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FLOBOSS™ S600 Flow Manager Instruction Manual

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Revision Tracking Sheet September 2004 This manual is revised periodically to incorporate new or updated information. The date revision level of each page is indicated at the bottom of the page opposite the page number. A major change in the content of the manual also changes the date of the manual, which appears on the front cover. Listed below is the date revision level of each page. Page

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FloBoss and ROCLINK are marks of one of the Emerson Process Management companies. The Emerson logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Co. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. Š Fisher Controls International, LLC. 2001-2004. All rights reserved. While this information is presented in good faith and believed to be accurate, Fisher Controls does not guarantee satisfactory results from reliance upon such information. Nothing contained herein is to be construed as a warranty or guarantee, express or implied, regarding the performance, merchantability, fitness or any other matter with respect to the products, nor as a recommendation to use any product or process in conflict with any patent. Fisher Controls reserves the right, without notice, to alter or improve the designs or specifications of the products described herein.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 – GENERAL INFORMATION.................................................................................... 1-1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

Scope of Manual........................................................................................................................ 1-1 FloBoss S600 Flow Computer................................................................................................... 1-2 Config 600 Software.................................................................................................................. 1-5 FloBoss S600 Specifications ..................................................................................................... 1-7

SECTION 2 – INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................... 2-1 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

Preparing for Installation........................................................................................................... 2-1 Environmental Considerations .................................................................................................. 2-2 Required Tools for Installation.................................................................................................. 2-2 Installing the FloBoss S600....................................................................................................... 2-3 Installation and Removal of the Boards .................................................................................... 2-7

SECTION 3 – CPU.............................................................................................................................. 3-1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6

P152 CPU Board ....................................................................................................................... 3-1 Power Supply............................................................................................................................. 3-2 Communication Ports ................................................................................................................ 3-4 CPU On-Board Connectors ....................................................................................................... 3-8 CPU Bit Links (Jumpers) .......................................................................................................... 3-8 Dual Ethernet LAN Port.......................................................................................................... 3-10

SECTION 4 – I/O ................................................................................................................................ 4-1 4.1 P144 I/O Board.......................................................................................................................... 4-1 4.2 P154 Prover Board .................................................................................................................. 4-17 4.3 P188 HART Board .................................................................................................................. 4-24 SECTION 5 – FRONT PANEL.......................................................................................................... 5-1 5.1 Description ................................................................................................................................ 5-1 5.2 Front Panel Port......................................................................................................................... 5-2 5.3 Keypad....................................................................................................................................... 5-2 5.4 Alarm LED and Alarm Keys..................................................................................................... 5-3 5.5 Display....................................................................................................................................... 5-4 5.6 Navigating the Display .............................................................................................................. 5-5 5.7 Entering Data............................................................................................................................. 5-6 5.8 Assigning a Default Page .......................................................................................................... 5-8 5.9 Assigning a Page to a Function Key.......................................................................................... 5-8 5.10 Using the Exponential Key........................................................................................................ 5-8 5.11 Using the Print Key ................................................................................................................... 5-9 SECTION 6 – WEB SERVER ACCESS........................................................................................... 6-1 6.1 How to Access the FloBoss S600.............................................................................................. 6-1 6.2 How to Navigate the Web Server Interface............................................................................... 6-2 SECTION 7 – STARTUP ................................................................................................................... 7-1 7.1 Starting the FloBoss S600 ......................................................................................................... 7-1 7.2 Warm Start................................................................................................................................. 7-1 Rev Sep/04

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 7.3 Cold Start ...................................................................................................................................7-1 7.4 Startup Menu..............................................................................................................................7-3 7.5 Network Setup ...........................................................................................................................7-3 SECTION 8 – TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................8-1 8.1 Troubleshooting Guidelines.......................................................................................................8-1 8.2 Troubleshooting Checklists .......................................................................................................8-1 8.3 Procedures..................................................................................................................................8-3 APPENDIX A – FRONT PANEL NAVIGATION ..........................................................................A-1 A.1 A.2 A.3 A.4 A.5 A.6 A.7 A.8

Main Menu................................................................................................................................A-1 Flow Rates Menu ......................................................................................................................A-2 Totals Menu ..............................................................................................................................A-3 Operator Menu ..........................................................................................................................A-4 Plant I/O Menu..........................................................................................................................A-6 System Settings Menu...............................................................................................................A-8 Tech/Engineer Menu.................................................................................................................A-9 Calculations Menu ..................................................................................................................A-10

GLOSSARY........................................................................................................................................ G-1 INDEX................................................................................................................................................... I-1

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 1

SECTION 1 – GENERAL INFORMATION This section includes the following information: Section 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

Page Number 1-1 1-2 1-5 1-7

Scope of Manual FloBoss S600 Flow Computer Config 600 Software FloBoss S600 Specifications

1.1 Scope of Manual This manual describes the FloBoss™ S600 Flow Computer. This manual describes the installation and startup procedures. Basic maintenance, operation, and troubleshooting information is also provided. The information in this manual is arranged as follows: ♦ Section 1 – General Information provides an overview of the FloBoss S600 and Config 600 software. ♦ Section 2 – Installation provides instructions on installing the FloBoss S600 housing and includes information on installation preparation and panel mounting procedures. This section also describes the installation and removal of the plug-in boards. ♦ Section 3 – CPU describes the use of the communications and power connector blocks, field wiring configuration, and bit link settings for the plug-in CPU board. It also describes the optional second Ethernet communications port. ♦ Section 4 – I/O describes the use of the plug-in connector blocks, field wiring configuration, and bit link settings for the optional plug-in I/O boards. ♦ Section 5 – Front Panel describes the front panel keypad, communications port, and display area. This section also shows how to access the FloBoss S600 through the front panel display. This includes keypad functions, screen displays, display navigation basics, data entry, and printing reports. ♦ Section 6 – Web Server Access shows how to access the FloBoss S600 through a web server interface. This includes screen displays and interface navigation basics. ♦ Section 7 – Startup describes how to initiate a warm start or cold start. ♦ Section 8 – Troubleshooting provides maintenance and troubleshooting procedures, including the basic board-level test procedures. ♦ Appendix A – Front Panel Display Navigation lists the default front panel display screens. This appendix is intended as a navigation reference aid. ♦ Glossary defines terms and abbreviations used in this manual.

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Figure 1-1. The FloBoss S600 Flow Manager

1.2 FloBoss S600 Flow Computer The FloBoss S600 Flow Manager is a panel-mount flow computer designed specifically for hydrocarbon liquid and gas measurement where versatility and accuracy matter. The standard features of the unit make it ideal for fiscal measurement, custody transfer, batch loading and meter proving applications. The unit allows multi-stream, multi-station applications to be configured, enabling you to simultaneously meter liquids and gasses. The FloBoss S600 Flow Manager is designed for use either as a stand-alone flow computer or as a system component. The intelligent I/O boards fit both gas and liquid applications and support two streams and a header. Adding I/O boards (maximum 3) allows you to configure up to six streams and two headers. Orifice, ultrasonic, turbine, positive displacement, Coriolis, annubar & V-Cone flow meter types are all supported. The analog performance of the FloBoss S600 is of the highest order, allowing longer intervals between calibration checks. The FloBoss S600 Flow Manager offers multiple communication interfaces: ♦ One LAN port for Ethernet 10 baseT connectivity (using FTP and TCP/IP protocols). An optional second Ethernet port can be added if required. ♦ HART communication is facilitated by way of a 12 channel I/O board. Point to point and multi-drop architectures are supported (up to 50 Transmitters). ♦ An embedded web-server allows remote access to the flow computer. Security is provided by way of user name and password protection with a detailed event log for audit purposes (supports Windows® Internet Explorer® version 6 or greater).

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual ♦ Two EIA-232 (RS-232) serial ports for connection to a printer or RTU. ♦ Three EIA-422/485 (RS-422/RS485) serial ports (up to 38400 bps baud) for connection to a Modbus SCADA data network or DCS Supervisory System. ♦ One dedicated configuration port for connection to the Config 600 Software. The FloBoss S600 uses distributed processing to achieve maximum performance. The main CPU incorporates a hardware floating point processor. Each additional card also has local processing to convert inputs and output from engineering units to field values and vice-versa, as well as running background tests and PID loops. All metering calculations are performed using 64 bit (double) precision floating point numbers for the highest accuracy. Cumulative totals are stored in three separate memory locations (Tri-reg format) for maximum integrity. The user language Logicalc™ also allows double precision mathematical functions to be performed on the database objects.

Figure 1-2. CPU Board

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Figure 1-3. Intelligent I/O Board Configuration can be set through the front panel interface, the Config 600 Lite software interface, or the Config 600 Pro software interface. The IPL600, Config 600 Lite and Config 600 Pro interfaces allow both sending (download) of new or modified configurations and receiving (upload) of existing configuration from the FloBoss S600. The front panel interface consists of a backlit LCD display, 29-button keypad, and an alarm status LED. The FloBoss S600 Flow Manager provides the following functions through the Config 600 configuration tool: ♦ Stream and station totalization. ♦ Batch totalization and correction. ♦ 3-term PID control. ♦ Flow balancing. ♦ Flow scheduling. ♦ Automatic proving sequence. ♦ K factor linearization. ♦ Valve monitor/control. ♦ Sampler control. ♦ Station densitometer. ♦ Station gas chromatograph. ♦ Forward, reverse and error totals. ♦ Comprehensive maintenance mode.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 1.3 Config 600 Software Config 600 Configuration Software is a suite of editors that provide the capability to monitor, configure, and calibrate FloBoss S600 Flow Managers. Config 600 Pro software provides a full workbench for configuration building. Config 600 Lite software allows sending, receiving and editing of existing configurations. Config 600 Lite is suggested for users whose configurations have been initially created by their local sales channel, integrator, or the factory. IPL600 software allows only configuration transfer and communication port configuration.

1.3.1 IPL 600 The IPL 600 software is the “Interactive Program Loader” (available separately). The IPL 600 software sends VxWorks firmware and receives and sends configurations. In Config Lite and Config Pro, this interface is referred to as the Transfer Editor. ™ NOTE: The FloBoss S600 will not operate until a configuration has been sent from the host PC.

1.3.2 Config 600 Lite The Config 600 Lite editors can be used to modify pre-developed configurations, transfer configurations, edit items on the front panel display, and edit report formats. ™ NOTE: Config 600 Lite is used to custom configure a new FloBoss S600 during installation. Config 600 Lite allows you to perform the following functions: ♦ Edit initialization process data, including orifice size, analog input scaling, alarm limits, and keypad values. ♦ Build and customize Modbus slave maps, Modbus master polling sequences, front panel displays, and period report formats. ♦ Customize the alarm system, including alarm groups, suppression, and inhibits. ♦ Configure system security by setting user names and passwords, and assigning access levels for each data object on the displays. ♦ Specify the engineering units and totalization rollover value. ♦ Reflash the CPU module firmware with software upgrades and transfer configurations via the Transfer Editor.

1.3.3 Config 600 Pro The Config 600 Pro editors allow you to configure the FloBoss S600 from a PC. ™ NOTE: The Config 600 Pro is used to create and develop new FloBoss S600 applications. Config 600 Pro allows you to perform the following functions: ♦ Create a new application from base templates for gas, liquid, and prover applications.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual ♦ Edit process configuration data, including orifice size, analog input scaling, alarm limits, and keypad values. ♦ Build and customize Modbus slave maps, Modbus master polling sequences, front panel displays, and period report formats. ♦ Specify the engineering units and totalization rollover value. ♦ Customize the alarm system, including alarm groups, suppression, text, and inhibits. ♦ Configure system security by setting user names and passwords, and assigning access levels for each data object. ♦ Add and remove objects from the database. ♦ Program special features using Logicalc. ♦ Reflash the CPU module firmware with software upgrades and transfer configurations via the Transfer Editor. For more details on using Config 600 Lite and Config 600 Pro software, refer to the appropriate Config 600 Software User Manual or on-line help.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 1.4 FloBoss S600 Specifications Specifications I/O CAPABILITY Analog Inputs: 0 to 5.2 V dc or 0 to 22 mA, >16 bits. Analog Outputs: 0 to 21 mA, 12 bit minimum. 4-Wire RTD: PT100 (-100 to 200°C). Digital Input: 30 V max optically isolated. Digital Output: Open Collector, 36 V max, 100 mA. Dual Pulse Inputs: DC to 10 KHz, IP252/76, ISO 6551:1996, and API Chapter 5.5 Level A, B or E. Pulse Outputs: Open Collector, dc to 100 Hz. Prover Pulse Bus: Open Collector, dc to 5 KHz. Sphere Switches: Supports 1, 2, or 4 switch mode. Frequency Input: DC to 10 KHz, 3 V pk-pk. CPU CAPABILITY 50 MHz 486DX2. 16 MB DRAM. 1 MB SRAM (Battery Backed). 4 MB Flash. Form ‘C’ Watchdog relay. Real-Time Operating System Windriver VxWorks. Real-time Clock battery supported calendar clock chip, maintains system time during power loss. CIRCUIT BOARDS Eurocard-compatible. Slide in and out from rear of case. CALCULATIONS Gas: ISO 5167, ISO 6976, NX 19, SGERG, GPA 2172 & 2145, PTZ, GOST 8.563.1 & 2 (97), AGA 3, AGA 5, AGA 7, AGA 8. Liquid: API 2540, API 11-2-1, API 11-2-2. Prover: Compact, Uni-directional, Bi-directional, Master Meter, Dual Chronometry, Pulse Interpolation.

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POWER REQUIREMENTS Supply Voltage: 20-32 V dc, 24 W (nominal). Protection: 2.5 A Anti-surge fuse. Supply Isolation: Galvanically isolated from unit to earth ground, 50 V. Transducer Outputs: 24 V dc, 500 mA; 15 V dc, 100 mA. ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temperature: 0 to 60°C. Storage Temperature: -40 to 70°C. Operating Humidity: To 90% non-condensing. WEIGHT 4.3 kg approx. with single I/O board. DIMENSIONS Case Depth: 304 mm. Allow an extra 300 mm clearance for board extraction and connectors. Front Panel: 85 mm W x 270 mm H. ENCLOSURE Painted, welded steel outer case with plastic front panel. APPROVALS AND COMPLIANCES Available with European CE Mark. OIML R117 compliant. EN12405 For EFM devices compliant. Approved by NMI (Netherlands Measurement Institute, CMI (Czech Metrology Institute), and OMH (Hungarian National Office of Measure). OMNL (Algeria).

