HDLT12300 Device Instruction Manual

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Model 12300 Digital Level Transmitter / Controller

Instruction No EU 3500 E 04/2000

With HART ® Communication Protocol

Table of Contents General ......................................................................................3 Spare Parts................................................................................3 After Market Support................................................................3 Training......................................................................................3

5.3.1 Direct Reading on the Liquid Specific Gravity Meter [SGMETER].....................15 5.3.2 To Set up Function Parameters...........................16 5.3.2.1 5.3.2.2 5.3.2.3 5.3.2.4 5.3.2.5

Calibrate the Specific Gravity Meter ...........16 Calibration Specific Gravity [SG CAL] .........16 Service Specific Gravity [SG SER] .............16 Output Current Damping [DAMPING]...........16 Reduced Range and /or Zero Shift [SPAN > – MANU] where the instrument is in MANUAL Mode and can be configured, calibrated or diagnosed,

• DIAGNOSTIC Menu : (see APPENDIX D). • FAILSAFE Mode Menu : (see APPENDIX A).

• move to the INFORMATION Menu [–> INFO] where actual configuration, calibration and diagnostics data can be READ ONLY. Note also when you go to [–> INFO] the instrument is still in the NORMAL Mode and still generates a 4 to 20 mA signal proportional to the tank level,

• SETVAL menu : (see APPENDIX D). • SPECIFIC menus : (see APPENDIX F). Signs ✱, + and – in the menus mean these buttons should be pressed to move into the menu.

• return to the NORMAL Mode.

✱ means : enter the function, accept or save to

memory; may be replaced by YES.

Press any button to enter the NORMAL Mode Menu from the normal operating mode.

+ or – means : vertical movement in the program structure; may be replaced by NO or NEXT or PREVIOUS.

5.1.4.2 INFORMATION Menu [–> INFO] (APPENDIX A) When the instrument is in the NORMAL Mode this menu will allow you to access databases to :

When screen [✱ – +/nn.nnn] is displayed, stroke + to increase numerical value or – to decrease.

• Read configuration data : instrument function, direction of head mounting, action, failsafe option, high and low alarms, times before alarms flag are activated, language.

The various small screens in the menu diagram represent codes and/or numerical values displayed on the LCD : explanations on the codes, on the corresponding function and on the value limits are described in the APPENDIXES.

• Read calibration data : damping coefficient, low and high reference level current, low and high level, level unit, zero shift, reduced span, calibration specific gravity, service specific gravity, calibration specific gravity of specific gravity meter.

A momentary (>1 s) press of a button either will change menus or increase (or decrease) the displayed value by increments of 1 : see SETVAL menu.

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• Read diagnostic data : accumulated tank filling, time at low or high level, total time of working, electronic board temperature.

5.1.4.4 CONFIGURATION Menu [CONFIG] (APPENDIX B) This menu allows you to set the following configuration options :

• Read fault : displays all permanent faults which might have occurred since the last clear fault.

• the instrument function (level or interface),

• Clear fault : displays the status of cleared faults.

• the direction of head mounting (left or right displacer when facing the LCD window),

NOTE : In the CONFIGURATION, CALIBRATION DIAGNOSTIC AND FAILSAFE menus in APPENDIX A to D, the screens which can be displayed to be READ ONLY under [–>INFO ] are noted by INFO .

• the action (direct:current increases with level; reverse: current decreases when level increases), • the FAILSAFE current,

To enter the INFORMATION Menu from the NORMAL Mode press in sequence : ✱ (or + or –), +, +, ✱.

• the high and low alarms, • the time delay prior to triggering off an alarm, • the time duration before the instrument goes into the Failsafe mode,

Then press the + or – button to move into the INFORMATION Menu and reach the desired database to be read.

• the language of the display. To enter the CONFIGURATION Menu : enter the MANUAL Mode menu and move into the menu to [ –> CONFG], press ✱ to display [CONFIG] then press any button to enter the menu.

Press ✱ to enter the database. To display data, press + or –. To exit the database press ✱. To exit the INFORMATION Menu and return to the NORMAL Mode move to [ CALIB] where the instrument is calibrated,

• Press ✱, ✱, ✱, –, –, ✱ to return to the NORMAL Mode.

• to the DIAGNOSTIC Menu [ –> DIAGN] where diagnostic options are defined,

5.1.4.5 CALIBRATION Menu [CALIBR] (Appendix C)

To enter the MANUAL Mode menu from the normal operating mode press ✱ to enter the NORMAL Mode menu, + to reach [–> MANU] , ✱ to enter the MANUAL Mode then press any button to enter the MANUAL Mode menu,

This menu allows you to: • perform instrument coupling to the torque tube, • perform the instrument calibration (transmitter and specific gravity meter),

To exit the MANUAL Mode menu move to [ CALIB]. Press ✱ to display [CALIBR] then press any button to enter the menu.

b) For an “interface” instrument, • Set the Low and High Specific Gravities of the liquids used for calibration and take the REF L [ZERO] and REF H [SPAN],

To exit the CALIBRATION Menu and return to the NORMAL Mode display, move into the menu until [ 0). Push ✱ again to go out of SETVAL menu and to display [ALRMH I].

ALARM HIGH IN

When displayed, push + to validate : The next step in configuration [TIME 1] will appear. To skip setting the High Alarm On, push ✱ ; [ALRMH O] is displayed.

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APPENDIX C

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CALIBRATION

MENU SCREENS

DESCRIPTION

CALIBRATION

Validate by ✱ to enter CALIBRATION Menu.

CALIBRATION ZERO SPAN

Validate by ✱ to get to sub-menu for Specific Gravity of Calibration setting, Zero and Span calibration.

SPECIFIC GRAVITY for CALIBRATION

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the specific gravity of the liquid used during the calibration procedure. Settable value ranges from 0.001 to 10.

