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SITRANS FUH1010 IP65 NEMA 7 Compact
Precision Volume 7ME3601-3
Operating Instructions - September 2008
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  • Page 1 Ultrasonic flowmeters SITRANS FUH1010 IP65 NEMA 7 Compact Precision Volume 7ME3601-3 Operating Instructions - September 2008 SITRANS F...
  • Page 3 Special Cautionary Note Regarding Input Power Wiring for Compact Explosion Proof Flowmeters The compact area of the power wiring compartment located under the Rear Housing Cover does not permit labeling for connecting the flowmeter to its AC or DC power source. The labeled numbers 1,2 and 3 of connector P8 prompt the user to consult the 1010X-7 installation diagram in Appendix B for wiring details.
  • Page 5 (ESD). Please observe ESD control measures during the handling and connection process. Field Manual CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Sept. 2008 For use with Operating System Software Version 3.02.00 or later Copyright©2008 Siemens Industry, Inc. All Rights Reserved Made in the USA...
  • Page 6 Manual Changes NOTE: For the latest updates and revisions to this field manual go to: http://support.automation.siemens.com/ and check the Product Manual listing.
  • Page 7 1010FMA-57 MANUAL ADDENDUM Digital P-Gen Applications Procedure Update Manual Addendum September 2008 Copyright © 2008 Siemens Industry, Inc. All rights reserved Made in the USA...
  • Page 9 1010FMA-57 Manual Addendum Digital P-Gen Applications Procedure Update INTRODUCTION The following Digital P-Gen applications procedure is to be added to the Data Span/Set/Cal Menu section of the SITRANS liquid and gas flowmeter manuals listed below: Gas Flowmeter Manuals FUG1010 IP 65 (NEMA 4X) Clamp-On Gas Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010GCNFM-3) FUG1010 IP 65 (NEMA 7) Compact Clamp-On Gas Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010GCXFM-3) FUG1010 IP 65 (NEMA 7) Compact Insert Gas Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010GXFM-3)
  • Page 10 Manual Addendum 1010FMA-57 The example below demostrates how to calculate the AnCal flow rate based on the desired pulse output frequency and the entered PGEN (Pulses / Unit volume) setting: For PGEN setting = 53 Pulses /CU FT and a desired frequency = 1000 Hz 1.
  • Page 11 1010FMA-58 MANUAL ADDENDUM Digital Damping Procedure Update For Gas & Liquid Flowmeters Manual Addendum September 2008 Copyright © 2008 Siemens Industry, Inc. All rights reserved Made in the USA...
  • Page 13 1010FMA-58 Manual Addendum Digital Damping Procedure Update for Gas & Liquid Flowmeters INTRODUCTION The following Digital Damping procedure updates are for SITRANS F gas and liquid clamp-on flowmeters.Replace the Digital Damping Control: (Hot Key 1 and 2) procedure in the “Detection Modes” section (sub-paragraph: Command Modes) in the appropriate gas and liquid STIRANS F flowmeter manuals.
  • Page 14 Manual Addendum 1010FMA-58 To access the Digital Damping Control using the Test Facilities Graph Screen, proceed as follows: 1. To use the Test Facilities Graph Screen you must have a working site. 2. To activate the Test Facilities Graph Screen: In the main menu, scroll to the [Diagnostic Data] menu and select [Test Facilities].
  • Page 15 1010FMA-58 Manual Addendum To INCREASE the Digital Damping: 1. Press the <1> key while viewing the Test Facilities Graph Screen as shown above. The damping control [MinDamp #] should appear on the command line at the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
  • Page 16 Manual Addendum 1010FMA-58 Liquid Clamp-on Flowmeter Manuals Replace the Digital Damping Control: (Hot Key 1 and 2) procedure in the “Detection Modes” section (sub-paragraph: Command Modes) in the following flowmeter manuals: FUS1010 IP 65 (NEMA 4X) Clamp-On Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010NFM-3) FUE1010 IP 65 (NEMA 4X) Clamp-On Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010ENFM-3) FUH1010 IP 65 (NEMA 4X) Clamp-On Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010DVNFM-3) FUH1010 IP 65 (NEMA 4X) Clamp-On Flowmeter manual (CQO:1010PVNFM-3)
  • Page 17 1010FMA-58 Manual Addendum To access the Digital Damping Control using the Test Facilities Graph Screen, proceed as follows: 1. To use the Test Facilities Graph Screen you must have a working site. 2. To activate the Test Facilities Graph Screen: In the main menu, scroll to the [Diagnostic Data] menu and select [Test Facilities].
  • Page 18 Manual Addendum 1010FMA-58 To INCREASE the Digital Damping: 1. Press the <1> key while viewing the Test Facilities Graph Screen as shown above. The damping control [MinDamp #] should appear on the command line at the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
  • Page 19 Portable & NEMA Flowmeter Systems Manual Addendum July 2002 FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: FOR GENERAL INFORMATION: Call: (800) 333-7421 Website: www.sea.siemens.com/ia (631) 231-3600 E-mail: info.ultrasonicflow@siemens.com Fax: (631) 231-3334 Or: sales.ultrasonicflow@siemens.com E-mail: TSG.ultrasonicflow@siemens.com Copyright©2008 Siemens Industry, Inc. All Rights Reserved Made in the USA...
  • Page 21 Manual Addendum 1010FMA-4 SETUP PROCEDURE FOR “WET-FLOW CALIBRATED” 1010 SYSTEM Caution: DO NOT use the field manual installation procedure to startup a wet-flow calibrated system. Doing so could void the calibration by corrupting es- sential data. This addendum contains the only authorized instructions to be used when commissioning a wet-flow calibrated 1010 system.
  • Page 22 2.2.11 When measurements are completed, simply turn off the meter. DO NOT save the site. This might contaminate the wet-flow calibration data already stored. NOTE: Contact Siemens’ Technical Services Department if any flow calibration data is accidentally removed or overwritten.
  • Page 23 Manual Addendum 1010FMA-4 TRANSFER INSTALL FUNCTION All 1010 flowmeter operating systems (version 3.00.20 and greater) include the installation facil- ity called “Transfer Install.” This function permits the transducers to be repositioned while main- taining all calibration parameters and operation established during the water calibration. The Transfer Install function allows the transducers to be optimally positioned for a different fluid, without the need for a new Initial Makeup procedure.
  • Page 25: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents CQO:1010PVXFM-3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Sect./Page Section 1 Introduction To The FUH1010PVX/PVDX NEMA-7 Flowmeter ......1-1 System Hardware Description ................1-1 Introduction To The FUH1010PVX Operating System ........1-2 1.2.1 Installation Menu Overview ................1-2 1.2.2 Overview Of Real-Time Data Collection ............1-2 1.2.3 Standard Features .....................
  • Page 26 Table Of Contents CQO: 1010PVXFM-3 Sect./Page Typical FUH1010PVX Installation Menu Screen ..........2-22 Explanations Of Installation Menu Callouts ........... 2-22 Data Entry Procedures Using The RS-232 Interface ......... 2-23 2.8.1 Entering Alphanumeric Strings ............... 2-23 2.8.2 Selecting Items From An Option List ............... 2-24 Multiple Select Option Lists .................
  • Page 27 Table Of Contents CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Sect./Page 4.4.1 Low Flow Rates ....................4-4 4.4.2 Flow Data Scatter and Damping ................ 4-4 FUH1010 Damping and Slewing Controls ............. 4-4 Time Average ....................4-4 SmartSlew ....................4-4 4.4.3 Notes On Liquid Conditions ................4-5 4.4.4 Erroneous Liquid Parameter Specification ............
  • Page 28 Table Of Contents CQO: 1010PVXFM-3 Sect./Page How to Edit the Viscosity (cS) Setting ............5-15 How to Edit the Density (SG) Setting ............5-15 5.3.2 Activating The Liquid Table ................5-16 Setting The Liquid Slope ................5-16 Setting The Pressure Slope ................. 5-17 The Reference Base Temperature ...............
  • Page 29 Table Of Contents CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Sect./Page 5.6.4 Flow Display Scale ................... 5-41 5.6.5 Total Volume Units ..................5-41 5.6.6 Totalizer Scale ....................5-42 5.6.7 Total Resolution ....................5-43 5.6.8 Totalizer Mode ....................5-43 5.6.9 Batch/Sample Total ..................5-43 5.6.10 Reset Totalizer ....................5-43 The Data Span/Set/Cal Menu ................
  • Page 30 Table Of Contents CQO: 1010PVXFM-3 Sect./Page Assigning Io Output Functions ..............5-58 Assigning Pgen Output Functions ............... 5-58 5.9.2 Relay Setup ...................... 5-59 Assigning Relay 1 Functions ............... 5-59 Relay Option List ..................5-59 5.9.3 Analog Input Setup ..................5-60 Setting up the Analog Current Input ............
  • Page 31 Table Of Contents CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Sect./Page Section 6 The Diagnostic Data Menu ................6-1 Diagnostic Data Menu Structure ..............6-1 Main Diagnostics Screen ..................6-2 Diagnostic Main Menu Description ..............6-2 Flow Data Menu ....................6-3 Flow Data Menu Items ................. 6-3 Vs m/s ......................
  • Page 33: Introduction To The Fuh1010Pvx/Pvdx Nema-7 Flowmeter

    Section 1 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 INTRODUCTION TO THE FUH1010PVX/DVDX NEMA-7 FLOWMETER Congratulations on purchasing the FUH1010PVX/PVDX NEMA-7 flowmeter. For use in dedicated appli- cations, the FUH1010PVX utilizes the latest “cutting edge” technology yet is easy to setup and use. It will not take long for you to appreciate its unmatched performance and its many features such as the unique enhanced transit-time digitally coded MultiPulse technology.
  • Page 34: Introduction To The Fuh1010Pvx Operating System

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE 1010PVX OPERATING SYSTEM The System 1010PVX software resides on plug-in ROM chips. Software upgrades are easily imple- mented by simply replacing these chips either at the factory or in the field. All 1010 models provide a ready reference to the software version and modification code.
  • Page 35: Standard Features

    Wand programming. Flexible mounting - either on pipe or located up to 300 feet (100m) from the transducers. For distances greater then 300 feet, please contact Siemens Customer Service. Rotating Display Module permits horizontal or vertical mounting. Menu Lockout Switch prevents unauthorized access to site setup data.
  • Page 36: Description Of Channel Functions (Fuh1010Pvdx Systems Only)

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 1 DESCRIPTION OF CHANNEL FUNCTIONS (FUH1010PVDX Systems only) Dual channel FUH1010PVDX systems provide two flow sensing paths that allow its operation as two completely independent single-path flowmeters. On single channel systems, you do not get a choice of meter types since this requires two independent measurement channels.
  • Page 37: Wide Beam Transmission

