CombiView DFON - Operating instruction

Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
DFON graphical displays are used as separate units, but also used
in complete instruments,
e.g. CombiPress™, CombiTemp™ and CombiLyz
Safety instructions
This instrument is built and tested according to the current EUdirectives and packed in a technically safe condition. In order to maintain this condition and to ensure safe operation, the user must follow the
hints and warnings given in this instruction.
During the installation the valid national rules have to be observed. Ignoring the warnings may lead to severe personal injury or substantial
damage to property.
The product must be operated by trained staff. Correct and safe operation of this equipment is dependent on proper transport, storage, installation and operation.
All electrical wiring must conform to local standards. In order to prevent
stray electrical radiation, we recommend twisted and shielded input
cables, as also to keep power supply cables separated from the input
cables. The connection must be made according to the connection diagrams.
Before switching on or off the power supply take care that other equipment is not effected. Ensure that the supply voltage and the conditions
in the environment comply with the specification of the device.
Description
The DFON is powered by the 4…20 mA loop and need no additional power supply. When mounted on new instrument series like
the CombiPress™ PFMx it is via the internal UnitCom ribbon cable supplied with power and a digital signal, instead of integrated in
the 4…20 mA loop. In instruments with UnitCom both the transmitter and display can be programmed at the same time alternatively separate programming of each device can be selected.
The DFON has two integrated galvanic separated relays. The instrument can be delivered with or without activated relays. If supplied without activated relays, those can be activated by purchasing a license code from Baumer. By entering the code to the instrument via the FlexProgrammer the relays are enabled.
The DFON can be programmed by the touch screen on the display or by the FlexProgrammer 9701 Baumer programming unit with
the Baumer FlexProgram installed on a PC.
(Free download from www.baumer.com > Services > Downloads > Software < Flex…)
The DFON can be delivered as a stand-alone display or as an integrated part of an instrument e.g. PFMx, TFRx and AFIx.
EN/20131116
Alternatively it can be delivered as a loop-powered local display for any instrument in a SS case for wall mounting, panel mounting
or tube mounting.
Design and specifications subject to change without notice
The DFON has an unique background colour setting. Three colours are available – White / Red / Green and further the red and
green colour can be set as flashing in warning mode.
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Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
Display mode
There are 9 different display modes available
Digital
small
large
Analogue
analogue
same w. bar graph
same w. value
Bar graph
horizontal
vertical
Tank
tank illustration
bottle illustration
Electrical connection
Electrical connection
Pin 1
+ 4…20 mA
Pin 2
- 4…20 mA
Pin 3
Pin 4
Relay 1
Relay 1
Pin 5
Pin 6
Relay 2
Relay 2
Com 1
Com 2
FlexProgrammer ① red
FlexProgrammer ① black
UnitCom
Pin 3 and 5 can be jumpered together if common supply is used for the two relays, e.g. via a M12 5-pin connector.
When instruments like PFMx are delivered with DFON display terminal 1 and 2 are not connected. In this case the DFON is powered and will have data through a special ribbon cable (UnitCom). When connected via UnitCom the DFON and transmitter can be
programmed together.
Dimensions for mounting of stand-alone instrument
Wall mounting
Panel mounting
Tube mounting
PCD for holes: Ø95 mm
Panel cut out: 80 mm
Tube diameter: Ø38 mm
PCD for holes: 82 mm
Ø51 mm
Ø64 mm
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Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
Touch screen programming the CombiView™ , type DFON
Programming CombiView™, type DFON using the touch screen on the display
Tap on the display screen and the
Press
MENU
MENU
button will appear in the bottom.
and the display may start with one out of two possible selections.
With traditional 4…20 mA loop configuration (connected to pin 1 and 2 on the display)
Configuration
Display menu
Display setup
Diagnostics
With a transmitter communicating with the DFON via UnitCom ribbon cable
Instrument name menu
Instrument name menu
Display menu
Instrument name menu
Display setup
Instrument name menu
Instrument name menu
Instrument name menu
Data display mode
Instrument name> menu
Enabling the user to set up the connected transmitter
Display menu
Enabling the user to program the DFON display
Data display mode
Enabling the user to program the connected transmitter. The programmed values will also be valid for the DFON display.
(Ignoring whatever setup already set on the display)
Only programming of background colours and relays must be done under “Display menu” / “Configuration”.
Data display mode will communicate with the transmitter digitally, which is more accurate than using the 4…20 mA communication.
Programming the CombiView™, type DFON with the FlexProgram and FlexProgrammer
For programming configuration please see page 4
Guidance on programming of DFON display using FlexProgram on your PC and the FlexProgrammer hardware tool will not be
described here. A full manual for this is available on Baumer home page.
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Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
Touch screen programming the CombiView™, type DFON
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CombiView™, type DFON
CombiView™, type DFON - ATEX specifications and instruction
Zone 0/1 Gas:
II 1 G, Ex ia IIC T5 Gas
Zone 20/21 Dust:
II 1 D, Ex ia IIIC T100°C Da
Zone 2 Gas:
II 3 G, Ex nA II T5
Please ensure the special requirements for installation in the specific environment is followed, as described below.
ATEX approval requires the CombiView™, type DFON to be installed in IP67 certified housing, such as Baumer FlexHousing.
Safety instructions
This instrument is constructed and tested according to the current EU directives and packed in a technically safe condition. In
order to ensure safe conditions and operation, the user must follow the instructions and warnings given in this instruction and the
standard operation instruction.
See: www.baumer.com/downloads/product documents/manuals - DFON - Operating instructions
During the installation the valid national rules have to be observed. Ignoring the instructions may lead to severe personal injury or
substantial damage to property.
