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****** Page 1 ****** COMMANDER 150 User Guide Universal Process Indicator 888888 Ann ADD

****** Page 2 ****** Use of Instructions A Warning. An instruction that draws attention to the risk of injury or death. Caution. An instruction that draws attention to the risk of damage to the product, process or surroundings. Note. Clarification of an instruction or additional information. Information. Further reference for more detailed information or technical details. Although Warning hazards are related to personal injury, and Caution hazards are associated with equipment or property damage, it must be understood that operation of damaged equipment could, under certain operational conditions, result in degraded process system performance leading to personal injury or death. Therefore, comply fully with all Warning and Caution notices. Information in this manual is intended only to assist our customers in the efficient operation of our equipment. Use of this manual for any other purpose is specifically prohibited and its contents are not to be reproduced in full or part without prior approval of the Technical Publications Department. Health and Safety To ensure that our products are safe and without risk to health, the following points must be noted: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The relevant sections of these instructions must be read carefully before proceeding. Warning labels on containers and packages must be observed. Installation, operation, maintenance and servicing must only be carried out by suitably trained personnel and in accordance with the information given. Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the possibility of an accident occurring when operating in conditions of high pressure and/or temperature. Chemicals must be stored away from heat, protected from temperature extremes and powders kept dry. Normal safe handling procedures must be used. When disposing of chemicals ensure that no two chemicals are mixed. Safety advice concerning the use of the equipment described in this manual or any relevant hazard data sheets (where applicable) may be obtained from the Company address on the back cover, together with servicing and spares information.

****** Page 3 ****** GETTING STARTED This manual is divided into 5 sections which contain all the information needed to install, configure, commission and operate the COMMANDER 150. Each section is identified clearly by a symbol as shown below. Displays and Controls • Displays and function keys • LED Indication • Error Messages Operator Mode (Level 1) Operator menus for: Standard Indicator Totalizer/Batch Controller Maximum/Minimum/Average Indicator Set Up Mode (Level 2) • Alarm trip points • Totalizer functions Configuration Mode (Levels 3 and 4) • Accessing the configuration levels Level Hardware assignment and input type Alarm types and hysteresis Operator functions and totalizer setup Digital input and serial communications Level 4 Ranges and passwords Installation • Siting Mounting Electrical connections Symbol Identification and Section Contents

****** Page 4 ****** CONTENTS GETTING STARTED …….g 2.1 Introduction 13 . .. …. ….. ….. … 18 20 24 1 2 3 4 5 2 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS 3 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Use of Function Keys ………………………………………………………………………4 1.3 LED Alarms and Indicators 1.4 Error Messages . OPERATOR MODE 2.2 Operating Page — Standard (Level I) …………………………………………………8 2.3 Operating Page — Totalizer (Level I) 2.4 Operating Page — Maths Functions (Level I) II SET UP MODE 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Setup Level (Level 2) . CONFIGURATION MODE 18 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Accessing the Configuration Mode … . 4.3 Basic Hardware and Configuration (Level 3) … 4.31 Hardware Assignment and Input Type 20 4.32 Alarms 4.g.g Operator Functions and Totalizer Set Up . 4.34 Digital Input and Serial Communications . 4.4 Ranges and Passwords (Level 4) 28 INSTALLATION 31 .5 .6 9 13 14 18 .22 31 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Siting Mounting Electrical Connections 35 Relays, Arc Suppression, Inputs and Outputs .. 5.4. I 5.42 5.4.g 5.4.4 5.4.5 Relay Contact Ratings Arc Suppression 35 Logic Output Retransmission Analog Output Digital Input

****** Page 5 ****** 1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS Information. The fold-out page inside on the back cover of this manual shows all the frames in the programming levels. Space is provided on the page for writing the programmed setting or selection for each frame. 1.1 Introduction — Fig. 1.1 The COMMANDER 150 front panel display, function keys and LED indicators are shown in Fig. 1.1. Alarm LEDs (særet-til-lit) Display 88888 Function Keys Parameter Advance Raise Lower Multi-function Key Fig. 1.1 Front Panel Display, Function Keys and Indicators 3

