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Instruction Manual August 2006
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LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA)

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  • Page 1 Instruction Manual August 2006 sitrans LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA)
  • Page 2 The user is responsible for all changes and repairs made to the device by the user or the user’s agent. • All new components are to be provided by Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments Inc. • Restrict repair to faulty components only.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents .........................i Safety Notes .............................1 Safety marking symbols ......................1 The Manual ...............................1 Application Examples ........................2 Abbreviations and Identifications .....................2 SITRANS LR 200 ........................4 Applications ............................4 System Implementation .......................5 Programming ..........................5 Approvals and Certificates ......................5 Specifications ........................
  • Page 4 Write locking ..........................20 How to do a Master Reset ......................20 Fault Reset ..........................20 Quick Setup .............................21 Activating SITRANS LR 200 ......................21 Setting the PROFIBUS address via the hand programmer ..........21 Performing calibration via PROFIBUS PA ................22 Using Auto False Echo Suppression ..................
  • Page 5 Appendix B: Troubleshooting ..................42 General Fault Codes ..........................42 Appendix C: Maintenance ....................43 Unit Repair and Excluded Liability ....................43 Appendix D: Flange Adapter Versions ................44 Dimensions: PTFE Rod Antenna, FF Flange ..................44 Dimensions: PTFE Rod, Threaded Connection ................45 Dimensions: PTFE Rod, Threaded Connection, Shielded ............46 Dimensions: Horn Antenna with FF Flange ..................47 Dimensions: Waveguide Antenna with FF Flange ................48 Dimensions: Sliding Waveguide Configuration ................49...
  • Page 6 Appendix G: LCD menu structure ..................65 Appendix H: PROFIBUS PA Profile Structure ..............69 PROFIBUS Level Device Design ......................69 Block Model for recording and processing measured values ........69 Description of the blocks ......................70 Transducer block function groups..................70 Analog Input Function Blocks 1 and 2.................. 72 Appendix J: Asynchronous Communications Data Map ..........75 Directory............................
  • Page 7: Safety Notes

    This manual will help you set up your SITRANS LR 200 for optimum performance. We always welcome suggestions and comments about manual content, design, and accessibility. Please direct your comments to techpubs.smpi@siemens.com. For other Siemens Milltronics level measurement manuals, go to: www.siemens.com/level, and look under Level Measurement. 7ML19985HP01 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) –...
  • Page 8: Application Examples

    A standard level application is found on page 23: see also Applications on page 59. If you require more information, please contact your Siemens Milltronics representative. For a complete list of Siemens Milltronics representatives, go to www.siemens.com/ processautomation. Abbreviations and Identifications...
  • Page 9 Short Units Long Form Description form (cont’ d ) Full Vacuum Electrostatic Discharge Input current Output current Intrinsically Safe safety approval Internal inductance Level Radar Level Transducer Block milliHenry Henry µF microFarad Farad µs microsecond Second Process Automation (PROFIBUS) Process Device Manager (SIMATIC) Pressure Equipment safety approval...
  • Page 10: Sitrans Lr 200

    SITRANS LR 200 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) is a 2-wire loop-powered, continuous level measuring instrument that uses advanced pulse radar technology at 5.8 GHz (6.3 GHz in North America). The instrument consists of an electronic component coupled to the antenna and process connection.
  • Page 11: System Implementation

    System Implementation SITRANS LR 200 supports PROFIBUS communication protocol, and SIMATIC PDM software. Basic PLC configuration with PROFIBUS PA active PLC PC/laptop PROFIBUS DP DP/PA coupler PROFIBUS PA SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) Programming SITRANS LR 200 carries out its level measurement function according to the set of built-in parameters.
  • Page 12: Specifications

    Specifications Notes: • Siemens Milltronics makes every attempt to ensure the accuracy of these specifications but reserves the right to change them at any time. SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) Power Bus powered On PROFIBUS PA, as per IEC 61158-2 Current consumed 10.5 mA (General Purpose or Intrinsically Safe...
  • Page 13: Interface

    Programmer (infrared keypad) Siemens Milltronics Infrared IS (Intrinsically Safe) Hand Programmer for hazardous and all other locations (battery is non-replaceable). • approval ATEX II 1 G, EEx ia IIC T4, certificate SIRA 01ATEX2147 FM/CSA: Class I, Div. 1, Groups A, B, C, D •...
  • Page 14: Environmental

    Enclosure: • construction aluminum, polyester powder-coated • conduit entry 2 x M20, or 2 x 1/2" NPT with adaptor • ingress protection Type 4X / NEMA 4X, Type 6 / NEMA 6, IP 67, IP68 (see note below) Weight: • standard model <...
  • Page 15: Approvals (verify Against Device Nameplate)

    Approvals (verify against device nameplate) • General , FM, CE US/C • Radio Europe: R&TTE US:FCC Canada:Industry Canada • Hazardous Intrinsically Safe: (Europe) ATEX II 1 G EEx ia IIC (US/Canada) FM/CSA: (barrier required) Class I, Div. 1, Groups A, B, C, D Class II, Div.
  • Page 16: Installation

