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34-ST-32-020
6/93

ST 3000 Smart Transmitter and Contents


SFC Smart Field Communicator

Introduction Section 1 (34-ST-02-02)


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Operation Section 2 (34-ST-1 0-07)

Bench Check, Calibration and Commissioning, and Start-up Section 3 (34-ST-11-07)

Maintenance and Service Section 4 (34-ST-13-02)

Installation Section 5 (34-ST-09-03)


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Parts List Section 6 (34-ST-14-01)
• -------------------------------------
Series 900 Section 7 (34-ST-15-01)

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E.1 Maintenance and Service - Cleaning Changes

Change Torque Rating Replace the Torque Rating Table on page 4-3 with the following Torque
Table on page 4·3 Rating Transmitter Models Table.

Torque Rating for Torque Rating for Transmitter Models


Transmitter Models
Bolt Material
Model Type Carbon Steel Stainless Steel A286 Stainless
(NACE)
Draft Range 15 to 20 ft-lb (20 to 27 N-m)

DP 35 to 40 ft-lb (47.5 to 54 N-m)

GP and AP 18.4 tt-lb (25 N-m) 15.5 ft-lb (21 N-m) 13 tt-lb (17.5 N-m) I
Old Design
(Wide Profile) 110 tt-lb (149 N-m)
6000 psi GP only*

I ATTENTION I This table should also replace the same table repeated on page 4-14.
E.2 Installation - Pre Installation Considerations Changes

Change Table 1 on Replace Table 1 on page 5-8 with the following Table 1.
page 5·8

Operating Table 1 Operating Temperature Limits


temperature limits
Transmitter Type Electronic Meter Body Process
Housing Interface

Draft Range -40 to 93.3 oc -40 to 70 oc N/A


-40 to 200 °F -40 to 158 °F N/A

Differential Pressure -40 to 93.3 oc -40 to 125 oc N/A


-40 to 200 °F -40 to 257 oF N/A

Gauge Pressure -40 to 93.3 oc -40 to 125 oc N/A


-40 to 200 °F -40 to 257 °F N/A

Absolute Pressure -40 to 93.3 oc -40 to·80 oc N/A


-40 to 200 oF -40 to 175 oF N/A

Flange-mounted -40 to 93.3 oc -40 to 125 oc -40 to 177 oc


Flush Diaphragm -40 to 200 °F -40 to 257 °F -40 to 350 °F

Extended Diaphragm -40 to 93.3 oc -40 to 125 oc -40 to 177 oc


-40 to 200 oF -40 to 257 °F -40 to 350 °F

Remote Diaphragm -40 to 93.3 oc See Specification N/A


Seals S100 -40 to 200 °F Sheet for Remote N/A
Seal Limits
Remote Diaphragm -40 to 85 oc See Specification N/A
Seals 5900 -40 to 185 °F Sheet for Remote N/A
Seal Limits

Change Table 3 on Replace Table 3 on page 5-8 with the following Table 3.
page 5·8

Transmitter Table 6 Transmitter Overpressure Ratings


overpressure ratings
Transmitter Type Upper Range Limit (URL) Overpressure Rating

Draft Range 10 inches H20 50 psi

Differential Pressure 400 inches H20 3000 psi


100 psi 3000 psi
3000 psi 3000 psi

Gauge Pressure 500 psi 750 psi


3000 psi 4500 psi
6000 psi 9000 psi
Absolute Pressure 780 mm HgA Full vacuum to 1550
500 psia mmHg Absolute 750 psia
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E.1 Installing Transmitters With Remote Diaphragm Seals
Changes

Change Page 5-13 Replace the text and illustration on page 5-13 with the following text and
illustration.
-----------------------------------------------------
Mount the transmitter flanges within the limits stated here for the given
fill-fluid in the capillary tubes with a tank at one atmosphere.
IF the fill fluid Is ... THEN mount the flange ...
Silicone Oil no greater than 22 feet (6.7 meters)
below the transmitter
Chlorotrifluorethylene no greater than 11 feet (3.4 meters)
below the transmitter.

The combination of tank vacuum and high pressure capillary head effect
should not exceed 9 psi (300 mm Hg) absolute.

Step Action
1 Mount transmitter at a remote distance determined by length of
capillary tubing.
2
If Transmitter Model Then Connect Remote
Number Is ... Seal on ...
STR93D or STR12D with high pressure (HP) side of
CM* as a Table Ill option transmitter to lower flange
mounting on tank wall for
variable head H1.
STR12D without CM* as a low pressure (LP) side of
Table Ill option or STR13D transmitter to lower flange
mounting on tank wall for
variable head H1 .
*CM is for compound characterized meter body

I I
ATTENTION On insulated tanks, remove enough insulation to
accommodate the flange extension.

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E.1 Installing Transmitters With Remote Diaphragm Seals
Changes, continued

Change Page 5-13,


continued
Step Action
3
If Transmitter Model Then COnnect Remote
Number Is ... Seal on ...
STR93D or STR12D with low pressure (LP) side of
CM* as a Table Ill option transmitter to upper flange
mounting on tank wall for
fixed or constant head H2.
STR12D without CM* as a high pressure (HP) side of
Table Ill option or STR13D transmitter to upper flange
mounting on tank wall for
fixed or constant head H2.
*CM is for compound characterized meter body

I I
ATTENTION On insulated tanks, remove enough insulation to
accommodate the flange extension.
4 Tighten bolts to torque of 45.4 to 54.2 N·m (35 to 40 ft-lb) .

LPSide------,
• Model STR93D
• Model STR12D with
Table Ill option CM"
HP Side - ----1
• Model STR12D without
Table Ill option CM'
• Model STR13D

Maximum Level

H2
Variable
Fixed
Head H1
Rei. Leg

Minimum Level

HP Side
• Model STR930
·Model STR12D with
Table Ill option CM"
lPSide ---~
• Model STR12D without
Table Ill option CM'
• Model STR13D
'CM stands lor Compound Characterized meter body .

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E~2 Parts List Changes
/
Change Figure 2/page Replace Figure 2 on page 6·2 with the following Figure 2.
6-2
Figure 2 Transmitter

I
~'
9

~ ........

r"'
/
.......

c;.._
I ._
K1

_,
·~
I

~15
K6 K7
K14 K6 K13 K12 7 K5 0
See note 2 K5 IK8

NOTES:
1. Terminal block assembly. See Figure 3 for parte.
2. These parts, Including the anached cable auembly that plugs Into the electronlca module, are part of the center aectlon -
shown only for references purposes. See Figures 4 through 7 for description of parts.
) 3. There are three styles of electronics modules (1A, 1 B, and 1C) and PROM boards (2A, 28, and 2C). Be sure to order the
style that matches the one In your transmitter, or order the appropriate conversion kit to convert to 1C/2C style.

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E.2 Parts List Changes, continued

Change Key No. 1C - Replace row for Key No. lC in Fig 2 Key No. table on page 6-3 with the
Fig. 2 Key No./page 6- following row.
3
1C 30756396-501 t Electronics module assembly 1
(Series 100, open style with one PCB, also called release 250)
Note that this module can also be used as a replacement for Series 600
with software version 6.2 or higher. For software version 6.1 or 9.1, also
order a new PROM assembly (Key No. 2C)
For FM/CSAISAAIPTB/BASEEFA approval applications

Add Key No. K6 - Kits Insert the following row above Key No. K8, above Key No. K12 and
table/page 5.,4 between Key Nos. K4 and K7 in Kits table on page 6-4.

K6 I I Lockwasher, metric, M4
Change Description Replace the description for part number 30753791-002 in Kits table on
for part number pages 6-8 and 7-52 with the following description.
30753791-002 - Kits
table /pages 6-8 and 7-
52
I I 3o753791-oo2 A286 SS (NACE) bolts and 3021304 SS (NACE) nuts kit

Change Flange Replace the Flange Adapter Kits (two heads) information in Kits table on
Adapter Kits (two pages 6-8 and 7-52 with the following Flange Adapter Kits (two heads)
heads) - Kits table
information.
/pages 6-8 and 7-52

Flange Adapter Kits (two heads)


30754419-002 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-004 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-018 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapters with 316 st. steel bolts)
30754419-020 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapters with 316 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter 4
K10 Gasket, flange adapter 2
K11 Flange adapter 2
K12 Filter screen 2
30754419-003 Flange adapter kit (Hast elloy C flange adapters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419019 Flange adapter kit (Hastelloy C flange adapters with 316 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter 4
K10 Gasket, flange adapter 2
K11 Flange adapter 2

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E.2 Parts List Changes, continued

Change Description Replace the description for part number 30753793-002 in Kits table on
for part number page 6-10 with the following description.
30753793-002 - Kits
table/page 6-10
30753793-002 A286 SS (NACE) Bolts & 302/304 SS (NACE) nuts kit, low pressure - wide
profile and all models - narrow profile

Change Description Replace the description for part number 30753795-002 in Kits table on
for part number page 6-10 with the following description.
30753795-002 - Kits
table /page 6-10
30753795-002 A286 SS (NACE) Botts & 302/304 SS (NACE) nuts kit, high pressure -
wide profile only

Change TABLE Ill • Replace TABLE III in Table 5-3 with the following TABLE III.
Table 5-3/page 6-12
TABLE Ill
None ..................... .................................................................... .... ...................... 00 . .• . . :

Teflon Process Head Gasket (Viton is standard) ............................... .................


Viton Process Head Gasket (Teflon is standard) ...............................................
A286 SS (NACE) Bolts and 302/304 SS (NACE) Nuts for Head .
TF
VT
CR
.. .
I'

Change TABLE Ill - Replace TABLE III in Table 6-1 on page 6-15 with the following TABLE
Table 6-1/page 6-15 III.

TABLE Ill OPTIONS


None ................ ... ................................................... ................... ............... ........... 00 ..
Adapter Flange- 1/2" NPT ST Steel ............ ....... ...... .............................. ........... 81
Adapter Flange- 1/2" NPT Hastelloy C ................................................... .............. T1 •
Adapter Flange- 1/2" NPT Monel ....................................................................... V1 •
A286 SS (NACE) Bolts and 304 SS (NACE) Retaining Ring for Head and
316 SS (NACE) Bolts for Adapter. .............. ............ .............................. .............. CR .
Modified DIN Reference Head- 316 SS ........................................................... DN m

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E.2 Parts List Changes, continued

Change kit data -Kits Replace the kit data in Kits table on page 6-16 with the following kit data.
table /page 6-16
Fig.6 Kit Number Contents Quantity
Key Per Kit
No.
30754419-006 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-008 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-022 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with 316 st. steel bolts)
30754419-024 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with 316 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1
K4 Filter screen 1
30754419-007 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-023 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with 316 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1

Change part number Change first part number 30756396-502 in Table 7 on page 6-19 to
30756396-502- Table 307 56396-501.
7/page 6-19

Change Description Replace the description for part number 30753793-002 in Kits table on
for part number page 7-57 with the following description.
30753793-002 - Kits
table/ a e 7·57
30753793-002 A286 SS (NACE) Bolts & 3021304 SS (NACE) nuts kit

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E.2 Parts List Changes,· continued

Change kit data - Kits Replace the kit data in Kits table on page 7-62 with the following kit data.
table /page 7-62
Key Kit Number Description Quantity
No. Per Kit
30754419-006 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-008 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-022 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with 316 st. steel bolts)
30754419-024 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with 316 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1
K4 Filter screen 1
30754419-007 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-023 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with 316 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1
KS 30757503-001 Housing seal kit 1

Change TABLE Ill - Replace TABLE III in Table 5-1 on page 7-64 with the following TABLE
Table 5-1/page 7-64 III.