ZERO

When displayed, put (or simulate) displacer fully out of liquid. Wait till the displacer is stable before pushing ✱ to let instrument know (REF L). (See Section 5.3.3.1).

SPAN

When displayed, put (or simulate) displacer fully immersed in liquid. Wait till the displacer is stable before pushing ✱ to let instrument know (REF H) , (See Section 5.3.3.1); [ERROR] may be displayed if displacer is still in situation described previously ([ZERO]) while pushing ✱.

LOW SPECIFIC menu GRAVITY of CALIBRATION

Used in case of an Interface instrument. Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL and declare the Specific Gravity of the lighter liquid used for calibration. Settable values range from .001 to the value of [HSG CAL].

LEVEL HIGH

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the level expressed in industrial unit in correspondance with (REF H), (see Section 5.3.3.1). Always set at 100 if UNIT is %. Value ranges from value of [LEVEL L] to 9999.9.

UNIT

Validate by ✱ to display a list of units (one unit at a time) to express the level value (push + to scroll through the list) ; may be % of REF range or heigth or volume of liquid in tank, etc…

ZERO

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the zero of a reduced range (see Section 5.3.2.5 ). In case of an interface instrument, when the specific gravities of service [LSG SER] and [HSG SER] are different from those of calibration [LSG CAL] and [HSG CAL], [ZERO ] will be automatically set to the value resulting from formula :

([LSG SER] – [LSG CAL]) / ([HSG SER] – [LSG SER]) Value ranges from – 9999.9 % to 9999.9 % . SPAN

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the span of a reduced range (see Section 5.3.2.5). Value ranges from 0.0 % to 99 %.

4 20 MA

Validate by ✱ to enter the sub-menu allowing to calibrate the internal ampmeter or force the loop current to a value set through function [MA GENE].

4 MILLIAMP

Allows to calibrate the internal current measurement. This re-calibration is normally not necessary and requires to put in serie with the instrument a very precise ampmeter. If nevertheless required, validate by ✱ to display #### [✱ – + ]. Decrease or increase value (ranges from 2900 to 3500 ; increment 1) until the reference ampmeter indicates 4.000 mA. Push ✱ again to return to [4 MA].

20 MILLIAMP

Allows to calibrate the internal current measurement. This re-calibration is normally not necessary and requires to put in serie with the instrument a #### very precise ampmeter. Validate by ✱ to display [✱ – + ]. Decrease or increase value (ranges from 2000 to 3500 ; increment 1) until the reference ampmeter indicates 20.000 mA. Push ✱ again to return to [ 20 MA].

MILLIAMP GENERATOR set

Allows to set another instrument (such that positioner) in serie in the loop, to #.### ] and generating the required output current. Validate by ✱ to display [MA

Used in case of an Interface instrument. Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL

HIGH SPECIFIC menu GRAVITY of CALIBRATION

and declare the Specific Gravity of the heavier liquid used for calibration. Settable values range from the value of [LSG CAL] to 10.0.

CHANGE SPECIFIC GRAVITY

Enter that function to set the specific gravity of service in case it is different from the Specific Gravity of Calibration.

SPECIFIC GRAVITY of SERVICE

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the Specific Gravity of the liquid of service if it is different from the Specific gravity of Calibration. Settable value ranges from 0.001 to 10.

LOW SPECIFIC menu GRAVITY of SERVICE

Used in case of an Interface instrument. Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL and set the Specific Gravity of the lighter liquid in service if it is different from [LSG CAL]. Settable values range from .001 to the value of [HSG SER] .

HIGH SPECIFIC GRAVITY of SERVICE

Used in case of an Interface instrument. Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the Specific Gravity of the heavier liquid in service if it is different from [HSG CAL]. Settable values range from [LSG SER] to 10.0.

VARIABLES SETTINGS

Validate by ✱ to enter sub-menu to calibrate [DAMPING], [MA L], [MA H], [LEVEL L], [LEVEL H], [ UNIT] and ZERO and SPAN for reduced scale.

DAMPING

First order filtering function which acts on the loop current ; Time set corresponds to response at 63 % assuming a level step change. Can be set between 0.1 s and 32 s. Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu.

MILLIAMP LOW

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the current corresponding to (REF L) (see Section 5.3.3.1). Allows to correct for best independant linearity. Value ranges from 3.8 mA to the value of [MA H] .

MILLIAMP HIGH

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the current corresponding to (REF H), (see Section 5.3.3.1). Allows to correct for best independant linearity. Value ranges from value of [MA L] to 20.5 mA.

LEVEL LOW

APPENDIX C

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the level expressed in industrial unit in correspondance with (REF L), (see Section 5.3.3.1). Always set at 0 if UNIT is %. Value ranges from 0 to value of [LEVEL H] . Since [LEVEL L] must be always smaller than [LEVEL H], it may be necessary to set the value of [LEVEL H] before the one of [LEVEL L].

the loop current to any value between 3.6 and 23.0 mA. Default value is 4.000 mA. Push ✱ again to enter SETVAL menu and push ✱ again to display #.### [MA ] and force the current to the displayed value. Push + or – to return to [MA GENE]. The value set is not put in the instrument memory. SPECIFIC GRAVITY Validate by ✱ to calibrate the Specific Gravity Meter Proceed with [CAL Z S] METER CALIBRATION sub-menu. Refer to Sections 5.3.1 & 5.3.2.1. COUPLING

Only necessary on instrument head delivered alone. Function used while mechanically couple the sensor to the torque tube rod. Requires to simulate a displacer half immersed in a liquid of SG 1.4. The value read should be between – 5 % and + 5 %. See Sections 6.2.3 & 6.2.4.

MANUAL

Validate by ✱ to return to [MANUAL] in Normal Mode menu.

STORAGE

Starts the procedure to store the various calibration data into the memory of the instrument.