    Section 1 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Wide Beam™ Axial Beam Injection into pipe wall Sonic Wave front Upstream transducer FLOW θ Beam Angle Downstream transducer Wide Beam Transmission As shown in the figure above, an ultrasonic transducer induces an axial sonic beam within the wall of the pipe.
  • Page 38 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 1 Upstream Downstream transducer transducer Flow Direction Wide Beam transmissions exchanged between the Upstream and Downstream transducers Reflect mounting automatically corrects for non-axial flow or cross flow conditions. When the exchange of sonic signals occur by reflection off the far pipe wall as shown above, the average beam versus stream angle will be equivalent to that of an axial flow stream.
  • Page 39: Getting Started

    Siemens cannot accept responsibility for any damage that may occur due to failure to observe any local safety rules. If this equipment is used for a hazardous application (high line pressure, hostile liquid characteristics, perilous atmosphere, etc.), it is the user’s responsibility to ensure that only properly...
  • Page 40: Power Supply Wiring

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 2.2 .2 POWER SUPPLY WIRING Using a 1/16" Hex key, loosen the Rear Housing Cover locking setscrew. Unscrew the Rear Housing Cover and remove. Locate power supply connector J8. Use the tables below and the part number of your unit to determine the correct input power source.
  • Page 41: The Menu Lockout Switch

    Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To insert a wire into the wire plug, strip back the insulation by 0.31" (8 mm), loosen the wire clamp screw, insert the stripped wire end and then re-tighten the wire clamp screw. Plug input power connector P8 into connector J8 and secure using two captive connector mounting screws as indicated below.
  • Page 42: Fuh1010Pvx Interconnection Diagram

    Analog Digital Input/Output Input/Output 1 9.112 Gal Power Input Cables Flow Computer LCD Graphic Display (optional) Magnetic Wand RS-232 I/O Connect to Earth Ground Temperature Sensor (optional) To Upstream To Downstream Transducer Transducer FUH1010PVX Interconnection Diagram...
  • Page 43: Choosing A Programming Interface

    Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 CHOOSING A PROGRAMMING INTERFACE As mentioned previously, site setup is accomplished under the control of an Installation Menu that allows you to enter information that is specific to each site. FUH1010PVX provides two ways of accessing the Installation Menu.
  • Page 44: Installation Menu Operation With The Magnetic Wand

    The first time you access the Installation Menu, you can leave it only by saving a site or by turning the meter off. After installing and activating a site, use the ENTER sensor to toggle between the local flow display screen and the last accessed menu location. Siemens 1010PVX Copyright 2008 LCD panel display showing initial screen with copyright notice.
  • Page 45: The Meter Type Menu

    Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 ENTER Switch Top level of Installation Menu ENTER Target Symbol Meter Type >Single Channel Current Selection Triggering the ENTER sensor now would switch the “greater than” symbol to a colon (:). The colon indi- cates that the data listed on the second line can be edited. This convention applies to all menu cells that provide option lists throughout the Installation Menu.
  • Page 46 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 THE INSTALLATION MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Dual Path Flow Application Data Temp. Range (See paragraph 5.3) Pipe Config (See paragraph 5.3) Pick/Install Xdcr Install Path Transducer Model 1011H Hi Prec. 991 Universal 1011 Universal Transducer Size Select Xdcr Xdcr Mount Mode Spacing Offset Number Index...
  • Page 47 Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE INSTALLATION MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Dual PathFlow Flow/Total Units Total Vol. Units 55 GAL Drum Acre-feet Pounds Kilograms Tons Metric Tons Totalizer Scale Gal/MIN KGal/MIN mGal/MIN Total Resolution 00000x00 000000x0 0000000x Totalizer Mode NETFLOW POSFLOW NEGFLOW Batch/Sample Total 0.000 Reset Totalizer No/Yes...
  • Page 48 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 THE INSTALLATION MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Path Valc Dual Path Flow Datalogger Setup Datalogger Data Valc Aeration LiquIdent Viscosity Path Alarms Alarms Temperature Path Delta T Analog Inputs LogTime Interval 5 Sec. 10 Sec. 15 Sec. 30 Sec. 1 Min.
  • Page 49 Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE INSTALLATION MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Dual Path Flow I/O Data Control Relay Setup Relay 1/2 Aeration Interface Reverse Flow BatchTot Pos Total Neg Total Fltwarn Soft Fault Pig Detect Analog Inp Setup Iin1/Iin2 Input PSIA BARA T1 Deg F T1 Deg C T2 Deg F T2 Deg C...
  • Page 50: Meter Facilities Menu

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 THE INSTALLATION MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Diagnostic Data Test Facilities Tx Dn Clamp-On Fixed ALC Tx Up Fixed ALC Tx Dn Fixed ALC Print Site Setup Site Created: xx.xx.xx xx.xx.xx THE METER FACILITIES MENU Meter Facilities Preferred Units English Metric Table Setups...
  • Page 51: How To Use The Magnetic Wand To Enter Data

    Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 2.6.3 HOW TO USE THE MAGNETIC WAND TO ENTER DATA As shown previously, you use the four direction arrows to navigate through the Installation Menu struc- ture. The Installation Menu chart can be used as a “menu map” to show you exactly where you are within the menu structure.
  • Page 52: A Note On Multiple Select Option Lists

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 Place the magnetic tip above the switch symbol. Note that the selection changes to [Water 50C/ 86F]. This is the next item on the [Select Liquid] option list. Keeping the tip over the sensor activates an auto-repeat function to scroll the list automatically. Note that every trigger item changes to an- other liquid on list (see paragraph 6.3 for the [Select Liquid] option list).
  • Page 53 Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Place magnetic wand here to The first position allows activate numeric you to change the entry. mathematical sign. Pipe OD (in) Pipe OD (in) > 0.500 =_ 0.500 to activate numeric entry. Notice that an equal sign (=) appears before the current entry and that an underscore ( _ ) appears in front of the number (as shown on the right-hand figure above).
  • Page 54: How To Enter Alphanumeric Strings

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 Use to move cursor to move to the third number position. Use to scroll the number list to [5]. Use to register the new pipe outer diameter. This moves the screen to the next menu cell [Pipe Mate- rial] as shown in the right-hand figure.
  • Page 55: How To Use The Rs-232 Interface

    (1015CPC-N) made specifically for this purpose. The Siemens serial interface cable provides both 9-pin and 25-pin connectors to accommodate all IBM-compatible serial port configurations. You will also need a PC com- munication program such as Terminal (Windows 3.x) or HyperTerminal (Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP)
  • Page 56 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 2.7.2 COMMUNICATING WITH THE FUH1010PVX VIA THE RS-232 INTERFACE The following sections assume that you are familiar with the basics of using a Windows 3.x or Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP based communications program. All PC computers provide at least one serial port using either a 9-pin or 25-pin D-type connector.
  • Page 57 Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 6. You will now see a blank terminal screen. Next left-click [File] on the top menu bar. Drag the highlight down to [Properties] and then left-click. 7. Left-click the [Settings] tab. Expand the [Emulation] box by left-clicking the <Down Arrow> on the right-hand side.
  • Page 58: Accessing The Installation Menu

    Type: ? (question mark) and then press <ENTER> to see a list of the available commands. Use the MENU command (type [Menu] and then press <ENTER> to access the top level of the Installa- tion Menu. You will see a screen similar to the example below. Siemens Site Select Meter Type...
  • Page 59: Data Display Mode

    Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Data Display Mode After you complete the installation, you can toggle between Installation Menu mode to Data Display mode. This is the same as using the <MENU> key on the keypad (see manual). The PC keyboard equiva- lent to the <MENU>...
  • Page 60 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 2.7.4 NAVIGATING THROUGH THE INSTALLATION MENU After successfully accessing the Installation Menu, you can begin to set up the FUH1010PVX. The follow- ing table shows the PC keyboard Installation Menu navigation keys. PC KEYBOARD DESCRIPTION MENU Enter Installation Menu. <UP Arrow>...
  • Page 61 Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Terminal Mode Menu Commands In addition to Menu, the following commands (followed by the <ENT> key) can be used to control the flowmeter while in Terminal Mode. Note that “n” refers to the flowmeter Channel number. For a dual channel Arithmetic site (Ch1 + Ch2 or Ch1 –...
  • Page 62: Data Entry Using The Rs-232 Interface

    NOTE: Type <Menu> to enter Installation Menu. After programming is complete, repeated <Left Arrow> key will access the Flow Display. Key <Enter> from Flow Display to re-enter menu. Key <Ctrl L> to exit menu. Siemens Site [1] Channel 1 Select Meter Type...
  • Page 63: Introduction To The Fuh1010Pvx Menu Screens

    A dual-channel model shows either [Channel 1] or [Channel 2]. Site Name of currently active site setup Menu Prompt Line (Reverse Video) Siemens Site SITE1 Enter pipe Outer Diameter manually Select Pipe Class Manual Entry Select Pipe Size...
  • Page 64: Data Entry Procedures Using The Rs-232 Interface

    [Create/Name Site] menu cell. This is the first action required to begin a new site setup. We will use the site name [SITE1]. See the screen below. Note that the right-hand highlight is blank. Siemens Site [Create/Name Site] menu Right arrow &...
  • Page 65: Selecting Items From An Option List

    Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Site Right arrow & Enter Creates a new Site Recall Site Setup No Sites Channel Enable Create/Name Site ?SITE1 Site Security Flow Delete Site Setup No Sites Save/Rename Site Channel Setup After you finish typing the string, press <ENT> to register it. This creates a new site setup called [SITE1].
  • Page 66 Pressing the <Right Arrow> changes the left-hand column to [Relay 1]. Pressing the <Right Arrow> again accesses the option list. This expands the highlighted area to show the contents of the list. Note that a “greater than” symbol (>) points to the top item on the list. Siemens Channel SITE1...
  • Page 67: Multiple Select Option Lists

    The cursor remains so that you can make other selections. To deselect a previously selected item, move cursor next to that item and press <CLR>. Use the <Left Arrow> to leave any multiple select option list. Siemens Channel [1] SITE1...
  • Page 68: How To Set Up A Channel For Transit-Time Operation

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 Press the <Right Arrow> and [Span Data] is highlighted. Siemens Channel SITE1 Span 0% and 100% Values for Analog Data Span Data Set Alarm Levels Calibrate Flow Rate Chan Not Setup Data Span/Set/Cal Press the <Right Arrow> again and [Max Flow GAL/MIN] will appear. To change the [Max Flow GAL/ MIN] data, press the <Right Arrow>...
  • Page 69 Section 2 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Site Create-Name-Recall-Enable & Delete Site Channel Setup Pipe Data Application Data Pick/Install Xdcr Operation Adjust Flow/Total Units DataSpan/Set/Cal Datalogger Setup I/O Data Control Diagnostic Data Press the <Right Arrow> to move into the [Channel Setup] menu as shown below. Note that the highlight is on the first menu cell: [Recall Site].
  • Page 70 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 2 Siemens Site SITE1 Enter pipe Outer Diameter manually Pick Pipe Class Manual Entry Select Pipe Size Pipe OD <in> =0.500 Pipe Material Steel Wall Thickness 0.100 Liner Material None Liner Thickness 0.000 Pipe Data Type digit 9 and then press <ENT>. Next, move the highlight to [Wall Thickness]. Press the <Right Arrow>, type 0.29, and then press <ENT>.
  • Page 71: Hardware Installation Guide