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 2

SECTION 2 – INSTALLATION This section provides instructions on installing the FloBoss S600 unit, including installation preparation, panel mounting procedures, and the installation and removal of the plug-in boards. This section includes: Section 2.1 Preparing for Installation 2.2 Environmental Considerations 2.3 Required Tools for Installation 2.4 Installing the FloBoss S600 2.5 Installation and Removal of the Boards

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2.1 Preparing for Installation Installation of the FloBoss S600 must conform to all applicable local codes and regulations. All installation procedures should be in accordance with normal practices of good workmanship. Although the FloBoss S600 shipped to you may not include all of the hardware options described in this manual, the procedure for the basic installation of the unit remains the same. ™ Note: It is strongly recommended that you familiarize yourself with the procedures described in this section before you begin to install the FloBoss S600. The FloBoss S600 uses a modular design that provides maximum flexibility and ease of installation. The basic panel-mounted version consists of three major components: ♦ Fabricated metal case, complete with pre-installed PSU/backplate and four card slots for the plug-in cards (comprising a dedicated CPU slot and three I/O slots). ♦ Removable front panel comprising the LCD display and keypad assembly. ♦ Plug-in boards, one CPU board and one I/O board are supplied for a basic configuration (two blanking plates are supplied to cover the unused slots). Figure 2-1 shows the FloBoss S600 system components with the appropriate user-provided tools.

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Figure 2-1. FloBoss S600 System Components

2.2 Environmental Considerations The FloBoss S600 panel mount is designed for use within the control room and should be placed in a position that provides ease of use, comfort, and safety for operators and maintenance personnel. The optimum height for viewing and using the display and keypad is at operator eye level.

Where one or more units are installed in a confined space or with other heat producing equipment, special attention should be given to the combined heating effect. This combined heat could increase the environmental temperature beyond its acceptable threshold, thereby impacting performance.

2.3 Required Tools for Installation Before attempting any installation of the FloBoss S600 hardware, ensure you have the following tools: ♦ Small flat-blade screwdriver suitable for the slot headed captive screws on the rear of the case that secure each plug-in board into the case. ♦ 5.5 mm (5 BA) hex or small adjustable crescent wrench for the front panel bosses. ♦ 2.5 mm Allen wrench suitable for the hex cap screw on the front face of the front panel to secure the front panel molding to the case.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 2.4 Installing the FloBoss S600 Refer to the following procedures for installing the various FloBoss S600 components, including the front panel, panel-mounted unit, and plug-in boards.

2.4.1 Unpacking the FloBoss S600 Unpack the FloBoss S600 carefully and inspect parts for visual damage. ™ Note: Do not discard packaging material until all pieces of the shipment have been identified and you are confident that all parts are working correctly.

2.4.2 Removing the Front Panel To begin the mounting process, remove the front panel from the FloBoss S600 as follows: 1. Ensure power has been removed from the FloBoss S600. 2. Use a 2.5 mm Allen wrench to remove the hex cap screw from the bottom center of the front

panel. Refer to Figure 2-2.

Figure 2-2. Removing the Front Panel 3. Carefully slide the FloBoss S600 face up 4 mm (0.15 in) to allow it to clear the retaining groove

at the top of the case, and then allow the face to come forwards to clear the panel case completely. Refer to Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3. Lift Front Panel 4. Disconnect the ribbon cable from the back of the front panel at the blue connector. Refer to

Figure 2-4. Observe the orientation of the connector with its mating keyway. The ribbon cable must be correctly re-inserted at the end of the installation process.

Do not remove the ribbon cable from the FloBoss S600 housing entrance. This might cause damage to the unit.

Disconnect Here

Figure 2-4. Remove Connector

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 5. Remove the top and bottom bosses from the unit housing, using a 5.5 mm (5 BA) hex wrench.

Table 2-1. Mounting Dimensions Part Display Keypad Moulding Case Panel Cutout Pitch Between Cases Max Panel Thickness Access

Dimensions 85 mm (3.35") width x 269 mm (10.59") height x 28 mm (1.10") deep 84.5 mm (3.327") width x 270 mm (10.63") height x 303.8 mm (11.94") deep 66 mm (2.6") width x 150 mm (5.9") height 110 mm (4.33") giving 25 mm (0.98") air gap 10 mm (0.39") Allow 300 mm (11.81") clearance directly behind case for maintenance

Figure 2-5. Panel Mount Dimensions

2.4.3 Installing the Panel-Mounted Unit After removing the front panel, you can install the panel-mounted unit as follows: 1. Keeping the environmental considerations in mind, construct the framework of the cubicle to

support the operating panel. ™ Note: A standard 483 mm (19 in.) rack that is 311 mm (12.25 in.) high will accommodate up to four FloBoss S600 flow computers with the rear of the case supported. 2. Refer to Figure 2-6 and Table 2-1 for position details for two 7 mm (0.276 in.) holes and a

cutout. The panel cut out should be rectangular in shape for each FloBoss S600 unit. A tolerance of +/- 3 mm (0.12 in.) is allowed on each axis.

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Figure 2-6. Panel Cutout Dimensions 3. Panel thickness should be at least 3 mm (0.12 in) to prevent distortion. Thinner panels can be

used, but these require the rear of the case to be supported. Refer to Figure 2-7.

It is recommended that a rear support or anchor is always used to prevent twisting and other distortion effects during installation and maintenance.

Figure 2-7. Panel Mount

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4. Place the front of the case against the rear of the prepared cutout. 5. Re-install the top and bottom bosses, and tighten with a 5.5 mm (5 BA) hex wrench. 6. When the rear support is fitted, you should use a self-tapping screw to secure the case to the

rear support. The maximum depth of the screw inside the case should be 3 mm (0.12 in.).

2.4.4 Re-installing the Front Panel The final stage of the installation process is to re-install the front panel on the FloBoss S600 as follows: 1. Connect the ribbon cable (from the front of the case) to the connector on the front panel.

Observe the orientation of the connector with its mating keyway. The ribbon cable must be correctly inserted. Do not use excessive force to refit the cable. 2. Place the top of the front panel over the retaining groove on the top boss and slide downwards. 3. To secure the front panel, place the hex cap screw into its recess in the bottom center of the

front panel. 4. Use a 2.5 mm Allen wrench to tighten the screw finger-tight. Turn an additional 180 degrees to

complete the installation.

Take care not to over-tighten the screw. Over-tightening may cause damage to the panel face.

2.5 Installation and Removal of the Boards The FloBoss S600 unit will be shipped with the boards already installed. If you need to remove the boards for maintenance or upgrade reasons, please follow the procedures in this section. The CPU board is dedicated to the left-most rear slot of the case. The remaining slots can be populated with plug-in I/O boards, or they can be left blank and covered with the blank plates designed for the purpose.

Ensure suitable electrostatic discharge precautions are taken prior to removing any of the plug-in boards. The terminals on some boards may be wired to electrical potentials sufficiently high to cause electrical shock and injury. Make sure the power sources of any connected devices are turned off and discharged before performing any installation or repairs. To remove the plug-in boards: 1. Ensure the FloBoss S600 is powered-down before attempting to extract a plug-in board. 2. Unscrew the retention screws before attempting to remove a board to avoid damage to the pull

tabs. Refer to Figure 2-8.

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Figure 2-8. Unscrewing the Retention Screws 3. Unlatch the pull-tabs for the appropriate board and pull the board clear of the case. Some

rocking of the board may be required to release the connector. Refer to Figure 2-9 and Figure 2-10.

Figure 2-9. Using the Pull Tabs

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Figure 2-10. Board Ready for Removal or Final Insertion To install the plug-in boards: 1. Install the plug-in boards with care by aligning them in the guides (located at top and bottom of

the case). Gently slide the board until it mates fully with the appropriate connector on the backplane. 2. Each plug-in board has two “pull tabs� on the backplate. These should be pressed securely in

place upon insertion.

The insertion and location of the plug-in boards along the guides does not require excessive force. Take care not to twist or otherwise distort the boards during installation. 3. Secure the board in the case with the retention screws (two per board).

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual SECTION 3 – CPU This section includes information on plug-in connector blocks and bit link settings for the P152 CPU board. This section includes the following information: Section 3.1 P152 CPU Board 3.2 Power Supply 3.3 Communication Ports 3.4 CPU On-Board Connectors 3.5 CPU Bit Links (Jumpers) 3.6 Dual Ethernet LAN Port

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3.1 P152 CPU Board The P152 CPU board contains the host processor and associated peripherals, which form the heart of the system. Various plug-in connections are provided on the rear backplate of the CPU board. Refer to Figure 3-1 for an illustration of the P152 CPU board backplate. Additional connectors and bit links (jumpers) are used on the board; these are set at the factory prior to shipping. It is recommended that all wiring be made with stranded wire that is no larger than 16 AWG. For the communication ports, wiring of 18 to 22 AWG is recommended. Power wiring is recommended to be 16 AWG. All local wiring practices and regulations should be observed.

Do not use a Megger or similar instrument to check for isolation or continuity between signals on any of the connectors of the FloBoss S600. These instruments produce voltages far in excess of design parameters and damage may occur. TB-1 POWER COM 4 COM 3

COM 1-2

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Figure 3-1. P152 CPU Backplate

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24V DC INPUT DC OUTPUT

+ VE GND + 24v + 15v GND

COM N/O

TX

N/C N/C

RX

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COMM - 4 RJ45

DTR

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RTS TX RX CTS DSR DCD

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LCD & SETUP

TX-CON RTS-CON GND RX-FP CTS-FP GND N/C N/C RX-CON

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TX 10.SEL(0) 10.SEL(2) RX-

0V

RS232

TB 2

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SERVICE

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ETHERNET

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COMPUTER ALARM

WATCH DOG

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PORT 7

24V DC SUPPLY

NETWORK RJ45

TB - 1

ETHERNET

SERVICE

TX + COMPUTER GND

LCD AND SETUP

CTS-CON

Figure 3-2. P152 CPU Terminations

3.2 Power Supply The Power connection is made by a plug-in, standard 5-mm pitch screw terminal block on the P152 CPU board. The power supply connector is labeled TB-1. The TB-1 pin connections are shown in Table 3-1.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual The FloBoss S600 should be powered by a nominal 24 volts dc power source capable of supplying 2 Amps. The unit will operate between 20 and 32 volts dc. The startup in-rush current may draw 6 Amps for approximately 100 milliseconds. This in-rush becomes significant when multiple flow computers are connected to the same power supply. An on-board anti-surge fuse (2.5 Amp rating) protects the supply line should a fault occur within the unit. Fully regulated 15 and 24 volts dc supplies are also available for applications, such as powering loops or pre-amplifiers. These outputs are protected by resettable thermal fuses. Table 3-1. TB-1 Pin Connections (Power) Pin 1 2 3 4 5

Function +24 V dc INPUT 0 V (Return) INPUT +24 V dc OUTPUT (500 mA) +15 V dc OUTPUT (100 mA) 0 V (Return) OUTPUT

3.2.1 Watchdog Relay A single pole, double throw relay with Normally Open or Normally Closed terminals provides the watchdog status from pins 6, 7, and 8 of TB-1. The TB-1 pin connections are shown in Table 3-2. Connection is made by plug-in, standard 5 mm-pitch screw terminals. The relay is energized during normal operation. A CPU failure causes the relay to de-energize. The watchdog period is 2.5 seconds maximum. ™ NOTE: Contact is rated at 1 Amp, 30 volts dc and 30 volts ac, and is a Form “C” contact. Table 3-2. TB-1 Pin Connections (Watchdog Relay) Pin

Function

6 7 8

Normally Closed Common Normally Open

3.2.2 On-Board Battery Backup The battery backup is used to retain the contents of the SRAM on the P152 CPU, the PC compatible BIOS CMOS memory area, and the calendar clock. The battery is a board mounted, nickel metal hydride cell. The standard battery is a Ni-MH rechargeable 3.6 volt, 140 mAmp/hour unit. This is a factory-fitted option. To ensure that the battery is fully functional, a regular load test is performed on the unit. ™ NOTE: The status of this battery is monitored by a voltage sensing circuit. An alarm is raised if the battery voltage drops below the predefined limit.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 3-3. Battery Specifications Charging Time Hold-up Time (without recharge) Battery Life (Typical) Battery Backup Holdup Time (after battery has failed its load test)

(20%-80%) 48 hours 3 months at 20° C (68° F), 1 month at 40° C (104° F) 5-7 years 2 weeks at 20° C (68° F)

3.3 Communication Ports The FloBoss S600 CPU has nine standard communication ports (eight serial and one Ethernet). The following table details the communications ports. ™ NOTE: Comm Ports 1 and 8 contain internal connections to other boards in the FloBoss S600 which are not available for external host or local operator communications. Comm Port 1 can be used for routing Remote Display connections. Table 3-4. Communication Ports Communications Port Backplate Descriptor Comm 1 Comm 2 Comm 3 Comm 4 Comm 5, 6 & 7 Comm 8 Comm 9

COM1-2 COM1-2 COM3 COM4 TB2 Remote I/O

Description Internal (Connection to Front Panel Keypad) Local Operator PC link EIA-232 (RS-232) EIA-232 (RS-232) EIA-422 (RS-422) or EIA-485 (RS-485) External (Reserved for future use) and Internal (Connection to I/O Boards) Ethernet

Network

For information on the communications port on the Front Panel which can also act as Comm 2, refer to Section 5, Front Panel. For information on the optional second Ethernet port, refer to Section 3.6.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 3.3.1 EIA-232 (RS-232) Serial Port Two EIA-232 (RS-232D) communications ports are provided on the backplate of the P152 CPU board. The ports use FCC-68 RJ-45 connectors and are labeled COM3 and COM4. The COM3 and COM4 pin connections are shown in Table 3-5. Converters are commercially available to configure either 9-way D type or 25-way D type connection. The ports support baud rates 300 to 38400 bps. Table 3-5. COM3 and COM4 Pin Connections Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Function GND DTR RTS TX RX CTS DSR DCD

Figure 3-3. Pin Connections Maximum cable length is a function of the baud rate and quality of cable used. For example, a maximum length of 15 m (50 ft) should be used at 19200 bps when using unscreened cable. The ports should be connected to the peripheral devices using multi-conductor, shielded cable. It is recommended that the cable screen be connected to protective earth, keeping signal ground separate, particularly in noisy environments.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 3.3.2 EIA-422 (RS-422)/EIA-485 (RS-485) Multi-drop Port Three EIA-422 (RS-422) or EIA-485 (RS-485) ports are located on the backplate of the P152 CPU board and provide high speed/long distance links of up to 38400 bps and 1200 m (4000 ft). The ports use the connector labeled TB-2, which is COM5, COM6, and COM7. The COM5, COM6, and COM7 pin connections are shown in Table 3-6. ™ NOTE: For two-wire EIA-485 (RS-485) installations, jumper TX+ to RX+ and TX- to RX- on the TB-2 connector on the P152 CPU board . Table 3-6. COM5, COM6, and COM7 Pin Connections Channel

Pin

COM5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

COM6

COM7

Signal Common

Function RXRX+ TXTX+ RXRX+ TXTX+ RXRX+ TXTX+ GND

3.3.3 Ethernet LAN Port The standard Ethernet port on the backplate of the CPU card is for high-speed communications using an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) architecture. The speed of data transfer is 10M bps when using 10BaseT twisted pair cable. The port uses a FCC-68 RJ-45 connector. The port is labeled Network on the backplate of the P152 CPU. It is the standard Ethernet port. No hardware configuration or wiring is required for this communications port. ™ NOTE: For information on the optional, second Ethernet port, refer to Section 3.6.

