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SITRANS
Ultrasonic Controllers
HydroRanger 200 HMI
Edition
06/2018
www.siemens.com/processautomation

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  • Page 1 Operating instructions SITRANS Ultrasonic Controllers HydroRanger 200 HMI Edition 06/2018 www.siemens.com/processautomation...
  • Page 3 ___________________ Introduction ___________________ Safety notes ___________________ Description ___________________ Installing/mounting ___________________ Connecting Ultrasonic controllers ___________________ HydroRanger 200 HMI Commissioning ___________________ Operating ___________________ Parameter reference Operating Instructions ___________________ Service and maintenance ___________________ Diagnosing and troubleshooting ___________________ Technical data ___________________ Technical reference ___________________...
  • 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

    Wiring compartment ........................ 37 Installing the SmartLinx communication card ................. 38 Connecting .............................. 39 Basic safety notes ........................39 Connecting diagram ........................ 40 Terminal board ........................41 Cables ............................. 41 Transducers ..........................42 Relays ............................. 43 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 6 General Introduction ......................95 7.3.2 Relay functions ........................96 7.3.3 Alarm ............................96 7.3.4 Pump ............................97 7.3.5 Totalizing and sampling ......................97 7.3.6 Relay status - Navigation pane ....................97 7.3.7 Relay-related parameters ...................... 98 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 7 Rotating pumps by service ratio ................... 126 7.9.4.3 Totalizing pumped volume ....................127 7.9.4.4 Setting independent fail-safe controls................... 128 7.9.4.5 Setting a pump to Run-ON ....................128 7.9.4.6 Setting the pump start delays ....................129 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 8 Sensor and measurement ....................158 8.3.2 Calibration ..........................159 8.3.3 Pumps ..........................159 8.3.4 High level alarm ........................160 Index types ........................... 161 Quick Start Wizards ......................162 Setup (2.) ..........................162 8.6.1 Sensor (2.1.) ........................162 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 9 (2.5.1.) ....................180 8.6.5.2 mA output range (2.5.2.) ....................... 180 8.6.5.3 Current output function (2.5.3.) ..................... 181 8.6.5.4 mA output allocation (2.5.4.) ....................181 8.6.5.5 4 mA setpoint (2.5.5.)......................182 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 10 LCD contrast (2.12.2.) ......................236 8.6.12.3 Level selector (2.12.3.) ......................237 8.6.12.4 Decimal position (2.12.4.) ....................237 8.6.12.5 Convert reading (2.12.5.) ..................... 238 8.6.12.6 Offset reading (2.12.6.) ......................238 8.6.12.7 Default auxiliary reading (2.12.7.) ..................239 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 11 Communications timeout (4.3.) ..................... 268 8.8.4 Protocol (4.4.) ........................268 8.8.5 Serial baud rate (4.5.) ......................268 8.8.6 Parity (4.6.) ........................... 269 8.8.7 Data bits (4.7.) ........................269 8.8.8 Stop bits (4.8.) ........................269 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 12 Nozzle mountings ........................ 290 10.9 Set the device to ignore the bad echo ................. 291 10.10 Wrong reading ........................291 10.11 Transducer ringing ....................... 292 10.12 Unit repair and excluded liability ..................293 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 13 Pump groups ......................... 313 Pump by rate ......................... 313 Pump control algorithms ....................... 313 Fixed Duty Assist ........................314 Fixed Duty Backup ........................ 314 Alternate Duty Assist......................316 Alternate Duty Backup ......................317 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 14 Pump ON setpoint (R41,420-R41,425) ................332 C.23 Pump OFF setpoint (R41,430-R41,435) ................332 C.24 Pumped volume (R41,440-R41,443) ................... 332 C.25 Pump hours (R41,450-R41,461) ..................332 C.26 Pump starts (R41,470-R41,475) ..................333 C.27 Parameter access (R43,998-R46,999) ................333 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 15 Connecting a transducer with RG62 co-axial extension cable ..........354 Device installation (for retrofitting older installations) ............355 Conduit entry for Class I, Div 2 applications ..................357 Programming chart ..........................361 Programming chart ....................... 361 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 16 Table of contents LCD menu structure ..........................371 LCD Menu Structure ......................371 Certificates and support ......................... 389 Technical support ......................... 389 QR code label ........................389 Certificates ........................... 390 Index ..............................391 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 17: Introduction

    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 constitute one element of such a concept. Customers are responsible for preventing unauthorized access to their plants, systems, machines and networks.
  • Page 18: 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 19 Edition Remarks EDD version Firmware revision 10/2015 Initial release 1.13.02 2.00.00 12/2015 Added support 1.13.02 2.01.00 for Echo Profile view on the display 10/2017 Operating In- 1.13.02 2.01.00 structions maintenance HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 20 Introduction 1.5 Notes on warranty HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 21: Safety Notes

    Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the 2014/35/EU harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market of electrical equipment de- signed for use within certain voltage limits HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 22 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 23 ● They are authorized, trained, or instructed in carrying out work on electrical circuits for hazardous systems. ● They are trained or instructed in maintenance and use of appropriate safety equipment according to the pertinent safety regulations. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 24 Safety notes HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 25: Description

    The device features menu-driven programming and a host of wizards for plug-and-play performance, accessed through its four-button navigation panel with backlit graphical display. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 26: Features

    ● Compatible with chemical-resistant EchoMax transducers that are approved for hostile environments. Key Applications: Wet wells, flumes/weirs, bar screen control, hoppers, chemical storage, liquid storage, crusher bins, dry solids storage HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 27: Approvals

    For more details, see Approvals (Page 300). Modbus communication This device supports Modbus communication protocol. For further information on the Modbus communication, see Communications installation (Page 324) and Modbus register map (Page 328). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 28 Description 3.5 Modbus communication HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 29: Installing/Mounting

    The device can overheat or materials become brittle due to UV exposure. • Protect the device from direct sunlight. • Make sure that the maximum permissible ambient temperature is not exceeded. Refer to the information in Technical data (Page 295). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 30 • [AC-Powered Units] All current-carrying conductors must be protected by a fuse or circuit breaker in the building installation, having a breaking capacity of up to 15 A. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 31: Mounting Instructions

    Recommended maximum torque for lid screws must not exceed 0.9 Nm (8 in-lbs). 4.2.2 Mounting on wall Note When routing cable through a conduit, please follow the instructions in routing cable through a conduit (Page 32). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 32 4.2 Mounting Instructions Enclosure dimensions Dimensions in mm (inch) ① ④ Cable entry location Cable entry ② ⑤ Lid screws (6) Enclosure base ③ ⑥ Enclosure lid 4.3 mm diameter (0.17 inch), 4 mounting holes HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 33 It is recommended to mount directly to wall or to electrical cabinet back panel with mounting screws: #6. If alternate mounting surface is used, it MUST be able to support four times the weight of the unit. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 34: Cable Routed Through A Conduit

    7. Reinstall the motherboard and plastic cover; secure them with the mounting screws. 8. Reconnect the Display cable. Note For conduit locations and assembly for hazardous mounting in Class I, Div 2 applications, see Conduit entry for Class I, Div 2 applications (Page 357). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 35: Cable Exposed And Entering Through The Cable Glands

    3. Tighten the glands to form a good seal. Note Where more holes are required than are supplied in the enclosure, follow the instructions in Cable routed through a conduit (Page 32). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 36: Panel Mount

    Installing the panel mount unit requires making a cutout in the panel. The dimensions for the cutout are provided in the illustration below. A full size cutout template is provided with your unit or may be downloaded from https://support.industry.siemens.com (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/18619938).
  • Page 37: Cutout Instructions

    3. Remove the four screws holding the plastic cover and motherboard to the enclosure. 4. Remove the plastic cover by pulling it straight out. Be careful not to damage the motherboard electronics with static electricity. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 38: Wiring Compartment

    Failure to do so may result in damage to the device or the external equipment that is attached. Note • Terminal strips can be removed to improve ease of wiring. • Separate cables and conduits may be required to conform to standard instrumentation wiring practices or electrical codes. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 39: Wiring Compartment

    Installing/mounting 4.3 Wiring compartment Wiring compartment ① ⑤ RS-232 RJ-11 connector SmartLinx card (optional) ② ⑥ Power supply RS-485 connections ③ Female connector for SmartLinx card ④ Diagnostic LED HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 40: Installing The Smartlinx Communication Card

    4. Wire in the SmartLinx card according to SmartLinx manual. Note For EMC compliance, it is necessary to install the provided clamp-on ferrite to the communications cable, at the connection point to the SmartLinx card. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 41: Connecting

    • For the electrical connection specifications, refer to the information in Technical data (Page 295). • At the mounting location of the device observe the applicable directives and laws for installation of electrical power installations with rated voltages below 1000 V. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 42: Connecting Diagram

    ② ⑤ ⑧ Siemens TS-3 temperature Customer device, SmartLinx card sensor digital output ③ ⑥ ⑨ Laptop Customer device, Display, PLC, chart analog output recorder, or other control device HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 43: Terminal Board

    250 V 5A contact rating. Using a co-axial transducer cable extension with this device is NOT recommended. If it is really necessary to use this cable, see Co-axial transducer extension (Page 354). Preferred shielding is braided screen. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 44: Transducers

    A 0.1 μF (100 V or greater) capacitor is included with the device for retrofitting older installations. For instruction on how to use a co-axial cable, see Co-axial transducer extension (Page 354) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 45: Relays

    • All relays will fail in their de-energized states. Relays 1, 2, 4, and 5 are normally open and will fail open. • Relays 3 and 6 can be wired either normally open or normally closed. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 46: Temperature Sensor

    Temperature sensor Accurate temperature readings are critical to accurate level measurements because the speed of sound changes, depending on air temperature, and all Siemens Echomax and ST- H transducers have an internal temperature sensor. Having a separate TS-3 temperature sensor will ensure optimum accuracy if the following conditions apply: ●...
  • Page 47: Ma Output

    When separate conduits are not possible, synchronize the level monitors so that no unit transmits while another is waiting for echo reception. Synchronizing with another MultiRanger 200 HMI/HydroRanger 200 HMI, or other Siemens instruments (DPL+, SPL, XPL+, LU01, LU02, LU10, LUC500, MultiRanger 100/200, HydroRanger 200, EnviroRanger, MiniRanger, SITRANS LUT400): ●...
  • Page 48: Power

    Digital communication Wiring the device for communications allows it to be integrated into a full SCADA system or an industrial LAN. The device can also be directly connected to a computer running SIMATIC PDM. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 49: Rs-232 Serial Connection

    Connecting 5.12 Digital communication 5.12.1 RS-232 serial connection ① RJ-11 jack ② RS-485 5.12.2 RS-485 serial connection HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 50: Discrete Inputs

    Connecting 5.12 Digital communication 5.12.3 Discrete inputs Discrete inputs that have a positive and negative terminal require an external power supply. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 51: Commissioning

    Quick Start Wizard. Refer to Level application (Page 88) or Flow application (Page 89) for illustration examples. For the complete list of parameters, refer to Parameter reference (Page 155). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 52: Activating The Device

    (Page 163). On the other hand, the value displayed in Auxiliary Reading is preset when you adjust Sensor mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163), although you can change the selection later using Default auxiliary reading (2.12.7.) (Page 239). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 53: The Local Display

    Filing ⑩ Level alarm status (low) ⑪ Discrete inputs (inactive) ⑫ Discrete inputs (active) ⑬ Relay (inactive) ⑭ Relay (active) ⑮ Fault text ⑯ Fault number ⑰ Device status indicator ⑱ Fault point HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 54 Level bar graph ⑨ Emptying ⑩ Level alarm status (low) ⑪ Auxiliary reading units ⑫ Auxiliary reading ⑬ Fault text ⑭ Fault number ⑮ Device status indicator ⑯ Auxiliary reading name ⑰ Fault point HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 55: Display Field Descriptions

    Default auxiliary reading (2.12.7.) (Page 239). For more information on how to select the value display, see Auxiliary reading (Page 54). Auxiliary Reading Identifies the value shown in the Auxiliary Reading field. Name HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 56: Auxiliary Reading

    Point Numbers 1, 2, and 3. Point 3 is the difference between (or average of) Points 1 and 2. Changing number scrolling speed Parameter Value Description Display Delay (2.12.8.) Hold each value for 5 seconds (Page 239) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 57: Program Mode

    RUN mode. • While the device is in PROGRAM mode, outputs are de-activated and the device does not measure the process. Change parameter settings and set operating conditions to suit your specific application. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 58: Parameter Menus

    • Press and hold any arrow key to scroll through a list of options or menus (in the direction of the arrow). • A visible scroll bar indicates the menu list is too long to display all items. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 59 3. Scroll to a new selection. 4. Press RIGHT arrow to accept current selection. The LCD returns to parameter view and displays the new selection. ① ③ Menu name Current value ② ④ Parameter number Parameter name HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 60 8. Press RIGHT arrow to accept the new value. The LCD returns to parameter view and displays the new selection. Review for accuracy. ① Parameter name ② Parameter number ③ Current value HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 61: Key Functions In Edit Mode

    You can record data and select from options on the chart that apply to your application, then with this data on hand, complete the Setting wizards via graphical display (Page 60) below, or via another Quick Start Wizard, as referenced above. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 62: Setting Wizards Via Graphical Display

    Index: when parameters apply to more than one input, they are indexed. The index selector value defines the input/output for that parameter. For example, index relates to transducer inputs or mA outputs, and can also refer to relays, communications ports, and other parameters. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 63: Wizards (1.)

