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SITRANS F
Electromagnetic Flowmeters
MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter
Operating Instructions
Edition
04/2016
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  • Page 1 SITRANS F Electromagnetic Flowmeters MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions Edition 04/2016 Answers for industry.
  • Page 3 Introduction Safety notes Description SITRANS F Installing/Mounting Electromagnetic Flowmeters MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de Connecting transmitter Commissioning Operating Instructions Functions Alarm, error, and system messages Service and maintenance Troubleshooting/FAQs Technical data Spare parts/Accessories Menu diagrams Factory settings Electromagnetic flow transmitter designed for use with flow sensor types Control drawing...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction ............................. 7 Preface ............................7 Items supplied ........................... 7 History ............................7 Device identification ........................8 Further Information ........................9 Safety notes ............................11 General safety instructions ..................... 11 Laws and directives ........................ 11 Installation in hazardous area ....................12 2.3.1 ATEX 2 GD approval ......................
  • Page 6 Table of contents Reassembling the device ....................... 37 Commissioning ............................. 39 Local user interface ........................ 39 Menu structure ........................41 Changing password ....................... 42 Changing basic settings ......................42 Changing operator menu setup ..................... 45 Changing language ........................ 46 Functions .............................. 47 Introduction ..........................
  • Page 7 Table of contents 12.2 Accessories ..........................71 12.3 Spare parts ..........................72 Menu diagrams ............................. 73 Transmitter menu overview ....................73 Basic settings .......................... 75 Current output ......................... 76 Digital output - pulse ....................... 77 Digital output - frequency ......................77 Error level ..........................
  • Page 8 Table of contents MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction Preface These instructions contain all the information you need for using the device. The instructions are aimed at persons mechanically installing the device, connecting it electrically, configuring the parameters and commissioning it, as well as service and maintenance engineers. Note It is the responsibility of the customer that the instructions and directions provided in the operating instructions are read, understood, and followed by the relevant personnel before...
  • Page 10: Device Identification

    "?". The unit can still be changed. – Improved minimum supply voltage for current output to 12 V. Document revision identification changed according • to new SIEMENS standard 04/2016 4.04 Various technical specifications updated • Control drawing updated •...
  • Page 11: Further Information

    Product information on the Internet The Operating Instructions are available on the CD-ROM shipped with the device, and on the Internet on the Siemens homepage, where further information on the range of SITRANS F flowmeters may also be found: Product information on the internet (http://www.siemens.com/flowdocumentation)
  • Page 12 Introduction 1.5 Further Information MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 13: Safety Notes

    Safety notes General safety instructions CAUTION Correct, reliable operation of the product requires proper transport, storage, positioning and assembly as well as careful operation and maintenance. Only qualified personnel should install or operate this instrument. Note Alterations to the product, including opening or improper modifications of the product, are not permitted.
  • Page 14: Installation In Hazardous Area

    Siemens Flow Instruments can provide assistance with the selection of wetted sensor parts. However, the full responsibility for the selection rests with the customer and Siemens Flow Instruments can take no responsibility for any failure due to material incompatibility. CE marked equipment The CE-mark symbolizes the compliance of the device with the following directives: ●...
  • Page 15: Atex 2 Gd Approval

    Safety notes 2.3 Installation in hazardous area WARNING Laying of cables Cable for use in Zone 1 and 2 or 21 and 22 must satisfy the requirements for having a proof voltage > 500 V AC applied between the conductor/ground, conductor/shield and shield/ground.
  • Page 16 Safety notes 2.3 Installation in hazardous area Compact transmitter version: ● Ex d e [ia] ia IIC T3-T6 Gb Ex tD A21 IP67 T** °C (** pipe temperature +5K, but not less than T85 °C (MAG 3100 / MAG 3100 P) ●...
  • Page 17 Safety notes 2.3 Installation in hazardous area WARNING Fail-safe protection With intrinsically safe circuits, use only certified meters appropriate for the transmitter. If a non-conforming suuply unit is used, the "fail-safe" type of protection wil no longer be effective and the approval certification will be invalid. User I/O interface Remote MAG 6000 I: Model 7ME693-2BA4/5 Compact:...
  • Page 18 Safety notes 2.3 Installation in hazardous area Special conditions for ATEX 2 GD It is required that: ● the equipment is supplied with its current output (terminals 31 and 32) in "Passive mode only. ● the external connections to terminals 85 and 86 shall comply with the following: –...
  • Page 19: Fm/csa Class I, Zone 1 Approval

