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User’s Manual ADMAG TI Series AXW Magnetic Flowmeter BRAIN Communication Type IM 01E24A02-01EN IM 01E24A02-01EN 4th Edition

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  • User’sManual ADMAG TI Series

    AXW Magnetic FlowmeterBRAIN Communication Type

    IM 01E24A02-01EN

    IM 01E24A02-01EN4th Edition

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    ADMAG TI SeriesAXW Magnetic FlowmeterBRAIN Communication Type

    IM 01E24A02-01EN 4th Edition

    4th Edition: Mar. 2020All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2017, Yokogawa Electric Corporation

    Contents1. Introduction ...................................................................................................4

    1.1 For Safe Use of Product ...................................................................................... 61.2 Warranty ................................................................................................................ 7

    2. Basic Operating Procedures .......................................................................82.1 Operation by Display unit ................................................................................... 82.2 DisplayandBasicConfiguration ....................................................................... 8

    2.2.1 Display .................................................................................................. 82.2.2 BasicConfigurationforDisplay ............................................................. 9

    2.3 Display Mode and Setting Mode ....................................................................... 112.4 Parameter Setting from Display Panel ............................................................ 12

    2.4.1 SettingexampleofSelecttype Data:Flowrateunit ............................................................................. 12

    2.4.2 SettingexampleofNumerictype Data: Flow rate span ........................................................................... 12

    2.4.3 SettingExampleofAlphanumerictype Data: Tag No. ...................................................................................... 13

    2.5 microSD Card Insertion/Removal .................................................................... 13

    3. OperationwithBRAINConfigurationTool ............................................. 143.1 ConnectingtheBRAINConfigurationTool ..................................................... 143.2 BT200 Operating Procedures .......................................................................... 15

    3.2.1 KeyLayoutandScreenDisplay .......................................................... 153.2.2 Key Descriptions ................................................................................. 153.2.3 FunctionKeys ..................................................................................... 16

    3.3 Calling Up Menu Addresses ............................................................................. 173.4 Parameter Update and Upload/ Download Function ..................................... 183.5 Parameter Setting .............................................................................................. 18

    3.5.1 SettingExampleforSelection-TypeData:Flowrateunits ................. 183.5.2 SettingExampleforNumeric-TypeData:Flowratespan .................. 193.5.3 SettingExampleforAlphanumeric-TypeData:TagNo. ..................... 19

    4. Functions ................................................................................................... 204.1 Basic Settings .................................................................................................... 21

    4.1.1 Overview ............................................................................................. 214.1.2 PVMappingofProcessValue ............................................................ 224.1.3 DisplayoftheProcessValue .............................................................. 22

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    4.1.4 Engineering Unit Setting ..................................................................... 224.1.5 Span Setting........................................................................................ 234.1.6 Damping Time Constant Setting ......................................................... 244.1.7 Low-cutFunctionSetting .................................................................... 244.1.8 Sensor’s Nominal Size Setting ........................................................... 254.1.9 Density Setting .................................................................................... 254.1.10 ZeroAdjustment .................................................................................. 26

    4.2 Totalization Function ......................................................................................... 274.2.1 TotalizedValueandUnitSetting ......................................................... 274.2.2 Totalized-ValueDisplayandTotalizerFunction .................................. 274.2.3 TotalizationSwitchFunction ............................................................... 284.2.4 TotalizerOperationatAlarmOccurrence ............................................ 284.2.5 TotalizationFunctionStart/StopSetting .............................................. 294.2.6 Totalization Direction Setting .............................................................. 294.2.7 TotalizedValueReset/PresetFunction ............................................... 30

    4.3 Pulse Output, Frequency Output, and Status Output .................................... 304.3.1 OutputsofI/O2,andI/O4Terminals ................................................... 304.3.2 PulseOutput/FrequencyOutputMapping ........................................ 304.3.3 PulseWidthSetting ............................................................................. 314.3.4 Active Direction Setting ....................................................................... 314.3.5 PulseRateSetting .............................................................................. 324.3.6 FrequencyOutputRangeSetting ....................................................... 324.3.7 StatusOutputFunctionSetting ........................................................... 33

    4.4 Status Input......................................................................................................... 344.4.1 ActiveDirectionSettingforStatusInput ............................................. 344.4.2 StatusInputFunctionSetting .............................................................. 34

    4.5 Current Output ................................................................................................... 354.5.1 CurrentOutputHigh/LowLimitFunction ............................................ 354.5.2 AbsoluteRangeFunction ................................................................... 354.5.3 AlarmOutputFunction ........................................................................ 364.5.4 CurrentOutputPriority ........................................................................ 364.5.5 CurrentValueAdjustmentFunction .................................................... 36

    4.6 Multi Range Function ........................................................................................ 374.6.1 MultiRangeTypes .............................................................................. 374.6.2 MultiRangeSetting ............................................................................. 374.6.3 MultiRangeOperation ........................................................................ 374.6.4 Forward/ReverseRange .................................................................... 384.6.5 CombinationofMultiRangeandForward/ReverseRange ............... 394.6.6 External Contact Range ...................................................................... 40

    4.7 Auxiliary Calculation Function ......................................................................... 404.7.1 FluidFlowDirectionSetting ................................................................ 404.7.2 RateLimitFunctionSetting ................................................................. 41

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    4.7.3 PulsingFlowSupportFunctionSetting .............................................. 424.7.4 PowerFrequencySynchronizationSetting ........................................ 42

    4.8 Alarm ................................................................................................................... 444.8.1 ErrorsandCountermeasures ............................................................. 444.8.2 Alarm Display Setting .......................................................................... 494.8.3 AlarmHistoryFunction........................................................................ 494.8.4 AlarmMaskFunction .......................................................................... 50

    4.9 Display ................................................................................................................. 544.9.1 LanguageSetting ................................................................................ 544.9.2 Display Item Setting ............................................................................ 544.9.3 Decimal-Point Position Setting ........................................................... 554.9.4 DisplayLineCountandScrollSettings ............................................... 554.9.5 Trend Graph Setting ........................................................................... 574.9.6 Other Setting ....................................................................................... 584.9.7 microSD Card Setting ......................................................................... 59

    4.10 Device Information ............................................................................................. 594.10.1 OrderInformation ................................................................................ 594.10.2 Device Revision .................................................................................. 604.10.3 MemoFunction ................................................................................... 60

    4.11 Self-diagnostic Function ................................................................................... 614.11.1 TypesofDiagnosisFunctions ............................................................. 614.11.2 AlarmHigh/LowLimitFunction ........................................................... 614.11.3 Electrode Adhesion Detection ............................................................ 624.11.4 Sensor Empty Check .......................................................................... 634.11.5 WiringConnectionDiagnosis ............................................................. 644.11.6 Verification(DeviceHealthDiagnosis)Function ................................ 64

    4.12 Test Mode ............................................................................................................ 664.12.1 Test Mode Setting ............................................................................... 664.12.2 TestTerminalandValueSetting .......................................................... 674.12.3 TestModeAutoReset ......................................................................... 67

    4.13 Event Management Function ............................................................................ 684.13.1 BackupFunction ................................................................................. 684.13.2 Restore/DuplicateFunction .............................................................. 694.13.3 BackupandRestoreParameters ....................................................... 724.13.4 DataLoggingFunction ........................................................................ 77

    4.14 Software Write Protection Function ................................................................ 78

    5. Parameters of Magnetic Flowmeter ........................................................ 795.1 Parameter Lists for Display and BRAIN Communication ............................. 805.2 Menu Tree of Display ....................................................................................... 116

    Revision Information ......................................................................................... 122

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    1. IntroductionThismanualprovidesthebasicguidelinesforbasicoperationofADMAGTI(TotalInsight)SeriesAXWmagneticflowmeterswithBRAINprotocol.For the items which are not covered in this manual,readtheapplicableuser’smanualsandgeneralspecificationsaslistedinTable1.1.ThesedocumentscanbedownloadedfromthewebsiteofYOKOGAWA.Toensurecorrectuseoftheinstrument,readthesemanualsthoroughlyandfullyunderstandhowtooperatetheinstrumentbeforeoperatingit.Formethodofcheckingthemodelandspecifications,readgeneralspecificationsaslistedin Table 1.1.Websiteaddress:http://www.yokogawa.com/fld/doc/ThesemanualscanbedownloadedfromthewebsiteofYOKOGAWAorpurchasedfromtheYOKOGAWArepresentatives.

    Table1.1 ManualandGeneralSpecificationsListModel Document Title Document No.

    AXW AXWG AXWW AXW4A AX01C

    ADMAG TI Series AXG/AXWMagneticFlowmeter Read Me First

    IM 01E21A21-01Z1

    ADMAG TI SeriesAXG/AXWMagneticFlowmeterSafetyManual

    IM 01E21A21-02EN

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter [Size:25to400mm(1to16in.)] InstallationManual

    IM 01E24A01-01EN

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter [Size:500to1800mm(20to72in.)] InstallationManual

    IM 01E25A01-01EN

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter [Size:25to1800mm(1to72in.)] MaintenanceManual

    IM 01E24A01-02EN

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter BRAINCommunicationType

    IM 01E24A02-01EN (thismanual)

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter HARTCommunicationType

    IM 01E24A02-02EN

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter [Size:25to400mm(1to16in.)] GeneralSpecifications

    GS 01E24A01-01EN

    ADMAG TI Series AXWMagneticFlowmeter [Size:500to1800mm(20to72in.)] GeneralSpecifications

    GS 01E25D11-01EN

    AXFA11GAXFSeries Magnetic Flowmeter Read Me First

    IM 01E20A21-01Z1

    AXFA11G AXFC

    AXFA11GRemoteConverter [HardwareEdition/SoftwareEdition] IM 01E20C01-01E

    AXFA11GRemoteConverter GeneralSpecifications GS 01E20C01-01E

    NOTEWhendescribingthemodelnamelikeAXWinthismanual,“”meansanyofthefollowing.ForAXW:

    025, 032, 040, 050, 065, 080, 100, 125, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400

    ForAXWGorAXWW:500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 10L, 11L, 12L, 13L, 14L, 15L, 16L, 18L

    Precautions Related to the Protection, Safety, and Alteration of the Instrument

    Thefollowingsafetysymbolmarksareusedinthismanualandinstrument.

    WARNING

    AWARNINGsigndenotesahazard.Itcallsattentiontoprocedure,practice,conditionorthelike,which,ifnotcorrectlyperformedoradheredto,couldresultininjuryordeathofpersonnel.

    CAUTIONA CAUTION sign denotes a hazard. It calls attentiontoprocedure,practice,conditionorthelike,which,ifnotcorrectlyperformedoradheredto,couldresultindamagetoordestructionofpartoralloftheproduct.

    IMPORTANTAn IMPORTANT sign denotes that attention is requiredtoavoiddamagetotheinstrumentorsystemfailure.

    NOTEANOTEsigndenotesinformationnecessaryforessentialunderstandingofoperationandfeatures.

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    ThefollowingsymbolsareusedintheInstrumentandthemanualtoindicatetheaccompanyingsafetyprecautions:

    Protectivegroundingterminal

    Functionalgroundingterminal(Thisterminalshouldnotbeusedasaprotectivegroundingterminal.)AlternatingcurrentDirectcurrentCautionThissymbolindicatesthattheoperatormustrefertoanexplanationintheuser’smanualinordertoavoidtheriskofinjuryordeathofpersonnelordamagetotheinstrument.

