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Honeywell SMV 3000 User's Manual

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SMV 3000
Smart Multivariable Transmitter
User's Manual
34-SM-25-02
3/04

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    SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitter User’s Manual 34-SM-25-02 3/04...

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    In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any indirect, special or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice.

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    While this manual provides detailed procedures to assist first time users, it also includes summaries for most procedures as a quick reference for experienced users. If you will be digitally integrating the SMV 3000 transmitter with our TPS/TDC 3000 control system, we recommend that you use the PM/APM Smartline Transmitter Integration Manual supplied with the TDC 3000 X bookset as the main reference manual and supplement it with detailed transmitter information in Appendix A of this manual.

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    SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Write Protect Option ... 51 SECTION 6 CONFIGURATION... 45 Introduction ... 45 Overview... 47 Configuring the SMV 3000 with The SCT... 50 Device Configuration... 51 General Configuration... 52 DPConf Configuration - PV1... 56 AP/GPConf Configuration - PV2... 61 TempConf Configuration - PV3... 64 FlowConf Configuration - PV4 ...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Replacement Parts ... 137 SECTION 13 REFERENCE DRAWINGS ... 147 13.1 Wiring Diagrams and Installation Drawings ... 147 APPENDIX A – PM/APM/HPM SMV 3000 INTEGRATION ... 149 Overview... 149 Description ... 150 Data Exchange Functions... 153 Installation... 160 Configuration ... 162 Operation Notes...

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    Location of Failsafe Jumper on main PWA of Electronics Module... 101 Figure 28 Typical PV1 or PV2 Range Calibration Hookup... 116 Figure 29 Major SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitter Parts Reference..138 Figure 30 SMV 3000 Electronics Housing... 139 Figure 31 SMV 3000 Terminal Block Assembly ...

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    Replacing Electronics Module or PROM... 108 Table 29 Replacing Meter Body Center Section... 113 Table 30 Accessing SMV 3000 Diagnostic Information using the SCT ... 121 Table 31 Critical Status Diagnostic Message Table... 123 Table 32 Non-Critical Status Diagnostic Message Table... 126 Table 33 Communication Status Message Table ...

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    Superheated Steam using an Averaging Pitot Tube Configuration Example ... 179 Table C-3 Liquid Propane Configuration Example ... 182 Table C-4 Air Configuration Example ... 185 Table C-5 Superheated Steam Configuration Example... 189 1/99 Continued SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    STIMV IOP... Smart Transmitter Interface Multivariable Input/Output Processor T/C ... Thermocouple URL... Upper Range Limit URV ...Upper Range Value US ... Universal Station Vac ... Volts Alternating Current Vdc ... Volts Direct Current XMTR... Transmitter SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

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    W h ...Mass rate of flow in PV4 algorithm Y...Expansion factor Z ... Compressibility factor gamma ... Fluid density r ... Density of fluid under reference conditions 1/99 Parameters SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Density Actual density in PV4 algorithm Design density in PV4 algorithm...

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    For R400 and later: PM/APM Smartline Transmitter Integration Manual If you encounter a problem with your SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitter, check to see how your transmitter is currently configured to verify that all selections are consistent with your application.

  • Page 13: Section 1 Overview - First Time Users Only, Introduction, Ce Conformity (europe)

    . . . 1.1 through 1.5 2.5, 3.1 or 4.0 * If the SMV 3000 will be integrated with our TPS/TDC control systems, STIMV IOP Module you must have an STIMV IOP module in your Process Manager, Revision Level Advanced Process Manager, or High Performance Process Manager.

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    In special cases, when highly susceptible apparatus is used in close proximity, the user may have to employ additional mitigating measures to further reduce the electromagnetic emissions of this equipment. ATTENTION SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

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    Using stored equations in conjunction with the multiple process variable inputs, the SMV 3000 calculates a compensated volumetric or mass flow rate output for gases, liquids and steam. Its output signal is proportional to the calculated differential flow rate.

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    SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitters, SMV Operating Modes The SMV 3000 can transmit its output in either an analog 4 to 20 milliampere format or a Digitally Enhanced (DE) protocol format for direct digital communications with our TPS/TDC 3000 control system. In...

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    Static Pressure Sensor Pressure Transmitter The SMV 3000 transmitter has no physical adjustments. You need an SCT adjustments to make any adjustments in an SMV 3000 transmitter. Alternately, certain adjustments can be made through the Universal Station if the transmitter is digitally integrated with our TPS/TDC 3000 control system.

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    Honeywell’s SCT 3000 Smartline Configuration Toolkit is a cost-effective Configuration Toolkit means to configure, calibrate, diagnose, and monitor the SMV 3000 and other smart field devices. The SCT 3000 runs on a variety of Personal Computer (PC) platforms using Windows 95 Window 98 and Windows NT .

  • Page 19: Smart Field Communicator (sfc)

    SFC. Figure 5 SMV 3000 Because of the advanced capabilities built-in to the SMV 3000, we do not ATTENTION recommend that you use the SFC to configure the SMV transmitter. Some of the SMV’s advance functions are not supported by the SFC. Although you can use the SFC to perform certain operations, such as calibrate or re- range the transmitter, read transmitter status and diagnose faults.

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    • Simulate Input: • Troubleshoot: Check status of transmitter operation and display For more information about using the SFC with the SMV 3000, see the ATTENTION Smart Field Communicator Model STS103 Operating Guide, 34-ST-11-14. The document provides complete keystroke actions and prompt displays.

  • Page 21: Transmitter Order

    Figure 6 Typical SMV 3000 Transmitter Order Components Ordered w SMV 3000 Transmitter with optional mounting bracket Shipped Honeywell can also supply the RTD or Thermocouple for use with an ATTENTION SMV 3000. See “About Documentation,” next. 1/99 Received SMV 3000 Mounting Bracket (Optional) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    This document provides detailed information for installing, wiring, configuring, starting up, operating, maintaining, and servicing the SMV 3000 transmitter. This is the main reference manual for the SMV 3000 transmitter. Smart Field Communicator Model STS103 Operating Guide 34-ST-11-14: One copy is shipped with every SFC.

  • Page 23: Section 2 Quick Start Reference, Introduction, Getting Smv 3000 Transmitter On-line Quickly

    This section provides a list of typical start-up tasks and tells you where you can find detailed information about performing the task. This section assumes that the SMV 3000 transmitter has been installed and wired correctly, and is ready to be put into operation. It also assumes that you are somewhat familiar with using the SCT and that the transmitter has been configured correctly for your application.

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    Getting SMV 3000 Transmitter On-Line Quickly Quick Start-up Tasks Table 1 lists common start-up tasks for an SMV 3000 transmitter using the SCT and gives an appropriate section in this manual to reference for more information about how to do the task. The start-up tasks are listed in the order they are commonly completed.

  • Page 25: Section 3 Preinstallation Considerations, Introduction, Considerations For Smv 3000 Transmitter

    About this section This section reviews things you should take into consideration before you install the transmitter and start using the SCT. Of course, if you are replacing an existing SMV 3000 transmitter, you can skip this section. 1/99 Preinstallation Considerations Topic Introduction ...