    Installation WARNINGS: • SITRANS LR 200 is to be used only in the manner outlined in this manual, otherwise protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. • Installation shall only be performed by qualified personnel and in accordance with local governing regulations. •...
  • Page 17 (The concavity of the top can focus echoes into the centre, giving false readings.) Note: Under certain circumstances, it may be acceptable to mount SITRANS LR 200 at the centre of a flat-topped tank: please discuss this with your Siemens Milltronics Representative. Coni preferred...
  • Page 18: Location On A Nozzle, Or On A Manhole Cover

    Location on a nozzle, or on a manhole cover Notes: • Use the 100 mm (4") shield on nozzles that are 100 mm (4") in length, or shorter. • Use the 250 mm (10") shield on nozzles that are 250 mm (10") in length, or shorter. On a nozzle, the end of the shield section should protrude a minimum of 10 mm (0.4”) to avoid interference.
  • Page 19: Sitrans Lr 200 Dimensions

    SITRANS LR 200 Dimensions 50 mm 1/2" NPT cable entry (2.0") (or alternatively, M20 cable gland) threaded cover 109 mm (4.3") 185 mm 154 mm (7.3") (6. 1 ") enclosure/ electronics 158 mm 121 mm (6.2") locking ring (4.8") ref. point 23 mm (0.9") process device tag...
  • Page 20: Wiring

    Wiring Power WARNINGS: dc terminals shall be supplied from an SELV source in accordance with IEC-1010-1 Annex H. All field wiring must have insulation suitable for rated voltages. Connecting SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) Note: Wiring Details For detailed information on Intrinsically Safe setups, please see on page 107.
  • Page 21 For Intrinsically Safe applications, connect the cable shield to the instrument shield connection, and ground the shield to the device using the external ground lug and an equal-potential grounding grid. For more detail on Explosion Siemens Process Automation Protection, you can download the brochure Explosion Protection (part number A5E00265440) from: https://pia.khe.siemens.com/index.asp?Nr=4236.
  • Page 22: Startup

    Startup Only two steps are necessary for a Quick Setup (see page 21 for detailed instructions): Use the hand programmer to set the PROFIBUS address locally. Use SIMATIC PDM to calibrate the four set points: High and Low Calibration Point, and High and Low Level Point.
  • Page 23: Hand Programmer: Key Functions In Run Mode

    Hand Programmer: key functions in RUN mode Function Updates internal enclosure temperature value and displays it in LCD secondary region. Updates echo confidence value and displays it in LCD secondary region. Updates measurement value and displays it in LCD secondary region. Programming SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) The parameters that control the operation of the LR 200 are organized into function groups, and arranged in a 4-level menu structure that can be accessed either via the...
  • Page 24: Program Mode Display

    The hand programmer has two modes of operation: Navigation Mode • in this mode, the rightmost digit of the menu number flashes (the PROGRAM icon is not visible) • up/down arrows change the mode number • pressing the right/left arrows once moves to the next/previous menu •...
  • Page 25: Hand Programmer: Key Functions In Navigation Mode

    Hand Programmer: key functions in Navigation mode When Name Navigation Mode displaying: Up or down menu or item Show previous or next menu or item. arrow menu Show first item in the selected menu, or next menu. Right arrow item Change to Edit mode.
  • Page 26: Security

    Security Local operation enable Local Operation can be enabled or disabled via PDM. Go to Identification > Device > Local Operation Enable and select the desired setting. Remote operation enable Remote Operation can be enabled or disabled via the hand programmer. To change the setting: •...
  • Page 27: Quick Setup

    Quick Setup Activating SITRANS LR 200 Note: Keep infrared devices such as laptops, cell phones, and PDAs, away from SITRANS LR 200 to prevent inadvertent operation. Power up the instrument. SITRANS LR 200 starts in RUN mode, and the LCD displays the output of AIFB1.
  • Page 28: Performing Calibration Via Profibus Pa

    PDM. Please consult the operating instructions or online help for details on using SMPI PROFIBUS PA instruments and SIMATIC PDM. (An Application Guide SIMATIC PDM is available on our website: www.siemens.com/processautomation.) Changing parameter settings • First launch SIMATIC PDM, connect to SITRANS LR 200, and upload data from the device.
  • Page 29: Using Auto False Echo Suppression

    Calibration – steps 1 to 7 Open the menu Device – Sensor Calibration and select the button Dry Calibration (Click on Additional Information to see the schematic showing the PROFIBUS parameters.) Enter the new value for Low Calibration Point (default units are meters). Enter the corresponding value for Low Level Point in percent (default is 0).
  • Page 30: Remote Operation Via Profibus Pa

    PDM. You can locate the Device Description in Device Catalog, under Sensors/Level/ Echo/Siemens Milltronics. If you do not see SITRANS LR 200 under Siemens Milltronics, you can download it from our web site. Go to the SITRANS LR 200 product page at https://pia.khe.siemens.com/index.asp?Nr=7427 and click Downloads.
  • Page 31: Configuration

    The GSD file The GSD file SIEM810F.gsd is available from the SITRANS LR 200 product page on our web site. Go to https://pia.khe.siemens.com/index.asp?Nr=7427 and click Downloads. Download the DeviceInstall, and run it from your computer. This will install the GSD file into your system (as long as you are using SIMATIC software).
  • Page 32: Cyclic Data