TABLE Ill OPTIONS


None .......................................................................................... ......................... 00 • •
Adapter Flange- 1/2" NPT ST Steel .......... ........................................................
Adapter Flange -1/2" NPT Hastelloy C .............................................................
81
T1 .

~~~~~~~~~~~l!~~~~~o~'td~~~~-~.~~~~-~~---~~~~~~-i·~-~--~~~~-~~~-~-~~~.~~~······· CR .

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E.1 Series 900 Smart Transmitter Parts Changes

Change Pages 7·48 Replace the illustration in Figure 1 View A on page 7-48 and the table for
and 7-49 Figure 1 on page 7-49 in Section 34-ST-15-01 with the following
illustration and table.

Figure 1- Electronics Housing Assembly

3/K2 K1 1 K1 2

View A- Meter End

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E.1 Series 900 Smart Transmitter Parts Changes, continued

FIGURE 1
-- - -- . ·- . -- ----
Key No. Part Number Description
K1 30757503-001 Electronics Housing Seals Kit includes: "O• rings

30757504-001 Electronics Housing Hardware DP/1, GP/1, LGP/1 Kit includes:


Screws, Gasket, Plate, Washers, Cover terminal, Spacers

K2 51197425·001 Terminal Assembly Without Lightning Protection Conversion Kit


includes: Screws, Cover, Terminal Block
51197425-002 Terminal Assembly With Lightning Protection Conversion Kit
includes: Screws, Cover, Terminal Block

1 30756962-001 Cap

2 30756996-501 Cap, Meter

3 30756955·502 Terminal Assembly Without Lightning Protection

51404078-502 Terminal Assembly With Lightning Protection

4 30756998·501 Electronics Module Assembly With Local Zero and Span Option

30756998-502 Electronics Module Assembly Without Local Zero and Span


Option

5 30756997-501 Analog Meter (Table Ill selection ME)

30757178-501 Smart Meter (Table Ill selection SM)

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E.1 Head Bolt Torque Rating Changes

Change Pages 4-3 and Replace the Torque Rating Table on pages 4-3 and 4-14 with the
4-14 following table.

I ~TTI§_N_!!9~. J
• The following Table data supersedes data in all other errata provided
with this manual.
• If your transmitter model is a "special" order, it may have different
head bolt size and/or bolt material than that listed in the following
Table. In this case, call our Technical Assistance Center ( 1-800-423-
9883) to confirm torque rating requirements.

Process Head Bolt Torque Ratings


Transmitter :': _:*ajjdl~~~~>:~+-:_ _____
Bo_l_
t Ma
-r-t_
e r_ia_l _ _ _ _--t
Type Carbon Steel A286 Stainless Steel
. . . ::-:.. _.;:.;
(NACE)

Draft Range ; 17 to 19 lb-ft N/A


DPModel '.
(23 to 25.8 N · m)
STD110 17 to 19 lb-ft
N/A
(23 to 25.8 N · m)

All Other DP, 40 to 50 lb-ft N/A


GP, and AP (54.2 to 67.8 N · m)
'
Transmitters 40 to 50 lb-ft
N/A
(54.2 to 67.8 N · m)
..
,. 27 to 31 lb-ft 27 to 31 lb-tt
(36.6 to 42 N · m) (36.6 to 42 N · m)

18 to 19 lb-ft N/A
(24.4 to 25.8 N · m)
.... .... . ·-·~·:

:. :- ~w.:J~ :~~ ~ .: .;i N/A 13 to 14 lb-ft


(17.6 to 19 N · m)
· -~~- ~-::: ..~---~::.:·.~ :~

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1·1

Introduction Section 1

CONTENTS

TOPIC PAGE

How to Use This Book ....... ... .........•.... . . . ... . ....... .•..• .. . ..•....... .. .... ..... ............ 1-2

Helpful Hints When Using the SFC . ... . . . ... . .. .... ........ . . ..... . . .. .. ...... . ................• . •. . •.. 1·2
Don't be light-fingered . . .. . . .. . . ..... . ..... . .. .... . .... . .. .... .. . .............. ..... . ........... 1-2
Don't be in a hurry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Don't try to communicate during communication .......... ... . . .. .. . . ........................ •... . ... 1-2

SFC Software Versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3


Software version 5.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3

ST 3000 Software Versions . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4

Communication Concepts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . 1-5


Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Communication Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Typical Data Exchange with Digital Transmitter ......... .. .. .................. .... ... .. . . .. . .. ..•.... 1-6
Data Exchange and Memories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
SFC Memories .. . ... . . . . ..... .. . . . . . .... ............ . .......... ... . ............. . . .. .. . . .. ... . 1-7
ST 3000 Memories ..... ·. . . . .. . .. . . . . . .... . . .. .... . ..... .. .... .. ... ....... ... .... . .......... ... . 1-7

Printed In U.S.A. ~ • - Copyright 1990- Honeywell inc.

34-ST-02-02, Page 1 of 9
1·2

How to Use This Book This book is for everyone who now works or will be working with the ST 3000
Smart Transmitter and the model STS101 SFC Smart Field Communicator. The
sections are presented in building-blocks so as you move through the book you
build your knowledge. You'll recognize some procedures that are the same as
those for analog transmitters .
If you have never worked with the ST 3000 or SFC you will find everything you
need to know. Just start at the beginning and work your way through . Try all the
examples- if they don't work the first time, check what you did, how you did it,
and try again . When you finish the operating section you'll be fully trained on the
SFC and the ST 3000 transmitter.
If you know the ST 3000 and SFC operations, you can use this book as a review,
or to get a specific operation listed in the table of contents at the beginning of
each section. It's designed so you can move through quickly. Start at the begin-
ning and review the examples and the information in the left column. If you feel
you know and understand this section go unto the next. When you finish the oper-
ating section you'll have a much broader knowledge than when you started.
Whether you're a first timer or a veteran, move on to the Helpful Hints Section
and Get Started.

Helpful Hints When Using the SFC

Don't be light-fingered To guard against accidental keypresses, we've designed the SFC keyboard so
that you must use a fair amount of pressure to make contact. Try pressing some
keys with the SFC turned off to get a feel tor the amount of pressure you need. As
you release the pressure the key should lightly snap back. Practice this a little. If
the key does not make contact the tunciton will not occur. This is especially im·
portant when you press a number of keys in sequence, which brings me to my
next hint- don't press the keys too fast.

Don't be In a hurry Make it a habit to read the display each time you press a key. This will verify that
the SFC has responded to your every command.

Don't try to communicate If you press a key while the SFC is talking to the transmmitter it will not hear you .
during communication! Usually it will tell you this by displaying the word WORKING. But, when you're dis-
playing either the input or output of the transmitter, the reading automatically up-
dates every six seconds, so you won't see the communication- only the results.
Don't worry about this right now, just remember it; we'll tell you how to avoid it
later in this book. The important thing is that when you ask the SFC to do some-
thing and it either tells you that it 's "working" or you know it's communicating
with a transmitter, don't ask it to do something else.

34-ST-'12-'12, P2
1·3

SFC Software Versions As with any microprocessor-based product, the functions of the SFC can be
altered by changing its pre-programmed database or software. Thus, SFCs have
some differences depending upon which software version they contain. This in-
struction is for an SFC model STS101 with software version 5.0 or greater. If the
software version is 3.0 or less you must use instruction 34-ST-25-04 .

Display the software To see which software version your SFC has, press the [SHIFT] and then the [3]
version key.

SHIFT-

lsFC=5 . 0
OR

lsFC:3.0
OR

lsFC=2.9
OR

lsFC=2.7
Software version 4.0 The SFC model STS1 01 is fully compatible with ST 3000 pressure transmitters
that have software version 2.3 or greater (Series 100) or 6.2 or greater (Series
600). These transmitters feature the configurable Digital Communications Mode.
It is also compatible with the STT 3000 Smart Temperature Transmitter and the
Smart MagneW Electromagnetic Flowmeter. Note that the SFC will operate with
analog only pressure transmitters (software 2.2/4.2/6.1 or less), but functions will
be limited to those applicable for the transmitter software.

34-ST-o2-02, P3
1·4

ST 3000 Software Version The ST 3000 transmitters have some differences depending upon which software
version they contain 1.4, 1.5, 2.0, 2.2/4.2/6.1, or 2.3/6.2. These differences involve
calibration "CORRECT" procedures, reading of the failsafe output direction, read·
ing of the sensor temperature, and changing from analog mode to digital commu·
nications mode. For a complete explanation, refer to the calibration CORRECT er·
rors section in the Maintenance and Service section, and reading Failsafe Output
Direction, reading Sensor Temperature, and Changing Transmitter Mode in the
Configuration and Operation section.
Also, note that while software versions 2.3 and 6.2 are functionally alike, transmit·
ters which have the 2.3 version will meet Series 100 specifications, and those
which have the 6.2 version will meet Series 600 specifications. See the Series
600 Specification (34-ST-03·23) for details.
To display the software version your transmitter contains, connect the SFC to the
transmitter and press the [SHIFT] and [3) keys. The display shows both the SFC
and the transmitter software versions.

SHIFT-

lsFC=5.0 XMTR=l.4j (Series 100, analog only)


OR

lsFC=5.0 XMTR=l.5l (Series 100, analog only)


OR

lsFC=5.0 XMTR=2.0j (Serle~ 100, analog only)


OR

lsFC=5.0 XMTR=2.2j (Series 100, analog only)


OR

jsFC=5.0 XMTR=2.3I (Series 100, analog/digital)


OR

lsFC=5.0 XMTR=4.21 (Conventional Performance)


OR

lsFC:5.0 XMTR=6.11 (Series 600, analog only)


OR

lsFC=5.0 XMTR=6.21 (Series 600, analog/digital)

34·ST.()2.()2, P4
1·5

Communication Concepts
Summary The addition of a configurable Digital Communications Mode in the latest soft-
ware in the ST 3000 transmitters has resulted in an enhanced communications
protocol. This protocol still uses the transmitter's 4-20 mA transmission loop as its
medium for data exchange, but it features selectable broadcast modes for
greater communication flexibilty. Likewise, the Smart Field Communicator model
STS1 01 with software version 4.0 or greater automatically varies its protocol so it
is compatible with both ST 3000 analog and direct digital communication links.
The basis for the data exchange remains the same - you connect an SFC to a
transmitter, press a key, and receive a response on the SFC display. But, the way
the message request and response are handled differs depending upon whether
the transmitter is configured for analog mode or digital communications mode.
While message handling occurs without operator intervention, the following data
describes the various message (communication) formats for reference.

Communication modes Analog Only Transmitter or Transmitter In Analog Mode


Communication between an SFC and analog transmitter uses a Half-Duplex mes·
sage format. This format features a variable length message with a wake-up pulse
for on-demand requests/responses. During this data exchange, the control loop
must be in the manual mode.

Transmitter in Digital Communication Mode


Communication between an SFC (software version 4.0 or greater) and a digital
transmitter uses one of the following message formats depending upon the opera·
tion being performed.

• Hslf-Duplex (Digits/ Enhanced)


This format is used for on-demand requests/responses, except database up-
loads. It features a variable length message without a wake-up pulse. While this
message format is similar to the one for analog transmitters, it appends the
transmitter response to process variable (PV) data which minimizes process
signal interruption in the control loop.

• Brosdcsst 4-Byte
This format is normally used for reading transmitter's process variable data
and establishing transmitter type at start-up. It features one byte for "flags"
which include transmittter status and some configuration data and three bytes
for process variable data.

• Brosdcsst 6-Byte
This format is used for uploading a transmitter's database to the SFC Hold
memory. It is similar to the 4-byte format, but it includes two additional bytes of
transmitter database information.

34-ST -02-02, P5
1·6

Typical dsts exchange All SFC on-demand requests, except a database upload, are handled as shown in
with digits/ transmitter the following timing diagram.

Transmitter stops broadcasting PV data when it detects a request

After receipt of a complete message, transmitter returns to configured broadcast


mode and processes a response message

After next PV data broadcast, transmitter sends


response message in half-duplex protocol

After transmitter sends response


message, it returns to configured
broadcast mode within 100 msecs

14

Xmtr PV + response

SFC

Request

SFC transmits request during next inter-message gap

SFC synchronizes operation with next transmitter message

SFC detects message length and gap location

420.198
SFC waits at least 100 msecs for any digital communications

Note that all requests, except configuration downloads, result in a loss of PV data
for not more than 0.3 seconds. However, configuration downloads could interrupt
PV data for up to 3 seconds. ·

34-ST.02.02, P6
1·7

Data Exchange and Data exchanged between the SFC and the ST 3000 is stored in memories in both
Memories these instruments. The SFC has two memories: WORKING and HOLD . The
ST 3000 has two: WORKING and NON-VOLATILE.

SFC Memories WORKING- A temporary storage area for displaying , changing, and entering
data.
HOLD - A storage area for a configuration database loaded into the SFC from a
transmitter. Data in this memory cannot be displayed or altered.

ST 3000 Memories WORKING- A storage area for all configuration and operating data.
NON-VOLATILE- A permanent storage area for a back-up copy of all the data
held in the working memory. Data is maintained in this memory if the transmitter
loses power. There is also a "Scratch Pad" area (2 groups of 16 characters each)
for the entry of operator notes.

SFC TRANSMITTER
r -- --
I
WORKING
MEMORY
- I
I
I
I
I ,
I
I WORKING NON·
~ VOLATILE
I MEMORY
MEMORY
I
I '
I
I
HOLD I
MEMORY I
I I

L _ _ _ _ ___ _l L ___ _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ __ J


420-199

34-ST-02·02, P7
2·1

Configuration and Operation Section 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Topic Page

Unpacking the Smart Field Communicator .. . .... . ... . .. . .. . .. . .. , .. .. . ... ......... ......... ..... ...... . 2·3
What you get . ......... . ............... . .......... .. . .. .. .... .......... . ....... . ............. 2·3
What to do . . .............. . ... . ...... . .. . ....... . ..... .. ... ..... ............... . ... .... .. ... 2·3
Turn on the SFC power ...... .. ............. . ... .. . . .... . . ... . . .......... ... .... . .............. 2·4

Getting Started - Using the SFC for the First Time .... . .. . .. . ... .. . . .. . .............. . ...... .. ........... 2·5
How it works .................................. . . . ......... . .. ... ................ . ..... .. ..... 2·6
Press some keys ........ . ........ . ................ . . .. .... . . ............... . ................. 2·6

Establishing and Testing Communications ....... . ... . ............. . .. ........ .. ........................ 2·9
Establising a communication link ........................... . ..... ..... ......... . ................. 2·9
Connecting to an ST 3000 transmitter .................... . ........ .. . . .. ..... . ................... . 2·9
Connecting at an Intrinsic Safety Barrier Panel or Field Junction Box .......................... ... . . 2·9
Connecting the SFC directly at the transmitter ................. . .... ... . .................... . .. 2·10
Testing the communication link ........................... . ... . . ..... . ........... . ............... 2·10
What if the test fails ..................... . ... . .. .. ...... . .. . . .. . .......... . . . ... . .. .. ..... . .... 2·11
Diagnostic messages ............................... . .......... ............ . ... .... ............ 2·11

Disconnecting the SFC from the Transmitter .. . ........... . .. . ...... . . ... .......... . . ... ................ 2·14
Check list .......................................... . ...... . .. .. .... . ...... . . ............ •... 2·14

Changing the Transmitter Mode ...... . ................. . ... ........... .. ........... ....... ... ........ 2·16

Configuring a Transmitter ................ . . . .. .. .. . ... .. .. ..... .. . ... ............. ... . .............. 2-17
Reranging a transmitter ... . ,.......... . ...... . ...... . .. ....... ... .. .... ........ .. . . .... . .. ...... 2·17
Keying a database directly into the transmitter ............. . . .. ................... ... .... . .......... 2·18
Keying-in:
the ID .................. . . ................ . . . . ..... .. ........... ... .................... 2-18
Letters ......... . ................... . .......... .......... ... ........... . ................ 2·18
Numbers ................ . . ... . . ....... . . . .. . . . ........... . . ... . ... .... .... ............. 2·19
Selecting the OUTPUT FORM ....... . .. . .... .. . . ... . . .. ............................ ... .......... 2·21
Adjusting the DAMPING TIME .......................... .. . . ...................... . ........ ...... 2·22
Selecting the UNITS in which to display values ..... . .. .. ... ....................... . . . ............... 2·26
Preprogrammed units ..................... . ... . .. .............. ...... . ............. ...... . 2-26
Special units ................................. .... ... ..... ...... .... .... ................. 2·29
Keying-in the LOWER and UPPER RANGE VALUES (LRV, URV) ......................................... 2·32
Key-in the LRV . .... . .. . ........... . .. . .. . .... . . ......................... ............... . 2·32
Key-in the URV .. .... .. .... . .. . .. . ... . . .... . . .. . .. ..... . ....... .. . ...... . .. . .. ........... 2·33

Prlnteclln U.S.A. • © Copyright 1990-:- Honeywell Inc.

34-ST-10·07, Page 1 of 63
2·2

TABLE OF CONTENTS- Continued

Topic Page
Selecting the type of operation for the transmitter in the Digital Communications Mode ........... .......... 2·35
Initiating "DE" configuration .. . .... .. . . .. . .. .. .. . . . ... ...... .. .. . . ... . ................ . .... 2-35
Making the type of transmitter operation selection . .. . ... .. .. . ... . . . .. . .... .... . .. ..... . .. . .. ... 2-36
Making the message format seletion ... . . . . . ... .. ...... .. .. ... . ... . .. . .. ..... ............ .... 2-37
Making the failsafe mode tor the digital control system selection . . . . . . .... .. . ....... .......... .... 2-37
Copying data into the Non-Volatile memory .. . .... . ... .. ...... . . ... .. . ... . . . . . . . . .... . ... . ..... ..... 2-41
Saving a database that exists in a transmitter into the SFC HOLD memory ..... . .. . ..... •.... .. .......... 2-43
Restoring a database from the SFC HOLD memory into a transmitter ......... .. ..... ..•...... .. . . .. .•... 2-44
Setting the Lower and Upper Range Values of the transmitter using an applied pressure .. •......... . ...... . 2-46
Set the Lower Range Value .... . ........ . . . .... .. .............. .. ..... . . .. ..• ... ..... .. .... 2·46
Set the Upper Range Value . .. ............ . . . . ... .. ... ... . .... . . . .... . ......•.............. 2-47

Using the ST 3000 Transmitter as a Current Source ... .. .. . ... . ... . ..... . .... . . . ... ....... . ...... ....... . 2-50
Display the output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... ....... .. .. .......... .. .. . .. . .. .... ... . . 2·50
Key-in percent of output ... .. .. . . . ..... . ...... . .. . . .. . . . . . .... .... . . ... . . . ..... .. ............... 2·51
Clear the output mode . . .. .. ... . .... . . . . . ... . . . . . .. . . . . . .... . . ........ . .. . . .. .......... ..... ... 2·51

Writing Data in the Scratch Pad Area ...... . . . ... . . . . . ... . . .. .. . ....... . .. .. . .... . ......... .. .......... 2-53

Displaying Operating Data .......... ; .... . . . ... . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . .. .. . .. . ....... . . . . ... ..... . ..... . .... . 2·56
Displaying the configuration elements'... . .... . . . . . ..... .. ... . ........ . ..... . . .. . . . ..... . ..... . . ... 2·56
Displaying the operating parameters . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... ... . ..... ...... . ..... . .. .. ...... .... .... .. 2·57
