MAGNETROL 705-5100-121

Enhanced Model 705 with
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ Digital Output
705 software v3.x
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Operating Manual
™
Guided Wave Radar
Level Transmitter
Read this Manual Before Installing
This manual provides information on the Enhanced
Eclipse Model 705 transmitter with FOUNDATION fieldbus™
Output and should be used in conjunction with Eclipse
I&O manual 57-600. It is important that all instructions are read and followed carefully.
Safety Messages
The Eclipse system is designed for use in Category II,
Pollution Degree 2 installations. Follow all standard
industry procedures for servicing electrical and computer
equipment when working with or around high voltage.
Always shut off the power supply before touching any
components. Although high voltage is not present in this
system, it may be present in other systems.
Electrical components are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. To prevent equipment damage, observe safety
procedures when working with electrostatic sensitive
components.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
WARNING! Explosion hazard. Do not connect or disconnect designs rated Explosion proof or Non-incendive
unless power has been switched off and/or the area is
known to be non-hazardous
Warranty
All Magnetrol electronic level and flow controls are warranted free of defects in materials or workmanship for one
full year from the date of original factory shipment. If
returned within the warranty period; and, upon factory
inspection of the control, the cause of the claim is determined to be covered under the warranty; then, Magnetrol
will repair or replace the control at no cost to the purchaser (or owner) other than transportation.
Magnetrol shall not be liable for misapplication, labor
claims, direct or consequential damage or expense arising
from the installation or use of equipment. There are no
other warranties expressed or implied, except special written warranties covering some Magnetrol products.
Quality assurance
The quality assurance system in place at Magnetrol
guarantees the highest level of quality throughout the
company. Magnetrol is committed to providing full
customer satisfaction both in quality products and
quality service.
Magnetrol’s quality assurance system is
registered to ISO 9001 affirming its
commitment to known international
quality standards providing the strongest
assurance of product/service quality
available.
Low Voltage Directive
For use in Installations Category II, Pollution Degree 2.
If equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, protection provided by equipment may be
impaired.
Notice of Copyright and Limitations
Copyright © 2009 Magnetrol International
All rights reserved
Magnetrol & Magnetrol logotype, and Eclipse are registered trademarks of Magnetrol International.
Performance specifications are effective with date of issue
and are subject to change without notice.
Magnetrol reserves the right to make changes to the
product described in this manual at any time without
notice. Magnetrol makes no warranty with respect to the
accuracy of the information in this manual.
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ Enhanced Eclipse Model 705
Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
Table of Contents
1.0 FOUNDATION fieldbus™ Overview ...................................4
1.1 Description ...............................................................4
1.2 Benefits .....................................................................5
1.3 Device Configuration................................................5
1.4 Intrinsic Safety ..........................................................6
1.5 Link Active Scheduler (LAS) .....................................6
2.0 QuickStart Installation ...................................................7
2.1 Getting Started..........................................................7
2.1.1 Equipment and Tools .....................................7
2.2 QuickStart Mounting................................................8
2.2.1 Probe..............................................................8
2.2.2 Transmitter.....................................................8
2.3 QuickStart Wiring ....................................................9
2.4 QuickStart Configuration .......................................10
3.0 Complete Installation...................................................11
3.1 Unpacking ..............................................................11
3.2 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Handling Procedure.11
3.3 Before You Begin.....................................................11
3.3.1 Site Preparation ............................................12
3.3.2 Equipment and Tools ...................................12
3.3.3 Operational Considerations..........................12
3.4 Mounting................................................................12
3.4.1 Installing a Coaxial Probe.............................13
3.4.1.1 To install a coaxial probe.......................13
3.4.2 Installing a Twin Rod Probe .........................14
3.4.2.1 To install a rigid twin rod probe............14
3.4.2.2 To install a Model 7x7 standard
flexible twin rod probe ..........................15
3.4.3 Installing a Single Rod Probe .......................15
3.4.3.1 Installing a rigid probe ..........................16
3.4.3.2 Installing a flexible probe ......................16
3.4.4 Installation Guidelines–
Models 7x2/7x5 Bulk Solids Probes .............17
3.4.4.1 Applications ..........................................17
3.4.4.2 Mounting recommendations .................17
3.4.4.3 To install a bulk solids twin rod probe ..17
3.4.4.4 To install a bulk solids single rod probe 18
3.4.5 Installing the Transmitter .............................19
3.4.5.1 Integral Mount......................................19
3.4.5.2 Remote Mount......................................19
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4.0 Function Blocks............................................................20
4.1 Overview.................................................................20
4.1.1 Universal Fieldbus Block Parameters ............20
4.2 Resource Block........................................................21
4.3 Transducer Block.....................................................24
4.3.1 Transducer Block Parameters........................24
4.3.2 Password Parameters.....................................24
4.3.3 Configuration Parameters.............................25
4.3.4 Offset Description........................................26
4.4 Calibration Parameters ............................................27
4.4.1 Factory Parameters .......................................27
4.4.2 Firmware Version .........................................28
4.5 Analog Input Block.................................................28
4.5.1 AI Block Parameters .....................................28
4.5.2 Local Display of Analog Input
Transducer Block Parameters........................30
4.5.2.1 AI Out Display Screens.........................31
4.6 PID Block ...............................................................32
4.6.1 PID Block Parameters ..................................32
5.0 Model 705 FOUNDATION fieldbus™ Menu ....................35
5.1 Measurement Type: Level Only...............................35
6.0 Diagnostic Parameters ..................................................38
6.1 Simulation Feature ..................................................39
7.0 Reference Information..................................................40
7.1 Troubleshooting ......................................................40
7.1.1 Troubleshooting System Problems................40
7.1.2 Status Messages ............................................41
7.1.3 FF Segment Checklist ..................................43
7.2 Agency Approvals....................................................44
7.2.1 Agency Specifications –
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ System ....................45
7.3 Specifications ..........................................................46
7.3.1 Functional ....................................................46
7.3.2 Performance – Model 705 ............................47
7.3.3 Performance – Model 705 Interface .............47
7.4 Parts ........................................................................48
7.4.1 Replacement Parts ........................................48
7.4.2 Recommended Spare Parts ...........................48
7.5 Model Numbers......................................................49
7.5.1 Transmitter...................................................49
7.5.2 Probe............................................................50
7.6 References ...............................................................53
Appendix – Transducer Block Parameters .............53
Configuration Data Sheet .....................................54
1.0
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ Overview
1.1
Description
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ is a digital communications system
that serially interconnects devices in the field. A Fieldbus
system is similar to a Distributed Control System (DCS)
with two exceptions:
• Although a FOUNDATION fieldbus™ system can use the same
physical wiring as an existing 4–20 mA device, Fieldbus
devices are not connected point to point, but rather are
multidropped and wired in parallel on a single pair of wires
(referred to as a segment).
• FOUNDATION fieldbus™ is a system that allows the user to
distribute control across a network. Fieldbus devices are
smart and actually maintain control over the system.
6234 feet (1900 meters) maximum
PC
Power
Conditioner
Terminator
Terminator
Power Supply
Control Room
Typical Fieldbus Installation
Unlike 4–20 mA analog installations in which the two wires
carry a single variable (the varying 4–20 mA current), a digital communications scheme such as FOUNDATION fieldbus™
considers the two wires as a network. The network can carry
many process variables as well as other information. The
Enhanced Eclipse Model 705FF transmitter is a
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ registered device that communicates
with the H1 FOUNDATION fieldbus™ protocol operating at
31.25 kbits/sec. The H1 physical layer is an approved
IEC 61158 standard.
An IEC61158 shielded twisted pair wire segment can be as
long as 6234 feet (1900 meters) without a repeater. Up to
4 repeaters per segment can be used to extend the distance.
The maximum number of devices allowed on a Fieldbus
segment is 32 although this depends on the current draw
of the devices on any given segment.
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Details regarding cable specifications, grounding, termination,
and other network information can be found in IEC 61158
or the wiring installation application guide AG-140 at
www.fieldbus.org.
1.2
Benefits
The benefits of FOUNDATION fieldbus™ can be found
throughout all phases of an installation:
1. Design/Installation: Connecting multiple devices to a single
pair of wires means less wire and fewer I/O equipment.
Initial Engineering costs are also reduced because the
Fieldbus Foundation requires interoperability, defined as
“the ability to operate multiple devices in the same system,
regardless of manufacturer, without a loss of functionality.”
All FOUNDATION fieldbus™ devices must be tested for
interoperability by the Fieldbus Foundation. Magnetrol
Enhanced Model 705 3X FF device registration information
can be found at www.fieldbus.org.
2. Operation: With control now taking place within the
devices in the field, better loop performance and control are
the result. A FOUNDATION fieldbus™ system allows for multiple variables to be brought back from each device to the
control room for additional trending and reporting.
3. Maintenance: The self-diagnostics residing in the smart
field devices minimizes the need to send maintenance
personnel to the field.
1.3
Device Configuration
The function of a FOUNDATION fieldbus™ device is determined by the arrangement of a system of blocks defined by
the Fieldbus Foundation. The types of blocks used in a typical User Application are described as follows:
Resource Block describes the characteristics of the
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ device such as the device name,
manufacturer, and serial number.
Function Blocks are built into the FOUNDATION fieldbus™
devices as needed to provide the desired control system
behavior. The input and output parameters of function
blocks can be linked over the Fieldbus. There can be
numerous function blocks in a single User Application.
Transducer Blocks contain information such as calibration
parameters and sensor type. They are used to connect the
sensor to the input function blocks.
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Device Descriptions
An important requirement of Fieldbus devices is the interoperability concept mentioned earlier. Device Description
(DD) technology is used to achieve this interoperability.
The DD provides extended descriptions for each object and
provides pertinent information needed by the host system.
DDs are similar to the drivers that your personal computer
(PC) uses to operate peripheral devices connected to it. Any
Fieldbus host system can operate with a device if it has the
proper DD and Common File Format (CFF) for that device.
The most recent DD and CFF files can be found on the
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ web site at www.fieldbus.org.
NOTE: Please consult your host system vendor for any host-specific
files that may be needed.
1.3.1 FOUNDATION fieldbus™ Revision Table
Model 705 3.x
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ FOUNDATION fieldbus™
Version
Release Date
Compatible with
705 Software
Dev V1 DD V1
June 2005
Version 3.0A
through Version 3.0K
Dev V2 DD V1
June 2008
Version 3.1A and later
1.4
Intrinsic Safety
The H1 physical layer supports Intrinsic Safety (IS) applications with bus-powered devices. To accomplish this, an IS
barrier or galvanic isolator is placed between the power
supply in the safe area and the device in the hazardous area.
H1 also supports the Fieldbus Intrinsically Safe Concept
(FISCO) model which allows more field devices in a
network. The FISCO model considers the capacitance and
inductance of the wiring to be distributed along its entire
length. Therefore, the stored energy during a fault will be
less and more devices are permitted on a pair of wires.
Instead of the conservative entity model, which only allows
about 90 mA of current, the FISCO model allows a maximum of 110 mA for Class II C installations and 240 mA
for Class II B installations.
FISCO certifying agencies have limited the maximum
segment length to 1000 meters because the FISCO model
does not rely on standardized ignition curves.
The Enhanced Eclipse Model 705 is available with entity IS,
FISCO IS, FNICO non-incendive, or explosion proof approvals.
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1.5
Link Active Scheduler (LAS)
The default operating class of the Enhanced Eclipse Model 705
with FOUNDATION fieldbus™ is a basic device. However, it is
capable of being a Link Active Scheduler (LAS). The LAS
controls all communication on a FOUNDATION fieldbus™
segment. It maintains the “Live List” of all devices on a
segment, coordinates both the cyclic and acyclic timing and,
at any given time, controls which device publishes data via
Compel data (CD) and Pass Token (PT).
The primary LAS is usually maintained in the host system,
but in the event of a failure, all associated control can be
transferred to a backup LAS in a field device such as the
Enhanced Eclipse Model 705. The operating class can be
changed from basic to LAS using a FOUNDATION fieldbus™
configuration tool.
NOTE: The Enhanced Eclipse Model 705 is shipped from the factory
with Device Class set to Basic.
2.0
QuickStart Installation
The QuickStart Installation procedures provide the key
steps for mounting, wiring, and configuring the Eclipse
level transmitter. These procedures are intended for experienced installers of electronic level measurement instruments.
See Complete Installation, Section 3.0, for detailed installation instructions.
WARNING:
2.1
The Model 7xD, 7xR or 7xT overfill probes should be
used for Safety Shutdown/Overfill applications. All
other Guided Wave Radar probes should be installed
so the maximum overfill level is a minimum of
6" (150 mm) below the process connection. This may
include utilizing a nozzle or spool piece to raise the
probe. Consult factory to ensure proper installation.
Getting Started
Before beginning the QuickStart Installation procedures,
have the proper equipment, tools, and information available.