    Cyclic Data When you configure SITRANS LR 200 on the PROFIBUS PA bus, there are two slots available for modules. Note: Each of the slots has to have a module defined in it. Slot 0 always transmits AIFB1 information ; slot 1 defaults to Free Place, but can be changed to AIFB2 information.
  • Page 33: Diagnostics

    Status Codes for Bad Quality Values in hex notation Description The LOE timer has expired: this could be caused by 0x10 LOE or by a sensor malfunction: value is BAD. There is an error in the configuration of the function 0x01 blocks in PROFIBUS PA The function block has been placed out of service.
  • Page 34: Acyclic Diagnostics

    Acyclic Diagnostics This consists of four bytes. Indication Hex values Byte Description class 0x01000000 Electronics failure 0x02000000 Mechanical failure 0x04000000 Motor Temperature too high 0x08000000 Electronics temperature too high 0x10000000 Memory error 0X20000000 Measurement failure 0X40000000 Device not initialized (no calibration) 0x80000000 Self calibration failed 0x00010000...
  • Page 35: Acyclic Extended Diagnostics (general Fault Codes)

    Acyclic Extended Diagnostics (General Fault Codes) In addition to the extended diagnostics available by cyclic data exchange (shown above), further extended diagnostics are available via acyclic communications. This consists of Appendix J: Asynchronous Communications Data Map six bytes. Please see on page 75, for the location of the "Extended Diagnostics".
  • Page 36 Meaning Corrective Action Byte (cont display ’ d ) Check the configuration for AIFB1. The input values for Ensure that Upper Value and Process Value Scale for S:14 Lower Value (Process Value AIFB1 are equal. Scale) are not equal. Check the configuration for AIFB2. The input values for Ensure that Upper Value and Process Value Scale for...
  • Page 37: Acyclic Data

    Meaning Corrective Action Byte (cont display ’ d ) The velocity calibration for the device is Return the device to the factory. S:34 incorrect. Cycle the power. This may temporarily solve the problem. Do The device did not not use the device for S:35 initialize properly.
  • Page 38: Configuration Example

    To configure and use PROFIBUS PA with an S7-300/ 400 PLC If SITRANS LR 200 is not listed in the STEP 7 device catalog, you can download the DeviceInstall file from the Siemens Milltronics Web site and run it from your computer. Go to https://pia.khe.siemens.com/index.asp?Nr=7427 and click Downloads.
  • Page 39: Appendix A: Technical Reference

    Appendix A: Technical Reference Principles of Operation SITRANS LR 200 is a sophisticated radar instrument that uses advanced microwave pulse technology to provide non-contacting continuous level measurement in liquids or slurries. Radar level measurement uses the time of flight principle to determine distance to a material surface.
  • Page 40: Echo Lock

    Echo Lock When the echoes are received, the relevant echo algorithm is applied to determine the true material echo. If the selected echo is within the window, the window is then centered about the echo. Otherwise the window widens with each successive shot until the selected echo is within the window, which then returns to its normal width.
  • Page 41: Failsafe Mode

    Failsafe Mode Failsafe mode may be triggered by a loss of echo, a bad configuration, or certain device faults. You can select can select one of three possible values to be reported when a Failsafe mode occurs: • Default value (Failsafe value) used as output value. •...
  • Page 42 When you set Auto False-Echo Suppression to "Learn," the instrument learns the echo profile at that moment . Then it uses the learned profile instead of the default TVT curve, for the distance set in Auto False Echo Suppression Distance. The learned profile (learned TVT curve) follows the echo profile, so that no large false echoes rise above the learned TVT curve.
  • Page 43: Maximum Process Temperature Chart

    Maximum Process Temperature Chart WARNING: Internal temperature must not exceed 80 C (176 Note: The chart below is for guidance only. Maximum Flange and Process Temperatures versus Allowable Ambient for Polypropylene Rod or Flange Adaptor versions of SITRANS LR 200 polypropylene flange process...
  • Page 44: Process Pressure/temperature Derating Curves

    Process Pressure/Temperature derating curves Notes: • These configurations are subject to revision: other options may be added. • Process configuration numbers are not final. • The Process Device Tag shall remain with the process pressure boundary assembly . In the event the instrument package is replaced, the Process Device Tag shall be transferred to the replacement unit.
  • Page 45: Rod Antenna Ansi Hole Pattern Flanges

    51003. • Reference drawing number is shown on the process device tag. You can find this drawing on our website: www.siemens.com/ processautomation, on the LR 200 product page, under Process Connection Specifications. process temperature (°C) 2”...
  • Page 46: Rod Antenna Threaded Connections

    • Reference drawing number is shown on the process device tag. You can find this drawing on our website: www.siemens.com/ processautomation, on the LR 200 product page, under Process Connection process temperature (°C) Specifications.
  • Page 47: Horn Antenna Or Wave Guide - Ansi Hole Pattern Flanges