  • Page 26: Section 4 Installation

    Considerations for SMV 3000 Transmitter Evaluate conditions The SMV 3000 transmitter is designed to operate in common indoor industrial environments as well as outdoors. To assure optimum performance, evaluate these conditions at the mounting area relative to published transmitter specifications and accepted installation practices for electronic pressure transmitters.

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    Considerations for SMV 3000 Transmitter, Temperature limits Table 2 lists the operating temperature limits for reference. Table 2 Transmitter Type Multivariable * For CTFE fill fluid, the rating is –15 to 110 C (5 to 230 F) Overpressure ratings Table 3 lists overpressure rating for a given Upper Range Limit (URL) for reference.

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    Considerations for SMV 3000 Transmitter, RTD requirements Use a two-, three-, or four-wire platinum 100 ohm (Pt100) Resistance Temperature Detector with rated measurement range limits of –200 to 450 °C (–328 to 842 °F) per DIN 43760 standard ( = 0.00385 / / C) as the input source for the process temperature PV.

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    SCT program. See the SCT 3000 Smartline Configuration Toolkit Start-up and Installation Manual 34-ST-10-08 for complete details on the host computer specifications and requirements for using the SCT 3000. 1/99 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 31: Introduction, Mounting Smv 3000 Transmitter, Piping Smv 3000 Transmitter, Installing Rtd Or Thermocouple

    Section 4 Introduction Section Contents This section includes these topics About this section This section provides information about installing the SMV 3000 transmitter. It includes procedures for mounting, piping and wiring the transmitter for operation. 1/99 Installation Topic Introduction ... 19 Mounting SMV 3000 Transmitter...

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    Typical Bracket Mounted Installations Angle Mounting Bracket Horizontal Pipe Angle Mounting Bracket Vertical Pipe SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Flat Mounting Bracket Flat Mounting Bracket Continued on next page 1/99...

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    Bracket mounting Table 5 summarizes typical steps for mounting a transmitter to a bracket. Table 5 Step 1/99 Mounting SMV 3000 Transmitter to a Bracket Action If you are using an… optional mounting bracket existing mounting bracket Position bracket on 2-inch (50.8 mm) horizontal or vertical pipe, and install “U”...

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    Bracket mounting, continued Table 5 Step Mounting SMV 3000 Transmitter to a Bracket, continued Action Align alternate mounting holes in end of meter body heads with holes in bracket and secure with bolts and washers provided. Loosen the 4 mm set screw on outside neck of transmitter. Rotate...

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    Mounting SMV 3000 Transmitter, The mounting position of an SMV 3000 Transmitter is critical as the ATTENTION transmitter spans become smaller for the absolute and/or differential pressure range. A maximum zero shift of 0.048 psi for an absolute pressure range or 1.5 in H from a mounting position which is rotated 90 degrees from vertical.

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    To Downstream Tap 3-Valve Valve Manifold Blow-Down Piping To Low Pressure To High Pressure Side of Transmitter Side of Transmitter To Waste SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual To Upstream Tap Blow-Down Valve Blow-Down Piping To Waste 21010 Continued on next page 1/99...

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    (The siphon retains water as a “fill fluid.”) Figure 11 Transmitter Location Above Tap for Gas Flow Measurement 1/99 Continued High Pressure Connection SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Pressure Connection 3-Valve Manifold To Low To High Pressure...

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    (freeze protection may be required here). Continued Transmitter Location Below the Tap for Liquid or Steam Flow Measurement High Pressure Connection 3-Valve Manifold SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual To High To Low Pressure Pressure Connection Connection Pressure Connection...

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    To deform the gasket, submerse it in hot water for a few minutes then firmly press it into its recessed mounting groove in the adapter. 1/99 Continued SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page...

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    Apply an anti-seize compound on the stainless steel bolts prior to threading them into the process head. Evenly tighten adapter bolts to a torque of 47.5 to 54 N . m (35 to 40 ft-lb). SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Process Head Filter Screen...

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    Model selection guides also are included for various temperature probes. CE Conformity You must use shielded cable to connect sensor to transmitter’s Special Conditions temperature circuit. (Europe) 1/99 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    You simply connect the positive (+) and negative (–) loop wires to the positive (+) and negative (–) SIGNAL terminals on the terminal block in the transmitter’s electronics housing shown in Figure 14. Operating Range for SMV 3000 Transmitters 1440 1200 10.8 16.28 20.63 25 28.3...

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    Barriers must be installed per manufacturer’s instructions for transmitters to be used in intrinsically safe installations (see control drawing 51404251 in Section 13 for additional information). 1/99 Continued SMV 3000 Transmitter Terminal Block METER L SIGNAL – – –...

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    Manual PM12-410 which is part of the TPS/TDC 30000 system bookset and in Appendix A of this manual. Optional meter The SMV 3000 transmitter can be equipped with an optional analog output meter. The analog meter provides a 0 to 100% indication of the transmitter’s output through traditional pointer and scale indication.

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    METER – terminal and red lead is connected to METER + terminal. See control drawing 51404251 (for intrinsically safe installations) or wiring diagram 51404250 (non-intrinsically safe) included in Section 13. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Then… connect RTD leads to terminals 1 and 3.

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    3-Wire RTD Connections Thermocouple Input Wiring Connections. METER L SIGNAL – – – – – TEST Thermocouple Connections SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual METER L SIGNAL – – – – – TEST 4-Wire RTD Connections — ATTENTION: If you use shielded...

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    AWG (American Wire Gauge) or KCM (Kilo Circular Mils) bare or Green covered wire. Note that protection for temperature sensor leads is not provided by the optional lightning protection. Figure 17 Connect to Earth Ground 1/99 Continued Ground Connection for Lightning Protection SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Electronics Housing...

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    When installed as nonincendive equipment in a Division 2 Hazardous Location, disconnect power to the transmitter in the non-hazardous area, or determine that the location is non-hazardous prior to disconnecting or connecting the transmitter wires. Continued SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 49: Section 5 Getting Started, Introduction, Establishing Communications, Making Initial Checks, Write Protect Option

    This section includes these topics About This Section If you have never used an SCT to “talk” to an SMV 3000 transmitter, this section tells you how to connect the SMV with the SCT, establish on-line communications and make initial checks.

  • Page 50: Section 6 Configuration

    SCT Software Program running on Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT Operating System PC Card Commerically-available Laptop or Desktop PC SMARTLINE OPTION MODULE Line Interface Module SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Power Supply SMV 3000 23057 Continued on next page 1/99...

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    ATTENTION To use the SCT 3000 in a desktop computer without a PCMCIA slot, you must install a user-supplied PCMCIA host adapter. Honeywell has performance- qualified the following PCMCIA host adapters for use with the SCT: -- TMB-240 Single Slot Internal Front Panel Adapter -- TMB-250 Dual Slot Internal Front Panel Adapter GS-120 Greystone Peripherals, Inc.

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    Continued Action Make sure that 24V dc power is applied to the proper SMV transmitter SIGNAL terminals. See Subsection 4.5, Wiring SMV 3000 Transmitter for details. Apply power to the PC or laptop computer and start the SCT 3000 application.

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    Status form. Refer to the SCT 3000 User Manual (on-line) for explanations of each status condition. Refer to the SCT 3000 User Manual (on-line) for a procedure on how to download any previously-saved configuration database files. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    A transmitter in the digital (DE) mode can communicate in a direct digital Mode fashion with a Universal Station in Honeywell’s TPS and TDC 3000 control systems. The digital signal can include all four transmitter process variables and its secondary variable as well as the configuration database.