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 HARDWARE INSTALLATION GUIDE This section explains how to mount the flow display computer assembly and how to complete the Input/ Output wiring. In addition, it provides details on how to select a location and then install clamp-on trans- ducers.
  • Page 72: Input/Output Wiring

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 INPUT/OUTPUT WIRING The following tables and illustrations describe both the FUH1010PVX and FUH1010PVDX input/output signals. Consult the Installation Drawings in Appendix B for details regarding I/O and transducer connec- tions for your specific model. 3.2.1 FUH1010PVX INPUT/OUTPUT WIRING (TB1 and TB2) I/O terminal blocks TB1 &...
  • Page 73: Fuh1010Pvdx Input/Output Wiring (Tb1 And Tb2)

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 3.2.2 FUH1010PVDX INPUT/OUTPUT WIRING (TB1 and TB2) This following describes the FUH1010PVDX (i.e., the dual-path version of the FUS1010PVX) input/output signals. Consult the Installation Drawings in Appendix B for details regarding both I/O and transducer connections for your specific model. I/O terminal blocks TB1 &...
  • Page 74: Preparing To Mount The Transducers

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 PREPARING TO MOUNT THE TRANSDUCERS Installing the transducers is fairly straightforward. However, careful planning will avoid any snags that may delay the installation. Previously, based on the input you fed into the meter’s computer, it had recommended the transducers size, mounting option and spacing. With the transducers at hand, we are now ready to mount them.
  • Page 75: Clamp-On Transducer Mounting Modes

    (Horizontal Plane) 3.3.3 CLAMP-ON TRANSDUCER MOUNTING MODES Siemens clamp-on transducers support Direct or Reflect mounting modes. The flow computer recom- mends a mounting mode after analyzing your pipe and liquid data entries. However, you can install clamp-on transducers in the way that best suits your application and the transducer type you purchased.
  • Page 76: Preparing The Pipe

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 We recommend Reflect mount whenever possible. This is the simplest way to mount the transducers. Also, Reflect mount resists abnormal flow profile conditions such as cross-flow within the flow stream. Reflect mode supports the AutoZero function, which zeroes the meter automatically without user-partici- pation.
  • Page 77: Sonic Coupling Compound Recommendations

    Notice: Siemens holds US Patent Number 4,929,368 on the CC#122 Coupling Compound and all compounds of this type. Its use is restricted to Siemens products only, unless a special license has been obtained. Licenses for use with other products are available through...
  • Page 78: Reflect Mode-Mounting Frames And Spacer Bar

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 3.3.6 REFLECT MODE - MOUNTING FRAMES AND SPACER BAR The combination of a spacer bar with mounting frames is the easiest way to mount in Reflect Mode. The result is a rigid structure that eliminates spacing measurements, and maintains the transducer-to-trans- ducer geometry.
  • Page 79: Reflect Mode With Spacer Bar Only

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 have the same S/N number but marked with either an “A” or “B” (e.g., 100A and 100B). Note the number index value displayed in the Pick/Install menu. You will use this number to properly space the transduc- ers.
  • Page 80 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Spring Clip 1011 Series Spacer Bar Transducer Spacer Bar Number Index Spacer Bar Reference Securing Index Securing Screw Screw Mounting Strap INSTALLATION - REFLECT MOUNT WITH TRANSDUCERS AND SPACING BAR 1. Perform all required menu steps until the flow computer issues the number index and prompts you to press <ENT>...
  • Page 81: Direct Mode-Mounting Frames, Spacer Bar And Spacing Guides

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Put mounting strap around transducer and tighten as in Step 5. Sight along spacer bar to ensure axial alignment to the pipe. Adjust if necessary and do not overtighten. Ensure that the transducers do not move while tightening. 7.
  • Page 82 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 MYLAR SPACING GUIDE 1. Perform all the required menu steps up until the point where the flow computer issues the number index and prompts you to press <ENT> to finish the transducer install routine. Make a note of the number index displayed in the Pick/Install menu. Check to ensure that you have a matched set of transducers.
  • Page 83 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Pipe Transducer Transducer Transducer Edge Line Transducer Line Spacer Bar Mylar Spacing Guide Transducer 7. Disassemble the spacer bar and the unmounted frame. Use the bar as a straight edge and, with one edge against the mounted frames tapered roller center and the other crossing the dot you drew, draw a line crossing the dot (see “B”...
  • Page 84 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Ltn mark Mark (or fold) exactly Overlap Edge at half-way point CIRCUMFERENCE FINDING THE HALFWAY DISTANCE 11. Reinstall the spacing guide; its left edge abutting the transducers edge mark on the pipe and the overlapping edge in line with the dot (now a line) on the pipe (see “C” on previous page). Tape it in this position on the pipe.
  • Page 85: Using 1012T Mounting Tracks

    Examine the figure below, which shows a typical Pick/Install Xdcr menu screen. Note the automatic assignment of model numbers for the transducer and mounting track, plus the designation of the number index. Siemens 2 Channel SITE1...
  • Page 86 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Transducer Upstream Clamping Screw Downstream Xdcr Transducer Flow Flow Reference Pin Track Rail Roller shown inserted Assembly Chain Number Index pin shown inserted Loop Chain over tension screw hook Chain Tension Screw FRONT VIEW INSTALLATION - REFLECT MOUNT WITH MOUNTING TRACK 2.
  • Page 87: Installing A 1012T Mounting Track In Direct Mode

    B3 universal transducers. Examine the figure below which shows a typical Pick/Install Xdcr menu screen. Note the automatic assignment of model numbers for the transducer and mounting track, plus the designation of number index. Siemens 2 Channel SITE1 Key [Install] after mounting transducers...
  • Page 88 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Tension Screw The center of this link is over Hook the locating stud. An equal number of links on either side of this stud ensures 180 degree opposed installation. Xdcr Chain Clamping Tension Screw Screw 3. If this is a horizontal pipe, place the track with the chain tension screws on top of the pipe (screws up, the chains hanging down and the numbered scale facing you) where you have determined it would be best to mount it.
  • Page 89: Temperature Sensors (Optional)

    Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 NOTE: Some transducers require a right-angle adapter. This adapter should be installed before placing the transducer in the tracks. Connect the transducer cable, ensuring that you have observed the Upstream/Downstream ori- entation in respect to the cable and the input jack on the flow computer. If this is a dual-channel unit, make sure you are connecting the cables to the correct channel input jacks.
  • Page 90 Section 3 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 991TW TEMPERATURE SENSOR CONNECTOR HEAD ASSEMBLY 1012EC SERIES CABLE PIPE WALL THREADED PIPE FITTING SPRING LOADED THERMOWELL SENSING ELEMENT THERMAL COUPLANT 991TW Thermowell Temperature Sensor NOTES ON SYSTEM ANALOG INPUT MODULES Dual Channel/Path Models The Dual Channel/Path flowmeter uses T1 to report liquid temperature. (Note that T2 is used to report ambient temperature in some Leak Detector systems.) The Analog Input of temperature takes priority over the built-in RTD (Resistive Thermal Device) measurement of temperature.
  • Page 91: Fuh1010Pvx Application Notes

    The meter’s computer provides comprehensive diagnostics data. Using this data, our engineers can analyze the system in relation to the application. Proper analysis will provide solutions to virtually any application problem. For technical assistance, please contact your local Siemens representative for expert help (www.siemens.com).
  • Page 92: Pipe Considerations For Clamp-On Transducers

    4.3.1 PIPE DIMENSIONS Siemens manufactures transducer assemblies to service pipes from 0.25" to 360" in outer diameter. During the transducer install procedure, the flow computer will recommend transducer sizes based on the site data that you enter. Pipes with OD-to-Wall thickness (OD/W) ratios greater than 10 to 1 are ideal applications.
  • Page 93: Accuracy

    Section 4 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The information in the following paragraphs may point to application conditions that could reduce system performance below its normally high level. 4.3.5 ACCURACY Although system accuracy is exceptional over a wide turndown ratio, at extremely low flow rates, a small zero offset becomes a high percentage of actual flow.
  • Page 94: Flow Conditions

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 4 FLOW CONDITIONS Very rarely are real-world flow conditions uniform and predictable. Therefore, the FUH1010 operating system provides a considerable degree of control over the stability/agility of the flow rate output. The FUH1010 is significantly more agile in tracking pressure wave induced Vs transients, and will recover from mistracking more quickly and smoothly than any other competing transit-time flowmeter.
  • Page 95: Notes On Liquid Conditions

    Section 4 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 4.4.3 NOTES ON LIQUID CONDITIONS Successful transit-time flow measurement depends on sonic transmit signals traveling through liquid and arriving at the receive transducer without excessive attenuation. Receive signals can be scattered by liquids carrying dispersed particulate matter, either of a solid, non-homogeneous or gaseous nature.
  • Page 96: Slurries

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 4 4.4.7 SLURRIES High-density undissolved solids (e.g., sand slurry) may cause application problems if present in suffi- cient quantity to scatter the sonic beam significantly. Low-density solids, such as organic materials, coal slurries and unaerated sewage sludge, are usually adequate sonic conductors and their sonic imped- ance is very close to most liquids.
  • Page 97: Reference Tables

    Section 4 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The Datalogger logs data collected at preset intervals during operation. It uses the system RAM re- sources independently of Active Memory and Site Storage Memory. Therefore, data movement be- tween Active Memory and Site Storage memory will not affect it directly. However, all stored data shares a common RAM pool.
  • Page 98: Vps Values (In Inches/Second) For Some Common Metals

    CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 4 LiquIdent S.G. Viscosity Visc. Slope Liquid Name 1100 0.6465 0.15 0.00001 MTBE (Additive for Oxygen) 192.4571 0.2438 1180 0.717 0.00001 LFP (Lead Free Premium) 192.4571 0.2438 1200 0.733 0.00001 LR (Leaded Regular) 192.4571 0.2438 1330 0.775 0.00001 KEROSENE 330.301 1350...
  • Page 99: Sonic Velocity Of Pure Water Relative To Temperature

    Section 4 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 SONIC VELOCITY OF PURE WATER RELATIVE TO TEMPERATURE Temp °F Velocity M/S Temp °F Velocity M/S Temp °F Velocity M/S 1292.45 106.0 1530.67 212.0 1543.11 1300.64 108.0 1532.40 214.0 1542.10 1308.63 110.0 1534.06 216.0 1541.05 1316.44 112.0 1535.64 218.0 1539.97...
  • Page 100 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 4 REYNOLDS COMPENSATION FACTOR Reynolds # Positive Comp Negative Comp 0.7808 0.7808 1277 0.7869 0.7869 1566 0.7930 0.7930 1694 0.7991 0.7991 1830 0.8052 0.8052 1930 0.8113 0.8113 1986 0.8174 0.8174 2044 0.8234 0.8234 2104 0.8295 0.8295 2166 0.8356 0.8356 2227 0.8417...
  • Page 101: Terminology Chart

