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SIPART PS2
6DR50xx
6DR51xx
6DR52xx
6DR53xx
Edition 10/2006
Manual
Electropneumatic Positioner for
Linear and Part-Turn Actuators
SIPART PS2 Manual
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Summary of Contents

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    SIPART PS2 6DR50xx 6DR51xx 6DR52xx 6DR53xx Edition 10/2006 Manual Electropneumatic Positioner for Linear and Part-Turn Actuators SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074630--06...

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    D--76181 Karlsruhe Trademarks SIMATIC, SIPART, SIREC, SITRANS are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. Third parties using for their own purposes any other names in this document which refer to trade- marks might infringe upon the rights of the trademark owners.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Information for the Operator General information Classification of Safety Related Notices Qualified Personnel Use as intended Technical Documentation Warranty Information Delivery Notes Standards and Regulations Introduction ............General information about the positioner Design and Method of Operation Overview...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    3.3.5 Mounting kit “part-turn actuator” 6DR4004-8D 3.3.6 Assembly procedure (see figure 3-8 and figure 3-9) Electrical Connection 3.4.1 Connection in non-intrinsically safe and explosion proof version 3.4.2 Connection in intrinsically safe version 3.4.3 Connection in type of protection “n” version Pneumatic Connection Commissioning 3.6.1...

  • Page 5: Information For The Operator, General Information

    Information for the Operator Dear customer, Please read this manual before starting work! It contains important information and data which, when observed, ensure full availability of the equipment and save service costs. This simplifies handling of this control instrument considerably and provides accurate measuring results.

  • Page 6: Classification Of Safety Related Notices, A5e00074630, A5e00074630

    Siemens office or the office responsible for you. Functionality, commissioning and operation are described in this manual.

  • Page 7: Qualified Personnel

    CAUTION used with the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous si- tuation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage. NOTICE indicates a potential situation which, if not avoided, may result in an undesirable result or state.

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    WARNING The instrument must only be installed and commissioned by qualified personnel. The device may be used solely for the purposes described in this manual. The instrument is designed for connection to functional and safety extra low voltage. Electrical safety depends only on the power supply equipment. Pneumatic actuators exert considerable positioning forces.

  • Page 9: Use As Intended, Technical Documentation, Warranty Information

    We should like to point out that the content of this manual is not part of and does not modify a previous or current agreement, undertaking or legal relationship. Siemens is bound solely by the contract of sale, which also contains the complete and exclusive warranty. The con- tractual warranty conditions are neither extended nor restricted by this document.

  • Page 10: Delivery Notes, Standards And Regulations

    Delivery Notes The scope of delivery is listed on the dispatch papers accompanying the delivery in accordance with the valid contract of sale. When you open the packaging please observe the information on the packaging. Check that the delivery is complete and undamaged. If possible, compare the order number on the rating plates with the or- dering data.

  • Page 11: Introduction, General Information About The Positioner

    Introduction General information about the positioner The positioner is used to adjust and control pneumatic actuators. The controller operates electropneumatically with compressed air as an energy supply. Purpose For example, the positioner can be used to control valves as follows: with linear actuator (figure 1-1, page 13) or with part-turn actuator VDI/VDE 3845 (figure 1-2, page 13) Different mounting types are available for linear actuators:...

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    Degree of The device is designed with IP66/NEMA4x degree of protection. protection Explosion The intrinsically safe version can be used in hazardous areas in zone 1 Protection or zone 2. The explosion proof version can be used in hazardous areas in zone 1 or zone 2.

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    Actuator Positioner, single-acting in metal housing Lantern Manometer block, single-acting Valve Figure 1-1 Positioner mounted on linear actuator (single-acting) Figure 1-2 Positioner mounted on part-turn actuator (double-acting) SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Positioner double-acting in plastic housing Part-turn actuator Manometer block, double-acting Introduction...

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    Actuator Positioner, single-acting in explosion proof housing Lantern Manometer block, single-acting Figure 1-3 Explosion proof version of the positioner mounted on linear actuator (single Positioner double-acting in explosion proof housing Part-turn actuator Manometer block, double-acting Figure 1-4 Explosion proof version of the positioner mounted on part-turn actuator (double- Table 1-1 -acting acting...

  • Page 15: Design And Method Of Operation, Overview

    Design and Method of Operation The following chapter describes the mechanical and electrical design, the instrument components and method of operation of the positioner. Overview Introduction The electropneumatic positioner forms a control system in connection with an actuator. The current position of the actuator is detected by a servo potentiometer and fed back as actual value x.

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    spond even when the power supply fails or the electronics are defec- tive. The actuator can also be blocked or driven to its final positions depend- ing on the configuration for example by an external event via a digital input (DI2) on the alarm module. If you require electrically independent limit value messages from the standard controller, you will have to use the SIA module with the slot initiators instead of the alarm module.

  • Page 17: Design Name Plate, Instrument Components

    Name plate design Order number Manufacturer Product name Technical data Figure 2-1 Design name plate, example with protection class EEx ia/ib Instrument Components 3/4 W Input: Supply air Output: Actuating pressure Y1 Display Output: Actuating pressure Y2 Operating keys Restrictor Restrictor Y1 Restrictor Y2 in double-acting actuators...

  • Page 18: Motherboard, Electrical Connections

    -- -- Input: Supply air Output: Actuating pressure Y1 Display Output: Actuating pressure Y2 Operating keys Restrictor Y1 Restrictor Y2 in double-acting actuators Figure 2-3 View of the explosion proof version of the positioner 2.3.1 Motherboard The motherboard contains all the electronic elements such as the CPU, memory, A/D converter.

  • Page 19: Pneumatic Connections

    2.3.3 Pneumatic Connections The pneumatic connections are on the right hand side of the positioner (figure 2-4 and figure 2-5). Actuating pressure Y1 in single- and double-acting actuators Feedback shaft Supply air P Actuating pressure Y2 in double-acting actuators Exhaust air output E with silencer on the bottom of the instrument Figure 2-4 Pneumatic connection in normal version Restrictor Y2 *)

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    Design and Functional Principle The exhaust air output E can be provided for supplying dry instrument air to the tapping chamber and spring chamber to prevent corrosion. Figure 2-6, page 21 shows the pneumatic connection variants for the different actuator types, the positioning action and the safety position after power failure.