    Commissioning 6.5 Quick Start Wizards 6.5.2 Wizards (1.) 6.5.2.1 Quick Start (1.1.) Quick Start Level (1.1.1.) Use this wizard to configure simple Level applications. Available only on dual-point models. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 64 Note This is available on the dual-point model only. Options Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Transducer Specifies the model of the Siemens transducer connected to the device. Single-point model Dual-point model Index Global Transducer Options *No transducer (dual-point preset)
  • Page 65 Sets the temperature of the source when there is no temperature-sensing device connected. This parameter only displays if Fixed Temperature is selected for Temperature Source. Value Range: -100.0 ... +150.0 °C Default: +20.0 °C HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 66 Preset: 5.000 m Span Sets the range to be measured Index Level Options Range: 0.000 ... 99.000 m [or equivalent, depending on Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) Preset: based on Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 67 If CANCEL is selected, no changes are written to the device. To transfer Quick Start values to the device and return to PROGRAM menu, press DOWN arrow (Finish). Then press LEFT arrow three times to return to Measurement mode. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 68 Commissioning 6.5 Quick Start Wizards Quick Start Volume (1.1.2.) Use this wizard to configure Volume applications employing standard vessel shapes. Available only on dual-point models Depends on choice of vessel shape HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 69 Note This is available on the dual-point model only. Options Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Transducer Specifies the model of the Siemens transducer connected to the device. Single-point model Dual-point model Index Global Transducer Options *No transducer (dual-point preset)
  • Page 70 Curved is selected, enter values for level and volume breakpoints after completing the wizard Table 1-8 (2.7.8.) (Page 190). A vessel shape must be selected to proceed through the Quick Start Volume Wizard. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 71 Preset: 5.000 m Span Sets the range to be measured Index Level Options Range: 0.000 ... 99.000 m [or equivalent, depending on Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) Preset: based on Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 72 ● Height of the tank bottom, if Vessel Shape (2.7.2.) (Page 186) = Conical Bottom, Parabolic Bottom, Half Sphere Bottom, or Flat Sloped Bottom ● Length of one end section of the tank, if Vessel Shape (2.7.2.) (Page 186) = Parabolic Ends, in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 73 Vessel shape (2.7.2.) (Page 186) value. Note Ensure the selected units allow LCD volume display. Example: • If max. volume = 3650 m , enter 3650 • If max. volume = 267500 gallons, enter 267.5 (thousands of gallons) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 74 Measurement mode. Note It is strongly recommended that an Auto Zero Head be performed after completion of the wizard to ensure best accuracy. For more information see Auto Zero Head (2.13.3.) (Page 240). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 75 Commissioning 6.5 Quick Start Wizards Quick Start Flow (1.1.3.) Use this wizard to configure simple Flow applications. Available only on dual-point models HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 76 Selects the measurement points to configure. Note This is available on the dual-point model only. Options Point 1 Point 2 Transducer Specifies the model of the Siemens transducer connected to the device. Single-point model Dual-point model Index Global Transducer Options...
  • Page 77 For the purpose of this example, all values are assumed to be in meters. Empty Sets the distance from the face of the transducer to the process empty point Index Level Values Range: 0.000 ... 99.000 m Preset: 5.000 m HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 78 Option will be set to Other if the wizard was run previously and the device was set to OFF or Universal Head vs. Flow. If this is the initial configuration, the PMD can only be set for no calculation (OFF), or for linearization (Universal Head vs. Flow). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 79 The V-Notch angle used in the flow calculation formula. Values Range: 25.000 ... 95.000 Default: 25.000 Use this parameter if the Primary Measuring Device is directly supported. The dimensions required for each PMD vary. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 80 (2.13.5.5. OCM Dimension 5) (Page 246) Discharge coefficient (read only) (2.13.5.6. OCM Dimension 6) (Page 246) Thin Plate V-Notch Weir Notch angle (2.13.5.1. OCM Dimension 1) (Page 246) Discharge coefficient (read only) (2.13.5.2. OCM Dimension 2) (Page 246) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 81 Values Range: -999 ... 9999 Preset: 0.000 This feature can be used for most weirs and some flumes (e.g. Palmer-Bowlus) where the zero reference is at a higher elevation than the channel bottom. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 82 In RUN mode, the number of decimal places displayed is automatically adjusted (if necessary) to prevent the number of Flowrate digits from exceeding display capabilities. The maximum number of head decimal places is controlled by Decimal position (2.12.4.) (Page 237) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 83 Eliminates totalizer activity for flows at, or below the cutoff value. Single-point model Dual-point model Index Global Transducer Range: 0.000 ... 9999 Values Preset = 5.000 %, in equivalent units Use this to enter the minimum head in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 84 Measurement mode. Note It is strongly recommended that an Auto Zero Head be performed after completion of the wizard to ensure best accuracy. For more information see Auto Zero Head (2.13.3.) (Page 240). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 85 Use this wizard to configure pumps if they will be used in your application. First, be sure to complete the applicable Quick Start Wizards. Start of Quick Start Pump Control wizard Shows the type of Wizard to be executed. Options CANCEL START HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 86 Selects pump usage based on the RUN time ratio rather than last used. Range: 0 ... 255 Value Default: 1 This parameter displays only if a Service Ratio algorithm is selected for Relay Function. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 87 Preset: ---- For most applications, the relay is reset at this point. This parameter is set to Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169), even when another reading, such as volume, is shown on the LCD. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 88: Requesting An Echo Profile

    3. Use UP or DOWN arrow to scroll to an icon. When an icon is highlighted, that feature becomes active. 4. To move a cursor, press RIGHT arrow to increase the value, LEFT arrow decrease. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 89: Application Examples

    See Algorithm (2.11.2.2.) (Page 222) . Application examples In the examples that follow, substitute your own application details. If the examples are not suitable to your application, check the relevant parameter references for other available options. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 90: Level Application

    The application is a vessel that takes an average 3 hours (180 minutes) to fill and 3 weeks to empty. Fill rate = (Empty – Span) / fastest of fill or empty time = (15.5 m – 1 m) / 180 min. = 14.5 m /180 min. = 0.08 m/min. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 91: Flow Application

    , or 24 hours (whichever comes first), and for a fail-safe alarm to activate in the event of a loss of echo or cable fault. ① ④ C = converging dimension Flow ② ⑤ 2/3 C Transducer ③ ⑥ Zero head HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 92 Commissioning 6.7 Application examples ① Head = 0.6 m ② Span = 1.0 m ③ Empty = 1.6 m HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 93: Operating

    Global XPS-15 Read only = XPS-15 Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) Global Meters Units = Meters Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) Global Empty = 12 m Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) Global Span = 10 m HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 94: Average Or Differential

    Units (2.1.1.) Global Meters Units = Meters (Page 162) Empty (2.2.4.) Empty = 12 m (Page 170) Empty = 4 m Span (2.2.2.) Span = 11 m (Page 169) Span = 3.5 m HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 95: Average Or Differential

    All the relevant parameters are filtered by the transducer selector. Transducer Selector Description Indexed by Transducer 1 or 2 Indexed by Level measurement 1 = Transducer 1 2 = Transducer 2 3 = Calculated Level (average or difference) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 96: Measurement Conditions

    ● Relay fail-safe (2.8.2.3.) (Page 201) – Relay fail-safe controls the reaction of each relay. For more information, see Relay fail-safe (Page 104). If Fail-safe Operation activates frequently, see Diagnosing and troubleshooting (Page 281). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 97: Relays

    Alarm Alarm ON = LCD Icon ON = relay coil de-energized Pump Pump ON = LCD Icon ON = relay coil energized Miscellaneous Contact closed = LCD Icon ON = relay coil energized HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 98: Relay Functions

    The function starts when the fail-safe timer expires. The function stops when a (LOE) valid echo is received (fail-safe timer is reset). Cable fault The alarm is activated when a transducer cable is not connected properly (shorted or open). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 99: Pump

    • If the relay status can affect plant operation or personnel safety, it is advisable to override the relay functions or disconnect the relay wiring during calibration. • Keep power disconnected at main breaker when device cover is opened. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 100: Relay-Related Parameters

    Ensure all the (Page 255) relay programming and wiring works properly. Verify that ON and OFF respond correctly. Use this parameter as a final test once all of the relay programming is done. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 101: Relay Activation

    ● Relay duration (2.10.1.3.) (Page 211) Relay logic is modified Normal operating conditions mean that alarm relays are energized and pumps are de- energized. This can be reversed using Relay Logic (2.8.1.11.). (Page 199) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 102: Preset Applications

    Pump down with the following settings: Relay # Parameter Relay Function Alternate Duty Alternate Duty Level (H) Level (L) (2.8.1.4.) Assist Assist (Page 195) ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 103 Pump up with the following level settings: Relay # Parameter Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) Alternate Duty Alternate Duty Level (H) Level (L) OFF (Page 195) Assist Assist ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 104 Pump by Rate (2.8.1.8.) (Page 198)sets the pump relays to accept control by rate of level change once the first ON setpoint is reached. Because the pumps are started by rate, you must change Fill- ing Indicator (2.3.9.) (Page 176) to desired fill rate. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 105 (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) Alarms General alarms at four setpoints: Relay # Parameter Relay Function Level (H) Level (L) Level (HH) Level (LL) (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 106: Relay Fail-Safe

    • Following a software upgrade • 7.3.13 Display readout The following readouts are shown when the device cannot display a number. Display Definition Parameter has not been set Value too large to display HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 107: Adjusting The Primary Reading

    (for example, the Pointek CLS200). The ultrasonic reading is fixed at the programmed switch level until the discrete input is released; the override is then removed, and the device returns to normal measurement. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 108: Backup Level Override Parameters

    Sets the time (in seconds) used to calm the override condition input Discrete inputs Discrete input logic affects the reaction of the discrete input. Normal state is the standard operation, with the device sensing the material level and controlling the pumps. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 109: Wiring The Discrete Inputs

    Do not damp the input signal To pass the mA input on to a SCADA system, read the value from the appropriate communication registers. For more information, see Input/output (R41,070 – R41,143) (Page 331). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 110: Ma Output

    – Enter the exact value displayed on the ammeter into 4 mA Output Trim (2.5.11.) (Page 183) – The ammeter should then read exactly 4.00 mA. The unit is now calibrated for 4 mA for the receiving device. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 111: Volume

    Volume (2.7.3.) (Page 188). The default is 100, which gives a reading in percent of total. Use whatever unit is applicable. If the value is too large for the six-digit LCD, use a larger unit. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 112: Vessel Shape And Dimensions

    • The default reading changes to a range from 0 to 100 [the value in Maximum Volume (2.7.3.)] (Page 188) • Empty [Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170)] is still measured to the bottom of the tank, not the top of A. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 113: Characterization Chart