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    Write Protect Option Write Protect Option The SMV 3000 transmitters are available with a “write protect option”. It consists of a jumper located on the transmitter’s Main Printed Circuit Board (PCB) under the temperature measurement (Daughter) PCB that you can position to allow read and write access or read only access to the transmitter’s configuration database.

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    SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 57: Overview, Introduction, Configuring The Smv 3000 With The Sct, Device Configuration, General Configuration

    6.12 Saving, Downloading and Printing a Configuration 6.13 Verifying Flow Configuration ... 78 About This Section This section introduces you to SMV 3000 transmitter configuration. It identifies the parameters that make up the transmitter’s configuration database and provides information for entering values/selections for the given configuration parameters using the SCT.

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    Please verify that you have the SCT software version that is compatible ATTENTION with your SMV 3000. Refer to the table on Page 1. To check the software version, connect an SFC or SCT to the transmitter, (see Figure 28 for typical SFC and SCT connections).

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    Overview About Configuration Each SMV 3000 Transmitter includes a configuration database that defines its particular operating characteristics. You use the SCT 3000 to enter and change selected parameters within a given transmitter’s database to alter its operating characteristics. We call this process of viewing and/or changing database parameters “configuration”.

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    Overview, Continued Configuration When using a Honeywell-defined SMV template, you should choose a file Summary, continued template for the temperature range and model of SMV that you wish to configure. For example, if the SMV transmitter is a model SMA125 and you are using a J-type thermocouple as the process temperature PV3 input, you would choose the template file sma125j.hdt from the list of Honeywell...

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    PV4 (Flow) * PV2 will be AP of GP depending on SMV model Use the Flow Compensation Wizard to setup the SMV 3000 for flow applications. The flow wizard guides you through the steps necessary to complete your flow configuration. See Subsection 6.10 and Appendix C for more information about the flow wizard.

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    Device tab card. It is suggested that when you create a database configuration file for the transmitter, you make the file name the same as the transmitter tag ID. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

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    Process Temperature (PV3) measurements with the Secondary Variable (SV1). Differential Pressure (PV1), Static Pressure* (PV2) and Process Temperature (PV3) measurements and the Calculated flow rate value (PV4) with the Secondary variable (SV1). SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual System Continued on next page...

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    STIMV IOP module in your Process Manager, Advanced Process Manager, or High Performance Process Manager. You can not integrate the SMV 3000 with a control system using an STDC card or an STI IOP module for the Smart Transmitter interface.

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    The line filter helps to eliminate noise on the process temperature signal input to the transmitter. Make a selection to indicate whether the transmitter will work with a 50 Hz or 60 Hz line frequency. 1/99 Continued 50 Hz 60 Hz d SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    @ 32F Millimeters of Water at 4 C (39.2 F) Meters of Water at 4 C (39.2 F) Normal Atmospheres Inches of Water at 60 F (15.6 C) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Meaning Continued on next page 1/99...

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    PV1 by typing in the desired values on the SCT configuration . * When transmitter is in analog mode. SMV 3000 Transmitters are calibrated with inches of water ranges ATTENTION using inches of water pressure referenced to a temperature of 39.2 °F (4 °C).

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    Thus, we refer to the linear or the square root selection as the output conformity or the output form for PV1. About Square Root For SMV 3000 transmitters measuring the pressure drop across a primary Output element, the flow rate is directly proportional to the square root of the differential pressure (PV1) input.

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    Example: If you have an application with a differential pressure range of Output, continued Square Root Dropout To avoid unstable output at PV1 readings near zero, the SMV 3000 transmitter automatically drops square root conformity and changes to linear conformity for low differential pressure readings. As shown in Figure 21, the square root dropout point is between 0.4 and 0.5 % of...

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    1.0, 2.0, 4.0, 8.0, 16.0, and 32.0 Upper Range Limit (Upper Range Value – Lower Range Value) 0 to 50 inH O would be: 1 or 8:1 (50 – 0) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual O transmitter with a range of 1/99...

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    Millimeters of Water at 4 C (39.2 F) Meters of Water at 4 C (39.2 F) Normal Atmospheres Inches of Water at 60 F (15.6 C) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual PV2 —Absolute Pressure PV2 —Gauge Pressure Meaning Continued on next page...

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    (default = 50 psia for model SMA110) (default = 750 psia for model SMA125) (default = 3000 psig for model SMG170) SMV 3000 you have selected. 0.00 d , 0.16, 0.32, 0.48, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0, 8.0, 16.0, and 32.0 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    Degrees Fahrenheit Kelvin Degrees Rankine (see Output Characterization), PV3 input readings are displayed in the following units: mV or V milliVolts or Volts (for Thermocouple sensor) Ohms (for RTD sensor) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Meaning Continued on next page...

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    Linear d - Output is in percent of temperature span. Unlinearized - Output is in percent of resistance span for RTD or millivolts or volts span for T/C. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Continued on next page 1/99...

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    Sensor Types for PV3 Process Temperature Input Rated Temperature Range Limits -200 to 450 0 to 1000 0 to 1200 -100 to 1250 -100 to 400 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual -328 to 842 32 to 1832 32 to 2192 -148 to 2282 -148 to 752...

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    – Any RTD or T/C lead breakage initiates a critical status flag. – Break in RTD sensing lead or any T/C lead initiates a critical status flag. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Continued on next page 1/99...

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    -328 to 842 o F -100 to 600 o F -100 o F LRL and URL values are set automatically when you select the sensor type in the Sensor Type field. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued 842 o F Upper Range Span...

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    Example of LRV and URV Interaction Current Range Settings SPAN -100 Range Settings After LRV is Changed to Zero (0) SPAN -328 -100 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued 842 o F URV URL 600 700 842 o F Continued on next page 1/99...

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    See the Damping paragraphs in subsection 6.6 for a formula to find the turndown ratio using the pressure range information for your transmitter. 1/99 Continued 0.00 d , 0.3, 0.7, 1.5, 3.1, 6.3, 12.7, 25.5, 51.1, 102.3 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

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    * The SCT 3000 will not display SCFM, SCFH, ACFM or ACFH. However you can configure the SMV 3000 to calculate and display the volumetric flowrate at standard conditions (CFM or CFH) by choosing standard volume in the Flow Compensation Wizard.

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    Grams per Hour Grams per Minute g/min Grams per Second g/sec Tons per Hour (Short Tons) ton/h Tons per Minute (Short Tons) ton/min Tons per Second (Short Tons) ton/sec SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Meaning Continued on next page...

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    URL = Type in the maximum range limit that is applicable for your process conditions. (100,000 = default) LRV = Type in the desired value (default = 0.0) URV = Type in the desired value (default = URL) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page 1/99...

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    SPAN Measurement Lower Range Range Value 0 to 650 m 3 /h 0 m 3 /h SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1300 m 3 /h Upper Range Span Value 650 m 3 /h 650 m 3 /h Continued on next page...

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    LRV and will not be 0 %. Continued 0.00 d , 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 10.0, 50.0 and100.0 Low Flow Cutoff: Low (0.0 = default) High (0.0 = default) SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page 1/99...