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    Positioning Actuator type pressure electrical Connection Closed Open Closed Open Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed Closed Open Down down down down Down down Figure 2-6 Pneumatic connection positioning SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Safety position after power failure pneumatic Closed Open Last position (before power...

  • Page 22: Mounting Kit, Purge Air Switching (not In The Explosion Proof Version), Restrictors

    2.3.4 Mounting Kit The positioner can be mounted on almost all actuators with the ap- propriate mounting kit. 2.3.5 Purge air switching (not in the explosion proof version) The purge air switch is accessible above the pneumatic terminal strip with the housing open (figure 2-7). In the IN position the inside of the housing is purged with very small amounts of clean, dry instrument air.

  • Page 23: Method Of Operation

    Method of Operation The electropneumatic positioner SIPART PS2 forms a control circuit with the pneumatic actuator in which the actual value x is the position of the actuator bar in linear actuators or the position of the actuator shaft in part-turn actuators and the command variable w is the actuating current of a controller or a manual control station of 4 to 20 mA.

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    Figure 2-10, page 25 shows the block diagrams for single- and double- acting actuators with the linear actuator as an example. NOTE The exhaust air valve is always open when there is no current. Figure 2-9 Method of operation five-point switch SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

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    HART +24 V +5 V Micro- controller 1 Motherboard with microcontroller and input circuit 2 Control panel with LC-display and momentary action switch 3 Piezo-valve unit, always built-in 4 Valve unit with double-acting positioner always built-in 5 Iy-module for positioner SIPART PS2 6 Alarm module for three alarm outputs and one digital input 7 SIA-module (Slot Initiator-Alarm-module) 8 Spring-loaded pneumatic actuator (single-acting)

  • Page 26: Hart-function, State As Supplied

    HART-function Function The positioner is also available with built-in HART-functions. The HART protocol allows you to communicate with your instrument with a hand- held communicatorR, PC or programming unit. This enables you to configure your instrument comfortably, save configurations, call diag- nostic data, display online measured values and much more.

  • Page 27: Installation Of Options Modules, Installation Of Options Modules In Normal And Intrinsically Safe Versions

    Installation of options modules 2.7.1 Installation of options modules in normal and intrinsically safe versions The following option modules are available for the positioner in the standard and the intrinsically safe version: -- l -- Alarm module -- SIA-module -- Mechanical limit switch module -- EMC filter module The installation of the options modules is described below: Installation...

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    Module cover Fixing screws Motherboard Fixing screws -module with ribbon cable (6) Alarm module with ribbon cable (5) Ribbon cable for alarm module Ribbon cable for Iy-module Figure 2-11 Installation of Options Modules SIA-module and mechanical limit switch module Special screw Actuating disc for A1 (terminals 41 and 42) Actuating disc for A2 (terminals 51 and 52) Adjusting wheel for friction clutch...

  • Page 29: Installation Of Options Modules In Explosion Proof Version

    2.7.2 Installation of options modules in explosion proof version The following option modules are available for the positioner in the ex- plosion-proof version: -- Alarm module Installation The options modules are protected and mechanically fixed by a module cover ((1), see figure 2-12, page 31). NOTE The housing must be opened to install the options modules.

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    Design and Functional Principle NOTE To prevent premature wearing of the fixture by the self-tapping screw (1.1) next to the display, the following method of mounting the module cover (1) has proven effective. 1. Turn the screws counterclockwise until you feel them snap into the thread.

  • Page 31: Iy-module

    Module cover Fixing screws PA module module with ribbon cable Alarm module with ribbon cable Ribbon cable for alarm module Ribbon cable for I module Figure 2-12 Installation of the options modules in the explosion proof version 2.7.3 Iy-module Function With the I as a two wire signal I standard controller.

  • Page 32: Alarm Module

    Installation Insert the I use the 6-pin flat ribbon cable (6) provided to connect it to the motherboard (see figure 2-11, page 28). 2.7.4 Alarm module The alarm module contains 3 digital outputs and 1 digital input Function The digital outputs serve to output fault messages and alarms. The configuration is described in chapter 4.4, page 95, with the para- meters 44 to 54.

  • Page 33: Sia Module

    2.7.5 SIA module The SIA module contains: one binary output two binary outputs Function A collected fault message (see alarme module) is output via the binary output. The floating digital output is implemented as a self error report- ing semiconductor output. The two binary outputs are used to report two mechanically adjustable limit values (L1, L2) via slot initiators.

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    Make all the electrical connections between the motherboard and the options with the ribbon cables provided and between the mo- therboard and potentiometers with the potentiometer cable. 10. Fix the enclosed module cover instead of the standard version with the two screws (1.1). 11.

  • Page 35: Mechanical Limit Switch Module

    2.7.6 Mechanical limit switch module The mechanical limit switch module contains the following: A binary output for the output of a group error message) Two switches for signaling two limit values that can be set mechani- cally. These two switches are electrically independent from the rest of the electronic system.

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    Follow the instructions below for installation: Remove all electrical connections on the motherboard (2). Loosen carefully both fixing screws (2.1) for the motherboard. Insert the limit switch module (7) from above until it reaches the upper printed circuit board rail of the container. Insert the mechanical limit switch module (7) from above until it reaches the upper circuit board rail of the rack.

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    NOTE Before connecting up the limit contact module, ensure that: only qualified personnel connect and set the limit contact module. all cables are de-energized. the cables are stripped so that the insulation is flush with the termi- nal when plugging in the wires. the ends of stranded wires have sleeves.

  • Page 38: Emc Filter Module

    Setting the two limit values: Drive the actuator to the first desired mechanical position. Adjust the top actuating disc (7.2) by hand until the output signal on terminals 41 and 42 changes. Drive the actuator to the second desired mechanical position. Adjust the bottom actuating disc (7.3) by hand until the output sig- nal on terminals 51 and 52 changes.

  • Page 39: Accessories

    2.7.8 Accessories Figure 2-14 Manometer block (left for single-acting, right for double-acting actuators) Manometer block The manometer block for single-acting actuator contains two mano- meters which are screwed to the lateral pneumatic connection of the positioner with O-rings. The values for the input pressure (supply air PZ) and output pressure (actuating pressure Y1) are displayed.

