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****** Page 1 ****** ABB MEASUREMENT & ANALYTICS I COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTION I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A ControlMaster CMIO Universal process controller, 1/8 DIN Measurement made easy CMIO 35.60 47.6

****** Page 2 ****** For more information Further publications for the ControlMaster CMIO controller are available for free download from: abb.com/measurement or by scanning this code: Data sheet ControlMaster CMIO Universal process controller, % DIN User guide (basic functionality) ControlMaster CMIO, CM30 and CM50 Universal process controllers, %, % and 1/2 DIN User guide (standard functionality) ControlMaster CMIO, CM30 and CM50 Universal process controllers, %, % and 1/2 DIN Communications supplement ControlMaster CMIO, CM15, CM30, CM50, CMF160 and CMF310 Universal process controllers and indicator, %, 1k, 1/2 DIN and fieldmount Search for or click on: DS/CMIO-EN IM/CM/B-EN IM/CM/S-EN IM/CM/C-EN

****** Page 3 ****** CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN Contents 4 3 16 1 2 3 4 Health & Safety 5 6 7 8 9 Front panel keys Document symbols ….. ….. ….. ….. ………………………………. 4 Safety precautions……………………. … . .. .. Potential safety hazards 5 Electrical . .5 Safety standards ……………………………………………………. 5 EC Directive 89/336/EEC……………………… .5 End-of-life disposal ……………………………… .5 Cleaning……………………………………….. …………………………6 Symbols……………………………………………………………………6 Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) ….. …. 6 Specification 7 Installation 9 Siting ….. ….. ….. ……………………………………………… Mounting ……………………………………………………………….10 Electrical connections 12 Accessing the connection terminals …. ….. ….. ….. ….. 13 Standard analog inputs (1 and 2)…………………………. 15 Operator level menus 17 Access levels and security options 18 Security options ….. ….. ….. ……………………………………… 18 Diagnostics messages 19 Instrument menus 24

****** Page 4 ****** 4 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 1 Health & Safety Document symbols Symbols that appear in this document are explained below: ! WARNING The signal word ‘WARNING’ indicates an imminent danger. Failure to observe this information may result in death or severe injury. NOTICE The signal word ‘NOTICE’ indicates potential material damage. Note. ‘Note’ indicates useful or important information about the product. Safety precautions Be sure to read, understand and follow the instructions contained within this manual before and during use of the equipment. Failure to do so could result in bodily harm or damage to the equipment. ! WARNING Installation and maintenance of this product must only be conducted by personnel authorized to work on electrical installations and in accordance with relevant local regulations.

****** Page 5 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 5 Potential safety hazards Electrical ! WARNING To ensure safe use when operating this equipment, the following points must be observed: Up to 240 V AC may be present. Be sure to isolate the supply before removing the terminal cover. • Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the possibility of an accident occurring when operating in conditions of high pressure and/or temperature. Safety advice concerning the use of the equipment described in this manual or any relevant Material Safety Data Sheets (where applicable) can be obtained from the Company, together with servicing and spares information. Safety standards This product has been designed to satisfy the requirements of IEC61010-1:2010 3rd edition ‘Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control and Laboratory use’ and complies with US NEC 500, NIST and OSHA. EC Directive 89/336/EEC Electrical — In order to meet the requirements of the EC Directive 89/336/EEC for EMC regulations, this product must be used in an industrial environment. End-of-life disposal The controller contains a small lithium battery that must be removed and disposed of responsibly in accordance with local environmental regulations. The remainder of the controller does not contain any substance that causes undue harm to the environment and must be disposed of in accordance with the Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). It must not be disposed of in Municipal Waste Collection.

****** Page 6 ****** 6 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO …1 Health & Safety Cleaning The controller can be hosed down if it has been installed to IP66/NEMA 4X standards. Warm water and a mild detergent can be used. Symbols Symbols that appear on this product are shown below: Protective earth (ground) terminal. Both direct and alternating current supply. A This symbol, when noted on a product, indicates a potential hazard that could cause serious personal injury and/or death. The user must refer to this commissioning instruction for operation and/or safety information. This symbol, when noted on a product enclosure or barrier, indicates that a risk of electrical shock and/or electrocution exists. Only individuals qualified to work with hazardous voltages should open the enclosure or remove the barrier. Recycle separately from general waste under the WEEE directive Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) The European Union RoHS Directive and subsequent regulations introduced in member states and other countries limits the use of six hazardous substances used in the manufacturing of electrical and electronic equipment. Currently, monitoring and control instruments do not fall within the scope of the RoHS Directive, however ABB has taken the decision to adopt the recommendations in the Directive as the target for all future product design and component purchasing.