    Section 4 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 TERMINOLOGY CHART This chart provides explanations for uncommon terms used in this manual. TERM EXPLANATION Active Memory Section of RAM allocated for active site parameters (all current values). The flow display computer receives site-specific operating instructions from Active Memory. Alphanumeric Field An 8-character data entry field that allows you to specify a Site Name or a Security code.
  • Page 102 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Section 4 TERM EXPLANATION Local Display Refers to the FUH1010PVX integral display screen. Menu Sub-sections of the Installation Menu that you to define specific operational functions (e.g., RS-232 Setup). Menu Cell A location within a Menu where you define either a single numeric value or option list selection that supports the Sub-Menu’s function.
  • Page 103: The Fuh1010Pvx Installation Menu

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE FUH1010PVX INSTALLATION MENU Programming the FUH1010PVX requires no special experience or training. This field manual contains all the necessary information. If you intend to connect this instrument to an external device, then please have the instruction manual for the device available for reference. The following paragraphs present a generic menu reference that applies to all configurations of the FUH1010PVX NEMA flowmeters.
  • Page 104: How To Recall A Site Setup

    Site Name Entry/Edit operating with Channel 1 active. This shows that the site setup [XYZ] is the active site. Siemens 2 Channel [1] Scroll saved Site Setup list and Enter Recall Site Setup Channel Enable This cell shows that Create/Name Site...
  • Page 105: How To Enable And Disable A Measurement Channel

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The first selection on the list is the currently active Site Setup. The system will be ready for operation after you install the transducers and make the required hardware connections. Note that the installed trans- ducers must comply with the recalled site parameters. To recall a Saved Site Setup: (Where a visual of a key is shown, this means press that key on PC or use Magnetic Wand.) To access the list of saved site names press...
  • Page 106: How To Create/Name A Site Setup

    Therefore, it is essential that you never forget or misplace the password. The only way to deactivate Site Security without knowing the password is to return the unit to Siemens. However, the process the factory uses to remove Site Security will eliminate any existing site data as well. Remember, your meter contains a Menu Enable switch which also provides this function.
  • Page 107: How To Delete A Site Setup

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To scroll the option list to [On] press then . [Enter Code?] appears at the top of the display screen. Type your password on the PC keyboard, use numeric keys, or press with the Mag- netic Wand to select the first character. To move the cursor to the second character position press Repeat the selection process for the second character.
  • Page 108: The Pipe Data Menu

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To Save or Rename a Site Setup: Type the site name with the PC keyboard or use the Magnetic Wand and press the sensor to access the first character position. To select a character press then to highlight to next character position. To select the second character press .
  • Page 109 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Use this menu Use this menu cell to select a Pipe cell to edit the Class from one of the meter's presets. Siemens Dual Path pipe outer The [Manual Entry] selection (default) Select Pipe Class from Pipe Table diameter.
  • Page 110: Pipe Data Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE PIPE DATA MENU STRUCTURE Pipe Data Select Pipe Class Manual Entry ASA Stainless Steel* ASA Carbon Steel ASA Plastic Metric DN Steel Metric SGP Steel Cast Iron Table Ductile Iron Table Copper Tube Table Select Pipe Size Manual Entry Set pipe parameters manually ASA Stainless Steel*...
  • Page 111: How To Select A Pipe Class

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE PIPE DATA MENU STRUCTURE (cont.) Pipe Material Steel Pipe Data (cont.) Aluminum Black Iron Brass Cast Iron CuNi (70/30) CuNi (90/10) Copper Ductile Iron Glass Hastelloy Inconel Kynar (PVDF) Monel Nickel Polyethylene PVC (Plastic) Silicone Teflon Titanium Wall Thickness x.xxx (numeric entry)
  • Page 112: How To Enter The Pipe Od (In. Or Mm)

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 After selecting a pipe class: To access the pipe size option list press To scroll to the required pipe press To register selection press 5.2.3 HOW TO ENTER THE PIPE OD (in. or mm.) Use this menu cell to edit the pipe outer diameter. Be aware that you will not be able to complete the transducer installation successfully unless this information is accurate.
  • Page 113: Liner Material

    For lined pipes, select a pipe liner from the material option list. If the pipe liner material does not appear on the list then select the closest type available. If necessary, call Siemens Customer Service for addi- tional help. The system default Liner Material is [None]. If the pipe does not have a liner, press the <Down Arrow>...
  • Page 114: Application Data Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The [Temperature Range] menu cell allows you to specify the expected temperature range at the trans- ducer mounting location. The default setting (-40 F to 250 F) matches the standard 991 and 1011 series of transducers, but not the 1011H. For higher pipe temperatures, selecting the proper tempera- ture range allows the flow computer to recommend the appropriate transducers.
  • Page 115 Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 APPLICATION DATA MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Application Data Liquid Table Table Active LiquIdent Slope x.xxx (numeric entry) Pressure Slope x.xxx (numeric entry) LiquIdent Index Add Index Index Value (numeric entry) Viscosity @ 400 (numeric entry) Visc Slope @ 400 (numeric entry) Kill Index @ 400 Temp.
  • Page 116: How To Select A Liquid Class

    However, you have the option of editing these parameters individually to fine tune the liquid settings. If you do not find a liquid that matches your application, then you can select [Other]. This selection will not provide a liquid name or automatic parameter entry. Siemens 2 Channel FLOW1...
  • Page 117: How To Edit The Viscosity (Cs) Setting

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To edit the Estimated Vs m/s: To activate numeric entry press Use PC numeric keys or the Magnetic Wand to enter the sonic velocity value as meters-per- second. To register the data press How to Edit the Viscosity (cS) Setting The [Viscosity cS] menu cell shows the kinematic viscosity of the selected liquid (in centi-stokes).
  • Page 118: Activating The Liquid Table

    The liquid table is used to associate the measured LiquIdent variable (temperature compensated sonic velocity) with user supplied S.G. and Viscosity. By selecting the Liquid Table you can set the LiquIdent Slope, Pressure Slope and the LiquIdent Index. Siemens Dual Path SITE 1...
  • Page 119: Setting The Pressure Slope

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 NOTE: The LiquIdent Slope Factor for all liquids within a liquid class should be essentially iden- tical, even though their individual sonic velocities may be very different. This menu cell allows the LiquIdent Slope Factor to be edited for optimal operation. The LiquIdent Slope Factor default is 2.300.
  • Page 120: Setting The Liquident

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Calculate the average of all the Pressure Slope Factors within the Liquid Class. To enter the Pressure Slope Factor: From the [Liquid Table] menu cell, press to scroll down to Pressure Slope. Press to enable numeric entry. Use the keypad numeric keys to enter the desired Pressure Slope Factor.
  • Page 121: Index

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Dual Path Site 1 Temperature Corrected Vs Index Index Value 1440 Visc (cS) @ 400 1.00 Visc Slope @ 400 -0.0287 Kill Index @ 400 LiquIdent Index Each of the data points of a Site Liquid Table (maximum of 32) may be filled in by the user as indicated in the menu screen shown above.
  • Page 122: How To Select A Pipe Temperature Range

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.3.3 HOW TO SELECT A PIPE TEMPERATURE RANGE This menu cell informs the flow computer about the expected temperatures that the transducers will be subjected to during operation. The default setting, -30 F to 225 F corresponds with the rated tempera- ture range of our standard 991 or 1011 series transducers.
  • Page 123 Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Dual Path Path 1 Disignate Pipe Shape Near Transducers Liquid Class Water 20C/68F UniMass Table Create/Edit Table Temperature Range -40F to 250F Pipe Configuration Fully Developed Anomaly Diams 1 Elbow Use this menu cell to select...
  • Page 124: The Pick/Install Xdcr Menu

    Use this menu cell to select the type of transducer to be installed. Siemens Dual Path FLOW1 Scroll List and select desired Model These menu cells Transducer Model 1011 Universal...
  • Page 125: How To Select A Transducer Model

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 NOTE: Menu cell [Install Path] appears when the Dual Path Flow meter is selected from the [Select Meter Type] menu. The Path [1] or Path [2] menu cell can be selected by pressing the <Right Arrow>. Virtual Channel 3 [Ch 1+2 Flow] and Ch 1-2 Flow] menu cells do not allow selection of a transducer type.
  • Page 126: How To Select A Transducer Size

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To select a Transducer Model: To access the [Transducer Model] option list press To move the cursor to the required transducer model press To store your selection press 5.4.2 HOW TO SELECT A TRANSDUCER SIZE When you move the cursor to [Transducer Size], the highlighted prompt at the top of the display screen shows a list of recommended transducer sizes.
  • Page 127: Reviewing The Spacing Method

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.4.4 REVIEWING THE SPACING METHOD The flow computer analyzes your transducer selection, mounting mode and pipe size to determine the best way to install your transducers. It will recommend the use of either a mounting track, a spacer bar, or independent mounting.
  • Page 128: The Number Index Menu Cell

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.4.6 THE NUMBER INDEX MENU CELL Selecting the [Spacing Offset] menu cell allows the flow computer to calculate the Number Index. The Number Index establishes the spacing between a pair of transducers. You cannot override this recom- mendation.
  • Page 129: Force Transmit Procedure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Press <Down Arrow> and scroll to the [Install Complete?] menu cell and then press <ENT> (unless otherwise directed to do so by the Technical Service Department). Siemens Dual Path SITE1 Key [Install] after mounting transducers Transducer Model...
  • Page 130 1. After the detection mode is selected press <ENT>. If using the Magnetic Wand, the detection mode is selected, trigger the <ENTER> sensor. While the flowmeter is going through the drives (see menu screen below), press the <ALT> and <MENU> keys simultaneously. Siemens Dual Path SITE1...
  • Page 131 Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Dual Path SITE1 Siemens Dual Path SITE1 ForceN fx=8 ALC=50 Transducer Model 1011 Universal Transducer Model 1011 Universal Transducer Size Transducer Size Xdcr Mount Mode Direct Xdcr Mount Mode Direct Spacing Offset Minimum Detection Fault Spacing Offset...
  • Page 132: The Empty Pipe Set Menu

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The meter is now ready to report flow. Press the MENU key to display flow. In cases where the actual Vs differs noticeably from the estimated Vs, the flow computer may issue a re- space command. This requires that you re-space the Number Index transducer at the new Number Index, then press <ENT>...
  • Page 133: How To Use The Mtymatic Command

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 NOTE: NEVER perform this procedure when the pipe is full. To perform the Actual MTY Procedure: To access the [Empty Pipe Set] option list press To move the cursor to [Actual MTY] press then press appears on the menu prompt line. [Empty Pipe Press Enter] Empty the pipe completely, then press...
  • Page 134: Zero Flow Adjust Menu

    Consequently some flow offset (or zero offset) may be present in any installation. To eliminate this residual zero offset Siemens has developed several different methods to insure proper zero flow compensation. The following paragraphs describe each method and when they should be used.
  • Page 135: Using Actual Zero

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Using Actual Zero NOTE: Flow must be stopped with the line blocked (if possible) before invoking this function. To invoke Actual Zero: Access the [Zero Flow Adjust] option list by pressing Press . A pop-up window prompts you to set the current flow rate (in selected rate units) to equal zero (0.000).
  • Page 136: Zeromatic (Optional Function)