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    Design and Functional Principle Table 2-1 Scopetuator” SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

  • Page 41: Preparing For Operation, Instrument Identification (type Key), Dimensional Drawings

    Preparing for Operation This chapter describes all the preparations necessary for operating the positioner. Instrument identification (type key) The order number of the positioner is printed on the rating plate and on the packaging. Compare this with the order number in chapter 7.1, page 154.

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    G 1/4 or 1/4” NPT Figure 3-2 Dimensional drawing terminal strip for plastic housing 50 x 4 x M6 M8, 9 deep 38.5 88.5 Figure 3-3 Dimensional drawing version metal housing 6DR5xx1 79.5 20.5 2xM6 29.5 58.75 Thread depth 5.5 9 deep All air connections G 1/4 or 1/4”...

  • Page 43: Assembly

    M8, 14 deep (4x) M6, 11 deep (4x) 129.5 235,3 ∅ 8 h9 Figure 3-4 Dimensional drawing for positioner with metal housing in explosion proof version 6DR5xx5 Assembly General WARNING To avoid injury or mechanical damage to the positioner/mounting kit, the following order must be observed for assembly: 1.

  • Page 44: Instructions For Using Positioners In A Wet Environment

    NOTE The positioner will be equipped at the factory and delivered complete with the necessary options at the customer’s request. Options modules may only be retrofitted by our service technicians. The positioner must be assembled – especially in a moist environment –...

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    Figure 3-5 Favorable and unfavorable installation positions If conditions oblige you to operate the positioner in a unfavorable installation position, you can take additional precautionary measures to prevent penetration by water. NOTE Never clean the positioner with a high pressure water jet because the IP66 degree of protection is inadequate protection for this.

  • Page 46: Instructions For Using Positioners Which Are Exposed To Strong Accelerations Or Vibrations

    Assembly of the screw-type gland with plastic hose Unscrew the sinter bronze silencer from the exhaust air opening on the underside of the housing. Screw the screw-type gland mentioned above into the exhaust air opening. Mount the above mentioned plastic hose on the screw-type gland and check the good fit.

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    Procedure After you have installed the positioner and put it fully into operation, you can set the torque for the friction clutch as follows: On the module cover, insert an ordinary 4 mm wide screwdriver into a slot on the yellow wheel. Now use the screwdriver to move the yellow wheel to the left, until you can feel that it clicks in.

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    External position Applications in which the measures described above are inadequate displacement are also conceivable. This applies for instance with continuous and sensor heavy vibration, increased or too low ambient temperatures and in the case of nuclear radiation. The separate attachment of position displacement sensor and controller unit can help here.

  • Page 49: Mounting Kit "linear Actuator" 6dr4004-8v And 6dr4004-8l

    3.3.3 Mounting kit “linear actuator” 6DR4004-8V and 6DR4004-8L The scope of delivery of the mounting kit “linear actuator IEC 534 (3 mm to 35 mm)” are contained (ser. no. see figure 3-7, page 51): Ser. no. pieces Designation NAMUR mounting kit bracket IEC 534 Pick-up bracket Clamping assembly...

  • Page 50: Assembly Procedure (see Figure 3-7, Page 51)

    3.3.4 Assembly procedure (see figure 3-7, page 51) Mount clamping assembly (3) with hexagon socket cap screws (17) and lock washer (16) on the actuator spindle. Insert the pick-up bracket (2) into the recesses of the clamping assembly. Set the necessary length and tighten the screws so that the pick-up bracket can still be shifted.

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    Without explosion-proof version: Explosion-proof version: Figure 3-7 Assembly procedure (linear actuator) SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Preparing for Operation...

  • Page 52: Mounting Kit "part-turn Actuator" 6dr4004-8d

    Figure 3-7 Assembly procedure (linear actuator) continued 3.3.5 Mounting kit “part-turn actuator” 6DR4004-8D The scope of delivery of the mounting kit “part-turn actuator” contains (ser. no. see figures 3-8 and 3-9): Ser. no. Pieces Designation Coupling wheel Carrier Multiple plate Scales Pointer mark Hexagon head screw...

  • Page 53: Assembly Procedure (see Figure 3-8 And Figure 3-9)

    3.3.6 Assembly procedure (see figure 3-8 and figure 3-9) Attach VDI/VDE 3845 mounting console ((9), actuator-specific, scope of delivery actuator manufacturer) onto rear of positioner and secure using hexagon head screws (14) and lock washers (15). Adhere pointer (4.2) onto mounting console in the center of the centering hole.

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    Preparing for Operation 0%20 40 60 80 100% Figure 3-8 Assembly procedure (part-turn actuator) SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

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    Figure 3-9 Assembly procedure for explosion proof version (part-turn actuator) SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Preparing for Operation 0%20 40 60 80 100%...

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    CUT A -- B positioner 14, 15 part-turn actuator 16, 17 10 Coupling wheel Carrier Multiple plate Scale Pointer mark VDI/VDE 3845-mounting bracket Figure 3-10 Mounted positioner for part-turn actuator 14, 15 G 1/4 Feedback shaft Hexagon head screw M6 x 12 Lock washer S6 Fillister head screw M6 x 12 Washer...

  • Page 57: Electrical Connection

    fastening level Befestigungsebene Stellungsregler positioner +0,1 Schwenkantrieb part-turn actuator F05-Lkr.- Figure 3-11 Attachment of part-turn actuator, mounting console (scope of delivery actuator manufacturer), dimensions Electrical Connection NOTE Any necessary options modules must be installed before electrical connection (see chapter 2.7, page 27). N.B.: The transmission ratio selector can only be set when the positioner is open.

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    WARNING If the intrinsically safe version is operated with a higher operating vol- tage by mistake, the positioner must no longer be used for intrinsically safe application. The explosion-proof positioner may only be supplied with electrical power in areas in which the atmosphere may be potentially explosive when the housing is closed.

  • Page 59: Connection In Non-intrinsically Safe And Explosion Proof Version

    NOTE Use standard M20 x 1.5 cable gland nuts to ensure leakage (IP-protec- tion of the housing) and for the necessary tensile strength use only cables with a cable diameter ≥ 8 mm, or for smaller diameters use a suitable sealing insert. For the NPT version, the positioner will be delivered with an adapter.