Displaying the failsafe output direction . .. . ...... . . . . .. .. . .. . . . .......... ... .. ......... . ........ .. . 2·59
Displaying the sensor temperature ..... ... .. . . . . ..... . ...................... .. .. . .. .... . .. ... .... 2-59
Displaying the scratch pad messages .. ... . ... .. . . . .. ..... .. ... . ..... . . . .. . .. ..................... 2-60

Diagnostics and SFC Messages .... ..... . . ..... .. . . .. .. ...... . . . . .. .......... . .. ........ . .... . ....... 2-61
OK status ....... . ......... . .. . .... . .... .. ............. . . . ... . .......... ......... . .... ..... . . 2·61
Critical status .... . .. . ... . . . .... .. .. . . . . ... ... . .. . .... . ... . ......... . .... ... . ............ . .... 2-61
Non-Critical status ....... . .... .. ... ... .. . ........ . .............. . ..... . .. ......... ....... ..... 2-61
Low battery voltage ... ... ... . . . . .. .. . .... .. . . . .... . .. . . . . . ....... .. . . . ... ..... .. ..... ......... 2·61
Diagnostic messages . .... . . . ... .. . . . . . .. .. . . ... . . . . . ... .. .... . .... .. ..... ..............• . .•... 2·62

34-ST-10.07, P2
2·3

Unpacking the SFC Smart Field Communicator

What you get Your SFC package includes the SFC Smart Field Communicator, a battery
charger (optional), and two sets of leads: easy-hooks and aligator clips.

What to do First install the battery pack:

Hex screws

Battery pack

Remove the two hex screws with a metric hex wrench and then remove the cover
on the back of the SFC. Insert the battery pack and connect the plug in the bat-
tery compartment to the pin on the pack.
Replace cover and tighten the hex screws.
Charge the batteries.
WARNING: The SFC battery charger Is not Intrinsically safe. Do not charge
the SFC batteries In a hazardous location.
Connect the battery charger to the side-connector on the SFC. Connect the other
end into any standard AC outlet.

34·ST·10-07, P3
2·4

Tum on the SFC power Slide the power switch on the side of the SFC to the ON position.

Power
switch
Off

Your display on the front of the SFC should look like this after the SFC runs its
SELF CHECK and lights all the display segments:

IPUT LOOP IN MAN


If not, slide the power switch to the OFF position. Make sure the battery charger
is connected properly since it's possible that your batteries may have discharged
during shipping. Let the SFC charge for 10 to 15 minutes and then turn it on. If
after charging the batteries, the display still does not appear. contact Honeywell
Inc. Fort Washington, PA.

34-ST-10.07, P4
2·5

Getting Started - Using the SFC for the First Time


On the following pages you'll see some graphics along with the text. This is what
they mean :

A
For transmitters in Analog Mode or Analog only transmitters .

DE
For transmitters in Digital Communications Mode.

Press--••0 Press key A once.

Press key A then press key B.

Press key A repeatedly until you display what you


want.

____..,..,.g-.0
BB

Press _ Press the SHIFT key, then key A to ad-


dress function 88 above key.

Read the SFC display.

Now, move on and see how to use a few basic SFC operations.

34-ST-10-07, P5
2·6

How it works It's time to try some keys. Right now the message PUT LOOP IN MAN. is on the
display. Locate the [I D) key on the SFC keyboard.

DE READ SFM CONF STT CONF

>II 1111!1
111111!1
DE CONF INPUT RESET

IJIII!IEI
~2().187A

Press some keys Press the [I D) key and watch the display. You should see the following messages:

Press___..~ lsFC WORKING •••

lNO XMTR RESPONSE!

!FAilED COMM CHK I


lHI RES/lO VOlT I
!PRESS STATUS! I
These messages are diagnostic messages and tell you that the SFC tried to com-
municate with a transmitter but the communication failed. We know why: the SFC
is not connected to a transmitter. But, the SFC thinks a communication problem
exists so it tells you to check the operating status when it displays the PRESS
STATUS! message.

34-ST-10.07, P6
2·7

Locate the [STAT] key on the SFC keyboard .

•••••
F/S DIR PROM • SW VER

••••
RANGE SCRPAD

NON- VOL

1181111
420·1978

When you press the [STAT] key while you're connected to a transmitter you start
an operation check of communications, the loop, the transmitter. and the SFC.
Press the [STAT] key now and watch the display.

FIS DIR

Press_.., STATu I lsFC WORKING •••

!FAILED COMM CHK I


!No XMTR RESPONsE!

IH I RES/LO VOLT

!sTATUS RECEIVED

Again a series of diagnostic messages appear. but in a different order and with a
different last message. The results of the status check changed the order of the
messages. It will always display the most important message first and the rest in
a descending order of importance and then STATUS RECEIVED. Look at the Diag-
nostics section of your operating card, and read the explanations for these
messages.

34-ST-10..()7, P7
2·8

You now know that the SFC has its own diagnostics and reports any failures by
way of diagnostic messages, in order of importance. The ST 3000 also runs diag-
nostics. When you are connected to a transmitter and you press the [STAT] key,
the transmitter sends a report to the SFC display. We will get into transmitter
status later in this section .
Locate the [CLR] key on the SFC keyboard:

••••
F/S DIR PROM • SW VER

RANGE SCR PAD

••••
BEJBiii I.
NON-VOL

Press the [CLR] key. What happened? Your SFC display changed to this :

rtLRl
Press --+ ~ IREADY •••
This display means you cleared your previous operation, and the SFC is
"READY" for your next instruction. You can use this key anytime you make a
mistake or you want to exit an operation.

Next: establishing and testing communications.

34-ST-1().()7, PS
2·9

Establishing and Testing Communication

Establishing a Establishing communication with a tranmsitter is simply connecting the SFC leads
communication link to the 4-20 mA line of the correct transmitter. Once you're connected, you're
ready to test the communication loop.

Connecting to an ST 3000 IMPORTANT: ALWAYS PLUG THE SFC LEADS INTO THE SFC FIRST AND THEN
smart transmitter CONNECT THEM TO THE TRANSMITIER.
When you were learning how the SFC worked, you didn't have any leads con-
nected to it. Now it's time to plug in the leads that came with your SFC, either the
alligator clips or easy-hooks, to the connector on the side of the SFC.
Now you're ready to go. Next question is where are you going to connect. Your
choices are either at a junction box somewhere along the 4-20 mA line, on the
field side of the intrinsic Safety Barrier Panel in the control room, or at the trans-
mitter. Following are examples for connecting at all three places. Use the one you
need.

Connecting at an Intrinsic
Safety Barrier Panel or
a Field Junction Box

Locate the 4-20 mA line terminal for the transmitter at either a junction box or the
field side of the IS barrier panel. Connect the SFC leads: red to positive and black
to negative.

34-ST-10-07, P9
2·10

Connecting the SFC directly WARNING: WHEN THE JUNCTION BOX COVER ON THE TRANSMITTER IS
to a transmitter REMOVED THE HOUSING IS NOT EXPLOSION-PROOF.

420-101A

SFC
Remove the cover from the transmitter junction box. Connect the easy-hook leads
to the terminals: red to positive and black to negative.
Once you have connected an SFC to a transmitter - no matter where - the pro-
cedure for testing communication is the same.

Testing the IMPORTANT: FOR COMMUNICATIONS TO WORK THE SENSE RESISTOR (250
communication OHMS MINIMUM) MUST NOT BE PARALLELED WITH LARGE VALUES OF
link FILTER CAPACITANCE. FOR ANY GIVEN SENSE RESISTOR THE MAXIMUM
ALLOWABLE FILTER CAPACITANCE ACROSS THE SENSE RESISTOR CAN BE
FOUND FROM
C ( F) = Rsense (ohms)
"' 104
This test checks the communication between the SFC and the transmitter to be
sure it's:
connected properly
communicating properly, and
talking to the correct transmitter.
To run this test, you press the [ID] key.

34-ST-10-07, P10
2·11

Testing the
communication /Ink Slide the SFC power switch to ON. After the SFC runs its SELF CHECK, your
(continued) display will look like this:

A DE

!PUT LOOP IN MAN IIPRESS I D •••

If nothing appeared on the display, check the batteries in the SFC and recharge
or replace them if necessary.
This is your first check. If your analog loop is not in the manual operating mode,
put it in manual now. Note that you do not have to put a digital loop in manual
mode during most SFC communications. However, we recommend that you put
your digital loop in manual whenever you are going to change a configuration
database element. The configuration elements are explained later in this section.
If you want to change the transmitter from analog mode to digital communica-
tions mode or vice versa, see the Changing the Transmitter Mode procedure in
this section. Note that the analog mode is the "defualt" selection unless you
change it.
Press the [I D) key. Your display will look similar to this:

A DE

Press____...~
1 2 3 1A 3

Section 1 is the output form. Either LIN or SORT (for linear or square root, respec-
tively). Section 1A stands for Digital Enhanced Transmitter which means that the
transmitter is in the Digital Communications Mode.
Section 2 is the transmitter type: DP for differential pressure, GP for guage
pressure, or AP for absolute pressure.

34-ST-10-07, P11
2·12

Section 3 is the transmitter identification or tag number. If no identification was


assigned to this transmitter, then eight Xs will appear:

A DE

IL 1N DP xxxxxxxx linE XMTR xxxxxxxx I


If a display that contains an ID or Xs appears, the communication test was a suc·
cess, and you can talk to this transmitter.

What if the test falls? The SFC diagnostics troubleshoot a communication failure and display a message
indicating the problem. If the test fails, the SFC will display one or more of the
following messages:

Diagnositc Messages The transmitter did not respond to the


!No XMTR RESPONSE! message due to a transmitter or loop wiring
problem, or because SFC connections are
the wrong polarity.

Either an SFC electronics problem or a dead


!FAILED COMM CHK I communication loop

Too much resistance in the loop (open cir·


IHI RES/LO VOLT cuit), voltage is too low or both.

Press the status key to display the applicable


!PRESS STATUS! diagnostic message.

Not enough resistance in series with the com·


!LOW LOOP RES munication loop.

Either the SFC or the transmitter is not send·


!INVALID COMM ing or receiving the correct message.

The SFC is not working correctly.


lsFC FAULT

34-ST-10-07, P12
2·13

Diagnostic messages - If any of the previous messages appear, try communicating again. If the condition
Continued continues, check and be sure that
- the SFC is connected correctly,
- the loop is powered,
- a minimum of 250 ohms resistance is between the SFC and the power
supply,
- the SFC batteries are charged,
-the transmitter is working properly.
Refer to the Maintenance and Service section for a complete list of diagnostic
messages and suggested corrective actions.

SUMMARY Review the following statements and if you're unsure about any one, review the
relevant data.
- Establishing COMMUNICATIONS with a transmitter is simply connecting the
SFC to the 4·20 rnA line of the correct transmitter.
- Always plug the SFC leads into the SFC before connecting them to a
transmitter.
-You can connect the SFC to the transmitter at a FIELD JUNCTION BOX, on
the field side of the INTRINSIC SAFETY BARRIER PANEL, or directly at the
TRANSMITIER.
-When the JUNCTION BOX COVER on the TRANSMITIER is removed, the
HOUSING IS NOT EXPLOSION-PROOF.
-You must put your analog loop in manual operation before COMMUNICATING
with a transmitter.
-The COMMUNICATION TEST consists of pressing the ID key to request the
ID from the transmitter.
- If a COMMUNICATION TEST fails, the SFC will display DIAGNOSTIC
MESSAGES telling you what the problem is.

34-ST-10-07, P13
2·14

Disconnecting the SFC from the Transmitter


IMPORTANT: ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE SFC LEADS FROM THE TRANSMIT-
TER BEFORE UNPLUGGING THEM FROM THE SFC.

Check list Go through the following check list and be sure all the conditions are met when
you are disconnecting the SFC from the transmitter .
1. Be sure the transmitter is not in the output mode. The SFC displays a If
character on the right side of the display indicating the output mode.

1 o. o inH20

To exit this mode, press the [OUTPUT] key and then the [CLR] key.

INPUT

Press !READY •••

The If character no longer appears on the display. If this character remains on


the display after you cleared the output mode, press the [STATUS] key and do
an operational check.
2. Store all changes in the transmitters non-volatile memory.

Press -I S~IT I SHIFT_

NON-VOL
lsFC WORKING •••

loATANON-VOLATI LEI

34-ST-10.07, P14
2·15

Check list · Continued 3. Disconnect the SFC leads from the transmitter before unplugging them from
the SFC. If the cable is unplugged from the SFC with the leads connected to
the transmitter lines, the transmitter may "reset" . All data in the transmitter's
working memory will be lost. The transmitter temporarily initializes and then
copies any values stored in the non-volatile memory into the working memory.
If this data is different than your entries, you will have to re-enter all your
values again .
4. Be sure the SFC is disconnected from the transmitter before returning the loop
to the automatic operating mode.

34-ST-10-07, P15
2 .. 16

Changing The Transmitter Mode


Transmitters with software version 2.3/6.2 or greater operate in either an analog
mode or a digital communications mode as selected. You can quickly change
from one mode to the other using the SFC.
Press the [SHIFT) key, and then the [RESTORE] KEY to enter the analog (A) to
digital (DE) change mode.

A DE

"'""- 1s~n'l lcHNG TO DIGITAL1llcHNG TO ANALOG1


A-DE

~
To change from the analog mode (A) to the digital communications mode (DE) or
the digital communictions mode to the analog mode, you must press the [ENTER]
key. Press the [CLR] key if you don't want to change the mode.

NON-VOL

Press ____.I ENTER


(yes)
I lsFC WORKING •••

IREADY •••

The SFC displays SFC WORKING ... and then READY ... This means that the
transmitter's mode of operation has been changed.

34-ST-10..()7, P16
2·17

Configuring a Transmitter
In communication concepts, we described a place in the transmitter where you
store the configuration elements called the transmitter's WORKING MEMORY.
This memory looks like this:

ST 3000 WORKING MEMORY

A & DE DE only

ID TYPE SINGLE RNG*


OUTPUT LINEAR* MESSAGE 4-BYTE*
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING SEC. FAILSAFE
TIME
LRV inH20
URV inH20
*These are the "default" selections that will apply unless changed during configuration .

You can get data into this memory by: keying-in individual elements directly, mov-
ing in a complete data base, or applying a pressure to the transmitter and setting
the upper and lower range values to that pressure.
In this section you will learn all these procedures, starting with keying-in directly,
and when you finish you will be fully trained on configuring a transmitter.
From now on we will assume your SFC is connected to a transmitter and you
have run a communication test.

Rersnging a transmitter When you reranged a conventional analog transmitter you usually either removed
and recalibrated it, or installed a different one. Now, with the ST 3000, reranging
means changing the range (changing the lower and upper range values) on the
existing transmitter while it's in the loop. And, there are a variety of ways you can
change the range; the simplest way being a few key strokes on the SFC. You can
also copy a range from another transmitter, or set the range using applied pres-
sures. Note that "dual range" type transmitters feature on-line reranging through
TDC 3000 controller configuration data - See the Smart Transmitter/Digital Com-
munication Card (ST/DC), Implementation Data CB-10·10 for details.

_)

34-ST-10-07, P17
2·18

Rersnging a transmitter Depending upon the procedure you wish to use. see one of the these topics:
-Continued Keying a Database Directly Into the Transmitter
Saving a Database That Exists in a Transmitter
Setting the Lower and Upper Range Values of the Transmitter Using Applied
Pressure

Keying s dstabase into the For this procedure, you will communicate directly with the working memory in the
transmitter tranmsitter. You can do this on the field side of the IS barrier panel, at a field
junction box, or directly at the transmitter.

Keying in the ID Press the [I D) key and your display will look similar to this one:

A DE
DE READ

Press____..~ .,LIN GP LT278 !joE XMTR LT278

What you see on your SFC display is the actual data stored in the transmitter.
Notice the line under the first character of the ID. This is the cursor and indicates
where you can key in the ID. If this transmitter was not given an ID, a series of
eight Xs will appear with the cursor under the first X.
NOTE: Press [SHIFT] and [ID] keys to read the output form, and transmitter type
along with the ID for a transmitter in the digital communications mode:

DE
DE READ

Press____..~~ jLIN GP LT278

You can also key in the ID through this display.


For this exercise, you will key-in the ID- PT3011. If you're keying in your own ID
just follow the steps and substitute your information where it's appropriate.

Keying in letters Since this sample ID starts with letters, you must put your SFC into the ALPHA
mode. Looking at your SFC keyboard, you'll notice that the alphabet and some
characters are located in the upper right corner of most of the keys. These alpha
characters are used when you enter an ID, the name for special units, or mes-
sages in the scratch pad area.

34-ST-10.07, P18
2·19

Keying In letters To use any of the letters or characters on the corner of the keys, you must use
-Continued what is called the ALPHA mode. That is, you must press the ALPHA key before
pressing the other keys. When you press it once, any key you press after that will
put an alpha character on the display. There are only three instances when you
can put alpha characters on the display: when you're keying-in an ID, when
you're entering your own units (we'll get into units later), and when you're writing
messages in the scratch pad area.
Press the [ALPHA] key and watch the display.

A DE

Press ___..I AL~HA I L


1 LI_N_G_P
- --~'
;;;.__* I DE XMTR *

An asterisk appears on the display over the cursor and in place of the first char·
acter of the old ID. The rest of the old ID disappears.
Now press the following keys or the keys for your ID.

D
Your display Will look similar to this:

A DE

I_N_G_P_PT_*_
IL.,.._L ____JI IDE XMTR pT *
Keying in numbers Next you must get out of the ALPHA mode so you can key in numbers. Press the
[ALPHA] key again.

A DE

Press ___..I A~HA I L I_N_G_P


L....-1 _PT..;::._-.~IIoE XMTR PT

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2·20

Keying In numbers The asterisk disappears. Now press these keys or the keys to the remainder of
-Continued your 10.

Your display now looks like this .

A DE

Press ____. , Al~HA I jLIN GP PT 3011_ljoE XMTR PT 3011_1

So far you have keyed the 10 into the SFC display. The transmitter has notre-
ceived it yet. If you clear the display or stop this function right now, whatever was
in the transmitter before you started will still be there .
To load the 10 into the transmitter, you must press the [ENTER] key.

A DE

Press__., ENTER
(yes)
I lsFC WORKING ••• llsFC WORKING •••

ILIN GP PT 3011 lloE XMTR PT 3011 I


The SFC displays SFC WORKING ... and returns without the cursor . This means
the loading was successful.
The transmitter's working memory now looks like this:

A & DE DE only

10 PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING SEC. FAILSAFE
TIME
lRV inH20
URV in H20

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2·21

Selecting the The next element we will enter is the OUTPUT FORM . Locate the [LIN/v'1 key on
OUTPUT FORM the keyboard. Be careful not to confuse the [LIN/v'1 key with the key labeled
[OUTPUT], this key has a different function.
Press the [LIN/v'1 key. You can select either a linear or a square root output.
Whichever one is currently stored in the transmitter will appear, for example:
NOTE: If the transmitter is in the Digital Communications Mode and UPLOAD
DATABASE appears in the display instead of LINEAR or SQUARE ROOT, press
the [SHIFT] and [ID] keys to display the complete ID for the digital transmitter
which bypasses the database upload delay. Now, press the [LIN/v'1 key again and
continue with the following example.

Press_.@ LINEAR

Press the same key again and the display changes to the other selection:

Press~@ !sQUARE ROOT

For this example, press the key until LINEAR appears on the display.

LINEAR

Now enter it into the tranmsitter's working memory the same way you entered the
ID; press the [ENTER] key. The SFC displays SFC WORKING .. . and then returns
with the output form on the display.

lsFC WORKING •••

LINEAR

