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TWM 9000
TWM 9000
TWM 9000
TWM 9000
Electronic Revision:
ER 3.3.xx
(SW.REV. 3.3x)
The documentation is only complete when used in combination with the relevant
documentation for the sensor.
Quick Start
Quick Start
Quick Start
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  • Page 1 TWM 9000 TWM 9000 TWM 9000 TWM 9000 Quick Start Quick Start Quick Start Quick Start Electronic Revision: ER 3.3.xx (SW.REV. 3.3x) The documentation is only complete when used in combination with the relevant documentation for the sensor.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS TWM 9000 1 Safety instructions 2 Installation 2.1 Intended use ........................6 2.2 Scope of delivery....................... 6 2.3 Storage ..........................7 2.4 Transport .......................... 7 2.5 Installation specifications ....................7 2.6 Mounting of the compact version..................8 2.7 Mounting the field housing, remote version ..............8 2.7.1 Pipe mounting .........................
  • Page 3 CONTENTS TWM 9000 3.8 Inputs and outputs, overview ..................44 3.8.1 Combinations of the inputs/outputs (I/Os) ................44 3.8.2 Description of the CG number ....................45 3.8.3 Fixed, non-alterable input/output versions................46 3.8.4 Alterable input/output versions.................... 48 3.9 Electrical connection of the inputs and outputs ............49 3.9.1 Field housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs ...........
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS TWM 9000 Warnings and symbols used DANGER! This information refers to the immediate danger when working with electricity. DANGER! These warnings must be observed without fail. Even partial disregard of this warning can lead to serious health problems and even death. There is also the risk of seriously damaging the device or parts of the operator's plant.
  • Page 5 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS TWM 9000 34-VF-25-53 iss.3 GLO Aug 10 US www.honeywell.com/ps...
  • Page 6: Installation

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.1 Intended use The electromagnetic flowmeters are designed exclusively to measure the flow and conductivity of electrically conductive, liquid media. DANGER! For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex documentation.
  • Page 7: Storage

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 Possible scope of delivery for signal converter / measuring sensor Measuring sensor Measuring sensor + signal converter TWM 9000 Compact Remote field Remote wall- Remote rack-mounted housing mounted housing housing R (28 TE) VersaFlow Mag 100 VersaFlow Mag 100...
  • Page 8: Mounting Of The Compact Version

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.6 Mounting of the compact version INFORMATION! The signal converter is mounted directly on the measuring sensor. For installation of the flowmeter, please observe the instructions in the supplied product documentation for the measuring sensor. 2.7 Mounting the field housing, remote version INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery.
  • Page 9: Wall Mounting

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.7.2 Wall mounting Figure 2-3: Wall mounting of the field housing Mounting 1 Prepare the holes with the aid of the mounting plate. For further information refer to plate, field housing on page 10. 2 Use the mounting material and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
  • Page 10: Mounting Plate, Field Housing

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.7.3 Mounting plate, field housing Dimensions in mm and inch [mm] [inch] Ø9 Ø0.4 www.honeywell.com/ps 34-VF-25-53 iss.3 GLO Aug 10 US...
  • Page 11: Turning The Display Of The Field Housing Version

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.7.4 Turning the display of the field housing version Figure 2-4: Turning the display of the field housing version The display of the field housing version can be turned in 90° increments. 1 Unscrew the cover from the display and operation control unit.
  • Page 12: Mounting The Wall-Mounted Housing, Remote Version

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.8 Mounting the wall-mounted housing, remote version INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives. 2.8.1 Pipe mounting Figure 2-5: Pipe mounting of the wall-mounted housing 1 Fasten the mounting plate to the pipe with standard U-bolts, washers and fastening nuts.
  • Page 13: Wall Mounting

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.8.2 Wall mounting Figure 2-6: Wall mounting of the wall-mounted housing Mounting 1 Prepare the holes with the aid of the mounting plate. For further information refer to plate, wall-mounted housing on page 14. 2 Fasten the mounting plate securely to the wall.
  • Page 14: Mounting Plate, Wall-Mounted Housing

    INSTALLATION TWM 9000 2.8.3 Mounting plate, wall-mounted housing Dimensions in mm and inch [mm] [inch] Ø9 Ø0.4 3.85 www.honeywell.com/ps 34-VF-25-53 iss.3 GLO Aug 10 US...
  • Page 15 INSTALLATION TWM 9000 34-VF-25-53 iss.3 GLO Aug 10 US www.honeywell.com/ps...
  • Page 16: Electrical Connections

