instrument Designation S4

Operating Instruction
Part No. D184B122U02 Issue: Revision: 03/2007 05

Manufacturer:
ABB Automation Products GmbH Dransfelder Str. 2 37079 G?ttingen, Germany

Phone: Fax:

+49 (0) 55 19 05- 0 +49 (0) 55 19 05- 777

? Copyright 2007 by ABB Automation Products GmbH We reserve the right to technical amendments. This document is protected by copyright. Information in this document is intended only to assist the user in the safe and efficient operation of the equipment. Its contents are not to be reproduced in full or part without prior approval of the legal owner.

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2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.1.8 2.1.9

EASY-SETUP, for uncomplicated configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Basic Safety Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Safety Standards for the Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Regulated Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Specification Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Safety Marks, Symbols, Type and Factory Tags and CE-Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Type Tag Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Qualification of Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Responsibilities of the Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Possible Dangers During Electrical Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6

Flowmeter Primary and Converter Coordination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Metering System Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Application Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Model Number Coordination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Condensed Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Specifications Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

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4.1 4.2 4.3

Assembly and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Mounting the Converter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Installation Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.5.1 5.5.2 5.5.3 5.6

Electrical Interconnections Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
General (Power Usage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Supply Power Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Magnet Coil Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Signal Cable Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Interconnection Diagrams: Flowmeter Primaries DN 1 - 1000 [1/25” - 40”], Converter Field Mount Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Flowmeter Primary Standard DN 10 - 1000 [3/8” - 40”] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Flowmeter Primary with Preamplifier DN 1 to DN 1000 [1/25” to 40”]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Flowmeter Primary DN 1 to DN 1000 [1/25” - 40”], Converter Field Mount Housing with PROFIBUS PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Interconnection Diagram: Older Flowmeter Primary DN 3–1000 [1/10”–40”], Converter Field Mount Housing Model 10D1422 (10DI1425, 10DS3111A-D DN 500–1000 [20”– 40”]) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Interconnection Examples for Peripherals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Interconnection Examples Peripherals with PROFIBUS PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

5.7 5.8

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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5

Managing the Data Storage Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Checks Before Turning on the Supply Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Checks after the Supply Power is Turned On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Primary Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Zero Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Detector Empty Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

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Data Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 EASY-SETUP, for uncomplicated configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Parameter Overview and Data Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 HART?-Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 3

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8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.5 8.5.1 8.5.2 8.5.3 8.5.4 8.5.5 8.6 8.6.1 8.6.2 8.6.3 8.6.4 8.6.5 8.6.6 8.6.7 HART?-Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Software SMART VISION ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Interconnection Options HART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 PROFIBUS PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Layout and Design Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Setting the Bus-Address for PROFIBUS PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Information for Voltage / Current Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 System Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Block Diagram of the FSM4000 with PROFIBUS PA Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Communication FOUNDATION Fieldbus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Project planning information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Setting the Bus-Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Information for Voltage / Current Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 System integration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Bus Topology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Block Descriptions for the FSM4000 with FOUNDATION Fieldbus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.8.1 9.8.2 9.8.3 9.8.4 9.9 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Information about the Exchangeability of the Converter S4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Converter Exchange with PROFIBUS PA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Exchange of a Defective Memory Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Checking the Converter with the Flowmeter Primary Simulator 55XC4000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Gaskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Messages and Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Overview of the Error Conditions and Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Error Messages During Operation and When Entering Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Warning Messages During Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Checking the Metering System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Pulse Output, Change Active/Passive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Connection Board Field Mount Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Power Supply Board) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 Digital-I/O Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 Replaceable Parts List Converter Field Mount Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 Replaceable Parts List Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64

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11.1 11.2

Supplementary Information, Operating S4 with an Older Models . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 Supplementary Configuration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Supplementary Information for Configuring the Pulse Output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Supplementary Information for Configuring Piston Pump/Pulsation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67

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Specifications FSM4000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Converter Model S4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Accuracy Under Reference Conditions per EN29104. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 Reference Conditions per EN 29104 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70

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Parameter Setting and Option Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 EU Certificate of Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72

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1 EASY-SETUP, for uncomplicated configuration 1 EASY-SETUP, for uncomplicated configuration
The EASY-SETUP function makes it possible to configure the converter for operation in the simplest and quickest possible manner. For additional configuration information, see the detailed descriptions beginning on Page 24.

Press any key to exit from the process display and scroll to EASY-SETUP

Important! The parameters can only be changed after the Prog. Protection has been turned off.

No = STEP EASY-SETUP

Jump to the menu level see Page 25

Yes = ENTER

Language English EASY-SETUP completed Return to Process Display or use STEP to jump to menu level Page 25

Units Qmax l/s

Units Totalizer m3

Pulse Width 0.1000 ms

Qmax 50.000 l/s

Damping 1 Tau 0.22 sec

While in ?EASY-SETUP“ use the C/CE Key to access the next parameter. Change parameter using the ?ENTER“-Function

Pulse Factor 1/m3

lout High Alarm 23.000 mA

Display Mode 4 small

lout Low Alarm 3.6 mA

Display 1st Line Q [units]

lout at Alarm High Alarm

Display 2nd Line Totalizer → F Display 3rd Line Totalizer ← R

Display 4th Line Q [m/s]

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2.1
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Basic Safety Requirements
Safety Standards for the Instrument

This instrument complies with the basic safety requirements and state of the art technology. It was tested and shipped from the factory in a safe operating condition. In order to maintain this condition during operation, the requirements listed in this Operating Instruction must be observed and followed. The instruments satisfy all the general safety requirements contained in EN 61010-1 and the EMC-Requirements per EN 61326 as well as the NAMUR-Recommendation NE 21. When a power interruption occurs, all instrument parameters are stored in a memory module (see Page 20) . After the power is restored, the instrument is ready for immediate operation . Regulated Usage

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2.1.2

This instrument is used for: ? ? ? transporting and metering the flowrate of electrically conductive liquids, slurries or pastes measuring the actual volume at operating conditions determining the mass flowrate (at constant pressure/temperature) when mass units have been selected

The regulated usages include: ? ? ? installation within the specification limits, observing and following the information the Operating Instruction. observing and following the information in the accompanying documentation (Specifications, Diagrams, Dimensions)

The following usages of the instrument are not permissible: Repairs, modifications and expansions, and the use of replacement parts is only permissible as specifically described in the Operating Instruction. Extensive activities must be approved by us. Excepted are repairs made in locations authorized by ABB. For unauthorized activities we accept no liability. The operation and maintenance requirements in this Operating Instruction must be observed. For damage resulting from improper or non-regulated usage the manufacturer assumes no liability. 2.1.3 Specification Limits

The instrument is to be used exclusively within the limits specified on the factory and type tags and listed in the Operating Instruction. The following limits are to be observed: ? ? ? the maximum operating temperatures listed in the instrument specifications should not be exceeded, the maximum ambient temperatures listed in the instrument specifications should not be exceeded, the allowable test specifications for the supply power (see type tag and Specifications) may not be exceeded.

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2.1.4 Safety Marks, Symbols, Type and Factory Tags and CE-Identification

All safety marks, symbols and the factory and type tags should be maintained in a readable state and protected from damage or loss. Note the following generalized information: Danger! Information indicating that a risk or danger exists which could result in serious or fatal injuries to personnel.

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Attention!

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Important!

Information indicating that a dangerous situation may exist. If it is not avoided, the product or an item in its vicinity may be damaged.

The symbol ?Information“ indicates a user tip or other important information, which if ignored, could result in a loss of operating ease or adversely affect system functionality. (Not an indicator for a dangerous/ damaging situation!) Example: ?Written C-Routines for these may be found on the Support Diskette

CE-Mark

The CE-Mark identifies compliance of the instrument with the following directives and the fulfillment of the basic safety requirements: ? CE-Mark on the type tag (on the converter) – Conformity with the EMC-Directive 89/336/EWG – Conformity with the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EWG CE-Mark on the factory tag (on the flowmeter primary) – Conformity with the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED/DGRL) 97/23/EU

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No CE-Mark is required on pressure equipment when: – the max. allowable pressure (PS) is less than 0.5 bar. – there are minimal pressure risks (meter sizes ≤ DN 25 [1"]). A certification procedure is not required. – the instrument is installed to meter water in the Water/Waste Water sector. Applies to meter sizes >DN 600 / 24”. 2.1.5 Type Tag Specifications

The type tag is located on the converter housing. The following specifications are contained on the type tag: ?
Converter S4
Model-No.: Order-No.: Power supply: Smax: <45 VA Pulse output / Communication:
Rem.: Do not connect EEx-primaries

CE-Tag per EU-Conformity Model number of the instrument Order number Supply power– voltage range / frequency Power used by the converter and flowmeter primary Design variant based on the ordering information with/ without HART-Protocol or PROFIBUS PA/FOUNDATION Fieldbus Design variant based on the ordering information active (24 V- pulse at output) passive (application of 24 V DC at the terminals) (a change between active or passive can be made at the meter location, see Chapter 9.9)

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2.1.6 ? Qualification of Personnel

The electrical installation, start-up and maintenance of the instrument should only be carried out by trained personnel authorized by the system operator. The personnel must read and understand the Operating Instruction and follow its instructions. Responsibilities of the Operator

2.1.7 ?

Observe the national standards in your country applicable to testing the operation, repair and maintenance of electrical instruments. Possible Dangers During Electrical Installation

2.1.8

The electrical installation is to be completed only by authorized, trained personnel in accordance with the Interconnection Diagrams. ? ? In particular, observe the information regarding the electrical connections in this Operating Instruction, otherwise the electrical protection type may be adversely affected. The installation of the cabling for the supply power should be completed in accordance with the applicable national and international standards. A separate fuse is to connected for each instrument which should be located near the instrument and appropriately identified. The Protection Class of the instrument is in accord with Overvoltage Category II (IEC664). The voltage supply and the circuits for the coil excitation in the flowmeter primary are dangerous for personnel contact. The excitation and signal circuits may only be connected to the associated flowmeter primary from ABB. The cable D173D147U01included with the shipment is to be used for the excitation circuit (magnet coil supply). Exceptions are the older flowmeter primary models 10D1422, 10DI1425 (≥ DN 500/20”). For these instruments the magnet coils are supplied from the mains (see type tag on the flowmeter primary). The signal cable D173D025U01 included with the shipment is to be used for the flow signal connections. The remaining signal in-/outputs may only be connected to circuits which are not or cannot become hazardous to personnel contact. Earth the flowmeter system and the converter housing.

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Danger!

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When the housing cover is opened EMC and personnel protection are no longer provided. Possible dangers during normal operation, inspection or maintenance ? ? ? ? The are circuits in the housing which are dangerous to contact. Therefore, before opening the housing cover the supply power must be turned off. Installation and maintenance operations may only be carried out by trained personnel. During maintenance only original replaceable parts from ABB may be used. The instruments are maintenance free. Returns

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If it is necessary to return the instrument for repair or recalibration to the ABB factory in G?ttingen, Germany, use the original packaging material or a suitably protective packing material. Please include the reason for the return. The flowmeter primary must be free of all hazardous materials (acids, bases, solvents, etc.). Observe the Hazardous Material Directives.

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Attention!

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You are using a flowmeter system designed for AC magnetic field technology. The flowmeter system consists of a flowmeter primary for installation in the pipeline and a remotely mounted converter. To assure proper operation only the Model S4 converter should be used. The complete model number is listed on the type tag.

3.1

Metering System Design

A magnetic flowmeter system is comprised of a flowmeter primary and a converter. The flowmeter primary is installed in the pipeline while the converter for evaluating the flow signals can be mounted locally at the meter location or in a centralized location.

Flowmeter System using AC Magnetic Field Excitation 3.2 Application Areas

The electromagnetic flowmeter provides a precise and economical system for metering the flow liquids, slurries and pastes with an electrical conductivity of at least 20 μS/cm (option 0.5 μS/cm). The measurement system is especially suited for fast changing processes, two phase fluids, continuous or pulsating flows (piston pump operation).

3.3

Model Number Coordination Flowmeter Primary Converter

Stn. stl. housing Series 2000 SE21_/SE21F (Flanged) Older models Series 2000 DS21_/DS21F, 10DS2111 Aluminum housing Series 4000 SE41F (Flanged) Older models Series 3000/4000 DS41F/DS44F, 10DS3111/2, 10DS3121, 10DI1425, 10D1422

FSM4000 MAG-SM FSM4000 MAG-SM

S4 S4 compatible S4 S4 compatible

3.4

Operating Instructions Flowmeter Primary Converter
FSM4000 ABB Part No.: D184B122U02

ABB Part No.: D184B121U02

3.5

Condensed Instructions

Assembly and Installation ABB Part No.: D184B121U11

3.6

Specifications Converter
FSM4000 ABB Part No.: D184S073U02

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4 Assembly and Installation 4 Assembly and Installation
4.1 Inspection

Before mounting the converter, check for mechanical damage due to improper handling during shipment. All claims for damages are to made promptly to the shipper prior to installation.

4.2

Mounting the Converter

The installation site for the converter must essentially be free of vibrations, see Specifications. The listed ambient temperature limits between -20 °C and +60 °C are to be observed. The max. signal cable length between the converter and the flowmeter primary for the standard design is 50 m, for designs with preamplifiers 200 m may not be exceeded. Important! When selecting an installation location assure that the converter is not subjected to direct sunlight. The ambient temperature specifications are to be observed. When it is impossible to avoid direct sunlight, a sun shade is required. Field Mount Housing The housing is designed for Protection Class IP 67 (EN 60529). The housing is mounted using 4 screws. Dimensions see Fig. 1. Exchangeability of the Converter The function of the converter module for all flowmeter sizes is identical so that it can be exchanged without problems. Check that the supply power and the in- and output functions are the same. After the exchange, the meter location parameters are automatically uploaded into the converter. See Information Chapter 9.2.
198 10 139.7 167

7

1)
249
265

1)

1)

1)

14.5

66 132

38 83.5

Field Mount Hsg. with Window

Cable Connector M20 x 1.5

Mounting Dimensions

1) Mounting holes for 2” pipe mounting. Pipe mounting kit available upon request. Fig. 1: Dimensions, Converter Housing

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4.3 Installation Examples

min. 62

Opening the housing cover – Loosen the cover screws – Remove cover or flip open cover with window Closing the housing cover – Press the cover with the window on the side with the cover screws against the gasket and tighten the screws – Set the small cover on the frame and tighten the screws

Fig. 2:

Mounting Recommendations for Cluster Mounting

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5.1 General (Power Usage)

The connection voltage and the current draw is listed on the type tag on the converter. The wire cross section for the supply power and the size of the main fuse to be used must be compatible (VDE 0100). The power usage is ≤ 45 VA (flowmeter primary including the converter).

5.2

Supply Power Connections

The supply power connection, in agreement with the specifications on the type tag is connected to terminals L (Phase), N (Neutral) or 1+, 2- and . The supply power connection must be sized for the current. The leads must correspond to IEC 227 or IEC 245. A switch or line switch is to be installed in the supply power line, in close proximity to the converter, and identified as belonging to the instrument. The converter and the flowmeter primary are to connected in accord with the international standards to earth . Attention!

!

Observe the limiting values for the supply power (for values see Specifications). The voltage drop for the 24 V AC/DC supply power cable must be taken into account when the cable lengths are long. The connections are made in accordance with the Interconnection Diagrams beginning on Page 14.

5.3

Magnet Coil Supply

The magnet coils are supplied directly from the converter over terminals M1, M3 using cable (Part No. D173D147U01), shielded 2 x 1.0 mm2. 10 m are included at no charge with the shipment unless a special order has been requested. Attach the external shielding of the coil drive cable to the bus bar with the 6 mm clamp (provided with the accessory kit in the customer connection area) – see Fig. 4.

5.4

Signal Cable Connections

The signal cable carries an AC voltage of only a few millivolts and should therefore to be routed over the shortest path. The cables should not be routed in the vicinity of large electrical machinery and switch gear equipment which could induce stray fields, pulses and voltages. The signal cable should not be fed through branch fittings or terminal strips. The maximum allowable signal cable length for flowmeter primary designs without a preamplifier is 50 m. If the flowmeter primary includes a preamplifier, the maximum signal cable length is 200 m. In the cable, a shielded reference voltage cable runs parallel to the signal leads, so only two cables are required to interconnect the flowmeter primary and the converter (signal cable and magnet coil supply cable). The construction of the signal cable includes a aluminium polyester foil (common potential) which surrounds the individually shielded signal leads and the shielded reference leads. A steel outer shield is connected to the Bus bar on the converter housing. Please use the 7 mm clamp (provided with the accessory kit in the customer connection area) for this. The 12 mm clamp is used to attach the shielded signal cable of older meters (e.g. 10D1422). The signal lead shields are operated as “Driven Shields” for the flow signal transmission. The signal/reference voltage cable is connected according the Interconnection Diagram to the flowmeter primary and the converter. The voltage supply for the FSM4000 with a preamplifier is made over -U and +U, instead of over 1S and 2S. If the actual flow direction does not correspond to the flow direction arrow then leads connected to 1 and 1S must be interchanged with those connected to 2 and 2S. For flowmeter primaries with a preamplifier only the leads connected to terminals 1 and 2 need be interchanged. The common potential 3 is the same as the common potential of the flowmeter primary, which is connected to earth per VDE 0100.