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2·22

The Working memory of the transmitter now contains two configuration elements.

A & DE DE only

ID PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT liNEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING SEC. FAILSAFE
TIME
LRV in H20
URV inH20

Adjusting the The next element is the DAMPING TIME. On analog transmitters you set the
DAMPING TIME damping with a screwdriver at an adjustment on the tranmsittter. The adjustment
had a minimum and a maximum limit and you set it somewhere in between these
two. Now, using the SFC, you will adjust the damping by selecting a value on the
SFC and sending that value to the transmitter. You still have a maximum and min·
imum range that you set between, but it will be in seconds and range from 0.0 to
32.0.
NOTE: The electrical noise effect on the output signal is direcltly related to the
turn down ratio of the transmitter. As the turn down ratio increases, the peak-to·
peak noise on the output signal increases. Therefore, it's desirable to set the
damping to the largest value that the system can accept, thus reducing the output
noise.
The Damping Time is set at the factory based on the following :
Turn Down Ratio Damping Setting

0 through 8:1 0.32 Seconds

8:1 and above 1.0 Seconds

The Turn Down Ratio is found by dividing the upper range limit of the transmitter
by the configured range using the following equation :

Turn Down Ratio = --,...,...---=---U-'p-7-p:-e-:-r_R_a_n~g_e_L_im-=it_ _:-:-,...--,,.....


(Upper Range Value- Lower Range Value)

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Adjusting the For example: A 400 inH 20 transmitter configured for a range of 0 to 50 inH 20
DAMPING TIME would have a turn down ratio of:
-Continued T D R . URL 400 8
urn own at1o = (URV _ LRV} = (SO - a) = 1 oRB:1

The graph below shows typically how the output noise varies with turn down ratio
on a differential pressure transmitter with an upper range limit of 400 inH 20.

3.0
• Noise 0.25 HZ & above.
• Do not confuse this data with
tran smitter accuracy as outlined
In the transmitter's specification
2.5 sheet .
Damping 0.32 sec.

2.0
~

"'"'c.
B
~
1.5 ~ Damping 0.5 sec.
8."'
5l
'(j
z / D•mp;ng 2.0 ""·
* 1.0

/ / Damping 8.0 sec.

0.5
/
/
5 10 20 30 40

D.P. inches of water 420-135

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2·24

Set the DAMPING Locate the [DAMP] key on the keyboard:

4201970

Press the [DAMP] key. Your display will look similar to this one displaying
whatever time is currently set in the tranmsitter.

Press ___.I DAMPc I 0.0 SECONDS

Our example shows 0.0 seconds which is the minimum value which sets the
transmitter for no damping.
Locate the two orange adjustment keys on the SFC that look like this:

4:Z0.197E

When you press either of these keys, the adjustment is sent directly to the trans·
mitter. These keys can raise or lower the damping value. The [&] key raises the
value and the ['Y] lowers the value. Since we're at the lowest damping value, we
have to use the(&] and raise the damping value. Press the[&] key once and your
display will look like this:

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2·25

Set the DAMPING


-Continued

Press ____..Q lsFC WORKING •••


~

1 o.1s SECONDS
The setting in the transmitter has changed to this new value. Press either the [•]
or the ['f'] key until you display the value you need. For our example, we'll set the
transmitter at 2.0 seconds.

SECONDS
The Working Memory of the transmiter now contains three configuration
elements.

A & DE DE only

ID PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE
TIME
LRV inH20
URV inH20

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2·26

Selecting the UNITS In The next two elements for the sample database are the lower and upper range
which to display values values (LRV and URV). Before we get into these elements let's consider how we
want them displayed.

Pre-programmed units Although the most common units for measuring pressure are inches of water or
pounds per square inch you may want it shown other than in inH 20 or PSI. The
SFC can display the measured pressure in either one of nine pre-programmed
units or in a unit that you specify.
First find the [UNITS] key on the keyboard. This is one of the green keys on the
upper part of the keyboard. This key is only used for displaying and not for setting
a configuration element.

DE READ SFM CONF STT CONF

····~
111!1110
DE CONF INPUT RESET

IJIII!ID
420-197F

Now, press the [UNITS] key, and your display will look like this:

Press ___.., UNITSo I inH20 lnche~ of water

When you press the [UNITS] key again the next selection appears:

Press__., UNITSDI mmHg Millimeters of mercury

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Selecting the UNITS in Continue to press this key until you are back to in H20.
which to display values
-Continued

PSI Pounds per square inch

KPa Kilopascals

MPa Megapascals

mbar Millibar

ba r Bar

Grams per square centimeter

Kilograms per square centimeter

inHg Inches of mercury

mmH20 Millimeters of water

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2·28

Selecting the UNITS In


which to display values 11.0000 inH20 Special units
-Continued

inH20 Inches of water

Notice the last display before you returned to inH20 was a number followed by a
unit of measurement. In this case, the number is 1.0000 and the unit of measure-
ment is in inH20 (inches of water). This display identifies what we call special
units. This is where you can key-in any type of units you wish to use for display.
After we explain how to select pre-programmed units we'll tell you about special
units.
a
To show you how the units work let's display value that uses units. We'll use the
URV. Don't worry about understanding the URV right now other than it's mea-
sured in units.

inH20

Pre-programmed units For this example, assume that the transmitter's Upper Range Value is 400 inH 20.
Press the [URV] key. Your display will look like this:

Press__.~ I!OO.O inH20


~
Now, press the [UNITS] key again. Your display will look like this:

Press __.I I
UNITSo mmHG

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Pre-programmed units Press the [URV] key again :


-Continued

Press____.~ 1747.2 mmHG


~
The SFC converted 400 inH 2 0 to 747.2 mmHg . Go back and display other units
and then press the [URV] key and you will see that the SFC converts 400.0 inH 20
to:

114.448 PSI

199.63 KPa

jo.o996 MPa

1996.2 mbar

and so on.

Special Units Now, for those special units. The display that looked like this:

inH20

This display is called special units because you can change these units into any
units you need.

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2·30

Special units When you want to display transmitter data in some unit other than those already
-Continued programmed into the SFC, you must key-In a conversion factor over this display.
Then the SFC can calculate the new unit for you .
Press the [UNITS] key until you get the special units display:

Press __., UNIT~ I inH20

When you change these units you must convert from 1.0 inH20 into your units.
For example, if you wanted to use pounds per square foot (PSF) you must first
find out how many PSF equals 1.0 in H20. After looking it up on a conversion table
we find that 5.197 PSF = 1.00 lnH20. Now you must key-in the conversion fac-
tor, 5.1 97 over the 1.0000 and the name, PSF, over the inH20.
The crusor under the 1 on th.e SFC display means you can key-in over this display,
so press the following keys:

Press__.0 []
Your display looks like this:

,5.197_
Next, tell the SFC this is the end of the number portion on the entry by pressing
the [ALPHA] key.

Press__., AL~HA I ,5.197 ....,.

The cursor moved to the area of the display reserved for the name of the units.
And an asterisk appears above the cursor which means you're in the ALPHA
mode.

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2·31

Special units Now you can key-in the name of your units . Press these keys :
-Continued

Press -----~~-~9p
~

The display looks like this:

15.197 PSF:_

Next press the [ENTER] key:

Press ____.1ENTER
(yes)
I 15.197 PSF

The SFC will now display everything in PSFs. Check this by displaying the URV.

Press ____.~ 12 079 PSF


~
The SFC converted 400 inches of water to 2079 pounds per square feet.
The SFC will display values in PSF unless you either change the units by pressing
the [UNITS] key or turn the SFC off and on again.

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2·32

Keying-in the LOWER and The next two elements for the sample database are the lower and upper range
UPPER RANGE VALUES values- LRV and URV.
(LRV, URV) In the past, when your process requirements created a need for a different range
on the transmitter, you would take the transmitter out of the loop and recallbrate
it, or install a different one. With the ST 3000 transmitter this is no longer neces-
sary. You can change the range on the transmitter in the loop.
For example, if you have to go from a range of 0-400 in H20 down to a range of
0-1 00 inH20 it's a simple keystroke procedu re on the SFC. Note that any change
made in a "Dual Range" transmitter's URV or LRV using an SFC requires corre-
sponding changes in the TDC 3000 controller's "full range" EUHI or EULO con-
figuration data - See Specification CB-03-06 for details.
For this example, we will rerange a transmitter by setting the LRV to 35.0 psi and
the URV to 200.0 psi. You can rerange your transmitter to whatever values you
need. Just use the same steps as this example and key-in your numbers.

IMPORTANT: ALWAYS KEY-IN THE LRV FIRST.

Key-In the LRV Locate the LRV and URV keys on the keyboard. Press the [LRV] key . Your display
will look similar to this display with the lower range value stored in the transmitter .

Press~~
lJiJ 1~.0000 PSI

Notice the cursor under the first number. When you see this on a display it means
you can key-in data over this display. Press these keys or key-in your numbers
and watch your display:

Press --~r-;x13x
L.:.J

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Key-in the LRV It's unnecessary to key-in a decimal point and zeros, since the SFC automatically
-Continued adds them. So far this value only exists in the SFC. Now to send it to the transmit-
ter, press the [ENTER] key. The SFC displays SFC WORKING ... and returns. The
cursor is gone, and a decimal point and two zeros are added to the number.

jSFC WORKING •••

j35.00 PSI

Key-In the URV Press the [URV] key. Your display will look similar to this display with the upper
range value stored in the transmitter.

Press_..~ 110.0 PSI


~
Notice the cursor under the first number. Press these keys or key-in your num-
bers and watch your display:

Press --_..~2w
~

Once again we 've only entered it into the SFC, so press the [ENTER] key and
store the value in the transmitter's working memory. The SFC displays SFC
WORKING ... and comes back. The cursor is gone, and a decimal point and zero
were automatically added to the number.

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2·34

Key·ln URV
-Continued

lsFC WORKING •••

200.0 PSI
The Working Memory of the transmitter now contains five elements which equal a
full database for an analog only transmitter or a transmitter in analog mode.

A & DE DE only

10 PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE
TIME
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

The remaining configuration elements only apply for transmitters (software ver-
sion 2.3/6 .2 or higher) that will be used In the Digital Communications Mode.
Thus, you can skip the next procedures if your transmitter will be used in the
analog mode: but, be aware that the ' 'default" selections listed tor DE only above
will apply If the transmitter is changed to the Digital Communications Mode .

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2·35

Selecting the Type of You determine how the ST/DC card in the TDC 3000 controller handles the digital
Operation lor the PV data through your selection of one of the following three types of transmitter
Transmitter In the Digital operation.
Communications Mode "Single Range"
"Dual Range"
"Multivariable"
Basically, a Single Range transmitter tells the ST/DC card that only one memory
block is needed for a working range PV (PVw). A Dual Range transmitter tells the
ST/DC card that two memory blocks are needed for a full range PV (PVt) and a
working range PV (PVw). Likewise, a Multivariable transmitter requires two mem·
ory blocks for a working range PV (PVw) and a secondary variable which, at pres·
ent, is sensor temperature (TP). Refer to the Specification CB-03·06 for more in·
formation about the Smart Transmitter/Digital Communications card.

Initiating "DE" Configuration You must activate "DE" Configuration to access transmitter configuration selec·
tions for the Digital Communications Mode.
First, find the [MENU ITEM] key on the keyboard. Note that the words DE CONF
are written above the key in white letters. Thus, you must press the [SHIFT] and
[MEMU ITEM] keys to initiate DE Configuration displays.

DE READ SFM CONF STT CONF

111111111
lllllllrl
~=
DE CONF

•• g
JNF>UT RESET

42().197G

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2·36

Initiating DE Configuration Press the [SHIFT] and [MENU ITEM] keys, and watch the display.
-Continued

Press -~SM~n' I
DE CONF
r:::iJ jsingle Range
00 Working Range PV (PVw)

The display shows the first menu item for DE Configuration which is the type of
transmitter operation.

Making the type of transmlter When you press the [MENU ITEM] key again, the next selection appears:
operation selection

joual Range Full Range PV (PVt) and Working Range PV


(PVw)

Continue to press this key until you are back to Single Range .

!single Rng W/TP l Working Range PV (PVw) with Sensor


Temperature (TP)

!single Range PVw

Press the [.&) raise key to select the desired type when it is on display and call up
the next DE Configuration element. For this example, we want to select the Single
Range Type.

Press___.~ joE- 4 Byte


~ 4-Byte Message Format

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2·37

Making the Message Format The next DE Configuration element is the message format. You can set the
Selection transmitter to broadcast data in a 4-Byte or a 6-Byte message format.
Press [MENU ITEM] key to display next selection.

Press __.. MENU ' IDE 6 Byte 6-Byte Message Format


ITEM

Press this key again to return to the first selection.

I
Press~ MENU
ITEM
4 8y t e 4-Byte Message Format

Press the [•J raise key to select the desired message format and call up the next
DE Configuration element.

Press-..~ IF/S - B/0 Lo


L!fuJ Burnout Low

Making the Failsafe Mode for The next DE configuration element is the Failsafe Mode. You configure the trans-
the Digital Control System mitter to tell the control system, via the ST/DC card, which one of the following
Selection Failsafe Modes to assume when the card detects a critical failure condition. A
critical fault can be due to a critical status indication from the transmitter or an
extended loss of PV data.
- Burnout Low (drives the PV value to the downscale limit)
- Burnout High (drives the PV value to the upscale limit)
- Last Known Good PV value

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2·38

Making the Failsafe Mode for - Freeze Slot Output and Burnout Low (ST/DC card tells the controller to hold
the Digital Control System the memory block output at the present value and drives input to the con·
Selection troller downscale to trip alarms.)
- Conth1ued -Freeze Slot Output and Burnout High (Same as above except the card drives
input to the controller upscale to trip alarms.)
-Freeze Slot Output and Last Known Good PV (ST/DC tells the controller to
hold the memory block output at the present value and provides the last
known good PV value as the input to the controller .)
Note that with the Dual Range or Multivariable type transmitter operation the con·
figured failsafe mode applies to the first memory block only. The second memory
block always assumes the last known good PV value.
Press the [MENU ITEM] key to display the next selection.

Press__. IFIs B/0 Hi Burnout High

Continue to press this key until you are back to STATUS = B/0 LO.

IF/S LKG Last Known Good

IF/S - FSO,B/Olo Freeze Slot Output and Burnout Low

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2·39

Making the Failsafe Mode for


the Digital Control System IF/S - FSO, 8/0Hi Freeze Slot Output and Burnout High
Selection
-Continued

IF/S - FSO, LKG Freeze Slot Output and Last Known Good

IF/S - 8/0 lo Burnout Low

Press the [ENTER] key to store DE Configuration data, press the [•J raise key to
select the desired burnout mode and call up the next DE Configuration element
which is back to the transmitter type of operation, or press the [~] lower key to
return to the previous DE Configuration element which is the message format.

lsFC WORKING •••

READY •••

Enters configuration data in the transmitter's working memory.

OR

Press____.~ !single Range


~
Displays the next DE Configuration element which goes back to the type of
operation.

OR

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2·40

Making the Failsafe Mode for


the Digital Control System
Selection
-Continued

Press loE- 4 Byte


Displays the previous DE Configuration element which is the message format in
this case. Press the [CLR] key to exit the DE Configuration without changing the
displayed selection.
The Working Memory of the transmitter now contains eight elements which
equals a full database for a transmitter in the Digital Communications Mode.

A & DE DE only

ID PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE BURNOUT
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

Although we have entered an entire database for these examples you can, at any
time, display and/or change any of the configuration elements individually.

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2·41

Copying Data Into the The last step when configuring a transmitter, whether you're changing one ele-
Non-Volatile Memory ment or a full database, is to copy all that data into the transmitter's NON-
VOLATILE MEMORY. This is the transmitter's permanent memory. If the transmit-
ter were to lose power, the values for the database will be saved here. The
WORKING MEMORY loses its contents if the power goes off; and when power is
restored, the transmitter copies the contents of the non-volatile memory into the
working memory.
There is a failsafe procedure. Thirty seconds after a value is changed, the trans-
mitter automatically copies it into the non-volatile memory. But, if you change an
element and power goes down before this runs, you will still lose the data in the
working memory. Therefore, whenever you make any changes in the transmitter,
always end you procedures as follows:

Press-1 SMlnAI SHIFT_


NON-VOL

rENrERl lsFC WORKING ••• SFC WORKING . .. will be displayed for as

~
long as eight seconds .

loATANON-VOLATILEj

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2·42

Copying Data Into the This is what happens in the transmitter:


Non-Volatile Memory
-Continued

ST 3000 WORKING MEMORY ID PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT" LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE BURNOUT
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

Database Copy

ST 3000 NON-VOLATILE ID PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


MEMORY OUTPUT
FORM LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE BURNOUT
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

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2·43

/'

Saving a Database that The SFC has a place called the HOLD MEMORY where you can copy a database
Exists in a Transmitter Into directly out of a transmitter and store it in the SFC. An application for this HOLD
the SFC HOLD Memory MEMORY would be replacing a damaged transmitter with a spare. This is what
happens:

ST 3000 WORKING MEMORY 10 PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE FAILSAFE
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

Database Copy

SFC HOLD MEMORY ID PT 3011 TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. BURNOUT BURNOUT
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

You cannot display the contents of this HOLD MEMORY in the SFC. You can,
however, load it into a transmitter, and display it on the SFC from that transmitter.

Save a database Locate the [SAVE] key on the keyboard. Press [SAVE] to start the copy.

Press ___.I SAvt I SAVE DATA 1

The message asks if you want to save the data. Press the [ENTER] key.

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2·44

Save a database
-continued

Press __. ENTER


(yes) jSFC WORKING •••

DATA SAVED

This display means the copy was a success.


You can hold this database in the-SFC until you install the spare transmitter, and
then load it back into the transmitter.