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.1 Safety instructions DANGER! All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take note of the voltage data on the nameplate! DANGER! Observe the national regulations for electrical installations! DANGER! For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply;...
  • Page 17: Electrical Cables For Remote Device Versions, Notes

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.3 Electrical cables for remote device versions, notes 3.3.1 Notes on signal cables A and B INFORMATION! The signal cables A (type DS 300) with double shield and B (type BTS 300) with triple shield ensure proper transmission of measured values.
  • Page 18: Requirements For Signal Cables Provided By The Customer

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.3.3 Requirements for signal cables provided by the customer INFORMATION! If the signal cable was not ordered, it is to be provided by the customer. The following requirements regarding the electrical values of the signal cable must be observed: Electrical safety •...
  • Page 19: Preparing The Signal And Field Current Cables

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4 Preparing the signal and field current cables INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives. The electrical connection of the outer shield is different for the various housing variants. Please observe the corresponding instructions.
  • Page 20: Preparing Signal Cable A, Connection To Signal Converter

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.2 Preparing signal cable A, connection to signal converter Field housing INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
  • Page 21 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 Wall mounted housing INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives. • The connection of the outer shield (60) is carried out in the wall-mounted housing via the stranded drain wire (6).
  • Page 22: Length Of Signal Cable A

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.3 Length of signal cable A INFORMATION! For temperatures of the medium above 150 C / 300 F, a special signal cable and a ZD ° ° intermediate socket are necessary. These are available including the changed electrical connection diagrams.
  • Page 23: Signal Cable B (Type Bts 300), Construction

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.4 Signal cable B (type BTS 300), construction • Signal cable B is a triple-shielded cable for signal transmission between the measuring sensor and signal converter. • Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2" Figure 3-5: Construction of signal cable B 1 Stranded drain wire for the inner shield (10), 1.0 mm...
  • Page 24 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 Figure 3-6: Signal cable B, preparation for field housing a = 80 mm / 3.15" b = 10 mm / 0.39" 1 Strip the conductor to dimension a. 2 Trim the outer shield to dimension b and pull it over the outer sheath.
  • Page 25 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 Wall-mounted housing INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives. • The connection of the outer shield (60) is carried out in the wall-mounted housing via the stranded drain wire (6).
  • Page 26: Length Of Signal Cable B

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.6 Length of signal cable B INFORMATION! For temperatures of the medium above 150 C / 300 F, a special signal cable and a ZD ° ° intermediate socket are necessary. These are available including the changed electrical connection diagrams.
  • Page 27: Preparing Field Current Cable C, Connection To Signal Converter

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.7 Preparing field current cable C, connection to signal converter DANGER! A non-shielded three-wire copper cable is sufficient for the field current cable. If you nevertheless use shielded cables, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 28 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 In the wall-mounted housing version the connection terminals are designed for the following cable cross-sections: • Flexible cable ≤ 1.5 mm / AWG 14 • Solid cable ≤ 2.5 mm / AWG 12 Figure 3-9: Field current cable C, preparation for the signal converter a = 80 mm / 3.15"...
  • Page 29: Preparing Signal Cable A, Connection To Measuring Sensor

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.8 Preparing signal cable A, connection to measuring sensor INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
  • Page 30: Preparing Signal Cable B, Connection To Measuring Sensor

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.9 Preparing signal cable B, connection to measuring sensor INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
  • Page 31: Preparing Field Current Cable C, Connection To Measuring Sensor

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.4.10 Preparing field current cable C, connection to measuring sensor INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
  • Page 32: Connecting The Signal And Field Current Cables

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5 Connecting the signal and field current cables DANGER! Cables may only be connected when the power is switched off. DANGER! The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel against electric shocks.
  • Page 33: Connecting The Signal And Field Current Cables, Field Housing

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.1 Connecting the signal and field current cables, field housing • The outer shield of signal cable A and/or B is connected electrically with the housing via the clip of the strain relief. • If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 34: Connecting The Signal And Field Current Cables, Wall-Mounted Housing

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.2 Connecting the signal and field current cables, wall-mounted housing • The outer shield of signal cable A and/or B is connected via the stranded drain wire. • If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 35: Connecting The Signal And Field Current Cables, 19" Rack-Mounted Housing (28 Te)

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.3 Connecting the signal and field current cables, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE) Figure 3-15: Connection signal cable A and field current cable 1 Signal cable A 2 Shield and insulated wires 2 and 3 3 Field current cable...
  • Page 36: Connection Diagram For Measuring Sensor, Field Housing