****** Page 6 ****** …1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS 1.2 Use of Function Keys — Fig. 1.2 A — Raise and Lower Keys Use to change/set a parameter value… LEU.EL / LEU.ELL’ B — Parameter Advance Key LEU.EL Frame (top of level) Frame 2 Use to advance to the next frame within a level. .. .move between levels LEU.ELx eaa.e 300.3 Press and O. H hold select the top (L E IJEL) frame from within a level Note. This key also stores any changes made in the previous frame C — Multi-function Key CodE or… Use to view a parameter setting or selection… ,-’31-156 select individual characters in a frame Fig. 1.2 Use of Function Keys 4

****** Page 7 ****** 1.3 i DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS… LED Alarms and Indicators COMMANDER 150 Alarm LEDs Alarm Alarm 2 Alarm g LED Status All Flashing • Indicator is in the configuration mode — see Section 4.2. A1, A2 and A3 • Flashes when Alarm is active (off when inactive). • Lit constantly when Alarm 1 is an active latched alarm which has been acknowledged Fig. 1.3 LED Alarms and Indicators 5

****** Page 8 ****** …1 DISPLAYS AND FUNCTION KEYS 1.4 Error Messages Display CFü.Err Rd. Err Error/Action Calibration error Turn mains power off and on again (if the error persists contact the Service Organization). Configuration error The configuration and/or setup data for the instrument is corrupted Turn mains power off and on again (if error persists, check configuration/setup settings). A to D Converter Fault The analog to digital converter is not communicating correctly. Process Variable Range Option board error Communications to board have failed. Over/Under the option To Clear Display Press the [A key Press the key Turn power on and off again. If the error persists, contact the Service Organization Restore valid input Contact the Service Organization 6

****** Page 9 ****** 2 OPERATOR MODE 2.1 Introduction Operator Mode (Level I) is the normal day-to-day mode of the COMMANDER 150. Frames displayed in level are determined by the indicator functions which are selected during configuration of the instrument — see Section 4. Note. Only the operating frames relevant to the configured functions are displayed in Operator Mode. The three indicator functions are: Standard Indicator Indicator with Totalization Indicator with Max./Min./Average page 8 page 9 page 1 1 7

****** Page 10 ****** …2 OPERATOR MODE Operating Page — Standard (Level 1) 2.2 •1 8 e 145.3 IJ17-RCp. CodE LEU.EL I Process Variable Normally displayed in engineering units. To view the process variable in e 7.6 electrical units, press the key. Global Alarm Acknowledge (latch alarms only) 1.117 -RCH — alarm unacknowledged RCH Security Code — acknowledged Enter the correct code to access the setup level [Oto 9990] Level 1 Note. To select to this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. Only displayed if there is an active latch alarm.

****** Page 11 ****** 2 OPERATOR MODE… 2.3 Operating Page Totalizer (Level 1) These frames are only displayed if the totalizer function is enabled in the configuration level — see Section 4.g.g Process Variable To view the input value (in electrical units) press the key. Global Alarm Acknowledge (latch alarms only) RCH-n /P3L156 Un-RCH RCH Totalizer Value — alarm unacknowledged acknowledged When this frame is selected the current counter status is displayed (E -GO or & -5&OP). Stop/Start Reset r5&-Y — start totalizer — stop totalizer — reset totalizer do not reset totalizer •1 To reset the totalizer, select 5 & – Y then press the key. Continued on next page. Totalizer stop/go and reset from these frames can be disabled — see Section 4.3.8. A digital input can also be used to start/stop or reset the totalizer — see Section 9

****** Page 12 ****** …2 OPERATOR MODE …2.3 Operating Page Totalizer (Level 1) PrE5Ek oc:aaoc: Select Digit PrEdEk 999999 Select Digit CodE LEU.EL •2 Preset Total This is the value the batch total is set to when it is reset [000000 to 999999 flow units] Predetermined Total When the predetermined total is reached the batch total is reset (with wrap on) or stops (wrap off), depending on the wrap setting — see Section 3.2. [000000 to 999999 flow units] Security Code Enter the correct code to access the setup level. [0 to 9999] Note. To select to this frame from anywhere in this page, press the key for a few seconds. •1 •2 10 The predetermined value should be greater than the preset value when the totalizer is counting up and lower than the preset value when the totalizer is counting down. Only displayed if enabled in the configuration level — see Section 4.3.8.