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Important! The signal cable shields may not contact each other or the outer shields (signal short circuit).
T

1 2 3 4 5

6
7 8 9 10
Fig. 3: Signal Cable Construction D173D025U01

1) Jacket PVC, white, 10.3 0.4 mm [0.41” 0.02”] 2) Woven steel wire shield, 0.2 mm, cover sheet 78 % 3) Aluminium polyester foil 4) Inter-coat PVC, white 5) Meas. ground, yellow cu wire 0.21 mm [0.01”] 6) Electrode and Reference signal Electrode 1 red; Electrode 2 blue; Reference voltage white 7) 1 each, filter layer conductively black 8) 1 each, woven cu wire shield 0.1 mm 9) Insulation from Polyolefincopolymer natural colored 10) 1 each, woven cu wire 0.16 mm [0.01”]

Important! The flowmeter system satisfies EN 61326 and the NAMUR-Recommendations NE 21 ?Electromagnetic Compatibility of Equipment in Processes and Laboratories”. To satisfy these recommendations a new signal cable was developed with a second, separate outer shield. The outer shield to connected to terminal SE on the flowmeter primary and the terminal on the converter. If the flowmeter primary is an older model (10D1422, 10DI1425, 10DS3111, DS4_, DS2_,10D1462/72) and does not have a SE-terminal, then the outer shield is connected only at one end to the converter.

Shielded signal cable D173D025U01 Prepare the ends of the signal cable as shown below. The shields may not touch each other (signal short circuit). Use lead termination sleeves.
80 [3.15] 2 [0.08] 15 [0.50] 60 [2.36] 17 [0.67] 8 [0.31]

Magnet coil cable D173D147U01 Prepare the ends of the signal cable as shown below. Use lead termination sleeves.

80 [3.15] 10 [0.39] 45 [1.77] 1 2 8 [0.31] M1 M3

yellow white Reference red Signal blue Signal

1 2 [inch]

M1 M3

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5.5 Interconnection Diagrams: Flowmeter Primaries DN 1 - 1000 [1/25” - 40”], Converter Field Mount Housing
Flowmeter Primary Standard DN 10 - 1000 [3/8” - 40”]

5.5.1

Converter S4 Wall Mount Housing

Current Output

ontact Output

Contact Input

Pulse Output

2- 1+ N L

3 2S 2

1 1S 3 16 6 7

51 52 81 82 41 42 31 32 M3 M1

Shield (Woven steel)

Aluminium foil Yellow Shield

7)
Shield Shield White Blue Red

6)

5)

4)

3)

Magnet Coil Cable D173D147U01

SE 3 2S 2

1 1S 3 16

M3 M1 SE

Flowmeter Primary

Earth

1)

Supply Power High voltage: Low voltage:

Frequency: 2) Magnet Coil Supply:

3) – 6) Output Cables 7) Shielded Signal Cable:

AC 100–230 V Terminals L, N, AC 20.4 to 26.4 V DC 20.4 to 31.2 V Terminals 1+, 2-, 47 Hz ≤ f ≤ 53 Hz; 50 Hz supply power 56 Hz ≤ f ≤ 64 Hz, 60 Hz supply power Shielded 2 x 1 mm? CE Typ 227 TEC 74 ABB Part No. D173D147U01 10 m included in shipment, standard See Page 18 ABB Part No. D173D025U01, 10 m included in shipment.

Comment: We recommend that shielded output cables be used with the shields connected to earth at one end.

Fig. 5:

Interconnection Diagram Standard DN 10 to DN 1000 [3/8” to 40”]

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5.5.2 Flowmeter Primary with Preamplifier DN 1 to DN 1000 [1/25” to 40”]

Contact Output

Converter S4 Wall Mount Housing

Current Output

Pulse Output

Contact Input

2- 1+ N L

3 U+ 2

1 U- 3 16 6 7

51 52 81 82 41 42 31 32 M3 M1

Shield (Woven steel)

Aluminium foil Yellow Shield

7)
Shield Shield White Blue Red

6)

5)

4)

3)

Magnet Coil Cable D173D147U01

SE 3 U+ 2

1 U- 3 16

M3 M1 SE

Flowmeter Primary

With preamplifier (always for DN 1 - DN 8) [1/25” - 5/16”]

Earth

Attention!

!
1) Supply Power High voltage: Low voltage:

If the flowmeter primary includes a preamplifier for low conductivity of for small flowmeter size DN 1 to DN 8 [1/25” to 5/16”], then the voltage supply ±12 V DC must be connected to the terminals U+ and U- and be connected to the flowmeter primary as well as at the converter.

Frequency: 2) Magnet Coil Supply:

3) – 6) Output Cables 7) Shielded Signal Cable:

AC 100–230 V Terminals L, N, AC 20.4 to 26.4 V DC 20.4 to 31.2 V Terminals 1+, 2-, 47 Hz ≤ f ≤ 53 Hz; 50 Hz supply power 56 Hz ≤ f ≤ 64 Hz, 60 Hz supply power Shielded 2 x 1 mm? CE Typ 227 TEC 74 ABB Part No. D173D147U01 10 m included in shipment Standard See Page 18 ABB Part No. D173D025U01, 10 m included in shipment.

Comment: We recommend that shielded output cables be used with the shields connected to earth at one end.

Fig. 6:

Interconnection Diagram DN 1 - DN 8[1/25” - 5/16”] and DN 10 - DN 1000 [3/8” - 40”] with Preamplifier

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5.5.3 Flowmeter Primary DN 1 to DN 1000 [1/25” - 40”], Converter Field Mount Housing with PROFIBUS PA/FOUNDATION Fieldbus

Bus Termination

Converter S4 Wall Mount Housing
6) 6)

3c)

FF+ FF- 3b) PA+ PA- 3a)

U+

U-

Digital Communication

Contact Output

2- 1+ N L

3 2S 2

1 1S 3 16 6 7

41 42 97 98 M3 M1

Shield (Woven steel)

Aluminium foil Yellow Shield

5)
Shield Shield White Blue Red

4)

3)

2)

1)

Magnet Coil Cable D173D147U01

SE 3 2S 2 SE 3 U+ 2

1 1S 3 16 1 U- 3 16

M3 M1 SE M3 M1 SE
With preamplifier (always for DN 1 - DN 8)

Earth

Earth

Flowmeter Primary

Attention!

!
1) Supply Power High voltage: Low voltage:

If the flowmeter primary includes a preamplifier for low conductivity of for small flowmeter size DN 1 to DN 8 [1/25” to 5/16”], then the voltage supply ±12 V DC must be connected to the terminals U+ and U- and be connected to the flowmeter primary as well as at the converter.

Frequency: 2) Magnet Coil Supply:

3a)

Design: PROFIBUS PA:

3b)

Design: FOUNDATION Fieldbus:

3c) 4)

Bus Termination: Contact Output: Function:

5) 6)

Shielded Signal Cable: Shielded Signal Cable:

AC 100–230 V Terminals L, N, AC 20.4 to 26.4 V DC 20.4 to 31.2 V Terminals 1+, 2-, 47 Hz ≤ f ≤ 53 Hz; 50 Hz supply power 56 Hz ≤ f ≤ 64 Hz, 60 Hz supply power Shielded 2 x 1 mm? CE Typ 227 TEC 74 ABB Part No. D173D147U01 10 m included in shipment Standard PROFIBUS PA per IEC 61158-2 (Profil 3.0) U = 9–32 V, I = 10 mA (normal operation) I = 13 mA (during error condition/FDE) Terminals: 97/98, PA+/PAFor interconnection example using M12 plug see Page 19 FOUNDATION Fieldbus per IEC 61158-2 U = 9–32 V, I = 10 mA (normal operation) I = 13 mA (during error condition/FDE) Terminals: 97/98, FF+, FFBus termination using installed bus termination components, close hook switches. For interconnection example using M12 plug see Page 19 Software selectable Passive ?closed“: 0V ≤ UCEL ≤ 2 V, 2 mA ≤ ICEL ≤ 220 mA ?open“: 16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V, 0 mA ≤ ICEH ≤ 2 mA Terminals: 41, 42 ABB Part No. D173D025U01, 10 m included in shipment. Voltage supply for flowmeter primary with preamplifier Terminals +U, -U instead of 2S and 1S in the standard instrument.

Comment: We recommend that shielded output cables be used with the shields connected to earth at one end.

Fig. 7:

Interconnection Diagram Converter S4 with PROFIBUS PA/FOUNDATION Fieldbus

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5.6 Interconnection Diagram: Older Flowmeter Primary DN 3–1000 [1/10”–40”], Converter Field Mount Housing Model 10D1422 (10DI1425, 10DS3111A-D DN 500–1000 [20”– 40”])

Contact output

Converter S4 Wall Mount Housing

3

2S

2

1 1S 3

16 7

6

51 52 81 82 41 42 31 32 M3 M1

7)

6)

5)

4)

3)

2)

SE

3

2

1

7

6

L

N

Flowmeter Primary

Earth

Attention!

!
1) Supply Power High voltage: Frequency: 2) 3) – 6) 7) 8) Magnet Coil Supply: Output Cables Shielded Signal Cable: Reference Cable:

Check supply voltage and flowmeter primary, see type tag on flowmeter primary. On the connection board in the converter the hook switch S903 must be closed. See Pages 60 and 65.

AC 100–230 V Terminals L, N, 47 Hz ≤ f ≤ 53 Hz; 50 Hz Supply Power 56 Hz ≤ f ≤ 64 Hz, 60 Hz Supply Power Magnet Coil Supply from Supply Power see Page 18 Use ABB Part No. D173D025U01 or incorporate into the existing wiring. Only for connection to Model 10D1422 Reference Cable to Terminals: 6,7 and hook switch S903 must be closed.

Comment: We recommend that shielded output cables be used with the shields connected to earth at one end.

Fig. 8:

Interconnection Diagram Converter S4 Older Flowmeter Primaries

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+

8)

24 V

Contact input

Current output

Pulse output

Connection board: D685A1020U03

N

L

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5.7 Interconnection Examples for Peripherals
Current Output
Current output active with/without HART-Protocol (4–20 mA) internal external

0/4-20 mA 0/2-10 mA

+31 -32

3)

Current output: Function:

software selectable Active 0/4–20 mA, 0/2?10 mA, 0 Ω ≤ RL ≤ 560 Ω Terminals: 31, 32

Contact Output
Contact output for System Monitor, Max.-Min.-Alarm, Empty Pipe or Froward/Reverse Signal internal 41 42 external +U RL* 0V 24 V DC

Important:
Horn and alarm lights are only shown as examples. Other suitable alarm instruments; bell, siren, buzzer etc. could be also be used.

4)

Contact output: Function:

software selectable Passive ?closed“: 0V ≤ UCEL ≤ 2 V, 2 mA ≤ ICEL ≤ 220 mA ?open“: 16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V, 0 mA ≤ ICEH ≤ 2 mA Terminals: 41, 42

* RL ≥ ----------I CE

U

CE

Switch Contact Input
Contact input for external totalizer reset or external zero return internal 81 RI 82 external

+16-30 V DC 0V

5)

Contact input: Function:

software selectable Passive ?On“: 16 V ≤ USM ≤ 30 V ?Off“: 0 V ≤ USM ≤ 2 V Ri = 2 kΩ Terminals: 81, 82

Pulse Output
Scaled pulse output active internal 51 52 external Scaled pulse output passive, optocoupler internal 51 52 external R L* 16-30 V DC

24 V+



-

Active/passive selection using jumpers (see Chap. 9.9) 6) Pulse Output: Function: Settable Active/passive fmax: Setting range: ?closed“: ?open“: Terminals: 51, 52

5 kHz, fmin: 1/100 Hz Pulses/unit, pulse width (observe dynamic limits) 16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V, 2 mA ≤ ICEH ≤ 220 mA 0 V ≤ UCEL ≤ 2 V, 0 mA ≤ ICEL ≤ 2 mA

*

U CE R ≥ ---------L I CE

Fig. 9:

Interconnection Examples for Peripherals

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5.8 Interconnection Examples Peripherals with PROFIBUS PA
PROFIBUS PA
internal external

FOUNDATION Fieldbus
internal external

98 97

PAPA+
Bus cable PROFIBUS PA R C

98 97

FFFF+
R C

Bus cable FOUNDATION Fieldbus

The resistance R and the capacitor C form the bus termination. They are to be installed if the instrument is connected at the end of the bus.. R = 100 Ohm; C = 1 μF

Contact output see Page 18 Bus termination in converter S4 To terminate the bus if the instrument is at the end of the bus cable, the termination components in the converter S4 can be used. To accomplish this, close both hook switches in the connection area of the converter. Important! If the converter module is removed, the bus termination is also removed.

3

U+

2S

2

1

1S

U-

3

16

6

7

FRAM

41

42

97

98

M3

M1

Close hook switches for bus termination Interconnection Example for PROFIBUS PA using M12-Plug (option) Pin designations (View from the front onto the pin insert and pins) PIN 1 = PA+ PIN 2 = nc PIN 3 = PAPIN 4 = Shield

4 1

3 2

Connections using the M12-Plug (only for PROFIBUS PA design) As an option, the bus termination can be made using the M12-plug instead of the cable connector (see Ordering Information for the instrument). The instrument is then shipped completely wired. Suitable receptacles (Type EPG300) together with other accessories may be found in the List Sheet 10/63.6.44DE.
Fig. 10: Interconnection Examples for Peripherals with PROFIBUS PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus

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6 Managing the Data Storage Module 6 Managing the Data Storage Module
Data Storage Module FRAM (Ferroelectric Nonvolatile Random Access Memory) When the flowmeter primary and converter are shipped together, the data storage module (external FRAM) is plugged onto the flowmeter primary. Prior to start-up, the ext. FRAM should be plugged into the socket on the connection board in the converter. If the converter is ordered for use with an older flowmeter primary model (see Model Number), the ext. FRAM is already plugged into the connection board. The text Cs = 100 % and Cz = 0 % is printed on the FRAM. This data is only required for older flowmeter primary models.

External data storage module (FRAM) for flowmeter primaries SE2_, SE4_ Important! Plug the data storage module into the socket on the connection board in the converter! The flowmeter primary data are stored in the data storage module, e.g. meter size, Cs, Cz, Type, etc. After start-up, the parameter settings of the converter are also stored in this module.

Fig. 11:

External data storage module (FRAM) Important! Plug in the FRAM from the associated flowmeter primary (printed on the FRAM are the Order Number and the TAG-No., if this was requested) into the socket (see arrow) and secure by screwing on the protective cover to the connection board.

Fig. 12:

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7 Start-up 7 Start-up
7.1 Checks Before Turning on the Supply Power

Before start-up of the instrument check that ? ? ? ? ? ? the coordination between the flowmeter primary/converter is correct (important for converters with fixed flow range settings, flowmeter primary must be designed for AC technology), the wiring was installed correctly in accord with the Interconnection Diagram, see Pages 14 to 19. the earth connections of the flowmeter primary were properly made (see Operating Instruction Flowmeter Primary), the data storage module (FRAM) from the flowmeter primary was plugged in the connection board in the converter, the ambient conditions agree with the limits in the Specification see Page 68, the supply power corresponds to the values on the type tag.

7.2
?

Checks after the Supply Power is Turned On
that the parameter Primary Type in the converter (for older versions also the excitation frequency) have been correctly entered in the submenu Primary and that the correct Operating Mode has been selected, see Pages 25 and 28.

After Start-up: ? that the flow direction indication in the display agrees with actual flow direction. Example: → F: Forward ← R: Reverse that the parameters are configured corresponding to the operating conditions. that the System Zero has been adjusted (see Section 7.4 zero adjustment). that the contrast setting for the display has been adjusted for the local ambient lighting conditions. In the submenu Display, adjust the contrast using the arrow keys Step/Data.

? ? ?

General Information ? If the flowrate direction indication is incorrect, it is possible to correct the indication by reversing the signal lead connections. Interchange the connections to 1 and 1S with those to 2 and 2S at the flowmeter primary. For flowmeter primaries with preamplifiers (DN 1–DN 8 [1/10”–5/16”]) only the connections to terminals 1 and 2 are to be interchanged, U+ and U- are not interchanged. The location of the fuses and their values are shown in Fig. 28 and Fig. 29. (See Pages 60/62)

?