The product must be installed and operated by trained staff. Correct and safe operation of this equipment is dependent on proper
installation and operation.
All electrical wiring must conform to local standards and the connection must be made according to the connection diagrams on
the following pages.
Before switching on the power supply take care that other equipment is not affected. Ensure that the supply voltage and conditions in the environment comply with the specification of the device.
Before switching off the supply voltage check the possible effects on other equipment and processing system.
To obtain the specified ingress protection degree, the CombiView™, type DFON must be mounted with a compliant cable.
Warning
This product is allowed to be operated in an explosion hazardous atmosphere of zone 0 only if atmospheric conditions exists
(temperature –20°C…+60°C and pressure from 0,8...1,1 bar). Under other atmospheric conditions the certificate may be used as a
guide.
Use of FlexProgrammer 9701 is only allowed in the safe area, not in the hazardous area.
Impact test of the display cover is performed according to EN 60079-0, with low impact energy of 2J and does not create a crack or
other intrusion into the housing. However the display, which is mounted close to the front cover may be damaged, but this will not
create any external sparking. The housing is impact texted also according to EN 60079-0, with low impact energy of 4J on housing,
connectors and cable gland.
This product contains no replaceable parts. In case of malfunction the products must be shipped to Baumer for repair.
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Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
ATEX Gas ia and for ATEX Dust ia
For ATEX ia Gas zone 0 and ATEX ia Dust zone 20 a zener barrier must separate the hazardous and safe area and must be installed in accordance with prevailing guidelines for zone 0 / zone 20.
ATEX ia Gas / Dust data:
Approval: Gas Zone 0/1
II 1 G, Ex ia IIC T5 Ga
Dust Zone 20/21
II 1 D, Ex ia IIIC T100°C Da
Voltage drop
Temperature class
UDisp
T1…T5
Internal inductivity
Internal capacity
Li
Ci
Barrier data
Ui
<30 VDC
Ii
<0,1 A
Pi
<0,75 W
e.g.: Pepperl+Fuchs, Z728
Suitable barrier
4,5 or 6,5 VDC
Zone 0 and 20
Zone 1/2 and 21/22
<10 µH
<15 nF
-20°C…60°C
-40°C…65°C
The display is supplied by the 4…20 mA loop from the transmitter and can thus be placed near the transmitter or near the power
supply, as preferred. However to make the display intrinsic safe a zener barrier must be inserted before the DFON. The transmitter
may be placed inside or outside the hazardous area.
If the CombiView™, type DFON is attached to a Baumer transmitter using the UnitCom ribbon cable, it is considered to be an integrated part of the instrument. Please see the ATEX instruction for the relevant instrument.
If the relays are enabled, each relay must be protected by a zener barrier. Use a barrier for each relay or a barrier with multiple
channels. However the two relays must have each a barrier.
Barrier data
U
I
P
Suitable barrier
<30 VDC
<75 mA
<0,75 W
e.g.: Pepperl+Fuchs, Z779
Display in the zone, transmitter outside the zone
Display and transmitter in the zone
4…20 mA
4…20 mA
1+
1+
Zener
barrier
15…30 VDC
With relay output
With relay output
Display in the zone/transmitter outside the zone
Display and transmitter in the zone
4…20 mA
Zener
barrier
15…30 VDC
15…30 VDC
Zener
barrier
0…30 VDC
75 mA
2-
2-
3
3
Zener
barrier
0…30 VDC
75 mA
Relay 1
4
4
5
5
Zener
barrier
0…30 VDC
75 mA
6
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Zener
barrier
4…20 mA
1+
1+
Relay 2
15…30 VDC
2-
2-
Relay 1
Zener
barrier
Relay 2
Zener
barrier
0…30 VDC
75 mA
6
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Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
ATEX Gas nA
For ATEX nA zone 2 is approved without using zener barrier must separate the hazardous and safe area and must be installed in
accordance with prevailing guidelines for zone 0.
ATEX data:
Approval: Gas Zone 2
Voltage drop
Temperature class
Internal inductivity
Internal capacity
Maximum voltage
Maximum current
UDisp
T1…T5
Li
Ci
Umax
Imax
II 3 G, Ex nA II T5
4,5 or 6,5 VDC
-30 < Tamb <65°C
<10 µH
<15 nF
<35 VDC
<0,1 A
Display without relay output
Display with relay output
4…20 mA
1+
24…20 mA
1+
3
2-
4
Relay 1
5
Relay 2
6
Programming the CombiView™, type DFON in ATEX area
Programming the CombiView™, type DFON in hazardous area with the FlexProgrammer is not allowed, as the FlexProgrammer
(and/or the PC) is not ATEX approved.
Follow below procedure to programme the instrument:
a
Disconnect mains from the 4…20 mA loop circuit
b
Disconnect the instrument from the circuit within the hazardous area
c
Uninstall the instrument and bring it to safe area
d
Connect the FlexProgrammer and perform the configuration session.
(Please see: www.baumer.com/downloads/product documents/manuals - DFON - Programming)
e
Reinstall the instrument in the hazardous area
f
Connect the instrument to the circuit
g
Connect mains from the 4…20 mA loop circuit
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Operating instructions
CombiView™, type DFON
Baumer AG
Hummelstrasse 17
8501 Frauenfeld
Switzerland
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+41 51 / 75 81 122
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+41 52 / 72 81 144
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Baumer A/S
Runetoften 19
8210 Aarhus V
Denmark
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+45 8931 7611
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+45 8931 7610
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