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SITRANS F
Ultrasonic Flowmeters
FST030 (HART)
Operating Instructions
Edition
08/2017
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  • Page 1 SITRANS F Ultrasonic Flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions Edition 08/2017 Answers for industry.
  • Page 3 Operating Instructions Operating Service and maintenance Diagnosing and troubleshooting Technical data Dimension drawings Certificates and support SIMATIC PDM These Operating Instructions apply to Siemens SITRANS FST030 transmitters for use in flow meter systems with order codes commencing 7ME372 08/2017 A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction ............................. 7 Product compatibility ......................... 7 Document history ........................8 Device documentation package ....................8 Items supplied ........................... 9 Checking the consignment ....................... 9 Security information ........................ 10 Transportation and storage ..................... 11 Notes on warranty ........................11 Safety notes ............................
  • Page 6 Table of contents Connecting ............................35 Basic safety notes ........................35 5.1.1 Missing PE/ground connection ....................35 5.1.2 Unsuitable cables, cable glands and/or plugs ............... 36 5.1.3 Lack of equipotential bonding ....................36 5.1.4 Unprotected cable ends ......................36 5.1.5 Improper laying of shielded cables ..................
  • Page 7 Table of contents 7.2.3 Operating the totalizers ......................74 7.2.4 Handling alarms ........................75 7.2.5 Reading the diagnostic values ....................76 Reading / changing parameters ....................76 7.3.1 Alphanumeric parameters ....................... 76 7.3.1.1 Changing the resolution ......................78 7.3.2 Parameter lists ........................78 Service and maintenance ........................
  • Page 8 Table of contents SIMATIC PDM ............................. 125 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM ..................125 B.1.1 Operating via SIMATIC PDM ....................125 B.1.2 Functions in SIMATIC PDM ....................125 B.1.3 Supported SIMATIC PDM versions ..................125 B.1.4 Initial setup ........................... 126 B.1.5 Integrating the EDD ......................
  • Page 9: Introduction

    ® registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation. In order to operate an ultrasonic flow meter, you need both the transmitter Operating Instructions and the sensor Installation Manual, see Flow documentation (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/17317). Product compatibility Docu- Remarks Device revision...
  • Page 10: Document History

    Edition Note 08/2017 Chapter: Safety notes. Use in hazardous areas. Special conditions for safe use. Added: Must be installed • in accordance with Siemens control drawing A5E32778336A. 02/2017 First edition • Device documentation package The user documentation package for this product includes the following documents...
  • Page 11: Items Supplied

    Note The SD-Card Mass Storage functionality has been disabled by SIEMENS on all products sold or imported in the United States. Products having enabled SD-Card Mass storage functionality are intended to be used solely outside the United States and should not be imported into the United States by the user.
  • Page 12: Security Information

    In order to protect plants, systems, machines and networks against cyber threats, it is necessary to implement – and continuously maintain – a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Siemens’ products and solutions only form one element of such a concept. Customer is responsible to prevent unauthorized access to its plants, systems, machines and networks.
  • Page 13: Transportation And Storage

    The sales contract contains all obligations on the part of Siemens as well as the complete and solely applicable warranty conditions. Any statements regarding device versions described in the manual do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty.
  • Page 14 Introduction 1.8 Notes on warranty SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 15: Safety Notes

    Safety notes Preconditions for safe use This device left the factory in good working condition. In order to maintain this status and to ensure safe operation of the device, observe these instructions and all the specifications relevant to safety. Observe the information and symbols on the device. Do not remove any information or symbols from the device.
  • Page 16: Fcc Conformity

    Safety notes 2.2 Laws and directives Further provisions for hazardous area applications are for example: ● IEC 60079-14 (international) ● EN 60079-14 (EC) 2.2.1 FCC Conformity US Installations only: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules Note • This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 17: Requirements For Special Applications

    Due to the large number of possible applications, each detail of the described device versions for each possible scenario during commissioning, operation, maintenance or operation in systems cannot be considered in the instructions. If you need additional information not covered by these instructions, contact your local Siemens office or company representative. Note...
  • Page 18: Use In Hazardous Areas

    ● Sensor and transmitter are connected to the potential equalization throughout the hazardous area. ● EN/IEC 60079-14 is considered for installation in hazardous areas. Must be installed in accordance with Siemens control drawing A5E32778336A SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 19: Dust Layers Above 5 Mm

    Safety notes 2.4 Use in hazardous areas Further information and instructions including approval-specific special conditions for safe use in Ex applications can be found in the certificates on the accompanying documentation disk and at Certificates (Page 123). WARNING Laying of cables Risk of explosion in hazardous areas.
  • Page 20: Installation In Hazardous Areas