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    4 to 20 mA Figure 3-14 Two-wire connection 18 to 30 V 0/4 to 20 mA Figure 3-15 Three-/four-wire connection Positioner Digital input 1 Only for: HART Communicator 6DR52x5-xExxx Positioner Digital input 1 HART Communicator Only for: 6DR52x5-xExxx *) only for three-wire connection 6DR53x0-xNxxx 6DR52x5-xExxx 6DR53x5-xExxx...

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    Current output ≤ 35 V Figure 3-16 module 6DR4004-8J, not Ex Digital inputs and outputs +13 V ≤ 30 V +4,5 V 35 V 35 V 35 V Figure 3-17 Alarm module 6DR4004-8A, not Ex SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 module: 6DR4004-8J Alarm module 6DR4004-8A...

  • Page 62: Connection In Intrinsically Safe Version

    SIA module <35 V 8.2 V 8.2 V Figure 3-18 SIA module 6DR4004-8G, not Ex Mechnical limit switch module <35 V max. AC 250 V DC 24 V  AC/DC 4 A max. AC 250 V DC 24 V AC/DC 4 A ...

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    Standard controller Non-hazardous Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2 area 4 to 20 mA Intrinsically safe power source Figure 3-20 Two-wire connection, EEx i Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2 Non-hazardous area 4 to 20 mA Intrinsically safe power source Figure 3-21 Two-wire connection, EEx i...

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    Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2 Non-hazardous area 18 to 30 V 4 to 20 mA Intrinsically safe power source Figure 3-22 Three-/four-wire connection, EEx i Positioner Digital input 1 HART Communicator *) Only for three-wire connection 6DR5210-xExxx 6DR5220-xExxx 6DR5211-xExxx SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

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    Split-range Non-hazardous area Power supply +18 to 30 V +0/4 to 20 mA total setting range Iy Figure 3-23 Series circuit of two positioners, e.g. split range (separate power supply), EEx i SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2 Digital input 1 Digital input 1 Preparing for Operation...

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    Current output Non-hazardous area ≤30 V Intrinsically safe power source Figure 3-24 -module 6DR4004-6J, EEx i Digital inputs and outputs Non-hazardous area Intrinsically safe switching amplifier to DIN EN 60947-5-6 Figure 3-25 Alarm module 6DR4004-6A, EEx i Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2 module 6DR4004-6J Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2...

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    SIA module Non-hazardous area Intrinsically safe Switching ampli- fier to DIN EN 60947-5-6 Figure 3-26 SIA module 6DR4004-6G, EEx i Mechnical limit switch module Non-hazardous area Intrinsically safe Switching ampli- fier to DIN EN 60947-5-6 Figure 3-27 Mechnical limit switch module 6DR4004-8K, EEx i SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2...

  • Page 68: Connection In Type Of Protection "n" Version

    3.4.3 Connection in type of protection “n” version Standard controller Non-hazardous area 4 to 20 mA Figure 3-28 Two-wire connection, EEx n Hazardous area zone 2 Non-hazardous area 4 to 20 mA Figure 3-29 Two-wire connection, EEx n Hazardous area zone 2 Positioner Digital input 1 Positioner...

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    Non-hazardous area 18 to 30 V 0/4 to 20 mA Figure 3-30 Three-/Four-wire connection, EEx n Current output Non-hazardous area ≤30 V Figure 3-31 -module 6DR4004-6J, EEx n SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Hazardous area zone 2 Positioner HAR Communicator *) Only for three-wire connection Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2 module 6DR4004-6J...

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    Digital inputs and outputs Non-hazardous area Figure 3-32 Alarm module 6DR4004-6A, EEx n SIA module Non-hazardous area Figure 3-33 SIA module 6DR4004-6G, EEx n Hazardous area zone 2 Alarm module 6DR4004-6A +3 V 8.2 V 8.2 V 8.2 V Hazardous area zone 2 SIA module 6DR4004-6G 8.2 V...

  • Page 71: Pneumatic Connection

    Pneumatic Connection WARNING For reasons of safety, the pneumatic power may only be supplied after assembly when the positioner is switched to operating level P manual operation with electrical signal applied (as-delivered state, see figure 4-4, page 92). NOTE Note the air quality! Oil-free industrial air, solid content < 30 μm, pressure dew point 20 K below the lowest ambient temperature (chapter 7 “Techni- cal Data”, page 153).

  • Page 72: Commissioning

    Commissioning Once the positioner has been fitted to a pneumatic actuator, it must be provided with electrical and pneumatic auxiliary power. Then you can then adapt the position controller to the respective actua- tor by parameterizing and initializing it. Mode” operating mode (which can also if necessary be attained by “PRST”) -- “NOINI”...

  • Page 73: Preparations For Linear Actuators

    3.6.1 Preparations for linear actuators Assemble the positioner with the appropriate mounting kit (see chapter 3.3.3, page 39). NOTE Particularly important is the position of the transmission ratio selec- tor (8, figure 2-2, page 17) in the positioner: Stroke 5 to 20 mm 25 to 35 mm 40 to 130 mm Push the carrier pin (4, figure 3-7 (page 51) 2) onto the lever...

  • Page 74: Automatic Initialization Of Linear Actuator

    NOTICE for the explosion-proof version: Only adjust the outer friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-12, page 31). The internal friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-11 page 28) is fixed and, for the explosion- proof version, must not be adjusted. 3.6.2 Automatic initialization of linear actuator If you can move the actuator correctly, leave it standing in a central position and start automatic initialization: Press the operation mode key...

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    Start initialization by pressing the key Display: During the initialization phase “RUN1” to “RUN5” appear one after another in the bottom display (see also structograms figure 3-35, page 83 to figure 3-38, page 86). NOTE The initialization process may last up to 15 minutes depending on the actuator.

  • Page 76: Manual Initialization Of Linear Actuator

    3.6.3 Manual initialization of linear actuator The positioner can be initialized with this function without the actuator being driven hard against the limit stop. The start and end positions of the travel are set manually. The other initialization steps (optimization of the control parameters) run automatically as in automatic initializa- tion.