2.1.1 Equipment and Tools
• Open-end wrenches or adjustable wrench to fit the process
connection size and type. Coaxial probe 11⁄2"
(38 mm), twin rod probe 17⁄8" (47 mm), transmitter
11⁄2" (38 mm). A torque wrench is highly desirable.
• Flat-blade screwdriver
• Cable cutter and 3⁄32" (2.5 mm) hex wrench
(Flexible probes only)
• Fieldbus compatible power supply with proper termination
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2.2
QuickStart Mounting
NOTE: Confirm the configuration style and process connection
size/type of the Eclipse transmitter. Ensure it matches the
requirements of the installation before continuing with the
QuickStart installation.
Confirm the model and serial numbers on the nameplates
of the Eclipse probe and transmitter are identical.
For applications using the Model 7xS steam probe, it is
mandatory to keep the transmitter and probe matched
as a set.
2.2.1 Probe
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the probe
process connection with the threaded or flanged mounting
on the vessel.
2.2.2 Transmitter
Tighten the hex nut of the probe process connection or
flange bolts.
NOTE: Leave the plastic protective cap in place until ready to
install the transmitter. Do not use sealing compound or TFE
tape on probe connection to transmitter as this connection is
sealed by a Viton® O-ring.
Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the probe
and store for future use. Make sure the top probe connector
(female socket) is clean and dry. Clean with isopropyl
alcohol and cotton swabs if necessary.
Place the transmitter on the probe. Align the universal
connection at the base of the transmitter housing with the
top of the probe. Hand tighten the connection.
Rotate the transmitter so that it is in the most convenient
position for wiring, configuring, and viewing.
Using a 11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench, tighten the universal
connection on the transmitter 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 turn beyond hand
tight. A torque wrench is highly recommended to obtain
15 ft-lbs. This is a critical connection. DO NOT LEAVE
HAND TIGHT.
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2.3
QuickStart Wiring
WARNING! Explosion hazard. Do not connect or disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is
known to be non-hazardous.
NOTE: Ensure that the electrical wiring to the Eclipse transmitter is
complete and in compliance with all regulations and codes.
1. Remove the cover of the upper wiring compartment of the
transmitter.
2. Attach a conduit fitting and mount the conduit plug in the
spare opening. Pull the power supply wire through the conduit fitting.
3. Connect shield to an earth ground at power supply.
4. Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and the
negative supply wire to the (-) terminal. For Explosion
Proof Installations, see Wiring, Section 2.5.3 of I/O manual
57-600.
5. Replace the cover and tighten.
Brown
(typical) (-)
Blue
(typical) (+)
(+)
(-)
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QuickStart Configuration
4.
6.
7.
5.
Up
Enter
Down
2.
3.
1.
The Eclipse transmitter comes partially configured from
the factory but can be reconfigured in the shop (disregard
fault message due to unattached probe). The minimum
configuration instructions required in the field follow.
Power up the transmitter.
The display changes every 5 seconds alternating between
showing the Status, Level and Analog Input Block values.
Remove the cover of the lower electronic compartment.
Use the Up or Down Arrow (
) keys to move from one
step of the configuration program to the next step.
Press the Enter Arrow ( ) key. The last
PrbModel
character in the first line of the display
xxx
changes to an exclamation point (!).
Use the Up or Down Arrow (
) keys to increase or
decrease the value in the display or to scroll through the
choices.
Press the Enter Arrow ( ) key to accept a value and move
to the next step of the configuration program (the default
password is 1).
After entering the last value, allow 10 seconds before
removing power from the transmitter.
2.4
The following configuration entries are the minimum required for
configuration (the default password is 1 from the LCD/keypad).
2
Probe Mount
1
Probe Model
6
Dielectric
of Medium
4
Probe Length
Level Offset 5
10
PrbModel
(select)
Select the Probe Model to be used
Model 705: 7xA-x, 7xB-x, 7xD-x, 7xE-x, 7xF-F, 7xF-P,
7xF-4, 7xF-x, 7xJ-x, 7xK-x, 7xP-x, 7xR-x, 7xS-x,
7xT-x, 7x1-x, 7x2-x, 7x5-x, 7x7-x
PrbMount
(select)
Select the type of Probe Mounting to vessel (NPT, BSP, or
flange).
MeasType
(select)
Select from Level Only, Level and Volume, Interface Level
or Interface Level and Volume.
Probe Ln
xxx.x
Enter the exact Probe Length as printed on the probe
nameplate.
LvlOfst
xxx.x
Enter the Level Offset value. Refer to Section 4.3.4 for
further information. (The unit is shipped from the factory
with offset = 0; i.e., all measurements are referenced to
the bottom of the probe).
Dielctrc
(select)
Enter the Dielectric range for the material to be measured.
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3.0
Complete Installation
This section provides detailed procedures for properly
installing and configuring the Eclipse Guided Wave Radar
Level Transmitter.
3.1
Unpacking
Unpack the instrument carefully. Make sure all components
have been removed from the packing material. Check all the
contents against the packing slip and report any discrepancies to the factory.
Before proceeding with the installation, do the following:
• Inspect all components for damage. Report any damage to
the carrier within 24 hours.
• Make sure the nameplate model number on the probe and
transmitter agree with the packing slip and purchase order.
• Record the model and serial numbers for future reference
when ordering parts.
Model Number
Serial Number
3.2
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Handling Procedure
Magnetrol’s electronic instruments are manufactured to the
highest quality standards. These instruments use electronic
components that may be damaged by static electricity present in most work environments.
•
•
•
•
The following steps are recommended to reduce the risk of
component failure due to electrostatic discharge.
Ship and store circuit boards in anti-static bags. If an antistatic bag is not available, wrap the board in aluminum foil.
Do not place boards on foam packing materials.
Use a grounding wrist strap when installing and removing
circuit boards. A grounded workstation is recommended.
Handle circuit boards only by the edges. Do not touch
components or connector pins.
Make sure that all electrical connections are completely
made and none are partial or floating. Ground all equipment to a good, earth ground.
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3.3
Before You Begin
3.3.1 Site Preparation
Each Eclipse transmitter is built to match the specific physical specifications of the required installation. Make sure the
probe connection is correct for the threaded or flanged
mounting on the vessel or tank where the transmitter will
be placed. See Mounting, Section 3.4.
Make sure that the wiring between the power supply and
Eclipse transmitter are complete and correct for the type of
installation.
When installing the Eclipse transmitter in a general purpose
or hazardous area, all local, state, and federal regulations and
guidelines must be observed. See Eclipse Installation &
Operating Manual 57-600, Wiring, Section 2.5.
3.3.2 Equipment and Tools
No special equipment or tools are required to install the
Eclipse transmitter. The following items are recommended:
• Open-end wrenches or adjustable wrench to fit the process
connection size and type. Coaxial probe 11⁄2" (38 mm), twin
rod probe 17⁄8" (47 mm), transmitter 11⁄2" (38 mm). A torque
wrench is highly desirable.
• Flat-blade screwdriver
• Fieldbus compatible power supply with proper termination
3.3.3 Operational Considerations
Operating specifications vary based on Probe model
number.
3.4
Mounting
The Eclipse transmitter can be mounted to a tank using a
variety of process connections. Generally, either a threaded
or flanged connection is used. For information about the
sizes and types of connections available, see Probe Model
Numbers, Section 7.5.2.
NOTE: Do not place insulating material around any part of the Eclipse
transmitter including the probe flange as this may cause excessive heat buildup.
Make sure all mounting connections are properly in place
on the tank before installing the probe. Compare the nameplate on the probe and transmitter with the product information; make sure the Eclipse probe is correct for the
intended installation.
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WARNING! The Model 7xD, 7xR or 7xT overfill probes should be
used for Safety Shutdown/Overfill applications. All other
Guided Wave Radar probes should be installed so the
maximum overfill level is a minimum of 6" (150 mm)
below the process connection. This may include utilizing
a nozzle or spool piece to raise the probe. Consult
factory to ensure proper installation.
WARNING! Do not disassemble probe when in service and under
pressure.
3.4.1 Installing a Coaxial Probe
(Models 7xA, 7xD, 7xP, 7xR, 7xS, and 7xT)
•
•
•
•
Before installing, make sure the:
Model and serial numbers on the nameplates of the Eclipse
probe and transmitter are identical.
Probe has adequate room for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel. The Model 7xD
(High Temp./High Pressure) probe, Model 7xP (High
Pressure) probe, Model 7xR (Overfill) probe, Model 7xS
(Steam) probe and Model 7xT (Interface) probe require
added clearance.
Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, and viscosity are
within the probe specifications for the installation.
Model 7xD (High Temp./High Pressure) probes should be
handled with extra care due to the ceramic spacers used
throughout their length.
3.4.1.1 To install a coaxial probe:
Make sure the process connection is at least 3⁄4" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
NOTE: If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not remove
the protective cap from the probe. Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this
connection is sealed by a Viton® O-ring.
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3.4.2 Installing a Twin Rod Probe
(Models 7xB, 7x5, and 7x7)
Before installing, make sure the:
• Model and serial numbers on the nameplates of the Eclipse
probe and transmitter are identical.
• Probe has adequate headroom for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
• Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, viscosity, and
media buildup are within the probe specifications for the
installation.
Nozzles:
The 7xB/7x5/7x7 Twin Rod probes may be susceptible to
objects that are in close proximity. The following rules
should be followed for proper application:
1. Nozzles should be 3" (80 mm) diameter or larger.
2. 7xB/7x5/7x7 Twin Rod probes should be installed such that
the active rod is >1" (25 mm) from metallic objects such as
pipes, ladders, etc., (a bare tank wall parallel to the probe is
acceptable).
3.4.2.1 To install a rigid twin rod probe:
Active
probe rod
Inactive
probe rod
Make sure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Make sure that there is at least 1" (25 mm) spacing between
the active probe rod and any part of the tank (walls, stillwell,
pipes, support beams, mixer blades, etc.). Minimum stillwell
diameter for Twin Rod probe is 3".
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Probe can be stabilized by attaching the inactive probe rod
to vessel.
NOTE: If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not remove
the protective cap from the probe. Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this
connection is sealed by a Viton® O-ring.
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3.4.2.2 To install a Model 7x7 standard flexible twin rod probe:
Make sure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Make sure that there is at least 1" (25 mm) spacing between
the active probe rod and any part of the tank (walls, stillwell, pipes, support beams, mixer blades, etc.). Minimum
stillwell diameter for Twin Rod probe is 3".
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
1
0.50" (13 mm) Ø
3
2
4
Probe can be shortened in the field:
a. Raise the weight (1) to expose the two securing devices (2).
b. Loosen the two #10-32 set screws (3) on both securing
devices using a 3⁄32" (2.5 mm) hex wrench and slide the
securing devices off of the probe.
c. Slide the TFE weight off of the probe.
d. Cut and remove the required cable (4) length.
e. Remove 31⁄2" of the rib between the two cables.
f. Strip 5⁄8" (16 mm) of coating from the two cables.
g. Slide the TFE weight back on to the probe.
h. Reattach securing device and tighten screws.
i. Enter new probe length (inches or cm) in software.
3.4.3 Installing a Single Rod Probe
(Models 7x1, 7x2, 7xF, 7xJ)
•
•
•
•
Before installing, make sure the:
Model and serial numbers on the nameplates of the Eclipse
probe and transmitter are identical.
Probe has adequate headroom for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, viscosity, and
media buildup are within the probe specifications for the
installation.
Nozzle does not restrict performance by ensuring the
following:
1. Nozzle is <2" (50mm) diameter.
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B
A
2. Ratio of Diameter: Length (A:B) is 1:1 or greater; any
ratio <1:1 (e.g., a 2"× 6" nozzle = 1:3) may require a
Blocking Distance and/or DIELECTRIC adjustment
(see Eclipse Installation & Operating Manual 57-600,
Section 2.6.5.2, Measurement Type: Level and Volume).
3. No pipe reducers (restrictions) are used.
• Probe is kept away from conductive objects to ensure proper
performance. See Probe Clearance Table below. A lower gain
(increase in DIELECTRIC setting) may be necessary to
ignore certain objects.
PROBE CLEARANCE GUIDELINES
Distance
to Probe
Acceptable Objects
<6"
Continuous, smooth, parallel conductive
surface, for example a metal tank wall;
important that probe does not touch wall
>6"
<1" (25mm) diameter pipe and beams,
ladder rungs
<3" (75mm) diameter pipe and beams,
concrete walls
>12"
>18"
All remaining objects
3.4.3.1 To install a Model 7xF rigid single rod probe:
Make sure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Probe can be stabilized by placing into a non-metallic cup
or bracket at the bottom of the probe. A TFE bottom
spacer (P/N 89-9114-001) is optional for mounting into
a metallic cup or bracket.
NOTE: If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not remove
the protective cap from the probe. Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this
connection is sealed by a Viton® O-ring.