    Safety notes 2.5 Installation in hazardous areas Installation in hazardous areas WARNING Equipment used in hazardous areas Risk of explosion. May cause death or serious injury. Equipment used in hazardous areas must be Ex-approved for the region of installation and marked accordingly.
  • Page 21 Safety notes 2.5 Installation in hazardous areas Installation variations Note Requirements for safe installation • The sensors can be installed in Zone 0, Div. 1 as Intrinsically Safe. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 22 Safety notes 2.5 Installation in hazardous areas SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 23: Description

    The SITRANS FST030 is available as: Wall mount enclosure with internal DSL Features ● The flowmeter can be used as HART slave in operation on SIEMENS SIMATIC S7/PCS7 or third party automation systems ● Available as wall mount enclosure SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART)
  • Page 24 Description 3.2 Features ● Full graphical local display ● SensorFlash (SD card) for memory backup and documentation storage (certificates etc.) ● USB service interface ● One current output – Channel 1: Current output with HART ● Up to five input/output channels: –...
  • Page 25 ● Simulation of all outputs ● Simulation of alarms ● Enabling alarms for visibility on all outputs (HMI, status and communication) ● Comprehensive diagnostics (NAMUR or Siemens standard) for troubleshooting and sensor checking ● Firmware update ● Use in hazardous areas according to specification ●...
  • Page 26: Applications

    Description 3.3 Applications ● Peak indicators ● Alarm delay * The SD-Card Mass storage function is not available for use in the USA. This option is not available for ordering or shall not be ordered where end user may be located within USA. Applications ●...
  • Page 27: Hart Communication

    Description 3.5 HART communication HART communication Communication is via the HART protocol, using: ① SIMATIC PLC system with HART interface ② PC with SIMATIC PDM or similar application ③ HART modem Figure 3-1 System integration example The flowmeter can be used in a number of system configurations to enable simple, secure, and reliable data transmission over long distances.
  • Page 28 Description 3.5 HART communication Download EDD files (http://www.siemens.com/flowdocumentation) Configuration of the HART polling address The HART address can be set either via hardware (DIP switch) or via software (local display or SIMATIC PDM). The DIP switch is located on the transmitter cassette.
  • Page 29 Description 3.5 HART communication Mapping of measured process variables The device supports all four dynamic variables (PV, SV, TV and QV). Except for PV, they can be freely mapped to all device variables. The following table shows the possible and default mappings. Device Device Variable Name Varia-...
  • Page 30: Universal Commands

    Description 3.5 HART communication 3.5.1 Universal commands The device supports the following universal commands: Table 3- 3 Universal commands Command number Function Read Unique Identifier Read Primary Variable Read Loop Current And Percent Of Range Read Dynamic Variables And Loop Current Write Polling Address Read Loop Configuration Read Dynamic Variable Classifications...
  • Page 31: Common Practice Commands

    Description 3.5 HART communication 3.5.2 Common practice commands The device supports the following common practice commands: Table 3- 4 Common practice commands Command number Function Read Device Variables Write Primary Variable Damping Value Write Primary Variable Range Values Set Primary Variable Upper Range Value Set Primary Variable Lower Range Value Enter/Exit Fixed Current Mode Perform Device Reset...
  • Page 32 Description 3.5 HART communication SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 33: Installing/mounting

    Installing/Mounting This chapter describes how to install the wall mount enclosure transmitter. Wall mount enclosure The wall mount enclosure version can be mounted either on a wall, on a pipe, or in panels, see Wall mount enclosure transmitter (Page 32). Installation location requirements SITRANS F flowmeters with minimum IP67/NEMA 4X enclosure rating are suitable for indoor and outdoor installations.
  • Page 34: Installation Instructions

    Installing/Mounting 4.2 Installation instructions Installation instructions 4.2.1 Wall mount enclosure transmitter CAUTION Opening lid Care must be taken when opening the lid to avoid the lid falling. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 35 Installing/Mounting 4.2 Installation instructions Mounting on wall 1. Prepare holes for the four screws (M6x100 or equivalent). Screw head diameter: max. 13.5 mm; screw shaft diameter: max. 6 mm. 2. Mount transmitter and tighten screws. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 36 Installing/Mounting 4.2 Installation instructions Note Mounting on pipe or in panel For mounting on pipe or in panel, see the installation instructions given in the instruction A5E38640586 which is provided with the optional mounting bracket kit. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 37: Connecting

    Connecting This chapter describes how to wire up the transmitter for operation with a sensor. ● Preparing for the connections (Page 41) ● Terminal layout (Page 42) ● Connecting channel 1 (Page 43) ● Connecting channels 2 to 4 (Page 44) ●...
  • Page 38: Unsuitable Cables, Cable Glands And/or Plugs