****** Page 7 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 7 2 Specification Mechanical data Protection • Front face IP66/ NEMA 4X • Rear panel IP20 Dimensions • Height -97 mm (3.8 in) • Width — 50 mm (2.0 in) • Depth behind panel — 121 mm (4.8 in) Materials of construction Glass filled polycarbonate Weight 0.38 kg (0.84 lb) Electrical Power supply ranges • 100 to 240 VAC 0/0 (90 V min. 50/60 Hz • 10 to 36 V DC (optional) Power consumption 10 W max. to 264 V max.) Inputs/Outputs Analog inputs • 1 universal • 1 process Analog outputs • 1 standard • 1 optional • Galvanically isolated from the rest of the circuitry, 500V for up to 1 minute. Range programmable source and range O to 22 mA, maximum load 750 Q @ 20 mA. Relay outputs • 1 standard • 3 optional • Fully programmable. Contacts rated at 5 A @ 240 V. Standard relays are changeover. Optional relays are selectable NO or NC by jumper.

****** Page 8 ****** 8 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO …2 Specification Digital inputs/outputs 2 optional, user programmable as input or output. Minimum input pulse duration: 125 ms Input • Volt free • 24 V DC (1 signal 15 to 30 V, O signal -3 to S V) Output • Open collector output • 30 V, 100 mA max. switched • Conforms to IEC 61131-2 Update Rate 125 ms Environmental data Ambient operating temperature O to 55 oc (32 to 131 OF) Ambient operating humidity 5 to 95 % RH non-condensing Storage temperature -20 to 70 oc (-4 to 158 OF) Approvals, certification & general safety • EN-61010-1 • clJLus • Overvoltage class Ill on mains, Class II on inputs and outputs • Pollution category 2 • Insulation category 2 Emissions and Immunity Meets the requirements of IEC 61326 for an industrial environment

****** Page 9 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 3 Installation • Locate the controller in a position where its operating temperature and humidity limits will not be exceeded and ensure that it is suitably protected from direct sunlight, rain, snow and hail. • Select a location away from strong electrical and magnetic fields. If this is not possible (particularly in applications where mobile communications equipment is used), use screened cables within flexible, earthed 9 metal conduit. Siting At eye Figurel Figure 2 level Siting 55 oc (131 OF) max. ooc (32 OF) min. Temperature limits Environmental requirements o o Humidity limits Sensor Close to the sensor IP66/NEMA4X (front panel), I P20 (rear) Avoid vibration Use screened cable

****** Page 10 ****** 10 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO …3 Installation Mounting ControlMaster CMIO is designed for panel mounting. For NEMA4X protection, a panel thickness of 2.5 mm (0.1 in) is required. Referring to Figure 3: 1 Cut a hole of the correct size for the controller in the panel. 2 Insert the controller into the panel cut-out. 50 97 (3.8) (3.6%) Figure 3 20 (0.8) (4.8) I 91.8 (3.6) 141 (5.5) 230 (1.18) 14 (0.55) Panel cut-out dimensions Mounting dimensions

****** Page 11 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN CONTROLMASTER CMIO Referring to Figure 4: REVV A D 11 1 2 3 4 5 Position one panel clamp@at the top of the case against the panel. Locate the panel clamp anchor@in slot C). Tighten the panel clamp anchor screw@until panel clamp@is lightly touching the panel Repeat steps 1 to 3 to fit the remaining panel clamp @and panel clamp anchor@ Torque tighten both panel clamp anchor screws to 0.1 (0.9 lbf•in). NOTICE Do not over-tighten the screws. 44 Figure 4 Panel clamp assembly c