3.4.3.2 To install a Model 7x1 flexible single rod probe:
Make sure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
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①
②
⑤
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Probe can be shortened in field:
a. Raise TFE weight (1) exposing securing device (2).
b. Loosen both #10–32 set screws (3) using 3⁄32" (2.5 mm)
hex wrench and remove securing device.
c. Cut and remove needed cable (4) length.
d. Reattach securing device and tighten screws.
e. Enter new probe length (inches or cm) in software.
Probe can be attached to the tank bottom using the
0.50" (13 mm) ∅ hole provided in the TFE weight.
Cable tension should not exceed 20 lbs.
④
③
1
0.50" (13 mm) Ø
3.4.4 Installation Guidelines
Models 7x2/7x5 Bulk Solids Probes
The Model 7x2 and 7x5 Bulk Solids probes are designed for
a 3000 lb. (1360 kg) pull-down force for use in applications
such as sand, plastic pellets and grains. It is offered with a
maximum 75-foot (22 meter) probe length.
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Model 7x2 Single Rod — dielectric ≥4
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Model 7x5 Twin Rod — dielectric ≥1.9
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NOTE: Avoid cement, heavy gravel, etc.
3.4.4.1 Applications
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plastic pellets, sugar: Dielectric constant 1.9-2.0
Grain, seeds, sand: Dielectric constant 2.0-3.0
Salts: Dielectric constant 4.0-7.0
Metallic powder, coal dust: Dielectric constant >7
3.4.4.2 Mounting recommendations
1. Use a weight instead of securing the probe to the vessel.
2. Mount probe at least 12 inches from the wall. Ideal
location is 1⁄4 to 1⁄6 the diameter to average the angle
of repose.
3. A metal flange must be used when mounting on plastic
vessels.
3.4.4.3 To install a Model 7x5 bulk solids flexible twin rod
probe:
Make sure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
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Make sure that there is at least 1" (25 mm) spacing
between the active probe rod and any part of the tank
(walls, stillwell, pipes, support beams, mixer blades, etc.).
Minimum stillwell diameter for Twin Rod probe is 3".
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Model 7x5 Dual Rod
Bulk Solids Probe
Probe can be shortened in the field:
a. Loosen and remove the two cable clamps.
b. Slide the weight off of the probe.
c. Cut the cable to the required length.
d. Remove 12 inches of the rib between the two cables.
e. Strip 6 inches of coating from the two cables.
f. Slide the weight back on to the probe.
g. Reinstall the two cable clamps and tighten.
h. Enter the new probe length (inches or cm) in software.
3.4.4.4 To install a Model 7x2 bulk solids flexible single rod
probe:
Model 7x2 Single Rod
Bulk Solids Probe
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Make sure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Probe can be shortened in field:
a. Loosen and remove the two cable clamps.
b. Slide the weight off of the probe.
c. Cut the cable to the required length plus 6.38".
d. Slide the weight back on to the probe.
e. Reinstall the two cable clamps and tighten.
f. Enter the new probe length (inches or cm) in software.
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3.4.5 Installing the Transmitter
The transmitter can be ordered for installation as an
Integral or Remote configuration.
3.4.5.1 Integral Mount
Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the
probe. Put the cap in a safe place in case the transmitter has
to be removed later.
Place the transmitter on the probe. Be careful not to bend
or dirty the gold, high frequency (male) connector.
Align the universal connection at the base of the transmitter
housing with the top of the probe. Hand tighten the
connection.
Rotate the transmitter to face the most convenient direction
for wiring, configuration, and viewing.
When the transmitter is facing the desired direction, use a
11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench to tighten the universal connection on
the transmitter to 15 ft-lbs. A torque wrench is highly recommended. This is a critical connection. DO NOT LEAVE
HAND TIGHT.
3.4.5.2 Remote Mount
Mount the transmitter/remote bracket as an assembly
within 33" (84 cm) of the probe. DO NOT REMOVE
TRANSMITTER FROM BRACKET.
Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the probe.
Put the cap in a safe place in case the transmitter has to be
removed later.
Align the universal connection at the end of the remote
assembly with the top of the probe. Using a 11⁄2" (38 mm)
wrench, tighten the universal connection on the transmitter
to 15 ft-lbs. A torque wrench is highly recommended. This is
a critical connection. DO NOT LEAVE HAND TIGHT.
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4.0
Function Blocks
4.1
Overview
The Enhanced Eclipse Model 705 Guided Wave Radar
Level Transmitter operates on the principle of Time Domain
Reflectometry (TDR). Refer to Bulletins 57-101 and 57-600
for more detailed information on the Eclipse product family.
The Enhanced Eclipse Model 705FF is a Guided Wave Radar
(GWR) level transmitter with seven FOUNDATION fieldbus™
Function Blocks (one Resource Block, one Transducer
Block, four Analog Input Blocks, and one PID Block). The
idea of Function Blocks, which a user can customize for a
particular application, is a key concept of Fieldbus topology.
Function Blocks consist of an algorithm, inputs and outputs, and a user-defined name.
The TRANSDUCER block output is available to the network through the ANALOG INPUT blocks.
• The ANALOG INPUT blocks (AI) take the TRANSDUCER
block level or volume values and makes them available as an
analog value to other function blocks. The AI blocks have
scaling conversion, filtering, and alarm functions.
4.1.1 Universal Fieldbus Block Parameters
The following are general descriptions of the parameters
common to all blocks. Additional information for a given
parameter is described later in that specific block section.
ST_REV (static data revision): a read only parameter that
gives the revision level of the static data associated with the
block. This parameter will be incremented each time a static
parameter attribute value is written and is a vehicle for
tracking changes in static parameter attributes.
TAG_DESC (tag descriptor): a user assigned parameter
that describes the intended application of any given block.
STRATEGY: a user assigned parameter that identifies
groupings of blocks associated with a given network connection or control scheme.
ALERT_KEY: a user assigned parameter which may be used
in sorting alarms or events generated by a block.
MODE_BLK: a structured parameter composed of the
actual mode, the target mode, the permitted mode(s), and
the normal mode of operation of a block.
• The actual mode is set by the block during its execution to
reflect the mode used during execution.
• The target mode may be set and monitored through the
mode parameter.
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• The permitted modes are listed for each block.
• The block must be in an automatic mode for normal
operation.
NOTE: The MODE_BLK target parameter must be OOS (out of service)
to change configuration and calibration parameters in that function block (when in OOS, the normal algorithm is no longer executed and any outstanding alarms are cleared).
All blocks must be in an operating mode for the device to operate. This requires the Resource Block to be in “AUTO” and the
Transducer Block to be in “AUTO” before the Function Blocks
can be placed in a mode other than OOS (out of service).
BLOCK_ERR: a parameter that reflects the error status of
hardware or software components associated with, and
directly affecting, the correct operation of a block.
NOTE: A BLOCK_ERR of “Simulation Active” in the Resource Block
does not mean simulation is active—it merely indicates that the
simulation (hardware) enabling jumper is present.
4.2
Resource Block
The RESOURCE block contains data specific to the
Enhanced Model 705 transmitter, along with some
information about the firmware.
NOTE: The Resource Block has no control function.
MODE_BLK: Must be in AUTO in order for the remaining blocks in the transmitter to operate.
NOTE: A Resource Block in “out of service” will stop all function block
execution in the transmitter.
RS_STATE (Resource State): identifies the state of the
RESOURCE block state machine. Under normal operating
conditions, it should be “On-Line.”
DD_RESOURCE: a string identifying the tag of the
resource that contains the Device Description for this device.
MANUFAC_ID: contains Magnetrol International’s
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ manufacturer’s ID number, which is
0x000156.
DEV_TYPE: the model number of the Enhanced Eclipse
Model 705 transmitter (0x0001). It is used by interface
devices to locate the Device Descriptor (DD) file for this
product.
DEV_REV: contains the firmware revision of the Enhanced
Eclipse Model 705 transmitter. It is used by interface
devices to correctly select the associated DD.
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DD_REV: contains the revision of the DD associated with
the version of firmware in the Enhanced Eclipse Model 705
transmitter. It is used by interface devices to correctly select
the associated DD.
RESTART: Default and Processor selections are available.
Default will reset the Model 705 to the established block
configuration.
NOTE: As RESTART DEFAULT will set most configuration parameters
to their default values. Devices need to be reconfigured
following activation of this function
FEATURES: a list of the features available in the transmitter.
The Model 705 features include Reports, and Soft Write
Lock.
FEATURES_SEL: allows the user to turn Features on or off.
CYCLE_TYPE: identifies the block execution methods that
are available.
CYCLE_SEL: allows the user to select the block execution
method.
MIN_CYCLE_T: the time duration of the shortest cycle
interval. It puts a lower limit on the scheduling of the
resource.
NV_CYCLE_T: the minimum time interval between copies
of non-volatile (NV) parameters to NV memory. NV memory is only updated if there has been a significant change in
the dynamic value and the last value saved will be available
for the restart procedure. A value of “0” means it will never
be automatically copied. Entries made by human interface
devices to NV parameters are copied to non-volatile memory
at the time of entry.
NOTE: After completing a large copy, allow several seconds before
removing power from the Eclipse Model 705 transmitter to
ensure that all data has been saved.
FREE_SPACE: shows the amount of available memory for
further configuration. The value is zero percent in a preconfigured device.
FREE_TIME: the amount of the block processing time that
is free to process additional blocks.
SHED_RCAS: the time duration at which to give up computer writes to function block RCas locations. Shed from
RCas will never happen when SHED_RCAS = 0.
SHED_ROUT: the time duration at which to give up computer writes to function block ROut locations. Shed from
ROut will never happen when SHED_ROUT = 0.
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FAULT_STATE, SET_FSTATE, CLR_FSTATE: these only
apply to output function blocks. (The Model 705 has no
output function blocks).
MAX_NOTIFY: the maximum number of alert reports that
the transmitter can send without getting a confirmation.
The user can set the number low, to control alert flooding,
by adjusting the LIM_NOTIFY parameter value.
LIM_NOTIFY: the maximum numbers of unconfirmed
alert notify messages allowed. No alerts are reported if set
to zero.
CONFIRM_TIME: the time that the transmitter will wait
for confirmation of receipt of a report before trying again.
Retry will not occur if CONFIRM_TIME = 0.
WRITE_LOCK: When set to LOCKED, will prevent any
external change to the static or non-volatile data base in the
Function Block Application of the transmitter. Block connections and calculation results will proceed normally, but
the configuration will be locked.
UPDATE_EVT (Update Event): is an alert generated by a
write to the static data in the block.
BLOCK_ALM (Block Alarm): is used for configuration,
hardware, connection, or system problems in the block. The
cause of any specific alert is entered in the subcode field.
The first alert to become active will set the Active status in
the Status attribute. As soon as the Unreported status is
cleared by the alert reporting task, another block alert may
be reported without clearing the Active status, if the subcode has changed.
ALARM_SUM (Alarm Summary): contains the current
alert status, the unacknowledged states, the unreported
states, and the disabled states of the alarms associated with
the block.
ACK_OPTION (Acknowledge Option): selects whether
alarms associated with the block will be automatically
acknowledged.
WRITE_PRI (Write Priority): the priority of the alarm
generated by clearing the write lock.
WRITE ALM (Write Alarm): the alert generated if the
write lock parameter is cleared.
ITK_VER (ITK Version): contains the version of the
Interoperability Test Kit (ITK) used by the Fieldbus
Foundation during their interoperability testing.
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4.3
Transducer Block
The TRANSDUCER block is a custom block containing
parameters that support the Enhanced Eclipse Model 705
level transmitter. It contains the GWR probe configuration,
diagnostics, and calibration data, and outputs level with
status information.
The TRANSDUCER block parameters are grouped in a
useful configuration. There are both read-only parameters
and read-write parameters within the TRANSDUCER block.
• The read-only parameters report the block status and
operation modes.
• The read-write parameters affect the function block basic
operation, level transmitter operation, and calibration.
The Transducer Block will automatically be changed to
“Out of Service” when the local interface (keypad) is used
to change a parameter online. The Transducer Block must
be placed back in service from the Host system.
4.3.1 Transducer Block Parameters
The first six parameters in the TRANSDUCER block are
the universal parameters discussed in section 4.1.1. The
universal parameters are followed by these additional
required parameters:
UPDATE_EVT (Update Event): an alert generated by a
write to the static data in the TRANSDUCER block.
Another important parameter found later in the TRANSDUCER block list is DEVICE_STATUS, which displays
the status of the device. If more than one message exists,
then the messages are displayed in priority order.
If DEVICE_STATUS indicates a problem, refer to
Section 7.1, Troubleshooting (those parameters which are
shaded are password-protected).
For a complete list of Transducer Block Parameters, refer
to table in the Appendix.