YES NO

Validate by ✱ to finalize the storing procedure or push + (or –) to abort and keep the previous data. In both case, the instrument remains in the CALIBRATION Menu.

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APPENDIX D

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APPENDIX D – Continuation

DIAGNOSTIC

Validate by ✱ or + or – to access to the diagnostic sub-menu.

READ COUNTER

Validate by ✱ to access to the accumulated data sub-menu.

FILLING

Totalizes the amount of liquid entering the tank. Counter increments by 1 when accumulated positive change in level correspond to one height of displacer.

TIME - LOW DAY

TIME - HIGH DAY

Time (days) during which the instrument worked within 5 % of low level that is between – 5% and + 5% of calibrated value.

DIAGNOSTIC

MENU SCREENS

SMART FILTERING AUTOMATIC

Validate by ✱ to proceed to automatic smart filtering parameters setting. Target is to bring influence of noise and waves below 0.3 % of range.

SUCCESS

Indicates that automatic smart filtering parameters [S - FTR A] procedure has been correctly achieved.

ERROR

Displayed when the automatic TUNE failed.

SPECIFIC GRAVITY METER

Validate by ✱ to display the value of Specific Gravity of the liquid when the displacer is fully immersed: the Specific Gravity Meter must have been previously calibrated. If not, the case [ERROR] will be displayed.

SPECIFIC GRAVITY METER

Display the value of the liquid specific gravity. This value is valid only if the displacer is fully immersed in the liquid . If the Specific gravity Meter has not been calibrated, the screen [ERROR] is displayed : this is the only to know if the Specific Gravity Meter has been previously calibrated. In both case, push ✱ to return to main DIAGNOSTIC Menu.

ERROR

Displayed when the Specific Gravity Meter has not been calibrated.

FAULT HISTORY

Validate by ✱ to read the list (if any) of defaults which occured in the operating system ; this info is stored in RAM and thus lost when instrument is switched off.

Time (days) during which the instrument worked within 5 % of high level that is between 95 % and 105 % of calibrated value.

TIME WORKING DAY Time (days) during which the instrument has been on service. DEGREE CELSIUS

Instantaneous temperature (° Celsius) inside housing (printed board).

RESET COUNTER

Validate by ✱ to display [YES NO]. Push ✱ again to confirm procedure or + (or –) to keep the diagnostic data in memory.

YES NO

Push ✱ to finalize Storage or + (or –) to abort the Storage procedure and keep the previous values.

SENSOR TEST

Validate by ✱ to perform a test of the Hall effect sensor. The level of liquid shall remain constant during the test.

SUCCESS

Indicates that result of Hall sensor test is correct.

FAILSAFE

Indicates the instrument is in Failsafe mode. If [FAIL O] was configured, loop current locks on the last value before [FAILSAF] is displayed. If [FAIL I] was configured, the loop current is the value entered through CONFIGURATION Menu.

SMART FILTERING MANUAL

Validate by ✱ to enter the sub-menu to set manually the smart filtering parameters. Smart filtering act on digitally converted sensor signal : it eliminates unwanted sensor signal oscillations ; it has no damping or delaying effect on fast level changes.

WINDOW of INTEGRATION

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the window width in seconds : from 0.1 s to 32 s. Factory set value (generally suitable) : 4 s.

DEAD ZONE of INTEGRATION

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the integration dead band : from .01% to 10%. Factory set value (generally suitable) : 0.3 %.

WINDOW is VALIDATION

Validate by ✱ to enter SETVAL menu and set the time after which a new value

DESCRIPTION

NO ERROR MANUAL

Validate by ✱ to return to [MANUAL] in Normal Mode menu.

validated : from 0.1 s to 32 s. Factory set value (generally suitable) : 0.1 s. Validate by ✱ to start the storage procedure : at this step it is still possible to keep the previous values ; see [YES NO] below.

STORAGE

Intermediate step of Storage procedure ; validate by ✱ to reach next step [YES NO].

YES NO

Push ✱ to finalize Storage or + (or –) to abort the Storage procedure and keep the previous values.

Instruction No EU 3500 E 04/2000 12 300 Series Level Transmitter/ Controller

APPENDIX E The purpose of this Section is to facilitate the first calibration and running in case of a level application of the instrument. Danger : If area cannot be verified as safe, do not remove any covers.

• Before installation, connection and start to running, carefully read Section 2. Protection Standard and Section 3. Installation. • For explanations to general principles, the liquid crystal display, the push buttons and how to use the menus, refer to Sections 5.1 and 5.1.1 to 5.1.3. • For the menus description, refer to Section 5.1.4. • To perform the instrument calibration proceed as follows : After the 12300 Level Transmitter has been installed, remove the front plate (80) located in front of the instrument to gain access to the push buttons. In NORMAL MODE (refer to APPENDIX A), the instrument displays alternatively the loop current and the level expressed in the unit (% or engineering unit) shown in the low left corner of the screen. Stroking any of the button enters a sub-menu which allows to go to a MANUAL MODE where the instrument can be configured, calibrated and diagnosed :

NOTE : In the CONFIGURATION AND CALIBRATION menus of APPENDIX B & C, the screens which are only necessary for the first operation and simple calibration are highlighted by means of the white text on a colored background.

CONFIGURATION (Appendix B) To enter the CONFIGURATION Menu from the Normal operating mode, press in sequence : ✱ (or + or –), +, ✱, ✱, ✱, to display [CONFIG]. Select all required configuration data indicated bellows : • the instrument function (level or interface), • the direction of head mounting (left or right towards the displacer when facing the LCD window), • the action (direct :current increases with level ; reverse : current decreases when level increases),

FIRST OPERATING AND SIMPLE CALIBRATION FOR A LEVEL INSTRUMENT SERVICE To quit the CONFIGURATION Menu and return to Normal Operating mode, move into the menu until [0 . If Time 2 is also >0 , the transmitter will be force to faisafe mode after Time 2 elapsed.