    To access the [Zero Flow Adjust] option list press NOTE: If ZeroMatic is not running, the [Actual Zero] menu item will be displayed next to the [Zero Flow Adjust] menu cell. Siemens Dual Path SITE1 Conformans Indicated flow to Actual Zero...
  • Page 137 Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Select the [ZeroMatic] menu cell by pressing Press to enable ZeroMatic. Siemens Dual Path SITE1 ZeroMatic Active [6:....:0] Transducer Model 1011 Universal Transducer Size Xdcr Mount Mode Reflect Spacing Offset Minimum Flow Number Index Spacing Method Track 1012TP Ltn Value (in) 0.778...
  • Page 138: The Operation Adjust Menu

    You can also select the meter response to a continu- ous Fault condition. Use this menu cell to Use this menu cell to Siemens Dual Path select either select meter response SmartSlew™...
  • Page 139: Damping Control

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.5.1 DAMPING CONTROL The FUH1010PVX provides two different data output filter types, Time Average and SmartSlew. Time Average (recommended) integrates the instantaneous flow rate over a selectable time period. Use the Time Average function when stability in flow reading is essential. A value entered (in seconds) sets the time it takes the meter to respond to a rate change.
  • Page 140: Memory/Fault Set

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.5.3 MEMORY/FAULT SET Certain situations (e.g., an empty pipe or excessive aeration) will interrupt data production. Use Memory/ Fault Set to select the meter response to such an interruption. The Fault setting (default) will zero the flow rate output and declare an alarm on a flow display screen, Datalogger report and an assigned relay output.
  • Page 141: The Flow/Total Units Menu

    NETFLOW ......The net of the Positive and Negative energy/flow (default) Use this menu cell to select either volumetric or mass flow rate units . Use this menu cell to select a Siemens Dual Path FLOW1 time base for the flow rate Choose desired Flow rate volume units units.
  • Page 142: The Flow/Total Units Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE FLOW/TOTAL UNITS MENU STRUCTURE Flow/Total Units Flow Vol. Units Gallons (US) Liters Cubic Feet Cubic Meters Cubic Inches Cubic Cm Ounces (U.S.) Imperial Gal 31.0 GAL BBL 31.5 GAL BBL 42.0 GAL BBL 55 GAL Drum Acre-feet Pounds Kilograms...
  • Page 143: Totalizer Controls

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 TOTALIZER CONTROLS (the “n” in <Fn> = channel number)* Resetting the Totalizer registers clears all total data accumu- CLEAR lated during operation. (also clears overflow) Note: In Dual-Beam mode, the Totalizer operates only on the virtual system channel (Ch 3). Therefore in this case, the CLEAR trigger would be <F3>...
  • Page 144: Flow Volume Units

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.6.1 FLOW VOLUME UNITS The [Flow Volume Units] option list allows you to select the rate units the meter uses to report volumetric or mass flow. If you select mass units, the meter uses the specific gravity parameter (see Application Class section) to convert volumetric flow to mass flow.
  • Page 145: Total Volume Units

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To select a different Flow Display Scale: To access the [Flow Display Scale] option list press Move the cursor to the desired display scale by pressing To register selection 5.6.5 TOTAL VOLUME UNITS This menu cell allows you to select which units the meter uses for the flow total output. If you select mass units, the meter uses the specific gravity parameter (see paragraph 5.3.1) to convert volumetric flow to mass flow.
  • Page 146: Totalizer Mode

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 It is possible for a high flow rate to persist long enough to exceed the relay output’s .5 Hz rate. If this occurs, the meter will store excess pulses in an overflow buffer, and route them back to the relay when the flow rate drops enough to allow the TOTCNT output to catch-up.
  • Page 147: Reset Totalizer

    Use the [Data Span/Set/Cal] menu to set the range for analog outputs and setpoints for Alarm relay outputs. Additionally, the [Calibrate Flow Rate] menu allows you to apply external adjustments to the meter’s intrinsic primary outputs. Siemens Dual Path SITE1...
  • Page 148: The Data Span/Set/Cal Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE DATA SPAN/SET/CAL MENU STRUCTURE Data Span/Set/Cal Span Data Pgen (Custody Transfer only) x.xxx (numeric entry) Max Flow (Units) x.xxx (numeric entry) Min Flow (Units) x.xxx (numeric entry) Max Flow2 (Units) x.xxx (numeric entry) Min Flow2 (Units) x.xxx (numeric entry) Max Liquident x.xxx (numeric entry)
  • Page 149: Span Data

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE DATA SPAN/SET/CAL MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Data Span/Set/Cal Calib. Table 3 Index Variable 3 Same List as Index Variable 1 Calib. Table 3 New Point Cal. Index Value x.xxx PosFlow Corr x.xxx NegFlow Corr x.xxx Accept/Clear Accept Pt. Clear Pt.
  • Page 150: Pgen

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 PGEN The [PGEN P/Unit Volume] menu cell entry controls a digital output pulse function and is available in Custody Transfer units only (designated by a “C” in their part number). It allows the assigning of PGEN digital signal pulses per unit of volume. For example, 1000 output pulses per unit of liquid. The default PGEN value is configured to provide a 5000 Hz output frequency at a flow velocity of 100 ft/ sec (30 meters/sec).
  • Page 151: Max Flow

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Max Flow The [Max Flow] menu cell stores the maximum range for the flow rate output (Vfo). It can be a positive or negative value. Enter the data using the flow rate units you selected. This entry also spans the un- signed flow variable (Vfab).
  • Page 152: Max Viscosity Cs

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Max Viscosity cS The [Max Viscosity cS] menu cell stores the maximum range for the analog span. The viscosity units are centistokes with no alternatives offered. Min Viscosity cS The [Min Viscosity cS] menu cell stores the minimum range for the analog span. The viscosity units are centistokes with no alternatives offered.
  • Page 153: Low Flow

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Low Flow The [Low Flow] menu cell stores the minimum range for the analog span. To set the Low Flow alarm value: To activate numeric entry press Use the numeric keys or Magnetic Wand to type the Low Flow value. To store the data press The following Alarm Relay Setpoints are set in the same way as the two previously shown examples by entering numeric values and storing the data.
  • Page 154: Aeration

    Set/Cal menu (refer to Data Span/Set/Cal menu on next page). The FUH1010PVX intrinsic calibration is excellent as confirmed by numerous laboratory and field trials under diverse application conditions. Siemens can confidently say that in any given application, the majority of conventional flowmeters can not match the system’s measure- ment range or its linearity.
  • Page 155: Intrinsic

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Intrinsic When selected, the meter uses no slope adjustment at all. Output data is still zeroed and corrected for Reynolds number, but no slope adjustment is imposed on the meter’s flow register. Some applications may require an output adjustment to match an official external reference. The [Cali- brate Flowrate] menu allows you to select a calibration mode.
  • Page 156: Kc Factor

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Kc Factor To obtain the Kc factor, compare flow total data taken simultaneously from the flowmeter and a refer- ence meter whose accuracy meets the required standard. Allow both meters to accumulate flow total data long enough to average out any differences due to flow fluctuation between the two meter loca- tions.
  • Page 157 Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The table may contain up to 32 pairs of these slope correction factors. Note that the Kc factor, unlike these slope correction factors, is entered as a signed percent change in rate, while these factors are simply rate multipliers. As points are entered, the point editor will provide list access to the already entered points plus access to the [New Point] menu cell, used to add a new point.
  • Page 158: The Datalogger Setup Menu

    View Datalogger reports by transmitting them via the RS-232 Serial Port to external printers and comput- ers. Note that a single-channel meter uses a compression algorithm to maximize data storage. This disables back scrolling of datalogger reports. Use this menu cell to Siemens 2 Channel [1] Path 1 pick a destination for Select datalogger destination Datalogger reports.
  • Page 159: The Datalogger Setup Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE DATALOGGER SETUP MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Datalogger Setup Log Time Interval 5 Sec. 10 Sec. 15 Sec. 30 Sec. 1 Min. 5 Min. 15 Min. 30 Min. 1 Hr. 2 Hr. 4 Hr. 6 Hr. 12 Hr. 24 Hr.
  • Page 160: Alarm Letter Codes And Descriptions

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 None Default – Datalogging is disabled. Site ID You entered this site name when you created the site. Date The report date according to the meter’s real time clock. (Format: MM.DD.YYYY) Time The report time according to the meter’s real time clock. (Format: HH.MM)* Path Flow The instantaneous flow measured at the time of the report (for Dual Path Flow meters).
  • Page 161: Log Time Interval

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To select Datalogger Data items: To access the [Datalogger Data] option list press . Move cursor to a desired data item by pressing then to select it. Note that a plus sign (+) appears before the item. To de-select Datalogger Data: Move the cursor to the data item then press .
  • Page 162: The I/O Data Control Menu

    Setup] menu cell assigns functions to the meter’s current, voltage and pulse rate outputs. Each menu cell presents an option list of the available data items. In addition, you can set up the alarm relays, enable and span the analog input ports. Siemens 2 Channel [1] Channel 1...
  • Page 163: The I/O Data Control Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE I/O DATA CONTROL MENU STRUCTURE (Note: For Multi-Path flowmeters: “1” = Path 1, “2” = Path 2, “3” = Path 3, “4” = Path 4 and “S” represents the system or average channel. These characters appear to the left of the option list parameter.) I/O Data Control Analog Output Setup...
  • Page 164: Analog Out Setup

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.9.1 ANALOG OUTPUT SETUP The FUH1010PVX provides current, voltage and pulse-rate analog outputs. Analog Output Setup allows you to assign data functions for these signals. The flow display computer’s terminal strip contains the analog output terminals. System FUH1010PVX Analog Outputs Io (Isolated current) 4 to 20 mA varies in proportion to an assigned data function.
  • Page 165: Relay Setup

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.9.2 RELAY SETUP Use this menu to assign a function to channel relays. The FUH1010PVX supports 2 types of relay out- puts: Alarm Relay and Pulse Relay. Alarm Relay outputs operate in “fail-safe” mode. The relay(s) are energized under normal conditions - an alarm condition causes the relay(s) to de-energize until alarm clears.
  • Page 166: Analog Input Setup

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To assign functions to Relay 1: To access the [Relay 1] option list press Move the cursor to the desired relay assignment by pressing To store selection press 5.9.3 ANALOG INPUT SETUP (optional function) The Analog Input Setup function assigns an active analog input to a measurement channel/path. The meter provides one DC current input port per measurement channel/path.
  • Page 167: The Meter Facilities Menu

    Verify/Adjust the analog pulse output using a frequency counter. Calibrate the RTD temperature sensors. Set the system clock/calendar. Obtain detailed software/hardware identification. This menu allows you Siemens Dual Path SITE 1 to specify default Select Default Units for all Menus measurement units.
  • Page 168: The Table Setups Menu