4.3.2 Password Parameters
To change a parameter at the local user interface, a value
matching the user password must be entered (Default=1). If
the user password is entered, the instrument is in the user
mode. After 5 minutes with no keypad activity, the entered
password expires.
Factory password is for use by trained factory personnel only.
From the Host system network, the instrument always
behaves as if it is in the user mode by default. In other
words, it is not necessary to enter the user password in order
to write parameters from the Host system.
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4.3.3 Eclipse Model 705 Configuration Parameters
This set of parameters within the Transducer Block is important and required to configure every Eclipse Model 705
transmitter.
PROBE_MODEL: Select the choice that corresponds to the
first four digits of the model number of the probe. An “x”
in the selection means that character is variable (the probe
model number is shown on the nameplates attached to both
the transmitter and probe). For example, 7xA-x should be
chosen for probe models beginning with 7EA or 7MA.
PROBE_MOUNT: Select the type of mounting on the
probe. The choices are NPT, BSP, and Flange.
Probe Mount
MEASUREMENT_TYPE: Select from LEVEL ONLY,
LEVEL AND VOLUME, INTERFACE, or INTERFACE
AND VOLUME.
100% Set Point
Probe Model
Dielectric
of Medium
0% Set Point
Probe Length
Offset
PROBE_LENGTH: Enter the exact length of the probe.
The probe length is shown as the last three digits of the
probe model number printed on the nameplates attached to
the transmitter and probe. PROBE_LENGTH is shown in
SENSOR_UNITs.
LEVEL_OFFSET: Enter the distance from the probe tip to
the desired 0% reference in PROBE_UNITs. The acceptable range is from -300 inches to 600 inches. Refer to
Section 4.3.4 for additional information.
DIELECTRIC_RANGE: Select from 10–100, 3–10,
1.7–3.0, or 1.7–1.4
NOTE: All dielectric ranges are not available with all probes.
If an unsupported dielectric range is selected, the transmitter
will give a negative response and the value displayed will
revert to its previous value.
THRESHOLD: The threshold can be set as either FIXED
or CFD. This parameter should be set to FIXED in those
applications measuring total level having a lower dielectric
material over a higher dielectric material. (A typical example
for FIXED Threshold is a hydrocarbon application having
water bottoms.)
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4.3.4 Offset Description
LCD Menu
LvlUnits
in
PrbModel
7xA-x
100%
PrbMount
NPT
60"
Probe Ln
72 in
Lvl Ofst
0.0 in
0%
24"
Dielctrc
10-100
10"
The parameter referred to as LEVEL_OFFSET in the
Transducer Block is the desired level reading when liquid
surface is at the end of the probe. The Eclipse transmitter is
shipped from the factory with LEVEL_OFFSET set to 0.
With this configuration, all measurements are referenced
from the bottom of the probe. See Example 1.
Example 1 (LEVEL_OFFSET = 0 as shipped from factory):
Application calls for a 72-inch NPT Coaxial probe in
water with the bottom of the probe 10 inches above the
bottom of the tank. The user wants the 0% point at
24 inches and the 100% point at 60 inches as referenced
from the bottom of the probe.
In those applications in which it is desired to reference all
measurements from the bottom of the vessel, the value of
LEVEL_OFFSET should be changed to the distance
between the bottom of the probe and the bottom of the
vessel as shown in Example 2.
Example 1
LCD Menu
LvlUnits
in
PrbModel
7xA-x
100%
PrbMount
NPT
Example 2:
Application calls for a 72-inch NPT coaxial probe in
water with the bottom of the probe 10 inches above the
bottom of the tank. The user wants the 0% point at
24 inches and the 100% point at 60 inches as referenced
from the bottom of the tank.
Probe Ln
72 in
60"
Lvl Ofst
10 in
0%
24"
Dielctrc
10-100
10"
Example 2
LCD Menu
LvlUnits
in
100%
PrbModel
7xR-x
PrbMount
Flange
30"
When the Eclipse transmitter is mounted in a chamber/bridle,
it is usually desirable to configure the unit with the 0%
point at the lower process connection and the 100% point
at the upper process connection. The span is the center-to-center dimension. In this case, a negative
LEVEL_OFFSET needs to be entered. In doing so, all
measurements are then referenced at a point up on the
probe as shown in Example 3.
Example 3:
Application calls for a 48-inch cage-coaxial flanged probe
measuring water in a chamber with the bottom of the
probe 6 inches below the lower process connection. The
user wants the 0% point to be 0 inches at the bottom
process connection and the 100% point to be 30 inches
at the top process connection.
Probe Ln
48 in
0%
Lvl Ofst
-6.0 in
6"
Dielctrc
10-100
Example 3
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4.4
User-Calibration Parameters
One of the main advantages of the Enhanced Eclipse Model
705 GWR transmitter is that the device does not need to be
calibrated in the field. Every Enhanced Eclipse Model 705
transmitter is shipped precisely calibrated from the factory.
On the other hand, part of the advantage of
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ is to provide the ability to monitor
changes and make adjustments to a transmitter. The
Fieldbus™ concept allows a user to make calibration adjustments if deemed necessary.
NOTE: The original factory calibration settings are restored when a new
probe length value is assigned.
It is highly recommended that factory calibration be used
for optimum performance.
Contact the factory for information on how to perform a
User Calibration.
4.4.1 Factory Parameters
The factory-adjustable calibrated parameters are WINDOW,
CONVERSION_FACTOR, and SCALE_OFFSET.
WINDOW is used to adjust for the variations in the analog
section of the Eclipse TDR measurement engine. CONVERSION_FACTOR and SCALE_OFFSET are the main
factory calibration settings.
The following parameters are used for either troubleshooting or are parameters adjusted at the factory. They should
never be changed in the field.
WINDOW: determines the amount of delay between the
generation of the transmitted signal pulse and the start of
the measurement cycle.
FID_TICKS: a measure of the time to the fiducial (reference) pulse.
FID_TICKS_SPREAD: provides an indication of the
stability of the FID_TICKS measurement.
LEVEL_TICKS: a measure of the time to the level of the
product being measured.
LEVEL_TICKS_SPREAD: provides an indication of the
stability of the LEVEL_TICKS measurement.
CONVERSION_FACTOR: the slope of the factory-set
calibration line.
SCALE_OFFSET: the intercept of the calibration line.
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4.4.2 Firmware Version
The last parameter in the TRANSDUCER block gives the
firmware version of the transmitter.
FIRMWARE_VERSION: displays the version of the
firmware.
NOTE: The user should compare the DD file and revision number of the
device with the HOST system to ensure they are at the same
revision level.
Refer to the table on page 6.
4.5
Analog Input Block
The ANALOG INPUT (AI) block takes the Eclipse Model
705 input data, selected by channel number, and makes it
available to other function blocks at its output:
Channel Process Value
1
Level
2
Volume
3
Interface
4
Interface Volume
4.5.1 AI Block Parameters
0%
Offset
Default Scaling
XD_SCALE "[email protected]%" (in. cm, ft. m)
Probe Length
XD_SCALE "[email protected]%" (in.cm, ft.m)
100%
PV: Either the primary analog value for use in executing the
function, or a process value associated with it.
OUT: The primary analog value calculated as a result of
executing the function block.
SIMULATE: Allows the transducer analog input or output
to the block to be manually supplied when simulate is
enabled. When simulate is disabled, the simulate value and
status track the actual value and status
XD_SCALE: The high and low scale values, engineering
units code, and number of digits to the right of the decimal
point used with the value obtained from the transducer for
a specified channel.
OUT_SCALE: The high and low scale values, engineering
units code, and number of digits to the right of the decimal
point to be used in displaying the OUT parameter.
GRANT_DENY: Options for controlling access of host
computers and local control panels to operating, tuning,
and alarm parameters of the block.
IO_OPTS: Option which the user may select to alter input
and output block processing.
STATUS_OPTS: Options which the user may select in the
block processing of status.
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CHANNEL: The number of the logical hardware channel
that is connected to this I/O block. This information
defines the transducer to be used going to or from the
physical world.
L_TYPE: Determines if the values passed by the transducer
block to the AI block may be used directly (Direct) or if the
value is in different units and must be converted linearly
(Indirect), or with square root (Ind Sqr Root), using the
input range defined for the transducer and the associated
output range.
LOW_CUT: Limit used in square root processing.
PV_FTIME: Time constant of a single exponential filter for
the PV, in seconds.
FIELD_VAL: Raw value of the field device in % of PV
range, with a status reflecting the Transducer condition,
before signal characterization (L_TYPE) or filtering
(PV_FTIME).
UPDATE_EVT: This alert is generated by any change to
the static data.
BLOCK_ALM: The block alarm is used for all configuration,
hardware, connection failure or system problems in the block.
ALARM_SUM: The current alert status, unacknowledged
states, unreported states, and disabled states of the alarms
associated with the function block.
ACK_OPTION: Selection of whether alarms associated
with the function block will be automatically acknowledged.
ALARM_HYS: Amount the PV must return within the
alarm limits before the alarm condition clears. Alarm hysteresis expressed as a percent of the span of the PV.
HI_HI_PRI: Priority of the high high alarm.
HI_HI_LIM: The setting for high high alarm in
engineering units.
HI_PRI: Priority of the high alarm.
HI_LIM: The setting for high alarm in engineering units
LO_PRI: Priority of the low alarm.
LO_LIM: The setting for low alarm in engineering units.
LO_LO_PRI: Priority of the low low alarm.
LO_LO_LIM: The setting for low low alarm in engineering
units.
HI_HI_ALM: The status for high high alarm and its
associated time stamp.
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HI_ALM: Status for high alarm and associated time stamp.
LO_ALM: Status for low alarm and associated time stamp.
LO_LO_ALM: The status for low low alarm and its
associated time stamp.
The TRANSDUCER and AI block’s MODE_BLK parameter must be set to AUTO to pass the PV Value through the
AI to the network.
Transducer scaling, called XD_SCALE, is applied to the
PV from the CHANNEL to produce the FIELD_VAL in
percent. Valid XD_SCALE engineering units is limited
to the five allowable codes of meters (m), centimeters (cm),
feet (ft), inches (in), and percent (%) for the Level channels,
or gallons, liters, % for the volume channels.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The AI blocks can have a BLOCK_ERR when:
Channel is not set correctly.
XD_SCALE does not have suitable engineering units or has
range incompatibility.
SIMULATE parameter is active
AI block MODE is O/S (out of service).
NOTE: This can be caused by the Resource Block being OOS or the AI
Block not scheduled for execution.
5. L-TYPE not set or set to Direct with improper
OUT_SCALE.
The AI block uses the STATUS_OPTS setting and the
TRANSDUCER PV LIMIT value to modify the AI PV
and OUT QUALITY.
Damping Filter is a feature of the AI block. The PV_FTIME
parameter is a time constant of a single exponential filter for
the PV, in seconds. This parameter can be used to dampen
out fluctuation in level due to excessive turbulence.
The AI block has multiple ALARM functions that monitor
the OUT parameter for out of bound conditions.
4.5.2 Local Display of Analog Input Transducer Block Output
The Model 705 3x FOUNDATION fieldbus™ Device Revision
2 transmitter incorporates a feature that allows the device’s
Analog Input [AI] block Out values to be displayed on the
local LCD.
NOTE: There are many reasons that AI block Out values can deviate
from the measurement value originating in the Transducer
block, and because the keypad and local display will only provide access to Transducer block parameters, there is no way to
explore or change the other fieldbus configuration items affecting the AI block output using the keypad and LCD.
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4.5.2 Local Display of Analog Input Transducer Block Output
These screens should only be considered as measured value
indicators for configured transmitters.
• The screens are not used for commissioning or diagnostic /
troubleshooting purposes.
• Prior to full fieldbus configuration (transmitter assigned a permanent address, AI block(s) configured and scheduled for execution, etc.), the value displayed will not reflect the transducer
measurement. (Pre-configuration values will typically be 0).
4.5.2.1 AI Out Display Screens
Analog Input block #
AI block channel
measurement type
*AI#mmm*
######uu
Out Scale units
abbreviation
Out Value
Analog Input Out Display
The Analog Input Out values will be conditionally displayed as part of the “rotating” home menu screens.
The screens will be formatted as shown where # in the title
is the number of the AI block (1, 2, 3, or 4) and mmm is
one of: “Lvl”, “Vol”, “Ifc”, “IfV”, “---” depending on the
value of the associated AI block’s Channel parameter.
• For example, “AI1Lvl” would be the most commonly used
AI Out screen.
• “AI2---” would be displayed when the channel value is 0
[uninitialized] for AI block 2.
The Out value will be displayed subject to limitations necessary for a 6-character display [999999 > Value > -99999].
Representative examples are shown below:
*AI1Lvl*
99.5 cm
Local AI Display
AI1 Out
AI2 Out
AI3 Out
AI4 Out
*AI3Ifc*
0.0 %
*AI1Vol*
999999 L
Because the Model 705 transmitter has four Analog Input
blocks any or all of which may be used in particular applications, a Transducer block parameter controls which AI block
Out values will be displayed.