3.3.4 Local Operator PC or Remote Display Port The connector labeled COM1-2 on the backplate of the P152 CPU board is used to connect the FloBoss S600 to a remote display (COM1) or the host PC (COM2). The COM1-2 port should not be modified by the user for other functions. The COM1-2 port uses a standard 15-way D-type female connector. The COM1-2 pin connections are shown in Table 3-7.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Only shielded, multi-conductor cable should be used to connect to the COM1-2 port. It is recommended, particularly in noisy environments that the cable shield is connected to earth ground, ensuring the signal ground is separate. NOTE: Do not reconfigure the bit link for Com1 and Com2 (bit link 11). The bit link is for factory use only. Table 3-7. COM1-2 Pin Connections Pin

Function

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

GND TX to R. Display GND SPEAKER OUT N/C TX to PC RTS to PC GND RX from R. Display CTS to R. Display GND N/C N/C RX from PC CTS to PC

3.3.4.1Connecting to the FloBoss S600 A special serial cable is required to connect the host PC to the FloBoss S600 unit. A ready-made link cable is available for a PC with a 9-pin serial port. Alternatively, you may fabricate your own link cable using the wiring details in Figure 3-4. ™ NOTE: Due to the high baud rate used for the communications between the host PC and the FloBoss S600, it is recommended that the maximum cable length be restricted to 5 m (15 ft).

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Figure 3-4. Link Cable

3.4 CPU On-Board Connectors The miscellaneous device connectors provided on the P152 CPU module are shown in Table 3-8. This information is for identification purposes only. Do not modify these connections, unless told to do so by the factory. Table 3-8. Miscellaneous Device Connectors for the P152 CPU Module Socket J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8 J9

Description DIN Backplane Connector CPU cooling fan molex (12 VDC) PC/104 expansion bus (16- bit) Additional plug-in battery molex 3.6 V dc IDE Hard disk pin header Altera serial programming pin header (factory use only) Keyboard and mouse pin header Security bit link (Off = Level 1 Security Disabled) Optional communications LED backplate pin header

3.5 CPU Bit Links (Jumpers) The entries shown in boldface are the default configuration settings; these may not apply to your specific configuration. This information is for identification purposes only. Do not modify these settings, unless told to do so by the factory.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 3-9. CPU Bit Links Jumper (Link)

Description

ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF

Voltage Selection (On = 5 V, Off = 3.3 V) Internal Real Time Clock enable Internal keyboard & mouse disable 8 bit (Off) or 16 bit (On) BIOS 7 channel (On) or 2 channel (Off) DMA operation All interrupts available via MUX (Multiplex) EIDE parity (Off) or DRAM (On) supported CS_USR1# (On) or Refresh (Off) supported COM1, COM2 supported: data & RTS/CTS only COMCLK enable Cold Start forced on power up BIOS Monitor start enable

Flash LK15

1-2/2-3

LK16

1-2/2-3

LK17

1-2/2-3

LK18

1-2/2-3

Block 0 - 1M - Write Prohibited (1-2) or Write Enabled (2-3) Block 1 - 2M - Write Prohibited (1-2) or Write Enabled (2-3) Block 2 - 3M - Write Prohibited (1-2) or Write Enabled (2-3) Block 3 - 4M - Write Prohibited (1-2) or Write Enabled (2-3)

Clock Multiply LK19

ON/OFF

DX2 is Off (LK to On) or either DX4: On = Clk x3, Off = Clk x2 or 586: On = Clk x4, Off = Clk x3 (LK to Off)

1-2/2-3

4 MB EPROM (1-2) or 1 MB EPROM (2-3)

ON/OFF ON/OFF

Link to upgrade SQFP 486 CPU Clock Speed. When 22 & 23 = OFF = 33 MHz. When 22 = OFF & 23 = ON = 40 MHz. When 22 & 23 = ON = 50 MHz. When 22 = OFF & 23 = ON = 66 MHz.

Ethernet LK24 LK25 LK26 LK27

ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF

ENEEP I/O Select 2 I/O Select 1 I/O Select 0

Cache Select LK28

ON/OFF

Non-Enhanced = Off (LK is On) or Enhanced On = Writethrough Off = Writeback (LK is Off) Link when write-back processor fitted Not Used

BIOS ROM Size LK20 SQFP 486 CPU LK21 LK22 & 23

LK29 LK30

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Not Used

ON/OFF

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 3.6 Dual Ethernet LAN Port The optional P190 second Ethernet port on the FloBoss S600 is for high-speed communications using an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) architecture. The speed of data transfer is 10M bps when using 10BaseT twisted pair cable. ™ NOTE: For information on the standard Ethernet port, refer to Section 3.3.3. The P190 Dual Ethernet communications port is comprised of a mezzanine card and a port backplate with a FCC-68 RJ-45 connector. Refer to Figure 3-5 The mezzanine card plugs into the PC/104 slot on the P152 CPU board. Connections to the port are made at a communications module backplate which connects to the mezzanine card via an extension of the card. This backplate will use the first I/O slot beside the P152 CPU slot.

Figure 3-5. Dual Ethernet Communications Card The second Ethernet port is usually shipped already installed in the S600 unit from the factory. Field installation is possible, when a specialized backplane and P152 CPU card are also installed. If installed at the factory, no hardware configuration or wiring is required. ™ NOTE: Before using this port, verify the IP settings of the port on the front panel. From the Startup menu, select Network Setup > Network I/F 2. If no addresses have been assigned, you will need to assign them. ™ NOTE: Exercise CAUTION. Network I/F 1 and Network I/F 2 must have unique subnet masks.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual SECTION 4 – I/O This section includes information on plug-in connector blocks, field wiring configurations (ANIN, PRT, and DPR signals). This section includes the following information: Section 4.1 P144 I/O Board 4.2 P154 Prover Board 4.3 P188 HART Board

Page Number 4-1 4-17 4-24

It is recommended that all wiring be made with stranded wire that is no larger than 16 AWG. All local wiring practices and regulations should be observed.

Do not use a Megger or similar instrument to check for isolation or continuity between signals on any of the connectors of the FloBoss S600. These instruments produce voltages far in excess of design parameters and damage may occur.

4.1 P144 I/O Board The P144 I/O board measures process signals used by the CPU while running the flow computer functions. The I/O board supplies 12 Analog Inputs, 4 Analog Outputs, 16 Digital Inputs, 12 Digital Outputs, 4 Pulse Inputs, 5 Pulse Outputs, 3 Frequency (Density) Inputs, and 3 PRT/RTD Inputs. The backplate has three low density D-type connectors for field wiring. These connectors are labeled SKT-A, SKT-B, and SKT-C.

SKT-A ANIN 1-10 ANOUT 1-4

SKT-B ANIN 11 - 12 DIGIN 1-6 DIGOUT 1 - 2 Freq Inputs Pulse Outputs SKT-C DIGIN 7-16 DIGOUT 3-12 Turbine Inputs

Figure 4-1. Backplate with P144 I/O Board

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual P144 IIO 1 SERVICE

SKT A SUPPLY DAC 1 OUTPUT GROUND SUPPLY DAC 2 OUTPUT GROUND SUPPLY DAC 3 OUTPUT GROUND SUPPLY DAC 4 OUTPUT GROUND

SERVICE

SKT B I+ PRT 1 V+ INPUT VII+ PRT 2 V+ INPUT VII+ PRT 3 V+ INPUT VIDIG IN 1DIG IN 2DIG IN 3DIG IN 4-

+24v

COMMON + VE DIG IN 5DIG IN 6-

4 1 21 24 5 2 22 25 6 3 23 26 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

SERVICE

SKT A +15V

1 14 2 15 3 16 4 17 5 18 6 19

+15V

1-5V

LK16-20

+15V

+15V

1-5V

LK21-25

1mA

1mA

4 - 20 mA

+12V

0-1 V

1mA

ADC 1+ ADC 2+ ADC 3+ ADC 4+ ADC 5+ GND ADC 6+ ADC 7+ ADC 8+ ADC 9+ ADC 10+ GND

SERVICE

SKT B

+12V

0-1 V

8 21 9 22 10 20 11 24 12 25 13 23

+12V

10K

0-1 V

10K

10K

LK3 1 LK3 2 LK3 3

8 7 20 30 31 32 33 35 34 12 9 27 10 28 11 29 36 37

ADC 11+ ADC 12+ GND PULSE OUT 1+ PULSE OUT 2+ PULSE OUT 3+ PULSE OUT 4+ PULSE 1-4 COM + PULSE - OUTPUT 5

+ -

DENSITY INPUT 1

+ -

DENSITY INPUT 2

+ -

DENSITY INPUT 3

DIG OUT 1+ DIG OUT 2+

SERVICE

SKT C

SERVICE

SKT C DIG IN 7DIG IN 8-

+24v

COMMON + VE DIG IN 9DIG IN 10DIG IN 11DIG IN 12-

+24v

COMMON + VE DIG IN 13DIG IN 14DIG IN 15DIG IN 16-

+24v

COMMON + VE RAW PULSE + OUTPUT -

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 24 5

1 3 1

LK 29 LK 30

3

HIT

HIT

37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 4 23 3 22 2 21 1 20

DIG OUT 3+ DIG OUT 4+ COMMON GND

0v

DIG OUT 5+ DIG OUT 6+ DIG OUT 7+ DIG OUT 8+ COMMON GND

0v

DIG OUT 9+ DIG OUT 10+ DIG OUT 11+ DIG OUT 12+ COMMON GND

0v

+ DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 1

+ DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 2

+ DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 3

+ DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 4

Figure 4-2. P144 I/O Board Terminations

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4.1.1 Analog Inputs There are two fully floating A/D converters per I/O board, each measuring five single-ended Analog Input (ANIN) channels. Each channel (ANIN 1-10) is configurable as a 0 to 5.25 volt or 0 to 22 mAmp input range. There are also two current-only inputs (ANIN 11 and 12). This provides a total of 12 Analog Inputs. The primary measurement for ANIN 1-10 is voltage, which is compared to a stable reference source. The channels are configurable to current using a bit link (jumper) on the board to place a high accuracy calibrated shunt resistor in parallel with the input. Refer to Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4. ™ NOTE: Exercise caution. The channels for each A/D converter should be set the same to guarantee accuracy. Channels ANIN 1-5 on the first A/D converter should all be set for voltage or all for current. Channels ANIN 6-10 on the second A/D converter should all be set for voltage or all for current. Refer to Section 4.1.10 for a table of settings.

Figure 4-3. Analog Input Schematic (with IS Barrier and using Internal Resistor)

Figure 4-4. Analog Input Schematic (without IS Barrier and using External Resistor) The ANIN channels use the connectors labeled SKT-A and SKT-B, which are located on the backplate of the P144 board. Channels CH1 to CH10 are located on connector SKT-A and channels CH11 and CH12 are located on connector SKT-B. The ANIN pin connections are shown in Table 4-1 and Table 4-2.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-1. ANIN Pin Connections for SKT-A Pin 8 21 9 22 10 20 11 24 12 25 13 23

Function ANIN-CH1 ANIN-CH2 ANIN-CH3 ANIN-CH4 ANIN-CH5 RETURN CH1-5 ANIN-CH6 ANIN-CH7 ANIN-CH8 ANIN-CH9 ANIN-CH10 RETURN CH6-10

Table 4-2. ANIN Pin Connections for SKT-B Pin 8 7 20

Function ANIN-CH11 (current) ANIN-CH12 (current) GND

4.1.2 Analog Outputs There are four Analog Outputs (D/A Converter). Each D/A Converter channel is fully floating and provides its own floating supply. Loads of up to a 650-ohm loop impedance can be connected directly. The unit can be used in either source or sink configuration. Refer to Figure 4-5, Figure 4-6, and Figure 4-7. The D/A Converter output channels use the connector labeled SKT-A, which is located on the backplate of the P144 board. The D/A Converter output pin connections on the back of the I/O card are shown in Table 4-3.

Figure 4-5. Analog Output Schematic (FloBoss S600 Powered)

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Figure 4-6. Analog Output Schematic (Externally Powered Device)

Figure 4-7. Analog Output Schematic (Externally Powered through FloBoss S600)

Table 4-3. D/A Converter Output Pin Connections for SKT-A Pin 1 14 2 15 3 16 4 17 5 18 6 19

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Function DAC-CH1 +15 V SOURCE DAC-CH1 SINK DAC-CH1 0 VDC DAC-CH2 +15 V SOURCE DAC-CH2 SINK DAC-CH2 0 VDC DAC-CH3 +15 V SOURCE DAC-CH3 SINK DAC-CH3 0 VDC DAC-CH4 +15 V SOURCE DAC-CH4 SINK DAC-CH4 0 VDC

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4.1.3 Digital Inputs There are 16 optically-isolated Digital Inputs (DIGIN) per plug-in board. The digital inputs have been grouped into four banks of 4-off single ended inputs with one common feed. Refer to Figure 4-8 and Figure 4-9. The sample period is 500 milliseconds. The DIGIN channels use the connectors labeled SKT-B and SKT-C, which are located on the backplate of the P144 board. The DIGIN pin connections are in Table 4-4 and Table 4-5. ™ NOTE: The feed lines (Ex. pin 17 on SKT-B) must be connected to a 24 volts dc source. The DIGIN lines (Ex. pin 13 on SKT-B) expect typical “open collector” (referenced to GND) connections.