    Connecting 5.1 Basic safety notes 5.1.2 Unsuitable cables, cable glands and/or plugs WARNING Unsuitable cables, cable glands and/or plugs Risk of explosion in hazardous areas. May cause death or serious injury. • Use only cable glands/plugs that comply with the requirements for the relevant type of protection.
  • Page 39: Improper Laying Of Shielded Cables

    Connecting 5.1 Basic safety notes 5.1.5 Improper laying of shielded cables WARNING Improper laying of shielded cables Risk of explosion through compensating currents between hazardous area and the non-hazardous area. May cause death or serious injury. • Shielded cables that cross into hazardous areas should be grounded only at one end. •...
  • Page 40: Energized Devices

    Connecting 5.2 Disconnecting device 5.1.8 Energized devices WARNING Energized devices Risk of electric shock or explosion. May cause death or serious injury. When energized the device may be opened by qualified personnel only. WARNING Mains supply from building installation overvoltage category 2 May cause death or serious injury.
  • Page 41 Connecting 5.3 Device nameplates Nameplate of transmitter ① Transmitter product name ② Device-specific system order number (transmitter and sensor) ③ Transmitter replacement order number ④ Transmitter serial number SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 42: Transmitter Power Supply, Communications And I/os Connection

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection ⑤ System revision numbers; firmware (FW) and hardware (HW) ⑥ Power supply ⑦ Transmitter enclosure material and style (compact / remote) ⑧ Type of conduit / cable entries ⑨ Degree of protection IP / Ambient temperature ⑩...
  • Page 43: Preparing For The Connections

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection 5.4.2 Preparing for the connections 1. Remove blind plugs where required. ① Power supply connection ② Input/output connection (channels 2 to 4) ③ HART connection 2. Loosen spring screws on enclosure lid. 3.
  • Page 44: Terminal Layout

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection See also Input/output configuration (Page 46) Inputs (Page 114) Technical data (Page 113) 5.4.3 Terminal layout For configuration of the software parameters, see Input/output configuration (Page 46). More information can be found in the Function Manual. The following table shows: ●...
  • Page 45: Connecting Channel 1

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection See also Connecting channels 5 and 6 (Page 47) Technical data (Page 113) 5.4.4 Connecting channel 1 Note 4 to 20 mA output It is not required to use shielded cables for the pure 4 to 20 mA current output. Note HART communication It is recommended by the HART Communication Foundation (HCF) to use shielded cables...
  • Page 46: Connecting Channels 2 To 4

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection 5. Connect wires to terminals using a screwdriver. Active current output Passive current output ④ ⑤ ⑤ ⑥ 6. Termination of channel 1. The numbers refer to table Terminal layout (Page 42). 7.
  • Page 47 Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection 4. Fold signal cable screen back over outer sheath and ground beneath cable clamp. In case of shielded cables, use metal cable glands for proper connection. 5. Connect wires to terminals using screwdriver. 6.
  • Page 48: Input/output Configuration

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection 5.4.5.1 Input/output configuration All pressure values are handled as absolute pressure. If connected pressure transmitters measure the pressure in gauge pressure, then please convert to absolute pressure by using the scaling functionality of the flow transmitters current input channel. Configura- Software configuration Channel...
  • Page 49: Connecting Channels 5 And 6

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection Configura- Software configuration Channel tion Current Process values input Pressure • Active Medium temperature • Viscosity • Density • Active Current Process values input Pressure • Passive Medium temperature • Viscosity •...
  • Page 50: Connecting The Power Supply

    Connecting 5.4 Transmitter power supply, communications and I/Os connection ④ ⑤ 3. Remove one of the blind plugs ( ) and fit cable gland. 4. Push cable through gland opening. 5. Connect the two, three or four wires to four-terminal block as shown below. Short-circuit terminals as required.
  • Page 51: Finishing The Transmitter Connection

    Connecting 5.5 Finishing the transmitter connection 5. Connect ground to terminal and power to terminals L/+ and N/- in the manner shown below at right using a screwdriver. ① ② ③ Protective Earth (PE) AC connection DC connection Power: 85 to 264 V AC, 47 to 63 Hz Power: 19.2 to 28.8 V DC 6.
  • Page 52 Connecting 5.5 Finishing the transmitter connection SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 53: Commissioning

    Commissioning This chapter gives instructions to commissioning your device, see Commissioning via local display (Page 54). Furthermore, the device can be commissioned using SIMATIC PDM, see Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM (Page 125). Basic safety notes CAUTION Loss of type of protection Damage to device if the enclosure is open or not properly closed.
  • Page 54: General Requirements

    Commissioning 6.2 General requirements General requirements Before commissioning it must be checked that: ● The device has been installed and connected in accordance with the guidelines provided in Installing/Mounting (Page 31) and Connecting (Page 35). ● Device installed in hazardous areas meets the requirements described in Installation in hazardous areas (Page 18).
  • Page 55: Initial Startup