    Safety notes 2.3 Installation in hazardous area 2.3.2 FM/CSA Class I, Zone 1 approval Compact and remote versions FM: Class I, Zone 1 IIC CSA: Class I, Zone 1 IIC, Zone 21 User I/O interface Remote MAG 6000 I: Model 7ME693-2BA4/5 Compact: MAG 6000 I with MAG 1100: Model 7ME6110-xxx2x-xD/E MAG 6000 I with MAG 1100 F: Model 7ME6140-xxx2x-xD/E...
  • Page 20: Fm Class I, Ii, Iii, Div 1 Approval

    3. Conduit seal is required within 460 mm (18") from MAG 6000 I in hazardous areas (Class I, Div. 1). The control drawings are found on the CD-ROM shipped with the device and on the Siemens homepage at http://www.siemens.com/flowdocumentation. See also...
  • Page 21: Description

    Description Applications The pulsed DC-powered magnetic flowmeters are suitable for measuring the flow of almost all electrically conductive liquids, pastes, and slurries with max. 40% solids. The main applications can be found in the following sectors: ● Water and waste water ●...
  • Page 22: Design

    Description 3.3 Design Design The SITRANS F M MAG 6000 I/MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter is designed for demands in the process industry. The robust cast aluminum housing provides superb protection, even in the most harsh industrial environments. Full input and output functionality is given even in the Ex version.
  • Page 23: Features

    Description 3.4 Features Features ● SENSORPROM memory unit ® – All SITRANS F M electromagnetic flowmeters feature a unique SENSORPROM ® memory unit which stores sensor calibration data as well as transmitter settings for the lifetime of the product. – At commissioning the flowmeter commences measurement without any initial programming.
  • Page 24: Theory Of Operation

    Description 3.5 Theory of operation Theory of operation The flow measuring principle is based on Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction. = When an electrical conductor of length L is moved at velocity v, perpendicular to the lines of flux through a magnetic field of strength B, the voltage Ui is induced at the ends of the conductor = L x B x v ●...
  • Page 25: Installing/mounting

    Installing/Mounting This chapter describes how to install the flowmeter in the compact version as well as in the remote version. SITRANS F flowmeters with minimum IP67/NEMA 4X enclosure rating are suitable for indoor and outdoor installations. All sensors have an associated SENSORPROM containing all necessary sensor data.
  • Page 26: Compact Installation

    Installing/Mounting 4.3 Compact installation To ensure optimum flow measurement, attention should be paid to the following: Vibrations Image 4-1 Avoid strong vibrations In installation with strong vibrations remote installation of the transmitter is recommended. Compact installation The flowmeter is delivered with default factory settings and start measuring the flow rate after power-up.
  • Page 27: Remote Installation

    Installing/Mounting 4.4 Remote installation Remote installation For remote versions the SENSORPROM has to be removed from the sensor terminal box ® and mounted in the remote transmitter. Image 4-3 Remote installation Cable length and type (as described in Cable requirements (Page 68)) must be used. For installation conditions for sensors, see respective sensor operating instructions.
  • Page 28 Installing/Mounting 4.4 Remote installation 3. Mount SENSORPROM in remote transmitter. ® 4. Fit M20 or ½" NPT cable glands on sensor terminal box. 5. Fit and connect electrode and coil cables as described in Connecting (Page 31). Note Unscreened cable ends must be kept as short as possible. Electrode cable and coil cable must be kept separate to prevent interference.
  • Page 29: Wall Mounting Using Standard Mounting Plate

    Installing/Mounting 4.4 Remote installation 4.4.1 Wall mounting using standard mounting plate 1. Fit the mounting plate on the transmitter using the mounting material provided 2. Mount transmitter with mounting plate on the wall. Image 4-4 Standard mounting plate For details on mounting plate, see Dimensions and weight (Page 63). Note The standard mounting plate is only suitable for wall mounting.
  • Page 30 Installing/Mounting 4.4 Remote installation Wall mounting 1. Fasten the assembly bracket to the back of the transmitter 2. Fasten the transmitter and assembly bracket to the wall Note The fastening brackets and nuts are not needed for wall mounting. Wall mounting with assembly bracket. Dimensions in mm (inch). MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 31: Connecting