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    ATTENTION direction. For the sample shown in Figure 25, this would result in a low limit of –55 GPM and a high limit of –165 GPM. 1/99 Continued Flow Rate SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Output During Cutoff 20.0 18.4 16.8...

  • Page 86: Using Custom Engineering Units, Flow Compensation Wizard

    Kuser factor. Refer to the SCT on-line manual for additional information about using custom units in your SMV 3000 configuration. Tonnes/hour – for mass flow Meters /hour – for volumetric flow...

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    Description A Flow Compensation Wizard is provided with the SCT 3000 which is used to configure PV4, the flow variable of the SMV 3000 Multivariable Transmitter. The flow compensation wizard will guide you in configuring the PV4 output for either a standard flow equation or a dynamic compensation flow equation.

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    Ellipse® Averaging Pitot Tube Nozzle (ASME Long Radius) Venturi Nozzle (ISA inlet) ISA Nozzle Leopold Venturi Gerand Venturi Universal Venturi Tube Lo-Loss Tube Flow SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Application Liquids Liquids Liquids Gases, liquids and steam Liquids Liquids Liquids...

  • Page 89: Saving, Downloading And Printing A Configuration File

    You can also print out a summary of the transmitter’s configuration file. The printable document contains a list of the individual parameters and the associated values for each transmitter’s database configuration. Follow the specific instructions in the SCT 3000 help to perform these tasks. 1/99 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

  • Page 90: Verifying Flow Configuration

    PV4 output. The output can be compared with expected results and then adjustments can be made to the configuration if necessary. See Section 7.4, Using Transmitter to Simulate PV Input for the procedure. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 91: Section 7 Startup, Introduction, Startup Tasks, Running Output Check, Using Transmitter To Simulate Pv Input

    SMV transmitters operating in analog or digital (DE) modes. 1/99 Section 7 Startup Topic Introduction ... 79 Startup Tasks ... 80 Running Output Check ... 81 Using Transmitter to Simulate PV Input... 84 Starting Up Transmitter ... 86 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual See Page...

  • Page 92

    BAD PV displayed on For SMV transmitters that are digitally integrated with Honeywell’s TPS/TDC systems TPS/TDC systems, note that simulated PV readings on Universal Station displays will be flagged as BAD PV although the “PVRAW” reading will continue to be displayed will reflect the simulated input.

  • Page 93

    Be sure any switches that may trip alarms or interlocks associated with analog loops are secured or turned off. Perform Upload of the SMV database to the SCT. Select General tab card and set communication mode to Analog. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page...

  • Page 94

    ATTENTION output while it is in the output mode. For SMV transmitters that are digitally integrated with Honeywell’s TPS/TDC systems, note that PV readings on Universal Station displays will be flagged as BAD PV although the “PVRAW” reading will continue to be displayed will reflect the simulated input.

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    Select appropriate tab card for the PVs that were set to output mode and clear the output mode. Select Status tab card to verify that all transmitter outputs are in not in output mode and that there are no new messages. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

  • Page 96

    Using Transmitter to Simulate PV Input Using SMV You can use an SMV 3000 transmitter to simulate a PV input value Transmitter in Input through the transmitter’s input mode. This feature is useful to check a Mode PV’s affect on the transmitter’s output and compare expected readings on other analog instruments in the loop such as recorders, controllers, and positioners.

  • Page 97

    An inaccurate atmospheric pressure offset value will result in a small error of the flow calculation. Use an absolute pressure gauge to measure the correct atmospheric pressure. A standard barometer may not give an accurate absolute pressure reading SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued...

  • Page 98: Starting Up Transmitter

    Starting Up Transmitter Procedure NOTE: The following procedures outline the steps for starting up SMV 3000 transmitters in flow measurement applications. Refer to the appropriate start-up procedure for SMV transmitter used in your process application. Refer to Figure 26 for the piping arrangement and equipment used for the procedure.

  • Page 99

    Starting Up Transmitter, Procedure, continued Table 22 Step SMV Model SMA125 Use the procedure in Table 23 to start-up an SMV 3000 transmitter model Start-up Procedure SMG170, which measures gauge pressure as the PV2 input. Table 23 Step 1/99 Continued...

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    Starting Up Transmitter, Procedure, continued Table 23 Step SMV Draft Range Use the procedure in Table 24 to start-up an SMV 3000 transmitter model Start-up Procedure SMA110 and transmitters with small differential pressure spans. Table 24 Step Continued Start up Procedure for SMV Transmitter Model SMG170,...

  • Page 101

    Close equalizer valve C and open valve B. In the FlowInCal tab card and read input Flow (PV4) signal in desired engineering unit. Verify that it is equivalent to calculated flow rate at operating conditions. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page...

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    1 0 0 0 ALM1 ALM2 LOWR FUNC DISP AUTO Black - – – Optional Red + Milliamp- meter SMV3000 Valve C Transmitter 3-Valve Valve B Manifold Flow SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 3-Mode Controller AUTO TUNE HOLD Voltmeter – Power Supply 1/99...

  • Page 103: Section 8 Operation, Introduction, Accessing Operation Data, Changing Default Failsafe Direction

    About this section This section identifies how to access typical data associated with the operation of an SMV 3000 transmitter. It also includes procedures for • Changing the default failsafe direction, • Writing data in the scratch pad area, and •...

  • Page 104

    Accessing Transmitter Operation Data Using SCT Select the SCT Window or Tab Card General Tab Card Status Tab Card Device Tab Card SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual And . . . Read: Analog Output Selection Read: Gross Status...

  • Page 105

    DPConf (for PV1) APConf (for PV2) TempConf (for PV3) FlowConf (for PV4) General Tab Card You can PV Monitor Window SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual And . . . Read: PV Input PV % of span Read: Span Read: Analog Failsafe...

  • Page 106

    Accessing Transmitter Operation Data Using SCT, Continued Select the SCT Window or Tab Card PV Monitor Window TempConf SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual And . . . Click on SV button on Temp gauge Read: SV Click on Read H/L button.

  • Page 107

    • As soon as the PWA is removed from the transmitter, put it in an electrically conductive bag or wrap it in aluminum foil to protect it. 1/99 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page...

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    See Figure 27. This changes failsafe action from upscale to downscale. Reverse applicable previous steps to replace PWA/module. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Continued on next page 1/99...

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    Verify that the status messages are the same as recorded in Step 3. Plastic Bracket Screw Power Connector Failsafe Jumper Daughter PWA Write Protect Jumper Connector Screw SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Temperature Input Connector Screw...

  • Page 110

    In fact, you can restore the saved configuration database in any number of transmitters as long as you change the tag number (Tag ID) in the restored database. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 111: Section 9 Maintenance, Introduction, Preventive Maintenance, Inspecting And Cleaning Barrier Diaphragms

    1/99 Maintenance Topic Introduction ... 99 Preventive Maintenance... 100 Inspecting and Cleaning Barrier Diaphragms ... 101 Replacing Electronics Module or PROM... 103 Replacing Meter Body Center Section... 108 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual See Page...

  • Page 112

    Preventive Maintenance Maintenance Routines The SMV 3000 transmitter itself does not require any specific And Schedules maintenance routine at regularly scheduled intervals. However, you should consider carrying out these typical inspection and maintenance routines on a schedule that is dictated by the characteristics of the process medium being measured and whether blow-down facilities are being used.