    22452 stamped on flange. • Reference drawing number is shown on the process device tag. You can find this drawing on our website: www.siemens.com/ processautomation, on the LR 200 product page, under Process Connection process temperature (°C) Specifications.
  • Page 48: Appendix B: Troubleshooting

    20. Also make sure that Write Locking is Off. See Write locking on page 20. If you continue to experience problems, go to our website at www.siemens.com/ processautomation, and check the FAQs for SITRANS LR 200, or contact your Siemens Milltronics representative.
  • Page 49: Appendix C: Maintenance

    Please note the following: • The user is responsible for all changes and repairs made to the device. • All new components must be provided by Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments Inc. • Restrict repair to faulty components only.
  • Page 50: Appendix D: Flange Adapter Versions

    Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200, under Process Connection Specifications. Page 44 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) –...
  • Page 51: Dimensions: Ptfe Rod, Threaded Connection

    Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200, under Process Connection Specifications. WARNING: For pressure applications, it will be necessary to use PTFE tape or other appropriate thread sealing compound, and to tighten the process connection beyond hand-tight.
  • Page 52: Dimensions: Ptfe Rod, Threaded Connection, Shielded

    Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200, under Process Connection Specifications. WARNING: For pressure applications, it will be necessary to use PTFE tape or other appropriate thread sealing compound, and to tighten the process connection beyond hand-tight.
  • Page 53: Dimensions: Horn Antenna With Ff Flange

    • Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA), under Process Connection Specifications.
  • Page 54: Dimensions: Waveguide Antenna With Ff Flange

    • Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200, under Process Connection Specifications.
  • Page 55: Dimensions: Sliding Waveguide Configuration

    • Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200, under Process Connection Specifications.
  • Page 56: Dimensions: Sanitary Rod Antenna

    Process temperature and pressure capabilities are dependent upon information on the process device tag. Reference drawing listed on the tag is available on our website at www.siemens.com/processautomation, on the product page for SITRANS LR 200, under Process Connection Specifications. Page 50 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) –...
  • Page 57: Dimensions: Flanges

    Dimensions: Flanges bolt hole Ø enclosure mounting holes (threaded) flange O.D. 20 mm (0.8”), nominal horn/waveguide mounting holes (threaded) bolt hole circle Ø process side See chart on page 52 for further details on flange sizes. 7ML19985HP01 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL Page 51...
  • Page 58 Bolt Hole Number Pipe size Flange Size Flange O.D. Bolt Hole Ø Circle Ø of Bolts 2” ANSI 150# 6.0” 4.75” .7” 3” ANSI 150# 7.5” 6.0” .75” 4” ANSI 150# 9.0” 7.50” .75” 6” ANSI 150# 11.0” 9.50” .88” 8”...
  • Page 59: Mounting Instructions

    Mounting Instructions Mounting PTFE Rod Antenna, FF Flange 1/2" NPT wiring access or M20 x 1.5 cover cable entry locking ring process device tag customer-flanged nozzle to suit vessel Correctly Mounted Instrument minimum diameter 2" / DIN 50 customer flange integral process seal nozzle/vessel juncture straight/taper transition...
  • Page 60: Rod Assembly

    >150 mm (6”) n/r: extension not required * Consult Siemens Milltronics for assistance with nozzle sizes not listed. ** Application not recommended for 50 mm (2”) I.D. nozzles longer than 100 mm (4”). Shielded rod antennas are available for these applications.
  • Page 61: Mounting: Rod Antenna

    Mounting: Rod Antenna Ideally, the nozzle should be as short as possible. If your application requires a nozzle that exceeds our recommended maximum length, consider using a shielded rod configuration. If you create a new nozzle for the radar instrument, the weld seams must be on the outside of the nozzle.
  • Page 62: Mounting: Horn Antenna And Shielded Rod Antenna

    Mounting: Horn Antenna and Shielded Rod Antenna. 10 mm (0.4") 10 mm (0.4") The end of the horn should protrude The end of the shield should protrude a minimum of 10 mm (0.4”) to avoid a minimum of 10 mm (0.4”) to avoid interference with the nozzle.
  • Page 63: Mounting: Stillpipe Or Sidepipe

    Mounting: Stillpipe or Sidepipe This is an alternative to the waveguide antenna option, used for products with an ε less than 3 or for extremely turbulent or vortex conditions. This mounting arrangement can also be used to provide optimum signal conditions on foaming materials. Suitable pipe diameters are 50 mm (2”) to 250 mm (10”).
  • Page 64: Mounting: Horn With Waveguide Extensions

    Mounting: Horn with Waveguide Extensions Use this combination if the nozzle is long and the diameter is small. For example, if the nozzle is 100 mm (4”) in diameter and 460 mm (18”) in length), the rod antenna is not suitable due to nozzle interference.
  • Page 65: Appendix E: Special Applications

    Appendix E: Special Applications Application Example: Stillpipe This mounting arrangement can be used for products with an ε of less than 3, or if extremely turbulent or vortex conditions exist. It can also be used to provide optimum signal conditions on foaming materials. Notes: •...
  • Page 66 Parameter Select/Enter Hand Programmer Values Auto False Echo distance to material distance to material minus 0.5 m Suppression Distance minus 0.5 m Auto False Echo Suppression Press Mode to return to RUN: and start normal operation. Propagation Factor Value Pipe Inside Diameter (Typical)* 50 mm (2”) 0.827...
  • Page 67: Appendix F: Programming Via The Hand Programmer