The fieldbus presentation of this parameter will be similar
to that shown at left (host system dependent).
Any or all (or none) of the AI block Out values can be
selected for display on the LCD.
None
AI1
AI2
AI1+AI2
AI3
AI1+AI3
AI2+AI3
AIs1,2,3
AI4
AI1+AI4
AI2+AI4
AIs1,2,4
AI3+AI4
AIs1,3,4
AIs2,3,4
All AIs
The local LCD version of this parameter is shown differently due to the limitations of the LCD:
LCD label: “AI Disp ”
The default value of the Local AI Display parameter will be
such that AI 1 Out is selected.
Analog Input Out Values
To Be Displayed
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4.6
PID Block
The PID Function Block contains the logic necessary to perform Proportional/Integral/Derivative (PID) control. The block
provides filtering, set point limits and rate limits, feedforward
support, output limits, error alarms, and mode shedding.
Although most other function blocks perform functions specific
to the associated device, the PID block may reside in any device
on the network. This includes a valve, a transmitter, or the host
itself.
The Enhanced Model 705 3X PID Block implementation follows the specifications documented by the Fieldbus Foundation.
4.6.1 PID Block Parameters
ACK_OPTION: Used to set auto acknowledgement of
alarms.
ALARM_HYS: The amount the alarm value must return to
before the associated active alarm condition clears.
ALARM_SUM: The summary alarm is used for all process
alarms in the block.
ALERT_KEY: The identification number of the plant unit.
ALG_TYPE: Selects filtering algorithm as Backward or
Bi-linear.
BAL_TIME: The specified time for the internal working
value of bias to return to the operator set bias.
BKCAL_IN: The analog input value and status for another
blocks BKCAL_OUT output.
BKCAL_HYS: The amount the output must change away
from its output limit before the limit status is turned off,
expressed as a percent of the span of the output.
BKCAL_OUT: The value and status required by the
BKCAL_IN input for another block.
BLOCK_ALM: Used for all configuration, hardware, connection failure, or system problems in the block.
BLOCK_ERR: Reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block.
BYPASS: Used to override the calculation of the block.
CAS_IN: The remote setpoint value from another block.
CONTROL_OPTS: Allows one to specify control strategy
options.
DV_HI_ALM: The DV HI alarm data.
DV_HI_LIM: The setting for the alarm limit used to
detect the deviation high alarm condition.
DV_HI_PRI: The priority of the deviation high alarm.
DV_LO_ALM: The DV LO alarm data.
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4.6.1 PID Block Parameters (cont.)
DV_LO_LIM: The setting for the alarm limit used to
detect the deviation low alarm condition.
DV_LO_PRI: The priority of the deviation low alarm.
FF_GAIN: The feedforward gain value.
FF_SCALE: The high and low scale values associated with
FF_VAL.
FF_VAL: The feedforward control input value and status.
GAIN: The proportional gain value. This value cannot
equal zero.
GRANT_DENY: Options for controlling access of host
computers to alarm parameters of the block.
HI_ALM: The HI alarm data
HI_HI_ALM: The HI HI alarm data
HI_HI_LIM: The setting for the alarm limit used to detect
the HI HI alarm condition.
HI_HI_PRI: The priority of the HI HI Alarm.
HI_LIM: The setting for the alarm limit used to detect the
HI alarm condition.
HI_PRI: The priority of the HI alarm.
IN: The connection for the PV input from another block.
LO_ALM: The LO alarm data.
LO_LIM: The setting for the alarm limit used t detect the
LO alarm condition.
LO_LO_ALM: The LO LO alarm data.
LO_LO_PRI: The priority of the LO LO alarm.
LO_PRI: The priority of the LO alarm.
MATH_FORM: Selects equation form (series or standard).
MODE_BLK: The actual, target, permitted, and normal
modes of the block.
OUT: The block input value and status.
OUT_HI_LIM: The maximum output value allowed.
OUT_LO_LIM: The minimum output value allowed.
OUT_SCALE: The high and low scale values associated
with OUT.
PV: The process variable use in block execution.
PV_FTIME: The time constant of the first order PV filter.
PV_SCALE: The high and low scale values associated with PV.
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4.6.1 PID Block Parameters (cont.)
RATE: The derivative action time constant.
RCAS_IN: Target setpoint and status that is provided by a
supervisory host.
RCAS_OUT: Block setpoint and status that is provided to a
supervisory host.
RESET: The integral action time constant.
ROUT_IN: Block output that is provided by a supervisory
host.
ROUT_OUT: Block output that is provided to a supervisory host.
SHED_OPT: Defines action to be taken on remote control
device timeout.
SP: The target block setpoint value.
SP_HI_LIM: The highest SP value allowed.
SP_LO_LIM: The lowest SP value allowed.
SP_RATE_DN: Ramp rate for downward SP changes.
SP_RATE_UP: Ramp rate for upward SP changes.
STATUS_OPTS: Allows one to select options for status
handling and processing.
STRATEGY: Can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
ST_REV: The revision level of the static data associated
with the function block.
TAG_DESC: The user description of the intended application of the block.
TRK_IN_D: Discrete input that initiates external tracking.
TRK_SCALE: The high and low scale values associated
with TRK_VAL.
TRK_VAL: The value applied to OUT in LO mode.
UPDATE_EVT: This alert is generated by any changes to
the static data.
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5.0
Model 705 Menu: Step by Step Procedures
The following table describes the software menu displayed
by the Eclipse FOUNDATION fieldbus™ transmitter for “Level
Only” measurement. Use this table as a step by step guide
to configure the transmitter.
The second column presents the menus shown on the transmitter display. The displays are in the order they would
appear if the arrow keys were used to scroll through the
menu. The numbers on the first column are not shown in
the display. They are only provided as reference.
The fourth column provides the actions to take when configuring the transmitter. Additional information or an explanation of an action is given in the fifth column. (Shaded
sections are factory menu items).
5.1
Measurement Type: Level Only
Display
Password
Action
Comment
1
*Status*
*Level*
*AI1Lvl*
None
Transmitter Display
MeasType = Lvl Only
2
Level
xxx.x lu
None
Transmitter Display
All MeasType selections
3
AI1 Lvl
xx.x lu
None
Transmitter Display
All MeasType selections
Select from 7xA-x, 7xB-x, 7xD-x, 7xG-x,
7xK-x, 7xP-x, 7xR-x, 7xE-x, 7xF-x,
7xF-E, 7xF-F, 7x1-x, 7x2-x, 7x5-x, 7x7-x,
7xF-4, 7xF-P, 7xJ-x, 7xL-x, 7xM-x,
7xN-x, 7xS-x, 7xT-x
4
PrbModel
(select)
User
Select the type of probe used
5
PrbMount
(select)
User
Select the type of probe
mounting
6
MeasType
(select)
User
Select type of measurement
Select from Lvl Only, Lvl&Vol, Intrface,
Ifc&Vol
7
SnsrUnit
(select)
User
Select the Sensor units
Select from cm, inches, feet, meters
8
Probe Ln
xxx.x su
User
Enter the exact length
of the probe
11.8 to 900 in (30 to 2286 cm)
9
Lvl Ofst
xxx.x plu
User
Enter desired Level reading when probe
is dry
-90 to 300 in (-228.6 to 762 cm)
10
Senstvty
xxx
Superuser or
user
Adjust gain value upward or downward
to sense liquid surface
(Superuser password required for dual
element probes.)
11
BlockDis
xx.x su
User
Enter distance below reference point
where level is not sensed
-99.9 to 2286 cm (-39.3 to 900 in)
12
SftyZone
(select)
User
Select behavior when level is sensed in
safety zone
Off, On, Latch
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Select from NPT, BSP or Flange
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Display
Password
13
SZHeight
xx.x su
User
Enter distance below BlockDis where
SZ Fault will be asserted
14
SZ Latch
Reset
User
Press Enter to clear a Safety Zone latch
15
Threshld
(select)
User
Select from CFD, Fixed
For interface, refers to threshold for
upper level pulse
16
Trim Lvl
xx.x su
Superuser or
user
Enter value to adjust Level reading
-20.0 inches <= Lvl Trim <= +20.0 inches
(Superuser password required if negative
fiducial.)
17
AI Disp
User
Transmitter Display
AI Block Display
18
LvlTicks
xxxxx
User
Diagnostic Display
Time of flight from fiducial to level signal
19
New Pass
xxx
User
Enter new password (0-255)
Displays encrypted value of present
password
20
Language
(select)
User
Select from English, Spanish, French,
German
Language choice for
LCD display
21
Mdl705FF
Ver 3.xx
None
Transmitter Display
Product identification
Firmware version
22
DispFact
(select)
None
Select Yes to display factory parameter
menus
23
History Status
None
Diagnostic Display to view present status
and recent exceptions
24
Run Time
xxxx.x h
None
Diagnostic Display showing elapsed
time since power on
Cleared to zero with History Reset
25
History
Reset
Superuser
Press Enter and select yes to clear
history
Reset History Data
26
HF Cable
Select
Superuser
Select length of remote
extension cable
Select from integral, 3-foot, 12-foot
27
FidTicks
xxxx
None
Diagnostic Display
Time of flight from start of
ramp to fiducial
28
Fid Sprd
xxx
None
Diagnostic Display
Spread in fiducial ticks readings
29
Fid Type
(select)
Superuser
Superuser parameter
Select from Positive, Negative.
Selection only allowed for some probes,
fixed for others
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Fid Gain
xxx
Superuser
Superuser parameter
31
Window
xxx
32
33
Conv Fct
xxxx
Scl Ofst
xxx
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Action
Comment
5.1 to 2286 cm (2 to 900 in)
Factory
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
Factory
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
Factory
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
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Display
Password
Action
Comment
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Neg Ampl
xxx
Superuser
Superuser parameter
Diagnostic parameter
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Pos Ampl
xxx
Superuser
Superuser parameter
Diagnostic parameter
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Signal
xxx
None
Diagnostic Display
Indication of level
signal amplitude
37
Compsate
Superuser
Superuser Parameter
Select from None,
Manual, Auto
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DrateFct
xxxx
None
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto, velocity
derating factor
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TargAmpl
xxxx
None
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto, target
negative threshold amplitude
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Targ Tks
xxxx
None
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto, measured time of flight
from fiducial to target
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Targ Cal
xxxx
Superuser
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto, calibrated time of flight
from fiducial to target in room temperature
air
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OperMode
(select)
Superuser
Superuser parameter
Compsate = Auto, select from Run, Cal,
Off
43
7xK Corr
xxx
Superuser
Superuser parameter
Probe Model = 7xK, Distance in mm from
fiducial to user
reference point
44
Snsr Val
xxx.x su
None
Distance to the target relative to the sensor
reference point.
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CalPtLo
xxx.x su
Superuser
The lower calibrated point of Sensor Value.
It refers to PrLvl Lo.
In Sensor Units (Do Not Adjust)
46
CalPtHi
xxx.x su
Superuser
The higher calibrated point of Sensor
Value. It refers to PrLvl Hi.
In Sensor Units (Do Not Adjust)
47
ProbeLvl
xxx.x plu
None
48
PrLvl Lo
xxx.x plu
Superuser
Value of PrLvl at SnrCalLo.
In Probe Level Units
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PrLvl Hi
xxx.x plu
Superuser
Value of PrLvl at SnrCalHi.
In Probe Level Units
50
ElecTemp
xxx C
None
Diagnostic Display
Present temperature in electronics
compartment (degrees Celsius)
51
Max Temp
xxx C
Superuser
Diagnostic Display
Maximum electronics
temperature recorded
52
Min Temp
xxx C
Superuser
Diagnostic Display
Minimum electronics
temperature recorded
53
SZ Hyst
xx.x su
Superuser
Superuser Parameter
Safety Zone hysteresis height
Level on the probe relative to the end of
the probe.
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6.0 Diagnostic Parameters
The Eclipse Model 705 measurement engine runs through a
series of self-tests and will detect and report faulty operation.
The TRANSDUCER BLOCK displays these faults in the
DEVICE_STATUS parameter. Refer to Section 7.1.2 for
more information on specific faults and warnings.
BLOCK_ERROR is not used except for indicating Out of
Service (OOS).
When the Model 705 transmitter is initially powered on, the
measurement engine does not have enough valid measurement cycles to make a decision about the output level. For
the first few seconds after power is applied, the
LEVEL_STATUS/QUALITY is “Uncertain,” the
SUB_STATUS is “Initial value,” and the LIMIT attribute is
“Constant.”
When the Model 705 is operating properly, the
LEVEL_STATUS/QUALITY is shown as “GOOD,” and
the SUB_STATUS is “Non-Specific.”