    Note The end points in the curve are 0,0 (fixed) and the point defined by Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) and Maximum Volume (2.7.3.) (Page 188) Example HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 114 To configure the breakpoint table for Level Point 1, set the Transducer Selector to 1. Enter the appropriate Level and Volume values into the menus <x.y.z> and <x.y.t> where x.y.z refers to Level and x.y.t refers to Volume. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 115: Alarms

    Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) Global Span = 1.4 m This example assumes a base, single measurement unit. If your unit has optional dual- point software installed, then some parameters are indexed by two level points. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 116: Setting Simple Level Alarms

    1 meters per minute, and reset the alarm when emptying ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) -1 m falls to -0.9 meters per minute. (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) - 0.9 m (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 117: In-Bounds/Out-Of-Bounds Range

    Activates an alarm if transducer cable circuit enters a shorted or opened state. Parameter Index Mode/Value Description Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) Cable Fault Alarm on transducer cable fault (Page 195) Level Source (2.8.1.2.) Transducer 1 Alarm on Transducer 1 (Page 194) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 118: Temperature

    Alarm on LOE for Transducer 1 (Page 194) Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) Alarm on LOE (Page 195) LOE Timer (2.4.2.) Global Trip alarm when 0.5 minutes (30 seconds) (Page 177) pass without detecting a valid echo. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 119: Pump Control

    (Page 170) Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) Global Span = 1.4 m Example assumes a single measurement unit. If your device has dual-point software installed, then some parameters are indexed by two level points. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 120: Set Relays To Alternate Duty Assist

    Sets the three setpoints for the pump (Page 197) relays. The first cycle will use these setpoints. Subsequent cycles rotate OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 0.5 m the setpoints among the pumps. (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 0.5 m (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 121: Setting A Pump Up (Reservoir) Group

    (Page 170) Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) Global Span = 1.4 m Example assumes a single measurement unit. If your device has dual-point software installed, then some parameters are indexed by two level points. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 122: Set Relays To Alternate Duty Assist

    Sets the three setpoints for the pump (Page 197) relays OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m (Page 197) For more information, see Pump control reference (Page 313) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 123: Other Pump Control Algorithms

    Sets the pump relays (Relays 1, (Page 195) 2, and 3) to Fixed Duty Assist. Multiple pumps can run simul- Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) Fixed Duty Assist taneously. (Page 195) Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) Fixed Duty Assist (Page 195) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 124: Set Relays To Fixed Duty Backup

    0.4 m Sets the three setpoints for the (Page 197) pump relays. The setpoints remain attached to the pump ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) 0.3 m relays. (Page 197) ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) 0.2 m (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 125: Set Relays To Service Ratio Duty Assist

    Parameter Index Value Description OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m Sets the three setpoints for the (Page 197) pump relays. OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 126: Set Relays To First In First Out

    Parameter Index Value Description OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m Sets the three setpoints for the (Page 197) pump relays. OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) 1.3 m (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 127: Optional Pump Controls

    • Set all pump control relay ON and OFF setpoints to the same value. • If the level is within 5% of Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) of the OFF setpoint, then the next pump is not started. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 128: Rotating Pumps By Service Ratio

    (with respect to the assigned ratio values) starts. Conversely, when a pump stop is required [OFF setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197)], the pump with the most running hours (as compared to the assigned ratio values) stops. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 129: Totalizing Pumped Volume

    Set in RUN Mode 1. Press the LEFT arrow to go to Measurement View mode. 2. Once there, press the DOWN arrow to show Measurement View 2. 3. Press the LEFT arrow until Totalizer is shown. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 130: Setting Independent Fail-Safe Controls

    0.0 seconds disables run-on. Any relay with a pump duration value other than 0.0 seconds will use the value from the highest indexed relay in the pump group set in Pump Group (2.8.2.2.). (Page 201) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 131: Setting The Pump Start Delays

    A range of 0.5 meters is used to vary the setpoint. The randomly-selected setpoints are always inside the ON and OFF setpoints. ① ③ Random setpoint range Level setpoint variation ② ④ Level setpoint ON Level setpoint OFF HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 132: Grouping Pumps

    Open the flush valve for 3 cycles (Page 217) Flush Interval (2.10.3.4.) Global Use the flush value every 10 cycles (Page 217) Flush Duration (2.10.3.5.) Global Open the flush valve for 120 seconds (Page 217) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 133: Relay Controlled By Communications

    When this differential reaches the programmed setpoint, the device activates a relay to operate mechanical rakes that clean the screen and ensure a steady flow. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 134: Setting A Rake Control

    Flow ② ⑥ Debris conveyor h(1) & h(2) ③ ⑦ Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) (1&2) Water level ④ ⑧ Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) (1&2) Rake Point 3: Level distance = h[1] – h[2] HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 135: Setting Common Parameters

    0.4 m and Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) Fixed Duty Assist stops the rake when the (Page 195) difference falls below 0.1 m. ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) (Page 197) OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 136: Set Relays 2 To 4 (Level Alarms)

    Flow samplers are devices which take a sample of liquid when triggered by a relay click. These samples are used to monitor water quality over time. Flow samplers can be driven by OCM volume or by relay click volume settings depending on the application requirements. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 137: Relay Contacts

    OCM [Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) = Flow Maximum Flow (2.13.4.3.) (Page 243) or Flowrate rate in open channel] Units (2.13.4.7.) (Page 245) Pumped Volume [Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) Maximum Volume (2.7.3.) (Page 188) (Page 163) = Pump Totalizer] HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 138: Flow Sampler

    During the periods of low flow, the sampler may be idle for lengths of time. Program Relay Interval Setpoint (2.8.2.4.) (Page 202) to a time interval in hours, to drive the sampler. The sampler will operate based on the volume of flow or the time interval, whichever comes first. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 139: Open Channel Monitoring (Ocm)

    For all other PMDs, the head-to-flow curve can be plotted based on known breakpoints, usually supplied by the PMD manufacturer. – Example flumes (Page 152) – Example weir profiles (Page 153) – Typical flow characterization (Page 151) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 140: Common Parameters

    Transducer (Page 164) Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) Global Meters Units Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) Global Empty Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) Global Span Range Extensions (2.2.7.) Global Range Extension to avoid LOE (Page 172) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 141: Setting Zero Head

    Empty level in normal operation without reporting an LOE. The value in Range Extension (2.2.7.) (Page 172) is added to Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) and can be greater than the range of the transducer. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 142: Setting Totalized Volume

    Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) The examples on the following pages show both methods. 7.12.3 Setting totalized volume The device displays the totalized volume in the auxiliary reading area of Measurement View 2 by default. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 143: Applications Supported By The Device

    Discharge coefficient (Cd) (2.13.5.2.) (Page 246) Maximum Head (2.13.4.2.) (Page 243) Maximum Head (Page 243) Range Extension (2.2.7.) (Page 172) Range Extension (Page 172) Flowrate Units (2.13.4.7.) (Page 245) Flowrate Units (Page 245) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 144: Bs-3680/Iso 4359 Rectangular Flume

    OCM Dimension 5 (2.13.5.5.) (Page 246) Velocity coefficient (Cv) Read only OCM Dimension 6 (2.13.5.6.) (Page 246) Discharge coefficient (Cd) Read only Zero Head (2.13.4.5.) (Page 244) Zero Head Flowrate Units (2.13.4.7.) (Page 245) Flowrate Units HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 145: Palmer-Bowlus Flume

    ● Head is referenced to bottom of the throat, not bottom of the pipe ● For rated flows under free flow conditions, the head is measured at a distance of D/2 upstream from the beginning of the converging section. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 146: H-Flume

    Typical errors are: – 1% @ 30% submergence – 3% @ 50% submergence ● For rated flows under free flow conditions, the head is measured at a point downstream from the flume entrance. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 147: Pmds With Exponential Flow To Head Function

    PMDs with exponential flow to Head Function For Primary Measuring Devices (PMDs) that measure flow by an exponential equation, use these parameters. Ensure that you use the correct exponent for your PMD; the values below are samples only. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 148 7.12 Open Channel Monitoring (OCM) Standard weirs ① Transducer ② 3 to 4 x h ③ ④ Weir profile Applicable weir profiles V-notch or Suppressed Cipolleti or Sutro or triangular rectangular trapezoidal proportional HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 149 Flows through these weirs can be measured using Primary Measuring Device (2.13.2.) (Page 240) set to Universal Linear Flow Calculation or Universal Curved Flow Calculation. For more information, see Universal calculation support (Page 151). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 150: Parshall Flume

    1.22–1.607 (consult your flume documenta- (Page 241) tion) Maximum Head (2.13.4.2.) Global Maximum Head (Page 243) Maximum Flow (2.13.4.3.) Global Maximum Flow (Q) (Page 243) Flow Time Units (2.13.4.4.) Global Time Units (Page 244) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 151: Leopold-Lagco Flume

    ● Leopold Lagco may be classed as a rectangular Palmer-Bowlus flume ● Sized by pipe (sewer) diameter ● For rated flows under free flow conditions, the head is measured at a point upstream referenced to the beginning of the converging section. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 152: Cut Throat Flume

    (Page 240) Flow Exponent (2.13.4.1.) Global 1.55 (Page 241) Maximum Head (2.13.4.2.) Global Maximum head (Page 243) Maximum Flow (2.13.4.3.) Global Maximum flow (Page 243) Flow Time Units (2.13.4.4.) Global Time units (Page 244) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 153: Universal Calculation Support

    ● For Universal Linear Flow Calculation, Maximum Head and Maximum Flow must be entered as breakpoints. ● For Universal Curved Flow Calculation, values in Maximum Head (2.13.4.2.), Maximum Flow (2.13.4.3.) are automatically used. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 154: Example Flumes

    ● Use as many breakpoints as required by the complexity of your PMD. ● For additional information, see Volume (2.7.) (Page 185). 7.12.7 Example flumes These example flumes would both require a universal calculation. Trapezoidal flume Dual range (nested) Parshall HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 155: Example Weir Profiles

    7. Go to Discrete Input 1 Scaled State [DI] (2.9.2.3.) (Page 210) to verify that the value is forced. 8. Check the state of outputs to ensure that they respond as expected. For further information, see Discrete inputs (Page 106). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 156: Application Test

    2. If alternate reading units, fail-safe action, or relay operation is desired, update the parameters for the new functionality. 3. If the system performance experiences problems, see Diagnosing and troubleshooting (Page 281). Retest the system every time you adjust any control parameters. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 157: Parameter Reference

    [such as, Totalizers - Totalizer Decimal Position (2.14.4.) (Page 251) ]. • To enter Program mode using the local push buttons, press . Press to to return to Measurement mode. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 158: Parameter Indexing

    The block diagram below traces an example signal path where an input is scaled and converted into an output, using various index selector parameters [Transducer Selector (2.1.4.) (Page 164), Level Selector (2.1.2.) (Page 162), mA Output Selector (2.5.1.) (Page 180), and Relay Selector (2.8.1.1.) (Page 193)] HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 159 Parameter reference 8.2 Parameter indexing HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 160: Index Selector Examples

    4. Set Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) to Level. 5. Set Transducer (2.1.5.) (Page 164) to XPS-10. Note Repeat this procedure if a second ultrasonic sensor or mA is needed. Choose Transducer 2 in Transducer Selector (2.1.4.) (Page 164) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 161: Calibration

    8. If the relay is controlled by the second transducer measurement, set Level Source (2 2.8.1.2.) (Page 194) to Transducer 2. 9. Repeat this procedure for each required relay. Ensure that the correct relay index is selected in Relay Selector (2.8.1.1.) (Page 195). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 162: High Level Alarm

    5. Set ON Setpoint (2.8.1.5.) (Page 197) to 2 meters. 6. Set OFF Setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) to 1.75 meters. 7. Repeat this procedure for each required relay. Ensure that the correct relay index is selected in Relay Selector (2.8.1.1.) (Page 193). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 163: Index Types

    2 if Sensor mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) is set for DPD [ Sensor mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) = Dual-Point Difference] or DPA [ Sensor mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) = Dual-Point Average]. In Dual-Point Mode (optional), the number of available indexes is always 2. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 164: Quick Start Wizards

    *M (meters) CM (centimeters) MM (millimeters) FT (feet) IN (inches) 8.6.1.2 Level selector (2.1.2.) Sets the Level Point index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. Options *Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 165: Sensor Mode (2.1.3.)