    Appendix F: programming via the hand programmer Although the complete range of parameters is only accessible via PDM , you can access and adjust many of the parameters via the Siemens Milltronics infrared hand programmer. Appendix K: Parameter Descriptions •...
  • Page 68: Write Locking

    Write locking Write locking prevents any changes to parameters, either via PDM or the hand programmer, but still allows access to the device. 2547 (unlock value) Enables parameter changes Values any other value Disables parameter changes Go to Write Locking: dentification Menu 1.
  • Page 69: Individual Parameter Reset

    Example: do a Profile reset Go to Reset: 1. Identification Menu 1. 2. Configuration 1.2.3. Reset Press the Right ARROW key to open Edit mode. Key in 1 (Profile Reset) to reset all parameters except PROFIBUS address. Press the Right ARROW key again, to accept the changes and return to Navigation mode.
  • Page 70: Device Calibration

    Device calibration Only four settings are required for a Quick Setup: High Calibration Point, Low Calibration Calibration Point, High Level Point, and Low Level Point. (For an illustration, see page 22.) 2.3. Sensor Calibration: 2.3.1. Sensor Units (default meters) 2.3.2. Calibration Type. "Dry"...
  • Page 71: Appendix G: Lcd Menu Structure

    Appendix G: LCD menu structure SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL Page 65 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL 7ML19985HP01...
  • Page 72 Appendix G: menu structure Input Detailed Setup Failsafe Identification Configuration 6. Detailed Setup 1. Failsafe 1. LOE Timer 1. Identification 2. Configuration 1. Device Address 2. Volume Volume 3. Device 2. Remote Lockout 3. Echo select 4. Statistics 3. Master Reset Table A 1.
  • Page 73 Output AIFB1 3. Output 1. AIFB1 1. Target Mode 2. AIFB2 2. Unit 3. Filter Time Constant Batch Information 4. Function 1. Batch ID 5. Batch Information 2. Batch Unit 6. Process Value Scale 3. Batch operation 7. Output Scale 4.
  • Page 74 Notes Page 68 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL 7ML19985HP01...
  • Page 75: Appendix H: Profibus Pa Profile Structure

    Appendix H: PROFIBUS PA Profile Structure PROFIBUS Level Device Design The device follows the profile block model and is implemented as a Profile 3.0, Class B, PA device. Standard profile parameters are used to program the level transducer block. Block Model for recording and processing measured values The functions of the device are divided into blocks for different areas of responsibility.
  • Page 76: Description Of The Blocks

    Description of the blocks Transducer block function groups The figure below shows the signal flow of measured values from the sensor through the Transducer block into the output value (Primary Value/ Level or Volume; Secondary Value 1 / Level; Secondary Value 2 /Distance 1; or Secondary Value 3 / Distance 2). The Level TB implements all of the basic parameters (see parameter diagram on page 71), including level to volume calculation, if that option has been selected.
  • Page 77 Level Calibration is a linear transfer function that converts a sensor value to a level value. The level value is used for volume calculation, if that function is enabled. Level High Level Point Level Value Low Level Point Calibration Low Calibration Point Sensor Value High Calibration Point Sensor Reference...
  • Page 78: Analog Input Function Blocks 1 And 2

    Electronics temperature The transducer block also monitors the internal temperature of the device electronics. If the temperature exceeds permitted limits, it does not change the sensor value, but it does change the status.The permitted limits correspond to those of the permitted ambient temperature.
  • Page 79 How the AIFBs work The Analog Input Function Blocks allow you to control modifications to the output value (PROFIBUS cyclic data). Output Conversion Values transmitted by the Level TB have a status attached. The decision on what to do with each value is made by the Analog Input Function Block. Device/ Input Simulation The input can be a simulated value instead of a TB OUT value.
  • Page 80 The scaling output is applied. For example: AIFB Out (or AIFB Out) straight to LCD (same values displayed on LCD as PLC) Output range: This value is filtered using a first order filter based on a time constant provided by the user.
  • Page 81: Appendix J: Asynchronous Communications Data Map

    Appendix J: Asynchronous Communications Data Map Directory Size Slot Index Value Description (bytes) Directory Header 1 - Directory ID 1 - Revision Number 3 - Number of entries 8 - Directory Entries 1 - First Composite List 3 - Num Composite Lists List Directory Entry Index No.
  • Page 82 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index ST REV Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER(2) Value ASCII(32) Strategy Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER(2) Alert Key Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Target Mode Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Actual Mode UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Mode Block Permitted Modes UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Normal Mode UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Current States UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Unacknowledged...
  • Page 83: Analog Input Function Blocks: Aifb1 And Aifb2

    Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index Powered Hours UNSIGNED_INTEGER (4) Device Wear Poweron Resets UNSIGNED_INTEGER (2) Reserved Reserved Date of Birth Value ASCII (16) Powered Seconds Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER (4) Boot Revision Value ASCII (16) Reset Fault Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER (2) Profibus Address View Object Value...
  • Page 84 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’ d ) Index Current States UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Unacknowledged UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Alarm Sum- mary Unreported UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Disabled UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) Batch ID UNSIGNED_INTEGER(4) Batch RUP UNSIGNED_INTEGER (2) Batch Informa- tion Batch Operation UNSIGNED_INTEGER(2) Batch Phase UNSIGNED_INTEGER(2) Value FLOAT...
  • Page 85: Transducer Block (level)

    Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’ d ) Index Status UNSIGNED_INTEGER(1) Simulation Value FLOAT Enable UNSIGNED_INTEGER(1) Out Unit Text ASCII(16) Max Out Value FLOAT Min Out Value FLOAT fbViewObject Value BYTE(18) Transducer Block (Level) This is the main transducer block for the device. (A second block is for internal use only.) Relative Name Access Structure...
  • Page 86 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index Value FLOAT Status INTEGER (1) PV Units Value INTEGER (2) Level Value FLOAT Level Units Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER (2) Sensor Value Value FLOAT Sensor Units Value INTEGER (2) Value FLOAT Status INTEGER (1) SV1 Units Value INTEGER (2) Value...
  • Page 87 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index Min Tempera- Value FLOAT ture Value FLOAT Status UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) SV3 Units Value UNSIGNED_INTEGER (2) Transducer INTEGER (2) Basic setup Algorithm INTEGER (1) Response Rate INTEGER (1) Lock INTEGER (1) Window Sill UNSIGNED_INTEGER (1) TVT Hover INTEGER (1) Confidence...
  • Page 88 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT FLOAT XY10 FLOAT FLOAT XY11 FLOAT 92- 129 Reserved Velocity FLOAT Propagation FLOAT Factor Dim A FLOAT Tank shape Dim L...
  • Page 89 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index Point 7 INTEGER (1) Point 8 INTEGER (1) Point 9 INTEGER (1) Point 10 INTEGER (1) Point 11 INTEGER (1) Point 12 INTEGER (1) Point 13 INTEGER (1) Point 14 INTEGER (1) Point 15 INTEGER (1) Point 16 INTEGER (1)
  • Page 90 Relative Name Access Structure Type (cont’d) Index Lock Window Value FLOAT Reserved Echo Window Value FLOAT Used Upper limit FLOAT Measuring Range Lower Limit FLOAT tbViewObject Page 84 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL 7ML19985HP01...
  • Page 91: Appendix K: Parameter Descriptions

    Appendix K: Parameter Descriptions SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA): parameter menus The parameters are grouped in menus according to function. Submenus, arranged on four levels, give access to associated features and options. Some menus are accessible in PDM only via pull-down menus: in those cases, directions are given beside the individual parameter.
  • Page 92: 1.3. Device

    1.2.3. Master Reset Note: Following a Master Reset, complete reprogramming is required. Reset all parameters (except PROFIBUS address) to PROFIBUS PA profile default values Values 2506 Warm Start: restart the device (this option is rarely used) 2712 Reset PROFIBUS address to 126 32768 Reset to manufacturer’s default values (factory settings) 1.2.4.
  • Page 93 1.3.3. Hardware Revision Corresponds to the electronics hardware of the Field Device. Profile Revision PROFIBUS PA Profile standard that this device conforms to. Static Revision No. The revision level of the static data associated with the Physical Block. The Static Revision No.
  • Page 94: Statistics

    1.4. Statistics 1.4.1. Powered Hours Number of hours the unit has been powered up since manufacture. 1.4.2. Poweron Resets The number of power cycles that have occurred since manufacture. 2. Input Static Revision Number The revision level of the static data associated with the Transducer Block, updated whenever a standard profile configuration parameter is changed.
  • Page 95 2.2.2. Response Rate Sets the reaction speed of the device to measurement changes in the target range. Related Echo Response Empty LOE Timer para- Fill Rate Rate Rate (minutes) Lock meters 1 * slow 0.1 m/minute 0.1 m/minute material Values medium 1 m/minute 1 m/minute...
  • Page 96: Sensor Calibration

    2.3. Sensor Calibration Sensor Reference Point (flange face) Sensor Offset High Level Point High Calibration (default: 100%) Sensor Value Point Level Low Calibration Low Level Point Point (default: 0%) Level Offset Secondary Value 1 2.3.1. Sensor Units Whatever units the sensor is measuring in. 2.3.2.
  • Page 97: 2.4. Measuring Limits

    2.3.5. Unit (Level) Selected engineering units for Level (PV). • Referenced from Low Level Point (plus level offset, if any) • Default % • Can be any linear measurement 2.3.6. Low Level Point The level when the material is at Low Calibration Point. The unit is defined in Level units.
  • Page 98: 2.5. Linearization

    2.4.5. Process Temperature Min. The minimum recorded temperature of the internal electronics. Open the menu View – Peak Values and select the tab Temperature. If necessary, click on the reset button, and download to the device. 2.4.6. Process Temperature Max. The maximum recorded temperature of the internal electronics.
  • Page 99 Also required Vessel Shape Description upright, linear (flat bottom) linearization volume conical or pyramidal bottom linearization volume, dimension A linearization volume, parabolic bottom dimension A linearization volume, half-sphere bottom dimension A linearization volume, flat sloped bottom dimension A parabolic end horizontal linearization volume, cylinder dimension A, dimension L...
  • Page 100: 2.6. Detailed Setup