Restoring a Database from The data you saved in the SFC HOLD MEMORY can be loaded into any number of
the SFC HOLD Memory transmitters. You must of course, change the ID each time. This is what happens:
Into a transmitter

SFC HOLD MEMORY ID PT 30ll TYPE SINGLE RNG


OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE BURNOUT
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

Database Copy

ST 3000 WORKING MEMORY


~
10 PT 30ll TYPE SINGLE RNG
OUTPUT LINEAR MESSAGE 4-BYTE
FORM FORMAT
DAMPING 2.0 SEC. FAILSAFE BURNOUT
TIME LOW
LRV 35.0 PSI
URV 200.0 PSI

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2-45

Restoring a Database from NOTE: If you try to restore data without first saving a database the SFC will not
the SFC HOLD Memory allow the communication to occur and you will see the following message on the
into a transmitter display.
-Continued

loATA CORRUPTED

Restore a database Locate the [RE-STORE] key on the keyboard.


Press the [RE-STORE] key to start loading the database.

Press___.~ RESTORE DATA1


~
This SFC message asks if you want to write the saved database into the tranmsit-
ter. Press [ENTER] for "YES."

Press ___.I ENTIR I


(yes) lsFC WORKING •••

DATA RESTORED
This message means the operation was a success.
Change the ID if necessary, and copy the data into the NON-VOLATILE MEMORY.

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2·46

Restore a database
-Continued

p,ess-1 '"lnAI SHIFT_


NON-VOL
lsFC WORKING •• •

loATANON-VOLAT 1 LEI

Setting the Lower snd On some applications there may be two unknown pressures (i.e. , liquid level) that
Upper Range Values of the represent a full and and empty tank that you want to use.
Transmitter using an The ST 3000 can set the lower and upper range values to these pressures.
Applied Pressure

Set the Lower Range Value If you're working on a transmitter in a process, use the actual pressure from the
process.
If you're working on a set up with a pressure source, simulate the pressures.
Apply the pressure to the transmitter that will be used as the lower range value. If
you want to, you can read the input pressure first by pressing the [SHIFl] and
[OUTPUT] keys . Your display will look like this with your pressure reading.

"'""- 1·~nAI SHIFT_


INPUT
1.:1 47.2 inH20
t1[J

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2·47

You may see this reading change since the SFC automatically updates it every 6
seconds.
Next, set the LRV of the transmitter to this pressure. Remember to press the key
after the display changes so you are not trying to communicate with the transmit-
ter when it's updating the SFC reading. Find the [SET] key on the keyboard. Press
the [LRV] key, and then press the [SET] key.

Press__.~ 0.0000 inH20


LliJ

Press__.~ SET LRV1

The SFC asks if you want to set the LRV to this input. Answer "yes" by pressing
the [ENTER]. key or "no" by pressing the [CLR] key. Press [ENTER].

lsFC WORKING •••

47.2 inH20
The SFC displays SFC WORKING ... while it sets the LRV to that reading . Next,
set the URV.

Set the Upper Range Value Apply a pressure to the transmitter that will be used as the upper range value . If
you want to, you can read the input pressure first by pressing the [SHIFT] and
[OUTPUT] keys . Your display will look like this with your pressure reading.

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2·48

Set the Upper Range Value


-Continued

p,ess-1 S~ITAI SHIFT_


INPUT
r-:::1 321.7 inH20
lli!U
You may see this reading change since the SFC automatically updates every 6
seconds.
Next, set the URV of the transmitter to this pressure. Remember to press the key
right after the display changes so you are not trying to communicate with the
transmitter when it's updating the SFC reading. Press the [URV] key, and then
press the [SET] key.

Press____...~ 400.0 inH20


~

Press____.~ SET URV1

The SFC asks if you want to set the URV to this input. Answer "yes" by pressing
the [ENTER] key or "no" by pressing the [CLR] key. Press [ENTER].

lsFC WORKING •••

321. 7 inH20

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2·49

Set the Upper Range Value The SFC displays SFC WORKING ... while it sets the URV to that reading .
-Continued Press the [LRV) and [URV) keys to display these values to be sure your procedure
worked correctly. If not, go back to the beginning of this example, and start over.
For the last step, update the NON-VOLATILE MEMORY.

Pres•-1 ~.;~ SHIFT_

NON-VOL
lsFC WORKING •••

loATANON-VOLATILEj

_)

34-ST-10-07, P49
2·50

Using the ST 3000 Transmitter as a Current-Source


One of the unique features of the ST 3000 Smart Transmitter is its ability to be
used as a constant current·source. This feature allows you to use it for calibrating
other instruments in the loop such as recorders, controllers, and positioners.
As you know the output of the transmitter ranges from 4 to 20 milliamps where
4 mA equals 0 percent output and 20 mA equals 100 percent output. Using the
SFC, you can tell the transmitter to change its output to any value between 0 and
100 percent and maintain that output. Then you can use this output as a calibra·
tion input source to the other instruments in the loop.
Note that this current "output mode" overrides all other PV data from the trans·
mitter including the failsafe data for transmitters in the Digital Communications
Mode. So, a "flag" is included in the digital tranmsitters broadcast protocol to let
the STIDC card know that the transmitter is in its output mode.

Display the Output IMPORTANT: WHEN YOU USE THE TRANSMITIER AS A CURRENT SOURCE, IT
NO LONGER ACTS AS A TRANSMITIER SO BE SURE TO CLEAR THIS OUTPUT
MODE WHEN YOU'RE FINISHED .

Connect an ammeter to read the output of the trasmitter, and connect the SFC to
the transmitter . Press the (OUTPUT] key and display the present output.

Press --..1 I
OUT· J
PUT
lsFC WORKING •••

32.4 %
Your display will look similar to this with your output, and it will update every 6
seconds. Remember, when you're ready to press the next key, to time it to the up·
dated display. ·

34-ST-10.07, P50
2·51

Key-In the Percent of Output Key-in the output percent you want. For this example, we will use 30% .

_ _ r-;x13x
Press - ~

Notice what happens on the display. The display goes blank briefly and comes
back with a decimal point and two zeros. Also, the SFC adds a # character on the
right side of the display which reminds you that you are in the output mode. It will
stay on the display as long as your transmitter is functioning as a current-source.

30.00 %

Check your output reading, and see that it reads 8.8 mA which is equal to a 30%
output.
If your meter shows a different reading or no # character appears on the display
go back to the beginning of this exercise and start over.
Try a few different percentages and check your meter with the list below.
Key-in this value Your meter reads this
0% 4.0mA
25% B.OmA
50% 12.0 mA
60% 13.6 mA
80% 16.6 mA
100% 20.0 mA
Use the output of the transmitter as a calibration input source to the instruments
in the loop.

Clear the Output Mode To clear the output mode, press the [OUTPUT] key and then the [CLR] key.

34·ST·1 0-07, P51


2·52

Clear the Output Mode


-Continued

1
Press ___..I OUT-
PUT
I lsFC WORKING •••

Press___..~ 100. 0 %
~

IREADY •••

Notice that the I character disappeared. If you press the [CLR] key without press·
ing the [OUTPUT] key first, you'll get the same message with one exception.

IREADY •••

The I character stays on the display. This means you cleared the display but are
still in the output mode. If this happens, go back and press the [OUTPUT] key, and
then [CLR] key again.

Writing Data in the Scratch Pad Area

Another unique feature of the ST 3000 Smart Transmitter is its ability to store user
messages in the scratch pad area of its non-volatile memory. This feature allows
you to enter (write) a message or messages consisting of a total of 32 characters
in two groups of 16 each.

34-ST-10-07, P52
2·53

Writing Data in the Scratch Pad Area - Continued


To get into the scratch pad area, press [SHIFT] and[.] (decimal point) keys to dis-
play the first group of 16 characters. Use the [MENU ITEM] key to step the cursor
through all 32 characters individually or use the [.A] raise key to toggle each
group of 16 characters in the display. Like the transmitter ID, you can use the
(ALPHA] key to enter letters, etc. as characters. The following example highlights
some typical keystroke actions for entering, editing, or just viewing messages.

p,ess -1 s~FT'I SHIFT_


SCR PAD

D jsFC WORKING •••

liCRETCH PAD AREAl First group of 16 characters

Press_.~ liNTER MESSAGE


~ Second group of 16 characters

Use [MENU ITEM] key to step cursor to the 15th character.

jENTER MESSAGE_

Add the number 2 as the 15th character.

Press_.0 !ENTER MESSAGE 2_,

34·ST-10-07, P53
2·54

Writing Data in the Scratch Pad Area - Continued


Press[&] raise key to return to first group of 16 characters.

Press__.~ liCRETCH PAD AREAl


~
Use the [MENU ITEM] key to step the cursor to the 4th character.

lsCRITCH PAD AREAl


Press the [ALPHA] key to enter the Alpha mode. The 4th character blinks to let
you know that you can enter an alpha character.

Press __.I AL~HA I lscRITCH PAD AREAl


Press the [ID] key to enter the letter "A" as the 4th character and note that the
5th character starts to blink.

Press__.~ lscRAICH PAD AREAl


Press [ALPHA] key to exit Alpha mode.

Press ___.I AL~HA I jsCRAT~H PAD AREAl

34-ST-10.07, P54
2-55

Writing Data in the Scratch Pad Area - Continued


Press [ENTER] key to save the changes (2 and A) or press [CLR] to exit without
saving the changes.

OR

Press __.ICLRl jSFC WORKING •••


~

!READY •••

34-ST-10-07, P55
2·56

Displaying Operating Data


The SFC displays all the operating information which includes:
- configuration data elements
-input
-output
-span
- upper range limit
-status
-failsafe output direction*
-sensor temperature• •
-scratch pad messages***

*Must have transmitter with 2.0 or greater software .


**Must have transmitter with 2.2 or greatert software .
***Must have transmitter with 2.3/6.2 or greater software.
tExcept transmitter with 4.2 software that does not include the sensor temperature
function.

You already know how to display most of these items from the previous section in
this book. Following is a complete list of all the operating parameters.

Displaying the Configuration Elements common to transmittters in Analog Mode and Digital Communications
Elements Mode:

Press ___..~ ILIN DP PT 2-4 Transmitter ID, Analog Mode

OR

IDE XMTR FT10 1 Transmitter ID, Digital Communications Mode

OR

p,••• -l ..tl
DE READ

~ ILIN DP IT101 Complete transmitter ID, Digital Communica-


tions Mode

Press
I L£81 LINEAR Output Form

34·ST-10-07, P56
2·57

Dl•pl•ylng the
Configuration El•m•nt•
- Continued

Press~~-,cl 2.0 SECONDS I Damping Time

Press__., ~'I 10.00 inH20 Lower Range Value

'I
Press__.,

·-
an £50.00 inH20 Upper Range Value

E~nts for transmlters In Digital Communications Mode only.

p--l~tl
DE COIF

1:'1 Single Range Type of Transmmer Operation

Press _.I ~"I DE - 4 Byte BroadCast Message Format

Press --...r-:-"1
l.!iLJ
F/S : 8/0 lo Failsafe Mode

Dl•pl•ylng 1Mo,.,.,,,
p.,.,.,.,.

133.6 inH20 The present Input pressure, which is updated


every 6 seconds.
2·58

Displaying the Operating


Parameters
-Continued

41 . 8 % The percent output of the transmitter, which is


updated every 6 seconds.

Press ____.I SPAN vI 200.0 inH20 The SPAN , which is the Upper Range Value
minus the Lower Range Value.

Be aware that conventional performance and Series 600 transmitters with soft·
ware versions 4.2 and 6.1 provide the same span adjustment capablity as Series
100 transmitters. However, if the span of a conventional performance or Series
600 transmitter is not within the range specified in specification 34-ST-03·23,
compliance with stated performance specifications is not guaranteed.

p,ess -1 '"{I
RANGE

I SPANYI 400.0 inH20 The upper range limit of the transmitter.

Press ____.I UNIT; I inH20 The present selection of engineering units.

Press ____.I STATu I STATUS CHK=OK The status of operation at the present time .

34-ST-1().()7, P58
2·59

Displaying the Failsafe


Output Direction

.,.,,-1 ·~.:1
F/S DIR
The present failsafe output direction. (Only on
lsTA/1 IF/SAFE UPSCALE transmitter with a software version of 2.0 or
greater.)

You can change the direction from upscale to downscale in the field. See the Ser-
vice section for details.

OR

IF/SAFE DOWNSCALE !
OR

IF/SAFE UNKNOWN This display appears if the transmitter's soft-


ware version is 1.4 or 1.5.

Displaying the Sensor


Temperature

"'""-ls;'l
SENTEMP
The present temperature ( ± 5°C) measured

0 IT= 14F=-10C by circuitry in the transmitter's sensor. (Only


on a transmitter with a software version of 2.2
or greater except 4.2.)

34-ST-10·07, P59
2·60

Displaying Scratch Pad


Messages

Press -I S~FT'I
SCR PAD

D lcALIB ON 3/22/87j Group 1

Press__.~ lsv JOHN 2nd SHFTI


~ Group 2

34-ST-10-07, PSO
2·61

DIAGNOSTICS AND SFC MESSAGES


The ST 3000 Smart Transmitter and the SFC Smart Field Communicator both run
continuous self-diagnostics. This means they are constantly testing the communi-
cation, the loop, and themselves.
Any time you want results of these diagnostics you press the [STAT] key . The SFC
displays its report, in the form of messages, which identify diagnostic conditions .
Diagnostic conditions are broken down into three categories
an OK condition
a critical condition
a non-critical condition

OK STATUS An OK condition means no problems exist, and the display looks like this :

I STATUS CHECK=OKI

CRITICAL STATUS A critical condition means the transmitter is not functioning properly. When this
occurs, the transmitter goes into upscale burnout and maintains an output of 21.8
mA, or into downscale burnout and maintains an output of less than 3.9 mA. This
message CRITICAL STATUS interrupts your operation and is followed by themes-
sage PRESS STATUS.
After the PRESS STATUS message you press the [STAT] key to find out what prob-
lem exists. You will receive one or more messages. Take whatever corrective ac-
tion necessary to soive the problem. Remember the transmitter will stay in up-
scale or downscale burnout until the condition is corrected .
If the transmitter sends more than one message, each message will be displayed
in order of importance for about 5 seconds. The last message, STATUS
RECEIVED!, means this is the end of the messages. If you need to see them
again, simply press the [STAT] key again.

NON-CRITICAL STATUS A non-critical condition means that although a problem exists, the transmitter is
still operating . When a non-critical condition occurs a "#" character appears on
the right side of the display, along with whatever you're displaying at the time .
This character means press the STATUS key because some type of a problem
exists. Again , one or more messages will appear on the display for about five
seconds each and then STATUS RECEIVED!

LOW BATTERY One more diagnostic message - a colon {:) will appear in the middle of the dis·
VOLTAGE play when the battery voltage becomes low. It stays on the display until you either
charge or replace the batteries.
Following is a list of all the Diagnostic messages.

34·ST-10-07, P61
2·62

Diagnostic Messages Diagnostic Message Probable Cause

The characterization PROM is not functioning


!cHAR PROM FAULT I correctly.

Communication is not possible due to an SFC


(Any Communication Error) problem.

SFC FAULT
PRESS STATUS
You tried to RESTORE data without saving a
jDATA CORRUPTED database first.

A component in the transmitter's electronics


jELECTRONlC · FAULTj module is not functioning properly.

The number entered is greater than 1.5 times


jENTRY>SEN RANGE I the upper range limit of the sensor.

The zero correction factor is outside the accept-


!EXCESS ZERO CORRI able limits for accurate operation .

The span correction factor is outside the accept-


!EXCESS SPAN CORRI able limits for accurate operation.

The requested output percent in the output


jEXCESSIVE OUTPUT! mode is too high or too low. The limits are
- 1.25% to + 105% .

The SFC failed a communication diagnostic


!FAILED COMM CHK I check. This could be an SFC electronic problem
or a faulty or dead communication loop.

There is either too much resistance in the loop


lH I RES/ LOW VOLT (open circuit) or the voltage is too low, or a com-
bination of both.

The transmitter is not receiving the SFC


llllEGAL RESPONSE! message. SFC is not sending a correct
message, or the transmitter is sending an incor-
rect response. It 's either not working correctly
and/or there is too much noise on the communi-
cation loop.

!INVAliD REQUEST I The transmitter is being asked to correct or set


its URV to a value which results in too small a
span to correct its LRV or URV while in the out-
put mode, or to do a function that for some
reason it could not perform.

The transmitter was left in the output mode.


11 N OUTPUT MODE

34-ST-1().()7, P62
. 2·63

Diagnostic Messages Diagnostic Message Probable Cause


(Continued)
The database of the transmitter was not correct
!INVALID DATABASE! at power-up.

The wrong key was pressed or it was pressed in


IKEY NOT ALLOWED I the wrong sequence.

Not enough resistance in series with the com-


!Low LOOP RES I munication loop.

The pressure input is greater than two times the


M.B. OVERLOAD OR upper range limit of the transmitter.

METER BODY FAULT


No response from the transmitter. It may be a
INo XMTR RESPoNsE! transmitter or loop problem.

The result of a calculation is over the range of


!>RANGE I the display.

The temperature at the sensor is high. Accuracy


!sENSOR ovER TEMPI and lifespan will decrease if it remains high.

A component of the SFC is not operating


lsFC FAULT properly.

IsuspEcT I NpuT. The input data seems wrong. This could be a


process problem, but it could also be a meter
body or electronics problem.

A status request was sent from an SFC with soft-


lxMTR FAULT ware version 2.7 to a transmitter (with software
version 1.5 or 2.0) after CORRECTS were reset
on that transmitter.
OR
This display appears instead of XMTR FAULT in
!sTATUS UNKNOWN SFCs with software version 3.0 or greater .

The write protect jumper on the electronics


!wRITE PROTECTED I module is in the "A," read only, position.
Reconfiguration or recalibration is not permitted.

34-ST-10-07, P63
34·ST·11·07
8/87
Page 1 of 30

ST 3000 Smart Transmitter and Bench Check,


SFC Smart Field Communicator Calibrating and
Commissioning, and
Start-Up

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page

INTRODUCTION ...... . .... . .. ......... . .... . . . ..... . . ................................... .. . ..... . 3-3

BENCH CHECK. . . ....... - . .. .. .. .. . .. . ....... . ...... . ............ .. ... .. .............. ..... . 3-4
Bench Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Unpack the ST 3000 . . ... . ...... .... . .................. ... . ..... . . . .. . ... ........ . ........ .. . . . 3-4
Power-up .. . . ..... .. .. ......... ... . .. . .. .. ......... ... .. ...... . ............. . . .. .. ... . . ... . . . 3-4
Test Communication . . ..... . . .. .... .. ... .... .. ... . ... .. ... . ...... .. ....... . ........... .. .... . . . 3-5
Status Check ...... ... ....... . ... .. ... .. . .... . .......... ... ...... ... .... .. .. . ... ..... . .. .. . .. . 3-5
Database Verification .. .. ... . ....... . .. .. . . .... . .. ... ....•.... . .. . . ...... . ........ .. ...... .... . 3-6

CALIBRATING AND COMMISSIONING . . . . . .. .. . . . ......................... . . . .. .. ... ..... .......... . 3-7


Connecting The SFC .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ........ . ............. .. ..... .. ........ . ..... . .. . . . .... . 3-7
Loop Verification ... . .. . .. .. . .. . . . . . .. .. . ...... . . ... .... .. . . . ... . . ....... .. ......... . ....... . . . 3-8
Status Check ... . ... . ......... . . . ..... ............. . ..... . .......... .. . . . . . . .. . .. . . ......... . . 3·8
Upper Range Limit of the Transmitter Check . .... . . ....... .. .... . . . . ...... . ...... . ..... .. .... .... ... 3·8
Sensor Temperature Check . . . . . . . .. . . ... .. .... .............. .. . . .. ......... . ... .. ....• . ...... .. 3-8
Span of Measurement Range Check . . ... . .......... . ..... ....... ..................... .. .. ....... . 3-8
Database Verification ...... . . .. . . .. ... ... ...... .. ..... ..... ....... . . .. . .. . ... ... .. . .. ... ..... .. 3-9
FAIL SAFE Direction Verification . . . . .. . .. . . ............... .... .. ...... .. ...... ....... .. .... . .... . 3-9
Output Check . . . . . . . . . . . . ... .... .. .... . ........ ............ . .... . . .. ...... . . ...... .... . ..... .. 3-1 o
Calibrate the 0% Output ...... . . . .. ... . . .. . . ... . .... .. ....... .. ..... . ... ..... ..... .... . . .. .... .. 3-1 o