While changing the transmitter operational parameters using
the local display or through the system configuration tool (with
the MODE_BLK in OOS), the output might be inaccurate
because of the changing parameters. When the device is set to
OOS, the TRANSDUCER BLOCK will still output level but
the QUALITY will be shown as “Bad” and the SUB_STATUS
is “Out of Service.”
When the Enhanced Model 705 measurement cycle fails to
find a valid output level, the transmitter maintains the last
good value as the output and flags the failure. The LIMIT
attribute is the same as the last good measurement.
When the Enhanced Model 705 detects a level above the
highest measurement point of the probe the operational
mode is shown as “May Be Flooded.” This is due to the fact
that, since the actual level location above the top of some
probes is not known, the output may not be accurate.
The Model 705 operational mode is DRY_PROBE when
the level is below the end of the probe. Again, the output
may not be accurate, since the location of the level below the
end of the probe is not known. The TRANSDUCER
BLOCK output is calculated as LEVEL_OFFSET.
When in the dry probe condition, the Model 705 compares
the measured length of the probe to the value entered into
the PROBE_LENGTH parameter. If the measured value
does not match PROBE_LENGTH, a fault is reported. The
QUALITY will be shown as “Bad,” and the SUB_STATUS
is “Configuration error.”
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If the Model 705 fails to find a measurable level, either due
to an actual loss of a level signal or the loss of a proper
Fiducial (reference) signal, the TRANSDUCER BLOCK
maintains the last good value as the output and flags the failure. The QUALITY is “Bad,” the SUB_STATUS is “Sensor
failure” for no level (or “Device failure” for loss of the
Fiducial), and the LIMIT attribute is “Constant.”
Refer to Section 7.1.2 for additional information.
6.1
Simulation Feature
The Eclipse Model 705 with FOUNDATION fieldbus™ supports the Simulate feature in the Analog Input block. The
Simulate feature is typically used to exercise the operation of
an AI block by simulating a TRANSDUCER block input.
This feature can not be activated without the placement of a
hardware jumper. This jumper is installed as standard on
the Eclipse Model 705, and is placed in an inconvenient
location to avoid inadvertent disabling of this feature.
NOTE: A BLOCK_ERR of “Simulation Active” in the Resource Block
does not mean simulation is active—it merely indicates that the
simulation (hardware) enabling jumper is present.
Contact the factory for instructions on how to remove this
jumper and, if necessary, permanently disable the Simulate
feature.
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7.0
Reference Information
7.1
Troubleshooting
WARNING!
Explosion hazard. Do not connect or
disconnect equipment unless power
has been switched off or the area is
known to be non-hazardous.
The Eclipse transmitter is designed and engineered for
trouble-free operation over a wide range of operating
conditions. Common transmitter problems are discussed
in terms of their symptoms and recommended corrective
actions. Information on how to handle material buildup
on the probe is also provided in this section.
7.1.1 Troubleshooting System Problems
Symptom
Problem
Solution
LEVEL and AI OUTPUT values
are inaccurate.
Basic configuration data is
questionable.
Reconfigure the Probe Model and/or Probe
Mount, Probe Length or Level Offset.
1) Ensure the Level is accurate.
2) Verify EU_0% and EU_100% values.
Interface level has significant emulsion. Examine process to reduce/eliminate
emulsion layer.
LEVEL readings are repeatable but
consistently high or low from actual
by a fixed amount.
Configuration data does not
accurately match probe length
or tank height.
LEVEL and AI OUTPUT values
fluctuate.
Turbulence
Increase the AI Block process value filter
time until the readings stabilize.
High Frequency connection
Check Fid Spread (should be stable within
±10 counts).
Lower dielectric material over higher
dielectric material, e.g., oil over water
Select Fixed Threshold option.
LEVEL and AI OUTPUT values
all reading low vs. actual.
Ensure proper Probe Model and probe length.
Adjust trim level value by the amount of
noted inaccuracy.
Coating, clumping or buildup on probe These may be expected inaccuracies due
to affect on pulse propagation.
Dense, water based foam
These may be expected inaccuracies due
to affect on pulse propagation.
Level Reading on Display is stuck at
full scale.
Software believes probe is flooded
(level near very top of probe).
Check actual level. If probe is not flooded,
Check for buildup or obstructions near top
of probe. Select higher dielectric range.
Check for condensation in probe
connection. Add Blocking Distance.
LEVEL and AI OUTPUT values
values all at maximum level.
Possible configuration issue
with single rod probe
1) Increase Blocking Distance
2) Increase Dielectric Range
LEVEL and AI OUTPUT values
reading high vs. actual.
Possible obstruction in tank
affecting single rod probe
1) Increase Dielectric Range until
obstruction is ignored
2) Relocate probe away from obstruction
LEVEL value reading high when
should be zero.
Transmitter loose or disconnected
from probe
Ensure transmitter connected securely
to probe.
NOTE: When consulting the factory concerning improper operation, use proper tables on Pages 54-55. Enter all data when transmitter
is working CORRECTLY or INCORRECTLY.
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7.1.2 Device Status Parameter in the
Transducer Block
The following table lists the conditions indicated in the
Device Status parameter. It also shows the affect the condition
has on PV status, Sub-Status and Limit, XD ERROR and
BLOCK ALARM are not affected by these conditions directly.
Type
Device Status
Label
Bit #
Mode
OK
Mode
User Access
Mode
Factory Access
Fault
Default Params
Fault
No End of Ramp
Fault
Lvl<Probe Length
Fault
No Fiducial
Fault
Safety Zone FLT
Fault
No Signal
Fault
EOP<Probe Length
Fault
EOP High
Fault
High Volume Fit
Warning
Hi Temperature
Warning
Lo Temperature
Warning
Default Cal
Warning
Initializing
Warning
May be Flooded
Warning
Dry Probe
Warning
Weak Signal
Warning No Steam Target
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7
5
28
27
23
21
20
19
18
17
16
11
10
9
4
3
2
1
6
Value
PV Status
Quality
PV Sub Status
Limit
0x00008000
0x00000080
0x00000020
0x10000000
0x08000000
0x00800000
0x00200000
0x00100000
0x00080000
0x00040000
0x00020000
0x00010000
0x00000800
0x00000400
0x00000200
0x00000010
0x00000008
0x00000004
0x00000002
0x00000040
Good
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
Bad
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
Non-Specific
OOS
OOS
Configuration Error
Device Failure
Sensor Failure
Device Failure
Non-Specific
Sensor Failure
Sensor Failure
Configuration Error
Configuration Error
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
Initial Value
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
Not Limited
Not Limited
Not Limited
Not Limited
Constant Limited
Constant Limited
Constant Limited
Not Limited
Constant Limited
Constant Limited
Not Limited
High Limited
No Effect
No Effect
No Effect
Constant Limited
High Limited
Low Limited
No Effect
No Effect
The first three conditions are Type Mode. If everything is
running normally and there are no Faults or Warnings, then
the device indicates it is “OK” an the local display and in
Device Status. If a password is entered through the local display, the Transducer Block is taken Out of Service if it is not
already and the User Access or Factory Access will be indicated in Device Status. This will indicate to the operator
that an attempt is being made to modify a parameter value.
No indication is given on the Fieldbus network if someone
is only viewing parameters on the local display.
The next set of conditions is device faults. The device will
most likely not be able to measure level correctly if one or
more of these conditions occur. The condition will be indicated in Device Status and will affect PV Status, Sub-Status
and Limit as indicated.
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7.1.2 Device Status Parameter in the
Transducer Block
The next set of conditions is the device warnings. The condition will not jeopardize the level measurement. However,
knowledge of the condition may be useful in troubleshooting
the device.
The following table describes the conditions that can be
seen in Device Status:
Display Message
Action
Comment
OK
None
Normal operating mode.
User Access
Password at the local display.
Parameter values are being changed through the local interface.
Make sure Transducer Block is taken out of service.
Factory Access
Password at the local display.
Parameter values are being changed through the local interface.
Make sure Transducer Block is taken out of service.
Default Params
Internal non-volatile parameters have Consult factory.
been defaulted.
No End of Ramp
No End-of Ramp signal detected.
Consult factory.
Lvl<Probe Length
Apparent position of the upper level
pulse is beyond the end of the probe.
1) Check entered Probe Length.
2) Change Threshold to Fixed.
No Fiducial
Fiducial signal is not being
detected.
Safety Zone Flt
1) Check connection between probe and transmitter.
2) Check for moisture on top of probe.
3) Check for damaged gold pin in the high frequency connector.
4) Consult factory.
Safety Zone Alarm has been tripped. Decrease level in vessel.
No Signal
No level signal being detected.
EOP<Probe Length
End of Probe signal from a dry probe 1) Ensure the Probe Length is entered correctly.
is out of range.
2) Set Dielectric to a lower dielectric range.
3) Consult factory.
4) Ensure proper Blocking Distance.
EOP High
End of Probe signal is out of range.
High Volume Flt
Level more than 5% above highest point 1) Verify strapping table is entered correctly.
in strapping table.
2) Signal amplitude may be lower than desired.
Hi Temperature
Present temperature in electronics
compartment is above 80 C.
1) Transmitter may need to be moved to ensure ambient
temperature is within specification.
2) Change to remote mount transmitter.
Lo Temperature
Present temperature in electronics
compartment is below - 40 C.
1) Transmitter may need to be moved to ensure ambient
temperature is within specification.
2) Change to remote transmitter.
Default Cal
Factory set default calibration
parameters are in use. Level reading
may be inaccurate.
Consult factory.
Initializing
None
Program is initializing. This is a transient condition.
May be Flooded
Loss of level signal possibly due to
flooding. Twin Rod probes only.
1) Decrease level in vessel.
2) Set Dielectric to lower range value.
3) Replace with Model 7xR Overfill probe.
Dry Probe
None
Normal message for a dry probe. End of Probe signal is being
detected in correct location.
Weak Signal
None. Signal amplitude is lower than 1) Set Dielectric to a lower range value.
desired.
2) Increase Sensitivity.
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1) Ensure Dielectric setting is correct for the measured medium.
2) Increase Sensitivity
3) Confirm Probe Model is proper for the dielectric of the medium.
4) Consult factory.
1) Ensure Probe Length is entered correctly.
2) Consult factory.
57-640 Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Transmitter - FOUNDATION fieldbus™
7.1.3 FF Segment Checklist
•
•
•
•
•
There can be several reasons for a FOUNDATION fieldbus™
installation to be in a faulty condition. In order to ensure
that communication can be established, the following
requirements must be met.
Device supply voltage must be higher than 9 VDC with a
maximum of 32 VDC.
Total current draw of a given segment cannot exceed the
rating shown on the power conditioner and/or barrier.
Device polarity must be correct.
Two 100 Ω, 1 µF terminators must be connected to the
network—one at each end of the segment.
Cable length plus spur length must not exceed the following
values:
Number of Spurs
1 Device
2 Devices
3 Devices
4 Devices
25–32
—
—
—
—
19–24
100 ft. (30 m)
—
—
—
15–18
200 ft. (60 m)
100 ft. (30 m)
—
—
13–14
300 ft. (90 m)
200 ft. (60 m)
100 ft. (30 m)
—
1–12
400 ft. (120 m) 300 ft. (90 m)
200 ft. (60 m)
100 ft. (30 m)
Pair
Shield
Twisted
Size
Length
Type
Single
Yes
Yes
AWG 18 (0.8 mm2)
6,200 ft. (1,900 m)
A
Multi
Yes
Yes
AWG 22 (0.32 mm )
3,900 ft. (1,200 m)
B
Multi
No
Yes
AWG 26 (0.13 mm2)
1,300 ft. (400 m)
C
Multi
Yes
No
AWG 16 (1.25 mm2)
650 ft. (200 m)
D
2
• The cable shield is to be hard grounded only at one point
close to the DCS. In addition, the cable shield can be
capacitively grounded in multiple places to improve EMC
protection.
• Ensure all devices are on the “live list,” and the schedule has
been downloaded.
• Ensure that the Resource Block, then the Transducer Block,
and lastly the Function Block(s) are in“Auto” mode rather
than Out of Service (OOS).
If all of these requirements are met, stable communication
should be established.
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7.2
Agency Approvals
AGENCY
FM
CSA
ATEX
TEXT HERE............