    2.5.3. Linearization Volume The maximum volume of the tank. Units are defined in Primary Value units. For readings in volumetric units instead of percentage values, enter the vessel volume corresponding to High Calibration Point. Any volumetric units can be chosen, because the volume calculation is based on the maximum volume, and scaled according to the vessel shape selected.
  • Page 101 2.6.2. Volume When the vessel shape is too complex for any of the preconfigured shapes, you can define the shape as a series of segments. First assign a value to each level breakpoint., then assign a corresponding value to each volume breakpoint. (Volume values can be percent or volumetric;...
  • Page 102 2.6.3. Echo select 2.6.3.1. Algorithm Selects the algorithm to be applied to the echo profile to extract the true echo. First echo argest echo (reserved for SMPI service Values personnel) best of Largest or irst echo (reserved for SMPI service personnel) 2.6.3.2.
  • Page 103 0.955 150 mm (6”) 0.980 200 mm (8”) 0.990 Contact your Siemens Milltronics representative for other sizes and propagation factor numbers. Note: For waveguide antennas used as stillpipes, the propagation factor value is shown on the process device tag. SITRANS LR 200 distance 12.6 m...
  • Page 104 "Blanking" or "Dead Zone".) Range: 0 to 20 m Values Default: 0.4 m This parameter is for use only by Siemens Milltronics service technicians. SITRANS LR 200 Dimensions For the standard configuration reference point, see Appendix D: Flange Adapter Versions page 13.
  • Page 105 2.6.5.2. Far Range (HI RANGE) Note: Far Range can extend beyond the bottom of the tank. Maximum distance from the reference point , within which an echo should be considered valid. Range: 0 to 20 m Values Default: Low Calibration Point Echo Profile Echo Confidence Measures echo reliability.
  • Page 106 2.6.6. TVT (Auto False Echo Suppression) setup Note: The Auto False Echo Suppression parameters are for authorized Siemens Milltronics Service personnel or technicians familiar with Siemens Milltronics echo processing techniques. View the echo profile first, before attempting to modify these parameters.
  • Page 107 Display before Auto False Echo Suppression Window Default TVT Hover Level Echo Marker Distance (meters) Example after Auto False Echo Suppression Liquid TVT curve level (Learned) False echo Distance (meters) 2.6.6.8. Shaper Mode Adjusts the TVT curve at a specified range. 7ML19985HP01 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) –...
  • Page 108 2.6.7. TVT shaper A breakpoint on the TVT curve, normalized to 0. 2.6.7.1. Shaper A (1-9) 2.6.7.2. Shaper B (10-18) 2.6.7.3. Shaper C (19-27) 2.6.7.4. Shaper D (28-36) 2.6.7.5. Shaper E (37 - 40) 2.6.8. Rate 2.6.8.1. Fill Rate Defines the maximum rate at which the reported sensor value is allowed to increase.Allows you to further adjust the LR 200 response to increases in the actual material level (or an advance to a higher Failsafe Material Level, P071).
  • Page 109 2.6.8.2. Empty rate Defines the maximum rate at which the reported sensor value is allowed to decrease.Adjusts the LR 200 response to decreases in the actual material level. Empty Rate is automatically updated whenever Response Rate is altered. 0.0000 to 99999 Range: m / min.
  • Page 110: Output

    3. Output 3.1. AIFB1 Static Revision No. The revision level of the static data associated with Analog Input Function Block 1. The Static Revision No. is updated whenever a standard profile configuration parameter is changed. 3.1.1. Target Mode Used to request an operating mode from the Function Block. Out of Service (O/S) Values Manual Mode (MAN)
  • Page 111 3.1.6. Process Value Scale 3.1.6.1. Lower Value Defines the operational lower range value of the input value (Process Value Scale) in engineering units. Process Value Scale normalizes the input value to a customer-defined range. 3.1.6.2. Upper Value Defines the operational upper range value of the input value (Process Value Scale) in engineering units.
  • Page 112: 3.2. Aifb2

    3.1.8.5. Limit Hysteresis Hysteresis is used to adjust the sensitivity of the trigger for alarm messages. It is used to compensate when a process variable fluctuates around the same value as a limit. A high level alarm occurs when a value exceeds an upper limit.
  • Page 113: Appendix L: Hazardous Area Installations

    Wiring Details Intrinsically Safe Model FM/CSA (See page 111 for reference drawing 23650529, also available from the product page of our website: www.siemens.com/processautomation.) Under the entity evaluation concept, SITRANS LR 200 has the following characteristics: (input voltage) U = 24 V...
  • Page 114: Fm/csa

    For complete details and instructions regarding the FISCO Concept, see page 111 for drawing number 23650529, also available from the product page of our website: www.siemens.com/processautomation. The FISCO Concept allows interconnection of intrinsically safe apparatus to associated apparatus not specifically examined in such combination. The criteria for interconnection...
  • Page 115: Eu Equivalency