Calibrate the 100% Output .... .. . .. .. . . ....... : . .. .. ... ... .................. .. ..... . ........... . 3-11
Clear the OUTPUT Mode ... . .. . . . . .. .. . . . .. .. .. . .. . .......... .. . .... ... . . ...... ... .......... .. .. 3-12

START·UP . . . .. . . ...... .. .. . . . . . .... .... ........... ...... ... . . . .......... . .. .. ................... 3·13
Field Calibrating/Zero Check .. ...... . .. . ............................ . .. .. .... . . .. ................ 3·13
Reranging the Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......... . ..... . .. •..... . 3·13
Verifying the Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................ . 3·13
Adjusting the Damping Constant . ............... . ........ . .. •.... . ..... . ......... . .. . . ......... .. 3-13
Setting Operating Values . . . . ... ......... . .. ...................... .. . .. . .. .. ............... . ... .. 3·13

Printed In U.S.A. • © Copyrlght1990- Honeywell Inc.


ST 3000 SMART TRANSMITTER AND BENCH CHECK, CALIBRATING AND
SFC SMART FIELD COMMUNICATOR COMMISSIONING, AND START-UP

TABLE OF CONTENTS · Page

Typical Start-up Procedures-Differential Pressure Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 3-14


Flow Measurement . . .... .. . , . .. .. . . . . . ..... . .. .. . . ... . .. . . . . ............. . ...... . ...... .. ... 3-14
Pressure Measurement .... . ... . ...... .. ..... .. . . . .. . .. ...... ......................... ....... 3·16
Liquid-Level Measurement .. . . . ... . . . ......... . . . .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . .. ... . .. . .. . ...... .... . ....... 3-18
Vented Tank or Gas Filled Reference Leg ... . . . . .. ... . .. .. . .. . .. .. . ........ . . ............. . .... 3-18
Pressurized Tank with Liquid-Filled Reference Leg ... ..... . . . . ......... ............. . . . ......... 3-20
Typical Start-up Procedures-Gauge Pressure Models .... . . . ... . ..... .. .. . ..... .... . ....... .......... 3-23
Pressure or Liquid-Level Measurement ... . ... .... . . .. .. .. . .. ... . ............. . ... . ...... . ....... 3-23
Typical Start-up Procedures-Absolute Pressure Models ... . ... .. ... . . .......•..... . . ................. 3-26
Pressure Measurement ...................................... .............................. . . 3-26
Typical Start-up Procedures-Transmitters With Remote Diaphragm Seals . .......... ... . . .............. . . 3-27
Liquid-Level Measurement ... . ......... . .... . ..... . .......... . .................. . .. ... ........ 3-27

DISCONNECTING THE SFC AND THE METER ........................................... .. .. ......... 3-30

3-2 34-ST-11·07
Bench Check, Calibration and Commissioning, and Start-Up

BENCH CHECK, CALIBRATING AND COMMISSIONING, AND START-UP

INTRODUCTION This section contains all the information you will need for a Bench Check,
Calibrating and Commissioning, and Start-up.

The bench check procedure consists of


• unpacking the ST 3000 Smart Transmitter,
• checking the contents,
• connecting a power source to the transmitter,
• running a communications test,
• checking the operating status, and
• checking the configuration database

Calibrating and commissioning your transmitter consist of


• testing the communication loop,
• checking the operating status of the transmitter and loop,
• checking to be sure you have a transmitter with an adequate range for your
application,
• checking the temperature at the transmitter's sensor
• checking to be sure that your transmitter can handle the desired measurement
range.
• verifying your configuration database,
• verifying the failsafe output direction,
• and, finally checking the output of the transmitter to be sure you're receiving
the correct signal at its destination point.

Start-up consists of
• calibrating zero on the transmitter to system conditions,
• reranging the transmitter if necessary,
• verifying the output with respect to the input,
• and, setting any values when necessary.

For this section you will need the following equipment:


• an SFC Smart Field Communicator, and
• a digital voltmeter or ammeter with 0.05% accuracy or better.

IMPORTANT: Before starting any of these procedures, be sure your loop Is


In manual control.

_).

34-ST-11.07 3·3
Bench Check

BENCH CHECK
This bench check procedure consists of
• unpacking the ST 3000 Smart Transmitter,
• checking the contents,
• connecting a power source to the transmitter,
• running a communications test,
• checking the operating status, and
• checking the configuration database.
If your transmitter was not configured at the factory, or you want to change the
range, you can do so during this check-out.

Bench Calibration Since your ST 3000 transmitter was calibrated to its full range at the factory,
there's no need to recalibrate it here. If you need any calibration information, see
Calibration in the Maintenance and Service section of this manual.

Unpacking the ST 3000 Your ST 3000 package includes a transmitter, an optional mounting bracket
assembly, and an Installation Guide. If your package does not include any of
these items. contact Honeywell, lCD, Ft. Washington, PA.

Power Up Loosen the end-cap lock, unscrew, and remove the electronics housing end-cap.
Then, connect a 25 Volt power supply to the transmitter as shown. Be sure there
is at least 250 ohms resistance in the circuit. Next, connect the SFC to the
transmitter terminals: red to positive and black to negative.

3·4 34·ST·11·07
Bench Check

Test Communications Slide the SFC's power switch to the ON position and yciur diplay will show:

jPUT LOOP IN MAN


Note that transmitters are configured for the analog communications mode
before they leave the factory. Thus, this display is a reminder to you that the
analog loop must be in manual control when you're communicating with a
transmitter. Since you're working on the bench you don't have to worry about this
right now.
If you want to change the transmitter's communications mode from analog (A) to
digital (DE), see the Configuration and Operation section of this manual. When a
transmitter is in the "DE" or digital communications mode, the PUT LOOP IN
MAN display is replaced by a PRESS ID .. . one.

For transmitters in the analog communications mode (A), press the [ID] key; or for
transmitters in the digital communications mode (DE), press the [SHIFT] key and
then the [ID] key.
--,;:-
PRESS n
... ~ SQRT DPEJ127-4
DE READ
PRESS
. . [;J--GJ jSQRT DP FT127-4
This is always the first operation when communicating with a transmitter. All
other functions are blocked until you request the ID. You'll receive a display on
the SFC from the transmitter that contains
• an output form- either linear or square root,
• a transmitter type- either DP, GP, or AP, for differential, gauge, or absolute
pressure,
• and an ID-a tag number or name.
If your transmitter was not configured at the factory, you will see a series of eight
Xs in place of the ID.

I SQRT oPxxxxxxxxl
As long as you receive a display similar to the samples above, the communication
test was a success. If you receive anything other than these displays, run a status
check to diagnose the problem and refer to the Maintenance and Service section
of this manual for any corrective action.

Status Check

PRESS
STATUS CHK=OK
) If any message other than this appears, refer to the Maintenance and Service
section of this manual.

34-ST-11·07 3·5
Bench Check

Database Verification In this step you'll verify the configuration database in your transmitter. Display all
the database elements to be sure they are correct. If any element is not set to the
correct value, or your transmitter was not configured before this point, you can do
so here. Go to Configuring a Transmitter in the Configuration and Operation sec-
tion of this manual, and configure or correct your transmitter. Following is a sam-
ple database, you compare the display with your actual data.

A and DE Transmitters
PRESS
~ ILIN;;I SQUARE ROOT

·I DAM; I
PRESS
0.48 SECONDS

PRESS
[iJ%
10.0 inH20

PRESS
·CiJ
100%
110.0 inH20
DE Transmitters Only
PRESS
!single Range

PRESS
loE-4 Byte
PRESS
IF/S =B/0 Lo
Now that you've completed the transmitter check-out, it's ready to be installed.
See the Installation Guide you received with your transmitter.

3·6 34·ST·11·07
Calibrating and Commissioning

CALIBRATING AND COMMISSIONING


Calibrating and commissioning your transmitter consists of
• connecting the SFC,
• verifying the communication loop,
• checking the operating status of the transmitter and loop,
• checking to be sure you have a transmitter with an adequate range for your
application,
• checking the temperature at the transmitter's sensor
• checking to be sure that your transmitter can handle the desired measurement
range,
• verifying your configuration database,
• verifying the failsafe output direction,
• and, finally checking the output of the transmitter to be sure you're receiving
the correct signal at its destination point.

Connecting The SFC All calibration and commissioning procedures shown here are done from the con-
trol room using the SFC connected to the transmitter terminals on the field side of
the intrinsic-safety barrier panel. Before you start communicating with the trans-
mitter, be sure the LOOP IS IN MANUAL CONTROL.

Connect the SFC as shown here and read the transmitter signals (4-20 mA, 1-5
volts, 1-10 volts, depending upon your system) at its destination point in the con-
trol room.

NOTES:
1. A'rways connect on the field side of the SFC - red to positive
intrinsic safety barrier panel.
2. Be sure there is 250 ohm (minimum)
resistance between the SFC and the SFC - black to negative
power supply.
3. Do not put large values of capacitance
in parallel with the sense resistor. Use
this equation to find the maximum
allowable filter capacitance:
C(j.F) = A..nu (ohm)
104

420·132A

Intrinsic Safety Barrier Panel

These same calibration and commissioning procedures can be done at either a


field junction box or at the transmitter. See the Configuration and Operation sec-
tion of this manual for further connection information.

34·ST·11.07 3·7
Calibrating and Commissioning

Loop Verification Verifying the loop ensures that the transmitter is correctly wired into the loop.

To do so, connect the SFC to the correct transmitter terminals; and press the ID
key to run a communication test, for transmitters in the analog mode (A), or the
[SHIFT] and (ID] keys, for transmitters in the digital mode (DE).

PRESS
SQRT DP FT129
DE READ DE
PRESS
g-Gj SQRT DP FT129
You'll receive a display on the SFC from the transmitter which includes an output
form- either linear or square root, a transmitter type- either DP, GP, or AP, and
an ID- either a tag number or eight Xs.

As long as you receive a display similar to the sample above, the communication
test was a success. If anything other than this appears, run a status check to
diagnose the problem and refer to the Maintenance and Service section of this
manual for any corrective action.

Status Check

PRESS
STATUS CHK=OK
If any message other than this appears, refer to the Maintenance and Service
section of this manual.

Upper Range Limit of


the Transmitter Check

RANGE
PRESS
-~~sPAN I 400'0 inH20
In this example we have a Differential Pressure transmitter with an upper range
limit of 400 inches of water. Be sure that the upper range limit of your transmitter
is adequate for your application.

Sensor Temperature Check In this step, you'll check the temperature of the transmitter's sensor.

NOTE: This function updates the SFC working memory the same way an ID func-
tion does; however, you must still press the [ID] key before you can proceed with
other functions.

SEN TEMP

~GJ
PRESS
IT= 14F:-10C

3·8 34-ST·11·07
Calibration and Commissioning

Span of Measurement
Range Check

PRESS
200. inH20
In this example, we have a Differential Pressure Transmitter with a span of 200
inches of water (UAV·LAV). Be sure that your transmitter can handle the span of
the desired measurement range. Note that Series 600 transmitters provide the
same span adjustment capability as Series 100 transmitters. However, It the span
of a Series 600 transmitter is not within the range specified in specification
34-ST-03·23, compliance with stated performance specifications is not
guaranteed.

Database Verification In this step, you'll verify the configuration database in your transmitter. Display all
the database elements to be sure they are correct. If any elements are incorrect,
or your transmitter was not configured before this point, go to Configuring a
Transmitter in the Configuration and Operation section of this manual, and con·
figure or correct your transmitter. Following is a sample database. Compare your
displays with your actual data.
A and DE Transmitters
PRESS
SQUARE ROOT
PRESS
0.48 SECONDS
PRESS
0.0 inH20
PRESS
200.0 inH20
DE Transmitters Only
PRESS
!single Range
PRESS
IDE - 4 Byte
PRESS
IF/S - B/0 Lo
Failsafe Direction In this step, you'll verify the failsafe output direction in your transmitter.
Verification NOTE: This function updates the SFC working memory the same way an ID tunc·
tion does; however, you must still press the [I D) key before you can proceed with
other functions.

) PRESS
IF/SAFE UPSCALE
or

IF/SAFE DOWNSCALE!
34-ST-11.07 3·9
Calibration and Comml~slonlng

Output Check For this procedure you will put the transmitter into the output mode and check
that its output Is being received by all the devices in the loop, for 0 and 100 per-
cent. You can connect a precision digital volt · or ammeter at the appropriate con-
nection point on your system or use the control room display to monitor the out-
put signal.
Press the [OUTPUT] Key.

PRESS
!woRKING .. .

0. 0 %
Key-in the 0% signal.

PRESS
1 o. o %
The "If" character indicates that you're in the OUTPUT mode (no longer measur-
ing the input).
Now read the output signal at its destination point in the control room . If this
reading is not exactly 4 mA (1 V), correct the signal to the precision meter or the
system readout as follows.
•NOTE: We assume that the control room instrument is perfectly calibrated. If you're not
sure of the calibration, read the output on a precision volt or ammeter and correct the con·
trol room instrumentation after calibrating the transmitters output.

Calibrate the 0% Output

PRESS
jWORKING.

0.0 %

~~ !coRRECT DAC ZERO!


If your reading is greater than zero, (4mA) use the ['Y) key to lower the output.
OR If your reading is less than zero, (4mA) use the [A) to raise the output.

!DECREASED 4mA

!INCREASED 4mA
Continue to press the adjustment key until the reading is exactly 4mA.

3·10 34-ST-11·07
Parts U8t
~·14-01

K2 K4

Figure 3-Terminal block assembly

Kits
Fig. 3 OUIIntlty
Key No. Kit No. Content• Per Kit

30754457·50 1t
307538d3·001t
K1 4

K2 Lockwasher, metric, M4 10
) K3 Terminal block
-------
K4 Screw, pan hd., metric. M4, 8 mm lg. 6

6-5
Parta Llat
34-ST·14-01

K13 K3 K7 K7 K13 K3 K5

K1 K11 K10 K12 1 K10 K12

NOTE: When the center section is ordered, the appropriate PROM is automatically supplied.

Figure 4-0P meter body pans

Fig. 4 Quantity
Key No. Kit No. Cclntlnta Per Unit
------------
See Table 4·1
--------------------------------~~--------------
Center section
---------

...
Parta Llat
:M-ST·1441

TABLE""1-Replae~~ment DP Center Section Model Numbers

• Select the desired key number. See Table 4·1A for key number cross reference data. The
arrow to the right marks the selection available.
• Make one selection from each table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow. For
Table·-111,- specify.-00; ·A dot (•) denotes unrestricted availability .. A letter denotes restricted
availability. Restrictions follow Table IV.

, __ ____
.-- Key Number ---, .---1----, ,.-11-----, .--- Ill (Optlonll) ---, .--- IV ---,
------- - --- ------ - + ----
KEY NUMBER Selection AVIIIIblllly
Sp1n
STD624E ~
0·25" to 0·400" H20/0-62.2 to 0·1000 mbar . . . .. ~
STD624F
0 I 0 I I I 0 o

STD120G ~
STD120H ~
0·1" to 0·400" H2010·2.5 to 0·1 000 mbar .. . . .. .. . . .. . . . . .
STD120J ~
STD120K ~

STD130G ~
STD130H ~
0-5 to 0-1 00 psiiO· .35 to Q. 7 bar . .. . .. ... . . .. .. .. .. .... . .
STD130J ~
- STD130K ~

STD170G ~
0-100 to 0·3000 psii0-7 to 0-210 bar ... .. . . . . .. . - - .. ' .... STD170H ~

TABLE I
Veni/Dreln ll1rrler
Procu1 He1d
VIIN Dlaphregm

--
Materials - 316 St. St. A__
8 __ • •
--- •
of Hastelloy C
Construction -- Monel
Tantalum
c __
o __ •

Fill Fluid Silicone . . . . .. .. ' .... . ... . -. . . .... . - .. _,_ • • •
CTFE .. . . . .. .. .. . . ... . •. I o 0 ' o • o • o o • • _2_ • • •
No Selection . _. _. . ... . . ___. _. -- --- . .. - . . . . . .. ~
___o • • •
-
TABLE II

INo Selection . . ... ...... ..... . . . .. . .. .. . . . . ..... .. -- I 00000


I-'1·1·1
TABLE Ill

INo Selection ...... . ... . .. . .. . .... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·I 00


1·1·1·1
TABLE IV

IFactory Identification ..... ........... ..... .. .. ...... -- I xxxx


1·1·1·1
TABLE ""1A-Replacement Center Section Key Number Crota Reta..nce Data
Repl1c1m1nt Replac•m•nt
Exl1llng Model No. Exl1tlng Model No.
Model No. Mod1l No.
ST0624E ST0624E STD120G STD120G
ST0624D STD624F STD120J (Monel) STD120G
ST0624C STD624F STD120J (Tant) STD120J
) ST0120C,
ST0120C,
0,
D,
E or F (SST, Hast. & Monel)
E or F (Tantalum)
STD120H
ST0120K
STD130G
STD130J (Monel)
STD130G
STD130G
ST0130C. 0, E or F (SST, Hast, & Monel) ST0130H STD130J (Tant) STD130J
ST0130C, 0, E or F (Tant) STD130K STD170G STD170G
ST0170C, D. E or F (SSn ST0170H

8-7
P•rts List
34-ST·14o01

Kits '
Flg.4 Qty.
Kel No. Kit No. Contenta Per Kit
30753790·001 Carbon steel bolts and nuts kit
K1 Bolt. hex head, 711.&20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg .. flange adaQter 4
K2 Nut. hex,\metric, M12, E!rocess heads 4
KG Bolt. hex Qead. metric, M12. 90 mm lg .. 12rocess heads 4
30753791·002 St. steel (A286l bolts and {316) nuts kit
K1 Bolt. hex head. 711&20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg .. flange adaQter 4
K2 Nut. hex, metric, M12. 2rocess heads 4
K6 Bolt. hex head. metric, M12. 90 mm lg .• E!rocess heads •4
30753785.001 St. steel venVdrain and J21ug kit
K3 PiE!e ~lug 4
K4 Vent E!lug 2
K5 Vent bushing 2
30753787 ·001 Monel vent/drain and Qlug kit
K3 Pipe E!lug 4
K4 Vent·QIUg 2
K5 Vent bushing 2
30753786.001 Hastello~ C vent/drain and E!lug kit
K3 Pipe elug 4
K4 Vent elug 2
K5 Vent bushing 2
30753788·001 Process head gasket kit tor "fluted rook design" (PTFE material)
30753788.002 Process head gasket kit tor "fluted rook design" (Viton material}
30753788.003 Process head gasket kit for "non·fluted rook design" {PTFE material)
'· 30753788·004 Process head gasket kit tor "non-fluted rook design" (VIton material)
K7 Gasket [for gasket onl~: 30756445·501 {PTFEl or 30749274·501 {Viton!] 6
K8 O·ring 3
K9 Seal 3
K10 Gasket. flange adaE!ter {for gasket onl~{ 30679622·501) 6
Fling• Adll!t•r Kits ftwo heidi~
30754419-001 Flange adli(2ter kit {carbon steel flange adaQters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-002 Flange adaeter kit {st. steel flange adaeters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-004 Flange adaeter kit {monel flange adaE!ters with carbon steel bolts}
30754419-017 Flange adaeter kit {carbon steel flange adaeters with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-018 Flange adaeter kit (st. steel flange adaeters with A286 st. steel bolts}
30754419-020 Flange adaeter kit (monel flange ada(2ters with A286 st. steel bolts!
Kl Bolt, hex head, 7116·20 UN F.. 1.375 inches lg .• flange adaE!ter 4
K10 Gasket. flange adaeter 2
K11 Flange adaeter 2
K12 Filter screen 2
30754419-003 Flange adaE!ter kit {hastello~ C flange adaeters with carbon steel bolts)
307.54419-019 Flange adaeter kit (hastello~ C flange adaQters with A286 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt. hex head. 711&20 UNF. 1.375 inches lg .. flange adaQter 4
K10 Gasket, flange adaeter 2
K11 Flange adaeter 2
Proc:.u H••d Kite {one he1~
30753908.001 _ Process head assembl~ kit {hastello~ C head)
30753908.()()3 Process head assembl~ kit {carbOn steel head with side ventldrainl
30753908-004 Process head assembl~ kit (st. steel head with side ventldrain}
30753908.()()5 Process head assembl~ kit (monel head}
30753908.009 Process head assembl~ kit (carbon steel head without side vent/drain)
30753908.010 Process head assembl~ kit (stainless steel head without side venttdrain}
K3
K4
Pie! elug
Vent Qlug ,
2

KS Vent bushing 1

,,
K7 Gasket, 12rocess head 1
K10 Gasket 1 flange adaeter
K13 Process head
K2 K4

·-
Narrow profile-
non-fluted rook
design
"----

--........ .
. 0--........
~, ~,

,,~~
~'»"'''
2 K3

KS K1 K4

Wide profile-
fluted rook
design

2 K3
NOTE: When the center section Is ordered, the appropriate PROM is automatically supplied.

)
Figure 5-GP and AP meter body pans

8·9
Parts Llat
34-ST·14-01

Flg.S Qty,

,
Key No. Part No. Deacrtptlon
See Tables 5·1, 5·2 Process' head (GP/AP models)
Per Unit
1
2 See Table 5·3 Center section (GP/AP models) 1
