GE Oil & Gas QSTBD 10/10 - Rev A Masoneilan 1000 Positioner Quick Start Guide (Rev F) GE Data Classification: Public...
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Document Changes Version/Date Changes B/1-2012 Updated ES-761 to Rev. B. C/4-2012 Updated ES-761 to Rev. D. D/5-2013 Updated Figure 6 Rotary Kit Components. E/9-2013 Updated load limits switch drawing and added a reference to that section in installation. Added polarity caution to the Load Limits section.
1. Safety Information This section provides safety information and defines the documentation symbols. Documentation Symbols SVi1000 instructions contain warnings, cautions and notes, where necessary, to alert you to safety related or other important information. Read the instructions carefully before installing and maintaining your instrument.
WARNING Installation in poorly ventilated confined areas, with any potential of gases other than oxygen being present, can lead to a risk of personnel asphyxiation. Use only genuine replacement parts which are provided by the manufacturer, to guarantee that the products comply with the essential safety requirements of the European Directives. Changes to specifications, structure, and components used may not lead to the revision of this manual unless such changes affect the function and performance of the product.
2. Introduction Introduction The SVi1000 Quick Start Guide is intended to help an experienced field technician efficiently in- stall and setup an SVi1000. If you experience problems that are not documented in this guide, refer to the SVi1000 Instruction Manual, call your local representative, go to www.geoilandgas.com/valves, or contact our helpdesk at (+1) 888-784-5463.
Figure 2 shows the optional switch interface board and optional gauges. Solid State Switch SW #2 (Optional) Solid State Switch SW #1 (Optional) Gauges (Optional) Figure 2 Optional Digital Switches and Gauges Figure 3 shows the optional position retransmit interface board and optional gauges. 4-20 mA Output Signal (optional)
Modes The SVi1000 provides the following modes of operation Normal mode ® HART Override mode (ValVue Manual and Setup Modes) Failsafe mode Commission Process (Via Local User Interface) Find Stops via Local User Interface Manual upper stops adjustment via Local User Interface Autotune via Local User Interface The SVi1000 always starts up in the mode that the unit was last in before power down, except for failsafe mode when the condition causing fail safe has been corrected.
LED Light Functions Figure 4 shows the local user interface LEDs and explains their patterns and timings. LED 1 (Green) LED 2 (Green) LED 3 (Green) LED 4 (Red) Figure 4 SVi1000 LEDs In Table 1 dots represent an LED being active and dashes represent the LEDs off. The pattern shown recurs as long as that condition exists.
3. Mounting and Wiring Introduction This section describes how to mount and wire the SVi1000, which includes: “Step 1: Mounting the SVi1000” on page 23. “Mounting the SVi1000 on Rotary Valves” on page 24 “Mounting the SVi1000 on Reciprocating Valves” on page 29 “Step 2: Connecting the Tubing and Air Supply”...
Step 1: Mounting the SVi1000 This guide provides installation instructions for mounting an SVi1000 on both rotary and recipro- cating style valves. The mounting process can be broken down into the following: 1. Attach the mounting bracket to the actuator. 2.
Tools required: M5 Hex Key M4 Hex Key M3 Hex Key To mount the SVi1000: 1. Attach the mounting bracket to actuator (Figure 9). Mounting Bracket Mounting Long Side Holes Flat Head Socket Cap Screw, 5/ Mount the long end of the mounting Valve Position Take 16"-18UNC X 0.62"...
Mounting the SVi1000 on Reciprocating Valves This section describes the procedure for mounting the SVi1000 on Reciprocating Valves, using Masoneilan’s 87⁄88 Multi-Spring actuators as an example. Figure 13 on page 29 shows the stan- dard lever for all size installations. See“Integrated Magnet Assembly” on page 32 for the optional IM assembly.
4. Thread the take-off rod to the actuator stem connector (Figure 14). Magnet Housing Install 1/4-20 x 1 Nut Install 1/4-20 x 1 Cap Screw Right Hand Rod Turnbuckle Length as per Table 3 Left Hand Rod End: Install 1/4-20 x 1 Nut and Cap Screw Take Off Rod Figure 14 SVi1000 Take Off Rod Mounting...