    Connecting This chapter describes how to wire up the device without bus communication. In order to wire up devices with communication modules, e.g. HART, Profibus PA or DP, Foundation Fieldbus, DeviceNet or MODBUS, refer to the Operating Instructions for relevant add-on module.
  • Page 32: Safety Precautions

    Connecting 5.1 Safety precautions Safety precautions WARNING Mains supply from building installation Class II A fused (max. 16 A) circuit breaker must be installed in close proximity to the equipment and within easy reach of the operator. It must be marked as the disconnecting device for the equipment.
  • Page 33: Electrical Connection

    Connecting 5.2 Electrical connection Electrical connection MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 34 Connecting 5.2 Electrical connection Note Min. 4 mm is only required for ATEX 2 GD and FM/CSA Class I, Zone 1/21 installations. Note Terminals 81 and 84 are only to be connected if special electrode cable with double screening is used, e.g. when empty pipe function or long cables are used. Note Special cable with individual wire shields (shown as dotted lines) are only required when using empty pipe function or long cables.
  • Page 35: Connection Of Sensor And Transmitter In Remote Version

    Connecting 5.3 Connection of sensor and transmitter in remote version Active/passive current output Active/Passive Factory default Active MAG 6000 I Passive MAG 6000 I Ex version Connection of sensor and transmitter in remote version The following contains a short description of how to connect the sensor to the transmitter SITRANS F M MAG 6000 I.
  • Page 36 Connecting 5.3 Connection of sensor and transmitter in remote version 1. Relocate SENSORPROM memory unit from sensor to transmitter terminal block. ® 2. Fit coil and electrode cables through cable glands in sensor terminal box. 3. Connect signal and coil cables to transmitter as follows: MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 37 Connecting 5.3 Connection of sensor and transmitter in remote version ● Remove cover for connection board. ● Remove protection plate for connectors ● Remove the two connectors. ● Mount the two cables through the two cable glands and mount connectors on coil and electrode cables.
  • Page 38: Wiring In Hazardous Area

    Connecting 5.4 Wiring in hazardous area Wiring in hazardous area Hazardous area applications Special requirements apply to the location and interconnection of sensor and transmitter. See "Installation in hazardous area (Page 12)" The following shows how to connect the device in various applications. Current output in passive and active modes MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 39: Connection Of Bus Communication Add-on Modules

    91-97. For more information Refer to the relevant BUS communication Quick Start or Operating Instructions available at the SITRANS F literature CD or on the internet, at: www.siemens.com/flowdocumentation (www.siemens.com/flowdocumentation) Reassembling the device Ensure that the two screws (20 TORX) are tightened properly for correct assembly and proper ground connection.
  • Page 40 Connecting 5.6 Reassembling the device Ensure sufficient insulation by covering power supply terminals with plastic cover. Fasten the plastic cover with two screws. MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 41: Commissioning

    Commissioning In this chapter it is described how to commission the device via the local user interface (LUI). The display is described in details in section Local user interface (Page 39). Furthermore, the following functions are described in details: ● Changing password (Page 42) ●...
  • Page 42 Commissioning 6.1 Local user interface Image 6-2 Capacitive touch keypad Note Isolate the device from power when removing the glass lid If the glass lid is rotated during operation, the capacitive touch keypad automatically calibrates to align the distance from lid to keypad. To avoid any unintended programming during this calibration procedure, it is recommended to always isolate the device from power before removing the glass lid and until it is properly fixed to the device again.
  • Page 43: Menu Structure

    Commissioning 6.2 Menu structure Keypad The keypad is used to set the flowmeter. The keys function as follows: TOP UP KEY This key (when held for 2 sec.) is used to switch between operator menu and setup menu. In transmitter setup menu, a short press will cause a return to previous level.
  • Page 44: Changing Password

    Commissioning 6.3 Changing password Changing password The setup menu is password-protected in order to ensure that only authorized personnel can make any changes in transmitter settings. Change password as follows: 1. Press top up key for 2 sec. 2. Enter password. 3.
  • Page 45 Commissioning 6.4 Changing basic settings Parameter Description Totalizer Setting of unit and decimal point. Low flow cut-off Setting of a percentage of selected Q . This filters noise in installation reducing fluctuations in display and all outputs. Empty pipe cut-off When set to "On"...
  • Page 46 Commissioning 6.4 Changing basic settings Decimal point can be positioned and units set individually for flow rate in totalizer 1 and totalizer 2. MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 47: Changing Operator Menu Setup