    This table shows the available functions: Operation Index Available options *Level, Space, *Distance, Flow rate in open channel, Pump Totalizer Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) *Level, Space, *Distance, Flow rate in open channel, Pump Totalizer Dual-Point Difference, Dual-Point Average HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 166: Transducer Selector (2.1.4.)

    To set or read Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) and Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) for Transducer 2, the selector parameter must first be changed to Transducer 2. 8.6.1.5 Transducer (2.1.5.) Specifies the model of the Siemens transducer connected to the device. Index Single-point model Dual-point model...
  • Page 167: Material (2.1.6.)

    Range: 41 to 46 kHz, nearest acceptable value is returned Altered by Transducer (2.1.5.) (Page 164) Related Number of long shots (2.1.12.) (Page 167) • Short shot frequency (2.1.7.) (Page 165) • Short shot duration (2.1.9.) (Page 166) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 168: Short Shot Duration (2.1.9.)

    Short shot frequency (2.1.7.) (Page 165) • Long shot duration (2.1.10.) (Page 166) • Short shot bias (2.11.2.10.) (Page 225) • Short shot floor (2.11.2.11.) (Page 226) • Short shot range (2.11.2.12.) (Page 226) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 169: Number Of Long Shots (2.1.12.)

    Sensor mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) This feature may only be used to adjust the delay before the next point is scanned. This value is automatically altered when Response Rate (2.3.4.) (Page 174) is altered. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 170: Scan Time (2.1.15.)

    Long confidence (3.2.11.2.) (Page 262) produced by a short shot exceeds the short Long echo threshold (2.11.2.3.) (Page 223) and the monitored surface is always within the Short shot range (2.11.2.12.) (Page 226). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 171: Calibration (2.2.)

    Enter a value reflecting maximum application range. Always prevent the monitored surface from approaching within 0.3 m (1 ft) of the transducer face as this is the minimum blanking for most Siemens transducers (some require more blanking – see your transducer manual).
  • Page 172: Empty (2.2.4.)

    Setting this value also sets Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169), unless Span was already set to another value. For distance operation [Sensor Mode (2.1.3) (Page 163) = Distance], Span is preset to Empty. ① Empty ② Span HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 173: Sensor Offset (2.2.5.)

    TVT dB (2.11.3.7.) (Page 230) • Use this feature if the surface is reported to be near the transducer face but is in fact much further away. Extend this value when changing transducer location, mounting, or aiming. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 174: Range Extension (2.2.7.)

    This is often the case with OCM when using weirs and some flumes. 8.6.3 Rate (2.3.) 8.6.3.1 Transducer selector (2.3.1.) Sets the transducer index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 175: Fill Rate/Minute (2.3.2.)

    Enter a value slightly greater than the maximum vessel emptying rate. This value, in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) per minute, is automatically altered when Response Rate (2.3.4.) (Page 174) is altered. Response rate (2.3.4.) value Meters/minute HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 176: Response Rate (2.3.4.)

    Shot delay (2.1.16.) (Page 168) • Scan time (2.1.15.) (Page 168) • Use a setting just fast enough to keep up with your process. Slower settings provide higher accuracy. Faster settings allow for more level fluctuations. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 177: Rate Filter (2.3.5.)

    The material level change, in meters, to initiate a Flow Maximum (3.2.8.15.) (Page 259) update. Index Single-point model Dual-point model Global Transducer Values Range: 0.000 ... 9999 meters Related Flow Maximum (3.2.8.15.) (Page 259) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 178: Level Selector (2.2.8)

    • Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) • Empty rate/minute (2.3.3.) (Page 173) • This value [in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) per minute] is automatically set to 1/10 of the Empty Rate/minute (2.3.3.) (Page 173). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 179: Fail-Safe (2.4.)

    – Error for all other problems. When modifying the preset value, set it short enough to protect the process, but long enough to avoid false alarms. Only use 0.0 minutes (no delay) for testing. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 180: Level Selector (2.4.3.)

    Fail-safe mode regardless of the Material Level. 8.6.4.5 Material level (2.4.5.) The material level reported when a fail-safe state is initiated. Index Transducer Values Range: -4999 ... 9999, value in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 181: Fail-Safe Advance (2.4.6.)

    Produce the Empty mA output immediately. Hold Last known value is held until normal operation resumes. Value mA output goes to user-selected value defined in mA Fail-safe Value (2.4.9.) (Page 180) Related Current output function (2.5.3.) (Page 181) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 182: Ma Fail-Safe Value (2.4.9.)

    Function. If either 20 to 0 mA or 20 to 4 mA is selected, then the output is inversely proportional. After setting mA output range (2.5.2.), verify that Minimum mA limit (2.5.7.) (Page 182) has a valid entry, as it is not changed automatically by setting the mA output range (2.5.2.). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 183: Current Output Function (2.5.3.)

    Parameter mA Output Allocation (2.5.4.) can be set to a particular point or range of points. When set to a range of points, the mA output will be the average of the readings from all in service transducers in the range. Out-of-service transducers will be ignored. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 184: Ma Setpoint (2.5.5.)

    Preset: 20.200 mA Related mA output range (2.5.2.) (Page 180) • Minimum mA limit (2.5.7.) (Page 182) • 8.6.5.9 Milliamp output (2.5.9.) Displays the current mA output value. Range: 3.500 ... 22.2 mA HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 185: Fail-Safe Mode (2.5.10.)

    2. Read the value indicated on the current meter or other connected device, and enter it in mA output trim (2.5.12.) The new trimmed value will be shown in the current meter or other connected device. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 186: Current Input (2.6.)

    Index Global Values Range: -999 ... 9999% Preset: 100% Related Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) • Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) • Input range is scaled for accuracy if an external mA signal calculates level. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 187: Ma Damp Filter (2.6.4.)

    Range: 0.000 ... 20.00 (Read only) 8.6.7 Volume (2.7.) Carries out a volume conversion from a Level measurement. 8.6.7.1 Level selector (2.7.1.) Sets the Level Point index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 188: Vessel Shape (2.7.2.)

    To convert readings to volumetric units, see Maximum Volume (2.7.3.) (Page 188). Vessel shape Display/description None * NONE Flat level bottom Flat ends Parabolic bottom Half sphere bottom Flat sloped bottom Parabolic ends HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 189 Parameter reference 8.6 Setup (2.) Vessel shape Display/description Sphere Conical bottom Universal curved Universal linear ① = dimension A ② = dimension L HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 190: Maximum Volume (2.7.3.)

    Parabolic Bottom, Half Sphere Bottom, or Flat Sloped Bottom, or ● Length of one end section of the tank, if Vessel Shape (2.7.2.) (Page 186) = Parabolic Ends, in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 191: Dimension L (2.7.5.)

    *Based on Rate Estimation Related Sensor mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) • Rate filter (2.3.5.) (Page 175) • Rate filter time (2.3.6.) (Page 175) • Rate filter distance (2.3.7.) (Page 175) • Rate (2.3.) (Page 172) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 192: Table 1-8 (2.7.8.)

    2.7.8.6. Volume 3 2.7.8.7. Level 4 2.7.8.8. Volume 4 2.7.8.9. Level 5 2.7.8.10. Volume 5 2.7.8.11. Level 6 2.7.8.12. Volume 6 2.7.8.13. Level 7 2.7.8.14. Volume 7 2.7.8.15. Level 8 2.7.8.16. Volume 8 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 193: Table 9-16 (2.7.9.)

    2.7.9.6. Volume 11 2.7.9.7. Level 12 2.7.9.8. Volume 12 2.7.9.9. Level 13 2.7.9.10. Volume 13 2.7.9.11. Level 14 2.7.9.12. Volume 14 2.7.9.13. Level 15 2.7.9.14. Volume 15 2.7.9.15. Level 16 2.7.9.16. Volume 16 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 194: Table 17-24 (2.7.10.)

    2.7.10.6. Volume 19 2.7.10.7. Level 20 2.7.10.8. Volume 20 2.7.10.9. Level 21 2.7.10.10. Volume 21 2.7.10.11. Level 22 2.7.10.12. Volume 22 2.7.10.13. Level 23 2.7.10.14. Volume 23 2.7.10.15. Level 24 2.7.10.16. Volume 24 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 195: Relays (2.8.)

    Relays (2.8.) 8.6.8.1 Basic Setup (2.8.1.) Relay selector (2.8.1.1.) Sets the relay index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. Options *Relay 1, Relay 2, Relay 3, Relay 4, Relay 5, Relay 6 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 196 • Before selecting a Preset Application, a Level, Volume or Flow Quick Start Wizard must first be completed. Select an application that is similar to yours and change the parameters required. If nothing suits your application, refer to Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 197 See chart below Altered by Preset applications (2.8.1.3.) (Page 194) Note All relay ON/OFF points must be referenced from Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) (bottom of the vessel), regardless of Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) selection. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 198 Used to control a pump flushing device based on Flush Systems [Flush pump (2.10.3.2.) (Page 216) to Flush duration (2.10.3.5.) (Page 217)]. Communication Based on input from external communications. For more information, see Modbus register map (Page 328). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 199 This parameter is set according to Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) even when another reading, such as volume, is shown on the local display. Level selector (2.8.1.7.) Sets the Level Point index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 200 Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) • Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) • Fill rate/minute (2.3.2.) (Page 173) • This value [in Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) per minute] is automatically set to 1/10 of Fill Rate/minute (2.3.2.) (Page 173). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 201 To use Relays 3 or 6 as general alarm indicators, set Relay Logic (2.8.1.11.) to Negative and wire the alarm for Normally Open operation. When an alarm event occurs (see below) or when power is cut, the circuit closes and the alarm activates. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 202: Modifiers (2.8.2.)

    • If the pump relays are set to the same value, then the ratio equals 1:1 and all pumps are used equally (preset). 8.6.8.2 Modifiers (2.8.2.) Provides alternate ways of starting the pumps in the pump group. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 203 To have the relay de-energize immediately on fail-safe. Altered by Material level (2.4.5.) (Page 178) Related LOE timer (2.4.2.) (Page 177) • Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) • Use this for operations independent of the Material Level (2.4.5.) (Page 178). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 204 Sets the length of time, in hours, between starts. Index Relay Values Range: 0 ... 9000 hours Preset: 0.000 hours Altered by Preset applications (2.8.1.3.) (Page 194) Related Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 205 ① Actual On or OFF setpoint ② Relay dead band (2.8.2.5.) ③ Setpoint set in ON setpoint (2.8.1.5.) (Page 197) or OFF setpoint (2.8.1.6.) (Page 197) ④ Actual OFF or ON setpoint HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 206 The following parameters from Pump Run-ON (2.8.2.7.) (Page 205) to Power Resumption Delay (2.8.2.8.2.) (Page 207) affect only the relays set to Pump Control in Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195). See the Pump row in the Control column for details. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 207 This parameter sets the time between such events. Only the last pump running can run-ON. Relay selector (2.8.2.7.2.) Sets the relay index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 208 Group (2.8.2.2.) (Page 201). Pump Start Delays (2.8.2.8.) Sets when the pumps are permitted to start. Use this feature to reduce power surge by not having all the pumps start at the same time. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 209: Discrete Inputs (2.9.)

    Overrides the transducer reading by a discrete input, such as a contacting point device. The transducer reading will be fixed at the programmed override value until the discrete input is released. The device makes decisions based on the override values. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 210 Level Override Value (2.9.1.3.) When the level rises to 4.3 m, and the switch is activated, the reading is forced to 4.3 m. The reading stays at 4.3 m until the switch is deactivated. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 211: Discrete Input Logic (2.9.2.)

    Changes the behavior of Discrete Input 1. Options Forced OFF Forced ON * Normally Open Normally Closed Discrete input 2 (2.9.2.2.) Changes the behavior of the Discrete Input 2. Options Forced OFF Forced ON * Normally Open Normally Closed HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 212: Other Control (2.10.)

    8.6.10.2 Transducer selector (2.10.1.1.) Sets the transducer index for all parameters applicable to this submenu. The parameters will only affect the relays set to Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) = Totalizer. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 213: Multiplier (2.10.1.2.)

    [Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) = Totalizer or Flow Sampler]. Index Global Values Range: 0.1 ... 1024 seconds Preset: 0.188 seconds Related Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) Enter minimum contact closure duration (in seconds) required by the device connected. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 214: External Sampler (2.10.2.)