7.3

Primary Setup

The special menu structure for entering data for an older flowmeter primary model, see Chapter 10.

7.4

Zero Adjustment

During the start-up of an older flowmeter primary model or when checking the system, the zero can be set in the converter after the warm up phase. First the flowrate of the fluid in the flowmeter primary must be at absolute zero. The meter pipe must be completely filled. Then the parameter ?System-Zero” in the converter can be used to manually or automatically adjust the zero. Select the parameter with ENTER, select ?automatic” with the arrow keys and initiate with the ENTER-key. The adjustment procedure takes approx. 60 seconds and the value should be within the range of ±10%.

7.5

Detector Empty Pipe

It is not necessary to make an adjustment on-site if the DEP mode ?Standard“ is selected. The converter operates with the standard data settings. If it does not function correctly, then an adjustment must be made on-site with the actual fluid. This adjustment can be made with a full or empty meter pipe. See Page 30/31. D184B122U02 S4 21

8 Data Entry 8 Data Entry
8.1 General Description

The data can be entered in a number of languages using the three keys on the converter. After the power is turned on, the instrument automatically conducts a number of selftest routines. After they have been successfully completed the standard display appears (process information). The variables to be displayed can be selected by the user.

FSM4000
NS

Data entry using a Magnet Stick without opening the housing

NS

NS

DATA Function ENTER

STEP

C/CE Direct data entry using the keypad

Fig. 13:

Converter Keypad and Display

Magnet Stick Operation without opening the housing

Fig. 14:

Magnet Stick Operation

Data can be entered using the Magnet Stick without opening the housing cover. Important! If a converter design is used with the tropicalization option – high humidity –, data entry should use the Magnet Stick exclusively. Danger!

!

When the housing cover is removed EMC and personnel contact protection is no longer provided. The values can be displayed in a four line format, or for improved readability at the meter location, in a two line format with larger characters. The values to be displayed can be individually selected in the submenu Display. The contrast setting in the submenu Display can be used to adjust the display for the ambient light conditions. During data entry the converter remains online, i.e., the current and pulse outputs continue to indicate the actual flowrate values. During a power outage or when the power is turned off, all parameter settings and totalizer values are securely stored in a FRAM.

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8.2 EASY-SETUP, for uncomplicated configuration

The EASY-SETUP function makes it possible to configure the converter for operation simplest and quickest possible manner. For additional configuration information, see the detailed descriptions beginning on Page 24.

Press any key to exit from the process display and scroll to EASY-SETUP

Important! The parameters can only be changed after the Prog. Protection has been turned off.

No = STEP EASY-SETUP Jump to the menu level see Page 25

Yes = ENTER

Language English EASY-SETUP completed Return to Process Display or use STEP to jump to menu level Page 25

Units Qmax l/s

Units Totalizer m3

Pulse Width 0.1000 ms

Qmax 50.000 l/s

Damping 1 Tau 0.22 sec

While in ?EASY-SETUP“ use the C/CE Key to access the next parameter. Change parameter using the ?ENTER“-Function

Pulse Factor 1/m3

lout High Alarm 23.000 mA

Display Mode 4 small

lout Low Alarm 3.6 mA

Display 1st Line Q [units]

lout at Alarm High Alarm

Display 2nd Line Totalizer → F Display 3rd Line Totalizer ← R

Display 4th Line Q [m/s]

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Key C/CE STEP DATA ENTER

Parameter Overview and Data Entry
Key Symbol # ▼ N S ▼ ▲ ▲ N S ▼▲ ▲ simultaneously press for an extended time ▲ N S Magnet Stick # N S Description The C/CE-key is used to toggle back and forth between the operating mode and the menus. For Magnet Stick operation hold over the NS symbol . The STEP-key is used to scroll down through the menus. All desired parameters can be accessed. For Magnet Stick operation hold over the NS symbol. The DATA-key is used to scroll up through the menus. For Magnet Stick operation hold over the NS symbol. ENTER-Function press both keys simultaneously If only the DATA-key is pressed for an extended time, the ENTER-Function is activated. For Magnet Stick operation hold over the NS symbol for an extended time.

Submenu/ Parameter Important!

Submenu/ Parameter

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

If the converter S4 is used with an older flowmeter primary model, then after pressing any key the menu ?Primary Setup“ must be entered. If at a later time it is determined that the entries are incorrect, the entries can be corrected in the Submenu Systemdata ?Primary“. See Page 29 and Chapter 10.

Prog Level Locked

"Locked": All entries in the standard menus can read

Prog Level ENTER Locked All standard“ Menus are shaded in gray Prog Level Standard "Standard": Contains all menu entries required to operate the instrument.

Prog Level Specialist

"Specialist": Contains all customer accessible menu entries.

Prog Level Service

"Service": additional menus displayed after the correct Service Code number has been entered, only for ABB Service).

Servicecode? ENTER 0

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Submenu/ Parameter
Prog Level PP-Code

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

Old PP-Code: ENTER 0

1–9999

New PP-Code 0

1–9999

Normally the Prog. Protection Code is equal to "0". If the Prog. Prot. is selected, the question "New PP Code?" is displayed. If a code is entered between (1 and 9999) then an attempt to access the PP Code protected menus by an operator will result in the display of the message ** PP Code ? ** indicating that the operator must enter the correct code before access to the menus is granted. To delete the PP Code it is necessary to access the submenu "PP Code". After pressing ENTER the "Old PP-Code?" is requested. After entering the correct value it is possible in the next submenu "New PP-Code?" to enter a new PP-Code value or by entering "0" to turn off the program protection.

Submenu EASY SETUP

EASY SETUP ENTER

Language Unit Qv Unit Tv Qmax Damping 1Tau Display mode Display 1st line Display 2nd line Display 3rd line Display 4th line Iout type Iout Low Alarm Iout High Alarm Pulse factor Pulse width

With EASY -SETUP it is possible to configure the metering system for operation using the fewest possible steps. The menus listed to the right are displayed for entry one after the other in "EASY-SETUP". If the selections 1 big, 1 small are selected then the selection menus Display 3rd line, Display 4th line are not displayed. For HART instruments the selection “Iout type” is not displayed. Using ENTER the parameters can be changed one after the other, or if they are not to be changed, the C/CE key can be used to proceed to the next parameter. After making an entry with ENTER the entry can still be changed if necessary by using the ENTER Function and then using the STEP-key to proceed to the next parameter. For numeric entries, the minimum and maximum entry values are also displayed.

Language English

Language ENTER English

German English French Finish Spanish Italian Dutch Danish Swedish Turkisch

The languages available for the menu display are shown in the “Language” submenu. Menus in the Service Code section use the English language.

Submenu Operating mode

Operating mode ENTER Standard

Standard Fast Piston Pump

"Standard": selection used for continuous flow metering. "Fast": accelerated measured value processing (e.g. short batch operation" “Piston Pump”: for pulsating flows. In this operating mode improved reproducibility of the measurements is achieved for pulsating flow in piston pump operation. The totalizer is automatically set for the operating mode Difference Totalizer. Any reverse flow which may occur is automatically deducted from the totalizer value.

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Standard, Invers

Comments

Flow direction Standard

Standard/Invers, reverse the flow direction indicators in the display for forward and reverse flow.

Noise reduction Off

Off, 1, 2

(not available with PROFIBUS PA/Foundation Fieldbus). The noise reduction will be switched on when the measured value: – is very unstable → Level 1 – at time or permanent frozen (error E) → Level 2 Note: Add switched on noise reduction, the response time is increased. When the flow indication "Forward/Reverse" is selected the flow direction is indicated in the display by "→ F" for forward and "← R" for reverse. When the flow indication ”Forward” is selected the totalizer only totalizes flow in the forward direction. If the flow should reverse Warning 10 ?Reverse Q“ is displayed.

Flow indication Forward/Reverse

Forward/Reverse Forward

Submenu Unit

Unit totalizer ENTER ml

ml; l; m3; ugl; igl; bbl; g; kg; t; lb; Prog. Unit 1) ft3 2)

Selection of the engineering units for the volume and mass flowrate totalization. When the engineering units for the totalizer are changed, the converter, the flow range, pulse factor and the pulse width (0.1 ms to 2000 ms) are checked and changed when required. The converter first changes the pulse factor and then the pulse width. See Page 66. 1) kgal = factory setting 2) ft3 = added only for PROFIBUS PA

Unit Qmax l/s

l/s; l/min; l/h; m3/s; m3/min; m3/h; m3/d; usgps; usgpm; usgph; usmgd; igps; igpm; igph; igpd; bbl/s; bbl/m; bbl/h; bbl/d; g/s; g/min, g/h; kg/s; kg/min; kg/h; kg/d; t/min; t/h; t/d; lb/s; lb/min; lb/h; lb/d; ml/s ml/min Prog. Unit/s 1) Prog. Unit/min 1) Prog. Unit/h 1) Prog. Unit/d 1)

Selection of the units for the volume and mass flowrate measurements. The units are used for Cal-fact, Qmax and the instantaneous flowrate display, when Q [unit] is selected as the displayed value. With PROFIBUS PA the following units are also displayed ft3/s; ft?/min; ft?/h; ft?/d. With PROFIBUS PA Prog. Unit and ml/s units are not available.

Submenu Prog. Unit

This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA/FOUNDATION Fieldbus

Unit name ENTER kgal

text entry

Four character name for the user programmable units. 1) kgal = factory setting.

Unit factor 3785.1

numeric entry

Reference factor for the user programmable units based on liters; default value in for the kgal units (factory setting).

Prog. Unit without density

without density with density

User programmable unit for mass (with density) or volume (without density).

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Density 1 g/cm3

numeric entry

Density range 0.1 g/cm? to 5 g/cm?. Mass flowrate for display and totalization. The density is only considered when mass flow units are and/or totalizer mass units are selected.

Submenu Systemdata

Submenu ENTER Converter

Submenu Data 50 Hz

This menu is not displayed for FOUNDATION Fieldbus or for excitation frequencies 60 Hz or 70 Hz.

Channel ENTER -123 μs

view only

Adjustment value for Channel can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 50 Hz has been selected). Adjustment value for Zero can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 50 Hz has been selected). Adjustment value for Span Forward can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 50 Hz has been selected).

Zero 0%

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Span → F 91 %

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Span ← R -91 %

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Adjustment value for Span Reverse can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 50 Hz has been selected). This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA/FOUNDATION Fieldbus or for excitation frequencies 50 Hz or 70 Hz.

Submenu Data 60 Hz

Channel ENTER -123 μs

view only

Adjustment value for Channel can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 60 Hz has been selected). Adjustment value for Zero can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 60 Hz has been selected). Adjustment value for Span Forward can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 60 Hz has been selected). Adjustment value for Span Reverse can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when an older primary 60 Hz has been selected).

Zero 0%

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Span → F 91 %

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Span ← R -91 %

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Submenu Data 70 Hz

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Selections Value Range

Comments

This menu is not displayed for excitation frequencies 50 Hz or 60 Hz.

Channel ENTER -123 μs

view only

Adjustment value for Channel can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when a new flowmeter primary was selected). Adjustment value for Zero can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when a new flowmeter primary was selected). Adjustment value for Span Forward can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when a new flowmeter primary was selected). Adjustment value for Span Reverse can be monitored for the excitation frequency setting (displayed when a new flowmeter primary was selected). This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA.

Zero 0%

view only

Span → F 91 %

view only

Span ← R -91 %

view only

Submenu Data Iout

Adjust Iout 4 mA ENTER 4.0 mA

view only

Display of the converter adjustment value for a current output at 4.0 mA.

Adjust Iout 20 mA 20.0 mA

view only

Display of the converter adjustment value for a current output at 20.0 mA.

Submenu Primary

Primary Type ENTER DS2_, DS4_

Display of the connected flowmeter type. The selection is automatically uploaded from the FRAM in the converter. If an older flowmeter primary model (see list) was selected, then a FRAM with Cs = 100%, Cz = 0% must be used. The Models 10D1422 (10DI1425, 10DS3111A-C ≥ DN 500) can only be connected to a special converter connection board designed for these meters. The switch S903 on the connection board must be closed. The other flowmeter models are operated with their assigned FRAM. Therefore, when older model flowmeter primaries are connected to the converter the menu "Primary Setup" is displayed during the initial start-up and in the parameter “Primary” in the Submenu “Systemdata” additional parameter settings can be entered. See also Chapter 10 in the Operating Instruction.

Mains Frequency 50 Hz

view only

Display of the mains frequency at which the flowmeter primary was calibrated. Displayed only for “Older Model” 50/60 Hz. Not displayed for the newer flowmeter primaries.

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view only 1 mm 1/25 in 1.5 mm 1/17 in 2 mm 1/12 in 3 mm 1/10 in 4 mm 5/32 in 6 mm 1/4 in 8 mm 5/16 in 10 mm 3/8 in 15 mm 1/2 in 20 mm 3/4 in 25 mm 1 in 32 mm 1-1/4 in 40 mm 1-1/2 in 50 mm 2 in 65 mm 2-1/2 in 80 mm 3 in 100 mm 4 in 125 mm 5 in 150 mm 6 in 200 mm 8 in 250 mm 10 in 300 mm 12 in 350 mm 14 in 400 mm 16 in 450 mm 18 in 500 mm 20 in 600 mm 24 in 700 mm 28 in 750 mm 30 in 800 mm 32 in 900 mm 36 in 1000 mm 40 in view only

Comments

Meter size 1 mm 1/25 in

Display of the flowmeter size. Not displayed when no flowmeter type has been selected (Type of primary = none).

Span Cs 100.0 %

Flowmeter primary span value Cs.

Zero Cz 0.0 %

view only

Flowmeter primary zero value Cz. For "Older Model" always 0 %.

Phase 90

view only

Phase difference between reference and signal voltages.

Reference voltage 70 mV

view only

Display of the reference voltage value, for selection "Older Model". Not displayed for Model 10D1422.

Meter factor 1.0

view only

Visible only if primary 10D1462/72 is selected

Order Number ?----------------------“

view only

Display of the ABB-Order Number of the flowmeter primary.

Primary Setup

Only for selection ?Older Model“

ENTER

Display required for "Older Model". Use ENTER Function and STEP-key to access the parameters: Mains Frequency, Type of Primary, Meter Size, Reference Voltage one after the other and change as required. Not displayed when a newer flowmeter primary model (SE41F/SE21) is connected! See also Chapter 10.

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Comments

Mains frequency 50 Hz

50, 60 Hz

Selection of the mains frequency for the flowmeter primary. Selections only available for ?Older Model“.

Type of Primary DS4_

Selection of the original model

Selections only available for ?Older Model“.

Meter Size 100 mm 4 in

Selection of the sensor diameter

Selection of the flowmeter primary size. Selections only available for ?Older Model“.

Reference Voltage 70 mV

Reference voltage input

Display of the reference voltage value only for ?Older Model“, see type tag on the flowmeter primary. Not displayed for Model 10D1422, 10D1462/72. Displayed value of the meter factor only for sensor model 10D1462/72 available, see sensor name plate. Also, see chapter 10.

Meter factor 1.0

numeric entry

Cal-fact 50 m3/h

view only

Display of the max. possible flow range . Automatically selected from the flowmeter size selection.

Qmax 50 m3/h

numeric entry

Flow range end value for forward and reverse flow directions. Flow range end value range can be set between 0.5 and 10 m/s.

Damping 1 τ 1 sec

numeric entry

Response time, after 1τ the displayed value has reached 63% of its actual value (after 5τ). The following values can selected under operating mode: 0.2 to 20 s, Fast/Piston pump 0.07 to 20 s.

Low flow cut off 1.0 %

numeric entry 0–10 % of Qmax

Applies to the values displayed and all outputs. The switch point has a built in hysteresis off 0.1 % .

Submenu Detector e. pipe Important! Only if the meter pipe is completely filled will a correct measurement be made. The function "Detector empty pipe" can be used to continuously monitor this condition. If the fluid level drops below the electrode level, then all outputs can be automatically set to zero. Thereby erroneous pulses and indications can be avoided when the meter pipe is empty. When the meter pipe is full, the error message ?empty pipe“ is turned off and the systems returns to normal operation.

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Selections Value Range
Off On

Comments

ENTER

Off

Turn the empty pipe detector on or off. Not available for meter sizes: 1 mm 1/25 in 1.5 mm 1/17 in 2 mm 1/12 in 3 mm 1/10 in 4 mm 5/32 in 6 mm 1/4 in 8 mm 5/16 in Important! Empty pipe detection is not available for flowmeter primaries with preamplifiers.