    Commissioning 6.5 Changing operator menu setup Changing decimal point position 1. Enter the respective totalizer menu. 2. Use select key to position cursor below decimal point. 3. Use change key to move decimal point to requested position. Changing units 1. Use select key to position cursor below unit.
  • Page 48: Changing Language

    Commissioning 6.6 Changing language 6. Use select key to move cursor to line 3. 7. Use change key to select desired setting. 8. Press lock/unlock key to confirm new setting. 9. Repeat steps 1-8 for each requested menu. Showing/hiding menus in operator menu 1.
  • Page 49: Functions

    Functions Introduction This chapter describes the various menus of the transmitter in details. The menu diagrams are shown in appendix Menu diagrams (Page 73). Output settings Three outputs are available: ● Current output (range and time constant); terminals 31 and 32. ●...
  • Page 50: External Input

    Functions 7.3 External input Digital output Digital output can be used to configure various settings: ● Pulse (volume/pulse, pulse output, pulse width, pulse polarity, and time constant), see Pulse menu diagram (Page 77). ● Frequency (frequency output, max frequency, and time constant), see Frequency menu diagram (Page 77).
  • Page 51: Sensor Characteristics

    Functions 7.4 Sensor characteristics Sensor characteristics The sensor characteristics menu shows: ● If a SENSORPROM is installed or not ® ● Suppress error P 40 (SENSORPROM not installed) ® ● Sensor size ● Calibration factor ● Correction factor ● Excitation See also sensor characteristics menu diagram (Page 81).
  • Page 52 Functions 7.6 Service mode MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 53: Alarm, Error, And System Messages

    Alarm, error, and system messages Diagnostics Error system Transmitter system is equipped with an error and status log system with 4 groups of information. (I) Information - system will continue to measure as normal, relay and current outputs will not be affected.
  • Page 54 Alarm, error, and system messages 8.1 Diagnostics Acceptance levels The following three acceptance levels are selectable. ● Fatal error: Only fatal errors are registered as errors ● Permanent error: Permanent and fatal errors are registered as errors ● Warning (Default value): Warnings, permanent and fatal errors are registered as errors Error information is displayed in title and subtitle lines, see display layout (Page 39).
  • Page 55: List Of Error Numbers

    Alarm, error, and system messages 8.2 List of error numbers List of error numbers Error text Error Comment Output Input Remedy text status status I1 - Power on Device powered on Active Active I2 - Add-on module Applied A new module has been applied to the system Active Active I3 - Add-on module...
  • Page 56 Alarm, error, and system messages 8.2 List of error numbers Error text Error Comment Output Input Remedy text status status P42 - Current output Check cables Current loop is disconnected or the loop resistance Active Active is too big P43 - Internal error Switch off and on Too many errors occurred at the same time.
  • Page 57: Service And Maintenance

    ● Seal integrity of the process connections, cable entries, and cover screws ● Reliability of power supply, lightning protection, and grounds Unit repair NOTICE Repair and service must be carried out by Siemens authorized personnel only. Note Siemens defines flow sensors as non-repairable products. Technical support...
  • Page 58: Return Procedures

    ● Information about field service, repairs, spare parts and lots more under "Services." Additional Support Please contact your local Siemens representative and offices if you have additional questions about the device. Find your local contact partner at: http://www.automation.siemens.com/partner (http://www.automation.siemens.com/aspa_app/contactmenu.aspx?ci=yes&regid=DEF&lang...
  • Page 59 9.4 Return procedures Required forms ● Delivery Note ● Cover Note for Return Delivery with the following information Cover note (http://cache.automation.siemens.com/dnl/zY/zY0OTg1AAAA_16604370_TxtObj/Begleits chein_RW_AD.pdf) – product (ordering number) – number of devices or spare parts returned – reason for the return ● Declaration of Decontamination Declaration of Decontamination (http://pia.khe.siemens.com/efiles/feldg/files/Service/declaration_of_decontamination_en.
  • Page 60 Service and maintenance 9.4 Return procedures MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 61: Troubleshooting/faqs