    8.6 Setup (2.) ① Relay duration (2.10.1.3.) ON time ② Relay duration (2.10.1.3.) OFF time 8.6.10.5 External sampler (2.10.2.) Transducer selector (2.10.2.1.) Sets the transducer index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 215 Flow Sampler Increment = Y x 10 Flow units Example: To count once every 4310 (4.31 x 10 ) flow units: set Mantissa (2.10.2.2.) to 4.31 and Exponent (2.10.2.3.) (Page 214) to 3. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 216 This parameter is relevant only if Operation is set to OCM [Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) = Flow rate in open channel]. Enter the exponent (Z) for the mantissa (Y) in the formula: Flow Sampler Increment = Y x 10 Flow units HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 217 Sets the length of time between starts, in hours. Index Relay Values Range: 0 ... 9000 hours Preset: 0.000 hours Altered by Preset applications (2.8.1.3.) (Page 194) Related Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 218 Both Flush Interval (2.10.3.4.) (Page 217) and Flush Cycles (2.10.3.3.) (Page 217) are based on the operation of this relay and controls any relay set to Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) = Flush Valve. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 219 Sets the length of time for each flush cycle that the flush control is active. Index Single-point model Dual-point model Global Relay Values Range: 0.000 ... 9999 seconds Preset: 0.000 seconds Related Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) = Flush Valve HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 220: Signal Processing (2.11.)

    If Temperature Source (2.11.1.4.) (Page 219) is set to any value other than Fixed Temperature, the value displayed is the temperature measured. If Temperature Source (2.11.1.4.) (Page 219) is set to Fixed Temperature, the Fixed Temperature (2.11.1.6.) (Page 220) value is displayed. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 221 Enter the number of the Transducer whose temperature measurement will be used for the distance calculation of the Point Number displayed. When both transducers are allocated to a Point Number, the temperature measurements from each are averaged. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 222 The units are in m/s if Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) = meters, centimeters, or millimeters; if Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) = feet or inches, then they are in ft/s). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 223 Transducer Values Range: -999 ... 999.0 Related Sensor offset (2.2.5.) (Page 171) Alternatively, if the amount of offset correction required is known, enter the amount to be added to the reading before display. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 224: Echo Select (2.11.2.)

    If the wrong echo is processed, observe the echo processing displays and select an alternate algorithm using this parameter. For details on echo determinations and suggested usage, see Algorithm (Page 304). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 225 Level fluctuates slightly, though the monitored surface is still. Enter the amount (in ms) of long shot Echo Profile smoothing required. When a value is keyed in, the nearest acceptable value is entered. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 226 The device recognizes the echo and advances the reading to the highest level and operates displays and outputs accordingly. This feature is effective for when power is returned while the transducer is submerged. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 227 Number of short shots (2.1.11.) (Page 166) • Short shot frequency (2.1.7.) (Page 165) • Long shot duration (2.1.10.) (Page 166) • Short shot floor (2.11.2.11.) (Page 226) • Short shot range (2.11.2.12.) (Page 226) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 228 Long shot duration (2.1.10.) (Page 166) • Short shot bias (2.11.2.10.) (Page 225) • Short shot floor (2.11.2.11.) (Page 226) • Short Shot Range (2.11.2.12.) • This feature is automatically altered when Transducer (2.1.5.) (Page 164) is altered. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 229: Tvt Setup (2.11.3.)

    ‘base noise’ caused by internal transducer reflections, nozzle echoes, or other vessel false echoes. Set Auto Suppression Range (2.11.3.3.) (Page 228) and then Auto False Echo Suppression (2.11.3.2.) (detailed instructions follow Auto Suppression Range 2.11.3.3.) (Page 228). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 230 2. Enter the distance to material surface minus 0.5 m in to Auto Suppression Range (2.11.3.3.). 3. Select Auto False Echo Suppression (2.11.3.2.) (Page 227). 4. Select Learn. [Auto False Echo Suppression (2.11.3.2.) (Page 227) will revert to ON (use Learned TVT) automatically after a few seconds.] HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 231 TVT Shaper (2.11.4.) (Page 231) Turn the TVT Shaper ON before using TVT Shaper (2.11.4) (Page 231) and afterwards. Turn the TVT Shaper ON and OFF while monitoring the effect to pick up the true echo. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 232 Enter the minimum TVT Curve start point (in dB above 1 μV RMS). This feature should only be used if increased Blanking (2.2.6.) (Page 171) would extend into the measurement range farther than desired. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 233: Tvt Shaper (2.11.4.)

    Use this feature to bias the shape of the TVT curve to avoid selecting false echoes from fixed objects. Adjustment to this parameter is best done while viewing the echo profile with SIMATIC PDM. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 234 2.11.4.3.2. TVT Brkpt. 22 2.11.4.3.3. TVT Brkpt. 23 2.11.4.3.4. TVT Brkpt. 24 2.11.4.3.5. TVT Brkpt. 25 2.11.4.3.6. TVT Brkpt. 26 2.11.4.3.7. TVT Brkpt. 27 2.11.4.3.8. TVT Brkpt. 28 2.11.4.3.9. TVT Brkpt. 29 2.11.4.3.10. TVT Brkpt. 30 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 235: Measurement Verification (2.11.5.)

    Echo lock (2.11.5.4.) (Page 235) • Down sampling (2.11.5.3.) (Page 234) • Echo Lock (2.11.5.4.) (Page 235) Up Sampling value Maximum verification Material agitator For more details, see Down sampling (2.11.5.3.) (Page 234). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 236 ● Two consecutive measurements lower than the current reading will validate a new reading. Resetting Echo Lock (2.11.5.4.) (Page 235) returns Up Sampling (2.11.5.2) (Page 233) and Down Sampling ( 2.11.5.3.) to their respective preset values. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 237 Adjusts the size of the Echo Lock Window. Index Single-point model Dual-point model Global Transducer Values Preset: 0.000 Response rate (2.3.4.) (Page 174) Related Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) • Echo lock (2.11.5.4.) (Page 235) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 238: Display (2.12.)

    OFF five minutes after the last key is pressed. 8.6.12.2 LCD contrast (2.12.2.) Adjusts the luminance of the bright and dark colors of the display. Options Range: 0 (Low contrast) to 20 (High contrast) Preset: 10 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 239: Level Selector (2.12.3.)

    To keep the decimal place from shifting, reduce the number of decimal places to that shown at 100%. Example: If 100% is 15 m, use two decimal places for sample readings of 15.00 or 12.15. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 240: Convert Reading (2.12.5.)

    Related Reading (3.2.8.2.) (Page 256) The operation of the device is not affected by the Offset Reading. This value is used for display purposes only. All control measurements are still referenced to Empty. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 241: Default Auxiliary Reading (2.12.7.)

    8.6.13.1 Transducer selector (2.13.1.) Sets the transducer index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. The parameters set will only apply if Sensor Mode (2.1.3.) (Page 163) = Flow rate in open channel. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 242: Primary Measuring Device (2.13.2.)

    Range: -999 ... 9999 Altered by Response rate (2.3.4.) (Page 174) Related Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) • Offset reading (2.12.6.) (Page 238) • Zero head (2.13.4.5.) (Page 244) • Process temperature (2.11.1.3.) (Page 218) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 243: Basic Setup (2.13.4.)

    Use this parameter if the Primary Measuring Device (2.13.2.) (Page 240) is set to Exponential devices. It creates an exponential curve with end points set by Maximum Head (2.13.4.2.) (Page 243) and Maximum Flow (2.13.4.3.) (Page 243) and with the curve based on the specified exponent. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 244 K = internal constant H = head Example exponents PMD type Exponent (sample only) Suppressed Rectangular Weir 1.50 Cipolletti Weir 1.50 Venturi Flume 1.50 Parshall Flume 1.22 ... 1.607 Leopold Lagco 1.547 V-Notch Weir 2.50 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 245 • If measured value is larger than seven characters, the screen displays ####. A larger unit [Flow Time Units (2.13.4.4.) (Page 244)] should be used, or number of decimal points [Flowrate Decimal (2.13.4.6.) (Page 245)] should be reduced. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 246 Range extension (2.2.7.) (Page 172) • Head (3.2.8.13) (Page 258) • This feature can be used for most weirs and some flumes (e.g. Palmer-Bowlus) where the zero reference is at a higher elevation than the channel bottom. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 247 MIMPGAL/D (Million gallons/day – Imperial) GAL/MIN (Gallons/minute – U.S.) MUSGAL/D (Million gallons/day – U.S.) Alters Flow time units (2.13.4.4.) (Page 244) Altered by Primary measuring device (2.13.2.) (Page 240) Related Flowrate decimal (2.13.4.6.) (Page 245) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 248: Pmd Dimensions (2.13.5.)

    Discharge coefficient [OCM Dimension 6 (2.13.5.6.)], Read only. Cross sectional area [OCM Dimension 7 (2.13.5.7.)], Read only. Palmer-Bowlus Flume width [OCM Dimension 1 (2.13.5.1.)] H-Flume Flume height [OCM Dimension 1 (2.13.5.1.)] Altered by Primary Measuring Device (2.13.2.) (Page 240) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 249: Universal Head Vs Flow (2.13.6.)

    Range: -999 ... 9999 Related Flow 1 (2.13.6.1.2.) (Page 248) The values in the Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) for which flowrates are known. See Universal calculation support (Page 151) for how to specify universal flows. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 250 These are the flowrates for the related breakpoints. See Universal calculation support (Page 151) for how to specify universal flows. ① ④ Max. flow Zero head ② ⑤ Max. head Zero flow ③ ⑥ Head breakpoints Flow breakpoints HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 251 2.13.6.4.11. Head 30 2.13.6.3.12. Flow 22 2.13.6.4.12. Flow 30 2.13.6.3.13. Head 23 2.13.6.4.13. Head 31 2.13.6.3.14. Flow 23 2.13.6.4.14. Flow 31 2.13.6.3.15. Head 24 2.13.6.4.15. Head 32 2.13.6.3.16. Flow 24 2.13.6.4.16. Flow 32 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 252: Totalizers (2.14.)

    Index Single-point model Dual-point model Global Transducer Values Range: 0 ... 9999 Related Running totalizers low (2.14.3.) (Page 251) • Totalizer decimal position (2.14.4.) (Page 251) • Totalizer multiplier (2.14.5.) (Page 252) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 253: Running Totalizers Low (2.14.3.)

    In RUN mode, the number of decimal places displayed is not automatically adjusted. When the LCD Total value is so large as to exceed display capabilities, the total rolls over to 0 and continues incrementing. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 254: Totalizer Multiplier (2.14.5.)

    Sets the text that can be used in any way. Limited to 32 ASCII characters. No specific recommended use. 8.7.1.3 Message (3.1.3.) Sets the text that can be used in any way. Limited to 32 ASCII characters. No specific recommended use. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 255: Order Number (3.1.4.)

    Date last configured (3.1.10.) Shows the date when the device was last configured by SIMATIC PDM. Read only. 8.7.2 Diagnostics (3.2.) 8.7.2.1 Transducer selector (3.2.1.) Sets the transducer index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 256: Echo Profile (3.2.2.)

    When the display returns to the Diagnostics menu, the Master Reset is complete. CAUTION Master Reset Be careful when using this feature. All data for all points will be reset. For convenience, be sure to record the values you want to re-enter. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 257: Power-On Resets (3.2.4.)

    Helpful in testing new installations and diagnosing control problems. 8.7.2.8 Measurement values (3.2.8.) Level selector (3.2.8.1.) Sets the Level Point index for all parameters applicable to this sub-menu. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 258 Range: 0.000 ... 9999% (Displays as % of Empty; Read only) Related Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) • Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170) • Use Distance (3.2.8.12.) (Page 258) unless the distance information is required in percent. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 259 Shows the highest reading calculated (in normal Reading units). Index Level Values Range: -999 ... 9999 (read only) Related Reading minimum (3.2.8.9.) (Page 258) • To reset the values once the installation is working correctly, enter the value 0.0. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 260 (2.1.1.) (Page 162). Index Single-point model Dual-point model Global Transducer Values Range: 0.000 ... 9999 (Read only) Related Units (2.1.1.) (Page 162) • Span (2.2.2.) (Page 169) • Zero head (2.13.4.5.) (Page 244) • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 261 Displays the temperature in °C (as monitored by the connected transducer). Index Transducer Related Range: -50 ... 150 TS-3 temperature (3.2.8.18.) Displays the temperature in °C (as monitored by the TS-3 temperature sensor). Index Transducer Related Range: -50 ... 150 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 262: Pump Records (3.2.9.)