DEP Mode Standard

Standard New Adjust

Selection of the function ?Standard“ or ?New Adjust“. The converter is shipped with the ?Standard“ DEP Mode set. For most applications the DEP function will operate satisfactorily in the ?Standard“ mode. For all other applications the DEP Mode ?New Adjust“ should be selected. The adjustment can be made with a full and/or empty meter pipe. Not displayed when the DEP is turned Off.

Adj. empty pipe 1000

Manual Automatic

Adjustment value for an empty meter pipe. The pipeline must be empty. After the adjustment has been completed the converter displays the adjustment value and calculates a new threshold value. Not displayed when the DEP is turned Off or the DEP Mode is Standard.

Adj. full pipe 500

Manual Automatic

Adjustment value for a full meter pipe. The pipeline must be filled. After the adjustment has been completed the converter displays the adjustment value and calculates a new threshold value. Not displayed when the DEP is turned Off or the DEP Mode is Standard.

Threshold 100000

numeric entry

The threshold value for turning off the "Empty pipe". This value is calculated and entered internally after the adjustment ?Empty pipe“ or ?Full pipe" is completed. It can also be manually entered (e.g. after both adjustment values (full and empty) were determined and the threshold, based on these values, is to be optimized (the converter always uses the last adjustment value)). The threshold value is the basic criteria used for the DEP function. The adjustment values serve only for the calculation of the threshold value. Not displayed when the DEP is turned Off or the DEP Mode is Standard.

Alarm e. pipe Off

Off On

If the alarm is turned On, then when the pipe empties the empty pipe contact is actuated. For this to occur, the contact output function ?empty pipe“ or ?General_Alarm“ must be selected in the submenu ?Progr. in/output“. When the function is turned Off, the alarm does not respond. Not displayed when the DEP is turned Off.

Iout at e. pipe Low Alarm

Low Alarm High Alarm 0%

Setting of the current output value Low or High during an error condition. Not displayed when the DEP is turned Off.

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Comments

Submenu Display

In this submenu the different values to be displayed for the process display are selected for each individual line. The contrast for the display can also be adjusted to local ambient conditions by pressing the arrow keys. Display mode ENTER 1 big, 1 small 1 big, 1 small 4 small Select 1 big and 1 small or 4 small lines.

Display 1st line Q [Percent]

Q [Percent]; Q [Unit]; Iout [mA]; Q [m/s]; Q Bargraph Totalizer; Totalizer → F; Totalizer ← R; Totalizer Diff.; HART TAG; Detector e. pipe; Blank line

Selections for the 1st display line

Display 1st line PA Addr + State

For instruments with PROFIBUS PA there are in other display values available in addition to the following: flowrate in percent, engineering units, m/s, Bargraph, totalizer, totalizer → F, Totalizer ← R, Totalizer Diff., Detector empty pipe: PA Addr+State The Bus-Address and the status of the cyclical communication (STOP, CLEAR or OPERATE) are displayed. TB VolFlow Value The value for the Volume_Flow (Transducer block Index 17) is displayed. TB VolFlow Status The Status of the Volume_Flow (Transducer block Index 17) is displayed.

Display 1st line TB VolFlow Value

Display 1st line TB VolFlow Status

Display 1st line TBT→F Value

Display 1st line TBT→F Status

TB Total → F Value The Value of the totalizer → F (Transducer block Index 102) is displayed. TB Total → Status The Status of the totalizer → F (Transducer block Index 102) is displayed. TB Total ← R Value The Value of the totalizer ← R (Transducer block Index 104) is displayed. TB Total ← R Status The Status of the totalizer ← R (Transducer block Index 104) is displayed. TB Total Diff Value The Value of the difference totalizer (Transducer block Index 106) is displayed. TB Total Diff Status The Status of the difference totalizer (Transducer block Index 106) is displayed. FB AI OUT The OUT-Value of the AI-Block is displayed. The after the decimal point numbers result from the Decimal-Point in the OUT_SCALE-Structure. The displayed Unit is the UNIT_INDEX from the OUT_SCALE-Structure. FB AI Status Here the Actual-Mode of the particular block and the status of the Output-Variables (OUT. Status) is displayed. After the Status, if required, the Substatus is displayed as a number. Example BAD 3 indicates that the Status is BAD, Substatus is 3 = device failure. For descriptions of the number codes see the Data Link documentation.

Display 1st line FB AI OUT

Display 1st line FB AI Status

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Display 1st line FB TOT1 Total

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

FB TOT1 Total Here the Total-Value of the Totalizer-Block is displayed. The displayed unit is the UNIT_TOTAL. FB TOT1 Status Here the Actual-Mode of the particular Block and the Status of the Output-Variables (Total. Status) is displayed. After the Status, if required, the Substatus is displayed as a number. Example BAD 3 indicates that the Status is BAD, Substatus is 3 = device failure. FB TOT2 Total Here the Total-Value of the Totalizer-Block is displayed. The displayed unit is the UNIT_TOTAL. FB TOT2 Status Here the Actual-Mode of the particular Block and the Status of the Output-Variables (Total. Status) is displayed. After the Status, if required, the Substatus is displayed as a number. Example BAD 3 indicates that the Status is BAD, Substatus is 3 = device failure. For descriptions of the number codes see the Data Link documentation.

Display 1st line FF Adress

For instruments with FOUNDATION Fieldbus there are in other dsiplay values available in addition to the following: Flowrate in percent, engineering units, m/s, Bargraph, totalizer, totalizer >F, totalizer <R, totalizer diff., Detector empty pipe: FF- Adress is shown as hex number.

Display 1st line TB VolFlowValue

The value or status of the flow (TB Primary_Value, Index 14) is shown.

Display 1st line TB Total →V Value

The value or status of the totalizer >F (TB Secondary_Value, Index 28) is shown.

Display 1st line TB Total ←R Value

The value or status of the totalizer <R (TB Third_Value, Index 30) is shown.

Display 1st line TB TotalDiffValue

The value or status of the totalizer diff. (TB Fourth_Value, Index 31) is shown.

Display 1st line TB AI1 Out. Value

The value or status of the Out-Parameter from the function block AI1 is shown.

Display 1st line TB AI2 Out. Value

The value or status of the Out-Parameter from the function block AI2 is shown.

Display 1st line TB AI3 Out. Value

The value or status of the Out-Parameter from the function block AI3 is shown.

Display 1st line PID In. Value

The value or status of the In-Parameter from the function block PID is shown.

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Display 1st line PID Out. Value

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

The value or status of the Out-Parameter from function block PID is shown.

Display 1st line PID Cas_In. Value

The value or status of the Cas_In-Parameter from function block PID is shown.

Display 1st line PID FF_Val.Value

The value or status of the FF_Val-Parameter from function block PID is shown.

Display 1st line PID Trk_Value

The value or status of the Trk_Val-Parameter from function block PID is shown.

Display 1st line TB VolF GOOD0

Example: The Status is shown as text, the sub status as number.

Display 1st line AI1 Auto GOOD0

For the function blocks the actual mode is shown together with the status.

Display 2nd line Q [Percent]

same as 1st display line

Selections for the 2nd display line

Display 3rd line Q [Percent]

same as 1st display line

No selections possible when the display mode is 1 big, 1 small

Display 4th line Q [Percent]

same as 1st display line

No selections possible when the display mode is 1 big, 1 small

Contrast

Set the contrast for the display for the local ambient conditions, STEP = darker; DATA = lighter. Important! Adjust the display contrast so that the display always remains readable.

Submenu Alarm

Min. Alarm ENTER 0%

numeric entry 0% – Max. Alarm

Range for the Min. Alarm 0% – Max. Alarm (= flow range setting). Set in 1 % steps, switching hysteresis 1 %.

Max. Alarm 100 %

numeric entry Min. Alarm – 105%

Range for the Max. Alarm Min. Alarm –105% of the flow range setting. Set in 1 % steps, switching hysteresis 1 %.

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Submenu/ Parameter

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

The function of the totalizer is automatically set based on the selection in the submenu "Operating mode". Operating mode Standard = totalizer function Standard, Operating mode Piston Pump = totalizer function Difference totalizer. Standard = in the totalizer function Standard the count pulses for the forward and reverse flow directions are integrated on two separate totalizers. If only forward flow metering is selected, then only the forward flow totalizer counts. Difference totalizer = in the totalizer function Difference totalizer a single totalizer is used for both flow directions. For the forward flow direction the totalizer adds the pulses while in the reverse flow direction they are subtracted. If the totalizer value is negative, i.e., the reverse flow totals are greater than the forward flow totals, the flow direction indicator in the display changes from "F" to "R". The pulse output (active or passive) is not affected by this switch.

Overflow → F ENTER 0

view only

Overflow totalizer max. 65535. 1 overflow = pulse counter 9,999,999 units. The display is reset and the overflow counter incremented by one. Example for overflow: overflow display is 012 = 12 x 10,000,000 units = 120,000,000 units + 23,455 present totalizer value result in the total = 120,023,455 units Display or entry of the forward totalizer value.

Totalizer → F 0.0 kg/h

numeric entry 0–9999999

Overflow ← R 0

view only

Overflow totalizer max. 65535. 1 overflow = pulse counter 9,999,999 units. The display is reset and the overflow counter incremented by one. Display or entry of the reverse totalizer value.

Totalizer ← R 0.0 kg/h

numeric entry 0–9999999

Totalizer reset

The forward/reverse flow totalizer and overflow counters are reset using the ENTER-Function.

Overflow Diff. 0

view only

Display of the difference totalizer overflows.

Totalizer Diff. 0.0 kg/h

numeric entry 0–9999999

Display or entry of the difference totalizer value.

Submenu Current Output

This menu is not display for PROFIBUS PA.

Current Output ENTER 0–20 mA

0–20 mA, 4–20 mA 0–10 mA, 2–10 mA

Selection of the current output range. For HART-Protocol always 4-20 mA.

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Low Alarm High Alarm

Comments

Iout at Alarm Low Alarm

Behavior of the current output during an alarm condition. Low-Alarm is only available for current output selections 2-10 mA and 4-20 mA. If error 0 (empty pipe) occurs, the current output is set to the value programmed for the parameter "Iout at empty pipe" in the submenu "Detector empty pipe". If error 3 (flowrate > 105 %) occurs, the current output is always set to the "High Alarm" value. Low-Alarm is only available for current output selections 2-10 mA and 4-20 mA. Set the current output value during a Low Alarm condition. No selection is possible when the current output selection Iout High Alarm for Iout at Alarm was made and when the converter version is standard and the current output range is 0-20 mA 0-10 mA Set the current output value during a High Alarm condition. If error 3 (flowrate > 105 %) occurs, the current output is always set to the "High Alarm" value. No selection possible when the current output selection Iout Low Alarm is selected for Iout at Alarm. This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA.

Iout Low Alarm 3.60 mA

numeric entry

Iout High Alarm 21.80 mA

numeric entry

Submenu Pulse Output

Range - Pulse ENTER 2.5 m3/h

numeric entry

Expanded flow totalization to the maximum flowrate Cal-Fact. The parameter is only displayed when a flow range smaller than CalFact was programmed. The dynamic limits for the pulse factor are calculated by the converter, and the pulse factor changed, if necessary, so that the limits are not exceeded. See Page 66. The pulse width can be set only within the limits calculated by the converter. The limits are a function of the value of the pulse factor. The converter must be within the limits from 2000 ms to 0.1 ms. See Page 66. Display of the jumper positions "active" or "passive" (See also Page 59).

Pulse factor 100 l

numeric entry dynamic limits

Pulse width 0.1 ms

numeric entry dynamic limits

Pulse (act/pas) active

view only

Submenu Progr. in/output

Contact input ENTER No Function

No function Totalizer Reset Zero Return

The contact input function is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA. Assignment of the function for the contact input terminals 81/82. For the selection "Totalizer Reset" the internal totalizer and overflow values are reset when a voltage is applied. For "Zero return" all outputs are turned off when a voltage is applied. Application example: Undefined full pipeline condition when the pumps are turned off or a cyclic cleaning or flushing procedure is initiated during which time flow metering is to be suspended.

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Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range
No function F/R-Signal /_ F/R-Signal __ General-Alarm /_ General-Alarm __ Max/Min Alarm/_ Max/Min Alarm __ Min Alarm /_ Min Alarm __ Max Alarm /_ Max Alarm __ Empty pipe /_ Empty pipe __

Comments

The switch status of the Contact Output (Terminals 41/42) can be selected as normally open (/_) or normally closed (_ _). For the "General-Alarm" all detected Errors (06, A, B, C, D, F) are signaled over the terminals. If a low flow condition is to be signaled, then "Min-Alarm" should be selected. Similarly a high flow condition is signaled when "Max-Alarm" is selected. If the signal is set for "Max/Min-Alarm" then a signal is sent over the terminals when the flowrate is above or below the range between the "Max-Alarm" value and the "Min-Alarm" value, i.e., when the flowrate is larger than the "Max-Alarm" value or less than the "MinAlarm" value.

Submenu Label view only Pulse active no HART Pulse active with HART Pulse passive no HART Pulse passive with PROFIBUS PA FOUNDATION Fieldbus Variant error Text entry

Actu. Variant ENTER Puls active no HART

Display of the pulse output and communication configuration for the shipped design.

Primary TAG ?----------------------“

A TAG-Number to identify the flowmeter primary max. 32-character can be entered or read.

Converter TAG ?---------------------“

Text entry

A TAG-Number to identify the converter max. 32-character can be entered or read.

Submenu Data Link

Communication ENTER none

Without HART

1. Communication HART Set the HART Communication ON or OFF. When HART-Communication is not required, Current Output ranges 0–20, 0–10, 2–10 mA can be selected. For HART-Communication the Current Output range must always be 4-20 mA. No entries possible for Standard instruments (no HART-Hardware).

Instr. Address 0

numeric entry 0–15

For instruments using the HART-Protocol an Address between 0-15 can be selected. If the Address 0 is entered, then the Current Output varies with flowrate in the range of 4-20 mA. If multiple instruments are connected to the bus and an Address between 1 and 15 is assigned, then the converter operates in the Multidrop-Mode. The Current Output value is then constant at 4 mA. The output values can then only be read using the HART-Communication. Warning 11 is displayed. No entries possible for Standard instruments (no HART-Hardware).

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Selections Value Range

Comments

HART TAG ?HART TAG“

Text entry

A unique instrument identifier using the HART TAG Number. Max 8-character TAGNumber (PCKASCII String). Only capital letters are recognized, no special characters can be used. No entries possible for Standard instruments (no HART-Hardware). Description max. 16-character (PCKASCII String). Only capital letters are recognized, no special characters can be used. No entries possible for Standard instruments (no HART-Hardware). A date can be entered and read here. Not available for Standard instruments (no HART-Hardware).

HART Descriptor ?HART Descriptor“

Text entry

HART Date 03.11.2003

Day Month Year

PA Address 126

Numeric entry 0–125

2. Communication PROFIBUS PA Only available if the Variant PROFIBUS PA was ordered. Display of the Slave Address. Factory setting 126 (valid Addresses 0-125). The PA-Address can be entered using the following functions: Hardware switch (see Section 8.5.2), Bus or the menu PA-Address. The hardware switch setting has the highest priority. An Address set using the hardware switch cannot be changed, either over the Bus or using the menu. If the switch address setting is not active, DIP-Switch 8=OFF, then the Address can be set over the Bus or the menu, but only if cyclic communication is not active. Display indicating which DIP-Switches are set ( - = OFF, X = ON). If the DIP-Switch 8 = ON: the Address setting can be binary coded using switches 1-7. Switches 9 and A have no function. Example: Set Address 50 using the switches. 50dec=32hex = 110010 binary → DIP-switch 2, 5, 6 and 8 to ON = PA-Address 50. An Address-switch setting change is only recognized after the instrument is rebooted, not if changed during normal operation. Factory setting for the switch is : OFF

DipSwitch 123456789A _______

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IdentNo Selctor FSM4000 0x078C AI + 2* TOT

Setting the Ident-Number-Selectors. The settings cannot be changed when cyclical operation is not active, only during status STOP. Profile 0x078C: AI + 2* TOT (AI-Block + 2 Totalizer) IdentNo Selctor Profile 0x9700 (AI-Block)

ENTER

Profile 0x9700 AI

IdentNo Selctor profile 0x9740 AI + TOT

Profile 0x9740 (AI-Block + Totalizer)

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AI Channel TB Flow Value

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

AI Channel ENTER TB Total → F

Channel setting for the AI-Block. When setting the channel, the Unit for the channel is also copied to the AI-Block (from OUT_SCALE. UNIT_INDEX). Selection: TB (Transducer Block) Flow Value TB Total → F TB Total ← R TB Diff Total

AI Channel TB Total ← R

AI Channel TB Diff Total

TOT 1 Channel TB Flow Value

TOT 2 Channel TB Flow Value

Channel setting for the Totalizer-Block. Only the selection TB Flow Value available. When setting the channel, the volume or mass Units of the channel are also copied from UNIT_TOT (Example: m?/h → m?). See TOT 1

Software Rev. Communication: 0

view only

Display of the Communication Software Revision level.