****** Page 13 ****** 2 OPERATOR MODE… 2.4 Operating Page Maths Functions (Level 1) Note. It is possible to have totalizer and maths functions together. rS&-n – P IY5.3 un-RCP. Process Variable To view the input value (in electrical units) press the key. Global Alarm Acknowledge (latch alarms only) lift-RCH BCH Average Value — alarm unacknowledged — acknowledged •1 This is the mean average value of the process variable input, since the average was reset. r S & — y _ reset do not reset To reset the average value, select – Y then press the key. Continued on next page. This frame can be disabled — see Section 4.3.3. The average value is reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.4. The reset function in this frame can be disabled — see Section 4.3.3. 11

****** Page 14 ****** …2.4 …2 OPERATOR MODE Operating Page Maths Functions (Level 1) Maximum Value This is the maximum value of the process variable since the maximum was reset. rS&-Y — reset do not reset L 130.8 CodE LEU.EL I To reset the maximum value, select -Y then press the key. Minimum Value This is the minimum value of the process variable since the minimum was reset. rS&-Y — reset do not reset To reset the minimum value, select – Y then press the key. Security Code Enter the correct code to access the setup level. Level 1 Note. To select to this frame from anywhere in this page, press the key for a few seconds. This frame can be disabled — see Section 4.3.g. The Max. and Min. values are reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.4. The reset reset function in this frame can be disabled — see Section 4.g.g. 12

****** Page 15 ****** 3 SET UP MODE 3.1 Introduction To access the Setup Level (Level 2) the correct password must be entered in the security code frame (CodE) in Level I— see Fig. 3.1 . Level I — LEI-I.EL / Operating Level Security CodE x Correct Password LEU.ELP R /xx Bexx Exx PrESE& PrEdE& B x xxx H x xxx L x xxx üRdJ Level 2 Set Up Alarm Trip Point Alarm 2 Trip Point Alarm g Trip Point Batch Total Totalizer Stop/Go Secure Total/Reset Preset Batch Total Prcxdetermined Batch Total Average Value Maximum Value Minimum Value Offset Adjustment Fig. 3.1 Accessing the Setup Level (Level 2) 13

****** Page 16 ****** …3 SET UP MODE 3.2 Setup Level (Level 2) LEU.ELP 27.9 93.hP •2 Level 2 Note. To select to this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. Alarm 1 Trip Point Alarm type: R {hP = High process alarm R {LP = Low process alarm R {HL = Latched high process alarm R {LL = Latched low process alarm [In engineering units] Alarm 1 Hysteresis Value [In engineering units] Alarm 2 Trip Point Alarm type [In engineering units] Alarm 2 Hysteresis Value [In engineering units] Continued on next page. •I Not displayed if the alarm is disabled (none selected) — see Section 4.3.2. •2 Only displayed if custom alarm hysteresis is selected — see section 4.3.2

****** Page 17 ****** 3 …3.2 Setup Level (Level 2) Alarm 3 Trip Point Alarm type k-GÜ SET UP MODE… 300.3 83 HYS -3H.6 r5&-n k-5&üP [In engineering units] Alarm 3 Hysteresis Value [In engineering units] Totalizer Value — reset do not reset To reset the maximum value, select r S & – Y then press the key. Totalizer Stop/Go 1–60 & -S&OP start totalizer stop totalizer •1 •2 •3 •4 Setting to & -GO starts the totalizer counting towards the predetermined value. Setting to & – 5 & OP holds the totalizer at its present value. Continued on next page Not displayed if the alarm is disabled (none selected) — see section 4.3.2 Only displayed if custom alarm hysteresis is selected — see section 4.3.2 Only displayed if enabled in the Configuration Level — see section 4.3.3 A digital input can also be used to reset the batch total. 15