Figure 4-8. Digital Input Schematic (Open Collector Device)

Figure 4-9. Digital Input Schematic (Relay)

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-4. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-B Pin 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Function DIGIN-CH1 DIGIN-CH2 DIGIN-CH3 DIGIN-CH4 RETURN CH1-4 DIGIN-CH5 DIGIN-CH6

Table 4-5. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-C Pin 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7

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Function DIGIN-CH7 DIGIN-CH8 RETURN CH5-8 DIGIN-CH9 DIGIN-CH10 DIGIN-CH11 DIGIN-CH12 RETURN CH9-12 DIGIN-CH13 DIGIN-CH14 DIGIN-CH15 DIGIN-CH16 RETURN CH13-16

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4.1.4 Digital Outputs There are 12 digital output channels. The digital outputs (DIGOUT) are open collector type. The maximum current rating is 100 mAmps at 24 volts dc. Output frequencies up to 0.5 Hz are possible. The DC polarity must be carefully checked. Use an external DC supply in series with the load. When using inductive loads, such as relay coils, place a diode across the load. Refer to Figure 4-10 and Figure 4-11. The DIGOUT channels use the connectors labeled SKT-B and SKT-C, which are located on the backplate of the P144 board. The DIGOUT pin connections are shown in Table 4-6 and Table 4-7.

Figure 4-10. Digital Output Schematic (Relay)

Figure 4-11. Digital Output Schematic (24 V Switched Indicator)

Table 4-6. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-B Pin 36 37

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-7. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-C Pin 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

Function DIGOUT-CH3 DIGOUT-CH4 RETURN CH1-4 DIGOUT-CH5 DIGOUT-CH6 DIGOUT-CH7 DIGOUT-CH8 RETURN CH5-8 DIGOUT-CH9 DIGOUT-CH10 DIGOUT-CH11 DIGOUT-CH12 RETURN CH9-12

4.1.5 Turbine Pulse Inputs When the optional Mezzanine card for Pulse Inputs (P148) is installed on the P144 I/O board, four Pulse Inputs may be used either independently or in pairs of two. Generally, they are used for dual pulse measurement, such as turbine applications. In dual pulse mode, level A or B pulse checking can be enabled. Each input has an input range of 1 to 10 KHz. Each channel has live integrity checking. A configurable circuit fail alarm is activated if cabling faults develop or if the pre-amp power fails. The electrical connection of these inputs is dependent on which DPR mezzanine card is fitted to the P144 I/O module. For example, a 12 volts dc P148 Mezzanine card is suitable for the pre-amp signals shown in Figure 4-12. As another example, a 24 volts dc P148 Mezzanine card is suitable for the open collector device shown in Figure 4-13. The P148 Mezzanine card can interface to a variety of pre-amps. The following pre-amps are among those supported: Spectra Tek F106, Spectra Tek IS106, Instromet MK15, Faure Herman FH71 2-wire, Faure Herman FH71 3-wire, and ITT Barton 818U. The dual-pulse input pin connections are shown in Table 4-8.

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Figure 4-13. Pulse Input Schematic (using US 24 V P148 Mezzanine Card)

Table 4-8. Dual-Pulse Input Pin Connections for SKT-C Pin 4 23 3 22 2 21 1 20

Function SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH1+ SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH1SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH2+ SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH2SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH3+ SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH3SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH4+ SINGLE/DUAL PULSE-CH4-

4.1.6 Pulse Outputs There are five programmable pulse output channels (PULSEOUT), typically used for electronic counters or sampler control. Refer to Figure 4-14.

Figure 4-14. Pulse Output Schematic The PULSEOUT pin connections are shown in Table 4-9.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-9. PULSEOUT Pin Connections for SKT-B Pin 30 31 32 33 35 34 12

Function PULSEOUT-CH1 PULSEOUT-CH2 PULSEOUT-CH3 PULSEOUT-CH4 RETURN CH1-4 PULSEOUT-CH5 RETURN CH5

4.1.7 Raw Pulse Output There is a single raw pulse output, typically used in prover applications to mimic the turbine signals and send them to the prover mezzanine card. Refer to Figure 4-15. A 1 Kohm resistor is required if the pulse rate on the prover bus exceeds 1 KHz, or if there are more than three streams, or if more than 20 m of cable is required. The RAWOUT pin connections are shown in Table 4-10.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-10. Raw Pulse Output Pin Connections for SKT-C Pin 24 5

Function Raw Output Return

4.1.8 Frequency Inputs The three Frequency Inputs are typically used for density transducer signals. Each input has an input range of 0 to 10 KHz. Bit links are provided to allow the inputs to be AC or DC coupled. Refer to Figure 4-16 and Figure 4-17. The frequency input channels use the connector labeled SKT-B, which is located on the backplate of the P144 board. The frequency input pin connections are shown in Table 4-11.

Figure 4-16. Frequency Input Schematic (with IS Barrier and AC Coupled)

Figure 4-17. Frequency Input Schematic (without IS Barrier and with DC Coupled)

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-11. Frequency Input Pin Connections for SKT-B Pin 9 27 10 28 11 29

Function FREQUENCY-CH1+ FREQUENCY-CH1FREQUENCY-CH2+ FREQUENCY-CH2FREQUENCY-CH3+ FREQUENCY-CH3-

4.1.9 PRT/RTD Inputs There are three Platinum Resistance Thermometer (PRT)/Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) inputs. The PRT/RTD inputs are suitable for Class A, 4-wire PRT devices that conform to the BS EN 60751:1996 standard. The temperature measurement range is -100 to +200°C (-148 to +392°F). Two styles of PRT/RTD probes are supported: ♦ DIN (coefficient of 0.00385 ohm/ohms degrees Celsius). ♦ AMERICAN (coefficient of 0.003926 ohm/ohms degrees Celsius). The “DIN” 43760 selection is typical in Europe and common in the United States, while the “AMERICAN” Standard selection coefficient (alpha) is still common for circumstances where a slightly more pure Platinum is used to effect a higher absolute accuracy. The style of PRT/RTD must be configured through Config 600 software. The PRT/RTD input pin connections are shown in Table 4-12.

Figure 4-18. PRT/RTD Input Schematic

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-12. PRT Input Pin Connections for SKT-B Pin 4 1 21 24 5 2 22 25 6 3 23 26

Function PRT-CH1 I+ PRT-CH1 V+ PRT-CH1 VPRT-CH1 IPRT-CH2 I+ PRT-CH2 V+ PRT-CH2 VPRT-CH2 IPRT-CH3 I+ PRT-CH3 V+ PRT-CH3 VPRT-CH3 I-

4.1.10 P144 I/O Bit Links (Jumpers) The entries shown in boldface are the default configuration settings; these may not apply to your specific configuration. Do not change the bit link settings, unless told to do so by the factory. Point to point communications for the P144 I/O board require Link 2 to be ON and Link 11 to be OFF. Multiplex (MUX) communications require Link 2 to be OFF and Link 11 to be OFF.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-13. P144 I/O Bit Link Settings Bit Link LK1 LK2 LK3 - LK10 LK11 LK12 LK13, LK14, LK15 A/D Shunts LK161 LK171 LK181 LK191 LK201 LK211 LK221 LK231 LK241 LK251 LK26, LK27, LK28 LK29, LK30

Position

Description

ON OFF ON OFF

Flash Write Enable Flash Write Protected Point to Point mode enabled Point to Point mode off Multiplex (MUX) Addresses – See table below Communications Mode – Off is only supported option Oscilloscope Earth Not Used

ON/OFF ON/OFF

ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF

ADC CH1 - Current Mode ADC CH1 - Voltage Mode ADC CH2 - Current Mode ADC CH2 - Voltage Mode ADC CH3 - Current Mode ADC CH3 - Voltage Mode ADC CH4 - Current Mode ADC CH4 - Voltage Mode ADC CH5 - Current Mode ADC CH5 - Voltage Mode ADC CH6 - Current Mode ADC CH6 - Voltage Mode ADC CH7 - Current Mode ADC CH7 - Voltage Mode ADC CH8 - Current Mode ADC CH8 - Voltage Mode ADC CH9 - Current Mode ADC CH9 - Voltage Mode ADC CH10 - Current Mode ADC CH10 - Voltage Mode Cannot be changed. Open Collector Mode (2-3). 2-3 is only supported option.

1-2/2-3

Frequency Input Modes LK31 ON FRQ 01 - DC Coupled OFF FRQ 01 - AC Coupled LK32 ON FRQ 02 - DC Coupled OFF FRQ 02 - AC Coupled LK33 ON FRQ 03 - DC Coupled OFF FRQ 03 - AC Coupled 1. A/D Converter Shunts are configured in groups of five and must be used together as current OR voltage. LK16 to LK19 should be fitted as a set. LK21 to LK25 should be fitted as a set.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-14. Multiplex Mode Addressing Address LK3

LK4

LK5

LK6

LK7

LK8

LK9

LK10

COMMENT

0

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

1-2

Not a Valid address

1

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

1-2

1st or only board

2

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

1-2

2nd Board

3

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

1-2

4

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

1-2

5

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

1-2

6

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

1-2

7

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

1-2

8

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

2-3

9

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

2-3

10

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

2-3

11

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

2-3

12

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

2-3

13

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

2-3

14

OFF

ON

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4.2 P154 Prover Board The P154 dedicated prover interface card has been designed to work with compact or microprover, unidirectional and bi-directional provers, with 2 or 4 detector switches. In addition, it contains high resolution timing circuits so that dual chronometry methods can be utilized to increase the apparent resolution for instances when insufficient turbine pulses are present with the prover volume available. The prover board can also be used in master meter proving and supplies 32 Digital Inputs, 12 Digital Outputs, 2 Frequency (density) Inputs, and 4 hardware-assisted Pulse Outputs. There are no analog functions on the prover board. The backplate has three low density D-type connectors for field wiring. These connectors are labeled SKT-D, SKT-E, and SKT-F.

SKT-D RAW IN 1-3 DENSITY 1-2 SPHERE SWITCH 1-4 PLLIN RAW OUT SKT-E DIGIN 1-6 AND 17-32 DIGOUT 1-2 Pulse Outputs 1-4 SKT-F DIGIN 7-16 DIGOUT 3-12 DUAL PULSE 1-4 PLLOUT

Figure 4-19. Backplate with P154 Prover Board

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SKT D RAW PULSE + INPUT 1 RAW PULSE + INPUT 2 RAW PULSE + INPUT 3 PIM LOOP + INPUT + DENSITY 1 + DENSITY 2 -

SERVICE DIG IN 25 DIG IN 26 DIG IN 27 DIG IN 28 -

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COMMON + VE DIG IN 29 DIG IN 30 DIG IN 31 DIG IN 32 -

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PULSE OUT 2+ PULSE OUT 3+ PULSE OUT 4+ COMMON GND

DIG OUT 1+ DIG OUT 2+

1 14 2 15 3 16 8 20 9 21 10 22

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+ DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 1 + DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 2

+ DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 3 + DUAL PULSE - CHANNEL 4

Figure 4-20. P154 Prover Board Terminations

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4.2.1 Digital Inputs There are 32 optically-isolated Digital Inputs (DIGIN) per plug-in board. The digital inputs have been grouped into four banks of 4-off single ended inputs with one common feed. The sample period is 500 milliseconds. The DIGIN channels use the connectors labeled SKT-E and SKT-F, which are located on the backplate of the P154 board. The DIGIN pin connections are shown in Table 4-15 and Table 4-16. ™ Note: The return lines (Ex. pin 17 on SKT-E) must be connected to a 24 volts dc source. The DIGIN lines (Ex. pin 13 on SKT-E) expect typical “open collector” (referenced to GND) connections. Field wiring schematics are shown in Figure 4-8 and Figure 4-9 in Section 4.1.3. Table 4-15. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-E Pin 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

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Function DIGIN-CH1 DIGIN-CH2 DIGIN-CH3 DIGIN-CH4 RETURN CH1-4 DIGIN-CH5 DIGIN-CH6 DIGIN CH-17 DIGIN CH-18 DIGIN CH-19 DIGIN CH-20 RETURN CH-17-20 DIGIN CH-21 DIGIN CH-22 DIGIN CH-23 DIGIN CH-24 RETURN CH 21-24 DIGIN CH-25 DIGIN CH-26 DIGIN CH-27 DIGIN CH-28 RETURN CH 25-28 DIGIN CH-29 DIGIN CH-30 DIGIN CH-31 DIGIN CH-32 RETURN CH 29-32

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-16. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-F Pin 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7

Function DIGIN-CH7 DIGIN-CH8 RETURN CH5-8 DIGIN-CH9 DIGIN-CH10 DIGIN-CH11 DIGIN-CH12 RETURN CH9-12 DIGIN-CH13 DIGIN-CH14 DIGIN-CH15 DIGIN-CH16 RETURN CH13-16

4.2.2 Digital Outputs There are 12 digital output channels. The digital outputs (DIGOUT) are high current, open collector type. The maximum current rating is 100 mAmps at 24 volts dc. Output frequencies up to 0.5 Hz are possible. The DC polarity must be carefully checked. Use an external DC supply in series with the load. When using inductive loads, such as relay coils, place a diode across the load. The DIGOUT channels CH1 to CH2 are located on connector SKT-E, and channels CH3 and CH12 are located on connector SKT-F. The DIGOUT pin connections are shown Table 4-17 and Table 4-18. Field wiring schematics are shown in Figure 4-10 and Figure 4-11 in Section 4.1.4. Table 4-17. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-E Pin 36 37

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-18. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-F Pin 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

Function DIGOUT-CH3 DIGOUT-CH4 RETURN CH1-4 DIGOUT-CH5 DIGOUT-CH6 DIGOUT-CH7 DIGOUT-CH8 RETURN CH5-8 DIGOUT-CH9 DIGOUT-CH10 DIGOUT-CH11 DIGOUT-CH12 RETURN CH9-12