TABLE 5-1-Replacement GP and AP Proc:aa Head Part Numbel"' for Wide Profile Meter Body
Material High Pre.. Model u,.
Low p,... Modell u,.
STG110 ST01<10, STQ170, STA122,
STA1<10, STQ&U, STG874
Carbon steel (9/16 in. fitting) 30679544..()01 -
St. steel (9/16 in. fitting) 30679544·002 -
Carbon steel (112 ln. NPT) 30679544·004 -
St. steel (112 in. NPT) 30679544·005 -
Carbon steel - 30679543·001
St. steel - 30679543·002
Monel . - 30679543·003
HastelloyC - 30679543·005
TAIILE"S.2.;;.;Replacement QP Proceu Hud Part Numbers for Narrow Profile Meter Body
Material Fitting Sa. GP Modeta: STG1<10, STG170,
ST0110, STG844, STQ874
Carbon Steel 9116-18UNF·2B 30755124·001
Stainless .Steel 9/16-18UNF·2B 30755, 24·002
Carbon Steel 1/2 NPT 30755124-005
Stainless Steel 1/2 NPT 30755124·006
Monel 1/2 NPT 30755124·008
HastelloyC 1/2 NPT 307551 24·007
Kill
Fig. 5 Qty.
Key No. Kit No. Content• Per Kit
30754154..()01 Head gasket kit for wide profile meter body (3 sets)
30754154..()02 Head gasket kit for all models with narrow profile meter body except STG180 (3 sets)
30754154..()03 Head gasket kit tor model STG180 with narrow profile meter body (3 sets)
K1 O·rlng 3
K2 Seal 3
K3 Gasket, Teflon (for gasket only:• 30756445-502 (LP.) or 30756445·503 (STG180)] 3
K3 Gasket. Vlton (tor guket onty:• 30756445·504 (LP.) or 30756445·505 (STG180)] 3
30753792..()01 Bolts & nuts kit, low pressure-wide profile and all models-narrow profile (carbon steel)
K4 Bolt, hex head, metric, MS. 50 mm lg. 4
K5 Nut, hex, metric, MS 4
30753793..()02 Bolts & nuts kit, low pressure-wide profile and all models-narrow profile (A286 st. steel)
K4 Bolt. hex head, metric, 5/16-1 8 4
KS Nut, hex, 5116 (316 st. st.) 4
30753794..()01 Bolts & nuts kit, high pressure-wide profile only (carbon steel)
K4 Bolt, hex head, metric, M16, 70 mm lg. 4
K5 Nut, hex. metric, M16 4
30753795..()02 Bolts & nuts kit, high pressure-wide profile only (A286 st. steel)
K4 Bolt, hex head, metric, M16, 70 mm lg. 4
KS Nut, hex, metric, M16 4
*For narrow profile meter body only. For Wide profile LP. meter body, use 30756445·506 (VIton) or 30679555·501 (Teflon).
8-10
TABLE 5-3-Aepllcement GP 1nd AP Center Section Model Numberst

• Select the desired key number. See Table 5-3A for key number cross reference data. The
arrow to the right marks the selection available. I
• Make one selection from each table, I and 11. using the column below the proper arrow. For
Table Ill, specify 00. A dot (•) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted
availability. Restrictions follow Table IV.
,_...Key Number---, r-- I _...., r - - II ---, r-Ill (Optlonll)...., r-IV--,
- - - - - - - __________ -_.:.,_, ____ + xxxx
KEY NUMBER Selection Avllllblllty
Sp1n
STG644J ~
0-15 to 0-500 psi/0-1 to 0-35 bar STG644L ~
STG644H ~

0-200 to 0-3000 psi/0-14 to 0-210 bar


STG674J
STG674L ••
STG674H ~

STG140G ~
STG140H ~

•••
Process 0-5 to 0-500 psi/0·.35 to 0·35 bar STG140J
(Gage) STG140K
Pressure STG140L
STG170G
STG170H • ~
0-100 to 0·3000 psi/0-7 to 0-210 bar STG170J
STG170K •
~
STG170L

0-100 to Q-6000 psi/0-7 to 0-420 bar
STG180G
STG180H
• ~
STG180L ~

STA122K ~

••
0-10 to 0-780 • mmHgA/0-13 to 0-1040 mbar STA122G
Absolute STA122H
Pressure
0-5 to 0-500 psia/0-.35 to 0·35 bar abs
STA140G
STA140H

~
STA140L •
TABLE 1-Meter Body
Vent/DI'IIn l1rri1r
ProcluHNd Y1twe Dllphl'lgm
A __

---
CarbOn Steel 316 St. St. a __ d d d • • •
Materials caroon Steel HastelloyC c __ d • d d • •
of GarbOnSlMI Monel e __ d • d d
Construc11on 316 St. St.
316 St. St.
-- 316 St. St.
HastelloyC
F __ •

• •
• •
---
G __
316 St. St. ·uonel
J __ •
HastelloyC HastelloyC L __ • • •
Monel Monel •
Fill Fluid
Silicone . . . . . _. _. . ... . . .. .. .. . . . . .. . . .
_,_ • • • • • • •
CTFE .. ... . .... . .. .. . ... .. .. . .. .... _2 • • • • • • •
No Selection . .. .. __ o • • • •
• I I o 0

__ A
Process Head
Configuration
9/16• ·1 8 Aminco . . . ...... . . . .. ~ .. . . • • •
112• NPT o o o I 0 o o I 0 ' 0 'I 0 0 o I I G • • •
)
TAILE 5-311 CONTINUED ON THE NEXT PAGE.
8-11
Parts List
34-ST-14-01

TABLE 5-3-Continued

STOll
STA1
ST01
.-H-J
40
70 44
TABLE II Selection 10 22 40 74

No Selection . .... . .. . •... ..... .. . .. .. .......... ---. 00000 • • • •

TABLE Ill
None . ...... . . . .. . .. '' o '' •''' ' .... ...
o ' o 0 o I ' 0 0 00 • • • •
Teflon Process Head Gasket (Viton is standard) . . . . . . . TF •
Viton Process Head Gasket (Teflon is standard) . . . Oo o ' I VT • •
A·286SS (NACE) Bolts and Nuts for Process Head ..... . •.. CR •
TABLE IV

IFactory Identification . .... . . . . . .... .......... ...... ! xxxx


1·1·1·1·1
RESTRICTIONS
Reatrtctlon LAHer Available Only With I Not Avallabla With
d Tabl•l Seflctlon I Tabla I Sllectlon

• No process head provided

TABLE5-3A-
Replacement Center Section 1nd Meter Body Key Number Crou Reference Data

Exlatlng Mod1l No. Replacemant Modal No.

STG644J STG644J
STG674J STG674J
STG644C STG644H
STG674C STG674H
STG140C, D. E. or F STG140H
STG170C, D. E. or F STG170H
STG180C,D,orE STG180H
STG644D STG644L
STG674D STG674L
STG644E STG644H
STG674E STG674H
STG140G STG140G
STG140J (Hastelloy and Monel) STG140L
STG170G STG170G
STG170J (Hastelloy and Monel) STG170L
STG180J STG180L

STA122M. N, or P STA122H
STA140C, D. orE STA140H
STA1220 STA122K
STA122G STA122G
STA140G STA140G
STA140J STA140L

8-12
Extended flange design

IK1 K2 K3 K4

Flanged head design


\

Flush design

NOTE: When the meter body is ordered, the appropriate PROM is automatically supplied.

Figure 6-Meter body assembly for flange mounted models

Flg.8 Qty.
) Key No. Delcr1ptlon Per Unit

See Table 6·1 Meter body assembly

6·13
Parts L.lst
34-ST-14-01

TABLE 6-1-Replacement Flange Mounted Meter Body Assembly Model Numbarst

• Select the desired Key Number. See Table 6-1A for key number cross reference data.
The arrow to the right marks the selection available. ·
• Make one selection from each Table, I and II, using the column below the proper
- arrow. Select as many Table Ill options as desired (if no options are desired. specify
00). A dot (•) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability.
Restrictions follow Table IV.
r- Key Number -, r- I -, r--- II ----., ,---- Ill (Optional) - . , 1 IV ...,
+ xxxx
AVIII•
KEY NUMBER Selection lblllty
Span

0·10 to 0.400 inH,O I 0.25 to 0.1000 mbar .... .. .. ......... . ...... . .. STF12BM ~
0.10 to Q.400 inH,O I 0·25 to 0.1000 mbar . .. . .. .. . . . . ..... .. ..... . . .. STF12BN ~
0·5 to 0.100 psi I 0.0.35 to 0.7 bar ...... .... . .... .. . .. .. ....... . .... STF132M ~
0.5 to 0.1 00 psi/ 0.0.35 to Q.7 bar .... ... ... . ..... . ..... .... ...... .. STF132N ~

(For models STF12F. STF13F and STF62F- Refer to section 34·ST·16·02 or


price page 13:ST·3.)

TABLE 1-Mater Body


VenUDraln Benter Dl1phragm
Dlllgn Ref. Hd. Vein Dllphrag~~~~
Ext1n1lon
Pllll
A __
316SS 316SS
w __ •
Carbon Haste 316SS
a __ •
Steel Haste Haste
e __ •
Monel Monel •
316 ss
316SS 316SS E __ •
Flush
"Haste 316 ss
N/A x__ •
Materials 316 ss F __
Haste Haste
G __ •
Monel Monel •
J __
Haste Haste
Haste Haste •
Monel MonelMonel Monel L
M __

Carbon 316 ss •
Extended
Steel
316 ss
Haste
316 ss 316SS
N
A __

316SS 316SS •
s
Fill Fluid
Haste
Silicone ..... .. ... . . . . . . ' .. . . _,_ •

(Meter Body and Flange) CTFE .. ..... . .. . .. ..... . . . . . . . ...
.
__ A
2 •
Process Connection
(Reference Head)
1/4 NPT ..... .. . . .. . . . . . . ... . ... .....
112 NPT (with Adapter) . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . .

H t

TAILE •1 II CONTINUED ON THE NIXT PAGE.


..14
TABLE 6-1-Contlnued

Availability
STF1 _ _ _ _ _..,
+
28
TABLE 11-Flange A11embly Selection 32
No Selection . ........ .. . . .. ...... . ~ .... ...... . . . . . . . . .. . . - - .. - o ____ •
~

3" ANSI Class 150 _1 ___ y


3" ANSI Class 300 _2 ___ y
ON80.PN40 DIN Carbon _3 ___ y
_4 ___
4• ANSI Class 150
4• ANSI Class 300
Steel
_s ___ ••
_6 ___
ON100.PN40 DIN •
Flange
_A ___
3" ANSI Class 150
3" ANSI Class 300 _e ___ yy
ON80.PN40 DIN _c ___ y
4• ANSI Class 150
304SS _o ___ •
_e ___
4" ANSI Class 300 _F ___ •
ON100·PN40 DIN

Flush Design
316 ss
Haste
__ ,__
__ 2 __

g
g
Gasket Ring __ 3 __
Monel g
Extended Design 316SS _s_ v
Flush . ..... .. .. ... ... ....... . ... .. ... . . ' .. . ___ F_

Diameter Length
2inches ___ 1_ v
2.86 inches 4inches ___ 2_ v
Extension (for 3" or 4" spud) ___ 3_ v
6inches
21nches ___ s_ v
3.75 inches ___ 6_
4inches v
(optional for 4 • spud) ___ 7_
Sinches v
. . . . . . . . . .. . . . .... ____ o
No Selection . .. ... . . ...•.. ...... •... •

TABLE Ill-Options

None .. . .... . . . _....... . ........ . . ......... .. .. .... . ....... .• 00 •


Adapter Flange- 1/2" NPT ST Steel • • • • • • • • 0 • • • • •• • ••• - ••• 0. 51 •
Adapter Flange- 112" NPT Hastelloy C ............... ....... • .. . . _. . T1 •
Adapter Flange- 1/2" NPT Monel . ... . ...... ..... .. . .. . . .. . V1 •
A·286SS (NACE) Bolls and Nuts for Heads and Adapters . ........ . .... CR •
Modified DIN Re(erence Head- 31655 ..... . .. . . . ... ... ..... . ... .... ON m

TAILEIV

IFactory ldelltillcal~n .......... . . . . .. . . .... ... .. . • d I xxxx


1·1

)
TAILE 1-1 IS CONnNUED ON THE NEXT PAGE.
6-15
F>arts L.ist
34-ST·14-01

TABLE 6·1-Contlnued

-
RESTRICTIONS
Rntrlctlon Letter Available Only With Not AVJilable With
gmtwy Tabla Selection Tabla Setectlon
----- M __ ,N __ ,R __ ,S __
• I
A~_,e __ ,c __ ,E __ ,
• I
F __ ,G __ ,J __ , L __ ,
w__ ,x __
E __ ,A_
• I
___ 5_, ___ 6_,
• II
_ _ _ 7_

• Select from Table Ill.

TABLE 8-1A-Replecement Meter Body Key Number Cron Reference Deta


Exletlng Model No. .....,aoement Model No.

STF128M, N, P, or a STF128N
STF130M, N, P or a STF132N
STF126R orT STF12BM
STF130R orT STF132M
STF12BM STF128M
STF132M STF132M
STF128N STF128N
STF132N STF132N

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Kay No. Kit No. Content• Per Kit
Flange Adapter Klta
30754419-005 ·Flange adapter kit (carbon steel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-006 Flange adapter kit ./,st. steel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-008 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419..()21 Flange adapter kit (carbon steel flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-022 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-024 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts) ..
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7116·20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 .. Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1 .

K4 Filter screen 1
3075441 9-007 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419·023 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flang~ adapter with A2B6 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head. 7116·20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter ' .. 1
K3 Gasket 1
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includes a style B pack.

30755080.501 Style B

2 30753046-501 LCD assembly 1

3 30752453·501 Interface cable assembly (with alligator clips) 1

4 30752453·502 Interface cable assembly (with EZ hooks) 1

5 307.52438·501 DC battery charger, AA Nlcad cell, 120 Vac 1

6 30753739-501 DC battery charger, AA Nlcad cell, 240 Vac 1

7 30752834·501 carrying case. vinyl 1

s 30752834·502 carrying case, leather 1

Kill
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307531 94-QO 1 Replacement hardware kit

K1 Bumper, recess 4

K2 Screw. metric M3. socket h11d 6


K3 Cover. batt1ry compartment 1
K4 L.abel. battery cover 1

KS carry strap 1

K7 Harness assembly, power/charger 1

K10 Actuator 1

K12 Socket head wrench kit, metric 1


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(1) Hex head socket wrench, size 2.5 mm
(1) Hex head socket wrench, size 3 mm
(1) Hex head socket wrench, size 4 mm

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34-ST·14-01

Table 7- Summary of Recommended Spare Parts

Reference Spares far

1·10 10·100 100·1000


Part Number Deacrtptlan Flg. Na. Key Na. Units Units Units

30756396·502 Electromcs moaute assemoly (release 250) 2 1C 1 1·2 2·4

30753392·001 Accessory O·ring kit 2 KS 1 1·2 2·4

30754457·501 Termmal block assembly kit 3 K1·K4 1 1 1·2


(black. Without lightmng protection)

30753803·001 Termmal block assembly kit 3 K1-K4 1 ~ 1·2


(red. with lightnmg protection)

30753788·001 Process neaa gasket kit 4 K7·K10 1 1-4 4·10


30753788·002
30753788·003
30753788-Q04

30754154·001 Process head gasket kit (GP and AP moaels) 5 K1·K3 , 1·4 4-10
30754154-002
30754154-Q03

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5·3

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ST 3000 Series 900 Section 7

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Topic Page

Part 1 -Introduction .......................................................................................................................,....................................... 7-2

Part 2- Operation ................................................................................................................................................................. 7-3

Part 3- Bench Check, Calibration and Commissioning, and Start-up ................................ .............. .................................... 7-4

Part 4- Maintenance and Service ............................................ .... .................................... ..................................................... 7-5


Zero Adjust Procedure ............................................................................................................................................. 7-9
Span Set Procedure ................................................................................................................................... ,,............ 7-9

Part 5-lnstallation ...........................................;.................................................................................................................. 7-10

Part 6- Parts List ........................ ........................................................................................................................................ 7-47

34-ST-15·01 Printed In U.S.A. • c Copyrlghi18D3--HonBywelllnc. 7-1


ST 3000 Series 900

Part 1:
INTRODUCTION The Series 900 is a cost reduced version of the Series 1oo ST 3000. It has
somewhat relaxed accuracy and temperature specifications with smaller
mechanical dimensions.

The Series 900 is available in nearly all the same models as the Series 100
ST 3000. It has all the "Smart" features, including communications with the Smart
Field Communicator and digital capabilities for adaption with the TDC systems.

The Series 900 has the same mounting flexibility as the Series 100.

Options include a built-in output meter and local (zero and span) range adjusts.

Integral components of the Series 900 are not interchangeable with any version of
the Series 100 ST 3000.

7-2 34-ST-15·01
ST 3000 Series 900

Part 2:
OPERATION There are no differences in the operation of the Series 900 and the Series 100
ST 3000. Only the junction box of the Series 900 has a different hookup
configuration. See the diagram below and follow the same procedures in Section 2.

The test terminals are means of connecting a meter end series with the loop.

Power SFC

SIGNAL-
BLACK(-)

Internal
ground
connection

Meter•
Shorting bar

*Remove shorting bar before


connecting analog meter

7-3
ST 3000 Series 900

Part 3:
BENCH CHECK, The only difference between the Series 900 and the ST 3000 Series 100 are the
CALIBRATION AND · connections at the terminal block. See the diagram below and follow the same
COMMISSIONING, AND procedures in Section 3.
START-UP

Power SFC

SIGNAL-
BLACK(-)

Internal
ground
connection

Meter*
Shorting bar

*Remove shorting bar before


connecting analog meter

7-4 34-ST·15·01
ST 3000 Series 900

Part 4:
MAINTENANCE AND Maintenance and service on the Series 900 is basically the same except for the
SERVICE physical structure of the hardware. See Section 4.

Torque ratings for the meter body process heads are as follows:

Bolt Material
Model Type C.rbon St•l (Zinc Plate) A286 Stalnlea St... (Nace)
DP and GP 30 ft-lb (40.8 N•m) 42 ft·lb (57 N•m)
C.rbon St_. A286 Stalnlea Steal (Nace)
AP 18.4 ft-lb (25 N•m) 13 ft-lb (17.5 N•m)

The electronics PCB is different from all other Series ST 3000 releases. See page
4-5 for a comparison.
View from End Cap
(most components are on the other side)

Retaining
screws/
handles

NOTE: Always tighten in


the sequence shown

Components on
other side
Power
cable
connector

Meter
body
connector

Failsafe Mode
) jumper
(cut for downscale)

34-ST-15-01 7-5
ST 3000 Series 900

To replace the electronics module use the procedure outlined, beginning on page
4-6. Note, however, the difference in the PCB orientation and connections, and the
allen wrenches used for the Series 900. See the table and diagram below.
Series 900 Allen Wrenches
u.. Wrench Size
Housing Caps 1.5mm
Housing to Meter Body positioning 3mm
Adapter to Housing 4mm

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7-6 34-ST-15·01
ST 3000 Series 900

Replacement of the PROM, meter body, and meter body center section are also
similar. Apply the procedures in Section 4 to the illustrations below.

View from End Cap


(most components are on the other side)

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34-ST-15-01 7-7
ST 3000 Series 900

Calibration of the Series 900 is the same as that of the Series 100 ST 3000.
However, if the Series 900 is equipped with the local zero and span option it can be
calibrated without the use of an SFC.

7-8 34-ST-15·01
ST 3000 Sarles 900

The Local Zero and Span option is intended for those users without a Smart Field
Communicator (SFC) or digital integration to the TDC 3000.

Zero Adjust Procedure 1. Apply the pressure corresponding to the desired lower range value. In the case
of the differential pressure transmitter, apply pressure on the high side to set the
zero at so~ H20 for example, the low side to set zero at -50" H20, and vent both
sides to keep it at zero.

2. Loosen the Zero/Span cover retaining screws on the transmitter electronics


housing and slide the cover aside.

3. Slip the adjusting wand out of the housing. The wand is captive and will not be
totally removed from the housing.

4. There are two zero functions available: zero raise(+) and zero lower(-). Insert
the wand to either the positive(+) or negative(-) cavity of the housing in order
to adjust the transmitter output for 4 mA. The zero lower and raise functions
change the output of the transmitter by 0.02S% of span per second for as long
as the wand is inserted in either cavity. After ten (1 0) seconds the rate is
increased to 0.2S% of span per second. The purpose of the different rates is to
allow for slower adjustment when the output is close to zero and faster
adjustment for more significant step changes.

For example, if you want the zero to be so~ H20 in a 400~ H20 range, you would
apply so~ H20 to the high pressure side of the transmitter. Slip the magnetic tip
of the adjusting wand into the zero lower (-) cavity and wait until the output
reads 4mA. This should take approximately one minute.

NOTE: The zero raise and lower functions do not change the LRV of the transmitter
database. They change the zero correct calibration constant.

Span Set Procedure 1. Apply the upper range pressure value to the high side of the transmitter. Ensure
that the low pressure side is at its reference value. For the above example, with
zero at 50" H20 and the upper range value at 400~ H~. apply 400" H20 to the
high side and vent the low side to atmosphere.

2. Insert the adjusting wand into the cavity marked SPAN SET. This is a one time
in and out setting. Remove the wand from the cavity. The transmitter output will
now be 20 rnA. The 20 rnA output is calibrated at the factory and cannot be
adjusted.

3. Replace the adjusting wand in its storage position, close the cover and tighten
the retaining screws.

NOTE: The span set function changes the range of the transmitter and not the
calibration.

34-ST-15-01 7-9
ST 3000 Series 900

Part 5:
INSTALLATION The following table is a list of the Series 900 installation drawings.

Mounting Poaltlon Drawing Number


Differential Pressure
4oo• with SS or Hastelloy Diaphragm Horizontal pipe 30757126.000
(STD924CA _ _ and STD924CB _ __j Vertical pipe 30757127-000
All other ranges and diaphragm material Horizontal pipe 30757163-000
(STD924CC _ ___. STD924CD _ ___. Vertical pipe 30757164-000
STD930C and STD974C __j
Gauge Pressure (Two Head Type) Horizontal pipe 30757128.000
Vertical pipe 30757129-000
Gauge Pressure (In-Line Type) Horizontal pipe 30757130.000
Vertical pipe 30757146.000
Absolute Pressure Horizontal pipe 30757577-000
Vertical pipe 30757576.000
Flange Mount Extended 30757573-000
Flush 30757574-000
Pseudo 30757575-000
Wiring Intrinsically Safe Loops 30753667.,000
Wiring Non-Intrinsically Safe Loops 30753607-ooo
Remote Diaphragm Seal - DP double-sided Horizontal pipe 51402583.000
Vertical pipe 51402584.000