    Fortheprotectionandsafeuseoftheinstrumentandthesysteminwhichthisinstrumentisincorporated,besuretofollowtheinstructionsandprecautionsonsafetythatisstatedinuser’smanualaslistedinTable1.1wheneveryouhandletheinstrument.Takespecialnotethatifyouhandletheinstrumentinamannerthatviolatedtheseinstructions,theprotectionfunctionalityoftheinstrumentmaybedamagedorimpaired.Insuchcases,YOKOGAWAdoesnotguaranteethequality,performance,function,andsafetyofinstrument.

    Regarding This User’s Manual• Thismanualshouldbeprovidedtotheenduser.

    • Thecontentsofthismanualaresubjecttochangewithoutpriornotice.

    • Allrightsreserved.NopartofthismanualmaybereproducedinanyformwithoutYOKOGAWA’swrittenpermission.

    • YOKOGAWAmakesnowarrantyofanykindwithregardtothismanual,including,butnotlimitedto,impliedwarrantyofmerchantabilityandfitnessforaparticularpurpose.

    • Ifanyquestionarisesorerrorsarefound,orifanyinformationismissingfromthismanual,informthenearestYOKOGAWAsalesoffice.

    • Thespecificationscoveredbythismanualarelimitedtothoseforthestandardtypeunderthespecifiedmodelnumberbreak-downanddonotcovercustom-madeinstruments.

    • Notethatchangesinthespecifications,construction,orcomponentpartsoftheinstrumentmaynotimmediatelybereflectedinthismanualatthetimeofchange,providedthatpostponementofrevisionswillnotcausedifficultytotheuserfromafunctionalorperformancestandpoint.

    • Thismanualisintendedforthefollowingpersonnel;

    Engineersresponsibleforinstallationandwiringoftheinstrument.

    Personnelresponsiblefornormaldailyoperationoftheinstrument.

    • Toensurecorrectuse,readthismanualandtheapplicablemanualsaslistedinTable1.1thoroughlybeforestartingoperation.ReadthegeneralspecificationsaslistedinTable1.1foritsspecification.

    Trademarks:• AllthebrandsornamesofYokogawaElectric’s productsusedinthismanualareeithertrademarksorregisteredtrademarksofYokogawa Electric Corporation.

    • Allothercompanyandproductnamesmentionedinthismanualaretradenames,trademarksorregisteredtrademarksoftheirrespective companies.

    • Inthismanual,trademarksorregisteredtrademarks are not marked with ™ or ®.

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    1.1 For Safe Use of ProductFortheprotectionandsafeuseoftheinstrumentandthesysteminwhichthisinstrumentisincorporated,besuretofollowtheinstructionsandprecautionsonsafetythatisstatedinuser’smanualaslistedinTable1.1wheneveryouhandletheinstrument.Takespecialnotethatifyouhandletheinstrumentinamannerthatviolatedtheseinstructions,theprotectionfunctionalityoftheinstrumentmaybedamagedorimpaired.Insuchcases,YOKOGAWAshallnotbeliableforanyindirectorconsequentiallossincurredbyeitherusingornotbeingabletousetheInstrument.

    (1) General

    WARNING

    • Do not open the cover in wet weather or humidenvironment.Whenthecoverisopen,statedenclosureprotectionisnotapplicable.

    • Whenopeningthecover,waitformorethan20minutesafterturningoffthepower.Onlyexpert engineer or skilled personnel are per-mitted to open the cover.

    (2) Operation

    WARNING

    Besuretoenablethewriteprotectfunctiontopreventtheoverwritingofparametersafterfinishingparametersetting.In rare cases, the IR switches may respond unexpectedlytowaterdropsorextraneoussubstancesstickingonthesurfaceofdisplaypanel,duetotheoperatingprincipal.Thepossibilityofmalfunctionarisesafterrainorcleaning operation near the place where the flowmeterisinstalled.Turningonandofftheflashlightetc.towardstheIRswitchmayalsobeacauseofmalfunction.ReadtheinstallationmanualaslistedinTable1.1forthehardwarewriteprotectfunction,andSection4.14forthesoftwarewriteprotectfunction.

    (3) Maintenance

    WARNING

    • Ifdirt,dustorothersubstancessurfacesontheglassofdisplaycover,wipethemcleanwithasoftdrycloth.

    • Maintenanceofthisflowmetershouldbeimplemented in a maintenance service shop where the necessity tools and environment condition are provided.

    Thenecessityofthisenvironmentalconditionisthatambienttemperatureis5to40°C(themaximumrelativehumidityis80%fortem-perature5to31°C,anddecreasinglinearlyto50%relativehumidityat40°C).

    (4) microSD Card

    IMPORTANT• DonotstoreorusethemicroSDcardinplaces

    with static electricity, near electrically charged objects, or where electrical noise is present. Doingsocanresultinshockordamage.

    • DonotdisassembleormodifythemicroSDcard.

    • Do not physically shock, bend, or pinch the microSD card.

    • Duringreading/writingofdata,donotturnoffthepower,applyvibrationorshock,orpulloutthecard.Datacancorruptorbepermanentlylost.

    • Use only micro SD cards sold by YOKOGA-WA.Operationcannotbeguaranteedwhenothercardsareused.

    • WheninsertingthemicroSDcardintotheinstrument,makesuretoorientthemicroSDcardcorrectly(faceupordown)andinsertitsecurely.Ifnotinsertedcorrectly,themicroSDcardwillnotberecognizedbytheinstrument.

    • DonottouchthemicroSDcardwithwethands.

    • DonotusethemicroSDcardifitisdustyordirty.

    • ThemicroSDcardcomesformatted.IfyouwanttoformatthemicroSDcard,usetheinstrument’sFormatfunction.

    • YOKOGAWAprovidesnowarrantyfordam-ageto,orlossofdatarecordedonthemi-croSDcard,regardlessofthecauseofsuchdamage or loss.

    Werecommendmakingbackupcopiesofyourdata.

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    1.2 Warranty• The warranty shall cover the period noted on thequotationpresentedtothepurchaseratthetimeofpurchase.Problemsoccurredduringthewarrantyperiodshallbasicallyberepairedfreeofcharge.

    • Incaseofproblems,thecustomershouldcontacttheYOKOGAWArepresentativefromwhichtheinstrumentwaspurchased,orthenearestYOKOGAWAoffice.

    • Ifaproblemariseswiththisinstrument,pleaseinformusofthenatureoftheproblemandthecircumstancesunderwhichitdeveloped,includingthemodelspecificationandserialnumber.Anydiagrams,dataandotherinformationyoucanincludeinyourcommunicationwillalsobehelpful.

    • ResponsiblepartyforrepaircostfortheproblemsshallbedeterminedbyYOKOGAWAbasedonourinvestigation.

    • ThePurchasershallbeartheresponsibilityforrepaircosts,evenduringthewarrantyperiod,ifthemalfunctionisdueto:- Improperand/orinadequatemaintenancebythepurchaser.

    - Failureordamageduetoimproperhandling,useorstoragewhichisoutofdesignconditions.

    - UseoftheproductinquestioninalocationnotconformingtothestandardsspecifiedbyYOKOGAWA,orduetoimpropermaintenanceoftheinstallationlocation.

    - FailureordamageduetomodificationorrepairbyanypartyexceptYOKOGAWAoranapprovedrepresentativeofYOKOGAWA.

    - Malfunctionordamagefromimproperrelocationoftheproductinquestionafterdelivery.

    - Reasonofforcemajeuresuchasfires,earthquakes,storms/floods,thunder/lightening,orothernaturaldisasters,ordisturbances,riots,warfare,orradioactivecontamination.

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    2. Basic Operating Procedures2.1 Operation by Display unitTheparametersettingsfromdisplayunitcanbecarriedoutusingthethreeIR(infra-red)switches-namely,the[SET][SHIFT]and[▼]switches.TheIRswitchesenabletheusertosetparametersfromtheoutsideoftheglassofthedisplaycover.ThissectionprovidesdescriptionsofbasicparameterconfigurationandoperationprocesuresofIRswitches.ThisinstrumentcanbealsooperatedusingthededicatedhandheldterminalortheFieldMate(VersatileDeviceManagementWizard).Foroperationindetails,readChapter4orthehardware/softwareedition(forAXFA11)aslistedin Table 1.1.

    WARNING

    Besuretoenablethewriteprotectfunctiontopreventtheoverwritingofparametersafterfinishingparametersetting.In rare cases, the IR switches may respond unexpectedlytowaterdropsorextraneoussubstancesstickingonthesurfaceofdisplaypanel,duetotheoperatingprincipal.Thepossibilityofmalfunctionarisesafterrainorcleaning operation near the place where the flowmeterisinstalled.Turningonandofftheflashlightetc.towardstheIRswitchmayalsobeacauseofmalfunction.ReadtheinstallationmanualaslistedinTable1.1forthehardwarewriteprotectfunction,andSection4.14forthesoftwarewriteprotectfunction.

    IMPORTANTOperatethedisplayunitundertheconditionwheredirectsunlight,etc...donotshinetotheIR switches directly when the parameter setting operationiscarriedout.

    NOTE• Always keep the cover closed and operate the settingswitchesfromtheoutsideoftheglasswindow.

    • Ifdirt,dustorothersubstancessurfacesontheglassofdisplaycover,wipethemcleanwithasoftdrycloth.

    • Theoperationwithdirtyglovesmaycauseaswitch response error.

    NOTEThelanguageonthedisplayissetto“English”asdefaultatthefactoryshipment.SelecttheadequatelanguagereferringtoSubsection2.2.2andSubsection4.9.1.Themenupassofthedisplayonthismanualisselectedto“English”.

    2.2 Display and Basic Configuration

    ThedisplayunitofAXWIntegralFlowmeterandAXW4ARemotetransmitterhasvariousfunctionsbelow.

    2.2.1 Display

    22.000mA0.0%

    0.00000m/s00 : 00

    VEL

    FLP

    A01SET SFT INC

    Status icon and time

    Data display(Abbreviation: see Table 2.2.1)Switch On/Off status(On: inverted)IR switches

    F0201.ai

    microSD card(Optional code: /MC)

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    (1) Basic operation of IR switchesTheoperationfromdisplaypanelisdonebyusingthethreeIRswitches;[SET],[SHIFT]and[▼].Thecombinationofthetwoswitchesprovidesadifferentfunction,andthefunctionisindicatedonthedisplay.

    IR switch (Note 1)

    Indicate of switch (Note 2)

    Function

    [SET►] SET▪Applyparameter(Note3)▪Enterdata(Note3)▪Movetonextmenu

    [SHIFT] SFT ▪Movecursorright (Numerictypeparameter)

    [▼] INC

    ▪Movecursordown (Selecttypeparameter)▪Incrementvalue (Numerictypeparameter)▪Changepositionofdecimalpoint(Numerictypeparameter)

    [SHIFT]+[▼](=[▲]) DEC

    ▪Movecursorup (Selecttypeparameter)▪Decrementvalue (Numerictypeparameter)

    SHIFT+SET►(=[ESC◄]) ESC

    ▪Cancel▪Backtopreviousmenu

    Note1: [A]+[B](=[C]):Thefunctionischangedtoswitch[C]whenswitch[B]ispushedwhilepushingswitch[A].

    Note2: [SET],[SFT],[INC],[DEC]and[ESC]indicatetheassignedfunctioninaccordancewithdisplaymodeatthat time.