4.2.3 Turbine Pulse Inputs The four Pulse Inputs may be used either independently or in pairs of two. Generally, they are used for dual pulse measurement, such as turbine applications. In dual pulse mode, level A or B pulse checking can be enabled. Each input has an input range of 1 to 10 KHz. Each channel has live integrity checking. A circuit fail alarm is activated if cabling faults develop or the pre-amp power fails. The dual-pulse input pin connections are shown in Table 4-19. Field wiring schematics are shown in Figure 4-12 and Figure 4-13 in Section 4.1.5. Table 4-19. Dual-Pulse Input Pin Connections for SKT-F Pin 4 23 3 22 2 21 1 20

Function DUAL PULSE-CH1+ DUAL PULSE-CH1DUAL PULSE-CH2+ DUAL PULSE-CH2DUAL PULSE-CH3+ DUAL PULSE-CH3DUAL PULSE-CH4+ DUAL PULSE-CH4-

4.2.4 Pulse Outputs There are four programmable Pulse Outputs, typically used for electronic counters. The PULSEOUT pin connections are shown Table 4-20. Field wiring schematics are shown in Figure 4-14 in Section 4.1.6.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Table 4-20. PULSEOUT Pin Connections for SKT-E Pin 31 32 33 34 35

Function PULSEOUT-CH1 PULSEOUT-CH2 PULSEOUT-CH3 PULSEOUT-CH4 RETURN CH1-4

4.2.5 Frequency Inputs There are two Frequency Inputs, typically used for density transducer signals. Each input has an input range of 0 to 10 KHz. The frequency input pin connections are shown in Table 4-21. Field wiring schematics are shown in Figure 4-16 and Figure 4-17 in Section 4.1.8. Table 4-21. Frequency Input Pin Connections for SKT-D Pin 9 21 10 22

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4.2.6 P154 Prover Bit Links (Jumpers) The entries shown in boldface are the default configuration settings; these may not apply to your specific configuration. Table 4-22. P154 Prover Bit Links (Jumpers) Link

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ON Write Enable Write Protected OFF Node Address (see Table 4-23) LK2 ON Multiplexed mode (MUX) OFF LK11 ON Multiplexed mode (MUX) OFF MUX Address: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 LK3 ● LK4 ● LK5 ● LK6 ● LK7 ● LK8 ● LK9 ● LK10 1-2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2-3

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Altera Voltage LK12

1-2 3.465V 5V - Vcc 2-3 Raw Pulse Output Mode LK13/14 1-2 RS422 differential driver Open collector 2-3 Raw Pulse Input #3 – Line Determination LK15/16 ON Line determination resistors connected: +ve pulled up to Vcc and –ve down to 0V OFF Lines undetermined

Table 4-23. Node Addressing: Communications Mode Selection Node Addressing: Communications Mode Selection Mode Link 2 Link 11 Link 3-10 Point-to-point Multi-dropped Multiplexed (MUX)

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4.3 P188 HART Board HART communication is facilitated by way of a 12 channel I/O board. Each digital input channel is capable of handling up to 8 devices (up to 50 Transmitters in total). Point to point and multi-drop architectures are supported. The connections are made through two 25 pin D connectors located on the backplate of the P188 module. Socket A connects to a 25 pin Male connector; Socket B connects to a 25 pin Female connector. Refer to Table 4-24 and Table 4-25. Table 4-24. P188 HART Pin Connections (Socket A) Socket A Channel Number

Socket A Pin Number

Channel 1+ Channel 1Channel 2+ Channel 2Channel 3+ Channel 3Channel 4+ Channel 4Channel 5+ Channel 5Channel 6+ Channel 6Channel 7+ Channel 7Channel 8+ Channel 8-

1 14 2 15 3 16 4 17 5 18 6 19 7 20 8 21

Table 4-25. P188 HART Pin Connections (Socket B) Socket B Channel Number

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Figure 4-21. HART Device Beyond the IS Barrier

Figure 4-22. HART Device and Hand Held Communicator Beyond the IS Barrier

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Figure 4-23. HART Device without Hand Held Communicator

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SECTION 5 – FRONT PANEL This section discusses the front panel of the FloBoss S600, including the keypad, LCD display screen, communications port, and LED. This section also shows how to navigate the display screens. Section 5.1 Description

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5.1 Description The front panel of the FloBoss S600 provides a local interface so that the user may view or make changes to the values and status of parameters. The layout of the FloBoss S600 front panel is shown in Figure 5-1.

LCD Display F1 to F4 Keys

LED

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Figure 5-1. Front Panel

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 5.2 Front Panel Port This is an alternative connection for PC communications (Comm 2) and is used with the CONFIG 600 program to transfer configuration files. The port is located on the underside (bottom) of the front panel. It requires a six pin RJ-12 connector for EIA-232 (RS-232D) communications. The pinouts when using a six pin connector are shown in Table 5-1. The pinouts when using the 15 way D-type female connector are detailed in Table 3-7 in Section 3.3.4. Table 5-1. Front Panel Port Connections Pin

Function

1 2 3 4 5 6

RTS TX GND GND RX CTS

Figure 5-2. Front Panel Port Connections

5.3 Keypad The layout of the front panel keypad has been designed to make it easy to use and to reduce the possibility of error. The keys on the keypad are color-coded by type: ♦ Function = yellow. ♦ 4 Direction & Menu = dark green. ♦ Numeric = light green. ♦ Operation = dark green.

5.3.1 F Keys The top of the keypad has four function keys numbered F1 to F4. Each F key can be programmed as a shortcut to a frequently used display page. For the procedure to program a F key, refer to Section 5.9.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 5.3.2 4 Direction and Menu Keys The large, oval, 4 direction arrow key is located just below the Menu key. The 4 direction arrow key allows you to navigate the display matrix and select parameters or data items to view or change. Press the Menu key to return up one level of the display hierarchy. On a data page, this key returns you to the parent menu. On a menu page, the ▲ key will return you to the Main menu.

5.3.3 Numeric Keys The numeric keys occupy the lower part of the keypad. The numeric keys offer the full number set (0-9), decimal point (.), and a minus (-) key. ♦ Numeric 0 to 9 – Used to enter or change data and to navigate the display screens. ♦ Minus – Used to define the default display on the FloBoss S600 or to enter negative numbers and the decimal point when entering fractional numbers. The decimal point is also used to define shortcuts to access frequently used displays; refer to Section 5.8.

5.3.4 Operation Keys The Operation keys are used in conjunction with the Numeric keys to perform a variety of tasks, including: Exponent – The Expt key is used to enter numbers in scientific notation. Where the value to be entered exceeds the space available on the display (20 characters), it is necessary to express the data in exponential terms. Clear – The Clear key is used to cancel or exit from the current operation and return to the previous data display. Clear is also used to activate the default display (if configured). Display – The Disp key is used to enter the path of a required display. The path is shown on the Status/ID line at the bottom of every data page. Print – The Print key is used to display the print menu, where commands can be requested for various pre-configured reports or logs to a printer or computer terminal. Change – The Chng key is used to edit a displayed database item. Only items marked with an asterisk (*) are changeable. Enter – Used in combination with the numeric and Chng keys, the has been entered correctly and complete an operational sequence.

key is used to confirm the data

5.4 Alarm LED and Alarm Keys Between the F keys and the MENU key is the Alarm LED and two Alarm keys, View and Accept. During normal operation, with no alarm activated, the Alarm LED is green.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Alarms can be triggered when measurements exceed the pre-set limits for a parameter or when there is a malfunction. The alarm may be relayed to a terminal or klaxon in the Control Room. On the panel of the S600, a flashing red LED indicates an alarm, and the source of the alarm can be shown on the display. When an alarm is activated, the light flashes red until the cause for the alarm has been viewed and the Accept key has been pressed. Once acknowledged, the light shows a constant red until all the alarm conditions have been cleared. Press the View key to display the parameters that have triggered the alarm. The first line of the alarm display indicates the date and time of the alarm. Whilst the alarm remains unaccepted, the date is shown in inverse video. The second and third lines are used to describe where the alarm has been activated and its nature. The total number of alarms, accepted and unaccepted, is shown on the bottom line. When there is more than one alarm to be viewed, the display can be cycled around all the alarms, using the <up> or <down> keys. Press the Accept key to notify the S600 that you have viewed all the alarms and are prepared to acknowledge them all together. The inverse date on all the alarms then returns to normal video. Once an alarm condition is cleared, its alarm prompt is automatically cleared from the display. When all the alarms in the system have cleared, the Alarm light resets to a constant green. If the alarm LED is orange, refer to Section 8, Troubleshooting.

5.5 Display The LCD display offers eight lines of information displayed as alpha-numeric characters. An example of a typical display is shown below. 1. 2. 3. 4.

UVOL FR CVOL FR MASS FR ENERGY

Figure 5-3. LCD Display All eight lines of the display are used to show the available menu options, which are arranged in a hierarchy of menus and sub-menus. Each menu and associated sub-menu is allocated a number between 1 to 8 and can be selected using the numeric keys. An asterisk (*) before a menu option indicates that further sub-menus are available. A decimal point ( . ) before the menu option shows there is a data display page available and no further sub-menu.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Generally, each data display page shows one or more data item(s) from the FloBoss S600 database along with the associated text, units, and description. Which data items can be modified depends upon the database configuration. A changeable (Read Writable) data item is indicated by an asterisk (*) at the end of the display line. Prompts and messages appear when you enter or edit data items. Display lines without asterisks are Read Only. On the bottom line of every data display page is the Status/ID line. A typical Status/ID line is shown in Figure 5-4.

P1.1 <of 2> Figure 5-4. Status ID Line On the left-hand side of the Status/ID line is the Page Reference Number. For example, P1.1 followed by the number of associated data pages that can be navigated using the ◄ and ► keys. The Page Reference Number indicates the location of a data item on the FloBoss S600 displays. One way to understand the FloBoss S600 displays is to visualize the data items as if they were written on the exterior of a very large cylinder. The Page Reference Number calls out the column on the cylinder, followed by the row, in a “column.row” format. In addition, the Status/ID line indicates whether the flow computer is in Prove mode or Maintenance mode by displaying the characters P or M, respectively, on the right-hand side.

5.6 Navigating the Display From the Main menu, select the option you require with the appropriate numerical key. An asterisk (*) before a menu option indicates that further sub-menus are available. A decimal point ( . ) before the menu option shows that there is no further sub-menu. The Status/ID line on the bottom of the display changes as you move between data display pages. Use the ◄ or ► keys to view the previous or next display. The number of the current display is indicated after the decimal point on the Status/ID line. ™ NOTE: The ◄ key is also used as the delete/backspace key when entering or changing data. Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to move from the data display pages of one menu item to the data display pages of the previous or next menu item. An alternative method of selecting the required data page is to enter the unique page address using the Disp key. If you know the page reference number of the parameter (found in the Status/ID line) you wish to view, proceed as follows: 1. Press Disp followed by the Page Reference Number in the format of “column.row,” such as 1.3. 2. Press Enter. Rev Sep/04

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual If you only enter a single number, such as the column value, then the first cell of the row displays. To return to a higher level menu, press the Menu key. Repeatedly pressing the Menu key moves you up to the Main menu. If you are on a menu or data display page, you can return directly to the Main menu at any time (except during an edit sequence) by pressing the Menu key followed by the ▲ key. If you have pressed the Chng key and are therefore in an edit sequence, the Menu key will not respond until either Clear (to abort the change) or Enter (to complete the change) has been pressed. Refer to Appendix A for more information on navigating the front panel display screens.

5.7

Entering Data

Changing the value or mode of any displayed parameter is straightforward with the FloBoss S600. You can modify R/W numeric values and calculation modes using the Chng key. To enter the edit sequence: 1. Press the Chng key. If more than one asterisk is shown on a data display, the FloBoss S600

highlights the first object on the page. Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to move the highlight to the required point. 2. Press the Chng key again to change the data values. The system automatically determines whether

your assigned security level allows you to change the selected data. If not permitted, you will be requested to enter your security code. In order to prevent accidental re-configuration, certain essential data entry fields require confirmation. While in Change mode, the ◄ key can be used to delete digits or characters by backspacing over the displayed data. The Clear key can be pressed at any time to abort the current operation or task.

5.7.1 Changing a Value Locate the data display page of the parameter to be changed. If the value is changeable (R/W), the data is marked with an asterisk; if there is no asterisk, the data cannot be modified from the keypad. To change the value of a parameter, proceed as follows: ™ Note: Steps 1 and 2 will be skipped if only one data item is changeable on the required data page. 1. Press Chng on the required data page. 2. Select the required parameter using the ▲ or ▼ keys. 3. Press Chng and the prompt ENTER CODE: displays. 4. Key in your Security Code and press Enter (the security code number does not display, but each

digit is indicated by a dot as you key it in).

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 5. At the prompt ENTER NEW VALUE: key in the new value in integer, numeric, or scientific

notation as appropriate (the current value and any entry limits associated with this parameter are also shown). 6. Press Enter to confirm.

The edit sequence is automatically exited on accepting or rejecting the value change if only one data item is changeable on the data page. If necessary, you can edit the new data as you key it in. Enter Change mode and use the ◄ key to delete single figures or characters. If you wish to abort the change, press Clear. Deleting or cancelling the change to the parameter should be done before pressing Enter. The Enter command confirms that you wish the change to be written.

5.7.2 Changing Mode To select a new calculation mode, the key sequence is similar to changing a value. The calculation modes select a new source for a value; it will switch the value to the In-Use field. Locate the parameter to be changed using one of the methods described under Section 5.6 If the mode is changeable, the mode is marked with an asterisk; if there is no asterisk, the mode cannot be modified. ™ Note: Steps 1 and 2 will be skipped if only one data item is changeable on the required data page. 1. Press Chng on the required data page. 2. Select the required parameter using the ▲ or ▼ keys. 3. Press Chng and the prompt ENTER CODE: displays. 4. Key in your Security Code, and press Enter (the security code number does not display but each

digit is indicated by a dot as you key it in). 5. At the prompt, select the required mode by using the appropriate numerical key (1 to 8). 6. A second mode change window displays asking for confirmation. Press 1 to accept or 2 to reject

the mode change. The edit sequence is automatically exited on accepting or rejecting the mode change if only one data item is changeable on the data page. The Clear key enables you to cancel the mode change to the parameter, if necessary.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 5.7.3 Security Code Some operations at the front panel display will require the user to enter their security code. Use the password that was assigned to you for access to the FloBoss S600. Each user is allocated a security level between 0 (highest) and 9 (lowest). The security levels determine which data you will be able to change. Level 0 is reserved and cannot be set as a login level for users. The security level can be assigned or modified for each user from within CONFIG 600 software.