    Shows or resets the accumulated number of times the selected relay has been held ON via Run-ON Interval (2.8.2.7.1.) (Page 205). Index Relay Values Range: 0 ... 9999 Related Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 263: Temperature Peak Values (3.2.10)

    Range: - 50 ... 150 °C (Read only) Preset: - 50 °C Related TS-3 temperature minimum (3.2.10.5.) (Page 262) To reset the log after a short circuit on the transducer wiring, enter the value -50. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 264: Echo Quality (3.2.11.)

    Range: 0 ... 99 Related Long echo threshold (2.11.2.3.) (Page 223) • TVT type (2.11.3.6.) (Page 230) • Use this feature to monitor the effect of transducer aiming, location, and mechanical transducer/mounting isolation. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 265: Smartlinx Diagnostics (3.2.12.)

    Echo time filtered (3.2.11.7.) (Page 263) 8.7.2.12 SmartLinx diagnostics (3.2.12.) Note These parameters are used to test and debug the SmartLinx card (if installed). Disregard these parameters if you do not have a SmartLinx card installed. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 266 Shows the count that increments by 1 each time Fail is reported in Hardware Status (3.2.12.1.) (Page 264). Index Global Values Range: 0 ... 9999 Error count; provide this number to your Siemens representative for troubleshooting. Related Hardware Status (3.2.12.1.) (Page 264) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 267 SmartLinx protocol (3.2.12.5.) Identifies the protocol when SmartLinx is used. If you are not using SmartLinx, this parameter is not functional. Please see the associated SmartLinx instruction manual for a full description of this parameter. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 268: Simulation (3.3.)

    Shows the current value of the discrete input after any scaling is applied. Read only. Index Discrete Input Modes Active Inactive Readings are updated continuously even in PROGRAM mode. The value signals a level override event. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 269: Communication (4.)

    Options Range: 0 ... 9999 For devices connected with the Siemens protocol, this parameter is ignored. For devices connected with a serial Modbus slave protocol, this parameter is a number from 1-247. The network administrator must ensure that all devices on the network have unique addresses.
  • Page 270: Communications Timeout (4.3.)

    This specifies the rate of communication in kbaud. Any value may be entered but only the values shown above are supported. The baud rate should reflect the speed of the connected hardware and protocol used. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 271: Parity (4.6.)

    Sets the number of bits between the data bits. Index Communications Port Values Range: 1 ... 2 Preset: 1 8.8.9 Modem available (4.9.) Sets the device to use an external modem. Index Communications Port Options *No modem connected Answer only HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 272: Modem Inactivity Timeout (4.10.)

    Relay Function (2.8.1.4.) and the value is stored in R44,111. If the Modbus protocol (4.4. Protocol = [Modbus ASCII slave serial] or [Modbus RTU slave serial]) is not used, this parameter is ignored. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 273: Smartlinx Reserved Parameters (4.12.1. To 4.12.5.)

    User PIN value. If the PIN does not match, the screen displays '*****' • If '*****' is displayed, the device parameters cannot be changed and shows the lock icon, except for Write Protection (5.1.) (Page 271) • User PIN cannot be changed via communications. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 274: Protocol Selector (5.3.)

    (Index 1 controls the Modbus Master (RS-485 or RS-232); Index 2 controls the Fieldbus Master (PROFIBUS DP, DeviceNet, or Allen Bradley Remote I/ O) Values Read only *Read/write Restricted access (Read only, except for Communications Control (5.4.), which is Read/Write.) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 275: Language (6.)

    Parameter reference 8.10 Language (6.) 8.10 Language (6.) *ENGLISH DEUTSCH FRANCAIS Options ESPANOL ITALIANO PORTUGUÊS русский HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 276 Parameter reference 8.10 Language (6.) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 277: Service And Maintenance

    The device requires no maintenance or cleaning under normal operating conditions. Firmware updates To update the device firmware, please contact your Siemens representative to obtain the installer (self-executable .exe file). For a complete list of representatives, go to www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation (www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation) Two installers are available: one to update the firmware in the Human Machine Interface (HMI) node, and one for the sensor node.
  • Page 278: Basic Safety Notes

    • If contact with the corrosive substances occurs, rinse the affected skin immediately with large amount of water to dilute substance. WARNING Impermissible repair and maintenance of the device • Repair and maintenance must be carried out by Siemens authorized personnel only. NOTICE Penetration of moisture into the device Device damage.
  • Page 279 Temperatures that can burn unprotected skin may be present for some time after the device has been switched off. • Observe the waiting time specified in Technical data (Page 295) or on the device before starting with maintenance work. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 280: Cleaning

    Risk of explosion in areas subject to explosion hazard. • Only use original accessories or original spare parts. • Observe all relevant installation and safety instructions described in the instructions for the device or enclosed with the accessory or spare part. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 281: Return Procedure

    – 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 282: Disposal

    Devices can be returned to the supplier within the EC, or to a locally ap- proved disposal service for eco-friendly recycling. Observe the specific regulations valid in your country. Further information about devices containing batteries can be found at: Information about battery / product return (WEEE) (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/document/109479891/) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 283: Diagnosing And Troubleshooting

    Note • Many of the parameters referenced and techniques described here require a good understanding of ultrasonic technologies and Siemens echo processing software. Use this information with caution. • If the setup becomes too confusing, do a Master reset (3.2.3.) (Page 254) and start again.
  • Page 284: General Fault Codes

    Point 1 Temp. Error Temp sensor assigned to Point 1 reversed, shorted cable, temp sensor failed. Point 2 Temp. Error Temp sensor assigned to Point 2 reversed, shorted cable, temp sensor failed. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 285: Common Problems Chart

    Verify operation; Replace if required, or use fixed temperature. See Temperature source (2.11.1.4.) (Page 219). Vapours If fluctuation is unacceptable, consider an alterna- tive technology. Contact your Siemens representa- tive. Reading is fixed, but Incorrect speed of re- Verify response speed setting is adequate for pro-...
  • Page 286 Verify transducer is not too tight; Use an isolation rectly mounted coupling. Incorrect transducer Use correct transducer. Contact your Siemens used for the application representative. Unavoidable false ech- Relocate transducer to ensure beam has a clear oes from obstructions path to material surface;...
  • Page 287 Open circuited transducer Repair or replace as necessary. cable, or defective trans- ducer at indicated terminal block number. Displays LOE. Weak or non-existent Relocate and/or re-aim transducer at material. echo. Proceed toMeasurement difficulties (Page 289). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 288: Noise Problems

    (e.g. 8 m application using an 8 m XRS-5). Using a larger transducer with greater transmitted energy should help to improve performance in a noise condition. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 289: Determining The Noise Source

    Filtering cables is an option but is not recommended unless all other options have been exhausted. The device is designed to work near heavy industrial equipment such as variable speed drives. Even so, it should not be located near high voltage wires or switch gear. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 290: Avoiding Common Wiring Problems

    ● Connections between the wire supplied with the transducer, and any customer installed extension wire should only be grounded at the device. ● On Siemens transducers the white wire is negative and the black wire is positive. If the extension wire is colored differently, make sure that it is wired consistently.
  • Page 291: Measurement Difficulties

    Increase fail-safe timer value Increase the LOE Timer (2.4.2.) (Page 177) value if fail-safe operation will not be compromised by doing so. Try this only if LOE exists for short periods of time. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 292: Install A Transducer With A Narrower Beam

    If this occurs, try installing a longer range (narrower beam) transducer, enter the new transducer model, and (if necessary) optimize aiming and frequency again. Always contact Siemens service personnel before selecting a transducer to solve this type of problem.
  • Page 293: Set The Device To Ignore The Bad Echo

    Liquid splashing If the material monitored is a liquid, check for splashing in the vessel. Enter a lower response rate value to stabilize the reading, or install a stilling well. Contact your Siemens representative for assistance. Adjust the echo algorithm Use SIMATIC PDM to view echo profiles and make adjustments to the Algorithm parameter.
  • Page 294: Transducer Ringing

    If multiple echoes appear on the echo profile, typical of a flat material profile (especially if the vessel top is domed), use the “TF ” (True First) algorithm. Should a stable measurement still not be attainable, contact Siemens representative. 10.11...
  • Page 295: Unit Repair And Excluded Liability

    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. ● Restrict repair to faulty components only. ● Do not re-use faulty components.
  • Page 296 Diagnosing and troubleshooting 10.12 Unit repair and excluded liability HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 297: 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. Note The device is to be used only in the manner outlined in this instruction manual or protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
  • Page 298: Operating Conditions

    Measurement performance under reference operating conditions and configuration. Program range is defined as the empty distance from the face of the transducer [Empty (2.2.4.) (Page 170)] plus any range extension [Range Extension (2.2.7.) (Page 172)]. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 299: Programming

    All relays are certified only for use with equipment that fails in a state at or under the rated maximums of the relays. Device will output a high current reading upon applying and removing power. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 300: Inputs

    Discrete (2) 10 ... 50 V DC switching level • Logical 0 = < 0.5 V DC • Logical 1 = 10 ... 50 V DC • 3 mA maximum draw • HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 301: Construction

    Wall mount: 1.22 kg (2.68 lb) • Panel mount: 1.35 kg (2.97 lb) • For watertight applications, use only approved, suitable-sized hubs in the enclosure’s conduit holes. Belden is a registered trademark of Belden Wire & Cable Company. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 302: Approvals

    CSA Class I, Div. 2, Canada Groups A, B, C, D; Class II, Div 2, Groups F, G; Class III 11.9 Transducers Compatible transducers EchoMax series and ST-H series Transducer frequency 44 kHz HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 303: Technical Reference

    ● Number of long shots (2.1.12.) (Page 167) ● Shot/pulse mode (2.1.17.) (Page 168) ● Short shot bias (2.11.2.10.) (Page 225) ● Short shot floor (2.11.2.11.) (Page 226) ● Short shot range (2.11.2.12.) (Page 226) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 304: Echo Processing

    A TVT curve describes a threshold below which any echoes will be ignored. The default TVT curve is used, until Auto false echo suppression (2.11.3.2.) (Page 227) and Auto false echo suppression range (2.11.3.3.) (Page 228) are used to create a new ’learned TVT curve’. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 305: Auto False Echo Suppression

    Display before Auto False Echo Suppression ① Default TVT ② Material echo ③ Hover Level ④ False echo Display after Auto False Echo Suppression ① TVT curve (learned) ② Material level ③ False echo HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 306: Algorithm

    Use in mid to long range solids applica- and First highest confidence value tions where the material return echo is based on the three criterion wide and large, and where competing (widest, highest, and first). smaller echoes challenge BLF. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 307: Distance Calculation

    Flowrate decimal (2.13.4.6.) (Page 245) Flowrate units (2.13.4.7.) (Page 245) Head 1 (2.13.6.1.1.) (Page 247) Flow 1 (2.13.6.1.2.) (Page 248) Totalizer Inflow/discharge adjust (2.7.7.) (Page 189) Totalizer decimal position (2.14.4.) (Page 251) Totalizer multiplier (2.14.5.) (Page 252) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 308: Sound Velocity

    20°C (68°F). Unless altered, the sound velocity used for the distance calculation is 344.1 m/s (1129 ft/s). Variable air temperature is automatically compensated when a Siemens ultrasonic/ temperature transducer is used. If the transducer is exposed to direct sunlight, use a sunshield or a separate TS-3 temperature sensor.
  • Page 309: Scanning

    Enter a Level Breakpoint at each point where the level/volume curve bends sharply (minimum of two). For combination curves (mostly linear but include one or more arcs), enter numerous breakpoints along the arc, for best volume calculation accuracy. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 310: Flow Calculation