    Commissioning 6.5 Initial startup Note (Re-)calibration of the keypad When the lid is closed, all keys are (re-)calibrated (< 5 seconds). During (re-)calibration the LED is on and the keys cannot be operated. If one of the keys is pressed for more than 10 seconds, the (re-)calibration of this key begins which has a duration of less than 10 seconds.
  • Page 56: Commissioning Via Local Display

    Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Text Options/description Language Set the language: English, Deutsch Welcome Information about the "Quick commissioning" wizard Set date and time The set date and time (real time clock) is used for all time stamps of logged information.
  • Page 57: Quick Commissioning Wizard

    Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display ① Wizard name ② Step name / Parameter name ③ View number / Total views in wizard The purpose of the wizards is to guide you through a quick set-up of various parameters. The following wizards are available: ●...
  • Page 58: Sensor Settings Wizard

    Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Text Options/Description Select a basic configura- Sensor settings, Process values, Inputs and outputs, Copy configuration tion wizard Set the identification pa- Long tag, Location, Installation date rameters The "Quick commissioning" wizard comprises the following subwizards: ●...
  • Page 59 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Text Options/Description Pipe settings Select "Yes" to configure the pipe. Pipe class Select the pipe class. Pipe size Select the pips size from the options available for the selected pipe class. Pipe circumference Enter pipe circumference. Only available if custom pipe class is selected. Outer pipe diameter Enter outer pipe diameter.
  • Page 60 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Wall sound velocity Enter the wall sound velocity of the material. Only available if custom material is selected. Pipe expansion Define the pipe expansion coefficients for pressure and temperature induced pipe expansion Liner Select "Yes" to configure the liner material. Select "No"...
  • Page 61 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Text Options/Description Medium settings Select "Yes" to configure the medium. Medium settings Select the process medium. Process parameters Set the expected sound velocity (only available if custom process medi- um is selected) and the process temperature, pressure, kinetic viscosity, and density.
  • Page 62: Process Values Wizard

    Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Text Options/Description Path settings Select "YES" to configure the path(s). Installed paths Select the paths installed. Save settings Moves to the next menu item. Start measurement * for each installed path. Select the path to configure. Path geometry Define the geometry of the path (direct or reflect mode) Mounting path 1...
  • Page 63 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display ① Wizard name ② Step name / Parameter name ③ View number / Total views in wizard SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 64: Inputs And Outputs Wizard

    Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display 6.6.1.5 Inputs and outputs wizard The first screen in the Inputs and outputs wizard informs about the active/passive operation availability. It shows the application possibilities of your hardware. The kind of operation depends on the wiring. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 65 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display The Inputs and outputs wizard will guide you through setup of inputs and outputs on the available channels. The availability of channels 3 and 4 depends on the product configuration. First you must set the output functionality you want the channel to operate. Choose between Off, Current output, Frequency output, Pulse output, or Status output, Digital input or Current input.
  • Page 66 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Frequency output – channels 2 to 4 You can assign the process value, and you can set the direction, the damping value, the lower range value, the upper range value, and the fail-safe behaviour. Pulse output –...
  • Page 67 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Status output – channels 3 to 4 You can configure the status mode, the polarity, on delay and off delay. Relay output - channels 3 and 4 You can configure the functionality of the Relay output, the polarity, on delay and off delay. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 68 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display Digital input - channels 3 to 4 The Digital input can be used to control device functions such as reset of totalizers, zero point adjustment, force outputs, or freeze process values. You can set the delay time and the polarity.
  • Page 69: Navigating The Menu Structure

    The exact structure of the operating menu is explained in the Function Manual. All items of the menu structure of the device are identified with a unique number. Level 1 of the menu structure is standardized for all Siemens Process Instrumentation devices and covers the following groups: 1.
  • Page 70 Commissioning 6.6 Commissioning via local display 5. Security: Contains parameters which describe all security settings of the device. 6. Language: Parameter for changing the language of the local display. Regardless of the language setting, the term for this parameter is always the English term (Language). ①...
  • Page 71: Operating

    Operating These Operating Instructions describe the operation via the local display (HMI). The device can also be operated via various software. Operating via the local display 7.1.1 Display views There are six display views, all fully configurable. Use the and the keys to switch between the operator views.
  • Page 72: Operating The Fst030

    PIN codes can be changed in Security (5). Note Lost PIN code If the PIN code is lost, provide Siemens customer support with the transmitter serial number (see nameplate). Siemens customer support will provide a code to be entered in PIN recovery (5.3).
  • Page 73 Operating 7.2 Operating the FST030 The following tables list the fixed display texts and their corresponding process value, diagnostic value, and compensation value names. Some are available for both water and oil variants, some only for oil variants (marked *). Table 7- 1 Process values Fixed display text...
  • Page 74: Reading The Process Values