    Note3: “Apply”and“Enter”areexecutedbypushing[SET]twice.Iftheexecutiondoesnotworkproperly,releasethefingerfromthedisplayglasscompletelyafterthefirstpushof[SET],andthenmakethesecondpush.

    (2) Status iconsIcon Contents Icon Contents

    WriteprotectInvalid WriteprotectValid

    DeviceBusy DeviceFaultReadyformicroSDcard

    Accessing microSD card

    Disable to access microSD card Uploading parameters

    Downloading parameters Trendgraphexecuting

    BRAINcommunication Settingalarmoccurs

    Systemalarmoccurs Informationoccurs

    Processalarmoccurs Operation level:Operator

    Warningoccurs Operation level:Specialist

    Display Damping Valid Operation level:Maintenance

    (3) Data indication partTheprocessvaluesareavailabletoselect8itemsmaximumonthedisplay.Itispossibletoindicate4itemsmaximumonthedisplayatthesametime,and the rest 4 items are able to show by scrolling.

    Table 2.2.1 Abbreviation table of process values to be indicated on the display.

    Abbreviation ContentsFLP(*1) Flowrate%PRV(*1) ProcessvalueVEL(*1) Flow velocityVFL(*1) VolumetricflowMFL(*1) MassflowFLB Flowratein%bargraphTL1(*1) Totalizationvalue1TL2(*1) Totalizationvalue2TL3(*1) Totalizationvalue3TAG Tag No.COM CommunicationprotocolADH AdhesiondiagnosticLevel(AlarmatLevel4)AO1(*1) Analogoutputvalue1

    *1: Availabletodisplaytheonlinetrendgraph.

    NOTEThePRV(PVvalue),FLP(flowrate%),VEL(flowvelocity),VFL(volumeflow),andMFL(massflow)arenotaffectedbythelowcutfunctionforanalogoutput.Theirvaluesaredisplayedastheyare.

    2.2.2 BasicConfigurationforDisplayForparamtersettingfromdisplaypanel,configurableparametersdifferbythethreeoperationallevelsspecfiedinTable2.2.2,andapasscode is needed to enter into Setting mode. Nopasscoderequiresfor“Operator”,andapasscodecorrespondingtoeachlevelrequiresfor“Maintenance”or“Specialist”.For parameter in details, read Section 4.9.

    Table 2.2.2 Parameter setting from display panel and operation level

    Operation Level

    Reading parameters Writing parameters

    Operator All parameters Parameters related with basic display settingsincludingdisplaylanguage.

    Maintenance All parameters ParametersallowedforOperatorlevel.ParametersrelatedwithZeroadjustment.

    Specialist All parameters All Parameters

    Thefollowingparametersareavailableto“Operator”levelwithoutpasscode.

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    (1) Display Language SettingDisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Language

    Thelanguageonthedisplayissetto“English”asdefaultatthefactoryshipment.Selecttheadequatelanguage.

    Theselectabledisplaylanguageisdifferentbythemodelandsuffixcode(displaycode)specifiedwhen ordering.Positionofthedisplaycode:

    Integral type:AXW--AXWG---

    Remote transmitter:AXW4A-

    Display code Selectable display language1 English, French, German, Italian, Spanish,

    Portuguese,Japanese,orRussian2 English or Chinese

    (2) Display Contrast Setting (shading)DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Displayset►Optionalconfig►Contrast

    Availabletochangethecontrastofthedisplay.

    Setting item Contents-5to+5 Setthecontrastofthedisplay

    (Thevalueissmall:Low,andthevalueisbig:High)

    (3) Display Line SettingDisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Displayset►Optionalconfig► Line mode

    Availabletoselectthenumberoflinesofprocessvaluetobeindicatedonthedisplay.Uptofourlinescanbedisplayedatthesametime.The character size changes depending on the numberofline.

    Setting item Contents1line(big) Numberofdisplayableprocessvalue:One(without

    unit)1 line Numberofdisplayableprocessvalue:One(withunit)2 line Numberofdisplayableprocessvalues:Two3 line Numberofdisplayableprocessvalues:Three4 line Numberofdisplayableprocessvalues:Four

    Table 2.2.3 Display line setting and display exampleLines of display Example 1 Example 2

    1line(big)F0202.ai

    0.50000 00 : 00

    VEL

    SET SFT INC

    F0207.ai

    00 : 00FNL

    SET SFT INC

    *Flownoisestatusisdisplayed. (Statuslabelisnotdisplayed.)

    1 lineF0203.ai

    0.50000 00 : 00

    VEL

    SET SFT INC

    m/s

    F0208.ai

    00 : 00FNL

    SET SFT INCNormal

    *Flownoisestatusandstatuslabel are displayed.

    2 line

    F0204.ai

    0.500050.0

    m/s

    %

    00 : 00VEL

    SET SFT INC

    FLP

    F0209.ai

    00 : 00FNL

    SET SFT INC

    NormalLong tag 123456789ABCDEFGabcdefg

    LTG

    3 line

    F0205.ai

    0.5000050.0

    12.00

    m/s%

    mA

    00 : 00VEL

    FLPAO1

    SET SFT INC

    F0210.ai

    00 : 00FNL

    SET SFT INC

    NormalLong tag 1234567...TAG12345

    LTGTAG

    4 line

    F0206.ai

    0.5000050.0

    12.000

    m/s

    %

    mANormal

    00 : 00VEL

    AO1FNL

    SET SFT INC

    FLP

    F0211.ai

    00 : 00FNL

    SET SFT INC

    NormalLong tag 1234567...TAG12345

    LTGTAG

    (4) Date Display Formant SettingDisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Displayset►Optionalconfig► Format date

    Thedatedisplayformatcanbespecifiedbelow.Setting item Contents

    MM/DD/YYYY Displaysthedatein"month/day/year".DD/MM/YYYY Displaysthedatein"day/month/year".YYYY/MM/DD Displaysthedatein"year/month/day".

    The date needs to be set every time when the poweristurnedon.In case the date is not set:• BRAINcommunication:Datecountingstartsfromthedatestoredinthememory.

    (5) Inverse Display SettingDisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Displayset►Optionalconfig►Inversion

    Availabletochangefromnormaldiplaytowhite/black reverse display.

    Setting item ContentsNormal Characters in the display is Black.Inverse Outlinecharacters

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    2.3 Display Mode and Setting Mode

    ThedevicerunsintheDisplayModewhenthepoweristurnedon.Forcheckorchangeofparameters,theSettingModemustbeactivated.ThefollowingprocesureexplainshowtochangetotheSettingMode.ForthefunctionofIRswitches,readSubsection2.2.1.

    [Procedure]1) Turnonthepowerandwaitforseveralseconds

    to move to display mode.

    F0212.ai

    0.00000m/s0.00000l/min

    00 : 00PRV

    VEL

    FLBSET SFT INC

    2) Keeptouching[SET]switchfortwoseconds.ThescreenmovestothemenuofOperationLevel.

    F0213.ai

    Operation level Maintenance Specialist Exit

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    3) Selectanappropreateoperationlevelbymovingthecursorwith[INC]or[DEC]switch. Passcodeisnotnecessaryfor“Operator”.For“Maintenance”and“Specialist”,passcodeisnecessaryforeach. Forpasscodesetting,[SFT]isforpositionchange,and[INC]isfornumber,thentwice[SET]isforentrycompletion. Thedefaultpasscodeatthefactoryshipmentissetto“0000”.

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    Pass code **** 0000 0000 9999

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    4) WhentheOperationLevelisdetermined,thescreenmovesto“Devicesetup”astheSettingModewhereparameterscanbeconfigured.

    5) Aftercompletingparametersetting,push[ESC]switch.ThescreenreturnstotheDisplayMode.

    [PasscodeConfirmationandChange]Theconfirmationandchangeofthepasscodeareallowedonlybyparametersettingfromthedisplayunit.DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Accesscfg►ChgmainteDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Accesscfg►Chgspecial

    (1) Passcodefor“Maintenance”operationlevel Tochangethepasscode(Maintenancecode),“Maintenance”or“Specialist”astheoperationallevelisrequired.

    (2) Passcodefor“Specialist”operationlevel Tochangethepasscode(Specialistcode),“Maintenance”or“Specialist”astheoperationallevelisrequired.

    IMPORTANTDisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Wizard

    WhenparametersarechangedintheWizardofEasysetup,“Settingdownload”inthemenuofeachparametermustbeexecutedafterparameterischanged.Withouttheexecution,anyparameterchanged is not stored into the device.

    NOTEIf10minutespastwithoutoperationintheSettingMode, the screen goes back to the Display Mode.

    Parameter form

    Therearethreetypesofparameterformbelow.Type Example of display Contents

    Select type

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    Unit m3 l(liter) cm3▲

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Selecttheadequatedatafromamongalternativeswhich are detemined in advance.

    Numerictype

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    Span +7200.00 +2200.00 +0.00001 +999999

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Specifythedatawithacombinationofnumberandadecimal point into each digit.

    Alphanumerictype

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    Tag No FT-1234 FT-1234

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Configurethedatawithacombinationofalphanumericcharacters.(TagNo.,Specialunit,etc…)

    Thealphanumerictypeindicatesalphanumericcharactersinthefollowingorder.0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;[email protected][\]^_`{|}~"space"

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    2.4 Parameter Setting from Display Panel

    Thissectionexplainshowtospecifytheparametersfromdisplaypanel.Select“Specialist”attheOperationLevelreferringtoSection2.3.AndselecttheparameterstobespecifiedintheSettingMode.

    NOTEForthedevicewiththeorderinginformationspecifiedatordering,thespecifiedparameters(flowspanandunit,tagnumber,etc.)arestoredinthedeviceatthefactoryshipment.Withouttheorderinginformationspecified,parametersettingneedstobedonebyuser.

    2.4.1 Setting example of Select type Data: Flow rate unit

    ThefollowingistheprocedureofchangingtheflowrateunitasSelecttypeparameter.Theflowrateunitneedstobespecifiedwith“Physicalunit”and“Timeunit”individually.Whentheflowrateunitneedstobeset“l/min”,select“l(litter)”atthePhysicalunitand“/min”attheTimeunit.DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►Volume►UnitDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►Volume►TimeUnit

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    Volume Damp pls/ttl Unit Time unit

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    SpecifythePhysicalunitforvolumetricflow.Movecursorwith[INC]and[DEC]accordingtothemenupathabove,andselectthe“unit”thenpush[SET].

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    Unit m3 l(liter) cm3▲

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Movecursorwith[INC]and[DEC],andselectthe“l(liter)”thenpush[SET].Astheselectedunitisblinking,push[SET]todetermin.Thescreenreturnstothesettingpage.

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    Volume Unit Time unit Span

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    SpecifytheTimeunitforvolumetricflow.Movecursorwith[INC]and[DEC]accordingtothemenupathabove,andselectthe“Timeunit”thenpush[SET].

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    Time unit /s /min /h

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Movecursorwith[INC]and[DEC],andselectthe“/min”thenpush[SET].Astheselectedunitisblinking,push[SET]todetermin.Thescreenreturnstothesettingpageafterthesetting.

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    0.00000m/s0.00000l/min

    00 : 00PRV

    VEL

    FLBSET SFT INC

    Aftercompletingtheparametersetting,push[ESC]thenthescreenreturnstotheDisplayMode.