****** Page 12 ****** 12 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 4 Electrical connections ! WARNING • The controller is not fitted with a switch therefore a disconnecting device such as a switch or circuit breaker conforming to local safety standards must be fitted to the final installation. It must be fitted in close proximity to the controller within easy reach of the operator and must be marked clearly as the disconnection device for the controller. A fuse must be fitted in accordance with Figure 6 on page 14. • Remove all power from the supply, relay and any powered control circuits and high common mode voltages before accessing or making any connections. • Use cable appropriate for the current loads: 3-core cable rated 3 A and 90 oc (194 OF) minimum, that conforms to either IEC 60227 or IEC 60245. The terminals accept cables from 0.8 to 2.5 (18 to 14 AWG). • The controller conforms to installation category II of IEC 61010. All connections to secondary circuits must have basic insulation. • After installation there must be no access to live parts, for example, terminals. • Terminals for external circuits are for use only with equipment with no accessible live parts. • Ifthe controller is used in a manner not specified by the company, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. • All equipment connected to the controller’s terminals must comply with local safety standards (IEC 60950, EN601010-1)

****** Page 13 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 13 NOTICE • Always route signal leads and power cables separately, preferably in earthed (grounded) metal conduit. • Use screened cable for signal inputs and relay connections. Replacement of the internal battery (type Varta CR1620 3V lithium cell) must be carried out by an approved technician only Accessing the connection terminals Referring to Figure 5, press terminal cover release catch@and pull the terminal cover@away from the controller body. Figure 5 Removing terminal cover

****** Page 14 ****** 14 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO …4 Electrical connections Rear view Standard connections —0 13 PSU Option board 1 Rear view E o —0 14 —0 15 —0 16 —0 17 —0 18 NC c NO Analog input 1 Analog input 2 Analog/digital output 1 Relay output 1 10 0— 110—2 12 0— Line Neutral 100 to 240 V AC low 10 to 36 V DC Analog output 2 Digital output + external Digital input/output 1 Digital input/output 2 Digital input/output Relay output 2 C Relay output 3 C Relay output 4 C —0 19 —0 20 —0 21 —0 22 —0 23 —0 24 —0 25 —0 26 —0 27 —C) 28 —0 29 —C) 30 Refer to the Communications Supplement (IM/CM /C- EN) for MODBUS connection details N/O or A/C contact selection is made via internal jumper links. N/O is the factory default setting. 200 mA type T fuse (mains AC) or 2 A type T fuse (120 V DC max.) and external isolating switch. For UL-marked controllers the fuse must be UL recognized. Provides 24 V digital output (observe + and — connections). Figure6 Electrical connections Option board IA * —0 25 Relay output 2 C —0 26

****** Page 15 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO Standard analog inputs (1 and 2) 15 THC 1 2 Analog input 1 3 40 Analog input 2 digital input 5 Transmitter PSU Using internal transmitter power supply. 3-lead RTD 3rd lead RTD- 2-lead RTD + resistance RTD- RTD- digital input -4- Milliamps* Milliamps* Tx CJ sensor Fit the CJ sensor supplied if analog input 1 or 2 are THC inputs. Alternatively, it is possible to use an external fixed cold (reference) junction if the controller is programmed for use with millivolt inputs and the appropriate thermocouple linearizer is selected. Analog input 2 can be used with THC inputs only if analog input 1 is also used as a THC input. Far mA input types, to ensure loop continuity when the controller is switched off, fit a 2V7 Zener diode as shown. Note. 3-lead R TD leads must have equal resistance, not exceeding 20 Q each.

****** Page 16 ****** 16 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 5 Front panel keys Operation is performed using the keys on the front panel. These enable local navigation and selection of software options on all displays, acknowledgment of alarms and error messages, monitoring and access to all menus. All diagnostics messages are displayed within the Diagnostics View. Prompts associated with active keys are displayed on each screen. Diagnostic and display icon descriptions are included in this document. Key functions for the controller overlay are described below: B c Navigation key (left)/operator level access key. Up/Down keys — navigate up/down menu items and increase/decrease displayed values. Navigation key (right)/programmable soft key. Note. When a soft key option is assigned to key O, the Advanced Level (see page 18) must be accessed using key@. Operator level menus

****** Page 17 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 17 ControlMaster 27.589 deg C 12.257 Autotune Operator level menus are used to adjust setpoint(s) and output(s), select setpoints, select the view and to enter Basic and Advanced modes (via the Access Level). To access Operator Level menus: 1 From the Operator Page, press to view the available menus. and (FD keys to scroll through the menus and menu options. 2 use the 3 Press to expand menu levels and to select menu options or press to return to the previous menu. djust etpoint Select Autotune Adjust Setpoint Select Alarm Acknowledge View Select Enter Advanced Level Used to start or stop an Autotune routine. This menu is enabled only if Autotune mode is On. Enables a value to be adjusted using the and RYD keys. The icon next to a value indicates the current adjustable selection. Selects the local setpoint to be used (displayed only if more than 1 local setpoint is configured). Acknowledges any active but unacknowledged alarms. Selects the Operator view to be displayed. Displays the Access Level selection views.