  • Page 113

    Remove nuts from bolts that hold process heads to meter body. Remove process heads and bolts. Nuts Process head Center O-ring section SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual O-ring Bolts Process head 22520 Continued on next page...

  • Page 114

    3. Full torque Return transmitter to service. CAUTION Do not exceed the overload rating when placing the transmitter back into service or during cleaning operations. See Overpressure ratings in Section 3 of this manual. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued 22519 1/99...

  • Page 115

    Replacing Electronics Module or PROM Module description The electronics module used in the SMV 3000 transmitter is a two Printed Wiring Assembly design that includes an integral mounting bracket, we refer to the PWAs as Main PWA and Temperature or Daughter PWA as a way to distinguish them.

  • Page 116

    Electronics Module Flex-Tape and Power Connectors End-cap lock Remove screw holding molding/retaining clip to Main PWA and remove molding/retaining clip from Main PWA. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued 22365 Temperature Input Connector Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 117

    We recommend that you use a ground strap or ionizer when handling the plug-in PROM, since electrostatic discharges can cause PROM failures. If you are replacing the… Electronics module PROM SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Plastic Bracket Daughter PWA Temperature...

  • Page 118

    Verify that 10-digit identification number on label under new PROM matches PROM ID number stamped on meter body nameplate. If PROM numbers don’t match, you must order a new PROM specifying PROM number from meter body nameplate. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Pin 1 Notch...

  • Page 119

    (See Section 10.5 in this manual) for PV1 and PV2, and do an input zero correction for PV1 to compensate for any minor error. Also, check PV3 zero point. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Pin 1 Notch...

  • Page 120: Replacing Meter Body Center Section

    PROM supplied with new meter body center section. Use 4mm size allen wrench to loosen set screw outside housing. Carefully unscrew meter body including integral flex-tape assembly counterclockwise from electronics housing. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Slot for Set Screw Center Section Process...

  • Page 121

    “Neverseize” or equivalent. Carefully assemble process heads and bolts to new center section. Finger tighten nuts. Nuts O-ring Process head Center section SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Flex-Tape Assembly O-ring Bolts Process head 22370 Continued on next page...

  • Page 122: Section 10 Calibration

    (See Section 10.6 in this manual) for PV1 and PV2, and do an input zero correction for PV1 to compensate for any minor error. Also, check PV3 zero point. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued 22519 1/99...

  • Page 123: Calibrating Analog Output Signal, Introduction, Overview, Calibrating Pv1 And Pv2 Range Values, Resetting Calibration

    PV1 and static pressure PV2. It also covers the procedure for resetting calibration to default values as a quick alternative to measurement range calibration. 1/99 Calibration Topic SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual See Page...

  • Page 124

    You can reset the calibration data for any given measurement range to default values, if it is corrupted, until the transmitter can be recalibrated. See subsection 10.5 for details. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 125

    Calibration (which is recommended) or a Smart Field Communicator (SFC). Using the SCT, calibration procedures for the SMV 3000 are available in the on-line user manual. Step procedures for calibrating the SMV 3000 using the SFC can be found in the Smart Field Communicator Model STS103 Operating Guide, 34-ST-11-14.

  • Page 126

    See Figure 28 for a sample test equipment setup. Using the SCT, select the topic: Using the SFC: “Calibrating Output at 0 and 100% for an SMV 3000 Transmitter” and Click on “PV4 Output Calibration Form (FLOW OutCal)” to view the procedure.

  • Page 127

    You must have a precision pressure source with an accuracy of 0.04% or ATTENTION better to do a range calibration. Note that we factory calibrate SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitters with inches of water ranges using inches of water pressure referenced to a temperature of 39.2 F (4 C).

  • Page 128

    Vacuum/Gauge Source Precision Pressure Source * (For PV2 Calibration) Absolute Pressure Readout Device (Smart Meter) ST 3000 Model STA140 Absolute Pressure Transmitter with Smart Meter SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued 24Vdc Power Supply 24Vdc Power Supply Continued on next page...

  • Page 129

    Note that these are typical values and they may vary. However, our patented characterization method includes several techniques that help to ensure that this level of performance can be achieved. 1/99 Accuracy = 0.2% + Span 2768 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual • 100% 0.025 Continued on next page...

  • Page 130

    Using the SCT, select the topic: Using the SFC: Continued “Resetting Calibration for an SMV 3000 Transmitter” Follow the procedure for “Steps to Reset Calibration Data for an SMV 3000” in Section 7 of the SFC Operating Guide. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 131: Section 11 Troubleshooting, Introduction, Overview, Troubleshooting Using The Sct, Diagnostic Messages

    About This Section This section shows you how to use the SCT 3000 to access diagnostic messages generated by the SMV 3000. The SCT on-line user manual and help provides details for interpreting diagnostic messages and the steps to correct fault conditions.

  • Page 132

    11.2 Overview Diagnostics The SMV 3000 transmitter is constantly running internal diagnostics to monitor sensor and transmitter functions. The SCT and SFC, when connected to the SMV control loop, monitor the transmitter functions, and status of the control loop and the communications link.

  • Page 133

    The SMV diagnostic messages fall into any one of the following general categories: Follow the steps in Table 30 to access diagnostic messages generated by the SMV 3000 and procedures for clearing transmitter fault conditions. Table 30 Accessing SMV 3000 Diagnostic Information using the SCT Step...

  • Page 134

    SFC and are noted. Table 31 lists Critical status diagnostic messages Table 32 - Non-critical status messages Table 33 - Communications status messages Table 34- Informational status messages Table 35- SFC Diagnostic messages SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 135

    STATUS TAG ID. PROM FAULT PROM FAULT PAC FAULT STATUS TAG ID. PAC FAULT SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause A/D circuit for PV3 input has failed. • Cycle transmitter power OFF/ON. • Replace electronics module. Characterization data for PV3 is •...

  • Page 136

    SUSPECT INPUT SUSPECT INPUT OUTP 1 TAG ID. SUSPCT INPUT PV2 SUSPCT INPUT PV2 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause What to Do Pressure input is two times • Wait for PV2 range to return to greater than URL for PV2.

  • Page 137

    OVERRANGE PV3 OVERRANGE PV3 STATUS TAG ID.# STATUS 9-0 ALGPARM INVALID STATUS 3-3 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause What to Do PV3 Input data seems wrong. • Cycle transmitter power OFF/ON. Sensor reading is extremely erratic. • Check sensor leads for weak area...

  • Page 138

    TAG ID.# CORRECTS RST PV2 CORRECTS RST PV2 STATUS TAG ID.# CORR. ACTIVE PV3 CORR. ACTIVE PV3 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause Problem with absolute/gauge • Verify that absolute/gauge pressure input PV2 or input pressure input is correct for processing circuitry for PV2.

  • Page 139

    EX. SPAN COR PV3 STATUS TAG ID.# EX. SPAN COR PV4 EX. SPAN COR PV4 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause Calculated flow rate PV4 has been Nothing – or do a reset corrects. calibrated. Either the temperature (PV3) or the...

  • Page 140

    TAG ID.# IN CUTOFF PV4 IN CUTOFF PV4 STATUS TAG ID.# INPUT MODE PV1 INPUT MODE PV1 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause ZERO correction factor is outside • Verify calibration. acceptable limits for PV1 range. • If error persists, call the...