    PMD is not used, select a Universal Volume calculation. Use the head/ flow graph or chart provided by the PMD fabricator (or create one based on the PMD or channel dimensions). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 311 This calculation creates a cubic spline approximation of the head/flow curve, providing best results if the curve is non-linear and there are no sharp angles. Select at least enough breakpoints from the curve to satisfy the following: HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 312 For combination curves, enter at least two breakpoints immediately before and after any sharp angle (as well as one breakpoint exactly at the angle) on the curve. For more information, refer to Typical flow characterization (Page 151). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 313: Response Rate

    The mA output (current output) is proportional to material level in the range 4 to 20 mA. 0% and 100% are percentages of the full-scale reading (m, cm, mm, ft, in). Typically, mA output is set so that 4 mA equals 0% and 20 mA equals 100%. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 314: Current Output Function

    [The Primary reading on the HMI display will show dashes (– – – – – – –) when a fault that causes fail-safe is present, and will return to the current reading when the fault is cleared.] HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 315: Pump Control Reference

    Pump control algorithms Fixed Starts pumps based on individual setpoints and always starts the same pumps in the same sequence. Alternate Starts pumps based on the duty schedule and always leads with a new pump. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 316: Fixed Duty Assist

    The relay contact closes at the ON setpoint and opens at the OFF setpoint. When a new relay trips the previously closed relay contact opens to shut down the running pump. Only one relay contact in the pump group can be closed at any one time. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 317 Pump control reference B.6 Fixed Duty Backup Relay table The following table shows relay status when each setpoint is reached. Relays Index ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 318: Alternate Duty Assist

    When pumps are run, they RUN in parallel. Relay table Cycle 1 Relays ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 Cycle 2 Relays ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 Cycle 3 Relays ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 319: Alternate Duty Backup

    Cycle 1 Index Relays ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 Cycle 2 Index Relays ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 Cycle 3 Index Relays ON 3 ON 2 Setpoints ON 1 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 320: Service Ratio Duty Assist

    OFF setpoints to shut the pumps down. When the first OFF setpoint is reached, the FIFO rule shuts down the first pump started. For example: pumps started in sequence 2, 3, 1 would be shut down in sequence 2, 3, 1. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 321: Pump By Rate

    Flush pump (2.10.3.2.) (Page 216), Flush cycles (2.10.3.3.) (Page 217), Flush interval (2.10.3.4.) (Page 217), Flush duration (2.10.3.5.) (Page 217) Operates a flush valve or special flush device based on the number of pump starts, usually to aerate wet well wastewater. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 322 Pump control reference B.13 Other pump controls HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 323: Communications

    The device uses Modbus to communicate via the RS-485 port. Optional SmartLinx cards The standard unit may also be enhanced with Siemens SmartLinx communication modules that provide an interface to popular industrial communication systems. This manual only describes the built-in communications. Please consult the appropriate SmartLinx manual for other information.
  • Page 324: Communication Systems

    The RS-485 port on the terminal blocks connects into industrial communications wiring and has the following advantages: ● Runs communications cable farther ● Allows multiple slave units on the network, addressed by parameter Device Address (4.2.) (Page 267). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 325: Modbus

    No modem connected Parameter Index Location (4.11.) (Page 268) Global SmartLinx Other protocols are available through optional SmartLinx communications modules. Details on how to install and program these modules are contained in the SmartLinx documentation. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 326: Communications Installation

    Connections for the RS-485 port are on the terminal block. Ports 1 and 2: RS-232 RJ-11 jack and RS-485 locations The RJ-11 jack and the RS-485 port are inside the enclosure of the unit. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 327 Communications C.8 Communications installation ① RJ-11 jack ② RS-485 port Port 1: RS-232 RJ-11 jack To connect the unit to a PC or modem using an RS-232 jack, use the cable as shown: HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 328: Configuring Communications Ports (Parameters)

    Serial Baud Rate (4.5.) (Page 268) Parity (4.6.) (Page 269) Data Bits (4.7.) (Page 269) Stop Bits (4.8.) (Page 269) Modem Available (4.9.) (Page 269) Modem Inactivity Timeout (4.10.) (Page 270) Parameter Index Location (4.11.) (Page 270) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 329: Simatic Process Device Manager (Pdm)

    PDM. You can locate the Device Description in Device Catalog, under Sensors/Level/ Echo/Siemens Milltronics. If you do not see the device description for this device under Siemens Milltronics, you can download it from our website: www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation (www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation). Go to the device product page and click Downloads.
  • Page 330: Modbus Register Map

    Readings 1 and 2 are always available. Point 3 is only available if 2.1.3. Sensor Mode (Page 163) [3] = Dual-Point Average or Dual-Point Difference. 2nd volume available in dual-point mode only. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 331: Word Order (R40,062)

    See Unsigned double precision integer (UINT32) (Page 340) for more information. C.12 Map ID (R40,063) This value identifies the register map used by the device. See Parameter Index Location (4.11.) (Page 270) and Parameter access (R43,998-R46,999) (Page 333) for details. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 332: Product Id (R40,064)

    C.13 Product ID (R40,064) C.13 Product ID (R40,064) Product ID identifies the Siemens device type. The product ID for this device is 32. C.14 Point data (R41,010 – R41,031) Level Point data contain the current instrument readings. These are the values shown for the reading measurement for each Level Point.
  • Page 333: Input/Output (R41,070 - R41,143)

    Input Value (2.6.5.) (Page 185) displays the value of the input. It is indexed by the input number. C.20 mA outputs (R41,110-41,111) The mA output is scaled from 0 to 2 000 (0 to 20 mA multiplied by 100). This is displayed in Milliamp Output (2.5.9.) (Page 182). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 334: Pump Control (R41,400-R41,474)

    The number of running hours for the referenced pump relay. The hours are given to three decimal places, so the integer must be divided by 1 000 to get the correct value. For example, 12,340 represents 12.34 hours. This value comes from parameter Pump hours (3.2.9.2.) (Page 260) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 335: Pump Starts (R41,470-R41,475)

    • See Data types (Page 339) for a description of the types associated with different parameters. Each parameter register has a corresponding format register that holds the format information required to interpret the value. See Format words (Page 337). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 336: Parameter Indexing

    To read parameter values, follow the steps listed in either the Global or the Parameter specific index methods that follow. You must be able to program your HMI or SCADA system before completing these methods. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 337: Global Index Method

    ● Text messages (Page 342) ● Relay function codes (2.8.1.4. Relay function only) (Page 343) A value of 22,222 indicates that an error has occurred. Specify a different format type and try again. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 338: Parameter-Specific Index Method

    1. Write the primary index value into R43,999. 2. Write the secondary index value into R43,998. 3. Write the desired format value into the appropriate format register. 4. Write the value to the appropriate parameter register. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 339: Parameter-Specific Index Method

    Only the final digit of the format word determines the decimal offset (below). C.31.2 Parameter-specific index method Set Parameter Index Location (4.11.) (Page 270) = parameter-specific All three decimal fields are used to determine the parameter value’s primary index, secondary index, and decimal offset. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 340: Format Registers

    3 right 02038 3 left 05159 Percent To write these values you can use a decimal offset as follows: format word = (primary index x 1 000) + (secondary index x 10) + (decimal). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 341: Data Types

    Bits are packed into registers in groups of 16 bits (1 word). In this manual, the bits are numbered from 1 to 16, with bit 1 as the least significant bit (LSB) and bit 16 as the most significant bit (MSB). HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 342: Unsigned Double Precision Integer (Uint32)

    The most significant word (MSW) and least significant word (LSW) can be reversed to accommodate some Modbus drivers. See Word order (R40,062) (Page 329) for details. The position of the decimal place is dependent on the register. For more details, see the description of the register. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 343: Split Values

    = value x 256 yy = value – 128 It may simplify parameter to notice: xx = (most significant byte of value) – 128 yy = (least significant byte of value) – 128 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 344: Text Messages

    ERR1 30006 OPEN 30007 SHORT 30008 PASS 30009 FAIL 30010 HOLD 30011 30012 30013 30014 30015 Parameter has not been set. -32768 Value is less than –20,000 32767 Value is greater than 20,000 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 345: Relay Function Codes (2.8.1.4. Relay Function Only)

    Service Ratio Duty Backup (Page 195) First In First Out (FIFO) First In First Out (Page 195) Flush Value Flush Valve (Page 195) Control Communication Communication (Page 195) See Relay function (2.8.1.4.) (Page 195) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 346: Error Handling

    The data address received in the query is not an allowable address for the slave. Illegal Data Value A value contained in the query data field is not an allowable value for the slave. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 347: Error Handling

    02 or 03 is generated, depending if the start address is valid. ● If the host used an unsupported function code, an exception code of 01 should be generated. However, this is not guaranteed and there may be no response. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 348: Communication Troubleshooting

    – Verify the wiring diagram. Note that there is a difference between wiring directly to a computer and wiring to a modem. – Verify that the modem is set up correctly. Siemens has a series of application guides that may help. Please contact your local Siemens representative for more information on application guides.
  • Page 349: Single Parameter Access (Spa)

    40,090 to 40,093. 2. Wait until you can read the written values from the registers (40,090 to 40,093) to confirm that the operation is complete. 3. Read the value from registers 40,094 and 40,095. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 350: Writing Parameters

    If the numeric data type is set for integer and the value contains decimal places, they are ignored. In this situation, use the decimal offset to ensure that you have an integer value and then write your code to recognize and handle the decimal offset. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 351: Error Codes

    The error codes returned in the format area are 8-bit integers found in the lowest eight bits of the format word. This allows for 256 potential error codes. Currently, the device has two error codes available. Values Description No error Data not available as percent (available as units). 2-255 Reserved HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 352 Communications C.41 Single parameter access (SPA) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 353: Updating Software

    Updating software Please contact your Siemens representative to obtain the software update for the device. A complete list of representatives is available here: www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation (www.siemens.com/processinstrumentation), and choose Service on the right side. Note 1. All parameter values will be lost during software update. Record your current parameters manually or using SIMATIC PDM before updating.
  • Page 354 Updating software HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 355: Upgrading

    2. Disconnect and label all cables from the terminal blocks. 3. Remove the enclosure from the wall and pull all cables through the conduit entries. 4. Install the new device on the same mounting holes used by the old Siemens level controller.
  • Page 356: Co-Axial Transducer Extension

    Connecting a transducer with RG62 co-axial extension cable If you are replacing an older Siemens Milltronics Ultrasonic Level Controller with a new device where an RG62 co-axial extension is fitted, and you are unable to replace the extension with a new cable, please refer to the connection diagram below.
  • Page 357: Device Installation (For Retrofitting Older Installations)

    Connect with a 0.1 μF (100 V or greater) capacitor (included with the device) between the shield and negative terminals. Connect the center core of the co-axial to the positive terminal, and the screen to the negative terminal. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 358 Upgrading E.5 Device installation (for retrofitting older installations) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 359: Conduit Entry For Class I, Div 2 Applications

    Conduit entry for Class I, Div 2 applications HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 360 Conduit entry for Class I, Div 2 applications HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 361 Conduit entry for Class I, Div 2 applications HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 363: Programming Chart