5.8 Assigning a Default Page To define the default display using the Minus key: 1. Go to the required data display page. 2. Press the Minus key. 3. Press the Minus key again to confirm.

To clear the default display, go to a menu page and repeat steps 2 and 3. To invoke the default display, use the Clear key. Note that the Clear key will not work while in Edit mode.

5.9 Assigning a Page to a Function Key To assign a data page to a Function key (F1, F2, F3, or F4): 1. Go to the required display page. 2. Press the Decimal Point key. 3. Press the desired F key (F1, F2, F3, or F4) to which the display page is to be assigned.

Once programmed, an F key cannot be unassigned unless the SRAM is cleared or the FloBoss S600 is cold started. However, you can re-assign a F key to a different display page.

5.10 Using the Exponential Key The Expt key allows you to enter parameters in scientific notation. The displayed value will be shown in scientific notation if it can not be displayed as a normal number. The data value can be forced to always display in scientific notation from within Config 600 software. For information, refer to the Config 600 User Manual or on-line help. To enter an exponential value: 1. Key in the value. 2. Press the Expt key (an E appears on the display) and then enter the required power. 3. Press the Enter key.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual For example, to enter the figure 0.00000009 as an exponential value: Key in 9.0 or 9, press Expt, enter -8 (to represent the power), and press Enter to confirm.

5.11 Using the Print Key By default the FloBoss S600 is configured to output reports to a serial printer or a terminal. The Print key is used to generate either a constant log or pre-configured reports. The following reports can be requested: Constants Log – Lists all the constant parameters and values that are available for change from the display. Display Dump – Lists the whole display matrix. Security Dump – Lists the whole display matrix, along with the current security levels assigned to data items. All Alarms – Lists all possible alarms that can be generated by the alarm system on this configuration. Current Report – Lists the current report as configured, normally this would consist of the meter run totals. Config Report – Lists the configuration-specific parameters, including any configured installed calculation sets. Archived Reports – Lists all archived reports, sorted by time and date. Current Alarms – Lists all the acknowledged and un-acknowledged alarms currently set in the flow computer in separate chronological lists. Modbus Maps – Lists the Modbus maps stored in the FloBoss S600 that are assigned to a telemetry link.

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SECTION 6 – WEB SERVER ACCESS This section describes the web server access capabilities of the FloBoss S600. The S600 unit can be accessed over its Ethernet communications port by any PC with Windows® Internet Explorer® version 6 or greater and internet access. The S600 unit must have VxWorks firmware version 04.01 or greater, and the configuration in the unit must have been created by Config 600 software version 1.4 or greater. ™ NOTE: Alternate web browsers may also work. However, Windows® Internet Explorer® version 6 or greater is recommended for full features. The web server access will allow the user to view reports, displays, and diagnostics. The number of items available for viewing is dependent on the user’s security access level. Some values and statuses are read/writable and may be modified from the web server access. Whether items may be modified from the web server access is also subject to the security level access of the user. Section 6.1 How to Access the FloBoss S600

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6.1 How to Access the FloBoss S600 If no users are currently logged on to the FloBoss S600 through the front panel display, the FloBoss S600 may be accessed by a web connection. There is always only one point of control. If a user is logged in to the web browser, you will not be able to change data from the front panel. If you are logged in via the front panel, you will only be able to view data until the front panel user is logged off. The standard or optional second Ethernet communications port may be used for the connection. 1. On a PC currently connected to the internet, open the Windows Internet Explorer browser (version

6 and greater). 2. In the Address bar of the browser, type in the IP Address of the FloBoss S600 unit.

To learn the IP address of the Ethernet port on the S600 unit, use the front panel display. From the startup menu, select Network Setup > Network I/F 1 > TCP/IP Address 1 or 2. 3. A dialog box will appear that asks for your user name and password (security code).

Use the same password that you would use for access to the PCSetup Editor. The passwords are established in the configuration. If you are unsure of your user name or password, check with the person who created the configuration for your application. The security level assigned to your security code will determine how many options are available on the web access interface. 4. Click OK.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 6.2 How to Navigate the Web Server Interface The web browser interface allows the user to view reports and data from the front panel display screens. Navigation of the interface is acheived through two navigation bars. Elements of the database are in a menu bar at the top of the screen. When an element is selected from the menu bar, a hierarchy tree menu appears in the navigation bar on the left side of the browser. From this hierarchy menu, you may select which screen of data points to view.

Menu Bar Hierarchy Menu

Figure 6-1. Reports Menu (Event Archive Screen Shown) Many of the screens present the data points in a format identical to the front panel display. Refer to Figure 6-2. To view related data point screens, use the navigational arrows at the bottom of the screen.

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Navigational Arrows

Figure 6-2. Operator Menu (Density Source Screen Shown)

Figure 6-3. Prover Data Menu (Prover I/O Screen Shown) Some of the screens allow the viewer to interact with the FloBoss S600 unit. If the text appears in bold, the data is changable. If the text appears in red, the object is in an alarm state. Modifications to the screen will be sent to the FloBoss S600 unit as they are made.

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Figure 6-4. Alarms Menu To close a screen, select another element from the menu bar or another screen from the hierarchy menu. To close the web server access link, use the Log Off button in the menu bar and close the browser. Â&#x2122; NOTE: Exercise CAUTION. Due to the caching mechanism on many internet browser applications, please remember to close the browser on your PC. This will ensure the browser does not remember the FloBoss S600 details.

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SECTION 7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; STARTUP This section describes the various procedures for starting and restarting the FloBoss S600 unit. Section

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7.1 Starting the FloBoss S600 After the FloBoss S600 has been wired for power and connected to external devices, it may be activated by energizing the external 24 volts dc power supply. When power is first applied, the FloBoss S600 automatically performs an initialization sequence, including a self-test routine. The unit displays the message RESETTING. A warm start will automatically be performed.

7.2 Warm Start A warm start does not affect the configuration memory (SRAM). The FloBoss S600 will continue operation, using the data stored in the configuration memory just before the restart occurred. Any current accumulated values and on-line changes that have not been saved will be preserved. During a warm start, the FloBoss S600 displays the message RESTARTING. Following a successful warm start, the Main menu displays. The Main menu is the starting point of the display screens. For information on navigating the display screens, refer to Section 5. If a valid configuration can not be found, the FloBoss S600 will not warm start. It will instead go to the Startup menu. Please refer to Section 7.4 for details.

7.3 Cold Start During a cold start, the configuration file is copied from Flash and replaces any on-line changes that have been made to the configuration files since the last ones sent (downloaded) from a PC running Config 600 software or since the last backup. During a cold start, an option of keeping or resetting the cumulative totals is also given. You can only keep totals if the structure of the database has not been changed.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual A cold start is used after sending a new configuration to the FloBoss S600 or to recover from extreme situations, such as a corrupted database. A cold start builds a new metering database, using the configuration data stored in the Flash memory of the FloBoss S600. A cold start must also be performed if the firmware has been updated or changed.

7.3.1 How to Initiate a Cold Start You can initiate a Cold Start of the FloBoss S600 using one of two methods.

7.3.1.1 No Power Applied If the FloBoss S600 is NOT powered up, you may set Bit Link LK13 on the P152 CPU board to the closed (cold start) position and then apply power to the unit. This will cause the Startup menu to appear. Â&#x2122; NOTE: Exercise CAUTION. When setting the cold start jumper, keep in mind that this setting

will also be used when the FloBoss S600 self starts for any reason, such as a low-voltage shutdown or recovery from a malfunction. Ensure the cold start jumper setting is removed when not required; otherwise, an unplanned restart could result in lost data. 1. Select the COLD START command from the Startup menu. The Startup menu is shown in

Figure 7-1. 2. Press 1 or 2 to keep or reset the totals. 3. Press 1 to confirm and the following message displays:

CONFIGURING - PLEASE WAIT A new database is then built using the configuration files held in the Flash memory. Once completed, the FloBoss S600 Main menu displays.

7.3.1.2 Power Applied and FloBoss S600 Operating On a running FloBoss S600, you must set the run mode to Cold Start. Â&#x2122; NOTE: The sequence of keys to access the SYSTEM STATUS page may vary on the displays for your application. 1. From the Main menu, select the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu. 2. Select the SYSTEM STATUS sub-menu. 3. Press the Chng button. 4. When the prompt Enter Code: displays, key in your Security Code. 5. Press 1 to select Cold Start, and press 1 again to confirm. 6. The FloBoss S600 unit should now perform a reset. If the display has not changed after 30

seconds, power down the FloBoss S600, wait a minimum of five seconds, and then re-apply power. 7. This will cause the Startup menu to appear. Follow the steps in Section 7.3.1.1.

A new database is then built using the configuration files held in the Flash memory.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Once completed, the FloBoss S600 Main menu displays.

7.4 Startup Menu If the FloBoss S600 has completed its start-up initialization sequence and has not automatically warm started, the FloBoss S600 Startup menu displays. Refer to Figure 7-1. ™ NOTE: After modifying any data in the startup menu, a power cycle may be required.

1. WARM START 2. COLD START 3. NETWORK SETUP 4. REFLASH FIRMWARE 5. 6. 7. 8. FACTORY SETUP

Figure 7-1. Startup Menu The FloBoss S600 Startup menu options include: ♦ Warm Start – This selection restarts a previously configured FloBoss S600 where it left off prior to being powered down. ♦ Cold Start – This is used to build a new metering database on the FloBoss S600 using the configuration files stored in Flash memory. ♦ Network Setup – This is used to configure the TCP/IP, Gateway and Modbus addresses. For more information, refer to Section 7.5. ♦ Reflash Firmware – This is used to reprogram the FloBoss S600 operating system firmware stored in Flash memory. For more information, refer to Section 8.3. ♦ Factory Setup – This is used to perform Clear SRAM, and Format Flash procedures, as well as other settings to be changed under instruction from the factory. For more information, refer to Section 8.

7.5 Network Setup The Network Setup option allows you to define the TCP/IP Ethernet, Gateway, and Modbus network addresses. Prior to any network communications, the necessary network settings should be set. These parameters can only be viewed or changed via the Startup menu.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual These settings are kept in a separate area of the SRAM database and will be retained following the sending of a configuration to the FloBoss S600 unit. When any Modbus slave configuration builder has an address of zero specified, the Modbus port will be configured with the address entered here. This is typically used when the same configuration file is loaded into multiple FloBoss S600 flow computers on the same Modbus network; thus, giving each FloBoss S600 a unique node address. To define the Modbus network addresses: 1. Select NETWORK SETUP from the Startup menu. 2. Select the Modbus Address option. 3. Enter the address value (a maximum value of 247 is permitted).

If the Modbus address has been changed, restart the FloBoss S600 for the change to take place. Before establishing an Ethernet LAN connection (for host communications, local operator communications, or web server access), you will need to verify and/or define the TCP/IP Address. To define the Ethernet LAN network addresses: 1. Select NETWORK SETUP from the Startup menu. 2. Select the TCP/IP Interface option. 3. Enter the TCP/IP Gateway Address and subnet mask for the selected infterface (1 or 2).

Network I/F 1 is for the standard Ethernet port. Network I/F 2 is for the Dual Ethernet port.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual SECTION 8 – TROUBLESHOOTING This section provides instructions for maintaining and troubleshooting the FloBoss S600. If you are still experiencing difficulties after using the troubleshooting procedures in this section, please contact your local sales representative or Flow Computer Division technical support. Section 8.1 Troubleshooting Guidelines

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When you are attempting to diagnose a problem with a FloBoss S600 unit: ♦ Remember to write down what steps you have taken, ♦ Note the order in which you remove components, ♦ Note the orientation of the components before you modify or remove them, ♦ Read and follow all Cautions in this manual. Before contacting your local sales representative or technical support with a problem, first check the following: ♦ Check that all the plug-in boards are seated correctly and the retaining screws are fastened. ♦ Check that all the field wiring is properly connected. ♦ Check the supply voltage. When you are done troubleshooting, perform a warm start or cold start. Refer to Section 7. If you are instructed by your local sales representative or technical support to return the FloBoss S600 unit, replace the troubled parts with spares and return the troubled parts to the address given by the local sales representative or technical support.

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8.2.1 Power Issues If you are experiencing trouble with powering up the FloBoss S600: ♦ Check the wiring connections at Terminal Block TB1 on the P152 CPU backplate and the wiring at the power source. ♦ Check the power supply voltage. ♦ Check the fuse on the P152 CPU board. Refer to Section 8.3.4.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 8.2.2 Startup Menu If “RESETTING”, “RESTARTING”, or the Startup menu do not appear on the display: ♦ Check the power supply voltage. ♦ Check the fuse on the P152 CPU board. Refer to Section 8.3.4. If the Startup menu appears instead of the Main menu after initialization, press the Warm start button. If a warm start does not occur: ♦ Check the bit link LK13 on the P152 CPU board. If it is in the closed (cold start) position, then move it into the open (warm start) position to allow a warm start. This will allow the unit to bypass the Startup menu in future. ♦ Check for a valid configuration. If no configuration is present, refer to Section 8.3.2. ♦ Check whether a Clear SRAM command has been issued.

8.2.3 Front Panel Lighting If the Front Panel display is not backlit: ♦ Check connector (J2) between front panel and main board. ♦ Check the display for text and numbers. If the screen is entirely blank, contact your local sales representative or technical support.

8.2.4 Front Panel LED If the LED on the Front panel indicates alarm and malfunction states: ♦ If the LED is green, then the FloBoss S600 is functioning correctly. ♦ If the LED is red, an alarm state exists. Refer to Section 5.4 for more information on Alarms. ♦ If the LED is orange, power down, remove and reseat the boards, and then re-apply power to the FloBoss S600. ™ NOTE: The LED will be orange while at the Startup menu. If it is still orange when the configuration is running, contact your local sales representative or technical support.