    NOTEBesuretosettheFlowrateunitinthebeginningwhentheFlowrateunitandFlowspanvaluearechanged at the same time.Whentheunitischanged,thevalueofflowratespanisconvertedtorelatedvaluesautomaticallyaccordingtotheunitchange.

    2.4.2 Setting example of Numeric type Data: Flow rate span

    ThefollowingistheprocedureofchangingtheFlowratespanasNumerictypeparameter.DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►Volume►Span

    NOTEBesuretosettheFlowrateunitinthebeginningwhentheFlowrateunitandFlowspanvaluearechanged at the same time.Whentheunitischanged,thevalueofflowratespanisconvertedtorelatedvaluesautomaticallyaccordingtotheunitchange.

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    Volume Time unit /h Span +7200.00 Setting download

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    SpecifytheFlowratespanunit.Movecursorwith[INC]and[DEC]accordingtothemenupathabove,andselectthe“Span”thenpush[SET].

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    Span +7200.00 +2200.00 +0.00001 +999999

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Theswitch'sfunctionalityofsettingtheFlowrate span is as below: Plus/minusandmumericchange:[INC]Movementondigits:[SFT]Determinationofparameter:[SET]L:MinimumvalueU:MaximumvaluePush[SET]todecidewhilethevalueofFlowratespanisblinking.Thescreenreturnstothesettingpageafterthesetting.

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    2.4.3 Setting Example of Alphanumeric type Data: Tag No.

    ThefollowingistheprocedureofchangingtheTagNo.asAlphanumerictypeparameter.DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Deviceinfo►Orderinfo►TagNo.

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    Device info Date/Time Order info Ver/Num info

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    SpecifytheTagNo..Movecursorwith[INC]and[DEC]accordingtothemenupathabove,andselectthe“Orderinfo”thenpush[SET].

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    Tag No FT-1234 FT-1234

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    ForTagNo.,upto8characterscanbeenteredfromdisplaypanel. Theswitch'sfunctionalityofsettingtheFlowrate span is as below: Plus/minusandmumericchange:[INC]Movementondigits:[SFT]Determinationofparameter:[SET]Available characters: ASCII charactersPush[SET]todecidewhilethevalueofTagNo.isblinking.Thescreenreturnstothesettingpageafterthesetting.

    2.5 microSD Card Insertion/Removal

    For the device with optional code MC, by setting the dedicated microSD card into the slot on the display unit,theparametersettingcanbestoredintoit.Thestored data can be restored to the device. For the detailedfunction,readChapter4.

    WARNING

    UseonlymicroSDcardssoldbyYOKOGAWA.Operationcannotbeguaranteedwhenothercardsareused.

    (1) microSD Card InsertionCarefullyinsertthededicatedmicroSDcardintotheslotonthedisplayunituntiltheslotholdsthecard.(seeFigure2.5).

    22.000mA0.0%

    0.00000m/s 00 : 00

    VEL

    FLP

    AO1SET SFT INC

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    microSD card

    Figure 2.5 microSD Card Insertion

    (2) microSD Card RemovalThemicroSDisremovedfromtheslotbypushingit.TopreventfromlosingthemicroSDcard,becarefulto handle the card.

    IMPORTANTIfthemicroSDcardisremovedwithoutexecutionof“Unmount”onparametersetting,itmayresultinthecorruptionofstoreddataandtheabnormaloperationofdevice.

    DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►microSD►Unmount

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    3. OperationwithBRAINConfigurationTool

    ThischapterdescribestheconnectionofthisinstrumentandBRAINconfigurationtool(BRAINTERMINAL(BT200)orFieldMate(VersatileDeviceManagementWizard)),andtheoperationusingBT200.Readtheuser’smanualofBT200(IM01C00A11-01E)fordetailsabouttheBT200.Readtheuser’smanualofFieldMate(IM01R01A01-01E)fordetailsabouttheFieldMate.

    3.1 Connecting the BRAIN ConfigurationTool

    Thecommunicationsignalissuperimposedontothe 4 to 20 mA DC analog signal to be transmitted.TheBRAINconfigurationtoolcaninterfacewiththisdevicefromthecontrolroom,thisdevicesite,or any other wiring termination point in the loop, providedthereisaminimumloadresistanceof250Ωbetweentheconnectionandthereceivinginstrument.Tocommunicate,itmustbeconnectedinparallelwiththisdevice,andtheconnectionsmustbenon-polarized.SeeFigure3.1.

    4 to 20 mA DCSignal Transmission Line DistributorTerminalBoard

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    Iout+Iout-

    USBFieldMate

    Modem

    USB

    PC/FieldMate

    Magnetic FlowmeterTerminal Box

    Relaying Terminals

    Control Room

    LoadResistance

    250 to 450 Ω

    Table3.1 ConnectingtheBRAINConfigurationTool

    IMPORTANTCommunicationsignalissuperimposedonanalogoutputsignal.Itisrecommendedtosetalow-passfilter(approximately0.1s)tothereceiverinordertoreducetheoutputeffectfromcommunicationsignal.Beforeonlinecommunication,confirmthatcommunicationsignaldoesnotgiveeffectontheuppersystem.

    IMPORTANTRestrictions exist with regard to the distance overwhichcommunicationispossible.ReadthegeneralspecificationsaslistedinTable1.1.

    AfterconnectingtheBT200,checkthatitoperatesproperly.(1) WhentheBT200isturnedon,themessage

    “Pleasewait...”isdisplayedforseveralseconds, and then press the Enter key.

    (2) Initialdatascreenisdisplayed. Pressthefunctionkey“F4”[OK]ortheEnterkey.

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    PARAM01:MODEL 02:TAG NO 03:SELF CHECK GOOD

    OK

    Initial data screen

    [01:MODEL]:Modelcode[02:TAGNO]:TagNo.

    (Ifspecifieduponorderinginformation)

    [03:SELFCHECK]:Self-diagnostics“GOOD”or“ERROR”

    (3) Whenthemenuscreenisdisplayed,theparameterscansetusingtheBT200.

    Sincecommunicationswillbeunsuccessfulifthere is a problem in the connection to the BT200, “communicationerror”isdisplayed.

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    MENUA:DISPLAYB:EASY SETUPC:BASIC SETUPD:TOTAL SETE:PULSE OUTF:STATUS I/OHOME SET ADJ ESC

    communication error

    ESC

    Menu screen Communication error (Faulty wiring)

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    3.2 BT200 Operating Procedures 3.2.1 Key Layout and Screen Display

    Alphanumeric keys• Enter numbers• Enter alphabetic

    characters in combination with the shift keys.

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    Power ON/OFF key

    Shift keys

    Screen Display(21 characters × 8 lines)

    Movement keys• Move the cursor• Change pages

    Function keysUsed to execute commands displayed at the bottom of the screen.(See Table 3.2.)

    Enter key• Enter selected

    items• Set up input

    data on the connected instrument.

    • Run BT200 functions.

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    Menu(Max: 6 lines)

    Menu screen

    Screen title Function commands

    Parameter(Max: 3 items)

    Function commands

    Parameter screen

    MENUA:DISPLAYB:EASY SETUPC:BASIC SETUPD:TOTAL SETE:PULSE OUTF:STATUS I/OHOME SET ADJ ESC

    PARAMA10:FLOW RATE(%) 0.0%A20:FLOW RATE 0.00000m3/hA21:FLW RATE(mA) 0.000mADATA DIAG PRNT ESC

    3.2.2 Key DescriptionsUsethealphanumerickeysinconjunctionwiththeshiftkeystoenternumbers,symbols,andalphabetic characters.

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    (1) Entering Numbers, Spaces and HyphenSimplypressthealphanumerickeys.

    Entry Key-in sequence

    –4

    0.3

    1 –9F0307.ai

    (2) Entering Alphabetic CharactersPresseithertheleftorrightshiftkeyandthenanalphanumerickeytoenterthedesiredalphabeticcharacter.Theshiftkeymustbepressedeachtimean alphabetic character is entered.

    Entry

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    (3) Entering Uppercase and LowercaseUsethefunctionkey“F2”[CAPS]toselectuppercaseandlowercase(foralphabeticcharactersonly).Thecasetogglesbetweenuppercaseandlowercaseeachtime“F2”[CAPS]ispressed.

    Entering lowercase CODE caps CLR ESC

    Entering uppercase CODE CAPS CLR ESC

    Entry

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    (4) Entering SymbolsUsethefunctionkey“F1”[CODE]toentersymbols.Thefollowingsymbolswillappearinsequence,oneatatime,atthecursoreachtime“F1”[CODE]ispressed:/.−,+*)(’&%$#“!

    To enter characters next to these symbols, press movementkeytomovethecursor.

    Entry Key-in Sequence

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    3.2.3 Function KeysThefunctionsofthefunctionkeysdependonthefunctioncommandsondisplay.

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    Function commands

    Function keys

    MENUA:DISPLAYB:EASY SETUPC:BASIC SETUPD:TOTAL SETE:PULSE OUTF:STATUS I/OHOME SET ADJ ESC

    Table 3.2 Function Command

    Command Function ADJ DisplaystheADJmenu

    CAPS/caps SelectsuppercaseorlowercaseCODE Selects symbols CLR ErasesinputdataordeletesalldataDATA Updates parameter data DEL Deletes one character DIAG Callstheself-checkpanelESC ReturnstothemostrecentdisplayHOME Displaysthemenupanel

    NO QuitssetupandreturnstothepreviousdisplayOK Proceeds to the next panel

    PRAM EnterstheparameternumbersetupmodeSET DisplaystheSETmenu

    SLOT ReturnstotheslotselectionpanelUTIL Callstheutilitypanel

    *COPY Printsoutparametersondisplay*FEED Paperfeed*LIST Listsallparametersinthemenu

    *PON/POFF Automaticprintoutmodeonoroff*PRNT Changes to the print mode *GO Starts printing *STOP Cancels printing

    *AvailableonBT200-P00(withprinter).

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    3.3 Calling Up Menu AddressesCallingupmenuaddressesisasfollows.Pressmovementkeystomovethecursor.Usefunctionkeysandenterkeytomovethescreen.

    "HOME" menu screen "SET" menu screen

    Utility screen

    Function screen

    "ADJ" menu screen

    [UTIL]

    [SET]

    [ESC]

    [ADJ]

    The utility screen contains the following items.1. ID settings for BT2002. Security code settings3. Selecting language of messages4. Display contrast settings for BT2005. Adjusting printout tone (BT200-P00 only)

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    Startupscreen

    Initial datascreen

    Menuscreen

    Parameterscreen

    Setupscreen

    MENUA:DISPLAYB:EASY SETUPC:BASIC SETUPD:TOTAL SETE:PULSE OUTF:STATUS I/OHOME SET ADJ ESC

    MENUB:EASY SETUPC:BASIC SETUPD:TOTAL SETE:PULSE OUTF:STATUS I/OG:ANALOG I/OHOME SET ADJ ESC

    MENUL:DIAGNOSISM:TESTN:EVENT MANAGEP:PROTECT

    HOME SET ADJ ESC

    PARAMA10:FLOW RATE(%) 0.0%A20:FLOW RATE 0.00000m3/hA21:FLW RATE(mA) 0.000mADATA DIAG PRNT ESC

    PARAMB10:LANGUAGE EnglishB20:VOL DMP A/F 0.0sB21:VOL DMP P/T 0.0sDATA DIAG PRNT ESC

    PARAML10:ADHESION CHK EnableL11:ADH LEVEL1 0.10MohmL12:ADH LEVEL2 0.50MohmDATA DIAG PRNT ESC

    SETL10:ADHESION CHK Enable

    ESC

    FUNC1.MENU2.UPLOAD TO HHT3.DOWNLOAD TO INST4.PRINT ALL DATA

    HOME SET ADJ

    UTILITY1.ID2.SECURITY CODE3.LANGUAGE SELECT4.LCD CONTRAST5.PRINTER ADJUST

    ESC

    PARAM01:MODEL 02:TAG NO

    03:SELF CHECK GOOD

    OK

    --WELCOME--BRAIN TERMINAL ID:

    check connectionpush ENTER key

    UTIL FEED

    SETB10:LANGUAGE English

    ESC

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    3.4 Parameter Update and Upload/ Download Function

    (1) Updating ParametersThedisplayofthefollowingparametersareupdatedautomaticallyeverysevenseconds.