    Discrete Input Number (2.9.1.2.) (Page 208) Level Override Value (2.9.1.3.) (Page 208) Override Time Delay (2.9.1.4.) (Page 209) Fail-safe LOE Timer (2.4.2.) (Page 177) Material Level (2.4.5.) (Page 178) Fail-safe Advance (2.4.6.) (Page 179) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 364 Flush Cycles (2.10.3.3.) (Page 217) Flush Interval (2.10.3.4.) (Page 217) Flush Duration (2.10.3.5.) (Page 217) mA Output mA Output Range (2.5.2.) (Page 180) Current Output Function (2.5.3.) (Page 181) mA Output Allocation (2.5.4.) (Page 181) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 365 Discrete Input 2 Scaled State (3.3.1.4.) (Page 267) Record Temperatures Transducer Temperature Maximum (3.2.10.2.) (Page 261) Transducer Temperature Minimum (3.2.10.3.) (Page 261) TS-3 Temperature Maximum (3.2.10.3.) (Page 261) TS-3 Temperature Minimum (3.2.10.5.) (Page 262) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 366 (Page 244) Flowrate Decimal (2.13.4.6.) (Page 245) Flowrate Units (2.13.4.7.) (Page 245) Head 1 (2.13.6.1.1.) (Page 247) Flow 1 (2.13.6.1.2.) (Page 248) Low Flow Cutoff (2.13.4.8.) (Page 246) Auto Zero Head (2.13.3.) (Page 240) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 367 Sound Velocity (2.11.1.2.) (Page 218) Sound Velocity at 20°C (2.11.1.7.) (Page 220) Temperature Compensation Temperature Source (2.11.1.4.) (Page 219) Fixed Temperature (2.11.1.6.) (Page 220) Temperature Transducer Allocation (2.11.1.5.) (Page 219) Process Temperature (2.11.1.3.) (Page 218) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 368 Shot Delay (2.1.16.) (Page 168) Scan Time (2.1.15.) (Page 168) Display Default Auxiliary Reading (2.12.7.) (Page 239) Display Delay (2.12.8.) (Page 239) Local Display Backlight (2.12.1.) (Page 236) Communications Timeout (4.3.) (Page 268) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 369 Blanking (2.2.6.) (Page 171) Range Extension (2.2.7.) (Page 172) Submergence Detection (2.11.2.8.) (Page 224) Shot/pulse Mode (2.1.17.) (Page 168) Long Echo Threshold (2.11.2.3.) (Page 223) Long Confidence (3.2.11.2.) (Page 262) Echo Strength (3.2.11.4.) (Page 263) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 370 TVT dB (2.11.3.7.) (Page 230) TVT ms (2.11.3.8.) (Page 231) TVT Slope Minimum (2.11.3.9.) (Page 231) Auto False Echo Suppression (2.11.3.2.) (Page 227) Auto Suppression Range (2.11.3.3.) (Page 228) Hover Level (2.11.3.4.) (Page 229) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 371 Reading (3.2.8.2.) (Page 256) Level (3.2.8.3.) (Page 256) Space (3.2.8.11.) (Page 258) Distance (3.2.8.12.) (Page 258) Distance (%) (3.2.8.4.) (Page 256) Head (3.2.8.13.) (Page 258) Flow (3.2.8.14.) (Page 259) Master Reset (3.2.3.) (Page 254) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 372 Programming chart G.1 Programming chart HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 373: Lcd Menu Structure

    TEMPERATURE SOURCE (Page 63) FIXED TEMPERATURE (Page 68) UNITS (Page 64) EMPTY (Page 64) SPAN (Page 64) RESPONSE RATE (Page 65) CONFIGURE ANOTHER MEASUREMENT POINT (Page 65) END OF QS LEVEL WIZARD (Page 65) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 374 ZERO HEAD (Page 79) MAXIMUM FLOW (Page 80) FLOWRATE DECIMAL (Page 80) FLOW TIME UNITS (Page 81) LOW FLOW CUTOFF (Page 81) CONFIGURE ANOTHER MEASUREMENT POINT (Page 82) END OF QS FLOW WIZARD (Page 82) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 375 2.2. CALIBRATION (Page 169) 2.2.1. LEVEL SELECTOR (Page 169) 2.2.2. SPAN (Page 169) 2.2.3. TRANSDUCER SELECTOR (Page 169) 2.2.4. EMPTY (Page 170) 2.2.5. SENSOR OFFSET (Page 171) 2.2.6. BLANKING (Page 171) 2.2.7. RANGE EXTENSION (Page 172) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 376 2.6.2. 0/4 MA LEVEL VALUE (Page 184) 2.6.3. 20 MA LEVEL VALUE (Page 184) 2.6.4. MA DAMP FILTER (Page 185) 2.6.5. SCALED MA INPUT VALUE (Page 185) 2.6.6. RAW MA INPUT VALUE (Page 185) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 377 2.7.8.10. VOLUME 5 (Page 190) 2.7.8.11. LEVEL 6 (Page 190) 2.7.8.12. VOLUME 6 (Page 190) 2.7.8.13. LEVEL 7 (Page 190) 2.7.8.14. VOLUME 7 (Page 190) 2.7.8.15. LEVEL 8 (Page 190) 2.7.8.16. VOLUME 8 (Page 190) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 378 2.7.10.10. VOLUME 21 (Page 192) 2.7.10.11. LEVEL 22 (Page 192) 2.7.10.12. VOLUME 22 (Page 192) 2.7.10.13. LEVEL 23 (Page 192) 2.7.10.14. VOLUME 23 (Page 192) 2.7.10.15. LEVEL 24 (Page 192) 2.7.10.16. VOLUME 24 (Page 192) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 379 2.8.1.6. OFF SETPOINT (Page 197) 2.8.1.7. LEVEL SELECTOR (Page 197) 2.8.1.8. PUMP BY RATE (Page 198) 2.8.1.9. FILLING INDICATOR (Page 198) 2.8.1.10. EMPTYING INDICATOR (Page 199) 2.8.1.11. RELAY LOGIC (Page 199) 2.8.1.12. SERVICE RATIO (Page 200) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 380 2.10.2. EXTERNAL SAMPLER (Page 212) 2.10.2.1. TRANSDUCER SELECTOR (Page 212) 2.10.2.2. MANTISSA (Page 213) 2.10.2.3. EXPONENT (Page 214) 2.10.2.4. RELAY DURATION (Page 215) 2.10.2.5. RELAY SELECTOR (Page 215) 2.10.2.6. RELAY INTERVAL SETPOINT (Page 215) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 381 2.11.3.3. AUTO SUPPRESSION RANGE (Page 228) 2.11.3.4. HOVER LEVEL (Page 229) 2.11.3.5. SHAPER MODE (Page 229) 2.11.3.6. TVT TYPE (Page 230) 2.11.3.7. TVT DB (Page 230) 2.11.3.8. TVT MS (Page 231) 2.11.3.9. TVT SLOPE MINIMUM (Page 231) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 382 2.11.4.3.5. TVT BRKPT. 25 (Page 231) 2.11.4.3.6. TVT BRKPT. 26 (Page 231) 2.11.4.3.7. TVT BRKPT. 27 (Page 231) 2.11.4.3.8. TVT BRKPT. 28 (Page 231) 2.11.4.3.9. TVT BRKPT. 29 (Page 231) 2.11.4.3.10. TVT BRKPT. 30 (Page 231) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 383 2.13.4.2. MAXIMUM HEAD (Page 243) 2.13.4.3. MAXIMUM FLOW (Page 243) 2.13.4.4. FLOW TIME UNITS (Page 244) 2.13.4.5. ZERO HEAD (Page 244) 2.13.4.6. FLOWRATE DECIMAL (Page 245) 2.13.4.7. FLOWRATE UNITS (Page 245) 2.13.4.8. LOW FLOW CUTOFF (Page 246) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 384 2.13.6.1.10. FLOW 5 (Page 247) 2.13.6.1.11. HEAD 6 (Page 247) 2.13.6.1.12. FLOW 6 (Page 247) 2.13.6.1.13. HEAD 7 (Page 247) 2.13.6.1.14. FLOW 7 (Page 247) 2.13.6.1.15. HEAD 8 (Page 247) 2.13.6.1.16. FLOW 8 (Page 247) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 385 2.13.6.4.10. FLOW 29 (Page 247) 2.13.6.4.11. HEAD 30 (Page 247) 2.13.6.4.12. FLOW 30 (Page 247) 2.13.6.4.13. HEAD 31 (Page 247) 2.13.6.4.14. FLOW 31 (Page 247) 2.13.6.4.15. HEAD 32 (Page 247) 2.13.6.4.16. FLOW 32 (Page 247) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 386 3.1.4. ORDER NUMBER (Page 253) 3.1.5. SERIAL NUMBER (Page 253) 3.1.6. HARDWARE REVISION (Page 253) 3.1.7. FIRMWARE REVISION (Page 253) 3.1.8. LOADER REVISION (Page 253) 3.1.9. MANUFACTURE DATE (Page 253) 3.1.10. DATE LAST CONFIGURED (Page 253) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 387 3.2.10. TEMPERATURE PEAK VALUES (Page 261) 3.2.10.1. TRANSDUCER SELECTOR (Page 261) 3.2.10.2. TRANSDUCER TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM (Page 261) 3.2.10.3. TRANSDUCER TEMPERATURE MINIMUM (Page 261) 3.2.10.4. TS-3 TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM (Page 261) 3.2.10.5. TS-3 TEMPERATURE MINIMUM (Page 262) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 388 4.7. DATA BITS (Page 269) 4.8. STOP BITS (Page 269) 4.9. MODEM AVAILABLE (Page 269) 4.10. MODEM INACTIVITY TIMEOUT (Page 270) 4.11. PARAMETER INDEX LOCATION (Page 270) 4.12. SMARTLINX RESERVED PARAMETERS (4.12.1. TO 4.12.5.) (Page 271) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 389 LCD menu structure H.1 LCD Menu Structure 5. SECURITY (Page 271) 5.1. WRITE PROTECTION (Page 271) 5.2. USER PIN (Page 271) 5.3. PROTOCOL SELECTOR (Page 272) 5.4. COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL (Page 272) 6. LANGUAGE (Page 273) HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 390 LCD menu structure H.1 LCD Menu Structure HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 391: 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) To find the personal contact for your product, go to "All Products and Branches" and select "Products &...
  • Page 392: Certificates

    Certificates and support I.3 Certificates Certificates You can find certificates on the Internet at Siemens Industry Online Support (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/?lc=en-WW) or on an included DVD. HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 393: Index

    Alternate duty backup. See also Pumps, Relays, 317 parameters, communications port selector, 267 Altitude, 296 parameters, serial baud rate, 268 Applications ports, 322 examples, 87 ports, configuring, 326 flow, Parshall. See also flumes., 89 SCADA, 321 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 394 LCD display, 53 Enclosure. See also dimensions, mounting, 299 LCD display, inactive and active, 51 Error handling, 345 logic, 107 error codes, 349 parameter, 207, 266 wiring, 107 Display. See also LCD, 299 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 395 Humidity, 296 parameters, mantissa, 213 parameters, maximum flow, 243 parameters, relay function, 195 point data, 330 Inputs quick start, 74 technical data, 298 Flow samplers, 89, 134, 136 parameters, exponent, 214 parameters, mantissa, 213 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 396 348 inputs, transducer parameter option, 164 Modes of operation, 50 outputs, 108, 154 PROGRAM, 50 outputs, analog, 311 PROGRAM, edit mode key functions, 59 outputs, index types, 161 PROGRAM, editing, 57 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 397 See also modes of operation., 55 OFF setpoints. See also relays., 85 Pump groups. See also pumps., 313 Operating Instructions, 389 Pump run-ON. See also pumps, 319 Outputs Pumps, 97, 313 technical data, 297 control algorithms, alternate, 314 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 398 88 setpoints, 124 local commissioning, 49 other pump control algorithms, fixed duty parameters, 162 assist, 121 primary reading, 53 other pump control algorithms, fixed duty assist, pump control, 83 OFF setpoints, 122 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 399 DeviceNet, 24, 322 mounting. See also mounting., 29 communications, modules, 323 reading parameters, 334, 334 communications, PROFIBUS, 24, 322 Scope of delivery, 15 diagnostics, 263 Screen control. See also rake control., 131 module type, 265 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 400 252 outputs, 297 relay function code, 343 pollution degree, 296 Transducer power, 295 aiming, 289 programming, 297 nozzle mountings, 290 range, 296 wrong reading, 291 relative humidity, 296 resolution, 296 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 401 229 TVT dB, 230 TVT ms, 231 TVT shaper, 231 Universal calculation support, 151 Unsigned double precision integer. See also data types., 340 Upgrading to a new Siemens level controller, 353 Velocity, 306 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 402 326 I/0 checkout test, 153 insulation, 28 relay logic, 199 relay logic, test, 255 relay wiring test, 98 RS-485, 322 safety during calibration, 97 transducers, 42, 261 wiring to a modem, 346 HydroRanger 200 HMI Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E36281317-AC...
  • Page 404 For more information Level measurement: www.siemens.com/level Weighing and batching systems: www.siemens.com/weighing Siemens AG Process Industries and Drives Process Automation 76181 Karlsruhe Germany © Siemens AG 2018 Subject to change without prior notice Printed in Canada A5E36281317-AC...