LOW ALARM

HIGH ALARM

OFF = not high alarm set ON = high alarm is activated and will be set if Time1 is >0 . If Time 2 is also >0 , the transmitter will be force to faisafe mode after Time 2 elapsed.

fail current

Displayed only if FAIL=ON. Current value for failsafe mode. This value must be between 3.6mA and 23.0mA.

Low alarm level

Displayed only if LOW ALARM=ON. Alarm threshold in the same engineering units as the level of liquid corresponding to the level value under which the transmitter set a low alarm or go to failsafe mode regarding Time 1 and Time 2.

High alarm level

Displayed only if HIGH ALARM=ON. Alarm threshold in the same engineering units as the level of liquid corresponding to the level value above which the transmitter set a high alarm or go to failsafe mode regarding Time 1 and Time 2.

Time 1

Time duration is seconds which will elapse between the moment the level goes higher than High alarm level (or lower than Low alarm level) and the moment the alarm is set in : « INFO MENU/ read fault(s) ».The range is -1 to 1000s.

Time 2

Time duration is seconds which will elapse between the moment the level goes higher than High alarm level (or lower than Low alarm level) and the moment the instrument go to : « FAISAFE MODE ». The range is -1 to 1000s.

4 set data base

Set HDLT data base concerning : chamber type, torque tube material, displacer size ...

5 ctrl parameters

To change controller configuration.

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MENU 1-3

HDLT : CONFIG MENU 1 tag 2 setup 3 alarms 4 set data base 5 ctrl parameters HELP

SEND

HDLT : alarms FAIL LOW ALARM HIGH ALARM

HOME

HELP ON

ON ON OFF

ABORT

ENTER Nota

Nota: If all is OFF , the following screen is : « Record values? ». If FAIL =ON only, the alone screen displayed is : « fail current ».

RETURN WITHOUT MODIFICATION

HDLT : fail current nn.nnn mA #.## HELP DEL ABORT

ENTER

HDLT : Low alarm level n.nn % #.## HELP DEL ABORT

ENTER

HDLT : Time 1 n.n s #.# HELP DEL ABORT

ENTER

HDLT : Time 2 n.n s #.# HELP DEL ABORT

ENTER

HDLT : Record values ? Press : OK for YES ABORT for NO ABORT

OK

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CONFIG MENU - SET DATA BASE DATA BASE MENU 1-4 1 tag

Change tag, descriptor, message etc... reported by the HDLT.

2 setup

Change transmitter configuration reported by the HDLT like mounting sense, current action, level or interface use, buttons level use.

3 alarms

Level alarms definition and corresponding values in engineering unit. Failsafe validation and corresponding current loop. Time value before to set alarms or time to go to failsafe mode.

4 set data base

Set HDLT data base concerning : chamber type, torque tube material, displacer size ...

displacer

information : volume, weight, height, diameter with units choice and displacer options

torque tube

material used and normalized torsion couple

chamber type

all available configuration with additional chamber options

arm lenght

standard lenghts or special design

general options

torque tube extension for high or low service temperature and certificate for use in dangerous area.

5 ctrl parameters

To change controller configuration.

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MENU 1-4 1

HDLT : CONFIG MENU 1 tag 2 setup 3 alarms 4 set data base 5 ctrl parameters HELP

SAVE

&

HDLT : volume unit liter liter CuIn ABORT

ENTER

HOME HDLT : displacer volume n.nn xxxxx #.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT: weight unit gr gr kg pound ABORT

RETURN WITHOUT MODIFICATION

ENTER

HDLT : displacer weight nnnn.nnn xxx ####.### HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : height unit mm in mm ABORT

HDLT : Record values ? Press OK for YES ABORT for NO ABORT OK

FROM MENU 1-4-bis

ENTER

HDLT : displacer height nnnn.nn xxxxx ####.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : displacer diameter nn.n xxx ##.# HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

TO MENU 1- 4-bis

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MENU 1-4-bis HDLT : displacer options with displacer ON not standard OFF stainless steel ON extention rod OFF OFF ABORT ENTER

FROM MENU 1- 4 Note 1 more configuration available

TO MENU 1- 4

RETURN WITHOUT MODIFICATION

HDLT : Note 1 chamber type 12300 12301 ABORT ENTER

HDLT: chamber options special steel ON carbon steel OFF stainless steel OFF drain ON vent ON OFF ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Note 1 torque tube inconel/carbon inconel/carbon inconel/stainless ABORT ENTER

HDLT : force 1 force 1 force 2 force 4 force ABORT

ENTER

HDLT : arm lenght arm 4 in not standard arm 4 in arm 8 in arm 16 in HDLT : Record values ? Press OK for YES ABORT for NO ABORT OK

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : general options extention HT/LT OFF intrinsic safety ON flameproof OFF weatherproof ON ON ABORT ENTER

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CONFIG MENU - CTRL PARAMETERS CTRL PARAMETERS MENU 1-5 Change tag, descriptor, message etc... reported by the HDLT. 1 tag 2 setup

Change transmitter configuration reported by the HDLT like mounting sense, current action, level or interface use, buttons level use.

3 alarms

Level alarms definition and corresponding values in engineering unit. Failsafe validation and corresponding current loop. Time value before to set alarms or time to go to failsafe mode.

4 set data base

Set HDLT data base concerning : chamber type, torque tube material, displacer size ...

5 ctrl parameters

To change controller configuration: setpoint startup, units for setpoint (SP) , direct or reverse action and additional parameters. Remarks : the controller mode must be actived on the HDLT to allows to display controller parameters and to change PID parameters.

Local SP unit

Engineering units for the controller setpoint. A choice of many units is proposed . This unit is also used by Initial local SP, Low SP value, High SP value, SP low limit, SP high limit.