    Item Name Item NameA10 FLOWRATE(%) I54 ALM RECORD3A20 FLOWRATE I55 ALM TIME3A21 FLWRATE(mA) I56 ALM RECORD4A30 TOTAL1 I57 ALM TIME4A31 TOTAL2 K02 OPERATE TIMEA32 TOTAL3 K03 CUR DATEA33 TOTAL1 CNT K04 CUR TIMEA34 TOTAL2 CNT L16 ADHMEASVALA35 TOTAL3 CNT L17 ADHSTATUSC40 VELOCITYCHK L41 IEXCOILRF14 SI3 STATE L42 ELEC VOL AH22 IEXPWRFREQ L43 ELEC VOL BH23 MESPWRFREQ L44 EMPTY STSI50 ALM RECORD1 N21 RESTORE RSLTI51 ALM TIME1 P20 WRTPROTECTI52 ALM RECORD2 P23 SOFT SEALI53 ALM TIME2

    (2) Upload/Download FunctionTheuploadfunctionisusedforcopyingtheparametersoftheinstrumenttoaBT200.ThedownloadfunctionisusedforsettingthecopiedparametersintheBT200intootherinstrument.Thefollowingparametersareavailable.

    Item Name Item NameB10/J32 LANGUAGE B31/E14 P1 RATE VALB20/C12 VOLDMPA/F B32/E17 F1AT0%B21/C13 VOLDMPP/T B33/E18 F1AT100%B22/C32 VOL F UNIT B40/J10 LINE1 SELB23/C35 TIME UNIT B41/J11 LINE2 SELB24/C36 VOL F SPAN B42/J12 LINE3 SELB30/E13 P1 RATE UNIT B50/C51 AUTOZEROEXE

    3.5 Parameter SettingThissectiondescribesproceduresforsettingparametersusingtheBT200.

    IMPORTANTAftersettingandsendingdatawiththeBT200,wait30secondsbeforeturningoffthemagneticflowmeter.Ifitisturnedofftoosoon,thesettingswillnotbestoredinthemagneticflowmeter.

    IMPORTANTBesuretoenablethewriteprotectfunctiontopreventtheoverwritingofparametersafterfinishingparametersetting.ReadtheinstallationmanualaslistedinTable1.1forthehardwarewriteprotectfunction,andSection4.14forthesoftwarewriteprotectfunction.

    NOTEBeforeupdatinganysetting,besuretocheckthedatacontentyouwanttochangeasdescribed in Chapter 5.

    3.5.1 Setting Example for Selection-Type Data: Flow rate units

    Aprocedureofchangingflowunit[B22:VOLFUNIT]from“m3”to“l(liter)”isasfollows;(1) Moveto[B:EASYSETUP]→[B22:VOLF

    UNIT].(2) Movetosetupscreen,selecttheflowunit.

    Movethecursorto[l(liter)],presstheenterkey. Whentheselectedunitblinks,presstheenterkey.

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    SETB22:VOL F UNIT m3

    ESC

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    (3) Theflowunithavebeenchangedto“l(liter)”. Pressthefunctionkey“F4”[OK],andthenthe

    screen is back to the parameter screen. Pressthefunctionkey“F3”[NO],andthenthe

    screenisbacktothesetupscreen.

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    SETB22:VOL F UNIT l(liter)

    FEED NO OK

    3.5.2 Setting Example for Numeric-Type Data: Flow rate span

    Aprocedureofchangingflowspan[B24:VOLFSPAN]from“100.000l/min”to“120.000l/min”.

    (1) Moveto[B:EASYSETUP]→[B24:VOLFSPAN].

    (2) Movetosetupscreen,entertheflowspanvalue.

    Enterthevalue“120.000”,presstheenterkey. Whentheenteredvalueblinks,presstheenter

    key.

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    SETB24:VOL F SPAN 100.000l/min +120.000

    DEL CLR ESC

    (3) Theflowspanhavebeenchangedto“120.000l/min”.

    Pressthefunctionkey“F4”[OK],andthenthescreen is back to the parameter screen.

    Pressthefunctionkey“F3”[NO],andthenthescreenisbacktothesetupscreen.

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    SETB24:VOL F SPAN 120.000l/min

    FEED NO OK

    3.5.3 Setting Example for Alphanumeric-Type Data: Tag No.

    AprocedureofchangingTagNo.[K01:TAGNO]from“F-123”to“F-456”.

    (1) Moveto[K:DEVICEINFO]→[K01:TAGNO].(2) Movetosetupscreen,entertheTagNo.. Enterthealphanumericcharacter“F-456”,

    press the enter key. Whenenteredthealphanumericcharacter

    blinks, press the enter key.

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    SETK01:TAG NO F-123 F-456

    CODE CAPS CLR ESC

    (3) TheTagNo.havebeenchangedto“F-456”. Pressthefunctionkey“F4”[OK],andthenthe

    screen is back to the parameter screen. Pressthefunctionkey“F3”[NO],andthenthe

    screenisbacktothesetupscreen.

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    SETK01:TAG NO F-456

    FEED NO OK

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    4. FunctionsThischapterdescribeseachfunctionoftheinstrument.Thefollowingspresentanoverviewofeachfunction.

    • Basic settingsThisinstrumentcanmeasuretheprocessvaluesoftheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate,simultaneously.Inaddition,thedampingtimeconstantforeachprocessvaluecanbespecified.Fordetailsabouthowtocheckthemeasurementresultandthesettingprocedure,readSection4.1.

    • Totalization functionThisinstrumenthasthreetotalizersfortheprocessvalues.Inadditiontothedisplaywiththetotalizedvalue,thetotalizerfunctionisprovidedtoscalethetotalizedvaluewiththeconversionfactorandcountaspecificflowrate.Also,ithasatotalizationswitchfunctionthatcomparesthespecifiedtargetvaluewiththetotalizedvaluetooutputtheresultwiththestatusoutput,andatotalizationpresetfunctionthatspecifiesthepresetvalue.Fordetailsaboutthetotalizationfunctionandsettingprocedure,readSection4.2.

    • Pulse output, frequency output, and status output

    Themeasurementresultcanbeoutputwithoneofthepulseoutput,frequencyoutput,orstatusoutput.Whenthepulseoutputisused,thepulsewidthorpulseratecanbeselected.Whenthefrequencyoutputisused,anoutputat0%or100%forthespanoftheprocessvaluecanbespecified.Whenthestatusoutputisused,thedevicestatuscanbeoutputwiththestatusoutput.Bothpulseoutputandfrequencyoutputcanbesettheirlowcutvalueeach.Fordetailsabouteachoutputandthesettingprocedure,readSection4.3.

    • Status inputThestatusinputterminalisprovidedtousethetotalizerpresetfunctionorthezero-adjustmentfunctiondependingonanexternalstatusinput.Fordetailsaboutthesettingprocedure,readSection 4.4.

    • Current outputThesearethehigh/lowlimitfunction,forward/reverseflowratefunction(reverseflowrate:4to12mA,forwardflowrate:12to20mA),alarmoutputfunction,lowcutfunction,andotherfunctions.Fordetailsaboutthecurrentoutputsettingprocedures,readSection4.5.

    • Multi range functionThisfunctionperformstomakemeasurementswhileswitchingmultipleranges.Itispossibletoswitchtherangedependingontheflowrate,flowratedirection,orstatusinput.Fordetailsaboutthemultirangefunction,readSection 4.6.

    • Auxiliary calculation functionFordetailsabouttheauxiliarycalculationfunction,read Section 4.7.

    • AlarmAdetectederrorcanbenotifiedasanalarmorwarning.ThisfunctionshowsitsstatusbasedonNAMURNE107tosuitparametersettings.Itisalsotorecordthepreviouslydetectedalarmsasahistoryandmaskunnecessaryalarmstodisappearthemfromthedisplay.Fordetailsaboutthealarmcontentsandthesettingprocedure,readSection4.8.

    • DisplayThisdisplaysupportsmultiplelanguagestoselectthelanguagetobeusedonthedisplay.Also,thisfunctionshowsatimechangeoftheselectedparameter as a trend graph on the display.Fordetailsaboutthedisplaysettings,readSection4.9.

    NOTEThedefaultsettingofthelanguageisEnglishuponshipmentfromthemanufacturingplant.ChangethelanguagebyreferringtoSubsection2.2.2orSubsection4.9.1ifnecessary.Thisuser’smanualshowsEnglishatthemenupassofthedisplay.

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    • Device informationThisfunctionistochecktheparametersspecifiedatthetimeofordering,modelcode,andsuffixcodeofthisinstrumentonthedisplay.Fordetailsabouthowtocheckdeviceinformation,read Section 4.10.

    • Diagnostic functionTherearemanykindsofdiagnosticfunctions,anditispossibletodiagnosefailureoftheinstrumentorprocessstatus.Forexample,thisfunctionisusefultodiagnosethehealthoftheinstrumentusingtheelectrodeadhesiondetectingfunction,sensoremptycheckfunction,ortheverificationfunction.Fordetailsaboutvariousdiagnosticfunctions,readSection 4.11.

    • Test modeThismodeisarbitrarilytospecifytheprocessvalueorthevaluetobeoutputfromaconnectionterminalandtestaresponsefromthedevice.Fordetailsaboutthetestmode,readSection4.12.

    • Backup, restore, and duplicate functions

    Thebackupfunctioncanbestorethesettingparametersintothebuilt-inmemoryinthedisplay.IftheoptionalcodeMCisselected,thesettingparametersarestoredinthemicroSDcardsuppliedwiththisinstrumentinadditiontothebuilt-inmemory in the display.Thebackupdatacanbeusedtorestoresettingsintheinstrumentinwhichtheywerebackedup,orduplicatesettingstoanotherinstrument.Fordetailsaboutthebackup,restore,andduplicatefunctions,readSection4.13.

    • Software write protection functionThesoftwarewriteprotectionfunctionfordisablingaparameterchangeisprovidedseparatelyfromthehardware write protection.Fordetailsaboutthesoftwarewriteprotectionfunction,readChapter4.14.