FF Adress 0x15 Dev-ID 0003200017_FSM40 00_12345

Dip Switch

3. Communication FOUNDATION Fieldbus The Address and device ID is shown: 000320 = Manufacture-Code ABB, hex 0017 = Device Type Code FSM4000, hex_FSM4000_ = Device-name 12345 = Serial number of instrument expressed as 5-digit decimal figure. Hardware-Switch

Dip Switch 1234567890 ENTER 1: Sim Enable off 2: Write Prot. off

Inside of the converter unit is a 10 times switch. The switches can be set or reset, when the converter housing is open. The switch setting can be checked on the local display of the device in the submenu data link, menu Dip switch. It can also be read over FF communication in the Transducer block (Index 87). An open switch is shown as -, a closed switch as x. The following switches are occupied: Switch 1 = Simulate Enable off = Simulation Mode disabled on = Simulation Mode enabled Switch 2 = Write Protect off = Simulation Mode disabled on = Write protect enabled. ?Simulation Mode enabled“ only allows to make a simulation, but don?t activate the simulation. Simulation is switched on or off within the parameter ?Simulate“ (structure on index 9 of Al-block). ?Write protect enabled“ prevents writing of block parameters. The switches 3 to 10 have no function.

Error Mask

This menu shows the mask for the error register (TB index 95).

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Submenu/ Parameter

Submenu/ Parameter

Submenu/ Parameter
Bitstring 0 ON EF0F0000

Selections Value Range

Comments

ENTER

Fehler A Max-Alarm

Line one shows the setting of the Bit (on/ off), which is referred by his Bitstring-Number. Line two shows the complete mask as hex number. Line three and four show the meaning of the Bit. Handling: Keys Data and Step to select a Bit, ENTER to switch on/off this Bit. Refer to Error register 9.8.2 and Interface Description part D184B093U32, Page 45.

Warning Mask

This manu shows the mask for the warning register (TB Index 96).

Bitstring 0 OFF 020000100 ENTER Warnung: 10 Rücklauf Q

Handling same like menu Error Mask. Refer to Error register 9.8.3 and Interface Description part D184B093U32, Page 46.

Software Rev. Communication 1

This menu shows the revision of the Communication-part of the software.

Submenu Self check

Attention As soon as a Self Test function is initiated, the converter no longer operates online, i.e. the outputs no longer track the flowrate.

!

Memory Test ENTER

Test the Memory. Internal FRAM, Ext. FRAM and calc. Flash can be interrogated one after the other using the ENTERFunction. numeric entry This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus Test the Pulse Output. Enter a value in Hz directly. Attention! In the submenu Test, the converter no longer operates online, i.e. the outputs no longer track the flowrate. This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus Test the Current Output. Monitor the displayed value at the connection terminals with a digital voltmeter or the process instrumentation. Entries directly in mA. Attention! In the submenu Test, the converter no longer operates online, i.e. the outputs no longer track the flowrate. No selection possible if the Hart Instrument Address is other than 0.

Pulse Output 0 Hz

Current Output 4 mA

0-20 mA, 4-20 mA 0-10 mA, 2-10 mA

Contact input Off

Off On

This menu is not displayed for PROFIBUS PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus Test the Contact Input. Before a signal is applied to the Contact Input, the text "Off" is displayed in this menu; after a signal is applied the text "On" is displayed (to check with a the simulator, use the Totalizer Reset key).

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Submenu/ Parameter
Contact output Off

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range
Off On

Comments

Test the Contact Output. Toggle the value "On"/"Off" - the Contact Output condition (open/closed) follows the settings selected in the parameter "Progr. in/output " - "Contact output". Test the Display indications. Every point in the dot matrix is activated one after the other. After all points have been activated the failure of a point is obvious.

Display

Test Mode Off

Off On

Only for checking the converter using Simulator 55XC4000.

Simulation Mode Off

Off On

Turn the flowrate simulation On/Off. To check the operation, a flowrate can be simulated. The output values should correspond to the equivalent of the simulated flowrate value entered. In the lower line of the display the message **Q Simulation** is shown. After the simulation program is completed, the parameter in the menu "Simulation Mode" should be set to "Off". In the process display the flowrate values can be simulated by pressing the STEP or DATA-Keys. The Current and Pulse Outputs follow the simulated flowrate value.

Simulation Value 0.0 %

numeric entry -130 % – +130 %

Submenu Status After the Error Register is accessed, the text "Error register" is displayed together with the Quantity of errors set. Using ENTER again the set errors with their Error Numbers and descriptive text are displayed. Using ENTER again the question is displayed if the error is to be reset or if the Help text is to be displayed. Using STEP it is possible to display all the set errors with their Error Number and descriptive text. Using ENTER the set errors can be reset.

Error register ENTER Quantity 1

C (stored) ENTER Ext. Data base

Reset: Enter Help text: Step

0 Empty pipe

Warning register Quantity: 2

3 (set) ENTER * Test Mode *

Reset: Enter Help text: Step

After the Warning Register is accessed the text "Warning register" is displayed together with the Quantity of warnings set. Using ENTER again the set warnings with their Warning Numbers and descriptive text are displayed. Using ENTER again the question is displayed if the warning is to be reset or if the Help text is to be displayed. Using STEP it is possible to display all the set warnings with their Warning Number and descriptive text. Using ENTER the set errors can be reset.

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Submenu/ Parameter

Submenu/ Parameter

Submenu/ Parameter

Selections Value Range

Comments

2 Totalizer reset

Mains interrupt 0

Display of the number of power outages since start-up

Submenu Syst. Adjust

Start System Zero ENTER 0.0 %

Manual Auto. adjustment

System zero 0.0 %

numeric entry

Zero value check if required (required for matching older model flowmeter primaries). Manual entry, e.g. after a converter exchange. Automatic adjustment:Valve must be closed, liquid in flowmeter primary must be at absolute zero flow. Initiate the automatic adjustment with ENTER. The limits for the zero value are ± 10 %. If the value is outside of these limits, the adjustment is rejected. Display of the software revision. 01/2007 identifies the issue date.B.30 = Revision level for the Standard and HART-Protocol software. Only for software PROFIBUS PA

FSM4000 01/2007 D699G004U01 B.30

view only

FSM4000 PA3.0 D699G004U02 B.14

view only

FSM4000 FF D699G004U03 B.14

view only

Only for software FOUNDATION Fieldbus

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8.4.1

HART?-Communication
HART?-Protocol

HART?-Protocol provides the ability to simultaneously output process variables and to digitally communicate without any added installation expenses. The 4–20 mA current output signal transmits both the process information and the digital signal used to communicate bidirectionally. The analog process value output allows connection to analog indicators, recorders and controllers while the simultaneous digital communication uses HART-Protocol. The HART-Protocol utilizes Frequency Shift Keyed (FSK) modulation for communication based on the Bell Standard 202. The digital signal is composed of two frequencies 1200 Hz and 2200 Hz, which represent the 1 or 0 bit information. This design utilizes the HART hard- and software and the 4–20 mA current output. Terminals 31/32 require a load of at least 250 Ω.
Converter

Qn Qn

50.05 m3/h 1500 m3

CPU

DN

Q DN

QmaxF

Display

1
Contrast
Low.-F

2
Puls

3
Counter

4
Test

5
Tot +/C/CE
Damp.

6 0

7 .

8
Enter

9

4-20 mA

Rb min = 250 Ohm

HART
Bell 202 Modem Box

Flowmeter Primary PC Handheld Terminal

Fig. 15:

Communication with HART-Protocol

A FSK-Modem must be installed for HART-Communication when connecting to a PC. The HART-Modem converts the analog 4–20 mA signal into a digital output signal per the Bell 202 Standard with a RS 232C output to the PC. The FSM4000 can also be configured and accessed using a handheld terminal Type 275. The connection is made in parallel with the 4–20 mA current output. Please see the Operating Instruction for the Handheld Terminal for details. The software program SMART VISION from ABB can be used in the control room or the service area to monitor and evaluate the data from field instruments utilizing the HART-Protocol. The SMART VISION program includes the ability to configure and display the process relevant variables with a periodic self monitoring function to check the connected field instruments. 8.4.2 Software SMART VISION ?

General Description SMART VISION? is a universal and intuitive graphic Management Software for use with intelligent field instruments. SMART VISION? communicates with all HART-capable instruments within the extent of the ?universal“ and ?common practice“ HART-Commands. For ABB-instruments, the manufacturer specific commands are also supported, so that the entire functional range of the instruments can be utilized. SMART VISION? supports both HART- and PROFIBUS-DTMs as well as all other PROFIBUS instruments within the framework of Profile Specification 2.0/3.0.

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Application Spectrum ? ? ? ? ? ? Configuration and setting parameters in field instruments. Diagnosis of instruments, access status messages. Visual overview of the instruments connected to the system using a picture of the connections. Storage/management of instrument data. Instrument measurement site planning and management Online display of instrument data (measurement values, diagnostics, configuration/parameter and status information) in multi visual form.

PC-/ Notebook Requirements Minimum Requirements – – – – – Intel-Pentium II Processor 233 MHz or compatible 64 MB RAM memory 50 MB free hard drive capacity Microsoft Windows 95, NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5 Internet Explorer 5.0

Recommended Components – – – – – Intel-Pentium III-Processor 450 MHz or compatible 128 MB RAM memory 50 MB free hard drive capacity Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5 or 6a Internet Explorer 5

Functionality/Special Features Management – – – – – – – – Management of instruments and networks in projects. Defining projects using the graphic interactive project editor. Assignment of meter location names in the project editor. Automatic assignment of meter location names/instrument addresses and multiplexer channels. Instrument selection/access by simply clicking the instrument in the project. Instrument recognition using the instrument tag number or address. Simultaneous communication with multiple field instruments. Scan a Contrans I-Bus connection for connected HART-instruments.

Important! The complete SMART VISION program version is available for a 90 day free evaluation without a license. This also applies to all DTM‘s. When this time period, beginning at start-up, has expired and a license has not been obtained, the software will no longer be functional.

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Interconnection Options HART

a) ?Point-to-Point“ Using a FSK-Modem (Notebook/Desktop)

SMART VISION
SMART VISION
RS232

HART-FSK-Modem Galvanic isolation, Ex-Protection [EEx ib] incl. connection cable 4/2 mm and 4/4 mm or
4..20 mA + FSK Power Supply

Field Instrument

HART-FSK-Modem
Address “0”

RLmin=250 Ohm

Clip on version, Galvanic isolation with alligator clips

Important! For operation as a network component a 250 Ω resistor is to be connected in series.
Fig. 16: Connections ?Point to Point“

b) ?Multidrop“ Using a FSK-Modem (Notebook/Desktop)

SMART VISION
RS232

FSK

SMART VISION HART-FSK-Modem Galvanic isolation, Ex-Protection [EEx ib] incl. connection cable 4/2 mm and 4/4 mm
Power Supply

Field Instrument

4 mA + FSK

or HART-FSK-Modem

Address “1”

Field Instrument

Clip on version, Galvanic isolation with alligator clips

Address “2” max. 15 Instruments

Important! To operate in the Multidrop-Mode, all field instrument addresses must not be set to 0. The current is thereby fixed at 4 mA.
Fig. 17: Connections ?Multidrop Mode“

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SMART VISION
RS232

FSK

HART-FSK-Modem Galvanic isolation, Ex-Protection [EEx ib] incl. connection cable 4/2 mm and 4/4 mm or

Contrans-I-Module Rack

HART-FSK-Modem Clip on version, Galvanic isolation with alligator clips

FSK-Bus-Coupler

Transmitter Power Supply 4..20 mA

Field Instrument

Module mount 8 unit 8 plug in locations for Contrans I-Modules. Isolation protection of the supply power, modules and signal circuit. Process up to 16 Ex- or Non-Ex signals or Module Rack 16unit / 21 unit
Address “0”

Address “0” Transmitter Power Supply 4..20 mA Field Instrument

Transmitter Power Supply 4..20 mA

Field Instrument

16/21 plug in locations for Contrans IModules. Isolation protection of the supply power, modules and signal circuit. Process up to 31/42 Ex- or Non-Ex signals, redundant power supply with alarm contact. FSK-Bus-Coupler for 16, 21, 32 channels FSK-Bus design with Contrans I-Modules in a module rack, bidirectional transmission of the FSK signals per HART-Protocol, economical, centralized operation, communication with intelligent field instruments using SMART VISION.

Address “0” Max. 1200 Instruments

Fig. 18:

Connections Using ?Contrans I“

8.5

PROFIBUS PA

This section of the Operating Instruction contains information for the converter with the Communication PROFIBUS PA option. The converter is designed to be connected to a Segment Coupler DP/PA as well as the ABB Multibarrier MB204. The PROFIBUS PA data link in the FSM4000 conforms to Profile 3.0 (Fieldbus Standard PROFIBUS, EN 50170, alias DIN 19245[PRO91]). The transmission signal of the converter corresponds to the IEC 61158-2 requirements. The manufacturer specific PROFIBUS PA Ident-No. for the FSM4000 is: 078C hex. The instrument can also be operated using PROFIBUS Standard Ident Numbers 9700 hex and 9740 hex.

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Layout and Design Information

The following picture shows a typical PROFIBUS PA-Network.

PLS/SPS

I/O-Level

Bus Coupler DP/PA (with Bus Terminator) Bus Terminator

εx
FXE4000 (COPA-XE) FV4000/FS4000 (TRIO-WIRL) FSM4000
Fig. 19: Typical PROFIBUS PA-Network

A shielded twisted cable is recommended (based on IEC 61158-2, Type A or B is preferred). Additional detailed layout and design information may be found in the Brochure "PROFIBUS - Solutions from ABB" (No.30/FB-10). Accessories such as splitters, connectors and cables may be found in List Sheet 10/ 63-6.44. Additional information is available on the PROFIBUS Organization home web page at http:// www.profibus.com. 8.5.2 Setting the Bus-Address for PROFIBUS PA

If no customer requirements regarding the bus address were made when the order was placed, the instrument was set at the factory to "126". The Address must be reset during start-up of the FSM 4000 to a number in the valid range (0 - 125). An Address may only be used once in a segment. The are three methods for setting the PA-Address: ? ? ? Hardware switches (in the converter) Bus communication Menu "Slave Address" (in submenu "Data Link")

There is a hardware switch in the converter. It is not visible from the outside. The switch settings can be read in the menu “Data Link” or using the communication in the Transducer Block. Before opening the housing cover the supply power must be turned off. To change the switch settings, loosen the screws on the housing cover. The hardware switches are accessible when the housing cover is opened. See Fig. 20. After the supply power is turned on again the hardware switch Address settings will be recognized by the computer. Alternately, the Address can also be changed during normal operation using the menus accessed by pressing the buttons on the display board of the converter. The hardware switch setting has the highest priority. An Address set using the hardware switch cannot be changed, either over the Bus or using the menu. If the switch address setting is not active, DIP-Switch 8=OFF, then the Address can be set over the Bus or the menu, but only if cyclic communication is not active.

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FSM4000 Converter
On
1 2 3 4 5

Hardware DIP-Switch

6 7 8 9 A

Example for Address switch settings (Switch 8 = On): Switches 1, 5, 7 = ON = 1 + 16 + 64 = Bus address 81
Switch Status OFF ON 0 1 0 2 0 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Address Mode 0 32 0 64 Bus Local 9 No Function No Function No Function A No Function No Function No Function

Instrument Address
0 8 0 16

Assignments for switches 1 to 7: PROFIBUS PA Address Switch 8: Defines the Address Setting Mode: Off = Set Address using the Bus (factory setting) On = Set Address using the DIP-Switches 1–7 Factory switch setting is: 0000000000
Fig. 20: Setting Address for PROFIBUS PA

8.5.3

Information for Voltage / Current Usage

The average current usage by the FSM4000 on the bus is 10 mA. During a fault condition the FDE-Function (Fault Disconnection Electronic) integrated in the instrument assures that the current usage cannot exceed 13 mA. The upper value of the current is electronically limited. The voltage on the bus must be within the range of 9–32 Volt DC. 8.5.4 System Installation

The use of PROFIBUS-PA Profile B, V3.0 assures that the instrument is no only interoperable, i.e., instruments from, different manufacturers can be physically connected to the same bus and be communication capable, but are also interchangeable, i.e., instruments from different manufacturers can be exchanged with one another without requiring a reconfiguration in the process control system. In order to assure this exchangeability, ABB provides for system installation 3 different GSD-Files (GSD= Instrument Database). The user can decide at installation if he requires the complete functionality of the instrument or only a portion. The change is made using the parameter ID-number selector, which can only be changed acyclically. The GSD-Files which are available are described in the following table. The manufacture specific GSD-File ABB_078C is on the CD included with the shipment. The standard-GSD-Files PA1397xx.gsd are available on the home webpage of Profibus International – http://www.profibus.com → Libraries → PA- Profiles for download. The GSD-File ABB_078C as well as the "Data Link Description PROFIBUS PA" for FSM4000 (Part No. D184B093U30) are also on the CD (Part No.: D699D002U01) included with the shipment. This CD can be reordered at any time at no charge.