Remote Diaphragm Seal - DP single-sided Horizontal pipe 51402585-000
Vertical pipe 51402586-000
Remote Diaphragm Seal - LGP Horizontal pipe 51402587-000
Vertical pipe 51402588-000
Remote Seal - Flange Extended - 51305137-000
Remote Seal- Off-Line Flange with 61 mm/2.40 in
diameter diaphragm
- 51305138-000

Remote Seal- Off-Line Aange with 73.7 mm/2.9 in


diameter diaphragm
- 51305139.000

Remote Seal - Off-Line Flange with 104.1 mm/4.1 in


diameter diaphragm
- 51305140-000

Remote Seal - Flush Flange - 51305141-000


Remote Seal - Saddle - 51305142.000
Remote Seal - Sanitary - 51305143.000
Remote Seal- Pancake and Chemical Tee - 51305144-000
Remote Seal- Off-Line, Threaded 1i4 NPT Process - 51305148-000
Connection

7-10 34-ST-15-01
ST 3000 S.rles 900

The Series 900 and the ST 3000 Series 100 differ in their connections at the
terminal bloctc. See the diagram below and follow the same procedures in Section
5.

SIGNAL-
(-)

•Remove shorting bar before


connecting analog meter

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Part 6:
PARTS LIST Component Identification
• All individually saleable parts are indicated in each figure by key number callout;
i.e. 1, 2, 3 and so on.
• All parts that are supplied in kits are indicated in each figure by key number
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• Parts denoted with a "t" are recommended spares. See Table 6 for a summary
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Series 900
Electronics Housing Assembly
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DP See Dual Head See Single Head Sea LPG See


Models Figura GP Models Figura AP Models Figure Models Figure
STD924 2 STG944 3 STA922 3A STG94L 4
STD930 2A STG974 3 STA940 3A STG97L 4
STD974 2A STG98L 4

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Models Figure Remote Diaphragm
STF924 5 Seal Models
STF932 5
STR930 Attention: No replacement metet
STF92F 5
STR94G body Is evallable for Remote
STF93F 5
Diaphragm Seal Models.

Mounting Kit Part Number 30752770-003 Mounting Kit Part Number 30752770-004
for All Models Except LPG for LPG Models Only

34-ST-15·01 7-47
ST 3000 Serle a 800

There are no parts on the Series 900 that are interchangeable w~h the Series 100
ST 3000 except for kits for Flange Mount and Absolute Pressure. For parts
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Figura1--€1ectronics Housing Assembly

3 K1 1 K1 2

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7-48 34-ST-15.01
ST 3000 Series 900

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Key Number Pen Number DMcrlptlon

K1 30757503-Q01 Electronics Housing Seals


Kit includes: Mo· rings

30757504.()01 Electronics Housing Hardware DP/1, GP/1, LGP/1


Kit Includes: Screws, Gasket, Plate, Washers, Cover terminal,
Spacers
1 30756962.()01 Cap

2 30756996-501 . Meter cap


3 30756955-501 Terminal assembly
4 30756998-501 Electronics module assembly
) 5 30756997-501 Analog meter

34-ST-15-01 7-49
ST 3000 S.rlea 800

Figure 2--400" Stainless Steel and Hastelloy C Meter Body Assembly


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Key Number P•rtNumber O..Crlptlon
1 888 Table 2-1 for Replacement
Center Section
30757147-001° Replacement heads carbon steel
Kit Includes: Heads with side vents, Head gaskets teflon, head
gaskets viton, Plugs, Bushings, Vent plugs, Gaskets
30757148-001. Replacement heads stainless steel
Kit Includes: Heads with side vents, Head gaskets teflon, Head
gaskets viton, Plugs, Bushings, Vent Plugs, Gaskets
30757505-001. Meter body seal
Kit includes: Head gaskets teflon, Gaskets, Head gaskets viton
30757149-001. Replacement heads hastelloy
Kit includes: Heads with side vents, Head gaskets teflon, Head
gaskets viton, Plugs, Bushings, Vent plugs, Gaskets
3075750Q-Oo1· Replacement heads. monel
Kit Includes: Head with side vents, Head gasket teflon, Head gasket
viton, Plugs, Bushings, Vent plugs, Gaskets
30757506-001. Head bolts carbon steel
Kit includes: Bolts, Nuts
30757507-001. Head bolts stainless steei/Nace
Kit includes: Bolts, Nuts
•For STD924CA _ _ and STD924CB _ _ only

7-50 34-ST-15.01
ST 3000 Series 900

Figure 2A~eplacement 5900 DP Meter Body for


STD924CC _ _, STD924CD _ _, STD930C _ _ _, STD974C _ _ _

K13 K3 2 K7 K13 K3 K5
K7 K14

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K11 K10 K K6

NOTE: When the canter section is ordered, the appropriate PROM is automatically supplied.

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NumtMr per Unit
1 See Table 2·1 Canter section 1
2 307571 04·001 Adapter 1

34-ST-15·01 7·51
ST 3000 Serlaa 800

Kits
Key Kit Number Content• Quantity
Numb• per Kit

30753790-001 Carbon steel bolts and nuts kit


K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter 4
K2 Nut, hex, metric, M12, process heads 4
KS Bolt, hex head, metric, M12, 90mm lg., process heads 4
30753791-002 St. steel (A286) bolts and (316) nuts kit
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter 4
K2 Nut, hex, metric, M12, process heads 4
KS Bolt, hex head, metric, M12, 90mm lg., process heads 4
30753785-001 St. steal vent/drain and plug kit
K3 Pipe plug 4
K4 Vent plug 2
K5 Vent bushing 2
30753787-001 Monel vent/drain and plug kit
K3 Pipe plug 4
K4 Vent plug 2
K5 Vent bushing 2
30753786-001 Hastelloy C vent/drain and plug kit
K3 Pipe plug 4
K4 Vent plug 2
K5 Vent bushing 2
30753788-001 Process head gasket kit for "fluted rook design• (PTFE material)
30753788-002 Process head gasket kit for "fluted rook design• (Viton material)
30753788-003 Process head gasket kit for •non-fluted rook design• (PTFE material)
30753788-004 Process head gasket kit for "non-fluted roo~ design• (Viton material)
K7 Gasket [for gasket O!!_!l: 30756445-501{PTFE) or 30749274-501 (Viton)] 6
K8 0-ring 3
K9 Seal 3
K10 Gasket, flange adapter (for gasket only: 30679622-501) 6
K14 30757503-001 Enclosure seals 2
Flange Adapter Khs (two heads)
30754419-001 Flange adapter kit (carbon steel flange adapters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-002 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapters with carbon steal bolts)
30754419-004 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapters with carbon steal bolts)
30754419-017 Flange adapter kit (carbon steel flange adapters with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-018 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapters with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-020 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapters with A286 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7116-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter 4
K10 Gasket, flange adapter 2
K11 Flange adapter 2
K12 Filter screen 2
30754419-003 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapters with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-019 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapters with A286 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter 4
K10 Gasket, flange adapter 2
K11 Flange adapter 2

7-52 34-ST-15.01
ST 3000 Series 900

Kits (continued)
Key Kit Number Content a Quantity
Number par Kit

Process Head KHs (one head)


30753908·001 Process head assembly kit (hastelloy C head)
30753908-003 Process head assembly kit (carbon steal head with side vent/drain)
30753908-004 Process head assembly kit (st. steel head with side vent/drain)
30753908-005 Process head assembly kit (monel head)
30753908-009 Process head assembly kit (carbon steel head without side vent/drain)
30753908-01 0 Process head assembly kit (stainless steel head without side vent/drain)
K3 Pipe plug 2
.K4 Vent plug 1
K5 Vent bushing 1
K7 Gasket, process head 1
K10 Gasket, flange adapter 1
K13 Process head 1

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TABLE 2-1~eplecement DP Center Section Model Number•

INSTRUCTIONS
• Select the desired key number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
• Make one selection from each table, I and II, usin9 the column below the proper arrow.
For Table Ill, specify 00. A dot (•) denotes unrestnc:ted availability. A letter denotes
restricted availability. Restrictions follow Table IV.
r- Key Numt. --, ~I--, .---11---, r-- Ill (Optlonel)--, ,...-- IV - - ,
-------- --- -=------- --.-- -- + ----

KEY NUMBER Selection A v.la


I b lllty
Span

0-25" to 0-400" H20/0-62.2 to 0·1 000 mbar .................................. ST0924C J,


0-5 psi to 0-100&sV0-.35 to 0-7 bar ............................................... STD930C J,
0-100 psi to 0-3 00 psV0-7 to 0-210 bar ........................................ STD974C J,

TABLE I
Prooeea.._d Vent/Drain Barr*
Valve Diaphragm
Materials
of
--- -
-
316 St. St.
Hastelloy c
A
B- -
c--
... ... ..
Construction
-
-
-
Mone
Tantalum
o== ..
Fill Fluid Silicone ........................................................
CTFE ........................................................... - 21 - .. .. ..
- -
No Selection ................................................................................... 0 ...
TABLE II
I No Selection ...... - ............................................................................ , ooooo
1·1·1·1
TABLE Ill
INo Selection ..................................................................................., 00
1·1·1·1
TABLE IV
IFactory Identification ...................................................................... j XXXX
1·1·1·1

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Figure 3-GP (dual head) Meter Body Assembly

1
FIGURE3
Key Numb• PartNumw Deacrlptlon
1 See Tabla 3-2 for Replacement
Center Sadion
30757501-001* Replacement heads carbon steel
Kit includes: Head with side vents, Head dummy CS, Head gaskets
teflon, Head gaskets viton, Plugs, Bushings, Vent Plug, Gasket
30757502-001* Replacement heads stainless steel
Kit includes: Heads with side vents, Head dummy SS, Head gaskets
teflon, head gaskets viton, Plugs, Bushings, Vent plugs, Gaskets
30757505-001. Mater body seal
Kit includes: Head gaskets teflon, Gaskets, Head gaskets viton
30757506-001. Head bolts carbon steel
Kit includes: Bolts, Nuts
30757507-001. Head bolts stainless staeVNace
Kit includes: Bolts, Nuts
*For STG944 and STG974 only

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Figure 3A-AP Meter Body Assembly

3
KS K6 K2 K4

FIGURE3A
Key Part Number Description Quantity
Number per Unit
1 See Table 3-1 Process head (AP models) 1
2 See Table 3-2 Center section (AP models) 1
3 30757104-001 Adapter 1

TABLE 3-1-Replacement AP Process Head Part Numbers


Material Fitting Size Models STA922 end STA940
Carbon steel 1/2 NPT 30755124-005
Stainless steel 1/2 NPT 30755124-006
Monel 112 NPT 30755124-008
Hastelloy C 112 NPT 30755124-007

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Kits
Key Kit Number Contents Quantity
Number per Kit

30754154-002 Head gasket kit


K1 0-ring 3
K2 Seal 3
K3 Gasket, Teflon 3
K3 Gasket, Viton 3
30753792-001 Bohs and nuts kit (carbon steel)
K4 Boh, hex head, metric, M8, 50mm lg. 4
K5 Nut, hex, metric, MS 4
30753793-002 Bohs and nuts kit (A286 st. steel)
K4 Boh, hex head, metric, 5/16-18 4
K5 Nut, hex, 5/16 (316 st. st.) 4
K6 30757503-001 Enclosure seals kit 2

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TABLE 3-2-Replacernent GP and AP Center Section Model Numbers

INSTRUCTIONS
• Select the desired key number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
• Make one selection from each table, I and II, usin~ the column below the proper arrow.
For Tat:ile Ill, specify 00. A dot (•) denotes unrestncted availability. A letter denotes
restricted availability. Restrictions follow Table IV.
,....--- Key Number---, r-- I --, ,....--- II ----, r- Ill (Optional) - , ,--IV -..
+ xxxx
KEY NUMBER Selection Availability
Span

Process 0-20 to 0-500 psi/0-1.4 to 0-35 bar .......................... STG944C !


~Gage)
ressure
0-300 to 0-3000 psi/0-21 to 0-210 bar ..................... STG974C !

0-50 to 0-?ao· mmHg/0-67 to 0-1040 mbar abs ....... STA922C !


Absolute
Pressure
0-20 to 0-500 psi/0-1.4 to 0-35 bar abs .................... STA940C !

TABLE I METER BODY


Vent/Drain Barrier
Process Head Valve Diaphragm

Materials
-- . ..
of
Construction
-
-
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
s==
A

Fill Fluid
Silicone ........................................................
CTFE ........................................................... -
-
1
2 -
- .. ..
Process Head
Configuration No Selection ................................................
--0
..
TABLE II

I No Solection ........................................: ......................................... ~ 00000 1·1·1


TABLE Ill

I None ..... . ............ ....... ................ ....... ••. ...... .... .. ............ J 00 1·1·1
TABLE IV

IFaclory ldon!Oication ................................................................, XXXX 1·1·1

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Figure 4-LGP Meter Body Assembly

"""

1
,-
r------,o~~ -
,. -!
,1, -
1
·,

LGP

1/2" female
pipe thread 1
FIGURE4
Key Number Part Number Deacrlptlon

1 See Table 4-1 for Replacement


Meter Body

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TABLE 4-1-Replacement LGP Meter Body Assembly Model Numbers

INsmucnoNs
• Select the desired key number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
• Make one selection from each table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table Ill options as desired. (If no options are desired, specify 00). A dot
(•) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability. Restrictions
follow Table IV.
...--Key Number---, ...--1-., r--11----, r-- Ill (Optional)----., ,...--- IV - . ,
------ - -- - '- - + xxxx
KEY NUMBER Selection Availability
Span

0-20 to 0-500 psi/0·1 .4 to 0-35 bar ............... STG94LC .!.


Gage 0-300 to 0-3000 psi/0·21 to 0-210 bar .......... STG97LC
Pressure .!.
0-500 to 0-6000 psl/0-35 to 0-415 bar .......... STG98LC .!.

TABLE I METER BODY


Process Vent/Drain Barrier
Interlace Valve Diaphragms

Materials of
Construction
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
-- 316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
E ..
F==

Fill
Fluid
Silicone .........................................................
CTFE ............................................................ - 21 -- ..
-
Process Head
Configuration 112" NPT (female) .........................................
--G .

ITABLE II

No Selection .................................................................................. J 00000


1·1
TABLE Ill

INone······························································································! 00
1·1
I
TABLE IV

Factory ldenl~lcation ......................................................................, xxxx


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Figure 5-Fiange Mounted Liquid Level Meter Body Assembly

,,

2 1 Extended flange design


K1 K2 K3 K4 K5

Flange head design

Flush Design

NOTE: When the meter body is ordered, the appropriate PROM is automatically supplied.

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FIGURES
Key Part Number De.crlptlon Quantity
Number per Unit

1 See Table 5-1 Meter body assembly 1


2 30757104-001 Adapter 1

Kits

Key KUNumber Description Quantity


Number per Kit
30754419-005 Flange adapter kit (carbon steel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-006 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-008 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-021 Flange adapter kit (carbon steel flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-022 Flange adapter kit (st. steel flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts)
30754419-024 Flange adapter kit (monel flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1
K4 Filter screen 1
30754419-007 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with carbon steel bolts)
30754419-023 Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapter with A286 st. steel bolts)
K1 Bolt, hex head, 7116-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg. 2
K2 Flange adapter 1
K3 Gasket 1
K5 30757503-001 Housing seal kit 1

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TABLE 5-1-Replacement Flange Mounted Liquid Level Meter Body Assembly Model Numbers

INSTRUCTIONS
• Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
• Make one selection from each Table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table Ill options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 00). A dot
(•) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability. Restrictions
follow Table IV.
1
Key Number-,
1
11 r--"--, r - I l l (Optional) ---, 1 1v...,
___ _ __ - ___ - ___ _ - - - ·- -- - +xxxx
Avail-
KEY NUMBER e ect on
Sl abill tv
Span

0-25 to 0-400 inH20 I 0-62.2 to 0-1 000 mbar ..................................................... STF924e J,


0-5 to 0-100 psi I 0-0.35 to 0-7 bar ..................................................................... STF932e J,

0-25 to 0-400 inH20 I 0-62.2 to 0-1000 mbar ..................................................... STF92Fe J.


0-5 to 0-100 psi I 0-0.35 to 0-7 bar ..................................................................... STF93Fe J.

TABLE I METER BODY


Design Ref.Hd. Vent/Drain Barrier Diaphragm
Extension
Valve Diaphragms Plate

Carbon
Steel
316 ss
Haste
316 ss
316 ss
A
w--
--
...
Haste Haste 8 --

...
316 ss
Flush 316 ss 316 ss NIA E
316SS Haste 316 ss X--
Haste Haste F
--
Haste Haste Haste Haste
--
J-- .
..
Materials
Carbon 316 ss M
Steel Haste N
--
--
Extended
316 ss
316 ss
316 ss
Haste
316 ss 316SS
R
--
s-
..
-
316 ss A
-- .
Pseudo
Flange - - Haste - - 8 .
Fill Fluid
(Meter Body and Flange)
Silicone .......................................................
eTFE .......................................................... - 1-
2
.. ..
- -
Process Connection
(Reference Head)
No Selections .............................................
114 NPT ......................................................
1/2 NPT (with Adapter) ...............................
- - A0
- -H ..
t
l.

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TABLE 5-1-Replacement Flange Mounted Liquid Level Meter Body Assembly Model Numbers (continued)

STF9 c Availability

' i
24 2F
TABLE II FLANGE ASSEMBLY
No Selection •............................•......................................................................... 0
Selection
---- .. 32 3F

No Selection ····························································· - 0 --- .


3" ANSI Class 150 1 y
3" ANSI Class 300
- ---
2--- y
-
...
DN80-PN40 DIN Carbon - 3--- y
4" ANSI Class 150
4" ANSI Class 300
Steel
-
-
4
5---
---
6
Flange DN1 OO-PN40 DIN - ---
A y
3" ANSI Class 150
3" ANSI Class 300
- --- y
8-
- --
DN80-PN40 DIN
4" ANSI Class 150
4" ANSI Class 300
DN1 OO-PN40 DIN
304SS
E
=g= := ... y

=F===
No Selection .....•....................................................... - - 0 w
-- .
Gasket Ring Flush Design 316 ss 1
--2-- g
Hast C -- -- g
Extended Design 316SS
- - 5 -- v
No Selection ....................•..................•......................
Flush .........................................................................
- - - 0F -
--- - ..
Diameter Length

Extension 2.86 inches


2inches
4inches
---1- v
(for 3" or 4" spud)
6inches - - - 32 - v
v
--- -
2inches
3.75 inches 4inches - - - 56 - v
v
(optional for 4" spud)
6inches
---7 - v
--- -
No Selection .......................................................................................................
---- 0 ..
TABLE Ill OPTIONS
None ................................................................................................................... 00 .•
Adapter Flange - 112" NPT ST Steel .................................................................. S1
Adapter Flange -112" NPT Hastelloy C ........................................................... .. T1
A-286SS (NACE) Bolts and Nuts for Heads and Adapters .............................. .. CR
TABLE IV
IFactory Identification ... ....................... ..... .,.......................................................... ! xxxx 1·1·1
RESTRICTIONS
Reetrlctlon Letter Available Only With Not Available With
g t v w y Table Selection Table Selection

..I •
I M _ _ ,N _ _ ,R _ _ ,S _ _
I
~==:~-~ ~ ==: ~==·
- s-
.s
Ill II A
-·- - 8-

===~=·--- -·
I
II 6

Ill Select adapter from Table Ill.

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TABLE ~ummary of Recommended Spare Parts

Reference Spares for


Part Number Description Figure Key 1·10 10·100 100-1000
Number Number Units Units Units

30756998-501 Electronics module assembly 1 4 1 1-2 2-4


30757503-001 Housing seal kit 1 K1 1 1-2 2-4
30756955-501 Terminal assembly 1 3 1 1 1-2
Process head gasket kit '· 1 1-4 4-10
30757147-001 For STD924CA
Teflon and Viton-
and STD924CB
-- 2

For all other DP/1 S900 2A K7


30753788-003 Teflon
30753788-004 Viton
30757505-001 For STG944 and STG974 3
Teflon and Viton
30754154-002 For STA922 and STA940 3A K3
Teflon and Viton
See Tables Center section 1 1-2 2-4
2-1 DP Models 2 1
2A 1
3-2 GP/AP Models 3 1
3A 2

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