    Operating 7.2 Operating the FST030 Fixed display text Diagnostic value name P1.ACC.BURST Path 1 percentage of bursts accepted P1.PEAK AMP.DN Peak amplitude down path 1 P1.PEAK AMP.UP Peak amplitude up path 1 P2.SNR UP SNR up path 2 P2.SNR DOWN SNR down path 2 P2.SOUND VEL Sound velocity path 2...
  • Page 75 Operating 7.2 Operating the FST030 Single value Three values 1 value and bargraph Note Bargraphs The bargraph limit values indicate the set lower and upper alarm limits, and the vertical lines in the bargraph indicate the set lower and upper warning limits. 1 value and graph SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 76: Operating The Totalizers

    Operating 7.2 Operating the FST030 Six values 7.2.3 Operating the totalizers When totalizer is displayed in the main view, press to access the totalizer operation. Table 7- 5 Key functions - totalizer operation Function Exit totalizer operation Select action to perform Select action to perform Perform selected action SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART)
  • Page 77: Handling Alarms

    Operating 7.2 Operating the FST030 7.2.4 Handling alarms When the alarm list is displayed in the main view, press to get more detailed information about the active alarms. Table 7- 6 Key functions - alarms list view Function Exit alarm list view Select the item above in the list;...
  • Page 78: Reading The Diagnostic Values

    Operating 7.3 Reading / changing parameters to go to the detailed alarm information. Press again to acknowledge the alarm. The time of the acknowledgement is shown in the history log. ● Auto: The alarm is removed from the alarm list when the cause is removed (going) 7.2.5 Reading the diagnostic values One of the main views can be configured to show six diagnostic values.
  • Page 79 Operating 7.3 Reading / changing parameters Edit Editable alphanumeric parameters are displayed as shown here. Table 7- 7 Key functions - editing alphanumeric values Function Select the next left position. If the most left position is selected: exit the parameter edit view without confirming the changes.
  • Page 80: Changing The Resolution

    Operating 7.3 Reading / changing parameters 7.3.1.1 Changing the resolution In order to change the resolution of the process value shown in the operation view (for example mass flow), set the decimal places parameter for the selected process value, for example the decimal places for process value Mass flow is defined in Decimal places (2.2.2.4).
  • Page 81 Operating 7.3 Reading / changing parameters Multiselection Table 7- 10 Key functions - multiselection of options Function Escape the view without changing the value. Scroll up in the list. If the uppermost position is selected: highlight Save settings. Scroll down in the list. If the lowermost position is selected: highlight Save settings.
  • Page 82 Operating 7.3 Reading / changing parameters SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 83: Service And Maintenance

    Risk of explosion in hazardous areas. May cause death or serious injury. • Repair must be carried out by Siemens authorized personnel only. Recalibration Siemens Flow Instruments offers to recalibrate the system. The following calibrations are offered as standard: ● Accredited matched pair calibration...
  • Page 84: Cleaning

    Service and maintenance 8.3 Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning the enclosure ● Clean the outside of the enclosure with the inscriptions and the display window using a cloth moistened with water or a mild detergent. ● Do not use any aggressive cleansing agents or solvents, e.g. acetone. Plastic parts or the painted surface could be damaged.
  • Page 85: Return Procedure

    Service and maintenance 8.6 Return procedure Maintenance information parameters The basic maintenance information parameters are: ● Identification – Order number – Long tag – Descriptor – Location – Installation date – Product name – Serial number – Hardware and firmware versions ●...
  • Page 86: Disposal

    – Number of returned devices/replacement parts – Reason for returning the item(s) ● Decontamination declaration (http://www.siemens.com/sc/declarationofdecontamination) With this declaration you warrant "that the device/replacement part has been carefully cleaned and is free of residues. The device/replacement part does not pose a hazard for humans and the environment."...
  • Page 87: Diagnosing And Troubleshooting

    Diagnosing and troubleshooting This chapter describes various deviations from normal operation and lists suggested remedy actions. For more information on alarms/warnings shown in the display, see Fault codes and corrective actions (Page 90). Unexpected behavior Only two general groups of errors are shown in the display: Process errors and Device errors.
  • Page 88 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.1 Unexpected behavior Symptoms Diagnostics Cause Remedy Flow not stable Air bubbles or particles Make sure that the pipe line is venti- Error "Measurement path • of any kind disturbing lated and that the concentration of error" is pending (menu 2.1) the measurement particles is limited to a level at which Gain or the active paths >...
  • Page 89: Application Questionnaire