  • Page 77

    Switch on to the following display mode key twice: Start initialization by pressing the increment key than 5 s. Display: After 5 s the display changes to: (The display of the potentiometer setting is shown here and below as an example only). Now move the actuator to the position which you want to define as the first of the two end positions with the increment ment...

  • Page 78

    If step 7 was successful, the following display appears: Now move the actuator to the position which you want to define as the second end position with the increment ment the current position as end position 2. NOTE If the message “RANGE” appears in the bottom line, the selected end position is outside the permissible measuring range.

  • Page 79: Preparations For Part-turn Actuator, Automatic Initialization Of Part-turn Actuator

    3.6.4 Preparations for part-turn actuator NOTE Very important: Switch the transmission ratio selector in the positioner (8, figure 2-2, page 17) to position 90° (normal angle for part-turn actuator). Mount the positioner with the appropriate mounting kit (see chapter 3.3.5, page 52). Connect the actuator and the positioner with the pneumatic lines and supply pneumatic power to the positioner (figure 2-4 and 2-5, page 19).

  • Page 80

    Set the parameter with the Display: Switch to the second parameter by pressing the operation mode Display: Switch on to the following display with the operation mode key Start initialization by pressing the key Display: During the initialization phase “RUN1” to “RUN5” appear one after another in the bottom display (see also structograms in figure 3-35, page 83 to figure 3-38, page 86).

  • Page 81: Manual Initialization Of Part-turn Actuators

    To exit the Configuration mode, press the operation mode key longer than 5 s. The software version is displayed after about 5 s. The instrument is in manual operation after releasing the operation mode key. NOTE You can abort an ongoing initialization at any time by pressing the ope- ration mode key.

  • Page 82: Automatic Initialization (structograms)

    NOTE Make sure that the transmission ratio selector is in position 90 °! Switch on to the following display by pressing the operation mode The following steps are identical with the steps 6) to 9) for initiali- zation of linear actuators. After successful initialization the determined part-turn range ap- pears in the top display.

  • Page 83

    Preparing for Operation configure > 5 s start: press move the actuator into the travel range with: piezo valve 1 opens continue with: dy > 4 % ? t > 60 s ? piezo valve 2 opens t > 60 s ? dy >...

  • Page 84

    actuator moves into closed position tolerance band 4% > dw >10%? actuator moves into open position hard stop up < 97 % ? span up-dw > 25 % ? Figure 3-36 Automatic initialization part 2 (in part-turn actuators) turn slip clutch until 0 appears in the bottom line of the display...

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    set lever actuator moves into closed position tolerance band 4 > d > 20 % ? actuator moves into open position hard stop up < 97 % ? span up-dw > 25 % ? was the vertical position (to stem) of the lever driven through Figure 3-37 Automatic initialization part 2 (in linear actuators)

  • Page 86

    determine travel times display travel times flashes alternating within 5 s ? within 5 s ? determine minimum positioning increments optimizing of transient behavior and determining of prediction horizon continue with: configure Figure 3-38 Automatic initialization, part 3 continue with: if setting of travel times is desired flashes...

  • Page 87: Copying Initialization Data (positioner Exchange)

    Copying initialization data (positioner exchange) With this function you have the possibility of starting up a positioner without running the initialization routine. This allows for example a posi- tioner to be changed on a running system in which automatic or manual initialization cannot be performed without disturbing the process.

  • Page 88

    Preparing for Operation SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

  • Page 89: Operation, Display, Input Keys

    Operation The following chapter describes the operation of the positioner. Display The LC display has two lines whereby the lines have different segmentation. The elements of the top line consist of 7, those of the bottom line of 14 segments. The contents of the display depend on the selected operating mode (see chapter 4.3, page 92) NOTE If the positioner is operated in ranges with temperatures below --10 °C...

  • Page 90

    Figure 4-1 Meaning of the various display options NOTE The degree of protection IP 66/NEMA4x is not guaranteed as long as the positioner is open. SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

  • Page 91

    Display Operation mode key Decrement key Increment key Figure 4-2 Display and input keys of the positioner Explanations of the input keys. The operation mode key (manual key) serves to switch over the op- erating mode and pass on parameters. NOTE By pressing and holding the operation mode key and additionally pressing the decrement key, you can select the parameters in reverse...

  • Page 92: Operating Modes

    Operating modes The positioner can be operated in five operating modes. P-manual mode (ex-factory state) Configuration and initialization Manual mode (MAN) Automatic (AUT) Diagnostic display Figure 4-4 gives you an overview of the possible operating modes and the change between them. Figure 4-4 Change between the operating modes SIPART PS2 Manual...

  • Page 93

    P-manual mode The display of the positioner shows you the current potentiometer (ex-factory state) setting in the top line and “NOINIT” flashes in the second line. You can move the actuator with the decrement and increment key to adapt the positioner to your actuator, you have to change to the Configuration menu.

  • Page 94

    Figure 4-5 Overview: Configuration Manual mode In this operating mode you can move the actuator with the decrement (MAN) ) and increment keys ( less of the setpoint current and any leakages. NOTE You can move the actuator quickly by pressing the other direction key additionally whilst keeping the direction key selected first pressed.

  • Page 95: Parameters

    See chapter 4.5, page 122 for further information. NOTE The respective operating mode (MAN or AUT) of the positioner is retai- ned when you switch to the diagnostic display, i.e. in automatic opera- tion the specified setpoint is still used for controlling and in manual operation the position last reached is retained.

  • Page 96

    Operation Figure 4-6 Parameter table of the positioner SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631- -06...

  • Page 97

    The following configuration block diagram shows the effects of the pa- rameters. Figure 4-7 Configuration block diagram SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Operation...

  • Page 98

    Normally adjustment of the first three following parameters is com- pletely sufficient to enable a positioner to be operated by an actuator. If you wish to become familiar with all details of the positioner, try out incrementally the effects of the remaining parameters by selective trials.

  • Page 99

    YFCT = ncSLL This must be adjusted if an NCS is to be connected to a linear ac- tuator with the position converted by an arm into a part--turn move- ment. NOTE After “LWAY, ncSt, --ncSt or ncSL” have been adjusted, the parameter “3.