Ratio control

Ratio control is ON : -if controller setpoint unit and level units are different . -if same unit but scale for setpoint and scale for level are not the same. Ratio control is automatically set in case of different units but not for different scale. If ratio control is ON, the two parameters RATIO GAIN and RATIO BIAS must be set using the formula : SP in process variable units = Ratio gain * SP in its units + Ratio bias

Initial local SP

At power up , in case of micro-controller re-start or if HDLT RESET has been performed , this setpoint will be use by the controller.

Low SP value

Controller setpoint low value corresponding to low level of liquid (Low level).

High SP value

Controller setpoint high value corresponding to low level of liquid (High level).

SP low limit

Minimum value for the setpoint allowed.

SP high limit

Maximum value for the setpoint allowed.

Alarm

Alarm type could be absolute or deviation. This alarm is done on the level of liquid. ABSOLUTE= alarm detection is done on the real level of liquid. DEVIATION=alarm detection is done on the error between the level of liquid and the controller setpoint expressed in the level engineering unit .

Low alarm limit

Controller low alarm. Alarms can be absolute or deviation. This value is expressed in level engineering unit. In case of deviation alarm, the Low alarm limit must be a negative number .

High Alarm Limit

Controller high alarm. Alarms can be absolute or deviation. This value is expressed in level engineering unit. In case of deviation alarm, the High alarm limit musy be a positive number .

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CONFIG MENU - CTRL PARAMETERS CTRL PARAMETERS MENU 1-5 Controller action

DIRECT or REVERSE action. DIRECT action means the controller output increases if the error=level-setpoint is a positive number. REVERSE action means the controller output increases if the error= setpoint - level is a positive number.

Derivative source

The derivative action can be done on the process variable (the level of liquid) or on the error.

Controller rate

Controller rate to process the PID algorithm. The value must be between 0.2s and 10.0s. For some very slow process, the rate can be ajusted to avoid instability ,fast controller output change or a satured controller output. In other cases the low value is better to ajust the PID parameters. The general rule is to set the controller rate 10 times greater than the frequency cut of the process.

Output Rate Limit

Limits the controller output changes. This value is expressed in % output / second. The maximum value is 500%/s .

Dead zone

The controller don't change its current output if the difference between the setpoint and the process variable (level) is less than the Dead zone. The range is 0.0% to 20.0%.

Manual Reset Bias

It is the controller output at a typical operating steady state.Use in P or PD process algorithm . Can be used in PID algorithm if the setpoint change are small and in stable process. Must be set to zero if not used.

Ratio Gain

Use if the process variable (level) and the setpoint are expressed in different engineering units or in different scales. This variable is used with RATIO BIAS in the following formula: SP in process variable units = Ratio gain * SP in its units + Ratio bias Remarks : the formula is made if RATIO CONTROL is ON.

Ration Bias

Use if the process variable (level) and the setpoint are expressed in different engineering units or in different scales. This variable is used with RATIO GAIN in the following formula: SP in process variable units = Ratio gain * SP in its units + Ratio bias Remarks : the formula is made if RATIO CONTROL is ON.

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MENU 1-5

HDLT : CONFIG MENU 1 tag 2 setup 3 alarms 4 set data base 5 ctrl parameters HELP

SEND

HDLT : Local SP unit % mA in ABORT ENTER

HOME

NOTE 1 HDLT : Output Rate Limit in % /s: nnn.nn ###.## DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Dead zone : n.n % #.# HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Manual Reset Bias : nn.n % ##.# HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Ratio Gain : nn.nn ##.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Ratio Bias : nn.nn ##.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Alarm : ABSOLUTE 1 no change 2 absolute 3 deviation ABORT

ENTER

HDLT : Ratio control : ON 1 no change 2 NO 3 YES ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Low Alarm Limit nn.nn ##.## HELP DEL ABORT

HDLT : Initial local SP nn.nn ##.## DEL ABORT

HDLT : High Alarm Limit nn.nn ##.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Low SP value nn.nn ##.## DEL ABORT

HDLT : Controller action: reverse 1 no change 2 direct 3 reverse ABORT ENTER

HDLT : High SP value nn.nn ##.## DEL ABORT

HDLT : Derivative source: ERROR 1 no change 2 ERROR 3 PV ABORT ENTER

NOTE 1 HDLT : Controller rate n.nn s #.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

ENTER

HDLT : Low SP limit nn.nn ##.## DEL ABORT

HDLT : High SP limit nn.nn ##.## DEL ABORT

HDLT : Record values ? Press : OK for YES ABORT for NO ABORT

OK

Note 1: if ENTER is selected, a screen displays the closed value allowed to be recorded.

All ABORT Keys go out the displayed function without modification and return to CONFIG MENU

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CALIBRATE MENU - TOOLS TOOLS MENU 2

For more information about the calibration principle see page 44 .

1 calibrate

This sub menu allows the user to calibrate the transmitter and the specific gravity meter: ZERO and SPAN.

TRANSMITTER S.G. METER

To calibrate the transmitter function. To calibrate the specific gravity meter function.

2 parameters

This sub dialog allows to change the specific gravity(ies) of service , to change the upper and lower values for the current output signal. The values are typically 4 and 20 mA but may be any values between 3.8 and 20.5 mA. This dialog also allows to change the upper and lower values for the level of liquid with a choice of engineering units, the output damping, the zero shift and the reduce span.

CHG SG SER SET VARIABLES

To change the specific gravity(ies) of service if different from the calibration specific gravity(ies). to change the upper and lower values for the current output signal. The values are typically 4 and 20 mA but may be any values between 3.8 and 20.5 mA. This dialog also allows to change the upper and lower values for the level of liquid with a choice of engineering units, the output damping, the zero shift and the reduce span.