8.2.5 I/O LED If the red or green LEDs on the backplate of the I/O boards do not blink while operating: ♦ Check the I/O board connections. Power down, remove and reseat the I/O board, and then re-apply power. ♦ Check the front panel display and LED. If they are not lit, you may have a power issue. ♦ Check with the person who configured the unit whether you have the correct I/O boards fitted. ♦ Check from Main menu of the running configuration for any Bad Tx or Bad Rx messages. Select TECH/ENGINEER > COMMUNICATIONS > SERIAL PORTS > PORT 8.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 8.2.6 I/O Fail Message If the front panel displays an I/O Fail message: ♦ Check the bit link settings on the I/O boards. ♦ Check the I/O field wiring connections. ♦ Check the I/O boards are seated and secured.

8.2.7 Serial Communications If you are experiencing troubles with a serial communications connection (EIA-232, EIA-422, or EIA485): ♦ Check to make sure power is applied to the FloBoss S600 unit. ♦ Check the wiring to the termination block or connector. Refer to Section 3. ♦ Check the communication port settings from the front panel display. ♦ Check the Modbus address.

8.3 Procedures 8.3.1 Reflash Firmware The Reflash Firmware option allows you to reprogram the Flash memory with new values for the operating system components and the application firmware.

Under no circumstances should you allow the FloBoss S600 to be turned off while it is erasing or reprogramming the Flash memory. Doing so will render the FloBoss S600 unusable. Should this occur, the FloBoss S600 must have a basic version of the VxWorks binary file loaded from the BIOS chip. The correct version of the VxWorks binary and configuration files would also then need to be reloaded. To reprogram the Flash memory: 1. Access the Startup menu on the front panel of the FloBoss S600. Refer to Section 7.3.1. 2. Select the REFLASH FIRMWARE command from the Startup menu. 3. Press 1 to confirm, and the following message displays:

PERFORM CONFIG 600 FLASH COMMAND NOW 4. From Config 600, enter the Transfer program, select the required vxworks.bin file and click on

Send Now to download it to the FloBoss S600. 5. The following message displays on the front panel:

RECEIVING BINARY FILE Once the file has been successfully sent (downloaded), the front panel displays the message: RECEIVED OK

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Â&#x2122; NOTE: Do NOT proceed if the message FLASH FAILED displays. Remove the power connector for 5 seconds and re-apply power. The FloBoss S600 will return to the startup menu. 6. The FloBoss S600 proceeds to erase and reprogram the Flash memory, and displays the following

message: RESETTING - PLEASE WAIT The FloBoss S600 then restarts; if the FloBoss S600 has not restarted after 30 seconds, remove the power connector for 5 seconds to return to the startup menu.

8.3.2 Send and Reflash Config File To reflash the configuration data: 1. From the Config 600 software, select the Transfer Data option. 2. Choose the Comm port connected to the FloBoss S600. Default parameters for serial ports are

38400 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no parity. Â&#x2122; NOTE: Configurations can also be transferred via Ethernet, as well as by the serial communications port. 3. Select the configuration you require, then select the sections you desire to transfer to the FloBoss

S600. 4. Click on Send Now to download to the FloBoss S600.

Once completed, the FloBoss S600 will restart and the Startup menu displays.

8.3.3 Clear SRAM The Factory Setup options on the Startup menu include Clear SRAM and Format Flash. These options should only be used under instruction from factory personnel in the event of a problem. The Clear SRAM option is used to clear out the FloBoss S600 by overwriting the SRAM area. All battery-backed configuration data will be lost, including system configuration data, process configuration data, metering totalizers, and network settings. Following a Clear SRAM command, the FloBoss S600 will restart and return to the Startup menu. The FloBoss S600 will not be able to warm start again until a full configuration is sent from a PC running Config 600 software. To clear the SRAM: 1. Select FACTORY SETUP from the FloBoss S600 Startup menu. 2. Select the CLEAR SRAM command. 3. Press 1 to confirm. The following message displays:

COMMUNICATIONS LINK FAILURE 4. If after 30 seconds the display has not changed, reboot the FloBoss S600 (power down, wait five

seconds, and then repower). Once completed, the FloBoss S600 Startup menu displays.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 8.3.4 Changing the Fuse The fuse is located in a clip-in type holder on the P144 CPU module.

Fuse

Figure 8-1. Fuse Location To change a suspect fuse, proceed as follows: 1. Switch off power. 2. Unscrew and remove the CPU module. 3. Use only light pressure to extract the fuse. 4. Check the fuse and, if necessary, replace it with a 20 mm x 5 mm 2.5 Amp anti-surge fuse only.

The use of a fuse with a higher current rating invalidates the warranty on the FloBoss S600. 5. Replace the fuse and check it is secure before replacing the CPU module into the case. 6. Replace the plug connectors. 7. Switch on the power supply.

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APPENDIX A â&#x20AC;&#x201C; FRONT PANEL NAVIGATION This section describes the default menu options of the FloBoss S600 front panel display. The layout and navigation basics of the FloBoss S600 front panel are described in Section 6. The FloBoss S600 software system is organized as a structured database of parameters, such as TOTALS, I/O, and CALCULATIONS. The database groups the parameters logically by data points in a matrix of display screens. For example, the parameters used for averaging totals are grouped together. Â&#x2122; NOTE: The content of the display screens is application-specific. Although details may vary between different applications, the principle described is the same. Refer to your Application Manual for details of parameters installed in your FloBoss S600. The defaults for the screens described in this section assumed a configuration with two stations (Gas EU and Liquid EU) and four streams (Gas Turbine, Gas DP, Liquid Coriolis, and Prover Ball). The Gas DP stream is assigned to station 1, and the Liquid Coriolis is assigned to station 2. As mentioned in the note above, please apply the example of navigation presented here to your application which may vary. That is to say, if your application has fewer stations and more streams, you will see more stream choices and fewer station choices than this example shows. Also, if you have different types of streams, you will see parameters and submenu choices not listed here.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual A.2 Flow Rates Menu The parameters in this group are all used in calculating the various flow rates. If one of the streams is a prover, the stream will not appear on this menu. Main > Flow Rates Menu 1* Station 1 2* Station 2 3* Stream 1 4* Stream 2 5* Stream 3 6. Stream 4

Flow Rates Submenus Station 1 (Gas EU)

Station 2 (Liquid EU)

Stream 1 (Gas Turbine)

Stream 2 (Gas DP)

Stream 3 (Liquid Coriolis)

Stream 4 (Prover Ball)

1. STN01 UVOL FR 2. STN01 CVOL FR 3. STN01 MASS FR 4. STN01 ENERGY FR

1. STN02 UVOL FR 2. STN02 CVOL FR 3. STN02 MASS FR 4. STN02 ENERGY FR

1. STR01 UVOL FR 2. STR01 CVOL FR 3. STR01 MASS FR 4. STR01 ENERGY FR

1. STR02 UVOL FR 2. STR02 CVOL FR 3. STR02 MASS FR 4. STR02 ENERGY FR

1. STR03 UVOL FR 2. STR03 CVOL FR 3. STR03 MASS FR 4. STR03 CHECK FLOWRATE

[Empty Screen]

NOTE: FR in this menu structure refers to Flow Rate.

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A.3 Totals Menu The parameters in this group are all used in calculating the various totals. If one of the streams is a prover, the stream will not appear on this menu. Main > Totals Menu 1* Station 1 2* Station 2 3* Stream 1 4* Stream 2 5* Stream 3 6* Stream 4

Totals Submenus (Options 1-3) Station 1 (Gas EU)

Station 2 (Liquid EU)

Stream 1 (Gas Turbine)

1. STN01 UVOL 2. STN01 CVOL 3. STN01 MASS 4. STN01 ENERGY 5. STN01 UVOL FAULT 6. STN01 CVOL FAULT 7. STN01 MASS FAULT 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. STN01 ENERGY FAULT 3. STN01 FWD UVOL 4. STN01 FWD CVOL

1. STN02 FWD MASS 2. STN02 FWD ENERGY 3. STN02 REV UVOL 4. STN02 REV CVOL 5. STN02 REV MASS 6. STN02 REV ENERGY 7. STN02 FWD PREM 8. STN02 REV PREM

1. STR01 UVOL 2. STR01 CVOL 3. STR01 MASS 4. STR01 ENERGY 5. STR01 UVOL FAULT 6. STR01 CVOL FAULT 7. STR01 MASS FAULT 8. STR01 ENERGY FAULT

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Totals Submenus (Options 4-6) Stream 2 (Gas DP)

Stream 3 (Liquid Coriolis)

Stream 4 (Prover Ball)

1. STR02 FWD UVOL 2. STR02 FWD CVOL 3. STR02 FWD MASS 4. STR02 FWD ENERGY 5. STR02 REV UVOL 6. STR02 REV CVOL 7. STR02 REV MASS 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. STR02 REV ENERGY 3. STR02 FWD PREM 4. STR02 REV PREM

1. STR03 FWD UVOL 2. STR03 FWD CVOL 3. STR03 FWD MASS 4. STR03 FWD CHK 5. STR03 REV UVOL 6. STR03 REV CVOL 7. STR03 REV MASS 8. STR03 REV CHK

[Empty Screen]

A.4 Operator Menu The parameters in this group are values and statuses the user will generally wish to view when monitoring the operation of the FloBoss S600. Main > Operator Menu 1* Station 1 2* Station 2 3* Stream 1 4* Stream 2 5* Stream 3 6* Stream 4 7* IO Board 1 8. NEXT 1. PREVIOUS 2* IO Board 2 3* IO Board 3 4* IO Board 4

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Operator Submenus (Options 1-6) Station 1 (Gas EU)

Station 2 (Liquid EU)

Stream 1 (Gas Turbine)

Stream 2 (Gas DP)

Stream 3 (Liquid Coriolis)

Stream 4 (Prover Ball)

1. MOLES 2. AVE T&P 3. STAT& CTRL 4. DENSITOMETER

1. AVE T&P 2. STAT& CTRL

1. COMPOSITION 2. SETUP 3. STATUS 4. METER SETUP 5. METERING IO 6. CALCULATED DATA 7. AVERAGE DATA 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2* VALVES 3* DENSITOMETERS

1. COMPOSITION 2. STREAM SETUP 3. STREAM STATUS 4. METER SETUP 5. METERING IO 6. CALCULATED DATA 7. FWD AVE DATA 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. REV AVG DATA 3* VALVES 4* DENSITOMETERS

1. PROVED DATA 2. SETUP 3. STATUS 4. METER SETUP 5. METERING IO 6. CALCULATED DATA 7. FWD AVE DATA 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. REV AVE DATA 3. IP2 DATA 4* VALVES 5* DENSITOMETERS

1. PROVER IO 2. RUN CTRL 3. RUN STATUS 4. CONSTANTS 5. STREAM DATA 6. HALF RUN 7. FULL RUN 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. FINAL RUN 3* VALVES 4* DENSITOMETERS

Valves Submenus (for Streams 1-4 menus) 1. INLET VALVES 2. OUTLET VALVES Densitometers Submenus (for Station 1 and Streams 1-4 menus)

NOTES: AVE T&P refers to the average temperature and pressure parameters. STAT&CTRL refers to status and control parameters. Operator Submenus (Options 7-4) IO Board 1

IO Board 2

IO Board 3

IO Board 4

1. I/O01 PID LOOP 1 2. I/O01 PID LOOP 2 3. I/O01 PID LOOP 3 4. I/O01 PID LOOP 4

1. I/O02 PID LOOP 1 2. I/O02 PID LOOP 2 3. I/O02 PID LOOP 3 4. I/O02 PID LOOP 4

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual A.5 Plant I/O Menu The parameters in this group are the values, limits and status of the field I/O. Main > Plant I/O Menu 1* Analog Inputs 2* PRT/RTD Inputs 3* Frequency Inputs 4* Pulse Inputs 5* Digital I/Os 6* Analog Outputs 7* Pulse Outputs 8* Prover Switches

Plant I/O Submenus (Options 1-4) Analog Inputs

PRT/RTD Inputs

Frequency Inputs

Pulse Inputs

1. ADC 01 - ADC01 2. ADC 02 – ADC02 3. ADC 03 – ADC03 4. ADC 04 – ADC04 5. ADC 05 – ADC05 6. ADC 06 – ADC06 7. ADC 07 – ADC07 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. ADC 08 – ADC08 3. ADC 09 – ADC09 4. ADC 10 – ADC10 5. ADC 11 – ADC11 6. ADC 12 – ADC12 7. ADC 13 – ADC01 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. ADC 14 – ADC02 3. ADC 15 – ADC03

1. PRT 01 – PRT01 2. PRT 02 – PRT02 3. PRT 03 – PRT03 4. PRT 04 – PRT01 5. PRT 05 – PRT02 6. PRT 06 – PRT03

1. FREQ 01 – FRQ01 2. FREQ 02 – FRQ02 3. FREQ 03 – FRQ03 4. FREQ 04 – FRQ01 5. FREQ 05 – FRQ02 6. FREQ 06 – FRQ03

1 PIP 01 – PIP01 2. PIP 02 – PIP02

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual 4. ADC 16 – ADC04 5. ADC 17 – ADC05 6. ADC 18 – ADC 06 7. ADC 19 – ADC 07 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. ADC 20 – ADC08 3. ADC 21 – ADC09 4. ADC 22 – ADC10 5. ADC 23 – ADC11 6. ADC 24 – ADC12

Plant I/O Submenus (Options 5-8) Digital I/Os

Analog Outputs

Pulse Outputs

Prover Switches

1. DIGITAL IO 01 2. DIGITAL IO 02 3. DIGITAL IO 03 4. DIGITAL IO 04

1. DAC 01 – DAC01 2. DAC 02 – DAC02 3. DAC 03 – DAC03 4. DAC 04 – DAC04 5. DAC 05 – DAC01 6. DAC 06 – DAC02 7. DAC 07 – DAC03 8. DAC 08 – DAC04

1. POP 01 – POP01 2. POP 02 – POP02 3. POP 03 – POP03 4. POP 04 – POP04 5. POP 05 – POP05 6. POP 06 – POP01 7. POP 07 – POP02 8 NEXT 1 PREVIOUS 2. POP 08 – POP03 3. POP 09 – POP04 4. POP 10 – POP05 5. POP 11 – POP01 6. POP 12 – POP02 7. POP 13 – POP03 8. POP 14 – POP04