Step 2: Connecting the Tubing and Air Supply To connect the air supply: 1. Install the tubing to the air supply port. Minimum tubing diameter 1⁄4" (Figure 17). Actuator Connection 1/4" NPT Supply Connection 1/4" NPT Conduit Connection Figure 17 Air Ports 2.
Wiring Guidelines ® Guidelines for a successful implementation of DC current signal, DC power, and HART commu- nication to the SVi1000: Compliance voltage at the SVi1000 is approximately 9 V at the current of 20 Signal to the SVi1000 must be a regulated current in the range 3.2 to 22 mA. ®...
2. Connect the 4 - 20 mA input signal and the optional switches or position retransmit by: a. Stripping the insulation at the end of both wires 0.43" / 11 mm. b. Inserting the stripped end of the wires fully in to the appropriate terminal. Loosen the terminal screw if required to insert the wire.
Position Retransmit Units To troubleshoot control loop connections: 1. Connect a DC voltmeter across the input and output terminals. For an input current between 4 and 20 mA the voltage varies between 11V and 9 V respective. If voltage exceeds 11 V check that polarity is correct. If the polarity is correct but the voltage is less than 8.05 V, then the current source voltage is not compliant.
4. Check Out and Configuration Overview This section provides the calibration procedures to ensure proper valve positioning, which include: “Step 1: Inspect the Actuator, Linkages, or Rotary Adapter” on page 42 “Step 2: Verify Mounting and Linkage Adjustment” on page 42 “Step 3: Checking the Magnet”...
Use ValVue to Check Magnet Position To check the magnet using ValVue: 1. Connect to the positioner in accordance with the ValVue instructions. ® a. Ensure the positioner has been installed and set up with a HART modem in a ®...
Auto Find Stops The process first exhausts the actuator and measures the position, then fills the actuator and measures the position. From these measurements the valve position is determined. Correction can be made for nominal valve travel if it is less than full travel. To perform auto find stops: 1.
Auto Tune Auto Tune normally takes three to ten minutes and strokes the valve in large and small steps to set the PID positioning parameters for best response to an input signal change. This procedure overrides any previous configuration done using presets. To auto tune the SVi1000: 1.
Cloning transfers the configuration and calibration parameters from one device to another. Cloning operations are to be performed only by GE personnel or qualified channel partners trained on properly performing the cloning function. This feature is not available during normal ValVue operation.
ValVue Installation 1. From your web browser and go to the GE Oil and Gas Download center at: http://www.ge-mcs.com/en/download.html. 2. On the web page enter items in the pulldowns as in Figure 25 and click Search.
SVi1000 DTM Installation 1. Open your web browser and go the link: http://www.ge-mcs.com/en/ download.html. 2. On the web page and enter SVi1000 DTM Software in the Search for a particular product field and click Search. Navigate through the list and find the latest DTM software as in Figure 31.
6. Click the link and Figure 35 appears. Figure 35 DTM Download ® 7. Click Save File, click OK to automatically save it to your Windows Downloads folder. 8. Open the Downloads folder, double-click the SVi1000_DTM_Installer zip file, then double-click the .exe and follow the system prompts to install. Once installed, along with the ValVue file you are able to access the online help.
HART Modem ValVue GE DPI620 Figure 37 General Purpose Installation For information and diagrams to install the SVi1000 when located in a hazardous area protected by Intrinsically Safe wiring practices, refer to ES-761 the Intrinsically Safe Wiring Requirements section ( “Hazardous Location Installation and Declaration of Conformity”...
Appendix B. Optional Switch Load Limits General Configuration Notes The SVi1000 supports two identical contact outputs, SW #1 and SW #2 (Digital Output switches), that can be logically linked to status bits. The Digital Output switch terminals are solid state con- tacts.
Without a load, when the switch is on (closed) the external voltage would be dropped across the switch. This damages the switch (Figure 39). Full voltage drop is occur- External ring across the SVi1000 NOT ALLOWED Voltage switch (no cur- Switch Source rent limit in...