3 tools

Coupling function between the electronic head and the torque tube. A good coupling correspond to display 0.0%. Values between +5.0% and -5.0% are acceptable. See the instruction manual for more information on the precise procedure to follow. This menu also allows to re-calibrate the current output but MUST BE DONE ONLY IF ABSOLUTLY NECESSARY. Current generator is also implemented to set different loop current to test or to calibrate others loop devices.

4-20mA CAL SET CURRENT 4mA ADJ

20mA ADJ

OUT COUPLING coupling

The function allows to change the current to test for example different devices in serie in the loop. The range is 3.6 mA to 23.0 mA 4 mA re_calibration (trim DAC zero). This procedure must be done ONLY in case current output is not correct regards reference milli-ampermeter in the loop. Method: -press 4 mA ADJ : using a current reference meter, read the current loop (ex: 4.52mA) -enter the value of the loop current (ex: 4.52mA). -go out : the 4 mA output current is recalibrated. 20 mA re_calibration (trim DAC gain). This procedure must be done ONLY in case current output is not correct regards reference milli-ampermeter in the loop. Method: -press 20 mA ADJ : using a current reference meter, read the current loop (ex: 19..23mA) -enter the value of the loop current (ex: 19.23mA). -go out : the 20 mA output current is recalibrated. to come back to the CALIBRATE MENU. This procedure must be run during the coupling between the electronic head and the torque tube. The value displays must be between -5% and +5%.See instruction manual before to run this procedure.

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MENU 2

HDLT : CALIBRATE MENU 1 calibration 2 parameters 3 tools HELP

SAVE

& HDLT : make your choice zero / span : 1 TRANSMITTER 2 S.G. METER

HOME

8-1 8-2

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : make your choice: 1 CHG SG SER 2 SET VARIABLES

9

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : make your choice 1 COUPLING 2 4-20 mA CAL

HDLT: coupling = nn.nn %

ABORT ENTER

ABORT

HDLT : make your choice 1 SET CURRENT 2 4mA ADJ 3 20mA ADJ 4 OUT

HDLT : Set current loop: nn.nnn mA ##.### mA

ABORT ENTER

DEL

ABORT

OK

HDLT : Enter the value of the current loop: nn.nnn mA ##.### mA DEL

ABORT ENTER

HDLT: PROCEDURE CORRECTLY EXECUTED ABORT ENTER

Same procedure for 4mA and 20mA.

After to press ABORT key, the loop current is again the mirror of the liquid level.

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CALIBRATE MENU - TRANSMITTER MENU 8-1

For more information about the calibration principle see page 44 .

1 TRANSMITTER

To calibrate the transmitter function.

1 SG CAL :

This sub menu allows to specify the specific gravity(ies) of calibration for the ZERO and SPAN. In INTERFACE SERVICE: two specific gravities must be set. IN LEVEL SERVICE only one.

LOW SG CAL

Specific gravity specified during the calibration procedure and corresponding to the LOWER liquid specific gravity. This specific gravity is used only in INTERFACE MODE.

HIGH SG CAL

Specific gravity specified during the calibration procedure and corresponding to the UPPER liquid specific gravity. This specific gravity is used only in INTERFACE MODE.

SG CAL

Specific gravity specified during the calibration procedure and corresponding to the liquid specific gravity. This specific gravity is used only in LEVEL MODE.

2 ZERO

To take the low level of liquid corresponding to 4.0mA or 20.0mA in the loop respectively for direct or reverse loop current.

3 SPAN

To take the high level of liquid corresponding to 20.0mA or 4.0mA in the loop respectively for direct or reverse loop current.

4 OUT

to return to CALIBRATE MENU.

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MENU 8-1 HDLT : make your choice zero / span for : 1 TRANSMITTER 2 S. G. METER ABORT ENTER

8-1

HDLT :

HDLT :

make your choice : 1 SG CAL 2 ZERO 3 SPAN 4 OUT ABORT ENTER

note1 n.nnn #.### HELP

DEL

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Record values ? Press : 0K for YES ABORT for NO ABORT

HDLT :

OK

HDLT :

Fill the tank before to press OK

Empty the tank before to press OK ABORT ENTER

ABORT ENTER

HDLT :

HDLT :

PROCEDURE CORRECTLY EXECUTED

PROCEDURE CORRECTLY EXECUTED

ABORT ENTER

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : FROM ANY SCREENS DISPLAYED ABOVE ABORT ENTER

All ABORT Keys go out the displayed function without modification and return to CALIBRATE MENU

HDLT : CALIBRATE MENU 1 calibration 2 parameters 3 tools HELP

SAVE

note 1: INTERFACE CONFIGURATION: two screens for low and high specific gravities: LOW SG CAL HIGH SG CAL LEVEL CONFIGURATION: only one sceen with SG CAL

HOME

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CALIBRATE MENU - SG METER MENU 8-2

For more information about the calibration principle see page 44 .

2 S. G. METER

To calibrate the specific gravity meter function.

1 ZERO

To take the displacer position corresponding to the specific gravity 0.0. The displacer chamber must be EMPTY.

2 SPAN

SG CAL: Specific gravity specified during the calibration procedure and corresponding to the liquid specific gravity. To take the displacer position corresponding to the specific gravity of calibration : SG CAL. The displacer must be fully immersed with the liquid of specific gravity SG CAL.

3 RESET TO FACTORY

In case of bad calibration of the specific gravity meter, this function allows the user to come back on to the factory calibration data.

4 OUT

to return to CALIBRATE MENU.

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MENU 8-2 HDLT : make your choice zero / span for : 1 TRANSMITTER 2 S. G. METER ABORT ENTER

8-2

HDLT : make your choice : 1 ZERO 2 SPAN 3 RESET TO FACTORY 4 OUT ABORT ENTER

HDLT : PROCEDURE CORRECTLY EXECUTED ABORT ENTER

HDLT : PROCEDURE ABORT. SG METER NOT FACTORY CALIBRATED.