****** Page 18 ****** …3 SET UP MODE …3.2 Set Up Level (Level 2) Secure Total The secure total is independent of the batch total value. When 999999 or is reached, the total is reset and then continues counting. Total Reset rS&-Y — reset totalizer do not reset totalizer •2 PrE5Ek •2 PrEdEk 999999 To reset, select r – Y then press the [El key. Preset Batch Total This is the value the batch total is set to when it is reset. [000000 to 9999991 Predetermined Batch Total When this value is reached the batch total either resets (with wrap on) or stops (wrap off) — see Section 4.3.g. [000000 to 9999991 Continued on next page. •1 Only displayed if enabled in the Configuration Level — see Section 4.3.3. •2 The preset value must be lower than the predetermined value when counting up, and greater than the predetermined value when counting down. 16

****** Page 19 ****** SET UP MODE… …3.2 3 Set Up Level (Level 2) Average Value •2 •2 L 130.8 Ü.RdJ This is the mean average value of the process variable input since the average was reset. —reset do not reset To reset, select – Y then press the key. Maximum Value This is the maximum value of the process variable since the maximum was reset. —reset do not reset To reset, select – Y then press the key. Minimum Value This is the minimum value of the process variable since the minimum was reset. r S&-Y —reset do not reset To reset , select -Y then press the key. Offset Adjustment An offset can be applied to the process variable input to enable spot calibration or the removal of system errors. of engineering range] •1 •2 The average value is reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.4. The maximum and minimum values are reset automatically on power-up and can also be reset from a digital input — see Section 4.3.4.

****** Page 20 ****** 4 CONFIGURATION MODE 4.1 Introduction The Configuration Mode comprises two levels (3 and 4) as shown in Fig. 4.2. Configuration level 8 is divided into four frames. For most simple applications it is only necessary to set up the parameters in the first frame. Note. When in the configuration level: • All the LED indicators flash. • All relays and logic outputs are turned off. • The analog output reverts to 0% (4mA) output level. 4.2 Accessing the Configuration Mode — Fig. 4.1 To access the Configuration Mode set the security switch to the ‘Configure’ position (levels 1 and 2 cannot be accessed from this setting). When the configuration parameters are programmed, reset the security switch to the ‘Normal’ position and the Operating page is displayed automatically Normal Configure Iiiiiifii•iååi’ii’jiiijij Fig. 4.1 Accessing the Configuration Mode 18

****** Page 21 ****** 4 Level 3 LEU.EL3 CONFIGURATION MODE… Hardware Chnfiguration Alarms and Set Points Custom Operator Settings Digital Input and p Serial Comms, ;p.co d {HCO F 0000 G 0000 H 0000 p. 0000 L 0000 n 0000 0000 5 0000 & 0000 LEU.ELH HI HI HI CU&üFF PRSSrd Rddr. Fig. 4.2 Configuration Levels Level 4 Engineering Range High Engineering Range Low Retransmission Range High Retransmission Range Low Totalizer Count High Totalizer Count Cut-off Set-up Password Modbus Address 19

****** Page 22 ****** …4 CONFIGURATION MODE 4.3 Basic Hardware and Configuration (Level 3) 4.3.1 Hardware Assignment and Input Type Fig. 4.3 LEU.EL3 b /HCO d i Information. Count High Calculation Level 3 Note. To select to this frame from anywhere in this level, press the key for a few seconds. ‘ABCD’ Settings The first character (B , b , C or d) identifies the parameter to be changed. The current setting is indicated by a flashing letter. Parameter options are shown in Fig. 4.8. b c Hardware configuration Input type and range Temperature units No. of decimal points Note 1 . The temperature ranges default to their maximum values when the input type is changed. Note 2. For custom settings contact the local distributor. Continued on page 22. Convert flow rate into units/sec — units/sec actual engineering flow rate flow range time units (in seconds) Count High resultant must be >O.OOi and 0.55 (14) Fig. 5.3 Overall Dimensions 20.55 (14) 33