****** Page 18 ****** 18 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 6 Access levels and security options Access Level Logout Read Only Basic Advanced Service Logout Read Only Basic Advanced Service parameters in read only mode and to logout (return to operator view mode). To view Access Level menus: 1 From the operator view mode, press OR press to display the available operator menus and use the C-ö and keys to scroll to Enter Config. Mode, then press V. The Access Level menu is displayed. 2 use the and keys to scroll to the required/permitted level of access (basic or advanced), then press . Displayed after basic or advanced level are accessed. Logs the user out of basic or advanced level. If passwords are set, a password must be entered to access the levels again after selecting log out. Enables all parameter settings to be viewed. Enables access to the basic level and adjustment of totalizer count settings and alarm trip points. Enables configuration access to all parameters. Reserved for use by authorized personnel. Security options Passwords can be set to enable secure end-user access at 2 levels: Basic and Advanced. The Service level is password protected and reserved for factory use only. Passwords are set, changed or restored to their default settings at the device setup/security setup parameter.

****** Page 19 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 19 7 Diagnostics messages The controller is programmed to display diagnostics messages that provide information on servicing requirements and any other conditions that develop during operation. ControlMaster 99.5 deg C 175.0 32.5% ml PVI Failed When a diagnostics condition is detected, the associated NAMUR Icon, together with the highest priority diagnostics message are displayed in the status bar when in operator view. A list of all currently active diagnostic alarm states are displayed in the diagnostic view. PV 1 Failed NAMUR (NE107) status icon Description of diagnostic or alarm tag. The highest priority diagnostic or alarm is displayed. Other active diagnostic/ alarm states can be viewed on the Diagnostic View — see below. A Failure Maintenance Out of spec Check function High process alarm Law process alarm High latch alarm High latch alarm Alarm icon Diagnostic description/alarm tag ControlMaster -gh emp • : PVI Foiled @ : High Temp

****** Page 20 ****** 20 …7 Icon I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO Diagnostics messages Number/ Message 242.004 ADC 1 Failed 250.000 PV 1 Failed 246.002 RSP 1 Failed 222.014 CJ 1 Failed 230.010 WV 1 Failed Possible cause Temporary or permanent failure of analog to digital converter on the main 1/0 board. Problem with input assigned to Loop 1 PV. Broken sensor leads, defective input source or input signal out of permitted range. Problem with Input assigned to Loop 1 Remote Setpoint. Broken sensor leads, defective input source or input signal out of permitted range. Error in Cold junction measurement associated with AINI. Wiring fault or defective sensor. Problem with input assigned to Loop 1 wild variable. Broken sensor leads, defective input source or input signal out of permitted range. Suggested action Cycle power to control ler. If problem persists replace main 1/0 board. Contact local service organization. Check wiring. Check input source. Check if input signal is outside permitted limits. Check wiring. Check input source. Check if input signal is outside permitted limits. Check cold junction device is correctly fitted. Ensure I/P 2 is turned off. Replace CJ sensor. Check wiring. Check input source. Check if input signal is outside permitted limits.

****** Page 21 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 21 Icon Number/ Message 234.008 PFB 1 Failed 216.016 NV Error Proc Bd 214.017 NV Error Main Bd 212.018 NV Error Opt Bd 1 208.020 NV Error Comm Bd Possible cause Problem with input assigned to Loop 1 position feedback. Broken sensor leads, defective input source or input signal out of permitted range. Failure of non-volatile memory on processor/ display board or permanent corruption of its data. Failure of non-volatile memory on main board or permanent corruption of its data. Failure of non-volatile memory on option board 1 or permanent corruption of its data. Failure of non-volatile memory on communications board or permanent corruption of its data. Suggested action Check wiring. Check input source. Check if input signal is outside permitted limits. Check all configuration parameters and correct any errors. Acknowledge error. If problem persists contact local service organization. Check calibration of AINI, AIN2 and AOI. Recalibrate if necessary. Acknowledge error. If problem persists contact local service organization. Recalibrate If necessary. Acknowledge error. If problem persists contact local service organization. Acknowledge error. Check communications board is correctly identified by controller. If problem persists contact local service organization.