    4.1 Basic Settings4.1.1 OverviewThisinstrumentcansimultaneouslymeasuretheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate.Themeasurementresultcanbeoutputasthecurrentoutput,frequencyoutput,pulseoutput,and/orstatusoutput.Thetablebelowshowsthecommunication/input-outputcodes,connectionterminals,andinputandoutputforeachterminal.Communication

    and I/O code Connection TerminalBRAIN I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 I/O4

    DA D

    Iout1 Active

    P/Sout1Passive

    - -DE H Sin No-voltage

    P/Sout2 Passive

    DG K Sin No-voltage

    P/Sout2 Active

    (Withoutresistor)

    Iout1:CurrentoutputwithBRAINcommunicationP/Sout1:PulseoutputorstatusoutputP/Sout2:PulseoutputorstatusoutputSin:StatusinputThepositionofCommunicationandI/Ocode:

    Integral Type:AXW--AXWG---

    Remote Transmitter:AXW4A-

    NOTETheavailablefunctionsvarydependingontheconnection terminal type selected at the time ofordering.Needtoreadabovetablecarefullybeforeusewhichterminalisapplicabletoallocateeachfunction.

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    4.1.2 PV Mapping of Process ValueThisfunctioncanallowsyoutomaptheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrateastheprimaryvariable(PV).ThePV-mappedprocessvalueisoutputfromtheI/O1terminal.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar► PVflowselect►(seebelow)Velocity SetstheflowvelocitytothePrimary

    Value.Volume Setsthevolumetricflowratetothe

    PrimaryValue.Mass SetsthemassflowratetothePrimary

    Value.

    BRAIN communication:C30:PVFLOWSEL►(seebelow)Velocity SetstheflowvelocitytothePrimary

    Value.Volume Setsthevolumetricflowratetothe

    PrimaryValue.Mass SetsthemassflowratetothePrimary

    Value.

    Settingexample:IfthevolumetricflowrateissettoPV,andthevolumetricflowratespanissetto100m3/hforuse,settheparametersasfollows. C30: PVFLOWSEL=“Volume” C32: VOLFUNIT=“m3” C35: TIMEUNIT=“/h” C37: VOLFSPAN=“100”

    Settingexample:IfthemassflowrateissettoPV,withthemassflowratespanbeingsetto10,000kg/handthedensityto1000kg/m3foruse,settheparametersasfollows. H31: DENSITYUNIT=“kg/m3” H32: FIXEDDENS=“1000” C30: PVFLOWSEL=“Mass” C33: MASSFUNIT=“kg” C35: TIMEUNIT=“/h” C38: MASSFSPAN=“10000”

    4.1.3 Display of the Process ValueTheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,massflowrate,andtotalizedvaluecanbeviewedwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Processvariables►(seebelow)Flowrate(%) Displaystherangeratefortheprocess

    valuesettothePrimaryValue.Flow rate Displaystheprocessvaluesettothe

    PrimaryValue.Velocity Displaystheflowvelocity.Volume Displaysthevolumetricflowrate.Mass Displaysthemassflowrate.Totalizer► Totalizer 1

    Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer1.

    Totalizer► Totalizer 2

    Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer2.

    Totalizer►Totalizer 3

    Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer3.

    BRAIN communication:A10:FLOWRATE(%) Displaystherangeratefortheprocess

    valuesettothePrimaryValue.A20:FLOWRATE Displaystheprocessvaluesettothe

    PrimaryValue.A30:TOTAL1 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer1.A31:TOTAL2 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer2.A32:TOTAL3 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer3.

    4.1.4 Engineering Unit SettingTheunitcanbespecifiedfortheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate.Eachparametercanbespecifiedusingthephysicalunitandtimeunit.For example, when setting "m3/h"asthevolumetricflowrate,specify"m3"(physicalquantity)and"h"(timeunit)individually.However,thetimeunitiscommonlysetregardlessofthekindsoffluid.Thetimeunitoftheflowvelocityisfixedto"/s"whichdonotrequiresettingstobemadebytheuser.Thesettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:PhysicalunitDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►(seebelow)Velocity►Unit Specifythephysicalunitoftheflow

    velocity.Volume►Unit Specifythephysicalunitofthevolumetric

    flowrate.Mass►Unit Specifythephysicalunitofthemassflow

    rate.

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    TimeunitDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►(seebelow)Volume►Timeunit Specifythetimeunitofthevolumetric

    flowrate,ormassflowrate..Mass►Timeunit

    BRAIN communication:PhysicalunitC31:VELO F UNIT Specifythephysicalunitoftheflow

    velocity.B22/C32:VOLFUNIT Specifythephysicalunitofthevolumetric

    flowrate.C33:MASS F UNIT Specifythephysicalunitofthemassflow

    rate.

    TimeunitB23/C35:TIMEUNIT Specifythetimeunitofthevolumetric

    flowrate,ormassflowrate.

    4.1.5 Span SettingThespancanbespecifiedfortheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate.However,thespanunitconformstothatspecifiedinSubsection4.1.4.Iftheunitischanged,thespanvalueischangedtothecorrespondingvaluesynchronouslywiththechangedunit.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►(seebelow)Velocity►Span Specifythespanoftheflowvelocity.Volume►Span Specifythespanofthevolumetricflow

    rate.Mass►Span Specifythespanofthemassflowrate.

    BRAIN communication:C36:VELO F SPAN Specifythespanoftheflowvelocity.B24/C37:VOLFSPAN Specifythespanofthevolumetricflow

    rate.C38:MASS F SPAN Specifythespanofthemassflowrate.

    NOTEBesuretonotethefollowingpointswhenspecifyingtheflowratespan.• Foralinewithasignificantflowchange,settheflowratespantothemaximumflowrate.Iftheflowrateexceedstheflowratespan,theflowrateerrorasitspercentageincreases.

    • Foralinewiththestableflowrate,settheflowrate span to approximately 1.5 to 2.0 times towardthenormalflowrate.

    • Specifytheflowrateforwhichtheflowvelocityisincludedwithintherangefrom0.3to10m/s.TheflowvelocitycanbecheckedusingthesizingdatadescribedinthegeneralspecificationsaslistedinTable1.1.Iftheflowvelocityischeckedusingtheparameter,itdisplaysthevalueobtainedbyconvertingthespecifiedflowratespantotheflowvelocity.

    NOTEBesuretosettheflowrateunitinthebeginningwhenthespanvalueanditsflowrateunitarechanged at the same time.

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    4.1.6 Damping Time Constant SettingThedampingtimeconstant(63.2%response)canbespecifiedfortheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate.Whenreducinganoutputfluctuationorchangingtheresponsespeed,changethedampingtimeconstant(defaultvalueas3.0seconds).Itispossibletomeasurethepulsingflowupto1Hzwiththevalueof0.1secondonthisfunctionincaseofapistonpump,etc...Thisfunctionisapplicabletospecifyeachoutputoftheprocessvalue(currentoutputorfrequencyoutput,andpulseoutputortotalizedvalue).Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Currentoutput/FrequencyoutputDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►(seebelow)Velocity► DampAO/F

    Specifythedampingtimeconstanttowardflowvelocity.

    Volume► DampAO/F

    Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthevolumetricflowrate.

    Mass►DampAO/F Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthemassflowrate.

    Pulseoutput/TotalizationDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►(seebelow)Velocity► Damppls/ttl

    Specifythedampingtimeconstantoftheflowvelocity.

    Volume► Damppls/ttl

    Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthevolumetricflowrate.

    Mass►Damppls/ttl Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthemassflowrate.

    BRAIN communication:Currentoutput/FrequencyoutputC10:VELODMPA/F Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthe

    flowvelocity.B20/C12:VOLDMPA/F Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthe

    volumetricflowrate.C14:MASSDMPA/F Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthe

    massflowrate.

    Pulseoutput/TotalizationC11:VELODMPP/T Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthe

    flowvelocity.B21/C13:VOLDMPP/T Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthe

    volumetricflowrate.C15:MASSDMPP/T Specifythedampingtimeconstantofthe

    massflowrate.

    NOTETheoutputfluctuationincreaseswhenthedampingtimeconstantissettolowervalue.Set the damping time constant to 5 seconds or longerforcontrolprocessingapplication.

    4.1.7 Low-cut Function SettingThelow-cutvaluecanbespecifiedforthecurrentoutput,frequencyoutput,pulseoutput,andtotalizer.Thefluctuationoutputattheflowrate“0”canbereducedwhenthisfunctionisused,becausetheoutputofthesetvalueorlessbecomes“0”forcibly.However,theunitoflow-cutvalueconformstothatspecifiedinSubsection4.1.4.Iftheunitischanged,thelow-cutvalueischangedtothecorrespondingvaluesynchronouslywiththechangedunit.Set"0"tothelow-cutvalueifitisunnecessarytousethisfunction.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:CurrentoutputDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Analogout/in►(seebelow)AO1►Lowcut Specifythelow-cutvalueofcurrent

    output1.

    Frequencyoutput/PulseoutputDevicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1►Lowcut Specifythelow-cutvalueoffrequency

    output1orpulseoutput1.PO2/SO2►Lowcut Specifythelow-cutvalueoffrequency

    output2orpulseoutput2.

    TotalizationDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1►Lowcut Specifythelow-cutvalueoftotalizer1.Totalizer2►Lowcut Specifythelow-cutvalueoftotalizer2.Totalizer3►Lowcut Specifythelow-cutvalueoftotalizer3.

    BRAIN communication:CurrentoutputG01:AO1LOWCUT Specifythelow-cutvalueofcurrent

    output1.

    Frequencyoutput/PulseoutputE15:P1LOWCUT Specifythelow-cutvalueoffrequency

    output1orpulseoutput1.E37:P2LOWCUT Specifythelow-cutvalueoffrequency

    output2orpulseoutput2.

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    TotalizationD12:TOT1LOWCUT Specifythelow-cutvalueoftotalizer1.D22:TOT2LOWCUT Specifythelow-cutvalueoftotalizer2.D32:TOT3LOWCUT Specifythelow-cutvalueoftotalizer3.

    The hysteresis is set in each case in which the outputischangedto"0"throughthespecifiedlow-cutvalueandacaseinwhichtheoutputreturnstomeasuringvaluethroughthespecifiedlow-cutvalue.Thehysteresisineachcaseisobtainedasshown below.Fordetailsaboutthemultirangefunction,readSection 4.6.(1) Avaluewiththeoutputchangedto"0"through

    thespecifiedlow-cutvalue =Low-cutvalue-(Minimumspanspecifiedin

    multirangex0.5%)(2) Avaluewiththeoutputreturnedthroughthe

    specifiedlow-cutvalue =Low-cutvalue+(Minimumspanspecifiedin

    multirangex0.5%)

    Example: Spanofvolumetricflowrate=10.0m3/h, Low-cutvalue=1.0m3/h Inthiscase,eachvalueisobtainedasshownbelow.(1) Thevaluewithoutputchangedto"0"through

    thespecifiedlow-cutvalue =1.0[m3/h]–(10.0[m3/h]×0.5[%]) =0.95[m3/h](2) Thevaluewithoutputreturnedthroughthe

    specifiedlow-cutvalue =1.0[m3/h]+(10.0[m3/h]×0.5[%]) =1.05[m3/h]

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    Output [m3/h]

    1

    Hysteresis1 %

    Input [m3/h]1

    (1)

    (2)

    1.050.95

    NOTENotethat,ifthelow-cutvalueislower,thetotalizationmightbecountedduetoaninfluenceofoutputfluctuationneartheoutput0%.Inparticular,iftheflowratespan,dampingtimeconstant,orconductivityissmallorlow,thetotalizationiseasilycountedwhentheflowrateis"0".Insuchacase,increasetheflowratespan,dampingtimeconstant,orlow-cutvalue.

    NOTEWhentheoutputprocessvalueischanged,specifythelow-cutvalueagain.