  • Page 100

    4.INITA Automatic initialization (see chapter 3.6, page 72) By selecting “Strt” and pressing the increment key 5 seconds, automatic initialization is started. The initialization process is displayed by “RUN 1” to “RUN 5” (see figure 3-35, page 83 to figure 3-38, page 86). 5.INITM Manual initialization By selecting “Strt”...

  • Page 101

    y = x 100 % Positioner 1 6.SDIR = FALL 100 %-SPRE Positioner 1 Setting range 1 Figure 4-8 Example: Split range-operation with two positioners 10.TSUP Setpoint ramp UP 11.TSDO Setpoint ramp DOWN The setpoint ramp is effective in automatic operation and limits the speed of alteration of the active setpoint.

  • Page 102

    Six valve characteristics are stored in the positioner linear equal percentage equal percentage equal percentage inverse equal percentage inverse equal percentage inverse equal percentage freely adjustable 13.SL0 to 33.SL20 Setpoint turning points A flow parameter can be assigned to the respective setpoint turning value at an interval of 5 %.

  • Page 103

    34.DEBA Dead zone of the controller At dEbA = AUto the dead zone in automatic operation is adapted con- tinuously to the requirements of the control circuit. The dead zone is gradually increased on detecting a control oscillation. The reverse adaptation takes place by a time criterion.

  • Page 104

    YNRM = MPOS or YNRM = FLOW Presetting: YA = 0% and YE = 100% YA = 0% Example: YNRM = MPOS with YA = 10 % and YE = 80 % Example: YNRM = FLOW with YA = 10 % and YE = 80 % Figure 4-10 Dependence on the stroke of standardization and on YA and YE in the example of an 80 mm linear actuator...

  • Page 105

    NOTE If the control function to close tightly is activated, for parameter “49. LIM” the monitoring of the control deviation in each overrun direc- tion (YCDO: < 0 %, YCUP: > 100 %) is disabled. This function is par- ticularly useful for valves with a soft seating. For long term monitoring of the end-stop positions, we recommend activating the parameters “52.

  • Page 106

    With activated digital input the piezo-valves are blocked and the ac- tuator remains in the last position. Leakage messages can then be executed without initialization function. BIN1 oder BIN2 = PSt oder --PSt Depending on settings, a partial stroke test can be initiated via binary input 1 or 2 by actuating an opener or closer.

  • Page 107

    NOTE If you have activated the extended diagnostics (parameter 51.XDIAG) with On2 or On3, the alarms cannot be output via the alarm unit. However, the message is possible via HART communication at any time. 45.A1 Response threshold alarm 1 46.A2 Response threshold alarm 2 The alarm thresholds are related to the mechanical path (MPOS-scale).

  • Page 108

    48. TIM Monitoring time for setting the fault messages The set value(s) is/are for the specification of the time, within which the positioner must have reached a compensated state. The corresponding response threshold is preset with “49. LIM”. If the set time is exceeded, the fault message output is set. NOTE If the tight closing function is activated, for parameter “49.

  • Page 109

    51.XDIAG Activation of the extended diagnostics The extended diagnostics is deactivated at the factory, parameter 51 is therefore at “OFF”. There are three operating modes for activating the extended diagnostics: On1: The extended diagnostics is activated and the threshold 3 error messages are also output via the fault message output.

  • Page 110

    A. PST Partial stroke test This parameter activates the partial stroke test for the cyclic or manual partial stroke test of Up/Down and modulating valves. The partial stroke test can be triggered via keyboard, a binary input or the HART communication. A1.STPOS Start position The start position of the partial stroke test is specified here within the...

  • Page 111

    A6.PSTIN Partial stroke test reference step time (PSTIN = Partial Stroke Test Initialization) Measurement of the reference step time for the partial stroke test. After the initialization of the device, the calculated (C = calculated) average actuating time of the control valve is displayed in seconds in the form: C ###.#.

  • Page 112

    b. DEVI General control valve malfunction This parameter activates the dynamic monitoring of the control valve reaction. To do this, the actual position sequence is compared to the guide value and the expected position sequence, which allows conclusions with regard to the correct operational behavior of the control valve.

  • Page 113

    C. LEAK Pneumatic leakage This parameter is used to activate the function for the detection of a pneumatic leakage. To do so, the changes of position and the internally used controller output are recorded and filtered, depending on the direction. The filter result provides a coefficient that allows the detection of any leakage.

  • Page 114

    d. STIC Slipstick effect This parameter is used to activate the function for the detection of a slipstick effect. The device tries to detect sudden changes of the valve position that indicate excess slipstick. If the device detects a slipstick, the filtered step is saved as slipstick value.

  • Page 115

    E. DEBA Dead zone monitoring This parameter activates the monitoring of the dead zone adaptation. Prerequisite for the function is the setting of parameter “34.DEBA” = Auto. E1.LEVL3 Threshold for the monitoring of the dead zone adaptation. This value (%) can be used for the automatic adaptation of the dead zone.

  • Page 116

    G. OPEN Shifting the upper stop This function is for detecting when the upper stop has changed its value compared to the value during initialization by more than the specified tolerance value. Monitoring is only possible if the valve is within the tight closing function.

  • Page 117

    H. TMIN Monitoring of the lower temperature limit The current temperature in the positioner housing is measured by a sensor on the electronic circuit board. This parameter is for the three-level monitoring of the lower temperature limit. H1.TUNIT Temperature unit The temperature unit can be switched over by pressing the Greater Than or Smaller Than button between °C and °F.

  • Page 118

    J. TMAX Monitoring of the upper temperature limit The current temperature in the positioner housing is measured by a sensor on the electronic circuit board. This parameter is for the three-level monitoring of the upper temperature limit. J1.TUNIT Temperature unit The temperature unit can be switched over by pressing the Greater Than or Smaller Than button between °C and °F.

  • Page 119

    L. STRK Monitoring of the displacement integral This parameter activates the monitoring of the displacement integral. This function allows the preventive maintenance of the control valve, also see chapter 4.5 “Diagnosics”, page 122. L1.LIMIT Limit for the number of strokes Input of the limit for the number of strokes.