    Application questionnaire In case the device needs service, the factory will typically request information about application and flowmeter. Fill in this form and attach it to a Support request on: Services & Support (http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) From: "Your local Siemens contact" Company: E-mail: Phone no.:...
  • Page 90: Device Status Icons

    Diagnostic log. The alarm history log can be reset in Reset log. Characteristics of messages The device provides two types of alarm formats, Siemens standard alarm classes and NAMUR status signals, selected in Status icons.
  • Page 91 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.3 Device status icons Siemens standard alarm classes Icon Priority Name Description level Maintenance failure Maintenance alarm: maintenance demanded immediately • Measurement values are not valid • Maintenance warning Maintenance warning • Measured signal still valid •...
  • Page 92: Fault Codes And Corrective Actions

    Memory card Capacity is 100 % used Fault codes and corrective actions Alarms and system messages support both Siemens standard alarm classes and NAMUR status signals. In the following tables the alarm IDs (identification numbers) are listed along with possible causes and directions for corrective action.
  • Page 93 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Sensor diagnostic events Diagnostic Action Comments Icons DSL voltages DSL-internal voltage limits exceeded. Please check the power connection and repower the device. If the alarm still exists, call service personnel. Electronics may be damaged and it may be necessary to replace DSL electronics.
  • Page 94 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comments Icons Path 2: No signal Potential reasons: Process conditions, wrong installation, defect in electronics, cabling or sensor. It may be necessary to adjust either installation or configuration or to replace com- ponents.
  • Page 95 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comments Icons Sensor temp. comp. The clamp-on sensor temperature compensa- tion has failed, because measurement of tem- perature failed. This could be due to errors in attached cabling or measurement equipment, defect sensor frontend electronics or configura- tion errors on channels 3, 4, 5 or 6.
  • Page 96 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Transmitter diagnostic events Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Mass flow Value above alarm limit. Check process condi- tions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter 'Upper alarm limit'. Mass flow Value above warning limit. Check process conditions or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 97 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Density Value above warning limit. Check process conditions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter 'Upper warning limit' Density Value below warning limit. Check process conditions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter 'Lower warning limit' Density Value below alarm limit.
  • Page 98 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Standard volume flow Value below warning limit. Check process Only hydrocarbon conditions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter 'Lower warning limit' Standard volume flow Value below alarm limit. Check process condi- Only hydrocarbon tions or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 99 Inspect the device for cold-related dam- age. Sensor signal disrupted Turn off the power. Unplug and reconnect the sensor cable. Restore power. If the error still exists, contact your local Siemens representa- tive. SensorFlash Backup disabled. Another SensorFlash was inserted. To acknowledge please copy the...
  • Page 100 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Internal error Internal error in transmitter. Turn off the power, wait 5 seconds and turn on the power again. If the error still exists, contact your local Sie- mens representative.
  • Page 101 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Loop current Loop current simulated. Disable 'Simulation' Only HART devices before returning to normal operation Transmitter FW invalid. A component does not have the expected FW version. Start a product firmware update to update the component version or replace the component.
  • Page 102 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons SensorFlash SensorFlash Chkdsk failed. Start Chkdsk again. If error still exists replace SensorFlash. Input current too low. Check wiring and signal If Operation mode is config- of connected sensor or output source to input ured to Current input.
  • Page 103 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons External failure. Connected sensor or output to If Operation mode is config- input channel is out of operation range. Please ured to Current input check connected sensor or output source. Loop current in lower saturation.
  • Page 104 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Cable break. Check channel 3 current output If Operation mode is config- cable connection ured to Current output Frequency too low. Check process conditions If Operation mode is config- or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 105 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Pulse overflow. Pulse output insufficient pulse If Operation mode is config- separation. Reduce pulses per amount, or ured to Pulse output reduce pulse width, or increase amount Channel simulated.
  • Page 106 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Modbus Invalid register mapping. Source register allo- cated in duplicate. Check register mapping. Modbus Invalid coil configuration. Modbus coils are not configured correctly. Check coil allocation. Sound velocity Value above alarm limit.
  • Page 107 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Flow velocity Value below alarm limit. Check process condi- tions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter "Lower alarm limit" Pressure Value above alarm limit. Check process condi- tions or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 108 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Rate of change Value above alarm limit. Check process condi- Only hydrocarbon tions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter "Upper alarm limit" Rate of change Value above warning limit.
  • Page 109 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Standard density Value below alarm limit. Check process condi- Only hydrocarbon tions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter "Lower alarm limit" API gravity Value above alarm limit. Check process condi- Only hydrocarbon tions or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 110 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Specific gravity Value above alarm limit. Check process condi- Only hydrocarbon tions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter "Upper alarm limit" Specific gravity Value above warning limit. Check process Only hydrocarbon conditions or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 111 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons LiquIdent Value above warning limit. Check process Only hydrocarbon conditions or align limit to normal operation. Adjust parameter "Upper warning limit" LiquIdent Value below warning limit. Check process Only hydrocarbon conditions or align limit to normal operation.
  • Page 112 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Channel simulated. Disable 'Simulation' to Only hydrocarbon and water return to normal operation. Channel simulated. Disable 'Simulation' to Only hydrocarbon and water return to normal operation. Standard volume flow Value simulated.
  • Page 113 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions Diagnostic Action Comment Icons Specific gravity Value simulated. Disable 'Simulation' to return Only hydrocarbon and water to normal operation. Standard specific gravity Value simulated. Disable 'Simulation' to return Only hydrocarbon and water to normal operation.
  • Page 114 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 9.4 Fault codes and corrective actions SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 115: Technical Data