    Troubleshooting/FAQs 10.1 Troubleshooting guide Symptom Output Error Cause Remedy signals code Empty display Minimum 1. No power supply Power supply Check MAG 5000/6000/6000 I for bended pins on the connector 2. MAG 5000/6000/6000 I Replace MAG 5000/6000/6000 I defective No flow signal Minimum 1.
  • Page 62: Transmitter Check List

    Troubleshooting/FAQs 10.2 Transmitter check list Symptom Output Error Cause Remedy signals code Maximum Flow exceeds 100% of Q Check Q (Basic Settings) Pulse overflow Volume/pulse too small Change volume/pulse Pulse width too large Change pulse width Measuring approx. 50% Missing one electrode connection Check cables Loss of totalizer data Initializing error Reset totalizer manually...
  • Page 63: Technical Data

    Technical data 11.1 Technical specifications Technical specifications for MAG 6000 I standard and Ex version Mode of operation and design Measuring principle Electromagnetic with pulsed constant field Empty pipe Detection of empty pipe (special cable re- quired in remote mounted installation) Excitation frequency Depends on sensor size Electrode input impedance...
  • Page 64 Technical data 11.1 Technical specifications Technical specifications for MAG 6000 I standard and Ex version Operation Standard version -25 to +60 °C (-13 to +140 °F) Ex version: -25 to +60 °C (-13 to +140 °F) Storage -40 to +70 °C (-40 to +158 °F) Mechanical load 18...1000 Hz random in x, y z, directions for 2 hours according to EN 60068-2-36 Transmitter:...
  • Page 65: Dimensions And Weight

    Technical data 11.2 Dimensions and weight Technical specifications for MAG 6000 I standard and Ex version Cable entries (remote installation) Standard version 2 x M25 (for supply/output) and 2 x M16 (for sensor connection) or 2 x ½" NPT (for supply/output) and 2 x M16 (for sensor connection) Ex version 2 x M20 (for supply/output) and...
  • Page 66: Accuracy

    Technical data 11.3 Accuracy 11.3 Accuracy For accuracy reference conditions, see below. Image 11-2 MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de with MAG 1100 (not PFA), MAG 1100 HT, MAG 1100 F (not PFA), MAG 5100 W, MAG 3100 P, MAG 3100 and MAG 3100 HT Reference conditions (ISO 9104 and DIN/EN 29104) A calibration certificate is shipped with every sensor and calibration data are stored in...
  • Page 67: Output Characteristics

    Technical data 11.4 Output characteristics Current output As pulse output ± (0.1% of actual flow + 0.05% FSO) Effect of ambient temperature Display/frequency/pulse output < ± 0.003% / °C act. Current output < ± 0.005% / °C act. Effect of supply voltage <...
  • Page 68 Technical data 11.4 Output characteristics Relay output Bidirectional mode Unidirectional mode Power down Active Error relay output Bidirectional mode Unidirectional mode No error Error Limit switch (can be used as direction switch) 1 set point 2 set points Passive Digital output Passive Digital output MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 69: Cable Data

    Technical data 11.5 Cable data Batch on digital output Unidirectional mode (forward flow only) Totalizer lap Batch on relay output Unidirectional mode (forward flow only) Hold Batch 11.5 Cable data Description Electrode or coil cable (standard) Electrode cable, double shielded (for empty pipe detection or low conductivity fluids) Cable kit with standard coil cable and electrode cable double shielded (also available as low noise cable for MAG 1100 sensor )
  • Page 70: Cable Requirements

    Technical data 11.6 Cable requirements Technical data Standard cable Double-shielded cable (electrode/coil) (electrode) Basic data No. of conductors Sqr. area 1.5 mm 0.25 mm Screen Double Color code Brown, blue, black Brown, blue, black Outside color Grey Grey Ext. diameter 7.8 mm 8.1 mm Conductor...
  • Page 71 Technical data 11.6 Cable requirements WARNING Wire insulation The insulation between the connected mains supply and 24 V AC/DC supply for the flowmeter must at least be rated with double or reinforced insulation at mains voltage. WARNING Cable glands For Ex zone 1 installations only certified cable glands with protection type "e" can be used for the power supply and the coil cable.
  • Page 72 Technical data 11.6 Cable requirements MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 73: Spare Parts/accessories