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The latest GSD-Files can also be downloaded from the ABB home webpage http://www.abb.com/Flow → Electromagnetic → read more → (select actual type) → Fieldbus & HART Files → read first: Version Matrix (Read first: all files and documentation for the product are listed here) → close Version Matrix → Download Software for the desired Communication Profibus.
Quantity and Type of Function Blocks 1 x AI 1 x AI; 1 x TOT 1 x AI; 2 x TOT; and all manufacturer specific parameters Ident Number 0x9700 0x9740 0x078C GSD File Name PA139700.GSD PA139740.GSD ABB_078C.GSD

8.5.5

Block Diagram of the FSM4000 with PROFIBUS PA Communication

The diagram is presented as a function block diagram showing the blocks available in the FSM4000. Acyclically a communication tool or a SPC with Master Class 2 functionality can access all blocks for configuration. Detailed Description of the Blocks:
Physical Block (Instrument characteristics and present status) Transducer Block (Measurement parameters) Contains general specifications about the fieldbus instrument, e.g., the manufacturer, the instrument type, version number, etc. Contains all the instrument specific parameters and functions required for the flow measurements and calculations. The measured and described values are available in the Transducer-Block - Output Values and can be called by the AI-Block or the Totalizer-Blocks as channels.

The Channel-Selector is utilized by the user to select the relevant measured values Analog Input Block (Output of measured values and sta- (Q volume flowrate), internal flow totalizer (forward, reverse, difference). The values can be read acyclically from the Transducer-Block using the appropriate Index. tus) Totalizer Block 1+2 Here acyclically the totalizer value can be checked /changed using the PROFIBUS PA-DTM in SMART-VISION . The totalizer can be reset cyclically.

Physical Block

Analog Input Block AI 1

Channel Transducer Block Flowrate TotalizerBlock 1 PROFIBUS PA

TotalizerBlock 2

Fig. 21:

Block Diagram PROFIBUS PA

Important! 1. A detailed description of the Blocks/Parameters may be found in the separate "Data Link Description PROFIBUS PA" for FSM4000 (Part No. D184B093U30). This is contained on the CD included with the shipment. 2. Configure acyclically over the PROFIBUS PA-DTM in the FSM4000.

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8.6

Communication FOUNDATION Fieldbus

The Fieldbus-Converter is designed to be connected to special bus power supply instruments including the ABB Multibarrier FB900. The voltage on the bus must be in the range 9 - 32 V DC. The FOUNDATION Fieldbus Interface Description is conforms to the Specifications FF-890/891 and FF-902/ 90. The transmission signal from the converter corresponds to IEC 61158-2. The FSM4000 is registered with the Fieldbus FOUNDATION. The Reg.-No. is: IT 027200 (with aktual ITK-Version). The registration os the FSM4000 is listed with the Fieldbus FOUNDATION under the Manufacturer ID: 0x000320 and the Device ID 0x0017. 8.6.1 Project planning information

The following picture shows a typical FF-Network.

PCS/SPC

Important! The I/O level in this example provides the supply power for the FOUNDATION Fieldbus (H1). A bus termination can also be realized in the Linking Device.

E/A-Ebene/ Linking Device

H1 Bus Terminator Bus Terminator

FXE4000 (COPA-XE) Bus Terminator

FV4000/FS4000 (TRIO-WIRL) Bus Terminator

εx
FXE4000 (COPA-XE) FV4000/FS4000 (TRIO-WIRL) FSM4000

Fig. 22:

Typical FF-Network

8.6.2

Cable

A twisted, shielded cable is recommended (as defined in IEC 61158-2, types A or B are preferred). Additional detailed layout information may be found in the Brochure ?FOUNDATION Fieldbus- Solutions from ABB" (No. 7592 FF Brochure). In addition, supplementary information is available on our Home Page at http:/ /www.abb.de as well as on the Home Page of the Fieldbus FOUNDATION at http://www.fieldbus.org. 8.6.3 Setting the Bus-Address

The Bus-Address for FF is automatically assigned by the LAS (Link Active Scheduler). The Address-Recognition is made using a unique number (DEVICE_ID), which is made up of the Manufacturer-ID, Instrument-ID and Instrument Series-No. 8.6.4 Information for Voltage / Current Requirements

The average current draw of the FSM4000 on the bus is 10 mA. During an error condition the FDE-Function (= Fault Disconnection Electronic) integrated in the instrument assures that the current cannot exceed 13 mA. The upper limit of the current is electronically limited. The value of the voltage on the bus must be in the range 9 - 32 V DC.

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System integration

For integrating in a process control system a DD-File (Device Description), which contains the instrument description and a CFF-File (Common File Format) are required. The CFF-File is required for engineering the segment. The engineering can be completed on- or offline. A description of the function blocks may be found in the separate document ?Data Link Description FOUNDATION Fieldbus for FSM4000 " (Part No. D184B093U32). Both files, as well as the data link description are contained on the CD (Part No.: D699D002U01) included with the shipment. This CD may be obtained without cost at anytime from ABB. The files required for operation can also be downloaded at http://www.fieldbus.org. Attention!

!

Check for correct DIP-Switch settings in the instrument. DIP-Switch 2 must be set to OFF. Otherwise it will not be possible for process control system to write data to the instrument (hardware write protect). DIP-Switch 1 must also be set to OFF.

FSM4000 Converter
OFF
1 2

HardwareSwitch 1+2 to OFF

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Switch Status OFF ON Fig. 23:

1 Simulation Mode Disabled Enabled

2 Write Protect Disabled Enabled

3-10 No Function No Function

Switch Settings for FOUNDATION Fieldbus

8.6.6

Bus Topology

Tree and/or linear structure Passive at both ends of the main bus cable (RC-component R = 100 Ω, C = 1 μF). Close hook switches on terminal board for bus termination. 8.6.7 Block Descriptions for the FSM4000 with FOUNDATION Fieldbus

The function diagram shows the blocks available. Acyclically a communication tool such as a NIConfigurator, System Tools or a SPC with appropritate functionality can access all blocks for configuration.

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Detailed Description of the Blocks: Resource Block Transducer Block Contains general specifications about the fieldbus instrument, e.g., software version, TAG-No. etc. Contains the data for the flowmeter primary, e.g., meter size, flow ranges, etc. and all manufacturer specific parameters which are not included in the AI-Block. Also included are the parameters for the totalizers. AI 1 Contains the current instantaneous value of the flowrate, its engineering units and status. AI 2 Contains the totalizer value for the forward flow direction, its units and status. AI 3 Contains the totalizer value for the reverse flow direction, its units and status. The PID-Function block contains a Proportional-Integral-Differential-Controller plus all the components required for scaling, noise value override, cascades, etc..

Analog Input Block

PID Block

Resource Block
FF compatible communication Stack

Analog Input Block AI 1 Channel Transducer Block (Flowrate, Totalizer) Analog Input Block AI 2 Channel Analog Input Block AI 3 Channel

FOUNDATION Fieldbus

PID

Fig. 24:

Block representation at FOUNDATION Fieldbus

The Resource-Block, the AI-Blocks and the PID-Block are "Standard"-FF-Blocks. The correspond exactly to FF-Specification FF-891-1.4 The measurement value calculations are made in the Transducer-Block. The Transducer-Block provides the measured values internally. The cyclical output of the measured values externally occurs over the AI-Block. The selection, which parameter is to by outputted from the AI-Block, is made using the ChannelParameter.The PID-Function-Block contains a Proportional-Integral-Differential-Controller. Details may be found in the FF-Specification FF-891. A detailed description of the Blocks/Parameters may be found in a separate document Data Link Description FOUNDATION Fieldbus for FSM4000 (Part No. D184B093U32). This is contained on the CD included with the shipment.

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9 Maintenance 9 Maintenance
9.1
Attention!

General

!

The are electrostatic sensitive parts on the circuit boards (observe EGB-Directives). Be sure that you are electrostatically discharged before touching the electronic components.

9.2

Information about the Exchangeability of the Converter S4

The converter module is identical in function for all Meter Sizes DN 1 to DN 1000 [1/25” to 40”] and can be easily exchanged. When exchanging a converter the following items should be considered for a FRAM calibrated flowmeter primary (can be recognized by the Cs and Cz values on the type tag): 1. That the replacement converter has the same supply power. 2. That the replacement converter has the same contact in- and output functions. 3. Before installing the replacement converter the supply power is to be turned off. After a wait time of 40 min the housing cover of the field mount housing can be unscrewed. Loosen the two mounting screws from the spacer studs, the converter can now be pulled up out of its connection plugs. Reinstall the replacement converter in the reverse manner. 4. Turn on the supply power, the model number of the converter is displayed and the present software version. Then the flowmeter primary and system data are loaded from the external FRAM. a) The following message is displayed: – Warning 7 – Primary data loaded During this procedure, all the flowmeter and meter location specific parameters are loaded into the replacement converter. Approx. 30 seconds after a successful data transfer, the message disappears. b) The converter and flowmeter primary return to normal operation (e.g. after a supply power interruption): No warning message is displayed, converter automatically operates using the data from the internal and external FRAM. c) Only the converter is exchanged, Order Numbers are different. The external flowmeter primary and process data are loaded. The following message is displayed: – Warning 7 – Primary data loaded d) If the Order Number, Instrument Number, Cs, Cz and the Meter Size are the same (e.g. if a converter from the same shipment with identical parameter settings is used), then the process data are loaded from the internal to the external FRAM. The flowmeter primary data, however, continue to be loaded from the internal to the external FRAM. The following message is displayed: – Warning 8b – (Update external FRAM) the external data in cases a) to d) cannot be loaded, the program attempts to repair the defective data, and the following messages may be displayed: – Warning 8a – (Update internal FRAM) - for data flow direction external → internal – Warning 8b – (Update external FRAM) - for data flow direction internal → external It is possible that both messages may occur simultaneously. If this occurs, the following error is displayed: – Error C – for the external FRAM, then the FRAM must be replaced – Error 5 – for the internal FRAM, the converter started automatically with the default values. In some instances it may be possible by turning the supply power off and on to eliminate the error. If it does not, then the converter must be replaced. 5. Check if the Language, Display format, flow range, alarm settings and the flowmeter primary data agree with the values listed on the type tag on the flowmeter primary. 6. If parameters are subsequently changed, then these are automatically stored in the external FRAM. 7. The metering system is operational.

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9.3 Converter Exchange with PROFIBUS PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus

If a converter is connected at the end of a bus and both hook switches were set to provide the bus termination, then the bus termination is lost when the converter module is removed. The bus is then no longer properly terminated. To assure correct operation it is necessary to install a bus termination at a different location. Once the converter module is reinstalled, the old bus termination can be used again.

9.4

Exchange of a Defective Memory Module

If the start-up cannot be completed because of a missing or defective FRAM (or after a parameter change during operation), Error C is displayed. A new FRAM can be ordered from the Service Dept. at the factory at G?ttingen, Germany. The ABB Order Number and Instrument Number of the flowmeter primary must be included with the order. The following replacement procedure should be followed: 1. Error C is displayed, missing or bad FRAM 2. Order replacement FRAM and include the Order Number and Instrument Number with the order 3. Turn off supply power 4. After the FRAM is installed and the supply power turned on the system start-up can be completed. All flowmeter data and parameter settings should be checked and changed as required.

9.5

Checking the Converter with the Flowmeter Primary Simulator 55XC4000

An additional simulator adapter board is required to test the converter S4 with the 55XC4000 simulator. This can be ordered after the flowmeter has been shipped by providing the Flowmeter Primary Simulator Ordering Number code. The test procedure is described in the Flowmeter Primary Simulator Operating Instruction, Part No. D184B049U02. The test should only be conducted by authorized technicians. Important! There are a number of training sessions conducted annually at the main ABB plant covering installation, start-up, error search, and all parameter functions. For additional information please contact us.

9.6

Maintenance

The converter is maintenance free. Important! When replacing or repairing individual parts, only original replacement parts should be used.

9.7

Gaskets

Assure that the housing gaskets are seated properly, defective or crushed gaskets should be replaced. Only then will the Protection Class IP67 is assured.

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9.8
9.8.1
Error Code and Clear Text Message Flowrate Display

Messages and Tests
Overview of the Error Conditions and Alarms
Messages While Simulating Current Output – – – Yes – Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Current Output Pulse Output Contact Output General Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm MinAlarm MaxAlarm Max/MinAlarm Empty Pipe Alarm Message with HART

0 = ?Empty pipe“ 1 = ?AD-Converter/DSP“ 2 = ?Driver“ 3 = ?Flowrate >105 %“ 4 = ?Ext. Zero Return“ 5 = ?Database“ 6 = ?Totalizer“ A = ?Max-Alarm“ B = ?Min-Alarm“ C = ?ext. Database“ F = ?FRAM in Pri.“ D = ?OLD PRIMARY“ E = “DC to high“

0% 0% 0% 105 % 0% 0% – – – 0% 0% 0% 0%

Prog.Al. DLR Prog.Al. Prog.Al. High.Al 0% Prog.Al. – – – Prog.Al. Prog.Al. Prog.Al. Prog.Al.

0% 0% 0% 105 % 0% 0% – – – 0% 0% 0% 0%

More Stat avai. Trans Mal F. Trans Mal F. PV out Limits More Stat avai. Trans Mal F. More Stat avai. More Stat avai. More Stat avai. Trans Mal F. Trans Mal F. Trans Mal F. Trans Mal F.

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9.8.2 Error Messages During Operation and When Entering Data

The Error Messages listed below include explanations of the Error Codes shown in the display. During data entry Error Codes 0 to 6, A, B, C, D will not occur.
Error Code & Clear Text Message Error: 0 Empty Pipe Error: 1 AD-Converter/DSP Priority 5 Description The meter pipe is not full Possible Cause Corrective Measures

The pipeline is empty and the elec- Refill meter pipe. Detector empty pipe is turned on, trodes do not contact the fluid an adjustment has not been conducted. Adjust DEP. Check grounds (flowmeter primary). Check signal cable, check flow range setting, possibly the flow range is set too low Exchange DSP-Board

4

The AD-Converter Input signal is too large is saturated or does not respond AD-Converter/DSP is defective

Error: 2 Driver

7

Positive or negative Check wiring, no reference voltage. Check connection board and converter reference too small Current limiter has responded because the driver current is insufficient The max. range setting was exceeded by more than 5 % Flowrate is set to zero; totalization was stopped Loss of the internal database Error Totalizer >F Error Totalizer <R Error Totalizer Max-Alarm limit Min-Alarm limit Flowrate is too high or the range setting is too low Increase flow range, decrease flowrate

Error: 3 Flowrate > 105%

6

Error: 4 Ext. Zero Return Error: 5 Int. Database Error: 6 Totalizer

8

The external contact is closed

Reopen the external contact

2 9

Data memory module is defective The forward totalizer is damaged The reverse totalizer is damaged The forward, reverse or difference totalizer is damaged The flowrate exceeded the Max-Alarm setting The flowrate was below the Min-Alarm setting

Turn instrument off and on again, access the Self Check functions and test the converter Reset forward/reverse totalizer or preset totalizer by entering a new value Forward/reverse totalizer defective. Check converter and wiring . Reduce flowrate Increase flowrate

Error: A Max. Alarm Error: B Min. Alarm Error: C External Database

10

11 3

External database Missing or damaged FRAM 1) FRAM corrupted or not installed Primary type of a older model Series was selected Increased analog reset, measuring signal with overranged DC signal Data from the external FRAM missing The setting in the parameter ?Primary Setup“ is incomplete Air bubbles, deposits at the electrodes, too big interfering signal

Plug the FRAM from the associated flowmeter primary in the connection board in the field mounthousing. See Chapter 6. The FRAM cannot be read, it must be replaced. Complete entries in ?Primary Setup“ . See Chapter 10. Enable at the submenu "Operation Mode" the "Noise reduction" level "2" Insert air separator, electrode cleaning please contact factory service personnel.