    EU Equivalency Any zener diode safety barrier, certified by an EU approved certification body to [ EEx ia ] IIC, its output voltage (Uo) not exceeding 24 V and its output current (Io) limited by load resistance (Ro); such that Io = Uo / Ro, does not exceed 250 mA. Notes •...
  • Page 116: Product Nameplate

    Product Nameplate Page 110 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL 7ML19985HP01...
  • Page 117: Fm/csa Intrinsically Safe Connection Drawing

    FM/CSA Intrinsically Safe connection drawing Note: Reference drawing 23650529 is available from the product page of our website: www.siemens.com/processautomation. FISCO-Concept The FISCO Concept allows interconnection of intrinsically safe apparatus to associated apparatus not specifically examined in such combination. The criteria for interconnection is that the voltage (U or V...
  • Page 118 The number of passive devices connected to the bus segment is not limited due to I.S. reasons. If the above rules are respected, up to the specified total length, the inductance and capacitance of the cable will not impair the intrinsic safety or the installation. Notes: INTRINSICALLY SAFE CLASS I, II, III DIV.
  • Page 119 Hazardous (Classified) Location Non-Hazardous Location Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F, G Class III T4 @ T a = –...
  • Page 120 Hazardous (Classified) Location Non-Hazardous Location Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D Intrinsic safety barrier Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F, G Class III T4 @ T a = –...
  • Page 121: Fm Class 1, Div. 2 Connection Drawing

    FM Class 1, Div. 2 connection drawing Note: Reference drawing 23650537 is available from the product page of our website: www.siemens.com/processautomation. NON-HAZARDOUS LOCATION HAZARDOUS LOCATION (SAFE) CLASS I, DIV.2, GROUPS A, B, C, D METAL CONDUIT 1/2 “ NPT SITRANS LR 200/...
  • Page 122: Instructions Specific To Hazardous Area Installations

    Instructions specific to hazardous area installations (Reference European ATEX Directive 94/9/EC, Annex II, 1/0/6) The following instructions apply to equipment covered by certificate number SIRA 03ATEX2142X: For use and assembly, refer to the main instructions. The equipment is certified for use as Category 1G equipment. The equipment may be used with flammable gases and vapors with apparatus group IIC and temperature class T4.
  • Page 123 The certification of this equipment relies upon the following materials used in its construction: Aluminum alloy ANSI ref. A380.0 (aluminum enclosure option) Valox 365 (injection moulded plastic enclosure option) Ultem 1010 (window on plastic enclosure option) Stycast 2651-40FR encapsulant, catalyst II The detailed composition of Aluminum A380.0 as used in the metal enclosure (threaded lid option only) is as follows: Si –...
  • Page 124 Notes Page 118 SITRANS LR 200 (PROFIBUS PA) – INSTRUCTION MANUAL 7ML19985HP01...
  • Page 125: Glossary

    Glossary accuracy: degree of conformity of a measure to a standard or a true value. agitator: mechanical apparatus for mixing or aerating. A device for creating turbulence. algorithm: a prescribed set of well-defined rules or processes for the solution of a problem in a finite number of steps.
  • Page 126 confidence: describes the quality of an echo. HIgher values represent higher quality. Confidence threshold defines the minimum value. damping: term applied to the performance of an instrument to denote the manner in which the measurement settles to its steady indication after a change in the value of the level. dB (decibel): a unit used to measure the amplitude of signals.
  • Page 127 frequency: the number of periods occurring per unit time. Frequency may be stated in cycles per second. hertz (Hz): unit of frequency, one cycle per second. 1 Gigahertz (GHz) is equal to 10 horn antenna: a conical, horn-shaped antenna which focuses microwave signals. The larger the horn diameter, the more focused the radar beam.
  • Page 128 radar: radar is an acronym for RAdio Detection And Ranging. A device that radiates electromagnetic waves and utilizes the reflection of such waves from distant objects to determine their existence or position. range: distance between a transmitter and a target. range extension: the distance below the zero percent or empty point in a vessel.
  • Page 129: Index

    Index acyclic diagnostics 28 acyclic extended diagnostics 29 fault reset 20 flange sizes chart 52 abbreviations function keys list 2 edit mode 19 acyclic diagnostics navigation mode 19 fault codes 28 address 85 GSD file 25 address, PROFIBUS 21 agitator blade detection hand programmer avoiding 89 device calibration 64...
  • Page 130 hand programmer 18 stillpipe Near Range weld requirements 57 (blanking) 35 network address 25 temperature key 17 temperature specification operating principles 33 Ambient/Operating 10 terminals accessing 14 parameter setting TVT curve 35 changing 32 pipe sizes 52 power consumption 25 vessel shape power source conical top 11...
  • Page 131 Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments Inc. Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments Inc. 2006 1954Technology Drive, P .O. Box 4225 Subject to change without prior notice Peterborough, ON, Canada K9J 7B1 Rev. 1.3 Tel: (705) 745-2431 Fax: (705) 741-0466 *7ml19985hp01* Email: techpubs.smpi@siemens.com...

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