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.4 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, field housing DANGER! The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel against electric shocks. • If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 37: Connection Diagram For Measuring Sensor, Wall-Mounted Housing

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.5 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, wall-mounted housing DANGER! The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel against electric shocks. • If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 38: Connection Diagram For Measuring Sensor, 19" Rack-Mounted Housing (28 Te)

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.6 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE) DANGER! The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel against electric shocks. • If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 39: Connection Diagram For Measuring Sensor, 19" Rack-Mounted Housing (21 Te)

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.5.7 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE) DANGER! The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel against electric shocks. • If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT NOT be connected in the housing of the signal converter.
  • Page 40: Grounding The Measuring Sensor

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.6 Grounding the measuring sensor 3.6.1 Classical method CAUTION! There should be no difference in potential between the measuring sensor and the housing or protective earth of the signal converter! • The measuring sensor must be properly grounded.
  • Page 41: Virtual Reference

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.6.2 Virtual reference For pipelines which are electrically insulated on the inside (e.g. have an inner liner or are made completely out of plastic), it is also possible to measure without additional grounding rings or electrodes.
  • Page 42 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 100...230 VAC (tolerance range: -15% / +10%) 100...230 VAC (tolerance range: -15% / +10%) 100...230 VAC (tolerance range: -15% / +10%) 100...230 VAC (tolerance range: -15% / +10%) • Note the power supply voltage and frequency (50...60 Hz) on the nameplate.
  • Page 43 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 Power supply connection (excluding 19" rack-mounted housing) 1 100...230 VAC (-15% / +10%), 22 VA 2 24 VDC (-55% / +30%), 12 W 3 24 VAC/DC (AC: -15% / +10%; DC: -25% / +30%), 22 VA or 12 W Power supply connection for 19"...
  • Page 44: Inputs And Outputs, Overview

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.8 Inputs and outputs, overview 3.8.1 Combinations of the inputs/outputs (I/Os) This signal converter is available with various input/output combinations. Basic version • Has 1 current output, 1 pulse output and 2 status outputs / limit switches.
  • Page 45: Description Of The Cg Number

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.8.2 Description of the CG number Figure 3-21: Marking (CG number) of the electronics module and input/output variants 1 ID number: 0 2 ID number: 0 = standard; 9 = special 3 Power supply option 4 Display (language versions)
  • Page 46: Fixed, Non-Alterable Input/Output Versions

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.8.3 Fixed, non-alterable input/output versions This signal converter is available with various input/output combinations. • The grey boxes in the tables denote unassigned or unused connection terminals. • In the table, only the final digits of the CG no. are depicted.
  • Page 47 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 CG no. Connection terminals PROFIBUS PA (Ex i) (option) D 0 0 FISCO Device FISCO Device D 1 0 active NAMUR passive FISCO Device FISCO Device D 2 0 passive NAMUR passive FISCO Device FISCO Device...
  • Page 48: Alterable Input/Output Versions

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.8.4 Alterable input/output versions This signal converter is available with various input/output combinations. • The grey boxes in the tables denote unassigned or unused connection terminals. • In the table, only the final digits of the CG no. are depicted.
  • Page 49: Electrical Connection Of The Inputs And Outputs

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.9 Electrical connection of the inputs and outputs INFORMATION! Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives. 3.9.1 Field housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs DANGER! All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected.
  • Page 50: Wall-Mounted Housing, Electrical Connection Of The Inputs And Outputs

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.9.2 Wall-mounted housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs DANGER! All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take note of the voltage data on the nameplate! • For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce radiation from electrical interferences (EMC).
  • Page 51: 19" Rack-Mounted Housing (28 Te), Electrical Connection Of The Inputs And Outputs

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.9.3 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE), electrical connection of the inputs and outputs DANGER! All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take note of the voltage data on the nameplate! •...
  • Page 52: 19" Rack-Mounted Housing (21 Te), Electrical Connection Of The Inputs And Outputs

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 3.9.4 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE), electrical connection of the inputs and outputs DANGER! All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take note of the voltage data on the nameplate! •...
  • Page 53 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TWM 9000 34-VF-25-53 iss.3 GLO Aug 10 US www.honeywell.com/ps...
  • Page 54: Start-Up

    START-UP TWM 9000 4.1 Switching on the power Before connecting to power, please check that the system has been correctly installed. This includes: • The device must be mechanically safe and mounted in compliance with the regulations. • The power connections must have been made in compliance with the regulations.
  • Page 55 START-UP TWM 9000 34-VF-25-53 iss.3 GLO Aug 10 US www.honeywell.com/ps...
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