Error: D OLD PRIMARY Error: E DC to high

12

13

Error: F Ext. FRAM plugged in

1

FRAM is still plugged in the flowme- Plug the FRAM from the associated flowmeter primater primary connection box ry in the connection board in the field mount housing and secure. See Chapter 6.

1) Exchanging a Defective FRAM If the start-up cannot be completed because of a missing or defective FRAM then a new FRAM can be ordered from the Service Dept. at the factory at G?ttingen, Germany. The ABB Order Number and Instrument Number of the flowmeter primary must be included with the order. After the FRAM is installed and the supply power turned on the system start-up can be completed. All flowmeter data and parameter settings should be checked and changed as required.

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9.8.3
Warning Code & Clear Text Message Warning: 1 Q Simulation Priority 2

Warning Messages During Operation
Description Possible Causes Corrective Measures After the Simulation program has been completed, the parameter ?Simulation Mode“ should be turned off. Open switch at contact input (terminals 81, 82) After completing the Simulation test with the Simulator the parameter ?Test Mode“ is to be turned off. After completing the self check test, exit the routine. Record old totalizer values, totalizer should be reset.

Before starting the flowrate, a flowrate value can Simulation Mode turned on be simulated. The outputs correspond to the simulated value set. All totalizers (forward/reverse, difference and over- External totalizer reset was flow counters) were reset initiated Only for testing a converter with Simulator 55XC4000. Test Mode turned on

Warning: 2 Totalizer reset Warning: 3 Test Mode

1 3

Warning: 4 Self Check Warning: 71) Warning primary data loaded Warning: 8a1) Update internal FRAM Warning: 8b1) Update external FRAM Warning: 9a Overflow > Forward Warning: 9b Overflow < Reverse Overflow: 9c Difference totalizer Warning: 10 Reverse Q Warning: 112) Instrument Address not zero Warning. 12a2)3) Simulation Iout Warning. 12b2)3) Simulation pulse output Warning. 132)3) Automatic adjustment running Warning. 14 Measurement value halted

4

If with HART-Communication a contact output or Function test running contact input test was initiated, Warning "4" is displayed Converter has recognized different flowmeter pri- Defective FRAM, Repair instrument, replace mary data and loaded it in the internal FRAM. instrument Loaded are the system and flowmeter primary data Converter has recognized an error in the internal Defective FRAM, Repair instrument, replace FRAM and has repaired the contents and data instrument from the external FRAM

9

10

Check the entry settings and correct, if required.

11

Converter has recognized an error in the external Defective FRAM or data was Check the entry settings and changed. correct, if required. FRAM and has repaired the contents and data from the internal FRAM The forward totalizer has reached the maximum count limit and has initiated a reset and incremented the overflow counter. The reverse totalizer has reached the maximum count limit and has initiated a reset and incremented the overflow counter. Max. count value exceeded, Reset totalizer if necessary. 1 overflow is counted. Max. count value exceeded, Reset totalizer if necessary. 1 overflow is counted.

5

6

7

The difference totalizer has reached the maximum Max. count value exceeded, Reset totalizer if necessary. count limit and has initiated a reset and increment- 1 overflow is counted. ed the overflow counter. If the forward flow direction is set and reverse flow Flow direction is reverse, occurs, this Warning is displayed possibly a defective check valve. The HART Instrument Address was changed from Address 1-15 selected. 0. Current output is frozen at 4 mA Therefore the current output frozen at 4 mA . Self Check current output. Check the value of the Function test, enter current current at the connection terminals with a digital output directly in mA for simulation. voltmeter or the process instrumentation. Self Check pulse output. Check the value of out- Pulse output simulation put frequency with a counter. turned on Warning displayed only in Service Code section when an adjustment has been initiated (only accessible to ABB Service). Only for ABB Service Personnel Prevent reverse flow of change flow direction setting to forward/ reverse. Select Address 0, if a 4-40 mA output is required. Exit function test current output

8

12

13

14

Exit function test pulse output

15

Only for ABB Service Personnel

16

Noisy measurement signal Warning is only displayed when the function "Noise reduction" has been activated (only accessible to ABB Service)

Please contact factory Service

1) Warning is displayed for 30s 2) Converter must include the communication "HART-Protocol" option 3) Warning is only displayed when the function is called using a HART-Command

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9.8.4 Danger! Checking the Metering System

!

When the housing cover is open and the supply power is turned on the personnel contact protection is no longer provided! The check of the metering system follows the assembly and installation the flowmeter primary and converter.
Are the flowmeter primary and converter installed at the correct location? (is the coordination correct, TagNo., Instrument Nos, FRAM, is the FRAM-type tag identical to the data on the flowmeter primary?). Do the ambient conditions Protection Class, temperature, vibration, cables used and cable type comply with the specifications limits for the instrument? Yes Does the supply power correspond with the value on the type tag on the converter? Yes Is the supply power within the limits for the nominal voltage at the terminals? Terminals Supply Power (Limits) L, N, (PE) AC 100–230 V (-15%/+10%) 1+,2-,(PE) AC 20.4-26.4 V (-15%/+30%) DC 20.4-31.2 V 1) (-15%/+10%) Yes Is the supply power frequency within the limits 50/60 Hz ± 6% ? Yes Were the flowmeter primary and converter earthed correctly? Yes Is the flowmeter primary filled with fluid? Yes Turn on supply power. With flow, does the actual flow direction agree with the flow direction indicators → F for forward, ← R for reverse? Does the flowrate indication agree with the actual flowrate in percent or direct reading units? Yes Is the operating mode Standard selected for continuous flowrate metering ? For pulsating flows is the operating mode Piston Pump selected? Yes Does the meter size in the submenu Primary agree with the size on the type tag on the flowmeter primary? Yes Have the flow range, current output, pulse factor, pulse width etc. been entered? Yes Does the actual flowrate correspond to the display and output values?2) Yes Metering system operational. The entry settings can also be recorded on the Overview Sheet on the last page. No Allowable installation requirements: check temperature, Protection Class, vibration, connections per Interconnection Diagram (see Page 14). Compare the Instrument Number on the type tag, coordination based on the Instrument Numbers (only for designs with factory entered data). In the high temperature design insulate the flowmeter primary and the pipeline (see Flowmeter Primary OM). Provide correct supply power.

No

No

Provide correct supply power.

No

Provide correct supply power frequency.

No

Check the earth connections per the Interconnection Diagram. See Page 14-17 Fill pipeline. 1) Check if the flow direction indicators in the display agree with the actual flow direction. 2) Is the conductivity too low? Check.

No No

No

Enter parameter Operating Mode Standard or Operating Mode Piston Pump.

No

Incorrect FRAM in converter, the meter size can only be entered for older model flowmeter primaries. Enter units and flow range. Enter the current output range and the pulse values. Initiate function test, check converter with flowmeter primary simulator. 1) Ripple ≤ 5% 2) If the flow direction does not agree with the flow direction indicators in the display, the flow direction indicators should be changed. In the submenu Operating Mode call the parameter Flow Direction and change to Inverse or Standard as required.

No

No

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9.9 Pulse Output, Change Active/Passive (not for PROFIBUS PA/FOUNDATION Fieldbus)

The factory setting for the pulse output is noted on the type tag on the converter can be obtained from the Ordering Information (Model Number). Use the following procedure if a change is required: ? ? ? ? Turn off supply power After a wait time of 40 minutes, unscrew the housing cover of the field mount housing Loosen the two screws on the opposite sides and remove the converter module (see Fig. 25) The jumper for changing the settings may be found on the underside of the module (Fig. 25). Install jumper in the desired location: – Active = outside see Fig. 26 – Passive = inside see Fig. 27 Reinstall the converter in the housing and tighten the screws Close the cover and tighten the screws
Mounting screw

? ?

Mounting screw Fig. 25: Converter Module

Jumper location

Fig. 26:

Jumper Position ?Active“

Fig. 27:

Jumper Position ?Passive“

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9.10 Connection Board Field Mount Housing

The switch S903 is closed for the older model primaries 10D1422, [10DI1425, 10DS3111A-D (≥ DN 500 [20”]). Switch S903 is opened for all the other older model primaries, see Page 65, and for flowmeter primaries SE21_/SE41F, or the parts may not be installed for this models.

Fuse 0.8 A-T, TR5 Part-No. D151F003U18 (Driver Circuit)
F902

3)

3)

9X9_3

S904 geschlossen closed
S904 L902
C903 C904 C902

1

Design S4_with primary 10D1422
R902 80 Ohm R903 not placed R904 1 Ohm S903 closed

1

1
9X4 9X6
R923
4)

R917

L913

3)

C938

3)

F901
2) 2) 2) 2)

C922
3)

C916
2)

C917

C909

C908
2)

C914

Fuse 4A-T Part-No. D151B002U07 (Supply Power)

S903 R902

3)

3)

C930

C925

C927

C937

C926

C936

3)

2)

R903

C905

L909
3)

R911

R912

R913

R914

C929 C915
2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2)

2)

C924

2)

2)

2)

R904

C906

L907

C913

L903

L904

2)

2)

C933

R910

C934

C932

C935

R906

C921

L910

C920

L908

L905

R905

L906

L912

L911

C910

C911

1)

1)

R924

R925

3)

3)

C912

C907

4)

4)

F903

C901

2)

2)

2)

C931

C919

C918

C928

C923

2)

C941

2) 2)

9X12

R915

R916

3

U+

2S

2

1

1S

U-

3

16

6

7

FRAM

51

52

81

82

41

42

31

32

M3

M1

Terminal Identification Label D338C694U10 D338C694U02 Supply Power N L High voltage 2-, 1+ Low voltage

Connection Terminals for PROFIBUS PA / FOUNDATION Fieldbus

3

U+

2S

2

1

1S

U-

3

16

6

7

FRAM

41

42

97

98

M3

M1

Close hook switches for bus termination
Fig. 28: Connection Board Field Mount Housing

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Replacing the Instrument Fuses: Danger!

!

When the housing cover is open EMC and personnel contact protection are no longer provided and the voltages on accessible components may be hazardous. Electrocution danger! Replace the fuses as follows: 1. Turn off the supply power and wait 40 minutes 2. Unscrew the large cover 3. Remove the protection cap F101 4. Replace the defective fuse (4.0 A slo-blow) Replacement part No. D151B002U07 5. Reinstall protection cap F101 6. Press the large cover against the gaskets on the open side and tighten the cover screws 7. Turn on the supply power Important! Use only original ABB replacement parts!

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9.11 Power Supply Board)
R132 R133 C148 N103 C165

C164

C166

N102

R130 MP102 C103
D102

R129 R137

R134 R135

+ C127
N101

C150

R114

V109 K

V108 K

V121 K

L102

C131
C125 R121

V112 K

C120
C147 C142 C145

C140

MP101

U101

C110 T101
R107 R109 R108 R106

C111
R113 C168

V103
K V102 R105

R111R110

D101

R136 R112 R116
K V106 C115

C114 R115 C112 V104 K K V119 V120 K

C105 R104
R117 R118

R103

V107

R119 R120

V105

R131
V101

C106
C108 C109

1
1X6

R101

2

3 F101

(Only for low voltage) Fuse F101 High voltage: 1A-T, Part-No. D151B002U06 Low voltage: 4 A-T, Part-No. D151B002U07
Fig. 29: Power Supply Board

Replace fuses as described on Page 61.

9.12

Digital-I/O Board

C250

+ C251

C247

C246

C252

Q201 2X1

C242

1
R248

N204

C249

2X2

C248

C245

1

C107

C138

C139

C117

C143

C104

C122

R122 R138

L105

C144

C151

K V122

V110 K

R254 N203 N205 R289 R253 R288 R251

R243 R244 C244 R242 R249 R274 K R276 R316 R323

R319

R235 R237 R318

+

+

R247 R321 R246 R320 R327

C214 V211 K R334 R331

R241

R324

R250 R275 D208 R278 R280

R258 C257 R291

V212

K

R325

R238 R236

R260 R292

R256 R290

R261

R328 R329

R333 R330

R335 R332

C240

V210

D209

R282

R281

C213

R279

D205

U205

U207

U206

U209

R239

U208

R283 C243

R322

C227

R259 R257 V214 K C230 C241

R252

C255

R255

R262

R326

R240

2X5

C226

C225

1
C254 Q200
D207 D202

R263
R264 R265

D204

C228

C259

D201

R269

R267 R270 C233 C229 R268 V218 V221

R317 C238

C258

R314 + C223

R226 + C205 R225 C204 R224

C203

+ C202

R287

V208 V207

R266 C231

+ C237

C224

C236

R220 U203

C234 R307 R308 R312 R306 N206 R302 R313 U204

R277

C220

C218

C216

R232 R231 R233

R230

R234

V217

V216

V206

C206 C211

R223

K

N202

R305

C212

C235

D200 R227

C219

V215

R229

R272

C207

R271 R273

R228

C210

V209

V219

C221

N201

R310

R309

R311

K

C217

K

D210

R303

R299 R295 R215 R204 R203
R201

C232

R304

R296 R221 R222

N200

K

1a

C209

C208

K

R219

K V204

L201

R315

V213

R218 R217

R216 K V205 U202

R285

C201

R209

R207 R294 R245 S201

R208 C256 U201 R211 V203

K R214 R213 V201 R205 U200

V200

R212

R206

PASSIV AKTIV
BR201 BR200 BR202 BR203

R202

R210

V202

R293 R284

Jumpers for switching pulse output between active or passive (optocoupler) 4 pole shorting jumper Part No. D172A001U03 Area enclosed by the dashed lines only installed for HART option

Fig. 30:

Digital I/O Board

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C200

R286

2X4

R301
R300 R297 R298

V220

+

+

C118

C141

C159

C116

C124

C160

C167

C162

+ C153 C154 C121

R126

R125

C146

1 + C163 L103 C161 1X1 2 R123 C152 C149

L104

C215

+

+

+

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9.13 Replaceable Parts List Converter Field Mount Housing

(Backside) Cover large
4 5 X

View without cover.
2 9 1 11,12 5

3

(Backside) Cover small
7 8

X 10

Fig. 31:

Replaceable Parts Converter Field Mount Housing

No. 1

Description Converter U high voltage without HART Converter U high voltage with HART Converter U high voltage with PROFIBUS PA/FF 1) Converter U low voltage with HART Converter U low voltage with PROFIBUS PA/FF 1) Connection board Standard Connection board for PA/FF Cover large, complete PVC protection cover Mach. screw, Phillps, phillister head M 3x5 DIN 7985 SS Cover, small Interconnection diagram Flat cable clamp Field Mount Housing empty Cable connector M 20x1.5 Mach. screw, Phillps, phillister head M4x10 steel galv. Spring washer A 4.0 DIN 137 SS

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1) For spare part ordering please indicate the communication-variant for software choice

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6

Part No. D674A859U01 D674A859U02 D674A859U03 D674A860U01 D674A860U02 D685A1020U03 D685A1020U02 D641A030U01 D626A005U01 D004F105AU20 D641A029U01 D338D311U01 D174D002U03 D641A033U01 D150A008U15 D004G108AU01 D085D020AU20

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7,8

Y
11

Y-Y
TTL Plug 1 2 3 5 4 9,10

Y

1:2 10pole Plug from display board plugged in.

Fig. 32:

Replaceable Parts Converter

No. 1 2 3

Description Driver Board Front End Board Digital-I/O Board Standard Digital-I/O Board HART Digital-I/O Board PROFIBUS PA/FF Power Supply Board Standard UHigh voltage Power Supply Board Standard ULow voltage Bracket Display board Mach. screw, Phillps, phillister head DIN 7985 M4x12 SS Spring washer B 4.0 DIN 127 SS Mach. screw, Phillps, phillister head DIN 7985 M3x12 SS Spring washer B 3.0 DIN 127 SS Converter module type tag

Part No. D685A1016U01 D685A1017U01 D685A1018U01 D685A1018U02 D685A1032U01 D685A1019U01 D685A1019U02 D353F151U01 D685A1015U01 D396A014U02 D004F109AU20 D004F109AU20 D085C016BU20 D338C706U01

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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Older Models, selections for operating with converter S4
If a converter is to be operated with an older model flowmeter primary then a FRAM with the values Cs = 100 % and Cz = 0 % must be used. If this FRAM is installed in the converter and the converter was connected according to the Interconnection Diagrams on Page 14 or 17, then when the power is turned on the menu ?Primary Setup“ is displayed. After pressing any key the following entries must be made. If later it is determined that an incorrect entry was made, corrections can be made in the submenu Systemdata ?Primary“ . See Page 29.
Submenu Primary Setup Key Entries can be made one after the other. In the submenu Primary Setup select the Mains Frequency at which the flowmeter primary was calibrated. See type tag. Select the appropriate flowmeter primary type from the list in the table. Important is the letter after the model number and the meter size, otherwise the converter will not access the correct reference data.