  • Page 120

    O. DCHG Monitoring of the changes of direction This parameter activates the monitoring of the changes of direction. This function allows the preventive maintenance of the control valve, also see chapter 4.5 “Diagnosics”, page 122. O1.LIMIT Limit for the changes of direction Input of the limit for the number of changes of direction.

  • Page 121

    P1.TBASE Time basis for the formation of the average value Sets the intervals for the formation of the average value. The following time intervals are available: 30 minutes 8 hours 5 days 60 days 2.5 years P2.STATE Status of the calculation of the position average After activating the function with parameter P.

  • Page 122: Diagnostics, Diagnostic Display

    Diagnosis 4.5.1 Diagnostic display To access the diagnostic display in automatic or manual mode, press all three buttons for at least two seconds. This following table gives an overview of the values that can be displayed. The third column contains the term from which the abbreviation is derived, unless it is self-explaining.

  • Page 123

    Abbre- Meaning viation P100 Potentiometer value upper stop (100%) IMPUP Pulse length up (Impulse Length Up) IMPDN Pulse length down (Impulse Length Down) DBUP Dead zone up (Dead Band Up) DBDN Dead zone down (Dead Band Down) SSUP Short step zone up (Short Step Zone Up) SSDN Short step zone down (Short Step Zone Down) TEMP...

  • Page 124

    Operation In the controller, every change of direction coming from the dead zone is noted and added to the number of changes of direction. The value is written into a non-volatile memory every 15 minutes. It can be set to zero with the increment button SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

  • Page 125

    3 CNT Number of fault messages In the controller, every malfunction is noted and added to the number of fault messages. The counter can be set to zero with the increment button 4 A1CNT Number of alarms 1 5 A2CNT Number of alarms 2 The reaction of alarms 1 and 2 is counted with these two counters.

  • Page 126

    11 PST Monitoring of the partial stroke test The measured step time of the last partial stroke test is displayed here. A partial stroke test can be triggered manually by pressing the Greater Than button, or a partial stroke test that is just being performed can be interrupted.

  • Page 127

    13 NXPST Time until the next partial stroke test The time until the next partial stroke test is displayed here (in days). Conditions are that the partial stroke test is deactivated in the configuration menu and a test interval is set. If one of these two conditions is not fulfilled “OFF”...

  • Page 128

    19 PAVG Average position value The comparison average calculated last is displayed here. There are also the following status messages: The basic function is deactivated in the configuration menu. IdLE (inactive) The function has not been started yet. rEF (reference average is calculated) The function was started and the reference interval is currently active.

  • Page 129

    26 SSUP Short step zone up 27 SSDN Short step zone down The short step zone is the range of the controller, in which pulse- shaped excitation signals are output. The pulse length is proportional to the control deviation. If the control deviation is not within the short step zone, then the valves are activated in permanent contact.

  • Page 130

    42 STORE Save maintenance data Pressing the increment button memory function. In doing so, the diagnostic data 7 to 18 is saved in a non--volatile memory as the “data of the last maintenance”. This diagnostic data consists of selected values that, when changed, can provide information on the mechanical wear of the valve.

  • Page 131

    4.5.3 Online diagnosis While the positioner is in operation, some important values and parameters are monitored on a continuous basis. In “Configuration” mode, you can configure this monitoring in such a way that the fault message output is activated when a certain event occurs, such as e.g. when a limit is exceeded.

  • Page 132

    Error three- Event code level Remaining control deviation Device not in automatic mode Binary input BE1 or BE2 active Limit Stroke number exceeded Direction change limit exceeded Lower limit stop limit exceeded Limit of upper limit stop exceeded Limit Dead zone adaptation exceeded Partial stroke test...

  • Page 133

    Error three- Event code level Slipstick effect occurs Temperature short of Temperature exceeded Position average deviates from the reference value Table 4-2 Events that can activate the fault message output Explanations for the “Error codes” column: Control deviation monitoring In automatic mode, the deviation between the setpoint and actual value is monitored continuously.

  • Page 134

    Stroke number monitoring Monitoring of the number of changes of direction The two values, number of strokes and number of changes of direction, are compared to the threshold values on a continuous basis. These values result from the parameters “L1.LIMIT” to “L4.FACT3” and “O1.LIMIT”...

  • Page 135

    Partial stroke test exceeds reference step time This error message appears on the one hand if a manual or cyclic partial stroke test is triggered and the test cannot be started because the valve is not within the start tolerance range. The error message also appears if one of the three thresholds of the partial stroke test that are a result of the reference step time (A6.PSTIN) times factors (A7.FACT1 to A9.FACT3) is violated.

  • Page 136: Fault Correction

    4.5.4 Fault correction Guide In whichoperating mode does the fault occur? • Initialization • Manual mode and automatic mode In which environment and under which basic conditions does the fault occur? • Wet environment (e.g. heavy rain or continuous condensation) •...

  • Page 137

    Fault indication possible cause(s) (symptoms) SIPART PS2 stops during • • “RUN 1”. • • SIPART PS2 stops during • • “RUN 2”. • • SIPART PS2 stops during • • “RUN 3”. SIPART PS2 stops during • • “RUN 5”and does not reach “FINISH”...

  • Page 138

    Fault indication possible cause(s) (symptoms) Actuator does not move • • Piezo valve(s) do(es) not • • switch (quiet “clicking” can be heard however when the + or the + or – button is pressed button is pressed in manual mode). •...

  • Page 139: Meaning Of The Other Display Text

    Fault indication possible cause(s) (symptoms) Zero point misadjusts • • sporadically (> 3 %). Complete device function • • failure: also no indication in the display • • • Table 9 Meaning of the other display text Remarks on the tables: Messages before the installation phase (initial start-up): Meaning/cause Message after applying the electrical...

  • Page 140

    Messages during the installation phase: Meaning/cause P---- See above RUN 1 Initialization has been started, part 1 is active (direction of action is being determined) RUN 2 Initialization, part 2 is active (actuator travel check and determination of the end stops) RUN 3 Initialization, part 3 is active (determination and display of the...

  • Page 141

    Meaning/cause UP > “UP” tolerance range exceeded or inactive zone of the potentiometer passed 90_95 Only possible for part-turn actuators: Actuator travel is not within the range of 90 to 95% U--d> “Up-Down” measuring span fallen short of U nn.n Display of actuating time “Up”...