MODEL APPROVED
APPROVAL CATEGORY
705-52XX-1XX
705-52XX-2XX
Intrinsically Safe
705-52XX-3XX
705-52XXX-4XX
Explosion Proof (with Intrinsically Safe probe)
705-52XX-XXX
705-52XX-XXX
Non-Incendive
Suitable for: 705-52XX-1XX
705-52XX-2XX
Intrinsically Safe
705-52XX-3XX
705-52XX-4XX
Explosion Proof (with Intrinsically Safe probe)
705-52XX-XXX
705-52XX-XXX
Non-Incendive
Suitable for: 705-52XX-AXX
705-52XX-BXX
705-52XX-CXX
705-52XX-DXX
705-52XX-EXX
705-52XX-FXX
Intrinsically Safe
Class I, Div. 1; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 1; Groups E, F, & G T4
Class III, Type 4X IP66
Entity/FISCO
Class I, Div. 1; Groups B, C & D
Class II, Div. 1; Groups E, F, & G T4
Class III, Type 4X IP66
Class I, Div. 2; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 2; Groups F & G T4
Class III, Type 4X IP66
Class I, Div. 1; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 1; Group G T4
Class III, Type 4X
Entity/FISCO
Class I, Div. 1; Groups B, C & D
Class II, Div. 1; Group G T4
Class III, Type 4X
Class I, Div. 2; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 2; Group G T4
Class III, Type 4X
II 1G, EEx ia IIC T4
Flame Proof II 1/2G, EEx d [ia] IIC T4
Non-sparking II 3G, EEx n II T4..T6
Factory Sealed: This product has been approved by Factory
Mutual Research (FM), and Canadian Standards Association
(CSA), as a Factory Sealed device.
Measured media inside vessel must be non-flammable only.
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APPROVAL CLASSES
0344
These units are in conformity of:
1. The EMC Directive: 89/336/EEC. The units have been
tested to EN 61000-6-2/2001 and EN 61000-6-4/2001.
2. Directive 94/9/EC for equipment or protective system for use
in potentially explosive atmospheres.
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7.2.1 Agency Specifications – FOUNDATION fieldbus™ System
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7.3
Specifications
7.3.1 Functional
System Design
Measurement Principle
Guided time-of-flight via time domain reflectometry
Input
Measured Variable
Level, determined by the time-of-flight of a guided radar pulse from
transmitter to product surface and back
Zero and Span
6 inches to 75 feet (15 to 2286 cm)
User Interface
Keypad
3-button menu-driven data entry and system security
Indication
2-line × 8-character display
Digital Communication
FOUNDATION fieldbus™, H1 (31.25 kbits/sec)
Interoperability test kit (ITK Revision)
ITK 5.01
LAS capable
Yes, Device type: Linkmaster
Minimum Operating Voltage
9 VDC
Quiescent Current Draw
17 mA
DEV Revision
0X02
Available Blocks
RB_1, TB_1, AI_1, AI_2, AI_3, AI_4, PID_1
Polarity Sensitive
No
AI Block Execution Time
15 msec
Power (Measured at instrument terminals)
Fieldbus General Purpose/Explosion Proof 9 to 32 VDC (17 mA maximum current draw)
IS/FISCO/FNICO
9–32 VDC (17 mA maximum current draw)
Housing
Material
Aluminum A356T6 (<0.20% copper), optional 316 stainless steel
Cable Entry
3
⁄4" NPT and M20
Environment
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175° F
(-40 to +80° C)
Display Function Operating Temperature
-5 to +160° F
(-20 to +70° C)
Storage Temperature
-50 to +175° F
(-40 to +80° C)
Humidity
0-99%, non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets CE Requirements: EN 50081-2, EN 50082-2
Note: Twin Rod and Single Rod probes must be used in metallic vessel
or stillwell to maintain CE requirement.
Mounting Affects: Twin Rod
Active rod must be mounted at least 1" (25 mm) from any surface or
obstruction. Minimum stillwell diameter for Twin Rod probe is 3".
Single Rod
Nozzles do not restrict performance by ensuring the following:
No nozzle is <2" (50 mm) diameter
Ratio of Diameter: Length is 1:1 or greater;
any ratio <1:1 (e.g., a 2" × 6" nozzle = 1:3) may require a Blocking
Distance and/or DIELECTRIC adjustment (see Section 2.6.5)
No pipe reducers are used
Obstructions (See Probe Clearance Table, page 16
Keep conductive objects away from probe to ensure proper performance
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Shock Class
ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class SA1
Vibration Class
ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class VC2
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7.3.2 Performance - Model 705
Reference Conditions Linearity Measured Error
Reflection from water at +70° F (+20° C) with 72" coaxial probe
(CFD threshold)
Coaxial/Twin Rod Probes:
<0.1% of probe length or 0.1 inch (whichever is greater)
Single Rod Probes:
<0.3% of probe length or 0.3 inch (whichever is greater)
Coaxial/Twin Rod Probes:
±0.1% probe length or 0.1 inch (whichever is greater)
Single Rod Probes
±0.5% probe length or 0.5 inch (whichever is greater)
Resolution
±0.1 inch
Repeatability
<0.1 inch
Hysteresis
<0.1 inch
Response Time
<1 second
Warm-up Time
<5 seconds
Operating Temp. Range
-40° to +175° F (-40° to +80° C)
LCD Temp. Range
-5° to +160° F (-20° to +70° C)
Ambient Temp. Effect
Approximately +0.02% of probe length/ ° C
Process Dielectric Effect
<0.3 inch within selected range
Humidity
0-99%, non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets CE requirements (EN-61000-6-2/2001, 61000-6-4/2001)
(Twin and Single Rod probes must be used in metallic vessel or
stillwell to maintain CE requirement)
Specifications will degrade with Model 7xB, 7xD, and 7xP probes and/or fixed threshold configuration.
Top 24 inches of Model 7xB probe: 1.2 inches (30 mm). Specification for top 48 inches of single rod will
be application dependent.
7.3.3 Performance - Model 705 Interface
Reference Conditions
Reflection from liquid of selected dielectric at +70° F (+20° C) with 72" probe
Linearity
<0.5 inch
Measured Error
Upper layer ±1 inch
Interface layer ±1 inch (clean distinct interface required)
Upper Layer Dielectric
1.4–5.0
Interface Layer Dielectric
>15
Resolution
±0.1 inch
Repeatability
<0.5 inch
Hysteresis
<0.5 inch
Response Time
<1 second
Warm-up Time
<5 seconds
Operating Temp. Range
-40° to +175° F (-40° to +80° C)
LCD Temp. Range
-5° to +160° F (-20° to +70° C)
Ambient Temp. Effect
Approximately ±0.02% of probe length/ ° C
Humidity
0-99%, non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets CE requirements (EN-61000-6-2/2001, EN 61000-6-4/2001)
(Twin and Single Rod probes must be used in metallic vessel or
stillwell to maintain CE requirement)
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7.4
Parts
7.4.1 Replacement Parts
Item Description
Part Number
Electronic module
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ with display
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ without display
Terminal board
FOUNDATION fieldbus™
Z031-2841-001
Z031-2841-002
Explosion Proof
FISCO
Z030-9151-003
Z030-9151-004
O-ring (Viton)
(Consult Factory for alternative O-ring materials)
012-2201-237
Housing cover without glass
004-9193-003
Housing cover with glass (GP, IS)
(XP)
036-4410-001
036-4410-003
7.4.2 Recommended Spare Parts
Item Description
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Part Number
Electronic module
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ with display
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ without display
Terminal board
FOUNDATION fieldbus™
Z031-2841-001
Z031-2841-002
Explosion Proof
FISCO
Z030-9151-003
Z030-9151-004
57-640 Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Transmitter - FOUNDATION fieldbus™
7.5
Model Numbers
7.5.1 Transmitter
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
705
Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter
POWER
5
24 VDC, Two-wire
SIGNAL OUTPUT
1
2
3
4-20 mA with HART
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ Digital Communications (English only)
PROFIBUS PA™ Digital Communications (English only)
OPTIONS
0
None
ACCESSORIES
0
A
No digital display and keypad
Digital display and keypad
MOUNTING/CLASSIFICATION
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
E
F
Integral, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(FM & CSA), Non-incendive (Class I, Div. 2)
Remote, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(FM & CSA), Non-incendive (Class I, Div. 2)
Integral, Explosion Proof (FM & CSA)
Remote, Explosion Proof (FM & CSA)
Integral, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(ATEX & JIS EEx ia IIC T4)
Remote, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(ATEX & JIS EEx ia IIC T4)
Integral, Explosion Proof (ATEX EEx d ia IIC T4)
(must be ordered with Conduit Connection Codes 0 and 1)
Remote, Explosion Proof (ATEX EEx d ia IIB T4)
(must be ordered with Conduit Connection Codes 0 and 1)
Integral, Non-incendive (ATEX EEx n IIC T6) (Model 705 only)
Remote, Non-incendive (ATEX EEx n IIC T6) (Model 705 only)
HOUSING
1
2
Cast aluminum, dual compartment, 45° angle
316 stainless steel, dual compartment, 45° angle
CONDUIT CONNECTION
0
1
7
0
5
5
⁄4" NPT
M20
3
0
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7.5.2 Probe
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
7E
7M
Eclipse GWR probe, English unit of measure
Eclipse GWR probe, Metric unit of measure
CONFIGURATION/STYLE
A
D
P
R
S
T
B
7
5
F
J
1
2
Coaxial
Coaxial
Coaxial
Coaxial
Coaxial
Coaxial
Twin Rod
Twin Rod
Twin Rod
Single Rod
Single Rod
Single Rod
Single Rod
Standard
High Temp./High Pressure
High Pressure
Overfill
Hot Water/Steam
Interface
Standard
Flexible
Flexible Bulk Solid
Standard
High Temp./High Pressure
Flexible
Flexible Bulk Solid
⁄4" process connection or larger
3
2" process connection or larger
Dielectric range ≥1.4
(2.0 with ceramic spacers)
Dielectric range ≥1.9
Dielectric range ≥4.0
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION
A
B
C
E
F
G
H
J
K
N
P
R
V
W
4
316/316L stainless steel
Hastelloy C, Configuration/Style codes A, B, D, F, J, P, R and T only
Monel, Configuration/Style codes A, B, D, F, J, P, R and T only
Hygienic, 316/316L stainless steel (20 Ra EP finish), Configuration/Style code F only,
Process connections codes 3P, 4P, 5P, and 6P only
PFA faced flange, 2" to 4", 150# to 300#, Configuration/Style code F only,
Process connection codes 43, 44, 53, 54, 63, 64, DA, DB, EA, EB, FA, and FB only
Hygienic, AL6XN stainless steel (20 Ra EP finish), Configuration/Style code F only,
Process connections codes 3P, 4P, 5P, and 6P only
Hygienic, Hastelloy C22 (20 Ra EP finish), Configuration/Style code F only,
Process connections codes 3P, 4P, 5P, and 6P only
316/316L stainless steel NACE construction
316/316L stainless steel probe and process connection, ASME B31.1 specifications (model 7xS only)
Enlarged coaxial probe, 316/316L stainless steel probe, 2" minimum process connection
Enlarged coaxial probe, Hastelloy C, 2" minimum process connection
Enlarged coaxial probe, Monel probe, 2" minimum process connection
Optional PEEK™ spacers (for Model 7xD probe only)
Optional Teflon® spacers (for Model 7xD probe only)
PFA insulated rod, 2" NPT process connection or larger, Configuration/Style code F only
PROCESS CONNECTION SIZE/TYPE
Refer to pages 51 and 52 for selections
O-RINGS
0
1
2
8
N
Viton® GFLT
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Rubber)
Kalrez® 4079
Aegis PF128
None (Use with probes 7xD, 7xP, 7xF-E, 7xF-F)
LENGTH – PROBE
Refer to page 52 for selections
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7.5.2 Probe
Insertion Length
NPT Process Connection
Insertion Length
BSP Process Connection
Insertion Length
Hygienic Flange
Insertion Length
ANSI or DIN Welded Flange
PROCESS CONNECTION SIZE/TYPE
THREADED CONNECTIONS
11
22
41
42
⁄4" NPT Thread 1" BSP Thread 2" NPT Thread 2" BSP Thread 3
ANSI RAISED FACE FLANGE CONNECTIONS
23
24
25
27
28
33
34
35
37
38
43
44
45
47
1" 150#
1" 300#
1" 600#
1" 900/1500#
1'' 2500#
11⁄2" 150#
11⁄2" 300#
11⁄2" 600#
11⁄2" 900/1500#
11⁄2" 2500#
2" 150#
2" 300#
2" 600#
2" 900/1500#
ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange ANSI Raised Face Flange 48
53
54
55
56
57
58
63
64
65
66
67
68
2"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
2500#
150#
300#
600#
900#
1500#
2500#
150#
300#
600#
900#
1500#
2500#
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
ANSI Raised
5L
5M
5N
6K
6L
6M
6N
3"
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
4"
900#
1500#
2500#
600#
900#
1500#
2500#
ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI RING JOINT FLANGE CONNECTIONS
3K
3M
3N
4K
4M
4N
5K
11⁄2" 600#
11⁄2" 900/1500#
11⁄2" 2500#
2" 600#
2" 900/1500#
2" 2500#
3" 600#
ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange ANSI Ring Joint Flange Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Face
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Flange
Configuration/Style Codes A, D, P, R & S only.
Configuration/Style Codes D & P only.
Configuration/Style Codes B, F, 1, 2, 5 & 7 only.