    4.1.8 Sensor’s Nominal Size SettingTo combine the remote transmitter with other remotesensor,thenominalsizeoftheremotesensormustbespecified.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Sensor►(seebelow)Nominalsizeunit Specifytheunitofthenominalsize.Nominal size Specifythenominalsize.

    BRAIN communication:C26:SIZE UNIT Specifytheunitofthenominalsize.C27:NOMINAL SIZE Specifythenominalsize.

    NOTEFortheintegraltype,thenominalsizeanditsunithavebeensetatthefactoryshipment.Donotchange the these parameters.

    4.1.9 Density SettingThedensitysettingisrequiredtomeasurethemassflowrate.Itwillresultinasettingerrorthat“0”issettothedensityinthesituationofmappingthemassflowtoPV.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

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    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Provar►Density►(seebelow)Unit Specifytheunitofthedensity.Fixed density Specifythefixeddensityvalue.

    BRAIN communication:H31:DENSITYUNIT Specifytheunitofthedensity.H32:FIXEDDENS Specifythefixeddensityvalue.

    4.1.10 Zero AdjustmentZeroadjustmentiscarriedouttoensurethattheoutputforzeroflowis0%(i.e.,4mA).Althoughadjustmenttozeroisperformedatthemanufacturingplantpriortoshipment,thisproceduremustbecarriedoutonceagainfollowingtheinstallationofpipinginordertomatchthemagneticflowmetertoitsoperatingconditions.Thissubsectiondescribesthezeroadjustmentprocedureusingthedisplayunit.ForAXFA11,readtheapplicableuser’smanualaslistedinTable1.1.

    IMPORTANT• Zeroadjustmentshouldbecarriedoutbeforeactualoperation.Notethatsettingandupdatefunctionscannotbecarriedoutduringthisprocedure(i.e.,forapproximately30seconds).

    • Zeroadjustmentshouldonlybecarriedoutwhenthesensorhasbeenfilledwithmeasurementfluidandthefluidvelocityiscompletely zero by closing the valve.

    • Eachtimethatthefluidbeingmeasuredischanged,itwillbenecessaryforzeroadjustmenttobecarriedoutforthenewfluid.

    Aprocedureofexecutingzeroadjustmentisasfollows;DisplayMenuPath:Devicesetup►Diag/Service►Autozero►ExecuteDevicesetup►Diag/Service►Autozero►Result►Zerovalue

    EntertheSettingMode.(ReadSection2.3)

    •Executionofzeroadjustment

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    Device setup Process variables Diag/Service Easy setup wizard

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Select“Diag/Service”accoridingtothemenupathabove.

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    Diag/Service Verification Autozero AO/AI trim

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Select“Autozero”.

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    Autozero Execute Result▲

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC►

    Select“Execute”.

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    Execute Not execute Execute Not execute▲

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    Select“Execute”.

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    Execute Execute

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    When“Execute”blinks,touch[SET]toexecute.

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    Autozero functionexecuting...

    00 : 00

    00 : 08SET SFT INC

    The time remaining until the end.

    Autozerostarts,andtheprogressisdesplayed with a remaining time and a bargraph.Waitforthecompletion.

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    Autozero Execute Result▲

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC►

    AfterAutozerofinished,thedisplayreturnsto“Autozero”menu.

    •Confirmationofzeroadjustmentresult

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    Result Zero value ▲

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    FortheresultofAutozero,select“Result”andthen“Zerovalue”.

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    Zero value – 00.018cm/s – 00.018cm/s – 99.999 + 99.999

    00 : 00

    SET SFT INC

    ResultofAutozeroisindicatedasontheleft.

    NOTE

    Whenthezeroadjustmentresultexceedsdefinedvalue,thewarning[092:AZwam]isindicated.

    Zeroadjustmentcanbeexecutedwiththefollowingparameter.

    BRAIN:B50:AUTOZEROEXE

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    4.2 Totalization Function4.2.1 Totalized Value and Unit SettingThisfunctioncantotalizethevolumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate.Thisinstrumentprovidesthreetotalizers,whichcansimultaneouslyoperatethemforprocessvalues.Totalizer1isfortheprocessvaluePV-mappeddescribedinSubsection4.1.2.Totalizers2and3arefortheprocessvalueintheselectedunit.Thissettingcanbedisplayedandconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1►Unit Displaystheunitoftotalizer1.Totalizer2►Unit Specifytheunitoftotalizer2.Totalizer3►Unit Specifytheunitoftotalizer3.

    BRAIN communication:D10:TOT1 UNIT Displaystheunitoftotalizer1.D20:TOT2 UNIT Specifytheunitoftotalizer2.D30:TOT3 UNIT Specifytheunitoftotalizer3.

    NOTETheflowvelocitycannotbetotalized.IftheflowvelocityisselectedasthePrimaryValue,totalizer1obtainsthevolumetricflowrateandunitbasedon"m3".

    4.2.2 Totalized-Value Display and Totalizer Function

    Thetotalizationresultcanbecheckedwiththetotalizedvalueoritsvaluewhichisscaledwiththeconversionfactor.Whenthetotalizedvalueisscaledwiththeconversionfactor,thespecifiedflowrateistotalizedin1-countincrements,whichcanbeusedasatotalizer.Ifthetotalizedvalueonthedisplayexceeds±99999999,themaximumvalueofthedisplayeddigits,thedisplayedvalueisresetto0.Inaddition,ifthevaluesofA30-A35exceedthelimitofthedisplayed digits, they are reset to 0 in the same way asthevalueonthedisplay.Thetotalizedvaluecanbedisplayedandspecifiedwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:DisplayoftotalizedvalueDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer 1 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer1.Totalizer 2 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer2.Totalizer 3 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer3.

    SettingoftheconversionfactorforscalingDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1► Convfactor

    Specifytheconversionfactoroftotalizer1.

    Totalizer2► Convfactor

    Specifytheconversionfactoroftotalizer2.

    Totalizer3► Convfactor

    Specifytheconversionfactoroftotalizer3.

    DisplayofthetotalizedvaluethatisscaledwiththeconversionfactorDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1count Displaysthescaledtotalized-valueof

    totalizer 1.Totalizer2count Displaysthescaledtotalized-valueof

    totalizer 2.Totalizer3count Displaysthescaledtotalized-valueof

    totalizer 3.

    BRAIN communication:DisplayoftotalizedvalueA30:TOTAL1 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer1.A31:TOTAL2 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer2.A32:TOTAL3 Displaysthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer3.

    SettingoftheconversionfactorforscalingD11:TOT1 CONV FC Specifytheconversionfactoroftotalizer

    1.D21:TOT2 CONV FC Specifytheconversionfactoroftotalizer

    2.D31:TOT3 CONV FC Specifytheconversionfactoroftotalizer

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    DisplayofthetotalizedvaluethatisscaledwiththeconversionfactorA33:TOTAL1 CNT Displaysthescaledtotalized-valueof

    totalizer 1.A34:TOTAL2 CNT Displaysthescaledtotalized-valueof

    totalizer 2.A35:TOTAL3 CNT Displaysthescaledtotalized-valueof

    totalizer 3.

    Example:Settheunitoftotalizer2to"m3" and the conversion factorto"2".→Ifthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer2issetto"10.123

    m3",thetotalizedvalueisscaledto"10.123÷2=5".

    NOTEIfMainsoftrev(K50:MAINBREV/Mainsoftrev)isR1.01.07orearlier,orIndsoftrev(K52:INDBREV/Indsoftrev)isR2.01.01orearlier,thetotalizedvalueonthedisplayisheldattheupperlimitifitexceeds±99999999,themaximumvalueofthedisplayeddigits.Inaddition,ifthevaluesofA30-A35exceedthelimitofthedisplayeddigits,theyareheldattheupperlimitinthesamewayasthevalueonthedisplay.Fordetailsabouthowtocheckthedevicerevision(MainsoftrevandIndsoftrev),refertoSubsection4.10.2.

    4.2.3 Totalization Switch FunctionThetotalizationswitchfunctionisavailablewhenthetargetvalue(setpoint)tobetotalizedisspecifiedusingthetotalizationfunction.Thetotalizationswitchfunctioncomparesthespecifiedtargetvaluewiththetotalizedvaluetooutputtheresultwiththestatusoutput.Thestatusoutputisactivewhilethetotalizedvalueisoutofthespecifiedtargetvalue.Evenifthetotalizedvalueexceedsthedisplayeddigitlimitandisresetto0underthatstate,thestatusoutputremains active.Fordetailsabouttheoutput,activedirection,andstatusoutputfunctionsettingforeachterminal,readSection 4.3.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1► Set point

    Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer1.

    Totalizer2► Set point

    Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer2.

    Totalizer3► Set point

    Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer3.

    BRAIN communication:D18:TOT1 SETPNT Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer1.D28:TOT2 SETPNT Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer2.D38:TOT3 SETPNT Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer3.

    Example: Setting procedure to use the totalization switch function with the I/O2 terminal

    FollowthestepsbelowtosetthestatusoutputoftheI/O2terminalto"Onactive"whenthetotalizedvalueoftotalizer1reachesthetargetvalue.(1) SettheoutputoftheI/O2terminalto"Status

    out",referringtoSubsection4.3.1.(2) SettheactivedirectionoftheI/O2terminalto

    "Onactive",referringtoSubsection4.3.4.(3) Setthestatusoutputfunctionto"Totallimit1",

    referringtoSubsection4.3.7.(4) Specifythetargetvalueoftotalizer1,referring

    tothissubsection.

    4.2.4 Totalizer Operation at Alarm Occurrence

    Thetotalizeroperationcanbespecifiedtodealwithanalarmthataffectsthetotalizationfunction.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1► Failureopts

    Specifythetotalizer1operationtobeperformedwhenanalarmhasoccurred.*1

    Totalizer2► Failureopts

    Specifythetotalizer2operationtobeperformedwhenanalarmhasoccurred.*1

    Totalizer3► Failureopts

    Specifythetotalizer3operationtobeperformedwhenanalarmhasoccurred.*1

    BRAIN communication:D13:TOT1 F OPTS Specifythetotalizer1operationto

    beperformedwhenanalarmhasoccurred.*1

    D23:TOT2 F OPTS Specifythetotalizer2operationtobeperformedwhenanalarmhasoccurred.*1

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    D33:TOT3 F OPTS Specifythetotalizer3operationtobeperformedwhenanalarmhasoccurred.*1

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,selecttheoperationofthetotalizationfunction.

    Run Continuesthetotalizationfunctionafteranalarmhasoccurred.

    Hold Stopsthetotalizationfunctionafteranalarmhasoccurred.

    Last valid Continuesthetotalizationfunctionwiththelastvalidvaluebeforeanalarmoccurs.

    4.2.5 Totalization Function Start/Stop Setting

    ThetotalizationfunctioncanbesettoStart/Stopmode.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1► Start/Stop

    SetsStart/Stoptothetotalizationfunctionoftotalizer1.

    Totalizer2► Start/Stop

    SetsStart/Stoptothetotalizationfunctionoftotalizer2.

    Totalizer3► Start/Stop

    SetsStart/Stoptothetotalizationfunctionoftotalizer3.

    BRAIN communication:D15:TOT1EXEC SetsStart/Stoptothetotalizationfunction

    oftotalizer1.D25:TOT2EXEC SetsStart/Stoptothetotalizationfunction

    oftotalizer2.D35:TOT3EXEC SetsStart/Stoptothetotalizationfunction

    oftotalizer3.