  • Page 141

    TAG ID.# M.B. OVERTEMP M.B. OVERTEMP STATUS TAG ID.# NO DAC TEMP COMP NO DAC TEMPCOMP SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause What to Do Transmitter is simulating input for Exit Input mode: PV2. SCT – Press “Clear Input Mode”...

  • Page 142

    OUTPUT MODE PV3 STATUS TAG ID.# OUTPUT MODE PV4 OUTPUT MODE PV4 STATUS 3-7 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause Analog transmitter is operating as a Exit Output Mode: current source for PV1 output. SCT – Press “Clear Output Mode”...

  • Page 143

    Range Sensor Mismatch PV3 1/99 Continued STATUS 9-7 SAVE/RESTORE SNSR MISMTCH PV3 TYPE MISMATCH SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause • Verify high or low Reynolds The high or low Reynolds number number limit. limit was exceeded. •...

  • Page 144

    END AROUND ERR SAVE/RESTORE RESTORE FAILED TAG NO. ILLEGAL RESPONSE URV 3 . TAG ID. INVALID REQUEST SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause Communications aborted. Retry aborted operation. SFC – Pressed [ ] key during communications operation. Communications unsuccessful.

  • Page 145

    TAG NO. FAILED COMM CHK TAG NO. HI RES/LO VOLT TAG NO. NO XMTR RESPONSE SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause What to Do Transmitter sent a negative Check configuration and try again. response because it could not process one or more commands.

  • Page 146

    4 WIRE RTD PV3 STATUS 4-3 STATUS 4-4 URV 1 . TAG ID. WRITE PROTECTED SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause What to Do PV3 input is being provided by Nothing – Information only. However, 2-wire Thermocouple (T/C) type.

  • Page 147

    TAG NO. LOW LOOP RES TAG NO. SFC FAULT URV 1 . TAG ID. >RANGE “H20_39F SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Possible Cause Applicable PV4 algorithm Enter and download desired parameter is set to default value of value to transmitter database.

  • Page 149: Section 12 Parts List, Replacement Parts

    • Parts denoted with a “†” are recommended spares. See Table 39 for summary list of recommended spare parts. Figure 29 shows major parts for given model with parts list Figure reference 1/99 Section 12 Parts List SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued on next page...

  • Page 150

    12.1 Replacement Parts, Figure 29 Major SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitter Parts Reference. Angle Bracket Mounting Kit Part Number 30752770-003 Continued SMV 3000 Electronics Housing Assembly See Figure 30 Meter Body See Figure 32 Mounting Kit Part Number 51196557-001 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual...

  • Page 151

    2. These parts, including the attached cable assembly that plugs into the electronics module, are part of the center section – shown for reference purposes only. See Figure 32 for meter body parts. 1/99 Continued K12 K13 K5 K4 See note 2 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual note 1 Continued on next page...

  • Page 152

    Cap assembly, meter (Table III selection ME) 30752006-501 Cap, terminal 30752008-501 Cap, electronics 30753997-001 Retainer, molding 30752557-507 Housing, electronics without lightning protection 30752557-508 Housing, electronics with lightning protection Continued Description SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Quantity Per Unit Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 153

    Tapping screw, number 4, 4.75 mm lg Screw, pan head, metric, M4, 6 mm long Lockwasher, metric, M4 Pipe plug, socket type Set screw, metric, M8, 18 mm long 1/99 Continued Description SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Quantity Per Kit Continued on next page...

  • Page 154

    12.1 Replacement Parts, Figure 31 SMV 3000 Terminal Block Assembly Table 37 Parts Identification for Callouts in Figure 31 Part Number 51197487-001 Terminal block assembly kit (black, without lightning protection) 51197487-002 Terminal block assembly kit (red, with lightning protection) Terminal washer...

  • Page 155

    Bolt, hex head, metric, M12, 90mm lg., process heads 30753785-001 St. steel vent/drain and plug kit Pipe plug Vent plug Vent bushing 1/99 Continued K7 K13 Description SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 22372 Quantity Per Unit Continued on next page...

  • Page 156

    Flange adapter kit (hastelloy C flange adapters with 316 st. steel bolts) Bolt, hex head, 7/16-20 UNF, 1.375 inches lg., flange adapter Gasket, flange adapter Flange adapter Continued Description SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Quantity Per Unit Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 157

    Process head assembly kit (stainless steel DIN head without side vent/drain) Pipe plug Vent plug Vent bushing Gasket (Viton), process head Gasket (PTFE), flange adapter Process head 1/99 Continued Description SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Quantity Per Unit Continued on next page...

  • Page 158

    Gauge Pressure models (SMG170) nameplate * For spare meter bodies, we recommend that you keep a complete transmitter assembly as a spare unit. Continued Figure Description Number SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Reference Spares for 1-10 10-100 Number Units Units...

  • Page 159: Section 13 Reference Drawings, Wiring Diagrams And Installation Drawings

    The following table lists available installation drawings for reference. If you need a copy of a drawing, please determine the appropriate drawing number from the following table and contact your Honeywell representative to obtain a copy. For Mounting Transmitter on a . . .

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    SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 161: Appendix A – Pm/apm/hpm Smv 3000 Integration, A.1 Overview, A.2 Description, A.3 Data Exchange Functions

    A.4 Installation ... 157 A.5 Configuration... 159 A.6 Operation Notes ... 164 Purpose of this This appendix provides an introduction to PM/APM/HPM SMV 3000 appendix Integration as a supplement to general information in the PM/APM Smartline Transmitter Integration Manual. Reader assumptions •...

  • Page 162

    4 to 20 milliampere transmission in common analog measurement operations. It is transformed into the path for digital data exchange when the SMV 3000 transmitter is configured for DE mode operation. In the DE mode, the transmitter continuously broadcasts data in a 6-byte format as defined through configuration.

  • Page 163

    Description, Diagram: Typical Figure A-1 shows a typical PM/APM/HPM SMV 3000 integration Integration Hierarchy hierarchy with the transmitter connected to the system through an STI FTA, and a multivariable STIMV IOP in the PM/APM/HPM. Figure A-1 Typical PM/APM/HPM SMV 3000 Integration Hierarchy.

  • Page 164

    The exchange of data over the bi-directional data path between the SMV 3000 transmitter and the PM/APM/HPM is based on imaging SMV 3000 data through the use of Analog Input (AI) point parameters in the STIMV IOP for each transmitter PV. This is done by mapping parameters from the transmitter to the IOP, and from the IOP to the transmitter as shown in Figure A-2.

  • Page 165

    The STIMV IOP contains sixteen AI points which are read/write accessible from the PMM and upper network components as shown in Figure A-3. Figure A-3 shows four SMV 3000 transmitters with four PVs each connected to IOP points 1, 5, 9 and 13, respectively.

  • Page 166

    To accommodate all the PVs that can be associated with a given Transmitter SMV 3000 transmitter, you must build an AI point for each PV up to a maximum of four points (PVs) per transmitter. Each point built must have the same name assigned for the STITAG parameter and be assigned to contiguous slots.