    Technical data Note Device specifications Siemens makes every attempt to ensure the accuracy of these specifications but reserves the right to change them at any time. 10.1 Power Table 10- 1 Power supply Description Specification Supply voltage 100 to 240 V AC, 47 to 63 Hz •...
  • Page 116: Inputs

    Technical data 10.3 Inputs PROFIBUS interface Table 10- 3 Profibus DP/PA Description Specification Profile version PA V4.0 - compatible with version 3 Default transmission rate Automatic baud rate detection 10.3 Inputs Table 10- 4 Digital input (Channels 3 and 4) Description Channels 3 and 4 Load...
  • Page 117: Outputs

    Technical data 10.4 Outputs Description Channels 3 and 4 Cable Standard industrial signal cable with up to 3 twisted pairs with • overall screen can be connected between the transmitter and the control system. Individual pair or overall screen is optional depend- ing on user requirements.
  • Page 118 Technical data 10.4 Outputs Description Channel 1 Cable Standard industrial signal cable with up to 3 twisted pairs with overall screen can be con- nected between the transmitter and the control system. Individual pair or overall screen is optional depending on user requirements. Voltage range Max.
  • Page 119: Construction

    Technical data 10.5 Construction Description Channels 2 to 4 Passive 3 to 30 V DC, 100 mA, short-circuit-protected Functions Pulse • Frequency • Alarm class / NAMUR status • Alarm item • Table 10- 10 Relay output Description Channels 3 to 4 Type Change-over voltage-free relay contact Load...
  • Page 120: Operating Conditions

    Technical data 10.6 Operating conditions Description Specification Ingress protection IP66/67/NEMA 4X to EN/IEC 60529 (1 meter for 30 min) Mechanical load 18 to 1000 Hz random, 3.17 g RMS, in all directions, to EN/IEC 68-2-36 Torques Table 10- 14 Installation torques Description Torque (Nm) Cable gland to enclosure (Sie-...
  • Page 121: Approvals

    Technical data 10.7 Approvals Table 10- 16 Process medium conditions Description Specification Process medium temperature (T ) (min to max) -50 to +200 °C (-58 to 492 °F) Process medium density (min to max) 1 to 5000 kg/m (0.06 to 312 lb/ft Process medium gauge pressure (min to max) 0 to 160 bar (0 to 2321 psi) Process medium absolute pressure (min to max)
  • Page 122: Sensorflash

    Technical data 10.8 SensorFlash 10.8 SensorFlash Table 10- 18 SensorFlash Description Specification SD card (S-300u) SD card (Class 4 with adapter) Capacity 4 GB 4 GB File system support FAT32 / 8.3 FAT32 / 8.3 Temperature range Operation: -40 to +85 °C (-40 to 185 °F) -25 to +85 °C (-13 to 185 °F) Storage: -40 to +100 °C (-40 to 212 °F)
  • Page 123: Dimension Drawings

    Dimension drawings 11.1 Transmitter Wall mount housing Dimensions in mm (") SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 124 Dimension drawings 11.1 Transmitter SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 125: Certificates And Support

    In addition to our documentation, Siemens provides a comprehensive support solution at: ● Services & Support (http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) Personal contact If you have additional questions about the device, please contact your Siemens personal contact at: ● Partner (http://www.automation.siemens.com/partner) In order to find the contact for your product, select under 'All Products and Branches' the path 'Automation Technology >...
  • Page 126: Qr Code Label

    Certificates and support A.3 QR code label QR code label A QR code label can be found on the device. With the use of a smart phone, the QR code provides a direct link to a website with information specific to the device, such as manuals, FAQs, certificates, etc.
  • Page 127: Simatic Pdm

    SIMATIC PDM Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM B.1.1 Operating via SIMATIC PDM SIMATIC PDM is a software package used to commission and maintain process devices. B.1.2 Functions in SIMATIC PDM Note - For a complete list of parameters, see the Function Manual. - While the device is in PROGRAM mode the output remains fixed and does not respond to changes in the device.
  • Page 128: Initial Setup