Mains frequency 50 Hz

Type of primary 10DS3111 E ≤ 12inch

Meter size 100 mm 4 in

Enter the appropriate meter size. The values are listed for ANSI and DN sizes. The reference voltage, see type tag on the flowmeter primary, is entered numerically. Then select the flow range and the remaining process parameters (damping, low flow cutoff, current/ pulse outputs, display format etc.). Then a system zero adjustment must be made with a full pipeline at zero flowrate.

Reference voltage 70 mV

If no values are listed for the reference voltage on the type tag, they can be requested from the Service Dept. at the factory in G?ttingen, Germany by supplying the Order Number of the flowmeter primary. Enter the Meter factor (only primaries 10D1462/72). See nameplate of primary.

Meter factor 1.0

Important!
See also Page 60 for adapting an older flowmeter primary model.
EMF-Type Flowmeter Primary Model revision level SE2_, SE4 10DS2112 DS2_ DS4_ 10DS3111(A-D) 10DS3111(E) 10DI1425 DS4_ 10DS3111(E) 10DS3111(A-C) 10DS3111(D) 10DS3111(E) 10D1422, 10DI1425 10D1418 10D1430 10DS3111A 10D1462 10D1472 Meter size DN Connection Board with Voltage Splitter, Switch S903 must be closed no FRAM-Design Coil Supply Current from:

3-1000 [1/10”-40”] 3-100 [3/8”-4”] 1-100 [1/25”-4”] ≤ 300 [12”] ≤ 400 [16”] ≤ 300 [12”] ≤ 400 [16”] ≥ 350-1000 [14”-40”] ≥ 350-400[14”-16”] ≥ 500 [20”] ≥ 500 [20”] ≥ 500 [20”] 3-1000 [1/10”-40”] ≥ 500 [20”] 3-100 [3/8”-4”] 150-1000 [6”-40”] 350-600 [14”-24”] 150-900 [6”-36”] 15-100 [1/2”-4”]

With primary calibration values Cs = see name plate Cz = see name plate

Converter S4

no

Cs = calculated; Cz = 0 %

Converter S4

no no

Cs = calculated; Cz = 0 % Cs = calculated; Cz = 0 % Cs = calculated; Cz = 0 %

Converter S4 External supply power External supply power External supply power

yes, 81 Ohm no, Board 1000 Ohm must be used

Calculated

Information:
If the flow direction indicators in the display indicate the wrong flow direction after start-up, e.g., reverse flow instead of forward, corrections can be made in the submenu Operating Mode in the converter. First turn off the Program Protection (?Prog. Level" -> ?Specialist"). Then in the submenu ?Operating Mode" select the parameter ?Flow Direction". Select ?Invers" instead of ?Standard". Finally, turn the Program Protection on again by selecting ?Prog. Level" -> ?Locked".

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11 Supplementary Configuration Information 11 Supplementary Configuration Information
11.1 Supplementary Information for Configuring the Pulse Output

The scaled pulse output uses 1-channel and can be configured as an active (24 V DC) or passive (optocoupler) pulse. To change mode after start-up, see Chapter 9.9. To configure the following parameter settings are to considered.
Parameter Entry Pulse factor 1.0000 / l Comments Pulse Factor
The limits for the pulse factor are dynamic and are dependent on the flow range (Qmax) setting as well as the totalizer units selection. The limits are calculated so the count frequency is between 5000 Hz and 0.01 Hz. If the flow range or totalizer units are changed, the selected pulse factor is checked for validity. If necessary, the pulse factor is changed so that the limits are not exceeded. If the pulse width is too large for the resultant frequency, it is also reduced. Example for high limit: Pulse factor high = max. frequency/(Qmax · units factor) If Qmax = 1 l/s then the units factor is = 1 max. Frequency = 5,000 Hz 5,000(1 · 1) = 5,000 pulses/liter min. Frequenz = 0.00016 Hz Example for low limit: Pulse factor low = Pulse factor high/min. pulse frequency Min. pulse frequency = 31 250 000 5,000/31 250 000 = 0.000016 pulses/liter The pulse factor can therefore be set within the limits from 0.01 to 5000 pulses per liter. In the submenu "Pulse Factor" the value displayed will be within these limits. If other entry changes are made, Qmax, totalizer units, the limits are recalculated and if required, the pulse factor changed, if it is outside of the limits. The pulse width is always set so that the above criteria are satisfied. If a change is required, then the Warning Pulse Width Changed is displayed.

Pulse Width Pulse width 50 ms
The pulse width (duration for the pulses) can be set within the range from 0.1ms to 2000 ms. The upper limit may be reduced based on the value of the pulse factor, in order to assure an on/off ratio of 1:1 and the maximum 5 kHz. Example for high limit: Width high = 500/(pulse factor · units factor · Qmax) Pulse factor = 5,000, Qmax = 1 l/s, units factor = 1 500/(5,000 · 1 · 1) = 0.1 ms Pulse factor = 10, Qmax = 1 l/s, units factor = 1 500/(10 · 1· 1) = 50 ms If the pulse width is not sufficient for the application, then the totalizer units, flow range or pulse factor must be changed. Basically any changes made by the converter to the pulse factor or pulse width will be indicated by a Warning message in the display. When connecting an active or passive counter, the allowable current and pulse frequency limits must be considered. Example: A 24 V passive counter is connected: The maximum output frequency is 5 kHz.
U 30 V
UH

Unit Totalizer l

16 V

2V 0V

UL

t

Voltage ?closed“ ?open“

Current 16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V, 0 V ≤ UCEL ≤ 2 V,

2 mA ≤ ICEH ≤ 220 mA 0 mA ≤ ICEL ≤ 2 mA

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11 Supplementary Configuration Information
11.2 Supplementary Information for Configuring Piston Pump/Pulsation
Comments The main application areas for the AC magnetic field instruments are where fast measurement processing is required for continuous flow metering of single or multi phase fluids. If pulsation dampeners are used in piston pump applications, then usually DC magnetic field instruments can be used. If the use for pulsation dampeners is not desired or impossible, then instruments with higher magnetic field excitation frequencies are required. When metering pulsating flows downstream from a simple, single stroke piston pump with a high or unsteady stroke frequency, hose or diaphragm pump, the converter must be in position to process the peak flowrates correctly. These peak values are often three times the average flowrate. As long as the converter can process high flowrate spikes linearly and a sufficient number of samples are measured, the basic accuracy of the measurement system for longer term measurements is maintained. Therefore the Piston Pump selection is made in the submenu Operating Mode. Especially for pulsating flow or very noisy signals a digital filter is incorporated in the converter. It smooths the instantaneous indications and provides a pulsation free current output. In the parameter Damping a selection can be made in the range from 0.2 to 20 sec (= 1 τ).

Parameter Entry

Submenu Operating mode

Operating mode Piston Pump

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12.1 General Description

The Converter Model S4 converts the flowrate proportional flow signals from an electromagnetic flowmeter primary into the conventional output signals. These measurement values are shown on a full-graphic 4 line lighted display. In addition, the measurement values are also transmitted to a scaled pulse output, current output and using HART-Protocol communication. In the variant PROFIBUS PA, the measurement values are transmitted over the PROFIBUS and are also available at a contact output. The flow range end value of the converter can be set within the range from 0.5 m/s to 10 m/s. This metering system is especially suited for applications with fast changing or two phase flows. The incorporation of a digital signal processing assures a high system reliability especially in interference environments, noise intensive fluids and for fast changing flows. Furthermore, standard are a pulsation free current output, pulse output (active or passive), fast response times, automatic empty pipe detection and much more. Therefore this EMF is especially suited for demanding applications and two phase flows.

12.2

Converter Model S4
Fluidized bed powder coated Aluminum die casting Epoxy powder None Washed in a high alkaline bath; Alodine process applied as a corrosion layer to improve adhesion of coating 80 μm RAL 9002 (light gray) RAL 7012 (basalt gray) IP 67, NEMA 4X, -20°C to + 60°C -20°C to + 80°C Acc. to IEC 60068-2-30 Classification of environmental conditions; Natural influences, temperature and air humidity. No influences within the following conditions: Temperature at 25 °C to 55 °C [77 °F to 131 °F] and relative humidity of 94 % to 97 %. Acc. to IEC 60068-2-6, grouping for instruments acc. to table C2 for general industry applications. No additional influences to the following levels of vibration: Frequency: 10 to 55 Hz, amplitude max.: 0.15 mm. Note: Avoid using the Field mount housing in an environment with constant vibration. Protective plug-in cover against vibration upon request. M20x1.5; NPT ?" option; PF ?" option AC 100-230 V, 47/63 Hz (-15%,+10%) AC 20.4-26.4 V, 47/63 Hz DC 20.4-31.2 V (ripple < 5%) S ≤ 45 VA (flowmeter primary including converter) Current output, pulse output, contact input and contact output are galvanically isolated from the signal input and each other 0 to 0.5 and 0 to 10 m/s 1 τ = 70 ms (0–63 % flowrate change) Operating Mode Fast 1 τ = 200 ms (0–63 % flowrate change) Operating Mode Standard, Piston Pump 0/4–20 mA; 0/2–10 mA selectable, galvanically isolated, RL < 560 Ω, (for HART min. 250 Ω)

Housing material Coating primer surface preparation Coating thickness Color Protection Class per EN 60529 Ambient temperature Storage temperature Relative humidity

Shock and vibration resistance

Cable entries Supply power UHigh ULow Power Galvanic isolation Flow range setting Response time

Current output

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Pulse output active Active/passive switchable, galvanically isolated, Voltage pulse 24V rectangular, RL > 150 Ω, Pulse width ≤ 50 ms, count frequency ≤ 3 Hz, RL > 500 Ω, pulse width ≥ 0.1 ms count frequency max. 5 kHz Apply external voltage, optocoupler specifications: Voltage 16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V; current 2 mA ≤ ICEH ≤ 220 mA Voltage 0 V ≤ UCEL ≤ 2 V; current 0 mA ≤ ICEL ≤ 2 mA Settable within dynamic limits in pulses/unit Settable within dynamic limits from 0.1 to 2000 ms Active as operating contact (normally open) optocoupler specifications: ?On“ 16V ≤ UKL ≤ 30 V DC, ?Off“ 0V ≤ UKL ≤ 2 V DC, Ri 0= 2 kΩ The following functions can be assigned: Ext. zero return, ext. totalizer reset Contact output Passive as operating contact (normally opened or closed) Optocoupler specifications: ?Closed" 0 V ≤ UCEL ≤ 2 V, 2 mA ≤ ICEL ≤ 220 mA ?Open“ 16V ≤ UCEL ≤ 30 V DC, 0 mA ≤ ICEH 2 mA The following functions can be assigned: Forward/reverse flow direction signal, limit alarms (max. or min.), general alarm, empty pipe Communication Data security HART-Protocol over current output or PROFIBUS PA or FOUNDATION Fieldbus Using FRAM, all data stored for a 10 year period without supplementary power when the power is turned off or interrupted. Additional security using a serial internal and external FRAM for data exchange for data storage of process information and instrument values. 4-line lighted graphical display with a 4x16 character dot matrix display indication. User selectable values for display in each line. Standard is 2-line; 1st line ?large“, 2nd line ?small“. Per EN 61326 and NAMUR NE21. For older flowmeter primaries (Series DS2_, DS4_, 10DS3111, 10DI1425, 10D1422 and 10D1462/72) the system can be operated using Converter S4.

passive ?closed“ ?open“ Pulse factor Pulse width Contact input

Display

Interference resistance (EMC) Retrofit

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12.3 Accuracy Under Reference Conditions per EN29104
± < 0.5 % of rate > 0.5 m/s ± < 0.00025 % of max. < 0.5 m/s plus ± < 0.1 % of rate + 0.01 mA ≤ ± 0.2 % of rate

Pulse output Current output Reproducibility

Pulse Output Q> 0.05 Cal-fact ± 0.5 % of rate Q< 0.05 Cal-fact ± .00025 Cal-fact
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 5 10 20 90 100 %

Accuracy

%

Q Q max DN v m s

0

0.5

1

2

9

10

Fig. 33:

Accuracy

12.4

Reference Conditions per EN 29104
20 °C ± 2 K 20 °C ± 2 K Unom ± 1 % At reference conditions the supply power is restricted to a fixed value UHigh = 230 V AC ULow = 24 V AC/DC. 30 min Upstream > 10 x D Downstream > 5 x D Flowmeter primary and converter are connected to earth. The flowmeter primary is to be installed concentrically in the pipeline.

Fluid temperature Ambient temperature Supply power

Warm up phase Installation requirements straight pipe sections

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13 Parameter Setting and Option Overview 13 Parameter Setting and Option Overview
TAG-No.: Converter Type: Instrument No.: Electrodes: Cz: Reference Voltage: Order No.: Supply Power: Excitation Frequency: System Zero: Instrument No.: V Hz Hz

Meter Location: Flowmeter Primary Type: Order No.: Fluid Temp.: Liner: Cs: Phase:

Parameter
Prog. Prot. Code: Language: Primary:

Setting Range
0–9999 ( 0 = Factory setting) German, English, French, Finish, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Turkish SE2_, SE4_; DS2_; DS4_ (≤DN300/12”); DS21/DS41, 10DS3111A-D (≤DN400/16”), 10DS3111E (≤DN300/12”), 10DI1425 (≤DN400/16”), DS4_ (≥DN350-400/14”-16”), 10DS3111E (≥DN350-400/14”-16”), 10DS3111A-D (≥DN500/20”),DS4_(≥DN500/20”), 10DS3111E (≥DN500/20”), 10D1422, 10DI1425 (≥ DN 500/20”), 10D1462/72 (DN15-DN900/1/2“-36“) DN 1 – 1000 / 1/25” - 40” 0.05 Cal-fact to Cal-fact pulses/unit (observe dynamic limits) ms (observe dynamic limits) 0–10 % of flow range end value 0.2–20.0 seconds (= 1τ) Operating Mode: Standard, Piston Pump 0.07–20.0 seconds (= 1 τ ) Operating Mode: Fast 0.01 g/cm3 – 5.0 g/cm3 l/s, l/min, l/g,hl/s, hl/min, hl/h, m3/s, m3/min, m3/h, igps, igpm, igph, mdg, gpm, gph, bbl/ s, bbl/min, bbl/h, bls/day, bls/min, bls/h, kg/s, kg/h, t/s, t/min, t/h, g/s, g/min, g/h, ml/s, ml/min, ml/h, MI/min, MI/h, MI/day, lb/s, lb/min, lb/h, uton/min, uton/h, uton/day, kgal/s, kgal/min, kgal/h l, hl, m3, igl, mgal, bbl, bls, kg, t, g, ml, MI, lb, uton, kgal % % F/R Signal, General Alarm, Min-Alarm, Max-Alarm, Max-/Min-Alarm, Empty Pipe Ext. Totalizer Reset, Ext. Zero Return 0/4–20 mA, 0/2–10 mA 2-10 mA: 1.6-2 mA / 4-20 mA: 2-3.5 mA 0/4-20 mA: 20-26 mA / 0/2-10 mA: 10-12 mA ON/OFF See Iout Low Alarm, Iout High Alarm 0–10000 Q [%]; Q [Unit]; Q [mA]; Q [m/s]; Q [Bargraph]; Totalizer; Totalizer\→ F; Totalizer\← R; Tag Number; Blank Line same as above same as above same as above Standard/Piston Pump/Fast Forward/Reverse, Forward Standard, Invers

Meter Size: Qmax: Pulse Factor: 1) Pulse Width: 1) Low Flow Cutoff: Damping: Density: Units Qmax:

Units Totalizer: Max. Alarm: Min. Alarm: Contact Output: Contact Input Current Output: Iout Low Alarm: Iout High Alarm: Detector e. Pipe: Iout at e. Pipe: Threshold: Adjust e. Pipe: 1st Display Line: 2nd Display Line: 3rd Display Line: 4th Display Line: Operating Mode: Flow Indication: Flow Direction:

Pulse Output: Communication: Detector empty Pipe: Alarm: Ext. Input:

? ? ? ? ?

Active HART-Protocol Yes, activated Yes Yes Ext. Totalizer Reset

? ? ? ? ?

Passive PROFIBUS PA No Yes Ext. Zero Return ? No ? FOUNDATION Fieldbus ? No No (Meter size too small, preamplifier)

1) The maximum count frequency (5 kHz) may not be exceeded.

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