  • Page 167

    Data Exchange Functions, About Number Of PVs The number of PVs that a given SMV 3000 transmitter supports is determined upon its database configuration. Using the SCT 3000, SFC or through the universal station, the SMV can be configured to select (or turn ON) any number of PVs for broadcast to the IOP.

  • Page 168

    Table A-2 lists the maximum database size and transmission time for the Broadcast SMV 3000. The actual time may be less, if less options are configured. See Section 3 in the PM/APM Smartline Transmitter Integration Manual for other DE protocol data. Remember that transmitters only broadcast bytes of their database in the DE 6-byte format.

  • Page 169

    PVs could conflict with other slots causing contention problems and bad PV indications. Wiring Connections You wire the SMV 3000 transmitter for integration the way you would any other Smartline transmitter. See Section 5 in the PM/APM Smartline Transmitter Integration Manual for details.

  • Page 170

    ST 3000 transmitter to an allocated logical slot and an SMV 3000 transmitter to a slot that causes a logical slot to wrap around the IOP boundary. Note that the FTA shown in Figure A-5 is a non- redundant type and the connection designations, styles, and locations will vary for redundant type FTAs.

  • Page 171: A.5 Configuration

    The general procedure for building STIMV IOP points is covered in Section 6 of the PM/APM Smartline Transmitter Integration Manual. Use this procedure to build and load an Analog Input point for each SMV 3000 transmitter PV. Supplement the Parameter Entry Display (PED) selection information with the SMV 3000 specific data in this section.

  • Page 172

    PED pages. EUDESC Parameter Enter the engineering unit description for each PV of the SMV 3000 that you want the universal station to show for the given PV. (Normally, these units will be the same as the units entered in the STI_EU parameter, which is described on the next page.) Please note that for PV4, if rate of flow...

  • Page 173

    Configuration, SENSRTYP Parameter The default sensor type for a given SMV 3000 transmitter PV is listed in Table A-4. Table A-4 IF Process Variable Number is… * Use SPT_AP if PV2 is measuring absolute pressure or gauge pressure. When using an SMV Model SMG170, the SENSRTYP parameter for PV2...

  • Page 174

    PV_SV_DB URL Parameter Table A-7 lists example Upper Range Limits for a given SMV 3000 transmitter PV. Remember that you can enter the desired URL for the PV4 range through the SCT 3000, but URL for PV1, PV2, and PV3 is a read only fixed value (determined by SMV model and process temperature sensor type).

  • Page 175

    Configuration, DAMPING Parameter The damping value is a real number selection from the transmitter range values shown in Table A-8 for a given SMV 3000 transmitter PV. Table A-8 IF Process Variable Number is… The IOP may temporarily convert the entered damping value to a standard ATTENTION damping enumeration until it accesses the transmitter’s database.

  • Page 176: A.6 Operation Notes

    This section outlines some differences in operations that are unique to the multivariable STIMV IOP and the SMV 3000 transmitter in particular. Detail Display Page 2 of the Detail display for a multivariable STIM point includes an...

  • Page 177

    : COMMAND ALLOWED ONLY ON FIRST SLOT OF MULTIPLE PV XMTRS Message means you can only initiate DECONF download from Detail display for slot 1 or PV number 1. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 23 Jun 98 11:15:23 03 UNIT 01 CONFIG PAGE LINEAR PVLOPR...

  • Page 178

    Conversion Values for PV1 and PV2 Pressures Unit 1.001784985 1.8682681 0.03612629 0.249082 0.000249082 2.49082 mBAR 0.00249082 g/cm2 2.539929 Kg/cm2 0.002539929 0.07355387 25.4 0.0254 0.00245824582 1.000972512 Conversion Values for PV3 Temperature Unit SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 32.0 273.14844 491.67188 1/99...

  • Page 179

    Conversion Values for PV4 as Volumetric Flow Rate Conversion Multiplier m3/h gal/h 264.172 1,000 cc/h 1,000,000 0.01666667 /min 4.402867 l/min 16.66667 16,666.67 /day 6340.129 6.340129 150.9554 0.0002777778 /sec 0.5885777786915 35.31466672149 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Conversion Offset Continued on next page...

  • Page 180

    Secondary Variable If the SMV 3000 transmitter’s PV Type configuration is PV1 w/SV, the Reference SECVAR field on page 2 of the detail display for slot 1 shows the temperature of the meter body as the secondary variable. The base engineering unit for the secondary variable is degrees Celsius.

  • Page 181

    (PVs) associated with a given SMV 3000 transmitter. However, if the number of IOP slots allocated differs from the number of PVs configured in the SMV 3000 transmitter, only the slots reserved by the IOP will be flagged as bad. A download command from slot 1 usually clears Bad PV indication from all but the offending slot (PV).

  • Page 182

    SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

  • Page 183

    Appendix B SMV 3000 Configuration Record Sheet SMV 3000 The following configuration sheets provide a means to record the SMV Configuration Data 3000 configuration database. You may want to fill it out prior to creating Sheets the transmitter database file or before performing on-line configuration.

  • Page 184

    (default depends on SMV 3000 model number - specify gauge or absolute) Barometric Pressure: ___________ (If using SMV 3000 in a flow application and you specify the SMG170 model number, enter the barometric pressure) (Default is 14.7 psia) 1c. Process Temperature - PV3 - Configuration Section PV3 Damping (sec.):...

  • Page 185

    Appendix B– Configuration Record Sheet, 2. Flow - PV4 - Configuration Section (If using SMV 3000 for PV1, PV2 and PV3 measurement only, do not complete flow section.) 2a. Dynamic Flow Compensation Section (If you are using a primary element that is not listed, use the Standard Flow Equation Section below.) Flow Element Type: Orifice - Flange Taps (ASME-ISO) D >/= 2.3 inches...

  • Page 186

    100 ___ High Limit ________ (defaults are zero) PV2 Failsafe Off ___ PV3 Failsafe Off ___ temperature – deg. F temperature – deg. F SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued URL ________ l/h ___ l/min ___ gal/h ___ gal/min ___...

  • Page 187: Appendix C —pv4 Flow Variable Equations, C.1 Overview, C.2 Standard Flow Equation

    Reader Assumptions It is assumed that you are familiar with the flow application in which the SMV 3000 multivariable transmitter is to be used and that you are familiar with using the SCT 3000 Smartline configuration Toolkit. Reference Data...

  • Page 188

    Equation Model page of the Flow Compensation Wizard. dimensional units density pressure temperature. orifice plates Venturis nozzles averaging pitot tubes and other flow elements with outputs proportional to accuracy. See Subsection C.3. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual DP . Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 189

    Continued Air Through a Venturi Meter Configuration Example Action Select a template for the SMV 3000 model you have for your flow application. Select standard volume flow in the Algorithm field of the FlowAlg tab and then select the Engineering Units (CFM) on the FlowConf tab card.

  • Page 190

    Use the procedure in subsection 7.5, Using Transmitter to Simulate PV Input to verify the Kuser and flow calculation for this application. You can simulate inputs for PV1, PV2, and PV3 to verify PV4 output. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual O @ 39.2 °F “ in each check box):...

  • Page 191

    Superheated Steam using an Averaging Pitot Tube Configuration Example Action Select a template for the SMV 3000 model you have for your flow application. Select superheated steam mass flow in the Algorithm field of the FlowAlg tab and then select the Engineering Units (lb/h) on the FlowConf tab card.