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7.5.2 Probe
HYGIENIC FLANGE CONNECTIONS
2P
3P
4P
5P
6P
9P
⁄4" Tri-clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
1" or 11⁄2" Tri-clover type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
2" Tri-clover type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
3" Tri-clover type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
4" Tri-clover type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
21⁄2" Tri-clover type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
3
PROPRIETARY AND SPECIALTY FLANGE CONNECTIONS
4R
4S
5R
5S
TT
TU
UT
UU
UV
UW
2" 150#
2" 300/600#
3" 150#
3" 300/600#
31⁄2" 600#
31⁄2" 600#
31⁄2" 600#
31⁄2" 600#
31⁄2" 600#
31⁄2" 600#
ANSI Raised Face Carbon Steel Flange with Top Hat
ANSI Raised Face Carbon Steel Flange with Top Hat
ANSI Raised Face Carbon Steel Flange with Top Hat
ANSI Raised Face Carbon Steel Flange with Top Hat
Fisher® - Proprietary Carbon Steel (249B) Torque Tube Flange
Fisher - Proprietary 316 Stainless Steel (249C) Torque Tube Flange
Masoneilan® - Proprietary Carbon Steel Torque Tube Flange
Masoneilan - Proprietary 316 Stainless Steel Torque Tube Flange
Masoneilan - Proprietary Carbon Steel Torque Tube Flange with Top Hat
Masoneilan - Proprietary 316 Stainless Steel Steel Torque Tube Flange with Top Hat
DIN FLANGE CONNECTIONS
BA
BB
BC
BF
BG
BH
BJ
CA
CB
CC
CF
CG
CH
CJ
DA
DB
DD
DE
DF
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
25,
25,
25,
25,
25,
25,
25,
40,
40,
40,
40,
40,
40,
40,
50,
50,
50,
50,
50,
PN 16
PN 25/40
PN 64/100
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
PN 400
PN 16
PN 25/40
PN 64/100
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
PN 400
PN 16
PN 25/40
PN 64
PN 100
PN 160
DIN 2527 Form B Flange DIN 2527 Form B Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form B Flange DIN 2527 Form B Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form B Flange
DIN 2527 Form B Flange
DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DG
DH
DJ
EA
EB
ED
EE
EF
EG
EH
EJ
FA
FB
FD
FE
FF
FG
FH
FJ
DN 50,
DN 50,
DN 50,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 80,
DN 100,
DN 100,
DN 100,
DN 100,
DN 100,
DN 100,
DN 100,
DN 100,
PN 250
PN 320
PN 400
PN 16
PN 25/40
PN 64
PN 100
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
PN 400
PN 16
PN 25/40
PN 64
PN 100
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
PN 400
DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form B Flange
DIN 2527 Form B Flange
DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form B Flange
DIN 2527 Form B Flange
DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange DIN 2527 Form E Flange Configuration/Style Codes A, D, P, R & S only.
Configuration/Style Codes D & P only.
LENGTH – PROBE MODELS 7xA, 7xB, 7xD, 7xF, 7XJ, 7xP, 7xR & 7xS
24" to 240" (60 cm to 610 cm) (7xS only: 180" (457 cm) maximum)
(unit of measure is determined by second digit of Model Number)
Examples: 24 inches = 024; 60 centimeters = 060
LENGTH – PROBE MODEL 7x1, 7x2, 7x5 & 7x7
3' to 75' (1 to 22 m) – (7x2, 7x5 & 7x7 only: 5' (1.5 m) minimum)
(unit of measure is determined by second digit of Model Number)
Examples: 30 feet = 030; 10 meters = 010
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7.6 References
1. FOUNDATION fieldbus™, A Pocket Guide Ian Verhappen, Augusto Pereira
2. FOUNDATION fieldbus™—System Engineering Guidelines, AG–181
Appendix – Transducer Block Parameters
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
PARAMETER NAME
BLOCK_STRUCTURE
ST_REV
TAG_DESC
STRATEGY
ALERT_KEY
MODE_BLK
BLOCK_ERR
UPDATE_EVT
BLOCK_ALM
TRANSDUCER_DIRECTORY
TRANSDUCER_TYPE
XD_ERROR
COLLECTION_DIRECTORY
LEVEL
LEVEL_UNIT
PROBE_LEVEL
PROBE_LEVEL_UNIT
SENSOR_VALUE
SENSOR_UNIT
SENSOR_OFFSET
CAL_TYPE
CAL_POINT_LO
CAL_POINT_HI
PROBE_LEVEL_LO
PROBE_LEVEL_HI
LEVEL_OFFSET
SENSOR_HIGH_LIMIT
SENSOR_LOW_LIMIT
PROBE_MODEL
PROBE_MOUNT
MEASUREMENT_TYPE
PROBE_LENGTH
DIELECTRIC_RANGE
SENSITIVITY
BLOCKING_DISTANCE
SAFETY_ZONE_MODE
SAFETY_ZONE_HEIGHT
SAFETY_ZONE_LATCH_RESET
THRESHOLD
TRIM_LEVEL
VOLUME
VOLUME_UNIT
INTERFACE
INTERFACE_UNIT
UPPER_LIQUID_DIELECTRIC
INTERFACE_THRESHOLD
INTERFACE_VOLUME
INTERFACE_VOLUME_UNIT
STRAP_TABLE_LENGTH
TABLE_VOLUME_UNIT
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT01
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT02
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT03
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT04
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT05
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT06
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT07
PARAMETER LABEL
BLOCK STRUCT
ST REV
TAG DESC
STRATEGY
ALERT KEY
MODE BLK
BLOCK ERR
UPDATE EVT
BLOCK ALM
XD DIRECTORY
XD TYPE
XD ERROR
COLLECT DIR
Level
Level Unit
Probe Level
Probe Level Unit
Sensor Value
Sensor Unit
Sensor Offset
Cal Type
Cal Point Lo
Cal Point Hi
Probe Lvl Lo
Probe Lvl Hi
Level Offset
Sensor Hi Lmt
Sensor Lo Lmt
Probe Model
Probe Mount
Measurement Type
Probe Length
Dielctric Rng
Sensitivity
Blocking Distance
SafeZone Mode
SafeZone Ht
SZ Latch Rst
Threshold
Trim Level
Volume
Volume Unit
Interface
Ifc Unit
Upr Liq Diel
Ifc Threshld
Ifc Vol
Ifc Vol Unit
Strap Table Length
Table Volume Unit
StrapTbl Pt01
StrapTbl Pt02
StrapTbl Pt03
StrapTbl Pt04
StrapTbl Pt05
StrapTbl Pt06
StrapTbl Pt07
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ITEM
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60
61
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63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
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80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
PARAMETER NAME
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT08
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT09
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT10
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT11
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT12
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT13
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT14
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT15
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT16
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT17
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT18
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT19
STRAPPING_TABLE_POINT20
FID_TICKS
FID_SPREAD
LEVEL_TICKS
INTERFACE_TICKS
INTERFACE_MEDIUM
ENTER_PASSWORD
NEW_PASSWORD
DEVICE_STATUS
HISTORY_MESSAGE
HISTORY_CONTROL
RESET_HISTORY
FID_TYPE
FID_GAIN
WINDOW
CONVERSION_FACTOR
SCALE_OFFSET
NEGATIVE_THRESHOLD_AMPLITUDE
INTERFACE_THRESHOLD_AMPLITUDE
POSITIVE_THRESHOLD_AMPLITUDE
SIGNAL
COMPENSATION
DERATE_FACTOR
TARGET_AMPLITUDE
TARGET_TICKS
TARGET_CAL
TARGET_OPERATING_MODE
7XK_DISTANCE_CORRECTION
ELECTRONICS_TEMPERATURE
MAX_ELECTRONICS_TEMPERATURE
MIN_ELECTRONICS_TEMPERATURE
RESET_ELECTRONICS_TEMPERATURE
SAFETY_ZONE_HYSTERESIS
ECHO_SUMMARY
ECHO_DATA
ECHO_DATA_INDEX
WAVEFORM_SELECTION
STEAM_CAL_MOUNT
NON_VOL_STAT
DATE_CODE
MAGNETROL_SERIAL_NUMBER
FIRMWARE_VERSION
LOCAL_AI_DISPLAY
HF_CABLE
PARAMETER LABEL
StrapTbl Pt08
StrapTbl Pt09
StrapTbl Pt10
StrapTbl Pt11
StrapTbl Pt12
StrapTbl Pt13
StrapTbl Pt14
StrapTbl Pt15
StrapTbl Pt16
StrapTbl Pt17
StrapTbl Pt18
StrapTbl Pt19
StrapTbl Pt20
Fid Ticks
Fid Spread
Lvl Ticks
Ifc Ticks
Ifc Medium
Enter Password
New User Password
Device Status
History Message
History Control
Reset History
Fid Type
Fid Gain
Window
Conv Factor
Scale Offset
NegThrsh Ampl
IfcThrsh Ampl
PosThrsh Ampl
Signal
Compensation
Derate Factor
Target Amplitude
Target Ticks
Target Cal
Target OperMode
7XK Dist Corr
Elec Temp
Max Elec Temp
Min Elec Temp
Reset Elect Temp
SafeZone Hyst
Echo Summary
Echo Data
EchoData Indx
Waveform Selection
Steam Cal Mount
Non Vol Stat
Date Code
Magnetrol S/N
Firmware Ver
Local AI Display
HF Cable
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Enhanced Model 705
Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ Configuration Data Sheet
Copy blank page and store calibration data for future reference and troubleshooting.
Item
Vessel Name
Vessel #
Process Medium
Tag #
Electronics Serial #
Probe Serial #
Level
Volume (optional)
Interface (optional)
Interface Volume (opt.)
Probe Model
Probe Mount
Measurement Type
Sensor Units
Probe Length
Level Offset
Volume Units (opt.)
Strapping Table (opt.)
Dielectric
Sensitivity
Blocking Distance
Safety Zone Fault
Safety Zone Height
Safety Zone Alarm
Threshold
Interface Threshold
Level Trim
Level Ticks
A. I. Disp
Dev Addr
Interface Ticks (opt.)
Fid Ticks
<Software Version>
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Value
Value
Value
TROUBLESHOOTING
Working Value
Non-Working Value
57-640 Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Transmitter - FOUNDATION fieldbus™
Enhanced Model 705
Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ Configuration Data Sheet
Copy blank page and store calibration data for future reference and troubleshooting.
Item
Value
Value
Value
TROUBLESHOOTING
Working Value
Non-Working Value
FidTicks
FidSprd
Fid Type
HF Cable
Fid Gain
Window
Conv Fct
Scl Ofst
Neg Ampl
Pos Ampl
Signal
Compsate
DrateFct
Targ Ampl
Targ Tks
Targ Cal
OperMode
7xKCorr
ElecTemp
Max Temp
Min Temp
SZ Hyst
Name
Date
Time
57-640 Eclipse Guided Wave Radar Transmitter - FOUNDATION fieldbus™
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ASSURED QUALITY & SERVICE COST LESS
Service Policy
Return Material Procedure
Owners of Magnetrol may request the return of a control
or any part of a control for complete rebuilding or replacement. They will be rebuilt or replaced promptly. Controls
returned under our service policy must be returned by
Prepaid transportation. Magnetrol will repair or replace
the control at no cost to the purchaser (or owner) other
than transportation if:
So that we may efficiently process any materials that are
returned, it is essential that a “Return Material
Authorization” (RMA) number be obtained from the
factory prior to the material’s return. This is available
through Magnetrol local representative or by contacting
the factory. Please supply the following information:
1. Returned within the warranty period; and
2. The factory inspection finds the cause of the claim to
be covered under the warranty.
If the trouble is the result of conditions beyond our control; or, is NOT covered by the warranty, there will be
charges for labor and the parts required to rebuild or
replace the equipment.
In some cases it may be expedient to ship replacement
parts; or, in extreme cases a complete new control, to
replace the original equipment before it is returned. If this
is desired, notify the factory of both the model and serial
numbers of the control to be replaced. In such cases, credit for the materials returned will be determined on the
basis of the applicability of our warranty.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Company Name
Description of Material
Serial Number
Reason for Return
Application
Any unit that was used in a process must be properly
cleaned in accordance with OSHA standards, before it is
returned to the factory.
A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must accompany
material that was used in any media.
All shipments returned to the factory must be by prepaid
transportation.
All replacements will be shipped F.O.B. factory.
No claims for misapplication, labor, direct or consequential damage will be allowed.
Eclipse Guided Wave Radar transmitters may be protected by one or more of the following U.S. Patent Nos. US 6,062,095; US 6,247,362;
US 6,588,272; US 6,626,038; US 6,640,629; US 6,642,807; US 6,690,320; US 6,750,808; US 6,801,157. May depend on model.
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BULLETIN: 57-640.3
EFFECTIVE: April 2009
SUPERSEDES: May 2007