  • Page 142

    Messages on exiting configuration mode: 4.nn.nn Error SLnn Messages during operation: START HW / ERROR NOINI nnn.n AUTnn MANnn oFL / 127.9 EXSTP EX UP EXDWN EXTPSt InPSt HTCNF Meaning/cause Software version Monotony violation of the free characteristic curve at vertice n Meaning/cause Message after applying the...

  • Page 143: Optimizing The Controller Data

    Optimizing the controller data The data for the control quality that was automatically determined during initialization is optimized for short compensation with low overshooting. In special cases (e.g. extremely small and therefore particularly fast actuators or for operation with boosters), you might want to modify this data specifically for faster compensation or a greater damping effect.

  • Page 144

    Operation SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

  • Page 145: Service And Maintenance

    Service and Maintenance The positioner is largely maintenance-free. The positioners are fitted with filters in the pneumatic connections as protection against coarse particles of dirt. If the pneumatic energy supply contains particles of dirt, the filters may clog and impair the function of the positioner. In this case the filters can be cleaned as follows.

  • Page 146

    You will find the serial number on the name plate. Address of the responsible repair location, your contact, lists of spare parts etc. can all be found on the Internet, under: www.siemens.com/automation/services&support or www.automation.siemens.com/partner SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

  • Page 147: Technical Data

    Technical Data General data for basic device 6DR50xx (see following pages) SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 6DR51xx 6DR52xx 6DR53xx...

  • Page 148

    ■ Technical specifications SIPART PS2 (all versions) General data Travel range (linear actuators) 3 ... 130 mm (0.12 ... 5.12 inch) (angle of feedback shaft 16 ... 90°) Angle of rotation 30 ... 100° (part-turn actuators) Installation • On linear actuators Using attachment set 6DR4004-8V and where necessary with an additional lever arm...

  • Page 149

    ■ Technical specifications SIPART PS2 Explosion protection to EN 50014, EN 50020 and EN 50021 Mounting location Permissible ambient temperature for operation At ≤ -10 °C (+14 °F) the display refresh rate of the LCD is limited. (for basic devices with EEX ia/ib and EEx n protection the following applies: Only T4 is permissible when using I module.)

  • Page 150

    SIPART PS2 Basic device without Ex protection 3-/4-wire device (terminals 2/4 and 6/8) (6DR52.. and 6DR53..) • Power supply U 18 ... 35 V DC • Current consumption I • Internal capacitance C – • Internal inductance L – • For connection to power circuits with – Current input I Rated signal range 0/4 ...

  • Page 151

    ■ Technical specifications Option modules Ex protection to EN 50014, EN 50020 and EN 50021 Mounting location Permissible ambient temperature for opera- tion (For devices with Ex protection: Only in con- junction with the basic device 6DR5... -.E... Only T4 is permissible when using I module) Alarm module Binary alarm outputs A1, A2 and alarm output...

  • Page 152

    Accessory modules Limit value contact module Limit transmitter with mechanical ground contact and alarm output Ex protection Max. switching current AC/DC Max. switching voltage AC/DC Internal capacitance C Internal inductance L Electrical isolation Test voltage Alarm module module DC output for position feedback Nominal signal range i Total operating range Power supply U...

  • Page 153: Scope Of Delivery

    Scope of Delivery The positioner and its options modules are delivered as separate units and in different versions. Positioners and options modules for operation in hazardous areas and non-hazardous areas are available. These ver- sions are identified respectively by a special rating plate. WARNING In the combination of components it must be ensured that only positio- ners and options modules are combined which are approved for the...

  • Page 154: Scope Of Delivery Of Standard Controller, Scope Of Delivery Of Options

    Scope of delivery of standard controller Versions Housing Plastic housing SIPART PS2 SIPART PS2 Plastic housing 2L without 2L without HART Metal housing Plastic housing Plastic housing SIPART PS2 SIPART PS2 Metal housing 2L without 2L without HART Explosion proof housing Explosion proof housing Plastic housing SIPART PS2...

  • Page 155: Scope Of Delivery Of Accessories

    Scope of delivery of accessories Accessories Mounting kit set linear actuators IEC 534 -- 6 including lever arm for 3 to 35 mm way Additional lever for > 35 to 130 mm way Mounting kit part-turn actuators VDI/VDE 3845 Solenoid valve block for SAMSON actuator (integrated mounting) Manometer block single acting Manometer block double acting Solenoid valve block single acting (NAMUR)

  • Page 156: List Of Spare Parts

    List of Spare Parts Spare parts list: SIPART PS2 positioner Description Cover (plastic enclosure) with screws (4 pcs) and seal Cover (metal enclosure) with screws (4 pcs) and seal Motherboard, two-wire without HART, without explosion protection Motherboard, two-wire without HART, with explosion protection Motherboard, two-wire HART, wi- thout explosion protection Motherboard, two-,three-,four-wire...

  • Page 157: Index

    Index Accessories, 39 Actuating ranges, 130 Alarm function, 106 Alarm module, 32, 61, 66, 70 Application positioner in a wet environment, 44 under great accelerations and vibrations, 46 Assembly, 43 Screw--type gland with plastic hose, 46 Assembly procedure, 50, 53 linear actuator, 51 part--turn actuator, 54, 55 Automatic, Changing the operating mode, 94...

  • Page 158

    Manometer block, 39 Manual mode Changing the operating mode, 94 P manual mode, 93 Mechanical limit switch module, 35, 62 EEx i, 67 Mechnical limit switch module, 67 not EEx, 62 Method of operation, 15, 23 Mounting kit linear actuator, 49 part--turn actuator, 52 Operating mode AUT, 94...

  • Page 159

    Catalog IK PI · 2005 Field Instruments for Process Automation Catalog FI 01 · 2007 SIMATIC PCS 7 Process Control System Catalog ST PCS 7 · 2005 SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06 Issue by Order no. Siemens AG E86060--K6710--A101--B4--7600 Siemens AG E86060--K6201--A101--A8--7600 Siemens AG E86060--K4678--A111--A9--7600...

  • Page 160: Appendix

    Appendix SIPART PS2 Manual A5E00074631--06...

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