  • Page 192

    Use the procedure in subsection 7.5, Using Transmitter to Simulate PV Input to verify the Kuser and flow calculation for this application. You can simulate inputs for PV1, PV2, and PV3 to verify PV4 output. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual “ in each check box): 1/99...

  • Page 193

    Dynamic Compensation Flow Equation Dynamic The Dynamic Compensation Flow Equation provides algorithms for use in Compensation Flow determining a highly accurate PV4 flow variable for SMV 3000. Use Equation dynamic compensation to measure liquids, gases, and steam. Dynamic compensation flow equation compensates for:...

  • Page 194

    Step Liquid Propane Configuration Example Action Select a template for the SMV 3000 model you have for your flow application. Select mass flow in the Algorithm field of the FlowAlg tab and then select the Engineering Units (lb/m) on the FlowConf tab card.

  • Page 195

    Click Yes to refit the curve with the new limits. Graph coordinates will appear when the mouse is clicked on the graph. Select Next to proceed to the Flowing Variables page. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Continued on next page...

  • Page 196

    Wizard values that were calculated from the Wizard table data. Many of these values are used inside the SMV 3000 Multivariable Transmitter to compensate and calculate the flow for your application. Review the data to make sure the correct choices have been made based on your flow application.

  • Page 197

    , and the standard density if 0.0764 lbs/ft Air Configuration Example Action Select a template for the SMV 3000 model you have for your flow application. Select Standard Volumetric flow in the Algorithm field of the FlowAlg tab and then select the Engineering Units (CFM) on the FlowConf tab card.

  • Page 198

    Click Yes to refit the curve with the new limits. Graph coordinates will appear when the mouse is clicked on the graph. Click Next to proceed to the Density Variables page. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Continued on Next page 1/99...

  • Page 199

    Wizard values that were calculated from the Wizard table data. Many of these values are used inside the SMV 3000 Multivariable Transmitter to compensate and calculate the flow for your application. Review the data to make sure the correct choices have been made based on your flow application.

  • Page 200

    (815.5 °C), assuming that the temperature sensor used (RTD or thermocouple) can cover this range, with the exception noted above. Example: An engineer has specified a SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Transmitter Superheated Steam to dynamically compensate and calculate the mass flowrate of superheated steam through a standard 304 SS orifice meter with flange taps.

  • Page 201

    1/99 Superheated Steam Configuration Example Action Select a template for the SMV 3000 model you have for your flow application. Select superheated steam mass flow in the Algorithm field of the FlowAlg tab and then select the Engineering Units (lb/h) on the FlowConf tab card.

  • Page 202

    Enter the relevant process information from the Orifice Sizing Data Sheet in each entry field of the Density Variables page. Isentropic Exponent * = 1.4044 Click Next to proceed to the Flowing Variables page. SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual Continued Continued on next page 1/99...

  • Page 203

    Wizard values that were calculated from the Wizard table data. Many of these values are used inside the SMV 3000 Multivariable Transmitter to compensate and calculate the flow for your application. Review the data to make sure the correct choices have been made based on your flow application.

  • Page 205

    Overpressure Rating have been enhanced for some models. A summary of specifications is given in Table 6. The new version, which will continue as SMV 3000, differs only in the physical size and form of the meter body, process head, and associated With exceptions noted in this addendum, information given in 34-SM-25-02 SMV 3000 Multivariable Transmitter User’s Manual...

  • Page 206: Figure 32 Smv 3000 Meter Body, Table 3 Transmitter Overpressure Ratings

    For applicability of parts, refer to 34-SM-03-01 SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Flow Transmitter Specification and Model Selection Guide The numbers of installation drawings for transmitter models of revision S and greater is given in Table 7 of this addendum.

  • Page 207

    (See Note 1.) Note 1 – Part number 51451864XXX5 applies to the Meterbody for the STD 3000 Transmitter, Model STD110 (draft range). Figure 1 SMV 3000 Multivariable Transmitter – Meter Body and Process Heads (Rev S or greater) 03/04 51452557-001 5142557-002 and –003...

  • Page 208

    Table 3 Parts Identification for Callouts in Figure 1 Part Number (Obtain the complete Model Number from the nameplate on the Meterbody) 51452866-001 51452866-002 51452866-003 51452866-004 ································ ································ ································ 30753785-001 30753787-001 30753786-001 ································ ································ ································ 51452865-001 51452865-002 ································· ································· ································· 51452868-001 51452868-002 51452868-004...

  • Page 209

    Table 4 Flange Adapter Kits Part Number 51452867-110 51452867-210 51452867-310 51452867-410 51452867-150 51452867-350 51452867-130 51452867-330 ··································· ··································· ··································· 51452867-100 51452867-200 51452867-300 51452867-400 ··································· ··································· ··································· 03/04 Description Flange Adapter Kit, with: SS Flange Adapters and with carbon steel bolts SS Flange Adapters and with A286 SS (NACE) bolts SS Flange Adapters and with 316 SS (non-NACE) bolts SS Flange Adapters and with B7M alloy steel bolts Monel Flange Adapters and with carbon steel bolts...

  • Page 210

    Table 5 Process Head Assembly Kits Part Number 51452864-010 51452864-012 51452864-020 51452864-022 51452864-030 51452864-032 51452864-040 51452864-042 51452864-110 51452864-112 51452864-120 51452864-122 51452864-130 51452864-132 51452864-140 51452864-142 ··································· ··································· ··································· ··································· ··································· ··································· 6 of 8 Description Process Head Assembly Kit, with PTFE Gasket and with: Carbon steel head (zinc plated) without side vent/drain Carbon steel head (zinc plated) with side vent/drain Stainless steel head without side vent/drain...

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    Note 1 Maximum Working Pressure Rating and Overpressure Rating may vary with materials of construction and with process temperature. For more specific information, refer to: 34-SM-03-01 SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Flow Transmitter Specification and Model Selection Guide. Table 7 Dimension Drawings for Transmitter Models (Revision S or Greater) For Mounting Transmitter on a…...

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    03/04 34-SM-99-01 (Addendum to 33-SM-25-02) 8 of 8...

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    Hazardous locations, 36 Lightning protection, 35 Line Filter (PV3), 53 Loop resistance, 30 Loop wiring, 32 non-intrinsically safe, 32 Low flow cutoff (PV4), 72 limits, 72 (PV1), 55 (PV2), 60 (PV3), 65, 66 (PV4), 70, 71 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

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    Output Linearization (PV3), 62 Output meter, 32 Overpressure rating, 15 Parts identification, 137 PIUOTDCF Parameter, 163 Platinum 100 ohm (RTD), 16, 63 PM/APM/HPM SMV 3000 Integration, 150 PM/SMV 3000 Integration Configuration, 159 Data exchange functions, 152 Detail display, 164 Hierarchy, 151...

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    Valve Cavitation, 14 Verify Flow Configuration, 78 Vibration Sources, 14 Wiring Loop/power, 32 Index Optional analog meter, 33 Temperature sensor input, 33 Write protect option, 43 Jumper, 43 Zero shift, 23 SMV 3000 Transmitter User’s Manual 1/99...

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    Industrial Automation and Control Honeywell Inc. 16404 N. Black Canyon Phoenix, Arizona 85023...

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