Appendix C. Specifications, Spare Parts and References Physical and Operational Specifications This section provides the physical and operational specifications for the SVi1000. Specifications are subject to change without notice Table 6: Environmental Specifications Parameter Storage & Transport (Packaged) Operating Temperature Limits -40 °F to 185 °F (-40 °C to 85 °C) Storage Temperature Limits -58 °F to 200 °F (-50 °C to 93 °C)
Table 7: Operational Specifications (Continued) Position Auto Tune Proportional gain: 0 to 5000 SVi1000 performs automatic determination Integral time: 0 to 100 seconds - displayed as 0 to 1000 (1/10s) of the optimal valve position control param- eters. In addition to P, I, D, the position algo- Derivative time: 0 to 200 ms rithm uses damping, symmetry for exhaust Dead Zone: 0 to +/-5% (0 to 10% deadband)
Table 11: Pneumatics Single Acting Standard Flow Air Supply Dry, oil-free, 5 micron filtered air (per ISA S7.3) Action Direct Acting Supply Pressure 15 to 100 psi max. (1.03 to 7 Bar) Regulate 5 psi minimum above actuator spring range. Do not exceed actuator rating. Air Delivery 10.0 scf/min (283 L/min.) at 30 psi (2.1 bar) supply 16.6 scf/min.
Spare Parts Spare part kits available include: SVi1000 Position Retransmit Main Electronics Assembly and Terminal Board (Part Number 720045089-999-000) SVi1000 IP Replacement (Part Number 720045087-999-000) SVi1000 Housing Cover Replacement (Part Number 720045085-999-000) SVi1000 Position Retransmit Terminal Board Electronic Assembly (Part Number 720045084-999-000) SVi1000 Switch Terminal Board Electronic Assembly (Part Number 720045083-999-000) SVi1000 Main Electronics Assembly (Part Number 720045081-999-000)
GE Oil & Gas Original Instructions ES-761 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING MASONEILAN SVi1000 IN AREAS WHERE THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR EXPLOSIVE GAS ATMOSPHERES Written by B. Belmarsh Dec 15, 2010 Description Date Initial Release Dec 15, 2010 Checked by H.
Mounting does not affect the suitability of the SVi1000 for use in a potentially explosive gas atmosphere. For language translation assistance contact your local representative or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Pour la langue de traduction aide, contactez votre représentant local ou envoyez un e-mail email@example.com.
GE Oil & Gas o Verify that the markings on the label are consistent with the application. o Verify that the air supply pressure can not exceed the marking on the label. Model Number Description of SVi1000 The SVi1000 model numbers approved for the use in potentially explosive atmospheres are shown in the following table.
GE Oil & Gas 5.2 Operating Ranges 5.2.1 Temperature C to 85 5.2.2 Input Voltage 30 volts 5.2.3 Supply Pressure 100 psig Clean instrument air and natural gas are the typical supply sources. 5.2.4 Current 4 to 20mA 5.3 Enclosure Type...
GE Oil & Gas 6.2 Model SVi1000abc, where a = PR Installation NON-HAZARDOUS LOCATION – UNSPECIFIED EXCEPT THAT BARRIERS MUST NOT BE SUPPLIED FROM NOR CONTAIN UNDER NORMAL OR ABNORMAL CONDITIONS A HAZARDOUS LOCATION SOURCE OF POTENTIAL WITH RESPECT TO EARTH IN SEE NOTES 7.1 AND 7.2...
500 volts R.M.S. to earth or frame of the apparatus for 1 minute. Installation must be in accordance with GE guidelines. The installation including the barrier earthing requirements must comply with the installation requirements of the country of use.
FOR USE IN A HAZARDOUS LOCATION. Only qualified service personnel are permitted to make repairs on the SVi1000 positioner. Replace ONLY with genuine GE parts. Replacement of the Main electronics board, Basic, Switch and Position Retransmit Terminal boards, Housing cover kit, pressure gauges, I/P assembly and Integral magnet assembly are the only field repairs permitted.
Ensure the four cover bolts screws are secure by applying 17.7±1.77 in-lbs or 2.0±0.20 N*m. For assistance, contact the nearest sales office, your local representative or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our web page at www.ge-energy.com/valves Maintenance Connection The electronics module is protected by a plastic snap on cover.