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 5.10.2 THE TABLE SETUPS MENU The [Table Setups] menu cell allows you to pre-condition your pipe table and transducer types. The edits made in [Table Setups] become the default settings for creating a new site. Transducers “marked” in the [Transducer Types] menu will be preferentially selected when the meter recommends transducers dur- ing the automatic Pick/Install Transducer routine.
  • Page 169: Pipe Table Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 PIPE TABLE MENU STRUCTURE Create/Edit Pipe Choose Pipe Class ASA Stainless Steel ASA Carbon Steel ASA Plastic Metric DN Steel Metric SGP Steel Cast Iron Table Ductile Iron Table Copper Tube Table Choose Pipe Name ASA Stainless Steel ASA Carbon Steel ASA Plastic 1SS10...
  • Page 170: Create/Edit Pipe

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 PIPE TABLE MENU STRUCTURE (continued) Create/Edit Pipe Outer Diameter (in) x.xxx (numeric entry) Wall Thickness x.xxx (numeric entry) Liner Material None Cement Coal Tar Enamel Glass Plastic HDPE Teflon Rubber Liner Thickness x.xxx (numeric entry) Delete Pipe Choose Pipe Class *See Create/Edit Pipe Choose Pipe Name...
  • Page 171: Delete Pipe

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Delete Pipe This menu allows you to remove any of the pre-loaded pipes within a class from a pipe table. We recommend that you use this function only to delete pipes that you have added so as to preserve the factory presets.
  • Page 172: Transducer Type Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 TRANSDUCER TYPE MENU STRUCTURE Transducer Type 1011 Universal 1011H High Precision 991 Universal 5-70...
  • Page 173: The Datalogger Control Menu

    [Site ID] (current site setup name), [Date] and [Time] in your report so that you can identify the source of each report. The FUH1010PVX meter interfaces with most serial printers or personal computers. Siemens offers the Model 996P portable serial printer. You must use the proper cabling between the flow computer and the external device.
  • Page 174: Circular Memory

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To send Datalogger contents to the RS-232 Serial Port: Check the flow computer-to-external device connections and your RS-232 Setup parameters (see paragraph 5.10.9 RS-232 Setup). To access the [Output Datalogger] option list press Scroll the cursor to [Yes] by pressing To transmit Datalogger contents to external device via the serial port press To stop printout press Circular Memory...
  • Page 175: Clear Datalogger

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Clear Datalogger If you decide to use the Datalogger in its default mode, eventually you will use all the memory available for Datalogger storage. When this occurs, you will not be able to log more data until you free up the memory.
  • Page 176: Analog Output Trim Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 ANALOG OUTPUT TRIM MENU STRUCTURE Analog Output Trim Operate Trim @ 4mA Indicated mA = x.xx Operate Trim @ 4mA Indicated mA = x.xx Pgen Operate (Single Channel only) Trim @ 1kHz Indicated Hz = xxxx Current Output Trim (Io1 & Io2) (Note: Can be trimmed to within .005 mA of nominal.) To calibrate a current output (Io1 or Io2): Set up the multimeter to read Amps, then connect it to the supply and return terminals of the...
  • Page 177: The Rtd Calibrate Menu (Optional)

    991T or 1011TN Restive Temperature Device (RTD) temperature sensors to an external standard. It is important to note that Siemens RTD temperature sensors are factory-calibrated for high accuracy. We recommend that before deciding to perform the calibration, check the current RTD reading in [Diagnos- tics/Liquid Data].
  • Page 178: Ice Bath Rtd Calibration

    (time entry) Notice: All Siemens flowmeters include a real-time clock to provide a convenient date/time stamp for display screens and datalogger reports. The operating system does not rely on the date and time-of-day for any flowmeter operation. Therefore, the “Turn Of The Century” has had no effect on the proper functioning of any of our systems. Although we limit the year to 2 digits in all our displays, the datalogger reports are Y2K complaint using an industry standard algorithm to form a 4 digit year field.
  • Page 179: Date

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Date The [Date] command sets the month, day and year for the meter’s internal clock/calendar. Enter the date using the [MM.DD.YY] format. Replace MM with two digits to indicate the month. Replace DD with two digits to indicate the day. Replace YY with two digits to indicate the year. Type the period (.) separator between each set of digits.
  • Page 180: Setup Menu Structure

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 RS-232 SETUP MENU STRUCTURE RS-232 Setup Baud Rate 1200 2400 4800 9600 38400 Parity None Space Even Mark Data Bits Line Feed Network ID xx (numeric entry) RTS Key Time 0.2 Sec. 0.4 Sec. 0.6 Sec. 0.8 Sec. 1.0 Sec.
  • Page 181: Data Bits

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To edit the Parity setting: To access the [Parity] option list press Move the cursor to the required parity setting by pressing To store the data press . This moves the cursor to [Data Bits]. Data Bits You can specify how many data bits the meter uses to format data words for serial transmissions.
  • Page 182: Rts Key Time

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 To assign a Network ID number To enable numeric entry press Use PC numeric keys or Magnetic Wand to enter the [Network ID] number. To store Network ID press . This moves the cursor to [RTS Key Time]. RTS Key Time During a serial transmission session, you can select how long the flow computer holds its request-to- send line high until it receives a clear-to-send signal.
  • Page 183: Selecting Display Data Items

    Section 5 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 The scrolling Siemens Welcome Screen (i.e., if no channel had been previously activated), or The active channel’s last data screen displayed prior to turning off the instrument. After successful channel installation, use the Magnetic Wand and repeatedly trigger <Left Arrow> com- mands to leave the top level of the Installation Menu.
  • Page 185: The Diagnostic Data Menu

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE DIAGNOSTICS DATA MENU The Diagnostics Data menu provides real-time application and setup data, plus test routines for the selected channel. To receive the best technical support, please be prepared to report any diagnostic data item upon request. Note also that these menus contain information that may only be meaningful to our technical support staff.
  • Page 186: Main Diagnostics Screen

    This is the main Diagnostics Data screen. It provides menus that show Flow, Application, Liquid, Site Setup information. The Test Facilities menu provides test/control functions to optimize operation, analyze application conditions and to recover system operation. Siemens Dual Path Real-time flow-related data...
  • Page 187: Flow Data Menu

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 FLOW DATA MENU This menu provides a “live” display of all flow-related output data. Siemens Dual Path SITE1 Current Flow Rate and Units Flow GAL/MIN -2.26 Flow Vel F/S Total KGAL 0.0000 Vs m/s 1273.21 Signal mV...
  • Page 188: Vs M/S

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 FLOW DATA MENU ITEMS (continued) AnCal Flow Rate Simulator for calibrating external devices, etc. Highlight this item then press <Right Arrow> to enable numeric entry. Type desired simulated flow rate. Be aware of the units prefix (K, M, etc.). NOTE: AnCal remains active only while you remain in this menu cell.
  • Page 189: The Application Info Menu

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Dual Path SITE1 Flow Rate Simulation Control Flow GAL/MIN 120.00 The M status is Total GAL 5645.820 asserted due to the Vs m/s 1274.33 Note that the [Flow] Signal mV method used to Valc % menu cell immediately simulate flow data.
  • Page 190: The Liquid Data Menu

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 THE LIQUID DATA MENU This menu shows the current Liquid Data parameters. Siemens Dual Path SITE 1 RTD 1 temperature sensor reading Temp1 78.5 Reynolds # 89150 LiquIdent 1292.80 m/s Pressure 14.7 Viscosity cS 2.15 Liquid Data...
  • Page 191: Site Setup Menu Items

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 SITE SETUP MENU ITEMS fx (drive) Current Transmit drive code selected during Initial Makeup. The drive code con- trols the sonic transmit signal. N (burst length) Transmit burst duration selected during Initial Makeup. To change N count press <Right Arrow>.
  • Page 192: Manual" Adjustment Procedure

    In the [Diagnostic Data] Menu, highlight [Path Select] and select the desired transducer path. Press <ENT> to select path. Press the <Down Arrow> and scroll to the [Site Setup Data] menu cell. Press the <Right Arrow> to select it. Siemens Dual Path 4SS10G Siemens...
  • Page 193: Automatic" Adjustment

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Dual Path 4SS10G Siemens Dual Path 4SS10G fx (drive) fx (drive) N (burst length) N (burst length) Ltn in 5.316 Ltn in 5.316 Vf max CU >Manual Vf max CU Adjustment Vs max m/s = -0.120 Vs max m/s >Manual...
  • Page 194: The Test Facilities Menu

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Siemens Dual Path 4SS10G Siemens Dual Path 4SS10G fx (drive) fx (drive) N (burst length) N (burst length) Ltn in 5.316 Ltn in 5.316 Vf max CU Adjustment Vf max CU >Automatic Vs max m/s >Automatic Vs max m/s = 0.026...
  • Page 195: Test Facilities Commands

    The Diagnostic menu shows how the sys- tem interprets a problem. The test functions and alarm indicators identify “hidden” problems automati- cally. If a problem seems unsolvable, call our Technical Service Department or your local Siemens Rep- resentative for expert help.
  • Page 196 Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 MESSAGE DESCRIPTION Memory Full! Response to an attempt to save site data, when data memory is full. Delete an obsolete site or clear Datalogger memory to make room for the new data. Memory Corrupted! Memory read error occurred while accessing the active site data. Chan Not Setup Response to an attempt to invoke an operation that requires a channel to be enabled.
  • Page 197: Using The Fuh1010Pvx Reset Sequence

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 (continued) Detection Fault Appears if the meter cannot complete an Initial Makeup. It means that the pipe and/or liquid conditions do not permit a receive signal that meets the flow detection standards. The system will not be able to operate. Attempt to improve operating conditions by reinstalling the transducers at a different spacing offset, or even at a different location on the pipe.
  • Page 198 Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Clr Active Memory? Clr Active Memory? >No :Yes 3. Trigger . Note that the greater than (>) symbol changes to a (:) colon. Trigger to change the second line to [Yes] (as shown in the right-hand figure above). 4.
  • Page 199: System Reset Using The Rs-232 Interface

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 4. Trigger . Note that the greater than (>) symbol changes to a (:) colon. Trigger to change the second line to [Yes] (as shown in the right-hand figure above). Trigger to clear all Dynamic Memory. 5. To restore operation, create a new Site Setup and then re-select any Meter Facilities items (e.g., RS-232 setup parameters) that you may have edited originally.
  • Page 200: Using The 1012Tb-1 And 2 Test Blocks

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 6.9.1 USING THE 1012TB-1 AND 2 TEST BLOCKS The 1012TB-1 and 1012TB-2 test blocks provide two test surfaces. Each surface supports a specific transducer size. For example, one surface of the 1010TB-1 supports Size “A” transducers and the other supports Size “B”...
  • Page 201: Using The 996Psp Pipe Simulator

    Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 1012TB-1 & 2 Universal Transducer Test Block Chart (English) Part Xdcr Pipe OD Pipe Wall Mount Spacing Number Number Size (in) Mat’l Thk (in) Mode Offset Index 1012TB-1 0.650 Steel* 0.100* Reflect Nominal 1012TB-1 1.150 Steel* 0.100* Direct Minimum 1012TB-2...
  • Page 202 Section 6 CQO:1010PVXFM-3 991 Transducers Clamping Screw Under test Xdcr Clamping Bracket Transducer Pipe Simulator Pinstops To Mount Transducers on a 996PSP Pipe Simulator: Using coupling compound, mount the transducers on the pipe simulator as shown on the previous page. Slide each transducer until it presses against a pin-stop. Use the clamps to hold the transducer in place.
  • Page 203 If the system functions properly, then the original transducers under test are defective. Please return any defective transducers to Siemens for repair. If you replace the transducers and cables, and the system still fails to function correctly, then it is likely that the computer has a malfunctioning circuit module.
  • Page 205: Appendix A Couplant Installation Instructions

    APPENDIX A Couplant Installation Instructions Copyright©2008 Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved Made in the USA...
  • Page 207 CC129A-7 CC129A Dry Film Couplant/Damping Material Installation Instructions Installation Instructions CC129A-7 Revision D CN4973 February 2005 Copyright©2008 Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved Made in the USA...
  • Page 209 Do not mount transducers from different ultrasonic flowmeters on the same pipe. Also, do not run the transducer cables in common bundles with cables from communication equipment, other Siemens systems or any type of ultrasonic equipment. You can run these cables through a common conduit ONLY if they originate at the same flowmeter.
  • Page 210 Installation Instructions CC129A-7 PREPARING THE PIPE SURFACE Pick a mounting location with the longest straight run. You must have easy access to at least one side of your pipe. For uninterrupted operation the mounting location must remain fully pres- surized, even at zero flow. Decide on your mounting mode (direct or reflect).
  • Page 211 Installation Instructions CC129A-7 Table 1. CC129 Damping Material Thickness for 1010 Clamp-On Gas Systems Transducer CC129-1A Required Final Thickness Final Thickness Size Kit P/N Layers (in) (mm) CC129-1A-1 0.027 0.69 CC129-1A-1 0.027 0.69 CC129-1A-1 0.027 0.69 CC129-1A-1 0.027 0.69 CC129-1A-1 0.027 0.69 CC129-1A-2...
  • Page 212 Installation Instructions CC129A-7 After determining the best sheet cutting pattern from suggestions above, mark the pipe for the starting edge of the dry couplant sheet position. Partially peel the sheet backing 1 to 2 inches from the starting edge, then carefully locate and press against the pipe surface.
  • Page 213 Installation Instructions CC129A-7 MOUNTING ASSEMBLIES AND STRAPS ARE INSTALLED AFTER THE CC129-1A FILM IF FILM IS APPLIED IN PIECES, SEAM MAY BE BETWEEN, BUT NOT UNDER TRANSDUCERS CC129-1A FILM CUSTOMER'S PIPE AT LEAST 4" BOTH SIDES AT LEAST 2" BOTH ENDS 3.1.4 MOUNTING TRANSDUCERS Install the mounting assemblies and transducers directly on top of the CC129-1A material.
  • Page 214 Installation Instructions CC129A-7 3.1.6 MULTI-BEAM INSTALLATIONS MIN 8” WIDE CC129A FILM 2-BEAM 4-BEAM WRAP CC129A ALL AROUND PIPE SMALL PIPES NOTE: Contact Siemens (www.siemens.com) for additional recommendations on use of CC129A Dry Film Couplant/Damping Compound. CN4973 February 2005...
  • Page 215 Installation Instructions CC129A-7 GRACE ICE AND WATER SHIELD DAMPING MATERIAL An alternate (lower cost) pipe damping material referred to as "Grace Ice and Water Shield" can be considered for use with 1010 Clamp-On Gas systems. This opaque material has a black tar like appearance with a very tenacious adhesive backing.
  • Page 217: Appendix Bengineering Drawings

    Appendix B CQO:1010PVXFM-3 APPENDIX B ENGINEERING DRAWINGS FUH1010PVX NEMA-7 FLOWMETER Flow Computer Drawings 1010X-7 ....Installation Wiring, 1010PVX Series Flowmeter 1010X-8 ....Outline Dimensions, 1010PVX Series Flowmeter 1010DX-7 ....Installation Wiring, 1010PVDX Series Flowmeter 1010DX-8 ....Outline Dimensions, 1010PVDX Series Flowmeter 1010-341 ....
  • Page 218 Appendix B CQO:1010PVXFM-3 991TDS2-8 ....Outline Drawing, 991TD Temperature Sensor, Submersible, “FM” Approved 1012WS-1-7 .... Weld Seal Installation Instructions, Single Enclosure 1012WS-2-7 .... Weld Seal Installation Instructions, Dual Enclosure...
  • Page 219 CAUTION: 1010X - 7 21614...
  • Page 220 LOCAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR CONNECTION TEMPERATURE SENSOR CABLE CONNECTION/REMOTE SENSOR FOR UNITS WITH LOCAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR OPTION FLOW TRANSDUCER CABLE CONNECTION 1010X - 7 21614...
  • Page 221 TERMINAL BLOCK WIRING CONNECTIONS SCHEMATIC "B" SCHEMATIC "A" ISOLATED 4-20mA OUTPUT 4-20mA ANALOG INPUT SCHEMATIC "C" INSTALLATION WIRING 1010X SERIES FLOWMETER 1010X - 7 SCHEMATIC "D" C 21614 DIGITAL INPUTS...
  • Page 222 STANDARD UPRIGHT INSTALLATION 1010X - 8 21614...
  • Page 223 CAUTION: 1010DX - 7 21614...
  • Page 224 LOCAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR CONNECTION TEMPERATURE SENSOR CABLE CONNECTION/REMOTE SENSOR FOR UNITS WITH LOCAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR OPTION FLOW TRANSDUCER CABLE CONNECTION 1010DX - 7 C 21614...
  • Page 225 TERMINAL BLOCK WIRING CONNECTIONS SCHEMATIC "B" SCHEMATIC "A" ISOLATED 4-20mA OUTPUT 4-20mA ANALOG INPUT SCHEMATIC "C" STATUS / ALARM OUTPUT 1010DX - 7 SCHEMATIC "D" C 21614 DIGITAL INPUTS...
  • Page 226 TERMINAL BLOCK WIRING CONNECTIONS SCHEMATIC "B" SCHEMATIC "A" ISOLATED 4-20mA OUTPUT 4-20mA ANALOG INPUT SCHEMATIC "C" STATUS / ALARM OR PGEN OUTPUT 1010DX - 7 SCHEMATIC "D" C 21614 DIGITAL INPUTS...
  • Page 227 STANDARD UPRIGHT INSTALLATION 1010DX - 8 21614...
  • Page 234 1011HNFS-7 21614...
  • Page 235 1011HNFS-7 C 21614...
  • Page 236 TRANSDUCER SIZE A & B TRANSDUCER SIZE C & D TRANSDUCER SIZE C & D TRANSDUCER SIZE A & B TRANSDUCER SIZE A & B TRANSDUCER SIZE C & D 1011HNFS-7 C 21614...
  • Page 238 REFLECT MODE OPERATION PREFERRED MOUNTING PLANE SECURING MOUNTING FRAMES TO THE PIPE SURFACE USING THE SPACER BAR TO SET TRANSDUCER MOUNTING FRAME SPACING 1011NFPS - 7 21614...
  • Page 239 PREFERRED MOUNTING PLANE DIRECT MODE OPERATION USING THE SPACER BAR TO SET TRANSDUCER MOUNTING FRAME SPACING SECURING MOUNTING FRAMES TO THE PIPE SURFACE 1011NFPS - 7 21614...
  • Page 240 MATING 1012CNF SERIES TRANSDUCER CABLES INSTALLING TRANSDUCERS IN MOUNTING FRAMES WITH 1011NFPS SERIES TRANSDUCERS USE OF FLEXIBLE CONDUIT WITH TRANSDUCERS 1011NFPS - 7 21614...
  • Page 241 REFLECT MODE OPERATION DIRECT MODE OPERATION AUXILIARY VIEW 1011NFPS - 7 C 21614...
  • Page 242 1011NFPS-8 21614...
  • Page 244: Installation Drawing