    NOTEThetotalizationfunctionissetto"Stop"uponshipmentfromthemanufacturingplant.Tostartthetotalizationfunction,besuretosetitto"Start".

    4.2.6 Totalization Direction SettingThetotalizationdirectioncanbespecifiedtousethetotalizationfunction.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1►Options Specifythetotalizationdirectionof

    totalizer1.*1Totalizer2►Options Specifythetotalizationdirectionof

    totalizer2.*1Totalizer3►Options Specifythetotalizationdirectionof

    totalizer3.*1

    BRAIN communication:D14:TOT1 OPTS Specifythetotalizationdirectionof

    totalizer1.*1D24:TOT2 OPTS Specifythetotalizationdirectionof

    totalizer2.*1D34:TOT3 OPTS Specifythetotalizationdirectionof

    totalizer3.*1

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,selectthetotalizationdirection.Balanced Totalizesthedifferentialflowratebetweenthe

    forwardandreversedirections.Absolute Totalizestheabsolutevalueoftheflowrate.Only positive Totalizesonlytheflowrateintheforward

    direction.Only negative Totalizesonlytheflowrateinthereverse

    direction.Hold Stopstotalizationprocessing(holdsthecurrent

    totalized-value).

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    4.2.7 Totalized Value Reset/Preset Function

    Thereset/presetfunctioncanbespecifiedforthetotalizedvalue.Usingtheresetfunctionresetsthetotalizedvalueto"0".Usingthepresetfunctionsetsthetotalizedvalueinadvancetothepresetvalue.Thepresetfunctionisavailablewhenstartingcountingoftotalizationwiththespecifiedvalue.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Useofthereset/presetfunctionDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1► Reset/Preset

    Usesthereset/presetfunctionoftotalizer1.*1

    Totalizer2► Reset/Preset

    Usesthereset/presetfunctionoftotalizer2.*1

    Totalizer3► Reset/Preset

    Usesthereset/presetfunctionoftotalizer3.*1

    PresetvaluesettingDevicesetup►Detailedsetup►Totalizer►(seebelow)Totalizer1► Presetvalue

    Specifythepresetvalueoftotalizer1.

    Totalizer2► Presetvalue

    Specifythepresetvalueoftotalizer2.

    Totalizer3► Presetvalue

    Specifythepresetvalueoftotalizer3.

    BRAIN communication:Useofthereset/presetfunctionD16:TOT1 PRESET Usesthereset/presetfunctionof

    totalizer1.*1D26:TOT2 PRESET Usesthereset/presetfunctionof

    totalizer2.*1D36:TOT3 PRESET Usesthereset/presetfunctionof

    totalizer3.*1

    PresetvaluesettingD17:TOT1 PRE VAL Specifythepresetvalueoftotalizer1.D27:TOT2 PRE VAL Specifythepresetvalueoftotalizer2.D37:TOT3 PRE VAL Specifythepresetvalueoftotalizer3.

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,selectthereset/presetfunction.Notexecute Doesnotusethetotalizationvaluereset/preset

    function.Reset Usesthetotalizationvalueresetfunction.Preset Usesthetotalizationvaluepresetfunction.

    NOTETheparameterreturnsto"Notexecute"afterthetotalizationvaluereset/presetfunctionhasbeencompleted.

    4.3 Pulse Output, Frequency Output, and Status Output

    4.3.1 Outputs of I/O2, and I/O4 TerminalsTheI/O2,andI/O4terminalscanbeusedasthepulseoutput,frequencyoutput,andstatusoutput.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1► Outputmode

    SpecifytheoutputoftheI/O2terminal.*1

    PO2/SO2► Outputmode

    SpecifytheoutputoftheI/O4terminal.*1

    BRAIN communication:E10:P1 OUT MODE SpecifytheoutputoftheI/O2terminal.*1E31:P2 OUT MODE SpecifytheoutputoftheI/O4terminal.*1

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,selecttheoutputofeachterminal.Nofunction Doesnotusetheterminal.Fixedpulseoutput Setstheoutputtothefixedpulseoutput.Frequencyoutput Setstheoutputtothefrequencyoutput(Duty

    50%).Statusoutput Setstheoutputtothestatusoutput.

    Fordetailsaboutthestatusoutput,readSubsection4.3.7.

    4.3.2 Pulse Output / Frequency Output Mapping

    Theprocessvaluetobeoutputcanbeselectedtousethepulseoutputorfrequencyoutput.WhentheI/O2terminalisusedforoutput,theprocessvaluePV-mappedinSubsection4.1.2isoutput.WhentheI/O4terminalisusedforoutput,theprocessvaluetobeoutputcanbeselectedfromtheflowvelocity,volumetricflowrate,andmassflowrate.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO2/SO2► Pulseselect

    SpecifytheoutputoftheI/O4terminal.*1

    BRAIN communication:E32:P2 SELECT SpecifytheoutputoftheI/O4terminal.*1

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,selecttheoutputoftheI/Oterminal.Non-Connect NooutputVelocity Setstheflowvelocitytotheoutput.Volumeflow Setsthevolumetricflowratetotheoutput.Massflow Setsthemassflowratetotheoutput.

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    4.3.3 Pulse Width SettingThepulsewidthcanbeselectedtousethepulseoutput.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1► Fix width

    SpecifythepulsewidthoftheI/O2terminal.*1

    PO2/SO2► Fix width

    SpecifythepulsewidthoftheI/O4terminal.*1

    BRAIN communication:E12:P1WIDTH SpecifythepulsewidthoftheI/O2

    terminal.*1E34:P2WIDTH SpecifythepulsewidthoftheI/O4

    terminal.*1

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,selectthepulsewidth.

    Pulse width[ms]

    Pulse rateMax.[pps]

    Pulse width[ms]

    Pulse rateMax.[pps]

    0.05 10000 100 50.1 5000 200 2.50.5 1000 330 1.51 500 500 1.020 25 1000 0.533 15 2000 0.2550 10

    4.3.4 Active Direction SettingWhetherthepulsesignalissetonorofftoenabletheactivemodecanbespecifiedwhenthepulseoutputorstatusoutputisused.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1► Active mode

    SpecifytheactivedirectionforthepulsesignaloftheI/O2terminal.*1

    PO2/SO2► Active mode

    SpecifytheactivedirectionforthepulsesignaloftheI/O4terminal.*1

    BRAIN communication:E11:P1 ACT MODE Specifytheactivedirectionforthepulse

    signaloftheI/O2terminal.*1E33:P2 ACT MODE Specifytheactivedirectionforthepulse

    signaloftheI/O4terminal.*1

    *1: Fromthetablebelow,specifytheactivedirectionofthepulsesignal.

    Active:ON/Onactive SetstoActivewhenthepulsesignalisseton.Active:OFF/Offactive SetstoActivewhenthepulsesignalissetoff.

    Example: Ifthefixedpulseoutputisspecifiedandthepulsewidth is set to "1 ms", Active is set as shown below.

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    Active:ON

    Active:OFF

    1 ms

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    4.3.5 Pulse Rate SettingThepulserateperpulseandthepulseratescalingcanbespecifiedtousethepulseoutputwhenthisfunctionisused.WhentheI/O2terminalisusedforoutput,theunitofthepulserateissettothatoftheprocessvaluePV-mappedinSubsection4.1.2.IncaseofusingtheI/O4terminalforoutput,theunitofthepulserateissettothatoftheprocessvaluemappedinSubsection4.3.2.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.Ifthepulseratescalingischanged,thepulseratevalueisalsochangedsynchronouslywiththechangedunit.

    Display menu path:PulseratevalueDevicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1► Ratevalue

    SpecifythepulseratevalueoftheI/O2terminal.

    PO2/SO2► Ratevalue

    SpecifythepulseratevalueoftheI/O4terminal.

    PulseratescalingDevicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1► Rateunit

    SpecifythepulseratescalingoftheI/O2terminal.

    PO2/SO2► Rateunit

    SpecifythepulseratescalingoftheI/O4terminal.

    BRAIN communication:PulseratevalueB31/E14:P1RATEVAL

    SpecifythepulseratevalueoftheI/O2terminal.

    E36:P2 RATE VAL SpecifythepulseratevalueoftheI/O4terminal.

    PulseratescalingB30/E13:P1RATEUNIT

    SpecifythepulseratescalingoftheI/O2terminal.

    E35:P2 RATE UNIT SpecifythepulseratescalingoftheI/O4terminal.

    Note: Fromthetablebelow,selectthepulseratescaling.nUnit/P 10-9×UnitperpulseuUnit/P 10-6×UnitperpulsemUnit/P 10-3×UnitperpulseUnit/P 1unitperpulsekUnit/P 103×UnitperpulseMUnit/P 106×UnitperpulsenP/Unit 10-9×UnitperpulseuP/Unit 10-6×UnitperpulsemP/Unit 10-3×UnitperpulseP/Unit 1pulseperunitkP/Unit 103×PulseperunitMP/Unit 106×Pulseperunit

    *Unit:Indicatestheunitoftheprocessvaluetobeoutputasthepulseoutput.

    NOTEThemaximumpulserateandpulsewidthmustbespecifiedsothatthefollowingconditionsaresatisfied.Maximumpulseratevalue[pps]=Flowratespan(Unit/s]xPulserate[P/Unit]≤10[kpps]≤1/(Pulsewidth×2)

    Example:Whenthepulsewidthissetto"0.1ms",themaximumpulseratevalueissetto"1/(0.0001×2)=5000[pps]".Ifthespecifiedpulserateexceedsthisvalue,itcausesasettingerror,andanalarmisdisplayed.

    4.3.6 Frequency Output Range SettingWhenthefrequencyoutputisused,thefrequencyat0%and100%canbespecifiedforthespanoftheprocessvalue.Thefrequencyoutputrangecanbesetbyspecifyingthefrequency.WhentheI/O2terminalisusedforoutput,specifytheoutputfrequencyforthespanoftheprocessvaluePV-mappeddescribedinSubsection4.1.2.WhentheI/O4terminalisusedforoutput,specifytheoutputfrequencyforthespanoftheprocessvaluemappeddescribedinSubsection4.3.2.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1►Frequencyat0%

    Specifythefrequencywhen0%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O2terminal.

    PO1/SO1►Frequencyat100%

    Specifythefrequencywhen100%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O2terminal.

    PO2/SO2►Frequencyat0%

    Specifythefrequencywhen0%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O4terminal.

    PO2/SO2► Frequencyat100%

    Specifythefrequencywhen100%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O4terminal.

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    BRAIN communication:B32/E17:F1AT0% Specifythefrequencywhen0%issetto

    theprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O2terminal.

    B33/E18:F1AT100% Specifythefrequencywhen100%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O2terminal.

    E39:F2AT0% Specifythefrequencywhen0%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O4terminal.

    E40:F2AT100% Specifythefrequencywhen100%issettotheprocessvaluethatistobeoutputwiththefrequencyoutputthroughtheI/O4terminal.

    4.3.7 Status Output Function SettingTheinstrumentstatuscanbesetasthecontactoutputtousethestatusoutput.Thissettingcanbeconfiguredwiththefollowingparameters.

    Display menu path:Devicesetup►Detailedsetup► Pulse/Statusout►(seebelow)PO1/SO1► SO1function

    Specifythestatusoutput1functionoftheI/O2terminal.*1

    PO2/SO2► SO2function

    Specifythestatusoutput2functionoftheI/O4terminal.*1

    BRAIN communication:E20:SO1 FUNCTION

    Specifythestatusoutput1