    Spare parts/Accessories 12.1 Ordering In order to ensure that the ordering data you are using is not outdated, the latest ordering data is always available on the Internet: Catalog process instrumentation (http://www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation/catalogs) 12.2 Accessories Description Order number Safety clamp 7ME5933-0AC06...
  • Page 74: Spare Parts

    Spare parts/Accessories 12.3 Spare parts 12.3 Spare parts Description Order number Standard wall mounting bracket 7ME5933-0AC04 Steel EN10088-2-1.4404 Display unit FDK-085U3122 Electronics cover with Ex glass plate A5E02593565 Cover for connection board incl. 7ME5933-0AC02 gasket (for remote version) Cover for mains supply/ 7ME5933-0AC03 communication including gasket MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter...
  • Page 75: Menu Diagrams

    Menu diagrams Transmitter menu overview The menu diagrams shown on the following pages apply to MAG 5000/6000 as well as MAG 6000 I. Image A-1 Transmitter menu overview (part 1) MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 76 Menu diagrams A.1 Transmitter menu overview Not available in MAG 5000 Add-on module Factory-set password: 1000 Not available when batch Only available when batch Image A-2 Transmitter menu overview (part 2) MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 77: Basic Settings

    Menu diagrams A.2 Basic settings Basic settings MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 78: Current Output

    Menu diagrams A.3 Current output The unit "BBL42" in the volume unit list is placed on the space for the customer unit (former "?"). The unit is shown as "BBL42" with the fitting conversion factor of 0.158987 m3, if not overwritten with customer's own unit text setup using PDM or ordered by using the Z-option Y20 in the ordering system.
  • Page 79: Digital Output - Pulse

    Menu diagrams A.4 Digital output - pulse Digital output - pulse Digital output - frequency Error level MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 80: Error Number

    Menu diagrams A.7 Error number Error number Direction/limit MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 81: Batch

    Menu diagrams A.9 Batch Batch Visible only on Digital output. Note If batch function is chosen on the relay output, the digital output will be turned off if it has been set up for pulse, frequency or batch. If digital output is set up for pulse, frequency or batch, then the relay output will be turned off if it has been set up for batch.
  • Page 82: External Input

    Menu diagrams A.10 External input A.10 External input The value showing totalizer 1 on the display is frozen for as long as the digital output is activated. However, totalizer 1 continues counting, and when the digital input is released, the value on the display again follows totalizer 1.
  • Page 83: Sensor Characteristics

    Menu diagrams A.11 Sensor characteristics A.11 Sensor characteristics Error status (level or number) on an output is updated only at the time the error status changes (occurs or disappears). If P40 is suppressed after it has been detected (at power up), the out- put does not change state.
  • Page 84: Reset Mode

    Menu diagrams A.12 Reset mode A.12 Reset mode MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 85: Service Mode

    Menu diagrams A.13 Service mode A.13 Service mode Signal suitability is a level from 0 to 9 of the electrode measured voltage. Level 0 is equal to the limit value that is set for empty pipe error detection, and level 9 is the best signal measured. If digital output is set to pulse (standard).
  • Page 86: Operator Menu Setup

    Menu diagrams A.14 Operator menu setup A.14 Operator menu setup MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 87 Menu diagrams A.14 Operator menu setup When selecting Batch amount for upper line, the upper line is initially blank. The amount done may not appear until the batch is started. 'Text' means that the text for the chosen measured value is shown. For example, if text is chosen in line 2 and flow rate is chosen in line 3, the text "Flow rate"...
  • Page 88: Product Identity

    Menu diagrams A.15 Product identity A.15 Product identity MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 89: Add-on Communication Module

    Menu diagrams A.16 Add-on communication module A.16 Add-on communication module Example: HART Note Burst mode is not available with HART communication MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 90 Menu diagrams A.16 Add-on communication module MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 91: Factory Settings

    Factory settings Transmitter factory settings The transmitter is delivered with the following factory settings: Menu item Parameter Factory Options More info settings Password Password 1000 1000 ... 9999 Changing password (Page 42) Basic settings Flow direction Positive Positive, negative Changing basic set- Sensor size Sensor size dependent...
  • Page 92 Factory settings B.1 Transmitter factory settings Menu item Parameter Factory Options More info settings Batch Batch (Page 79) Sensor size dependent Batch quantity • -100 ... +100 m Batch compen- • sation Down Up, down Batch counter • Frequency 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 5 kHz, 10 kHz Digital output - 0.1 ...
  • Page 93: 50 Hz Dimension Dependent Qmax