    WIRING VIEW TYPICAL FLOW CHANNEL WIRING INSTALLATION DRAWING CABLE JUNCTION BOX/ TEMP. SENSOR HOUSING TEMP. SENSOR WIRING 1012-57-7 21614...
  • Page 245 1012CNF CHANNEL 1 OUTLINE DIMENSIONS CABLE JUNCTION BOX/ TEMP. SENSOR HOUSING 1012-57-8 21614...
  • Page 246 1012BN-1 "L" "L" SPACER BAR USED WITH TRANSDUCERS ALONE SPACER BAR PIPE O.D.RANGE "L" PART NUMBER (SEE NOTE 2) SPACER BAR USED WITH MOUNTING FRAMES-REFLECT MODE SHOWN OUTLINE DIMENSIONS 1010 SERIES SPACER BAR 1012BN-8 21614...
  • Page 247 DIRECT MODE REFLECT MODE INSTALLED ON PIPE OUTLINE DIMENSIONS 1011 SERIES DEDICATED 1012FN-8 21614...
  • Page 248 MOUNTING FRAME PART NUMBER REFLECT MODE DIRECT MODE INSTALLED ON PIPE 1012FNH-8 21614...
  • Page 251 INSTALLATION/OUTLINE 1011 SERIES TEST BLOCK 1012TB - 8 21614...
  • Page 252 REFLECT MODE INSTALLATION 1011N UNIVERSAL TRANSDUCER AND TRACK INSTALLATION DRAWING 1010 SERIES TRANSDUCERS AND MOUNTING TRACKS 1012TN-7 21614...
  • Page 253 DIRECT MODE INSTALLATION 1011N UNIVERSAL TRANSDUCER AND TRACK INSTALLATION DRAWING 1010 SERIES TRANSDUCERS AND MOUNTING TRACKS 1012TN-7 21614...
  • Page 254 REFLECT MODE DIRECT MODE OUTLINE DIMENSIONS 1012TN SERIES MOUNTING TRACK 1012TN - 8 21614...
  • Page 255 REFLECT MODE INSTALLATION 1011HN HIGH PRECISION TRANSDUCER AND TRACK INSTALLATION DRAWING 1010 SERIES TRANSDUCERS AND MOUNTING TRACKS 1012TNH-7 21614...
  • Page 256 DIRECT MODE INSTALLATION 1011HN HIGH PRECISION TRANSDUCER AND TRACK INSTALLATION DRAWING 1010 SERIES TRANSDUCERS AND MOUNTING TRACKS 1012TNH-7 21614...
  • Page 257 REFLECT MODE DIRECT MODE OUTLINE DIMENSIONS 1012TNH SERIES MOUNTING TRACK 1012TNH - 8 21614...
  • Page 258 1012F-DB-7 21614...
  • Page 262 OUTLINE DIMENSIONS WELD SEAL TYPE ENCLOSURES 1013WS-8 21614...
  • Page 268 STEP - 1 STEP - 2 STEP - 3 STEP - 4 BAND LENGTH TABLE PERMANENT INSTALLATION / SERVICE NOTE INSTALLATION DRAWING TEMPERATURE SENSOR DEDICATED, NEMA 4 991TN - 7 21614...
  • Page 269 OUTLINE DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE SENSOR DEDICATED, NEMA 4 991TN - 8 21614...
  • Page 272 PART No. GLAND SUPPLIED WITH CABLE IS SUITABLE FOR AMBIENT TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE BELOW 225°F ONLY INSTALLATION/OUTLINE 991TW - 8 21614...
  • Page 277 04/18/02 06/24/03 (CN4763) Added reference to Fixed Spacer, CC110, Clean Gasket (CN5000) Added reference to proper unpacking and disassembly 04/25/05 (CN5157) Changed LOGO to Siemens. Updated Fig 3-B 08/14/06 Tools Required General Notes 1) Hex Key Set S.A.E. 5/32 and 1/8 In.
  • Page 278 Fig 1-1 Dual beam, Mount above horizontal Direct plane on pipe. Avoid HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL mounting directly on top and bottom of horizontal pipes. Single beam, Dual beam, 180° Reflect Reflect Fig 1-1 Step 1: Mounting the straps. Unpack and disassemble the enclosure. Remove the Covers. Remove the Keepers. Remove Remove the Clamp assembly.
  • Page 279 Fig 1-6 Step 1-R: Mounting the Straps For Reflect Mode A. Determine the mounting plane of the path/s Keepers See Fig 1-1 and refer to General Notes on page 1 of 8. Take up the slack in the strap and locate the keeper/s at the selected plane/s.
  • Page 280 Fig 1-9 Fig 1-10 Step 1-D: Mounting the Straps for Direct-X Mode Keepers A. Roughly Locate the Keepers on the horizontal plane of the pipe. See Fig 1-9 and 1-10. B. Using the Mylar material provided, make a template. Tightly wrap the Mylar strip around the pipe and overlap the ends.
  • Page 281 Fig 2-1 Fig 2-2 Step 2: Mounting the Enclosure Down-stream Side This assembly is primarily self centering. (Adjustable) A. Place the Enclosure assembly over the Keepers Up-stream Side Secure one end and (Reference) move the other till and slip into place. You may be required to centered.
  • Page 282 Fig 3-1 Fig 3-2 Step 3: Install the Transducers. A. Apply a thin bead of CC128 to the bottom side of the transducers along their center length. See Fig 3-1. B. Visually confirm the presence of insulating tape on the inside walls of the enclosure.
  • Page 283 Fig 3-7 Fig 3-8 Step 3: Install the Transducers. Tighten Clamping Screw to Bracket secure transducer. Tighten D. Install bracket at outside hinge. Bracket hooks over the to 15 in/lbs. Secure with a hooks onto locking hex nut. Where hinge. See Fig 3-7. hinge applicable, locate clamping E.
  • Page 284 Fig 4-1 Tack Weld outer ends of each bracket, then remove strap This photo shows what final installation should look like. Only one path is represented here. Step 4: (Optional) Weld assembly to pipe. If you desire, Fig 4-2 Tack Weld center you may weld the assembly to the pipe.
  • Page 285 Fig 5-5 Fig 5-6 Step 5: Install Gasket Seal. Two people may be required Pull tight, then let Temporarily go to snap in tie off this end to perform this step. place. of gasket. The procedure below is a recommended process. Any suitable method for achieving a snug inner ring is acceptable.
  • Page 287 Approved Original Release Added provisions for welding to pipe (Page 8 Step 5) Fixed Typo Step 2 Paragraph A,C (Notes) 03/16/06 (CN5157) Changed LOGO to Siemens 08/14/06 Tools Required General Notes 1) Hex Key Set S.A.E. 5/32 and 1/8 In.
  • Page 288 Fig 1-1 Dual beam, Single beam, Dual beam, Direct Reflect Reflect HORIZONTAL 180° Fig 1-2A Step 1: Mounting the straps. Remove Keepers Disassemble the enclosure. Remove the Covers. Remove the Keepers. Remove the Clamping Bracket. Loosen the transducer clamping screw. Retain all hardware for future use.
  • Page 289 Fig 1-6 Step 1-R: Mounting the Straps For Reflect Mode A. Determine the mounting plane of the path/s Keepers See Fig 1-1 and refer to General Notes on page 1 of 8. Take up the slack in the strap and locate the keeper/s at the selected plane/s.
  • Page 290 Fig 1-11 Fig 1-12 Step 1-D: Mounting the Straps For Direct-X Mode Keepers A. Roughly Locate the Keepers on the horizontal plane of the pipe. See Fig 1-11 and 1-12. B. Using the Mylar material provided, make a template. Tightly wrap the Mylar strip around the pipe and overlap the ends.
  • Page 291 Fig 2-1 Fig 2-2 Step 2: Mounting the Enclosure Dwn-stream Housing A. Place the Enclosure assembly over the Keepers Up-stream Housing and slip into place. You may be required to align and manipulate the Keeper studs into their respective holes. Be aware of Up-stream vs.
  • Page 292 Fig 3-1 Fig 3-2 Step 3: Install the Transducers. A. Apply a thin bead of CC128 to the bottom side of the transducers along their center length. See Fig 3-1. Visually confirm the presence of insulating tape on the inside walls of the housings.
  • Page 293 Fig 4-5 Fig 4-6 Step 4: Install Gasket Seal. Two people may be required Pull tight, then let Temporarily go to snap in tie off this end place. to perform this step. of gasket. The procedure below is a recommended process. Any suitable method for achieving a snug inner ring is acceptable.
  • Page 294 Fig 5-1 This photo shows what a Tack Weld outer final installation should ends of each look like. Only one path is represented here. bracket, then remove strap Step 5: (Optional) Weld assembly to pipe. If you desire, Fig 5-2 you may weld the assembly to the pipe.
  • Page 295 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Index Symbols 2x16 Character Liquid Crystal Display Panel 2-4, 2-5 1011 Series Transducers 3-4 1011 Universal Transducer 5-23, 6-15 1011H High Precision Transducer 5-23, 6-15 991 Universal Transducer 5-23, 6-15 Absolute Flow 5-45 Vfab, Vfo, Vs 5-45 Accuracy 4-3 Active Memory 4-6 Actual MTY Command 5-30 Actual Zero 5-32...
  • Page 296 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Kc Calibration 5-50 [Chan/Path Setup] 2-7, 2-17, 2-27 Chan/Path Setup Menu 5-2 Chan/Path Setup Menu Structure 5-2 Character Entry Field 2-10 Choosing Pipe Class 5-8 Choosing Pipe Size 5-8 Circular Memory 5-68 Clamp-on Transducer Mounting Modes 3-5 Direct 3-11 Reflect 3-8 Selecting Location 3-4 Vertical Mounting 3-5...
  • Page 297 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Editing 5-37 Defragmenting Memory Command 5-69 Deleting Pipe(s) From Pipe Table 5-65 Density (SG) 5-14 Diagnostic Data 4-18, 6-1 Diagnostics Data Menu 6-1 Main Screen 6-2 Diagnostic Main Menu Description 6-2 Direct Mode-Mounting Frames, Spacer Bar and Spacing Guides 3-11 Aligning The Transducers 3-14 Finding The Halfway Distance 3-14 Display Screen 2-4, 5-77...
  • Page 298 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Getting Started 2-1 Graphic Display Screen 2-5 Hardware Installation Guide 3-1 Hazardous Applications 2-1 High LiquIdent 5-48 High Temperature 5-48 High Viscosity cS 5-48 How To Recall A Site Setup 5-2 Ice Bath, RTD Calibration 5-72 I/O Data Control Menu 5-56 Inaccurate Viscosity Values 4-5 Index Pin 3-16 Index Value 5-19...
  • Page 299 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Low Viscosity cS 5-48 Ltn Menu Cell 5-26 Ltn Value (in) 5-23 Magnetic Wand 2-5, 2-13 Makeup Latch 5-49 Disable, Enable 5-49 Managing Site Setups 5-2 Marking Transducers 5-65 Matching Serial Numbers 4-2 Max Flow 5-46 Range Setting 5-46 Max LiquIdent 5-47 Max Temperature 5-47...
  • Page 300 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 NEGFLOW 5-38, 5-43 New Site Setup, Creating 2-16, 2-23 Nuclear Power Applications 5-23 Number Index Menu Cell 5-26 Number Index 3-14 Numeric Entry 2-10, 2-15 Operating System 1-2 Operation Adjust Menu 5-35 Operation Adjust Menu Structure 5-35 Outputting Datalogger 5-67 Parity 5-74 Password Entry Option 5-4 Pgen Output Trim 5-70...
  • Page 301 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Reflect Mode Mounting Frames and Spacer Bar 3-8 With Spacer Bar Only 3-9 Reflect Mount Installation With Mounting Track 3-15 Relay Option List 5-59 Relay Setup 5-59 Assigning Relay Functions 5-59 Reset Sequence 6-13 Resultant Data (virtual path) 1-4 ReversaMatic™...
  • Page 302 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Setting Clock 5-73 Setting The Log Time Interval 5-55 Single Channel 5-71 Site Programming 2-16, 2-23 Site Setup Recall Site Setup 5-2 Reference Tables 4-7 Slope Correction, Kc 5-52 Slurries 4-6 SmartSlew™ 4-4, 5-36 Software Version 5-76 Sonic Coupling Compounds 3-7 CC#122 3-7 Sonic Velocities for Common Liquids 4-7 Sonic Velocity For Pure Water @ Various Temperatures (meters/sec) 4-8...
  • Page 303 Index CQO:1010PVXFM-3 Transducer Installation 3-1, 5-22 Transducer Pick/Install Menu 5-22 Transducer Selection 5-23 Transducer Type Menu 5-23, 5-65 Transit-time 1-5 Transmit/Receive Functions 5-23 Triggering Tip (Magnetic Wand) 2-5 Troubleshooting Tips 6-11 Flow Computer Messages 6-11 Mounting Transducers On 1012 Test Block 6-16 Reset Sequences 6-13, 6-14 Troubleshooting With Transducer Test Blocks 6-15 Using 1012TB-1 and -2 Test Blocks 6-16...
  • Page 305 Siemens Flow Instruments 155 Plant Avenue, Hauppauge, New York 11788-3801 Tel. +1 (631) 231-3600 Fax. +1 (631) 231-3334 Web: www.siemens.com DUCTILE IRON PIPE Nominal Actual CLASS 50 CLASS 51 CLASS 52 CLASS 53 CLASS 54 CLASS 55 CLASS 56 Liner (Cement) Diameter O.D.
  • Page 306 These do not conform to American Standard B36. 10. PIPE WEIGHT FORMULA FOR STEEL PIPE (lbs per foot) 10.68 (D-t) t, where D=Outside Diameter and t=Wall Thickness Siemens Flow Instruments 155 Plant Avenue, Hauppauge, New York 11788-3801 Tel. +1 (631) 231-3600 Fax. +1 (631) 231-3334...
  • Page 308 Responsibility for suitability and intended CoC Ultrasonic Flow Printed in the USA use of this instrument rests solely with the user. Hauppauge, NY 11788 © Siemens AG 09.2008 www.siemens.com/processautomation...

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