****** Page 36 ****** …5.2 …5 INSTALLATION Mounting — Figs. 5.3 and 5.4 I Cut a suitable hole in the panel (see Fig. 5.3) 2 Irk;ert instrument into the panel cut- out 3 Fit the retaining clamp over the instrument 4 Push the retaining clamp firmly against the panel Fig. 5.4 Mounting Details

****** Page 37 ****** EC Directive 89/336/EEC In order to meet the requirements of the EC Directive 89/336/EEC for EMC regulations, this product must not be used in a non-industrial environment. 5.3 Electrical Connections Fig. 5.5 (overleaf) Warning. Before making any connections, ensure that the power supply, any powered control circuits and high common mode voltages are switched off. Note. If it is not possible to avoid strong electrical and magnetic fields, screened cables within earthed metal conduit must be used. 5.4 Relays, Arc Suppression, Inputs and Outputs 5.4.1 Relay Contact Ratings Relay contacts are rated at: 1 15/2801/ AC at 5A (non-inductive) 250V DC 25W max. 5.4.2 Arc Suppression Arc suppression components are fitted to relays 2 and 3 only. If relay 1 is required to switch inductive loads, fit the arc suppression components supplied. 5 INSTALLATION… 5.4.3 Logic Output DC at 20mA Min load 900Q Isolated from Analog Input (not isolated from Retransmission Dielectric strength: 500V d.c. for i minute. 5.4.4 Retransmission Analog Output Max. load (7500 at 20mA) Isolated from Analog Input (not isolated from Logic O/P). Dielectric strength: 500V d.c. for 1 minute. 5.4.5 Digital Input Type: Volt-free Minimum Pulse: 250 ms 35

****** Page 38 ****** …5 INSTALLATION Analog Input (see below) É Logic Output 1 85 to 265V a.c. (18V at 20mA max.) Relay 24V Analog Output 1 Output t 2 14 Not I Isod g 15 4 5 17 6 18 7 19 N/O C Rday Output 2 N/O C 20 21 RS485 Digital Input WC 10 11 12 22 23 24 c RS485 RS485 RX t 7500 max. load N/O C N/C Relay Output g Note 1 . The Analog Output and Logic Output use a common positive terminal, capable of driving both outputs simultaneously. Note 2. Fit arc suppression components if switching inductive loads. THC millivolts and volts 3-lead RTD lead 2-lead RTD Milliamps * Milliamps 2 g RTE) + and resistance RTE) – RTD *TIOOQ 2-wire transmitter Using internal transmitter power supply Use I (K)Q shunt resistor provided with instrument Fig. 5.5 Electrical Connections 36

****** Page 39 ****** CUSTOMER SETUP LOG LEU-ELL’ R /xx C o dE Instrument Serial Number: Product Code: C 1 5 / xxxxxx p r ESE& PrEdE& R x xxx H x xxx L x xxx ÜRdJ

****** Page 40 ****** CUSTOMER CONFIGURATION LOG LEU.ELY LEU.EL3 /P.co D CLI&OFF PRSSrd Bdd,-.

****** Page 41 ****** Customer Support We provide a comprehensive after sales service via our Worldwide Service Organization. Contact one of the following offices for details on your nearest Service and Repair Centre. United Kingdom ABB Limited Tel: +44 01480 475321 Fax: +44 7948 United States of America ABB Inc. Tel: 2M 5-674-6000 Fax: 215-674-7183 Client Warranty Prior to installation, the equipment referred to in this manual must be stored in a clean, dry environment, in accordance with the Company’s published specification. Periodic checks must be made on the equipment’s condition. In the event of a failure under warranty, the following documentation must be provided as substantiation: i. A listing evidencing process operation and alarm logs at time of failure. 2. Copies of operating and maintenance records relating to the alleged faulty unit.

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