****** Page 22 ****** 22 …7 Icon I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO Diagnostics messages Number/ Message Config Error 054.044 Tune Lpl Fail 070.040 Tuner 1 Abort 086.036 Oscillation 1 094.034 Valve 1 Sticking Possible cause The configuration contains a source that is no longer present or valid. Autotune has failed to complete its sequence or has calculated values outside of its permitted range. Autotune has been aborted by the user. Abnormal oscillations in the control loop. Motorized valve travel time is significantly slower than configured time. Suggested action Check invalid sources in Diagnostics menu. Check configuration, check 1/0 required for configuration is present and correct any illegal use of the invalid signal by changing configuration or fitting additional option cards. Check process response. Consider changing the Autotune dynamic setting. Ensure process is stable and repeat autotune. If problem persists tune the loop manually. Check process. Perform new manual or Autotune. Check valve to identify reason for sticking. Check correct travel time is entered in configuration.

****** Page 23 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 23 Icon V Number/ Message 168.026 (166.027) (164.028) Tuner 1 Phase 1..3 162.029 (154.033) Tuner 1 Pass 178.025 In Configuration Possible cause Autotune is in progress. Autotune has completed successfully and calculated new control parameters. The device is currently in the configuration mode. Suggested action Autotune can be aborted if required by selecting Manual control mode. Acknowledge diagnostic. This is far use with remote access via digital communications.

****** Page 24 ****** 24 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 8 Instrument menus Basic level Menu Basic Setup Advanced level Menu Exit Device Setup Select Menu Display 88888 88888 Select Exit Loop 1 Setpoints Local Setpoint RSP Ratio RSP Bias Ramp Mode Ramp Rate Loo 1 Control 1 Select (4) Exit Language dn/0ff I-ly steresis Mode Autotune PID Loop 1 Time Prop Cycle Time 1 Cycle Time 2 Alarm 1 (8) Trip Initial Setup App. Template Loop 1 Output Tre Loop 1 Split 0/ Instrument Tag Mains Freq. Config Action Reset to Defaults Security Setup Basic Password Advanced Password Reset Passwords Operator Templates Page 1 (4) Template Operator Functions Autoscroll Soft Key Function Auto Manual Enable Local Remote Enable Alarm Ack. Enable SP Adjust Enable Settings Brightness Note. When in Advanced Level (configuration) mode, press and hold the S) key to return to the standard Operator page

****** Page 25 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO 25 Menu Input/Output Menu Exit Control Continued overleaf Exit Analog Inputs Select Select Analog Input 1 (2) Analog Outputs Analog Output 1 Digital 1/0 Digital 10 1 (2) Relays Relay 1 (4) Loop 1 Setpoints Low Limit High Limit No. of Local SP’s Local Setpoint 1 Track Mode RSP Ratio RSP Bias RSP Fault Action Default Setpoint Ramp Mode Ramp Rate Select Sources Loop 1 Control Control Type Control Action On/0ff Hysteresis Autotune PID Loop 1 Output Limits Failure Actions AIM Select Sources Slew Rate Loop 1 split O/P Min Input 1 Min OP 1 Max Input 1 Max OP 1 Min Input 2 Min OP 2 Max Input 2 Max OP 2 Loop 1 Time Prop Cycle Time 1 Cycle Time 2

****** Page 26 ****** 26 I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO …8 Instrument menus …Advanced level M enu Process Alarm M enu Communications Exit Select Menu Exit Diagnostics 12 Select Exit Alarm 1 (8) T pe ag Source Hysteresis Time Hysteresis Display Enable Acknowledge Source Enable Source Select Refer to the Communications Supplement (IM/CM/C-EN) for Communication parameter details. Diagnostic History Source Analysis Analog Source Digital Source Invalid Sources Note. When in Advanced Level (configuration) mode, press and hold the S) key to return to the standard Operator page

****** Page 27 ****** I UNIVERSAL PROCESS CONTROLLER, DIN I CI/CMIO-EN REV. A CONTROLMASTER CMIO Menu Device Exit S) Info Select Instrument Type 1/0 Build No. Analog Inputs No. Analog Outputs No. Relays No. Digital 1/0 Functionality Serial No. Hardware Revision Software Revision Sales 27 Software Service iik

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