HDLT : SG CAL n.nnn #.### HELP

ABORT ENTER

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT :

HDLT :

Fill the tank before to press OK

Empty the tank before to press OK ABORT ENTER

ABORT ENTER

HDLT :

HDLT :

PROCEDURE CORRECTLY EXECUTED

PROCEDURE CORRECTLY EXECUTED

ABORT ENTER

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : FROM ANY SCREENS DISPLAYED ABOVE ABORT ENTER

All ABORT Keys go out the displayed function without modification and return to CALIBRATE MENU

HDLT : CALIBRATE MENU 1 calibration 2 parameters 3 tools HELP

SAVE

HOME

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CALIBRATE MENU - PARAMETERS MENU 9

For more information about the calibration principle see page 44 .

1 CHG SG SER

To calibrate the transmitter function.

LOW SG SER

This specific gravity is normally the same as the low specific gravity of calibration (LOW SG CAL) but need to be change if the lower specific gravity of the process has changed and not equal to the low specific gravity of calibration (LOW SG CAL). This specific gravity is used only in INTERFACE MODE.

HIGH SG SER

This specific gravity is normally the same as the high specific gravity of calibration (HIGH SG CAL) but need to be change if the upper specific gravity of the process has changed and not equal to the upper specific gravity of calibration (HIGH SG CAL). This specific gravity is used only in INTERFACE MODE.

SG SER

This specific gravity is normally the same as the specific gravity of calibration (SG CAL) but need to be change if the specific gravity of the process has changed and not equal to the specific gravity of calibration (SG CAL). This specific gravity is used only in LEVEL MODE.

2 SET VARIABLES Damping Output current filtering. This value is expressed in second and corresponding to T63% for a first order response time. Low current

Low output current for low level of liquid (direct acting) or low output current for high level of liquid (reverse acting). Must be between 3.8 mA and 14 mA and lower than High Current.

High Current

High output current for high level of liquid (direct acting) or high output current for low level of liquid (reverse acting). Must be between 8.0 mA and 20.5 mA and greater than Low current.

Low Level

Value in engineering units for low level and corresponding to zero calibration.

High Level

Value in engineering units for high level and corresponding to span calibration.

Units

Engineering units for Low and High Level.Available units are: %, mm, cm, m, liter, m3, inch, feet, cu_inch, cu_feet, kg, gr, pound.

Zero Shift

Value in percentage of calibration scale (zero/span) to shift the ZERO in an other position. The current output is automatically re-ajusted at this new ZERO position.

Reduce Span

Value in percentage of calibration scale (zero/span) to reduce the SPAN. The current output is automatically re-ajusted to take into account this new SPAN.

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MENU 9

9

HDLT :

HDLT :

make your choice : 1 CHG SG SER 2 SET VARIABLES

note1 n.nnn #.###

ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Damping n.n s #.# HELP

HELP

DEL

ABORT ENTER

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Record values ? Press : 0K for YES ABORT for NO

HDLT : Low current nn.nnn mA ##.### HELP

ABORT

OK

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : High Current nn.nnn mA ##.### HELP

note 1: INTERFACE CONFIGURATION: two screens for low and high specific gravities: LOW SG SER HIGH SG SER LEVEL CONFIGURATION: only one sceen with SG SER

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Low Level nnn.n % ###.# HELP

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT :

HDLT :

High Level nnn.n % ###.#

note 2: Units availables: %, mm, cm, m, liter, m3, inch, feet, cu_inch, cu_feet, kg, gr, pound.

HELP

DEL ABORT ENTER

Record values ? Press : 0K for YES ABORT for NO ABORT

OK

HDLT : note 2

Units inch feet HELP

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : HDLT : FROM ANY SCREENS DISPLAYED ABORT ENTER

All ABORT Keys go out the displayed function without modification and return to CALIBRATE MENU

HDLT : Zero Shift n.nn % #.## HELP

CALIBRATE MENU 1 calibration 2 parameters 3 tools HELP

SAVE

HOME

DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Reduce Span n.nn % #.## HELP

DEL ABORT ENTER

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DIAGNOSTIC MENU MENU 3 DIANOSTIC MENU

1 diagnostic data

Read continuous diagnostic data: total filling up, time tank empty, time tank full, time transmitter working

nbr of filling up

Total number of filling tanks.

time tank empty

Time in days for tank empty.

time tank full

Time in days for tank full .

time working

Time in days for HDLT working.

internal temp

Indicate the internal temperature inside the HDLT head.

2 reset continuous Reset continuous diagnostic data : total filling up, time tank empty, time tank full, time transmitter working. These variables are set to 0. The previous data are lost and must be recorded to be used later. Sensor check procedure. This test must be run ONLY IF THE LIQUID LEVEL IS STABLE to 3 sensor test avoid to go to FAILSAFE MODE. 4 smart filtering

manual tune

This sub menu allow to change manually or automatically the smart filtering variables to suppress noise , waves in the displacer chamber or wave in the tank and accordingly to reduce the current output variation. The user can read and change the parameters value described below one by one .

W INTG

Integration window expressed in seconds.The scale must be between 0.1s and 32.0s .

DZ INTG

Dead zone expressed in % of zero /span calibration. The scale must be between 0.01% and 10.0% .

W VAL

Validation window expressed in seconds.The scale must be between 0.1s and 32.0s .

auto tune

The three above parameters are found automatically with the target to reduce the current output variation below 0.3% of the full span.

5 SG meter

The specific gravity meter allow the user to read an unknown specific gravity. Be sure the displacer is fully immersed to avoid wrong measurement.

6 fault historic

To read all the transmitter tempory faults which have been cleared by the transmitter if not remained. The faults displayed are the same as : INFO / 1 read fault(s).