    Factory settings B.2 50 Hz Dimension dependent Qmax 50 Hz Dimension dependent Qmax Table B- 1 MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, MAG 3100, MAG 3100 P and MAG 5100 W with M20 cable glands max* Factory MAG 5100 W (Order no. 7ME6520) MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, 5100 W unit setting (Order no.
  • Page 94: 60 Hz Dimension Dependent

    Factory settings B.3 60 Hz Dimension dependent max* Factory MAG 5100 W (Order no. 7ME6520) MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, 5100 W unit setting (Order no. 7ME6580), MAG 3100, 3100 P mm (inch) min. max. min. max. 2200 (90) 50000 3421,195 136847.7 2400 (96)
  • Page 95 Factory settings B.3 60 Hz Dimension dependent Factory MAG 5100 W (Order no. 7ME6520) MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, 5100 W unit setting* (Order no. 7ME6580) MAG 3100, 3100 P mm (inch) min. max. min. max. 150 (6) 1101 69.32434 2772.973 70.02459 200 (8)
  • Page 96: 50 Hz Dimension Dependent Batch And Pulse Output Settings

    Factory settings B.4 50 Hz Dimension dependent batch and pulse output settings Factory MAG 5100 W (Order no. 7ME6520) MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, 5100 W unit setting* (Order no. 7ME6580) MAG 3100, 3100 P mm (inch) min. max. min. max.
  • Page 97 Factory settings B.4 50 Hz Dimension dependent batch and pulse output settings Volume/pulse or batch quantity* Factory setting MAG 5100 W (Order no. MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, 5100 W (Order Volume/ Pulse & Totali- 7ME6520) no. 7ME6580) MAG 3100, 3100 P pulse &...
  • Page 98: 60 Hz Dimension Dependent Batch And Pulse Output Settings

    Factory settings B.5 60 Hz Dimension dependent batch and pulse output settings 60 Hz Dimension dependent batch and pulse output settings 60 Hz Dimension dependent factory settings MAG 1100, MAG1100F, MAG 3100, MAG 3100 P and MAG 5100W with ½" NPT cable glands Volume/pulse or batch quantity MAG 5100 W (Order no.
  • Page 99 Factory settings B.5 60 Hz Dimension dependent batch and pulse output settings Volume/pulse or batch quantity MAG 5100 W (Order no. 7ME6520) MAG 1100, MAG 1100 F, 5100 W (Order no. 7ME6580) MAG 3100, 3100 P mm (inch) US G min. US G max.
  • Page 100 Factory settings B.5 60 Hz Dimension dependent batch and pulse output settings MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 101: Control Drawing

    Control drawing Control drawing MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 102 Control drawing C.1 Control drawing MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 103 Control drawing C.1 Control drawing MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 104 Control drawing C.1 Control drawing MAG 6000 I / MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitter Operating Instructions, 04/2016, A5E02083319-AG...
  • Page 105: Index

    Index Electrical connection, 37 Add-on modules, (See Communication module) Basic requirements, 33 Electrical connection:Add-on modules, 37 Cable specifications, 29 Alarm differentiation, 47 In hazardous area, 36 Alarm level, 47, 47 Safety, 29 Error handling, 51 Batch function, 47 Hazardous area Electrical connection, 36 Cable specifications, 29 Special conditions, 16...
  • Page 106 Index Mains supply, 30 Wire insulation, 30 Maintenance, 55 Wiring, (See Electrical connection) Material compatibility, 12 Measurement principle, 22 Menu structure, 41, 47 Nameplate, 9 Plug & Play, 21 Pressure Safety instructions, 23 Relay outputs, 48 Repair, 55 Return procedures, 56 Safety, 11 Instrument safety standards, 11 Sensor installation, 23...
  • Page 107 For more information www.siemens.com/flow Siemens A/S Subject to change without prior notice Flow Instruments Order No.: A5E02083319 Coriolisvej 1-3 Lit. No.: A5E02083319-AF DK-6400 Soenderborg © Siemens AG 04.2016 A5E02083319 www.siemens.com/processautomation...

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