    1. Close all SIMATIC programs that are open on the PDM PC. 2. Go to the Windows Start menu and select the menu command SIMATIC PDM → Device Integration Manager under the Siemens SIMATIC programs. You must accept the license agreement to be able to use the Device Integration Manager.
  • Page 129: Integrating A Hart Device In A Hart Modem Network

    SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM B.1.6 Integrating a HART device in a HART modem network Figure B-1 HART modem The following describes how to integrate a HART device in a HART modem network. Requirements ● A project has been created. ●...
  • Page 130 SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM 5. Enter the device-specific information in the "Communication" tab of the Properties dialog for the HART modem network. Set the master type (primary or secondary, usually secondary): Here, you can select the "Prefer 'Long address'" check box. Modbus communication type: Serial or IrDA (infrared) Serial The interface must be set accordingly on the PC station.
  • Page 131 SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM 9. Enter the device-specific information (Modbus address 0-247) in the Communication tab of the Properties dialog for the HART device. Note Address with HART • The short address must be entered for HART devices. This address must correspond to the connected HART device.
  • Page 132: Configuring A New Device

    SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM B.1.7 Configuring a new device Note Clicking on Cancel during an upload from device to SIMATIC PDM will result in some parameters NOT being updated. 1. Check that you have the most recent EDD, and if necessary update it, see Updating the Electronic Device Description (EDD) in Initial setup (Page 126).
  • Page 133: Wizard - Clamp-on Configuration

    SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM B.1.9 Wizard - Clamp-On Configuration Open the menu Device→Wizard→Clamp-On Configuration, and follow the steps. The clamp-on configuration wizard takes the user through the necessary steps to install the sensors to achieve proper operation. SITRANS F Ultrasonic flowmeters FST030 (HART) Operating Instructions, 08/2017, A5E35971532-AC...
  • Page 134: Wizard - Zero Point Adjustment

    SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM B.1.10 Wizard - Zero point adjustment Open the menu Device → Wizard → Inline Configuration, and follow the steps. Although the device zero is very stable from the factory the user has the ability to remove any residual zero offset that may exist by performing the Zero Point Adjustment wizard.
  • Page 135: Parameters Accessed Via Drop-down Menus

    SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM Many parameters are accessed via the online menus in PDM, see Parameters accessed via drop-down menus for the others. 1. Launch SIMATIC PDM, connect to the appropriate device and upload data. 2. Adjust parameter values in the parameter value field then click on Enter. The status fields read Changed.
  • Page 136 SIMATIC PDM B.1 Commissioning with SIMATIC PDM Drop-down menus Table B- 1 Device menus Device menus Description Communication Path Shows the communication interface (HART modem) Communication (Modbus) Shows the communication interface (Modbus interface) Download to Device Downloads all writable parameters to the device Upload to PC/PG Uploads all parameters from the device to the parameter table...
  • Page 137: Process Variables

    SIMATIC PDM B.2 Diagnosing with PDM View menus Description Signal snapshot The signal snapshot provides a view into the signal quali- ty the device is using for measurement. Knowledgeable persons familiar with ultrasonic can interpret the signal to gauge the quality performance of the device Toolbar (online dialog) Shows/hides the toolbar Status Bar...
  • Page 138: Diagnosing With Pdm

    SIMATIC PDM B.2 Diagnosing with PDM Diagnosing with PDM SIMATIC PDM is a suitable tool for diagnosing the device. You can use SIMATIC PDM to read all available parameters to a table for analyzing offline, view online/actual process values and online/actual diagnostic information. Requirements The following procedure must be completed before diagnosing: ●...
  • Page 139: Index

    Index Alarm classes, overview, 89 Improper device modifications, 13 Alarm symbols, overview, 89 Info icons, 90 Approvals, 119 Installation Indoor/outdoor, 31 Transmitter, 31 Installation torques, 118 Interface Certificates, 13 HART communication, 113 Channels 5 and 6 input, 115 Internet, 123 Correct usage, (See improper device modifications) Current input, 114 Current output, 115...
  • Page 140 Scope of delivery, 10 Sensor diagnostic events, 91 SensorFlash, 120 Service, 123 Application information, 87 Service information, 82 Siemens standard alarm classes, 89 Support, 123 Symbols, (Refer to warning symbols) System design, 117 Technical data, 113, 120 Approvals, 119 Current input, 114...
  • Page 142 For more information www.siemens.com/flow Siemens AG Subject to change without prior notice Process Industries and Drives Order No.: A5E35971532 Process Automation Lit. No.: A5E35971532-AC 76181 Karlsruhe © Siemens AG 08.2017 GERMANY A5E35971532 www.siemens.com/processautomation...

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