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MENU 3 3

HDLT : DIAGNOSTIC MENU & 1 diagnostic data 2 reset continuous 3 sensor test 4 smart filtering 5 SG meter 6 fault historic

HDLT : nbr of filling up

HDLT : After resetting, the c u r r e n t v a l u e s wi l l be lost. Press ABORT if you need these values ABORT OK

HELP SAVE HOME

= n.n tank = n day = n day

time tank empty time tank full

ABORT

OK

HDLT : time working

HDLT :

= n day = nn.n °C

internal temp

HDLT : NOTE 1 Be sure that the displacer is fully immersed.. ABORT OK

RESET CONTINUOUS DATA CORRECTLY EXECUTED ABORT

ABORT

OK

OK

HDLT : HDLT :

SG = n.nnn

HDLT :

make your choice : 1 manual tune 2 auto tune

ABORT

ABORT ENTER

some seconds

NOTE 1 If the S.G. METER has not been previously calibrated the screen message is: « SPECIFIC GRAVITY METER NOT CALIBRATED » ABORT

W INTG = n.n s DZ INTG = n.nn% W VAL = n.nnn s

ABORT

TEST PASS OK

NOTE 2 WAIT AUTO TUNE IN PROGRESS ABORT some seconds later

W INTG (s) nn.n s ##.#

HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : DZ INTG (%) n.nn #.##

DEL ABORT

NOTE 3

AUTO TUNE CORRECTLY EXECUTED

« PROCEDURE STOPPED » ABORT

OK

OK

OK

NOTE 2 ABORT key don’t wait the test result and return to DIAGNOSTIC MENU This take around 15 seconds. The message is: « procedure aborted TRY AGAIN »

HDLT : FROM ANY SCREENS DISPLAYED

HDLT :

ABORT ENTER

W VAL (s) n.nn #.##

DEL ABORT NOTE 3 In case of problems to research the parameters, the message below is displayed

ABORT

HDLT :

HDLT :

ABORT

HDLT :

HDLT :

OK

HDLT :

NOTE 2 WAIT SENSOR TEST IN PROGRESS ABORT

All ABORT Keys go out the displayed function without modification and return to CALIBRATE MENU

HDLT : Record values ? Press : 0K for YES ABORT for NO ABORT

OK

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CONTROLLER MENU MENU 5 CONTROLLER MENU

1 controller view

Displays controller parameters like: setpoint (SP) , process variable (PV) and controller output (OUT-C).In addition this windows specifies the controller mode: AUTO or MANUAL mode and the alarms : HIGH or LOW , ABSOLUTE or DEVIATION.

2 PID setting

Sub-menu to set tuning PID coefficients.

P

Proportionnal gain. It is the ratio of proportionnal controller output to error. Value between 0 and 50.

I

Integral time or reset time expressed in second. Value between 0 and 1000 seconds.

D

Derivative time or rate time. Value between 0 and 5000 milliseconds.

Kd

Derivative gain to control the derivative action. Value between 0 and 100.

Beta

Coefficient to change the proportionnal gain . The range is -9 to +9 . When Beta is 0 no action is done on P. When Beta =+9 , P is multiplied by 2 is error is greater than 20% and decrease to P value for error=0. When Beta =-9 , P is divised by 2 is error is greater than 20% and increase to P value for error=0.

3 setpoint

To change the local controller setpoint.

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5

MENU 5

HDLT : CONTROLLER MENU 1 controller view 2 PID setting 3 setpoint HELP

SAVE

HDLT : CTRL IN xxxxxxx ALARM xxxxxx PV = 49.9% L-SP = 50.0% OUT-C = 10.256 mA ABORT

HOME HDLT : P I D Kd Beta

HDLT : setpoint nnn.nn ###.## HELP

DEL ABORT

= 5.0 = 0.8 s = 520 ms = 57 =8 ABORT OK

Display refreshed every 3 seconds

HDLT : P nn.nn ##.## HELP DEL ABORT

HDLT : I nn.nn s ##.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : D nn.nn ms ##.## HELP DEL ABORT

HDLT : Kd nn.nn s ##.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Beta nn.nn s ##.## HELP DEL ABORT ENTER

HDLT : Record values ? Press : 0K for YES ABORT for NO ABORT

OK

All ABORT Keys go out the displayed function without modification and return to CONTROLLER MENU

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HDLT 12300 PRINCIPLE OF CALIBRATION CONFIGURATION IN LEVEL TRANSMITTER

CALIBRATE MODE CAL Z S

CALIBRATE MODE VAR SET MA L / MA H

CALIBRATE MODE VAR SET LEVEL L / LEVEL H

MA H = 20 mA

LEVEL H = 560 mm

MA L = 4 mA

LEVEL L = 0 mm

SPAN

ZERO SG CAL =

CONFIGURATION IN INTERFACE TRANSMITTER

CALIBRATE MODE CAL Z S

CALIBRATE MODE VAR SET MA L / MA H

CALIBRATE MODE VAR SET LEVEL L / LEVEL H

MA H = 20 mA

LEVEL H = 560 mm

MA L = 4 mA

LEVEL L = 0 mm

SPAN

ZERO HSG CAL = 0.96

LSG CAL = 0.56

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TRADEMARK INFORMATION

HART

®

is a Registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation, Austin, Texas, USA. ®

Model 275 HART Communicator is a product of Fisher Rosemount Systems, Inc.

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TRADEMARK INFORMATION

Sales Offices and Distribution Centers

HART¨ is a Registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation, Austin, Texas, USA. Model 275 HART¨ Communicator is a product of Fisher Rosemount Systems, Inc.

AUSTRIA Masoneilan HP+HP GmbH Hans-Kudlich-Str. 35 A 2100 Korneuburg - Austria Telephone/Fax : 02262 63689

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