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual A.6 System Settings Menu The parameters in this group are all used in report gathering or maintenance of the FloBoss S600. The Unit Setup submenu contains the parameters regarding the Units of Measure. Main > System Settings Menu 1* Unit Setup 2. Report Setup 3. Alarm Setup 4. Maintenance Mode 5. Totals Reset 6. System Status 7. Software Version

System Settings Submenu Unit Setup 1. Conversions 2. Setup

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual A.7 Tech/Engineer Menu The parameters in this group are for advanced users or factory personnel. The Date & Time menu option sets the format for reporting the date and time. The Security menu option sets the security parameters. Main > Tech / Engineer Menu 1. Display Setup 2. Contrast 3. Date & Time 4. Display Test 5. Security 6* Communications

Tech / Engineer Submenu Communications 1* Serial Ports 3.* Assignment Communications > Serial Ports Submenu 1. PORT 01 2. PORT 02 3. PORT 03 4. PORT 04 5. PORT 05 6. PORT 06 7. PORT 07 8. PORT 08 Communications > Assignment Submenu 1. MODBUS ADDRESS 2. EFM SLAVE LINK 3. SLAVE LINK 4. CORIOLIS LINK 5. PRINTER Rev Sep/04

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual A.8 Calculations Menu The parameters in this group are all used in and resulting from calculations and are further subgrouped as parameters relating to the values going into the calculations (input) and results of the calculations (output). Main > Calculations Menu 1* Station 1 2* Station 2 3* Stream 1 4* Stream 2 5* Stream 3 6* Stream 4

Calculations Submenus Station 1 (Gas EU)

Station 2 (Liquid EU)

Stream 1 (Gas Turbine)

Stream 2 (Gas DP)

Stream 3 (Liquid Coriolis)

Stream 4 (Prover Ball)

[Empty Screen]

[Empty Screen]

1* AGA7 2* AGA8 3* ISO6976 4* KF/MF LIN

1* DOWN/UP CORR 2* PIPE CORRECTION 3* AGA8 4* ISO5167 5* ISO6976

1* IP2 2* KF LINEARISATION

[Empty Screen]

Stream 1, 2, &3 > AGA7, AGA8, ISO6976, ISO5167, KF/MF LIN, KF Linearisation, Down/up Corr, Pipe Correction, and IP2 Submenus 1. INPUTS 2. OUTPUTS

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual GLOSSARY A ADC – Analog to Digital Converter, also known as A/D Converter. Address – A character, or group of characters, used in order to identify a particular item, e.g. particular area of memory or particular computer on a communication link with many computers. AGA – American Gas Association. Alphanumeric – Consisting of only the letters A to Z and the numerals 0 to 9. Analog – A signal that has no defined steps, its value being determined by its size. ANIN – Analog input, also known as AI. ANOUT – Analog output, also known as AO.

B Baud – Refers to the rate of serial data transfer, e.g. baud rate of 10 = 10 bits per second. Binary – Numbers in base 2, i.e. only numbers 0 and 1 are used. Bit – A binary digit. Bit Link - A metal bridge that closes an electrical circuit. Typically, a bit link consists of a plastic plug that fits over a pair of protruding pins. By placing a bit link plug over a different set of pins, you can change a board's parameters. Also known as jumpers. Bitswitch – Switches that represent data bits by on or off state. Buffer – A device inserted between devices to match impedance, equipment speeds or to supply additional drive capability. Bus – One or more conductors used as a path over which information is transmitted. Byte – Block of 8 bits, can define 256 states (0 thru 255).

C Cold Start – The FloBoss S600 unit starts and the configuration file is copied from flash. CONFIG 600 Software – Tool for configuring the FloBoss S600. Constants – Numbers which are only infrequently changed. Control Bus – Bus Connections for Control Signals, e.g. Read/Write.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual CPU – P152 Central Processing Unit module. Current Loop – Serial Communication Technique (0mA/20mA). CV – Calorific Value calculated using AGA5 or ISO6976.

D DAC – Digital to Analog Converter, also known as D/A Converter. Databus – A group of bi-directional lines capable of transferring data to and from the CPU storage and peripheral devices. DCU – Data Concentrator Unit. DI – Digital input. Also known as DIGIN. Digital – A signal that has only two states e.g. On/Off

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DO – Digital output. Also known as DIGOUT. DP – Differential Pressure. DPR – Dual Pulse Receiver or turbine input. DRAM – Dynamic Random Access Memory. Volatile storage memory used by the FloBoss S600. When power is removed from the FloBoss S600, the contents of the DRAM memory are assumed to be lost.

E Ethernet – Network hardware connection. Exponent – Base 10 Multiplier.

F Flash Memory – Non-volatile storage memory. Although slower to access than SRAM and DRAM, once its contents have been programmed, it requires no further attention to support that data. The configuration files and operating system are kept here. Write protect jumpers are used to prevent accidental programming of this memory. FRQ – Frequency or period input.

H Hex – Hexadecimal. Numbers in base 16, i.e. numbers 0 to 9 and letters A to F are used.

I, J, K Integer – A whole number.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Intelligent I/O – P144 Intelligent Input Output module, also known as IIO. I/O – Input and Output. IP – Institute of Petroleum or Ingress protection standard, refer to British standard 5420 or International Electro-Technical commission standard 144. IPL 600 – Interactive program loader tool for transferring application programs from the PC to the FloBoss S600. IS – Intrinsically Safe.

L LED – Light Emitting Diode (an indicator).

M Mantissa – Numerically significant part of a floating point number. Modbus – Modbus is the communication protocol utilized on the station supervisory computer data link. Modem – Modulator Demodulator. Modulate – The superimposing of one signal upon another. Multiplexor – Multiple Input Selector.

N Noise – Random Electrical Interference. Non-Volatile Memory – Memory type that retains data when the power supply is disconnected.

O Object - Generally, any item that can be individually selected and manipulated. This can include shapes and pictures that appear on a display screen as well as less tangible software entities. In object-oriented programming, for example, an object is a self-contained entity that consists of both data and procedures to manipulate the data. Octal – Numbers in base 8, i.e. numbers 0 to 7 are used. Open Collector – Digital output that is driven by a transistor and requires external power. Opto-Isolator – Optical Device for connecting signals while maintaining electrical isolation. Overrange – Over the present current limit for ADC.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual P, Q PCB – Printed Circuit Board. PID – Three term control action. Using Proportional, Integral and Derivative components to modify a control output, with the goal of achieving a measured process variable at a set point. Port – A group of inputs or outputs to the computer. Program – Series of instructions. Protocol – Precise description of data interchange over a telemetry link. PRT – Platinum Resistance Thermometer. PSU – Power Supply Unit.

R ROM – Read Only Memory (fixed storage). RS-232 – Voltage standard for serial data transmission. RTD – Resistance Thermometer Device. RTU – Remote Terminal Unit. RX – Received information.

S Security Code – Security Codes are used to limit access by operators to parameters retained in the micro memory. SRAM – Static Random Access Memory (battery backed). S600 –FloBoss S600 Flow Computer.

T Task - An operating system concept that refers to the combination of a program being executed and bookkeeping information used by the operating system. Whenever a program is executed, the operating system creates a new task for it. TCP/IP – Transfer Control Program/Internet Protocol. Totalizer – Area of RAM for integrating totals. Transducer – Device which converts energy from one form to another. TRI-REG – Triple Register - area of RAM where data is stored in triplicate.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual TX – Transmitted information.

U Underrange – Under preset current limit for A/D Converter.

V Variables – Changeable values. Volatile – Memory that is unstable in the absence of power.

W, X, Y, Z Warm Start – The FloBoss S600 starts and the configuration remains untouched. Watchdog – A hardware circuit that monitors correct program operation and causes program restart in the event of malfunction.

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual INDEX DIGIN..................................................................... 4-6 Digital Outputs DIGOUT........................................................4-8, 4-20 DIN............................................................................ 4-13 Disp ......................................................................5-3, 5-5 Display ........................................................................ 5-3 LCD ........................................................................ 5-4 Navigating .............................................................. 5-5 Display Dump.............................................................. 5-9 Display Shortcut .......................................................... 5-8 Dual Ethernet............................................................. 3-10

4 4 Direction Key............................................................5-3

A Accept ..........................................................................5-3 Alarm ...........................................................................5-3 All Alarms....................................................................5-9 AMERICAN ..............................................................4-13 Analog Inputs ANIN.......................................................................4-3 Analog Outputs ............................................................4-4 Archived Reports .........................................................5-9 Arrow key ....................................................................5-3

E Enter ............................................................................ 5-3 Entering Data............................................................... 5-6 Environmental Considerations .................................... 2-2 Ethernet LAN Port....................................................... 3-6 Ethernet Port.............................................................. 3-10 Exponent...................................................................... 5-3 Exponential Format ..................................................... 5-8 Expt ......................................................................5-3, 5-8

B Backup Battery .....................................................................3-3 Battery Backup.............................................................3-3 Bit Link ........................................................................3-8

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F Keys ......................................................................... 5-2 Factory Setup............................................................... 7-3 Figure 1-1. The FloBoss S600 Flow Manager............ 1-2 Figure 1-2. CPU Board............................................... 1-3 Figure 1-3. Intelligent I/O Board................................ 1-4 Figure 2-1. FloBoss S600 System .............................. 2-2 Figure 2-10. Board Ready for Removal or Final Insertion29 Figure 2-2. Removing the Front Panel ....................... 2-3 Figure 2-3. Lift Front Panel........................................ 2-4 Figure 2-4. Remove Connector .................................. 2-4 Figure 2-7. Panel Mount............................................. 2-6 Figure 2-8. Unscrewing the Retention Screws ........... 2-8 Figure 2-9. Using the Pull Tabs.................................. 2-8 Figure 3-1. P152 CPU Backplate ............................... 3-1 Figure 3-2. P152 CPU Terminations .......................... 3-2 Figure 3-3. Pin Connections ....................................... 3-5 Figure 3-4. Link Cable ............................................... 3-8 Figure 3-5. Dual Ethernet Communications Card .... 3-10 Figure 4-1. Backplate ................................................. 4-1 Figure 4-10. Digital Output Schematic (Relay).......... 4-8 Figure 4-11. Digital Output Schematic (24 V Switched Indicator) ................................................................... 4-8 Figure 4-12. Pulse Input Schematic (using EU 12 V P148 Mezzanine Card)........................................................ 4-9 Figure 4-13. Pulse Input Schematic (using US 24 V P148 Mezzanine Card)...................................................... 4-10 Figure 4-14. Pulse Output Schematic ....................... 4-10 Figure 4-15. Raw Pulse Output Schematic............... 4-11 Figure 4-16. Frequency Input Schematic (with IS Barrier and AC Coupled) ..................................................... 4-12

Cable ............................................................................3-5 Change .........................................................................5-3 Changing a Value.........................................................5-6 Changing Mode............................................................5-7 Changing the Fuse........................................................8-5 Chng.............................................................................5-6 Clear.............................................................................5-3 Clear SRAM.................................................................8-4 Cold Start ............................................................. 7-1, 7-3 COM1 ..........................................................................3-6 COM2 ..........................................................................3-6 Comm 2........................................................................5-2 Communications ..........................................................3-4 Config 600 Lite ............................................................1-5 Config 600 Pro.............................................................1-5 Config Report...............................................................5-9 Constants Log ..............................................................5-9 CPU Board ...................................................................3-1 CPU On-board Connectors ..........................................3-8 Current Alarms.............................................................5-9 Current Report .............................................................5-9

D Data Entering ...................................................................5-6 Data display .................................................................5-5 Data Pages....................................................................5-5 Default display .............................................................5-8 Digital Inputs DIGIN ...................................................................4-19

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Figure 4-17. Frequency Input Schematic (without IS Barrier and with DC Coupled) .................................4-12 Figure 4-18. PRT/RTD Input Schematic ..................4-13 Figure 4-19. Backplate..............................................4-17 Figure 4-2. P144 I/O Board Terminations ..................4-2 Figure 4-20. P154 Prover Board Terminations .........4-18 Figure 4-21. HART Device Beyond the IS Barrier...4-25 Figure 4-22. HART Device and Hand Held Communicator Beyond the IS Barrier...............................................4-25 Figure 4-23. HART Device without Hand Held Communicator..........................................................4-26 Figure 4-3. Analog Input Schematic (with IS Barrier and using Internal Resistor) ..............................................4-3 Figure 4-4. Analog Input Schematic (without IS Barrier and using External Resistor) ......................................4-3 Figure 4-5. Analog Output Schematic (FloBoss S600 Powered) ....................................................................4-4 Figure 4-6. Analog Output Schematic (Externally Powered Device).......................................................................4-5 Figure 4-7. Analog Output Schematic (Externally Powered through FloBoss S600)...............................................4-5 Figure 4-8. Digital Input Schematic (Open Collector Device).......................................................................4-6 Figure 4-9. Digital Input Schematic (Relay)...............4-6 Figure 5-1. Front Panel ...............................................5-1 Figure 5-2. Front Panel Port Connections...................5-2 Figure 5-3. LCD Display ............................................5-4 Figure 5-4. Status ID Line ..........................................5-5 Figure 7-1. Startup Menu............................................7-3 Figure 8-1. Fuse Location ...........................................8-5 Flash.............................................................................8-3 Flash Failed..................................................................8-4 FloBoss S600 ...............................................................1-2 Frequency Inputs.............................................. 4-12, 4-22 Front panel ...................................................................5-1 Front Panel........................................................... 2-3, 2-7 Front Panel Port ...........................................................5-2 Function key ........................................................ 5-2, 5-8 Fuse Changing .................................................................8-5

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Initialization .................................................................7-1 Installation ...................................................................2-3 Boards .....................................................................2-7 Panel-Mounted Unit ................................................2-5 Preparing .................................................................2-1 Removing the Front Panel.......................................2-3 Tools .......................................................................2-2 Unpacking ...............................................................2-3 IPL 600 ........................................................................1-5

Reflash Config File ..................................................... 8-4 Reflash Firmware ................................................. 7-3, 8-3 Reinstalling the Front Panel ........................................ 2-7 Remote Display or PC................................................. 3-6 Removal Boards..................................................................... 2-7 RESETTING ............................................................. 7-1 RS-232......................................................................... 3-5 RS-422 Port................................................................. 3-6 RS-485 Port................................................................. 3-6 RTD Inputs................................................................ 4-13

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LAN Port................................................................... 3-10 Ethernet .................................................................. 3-6 LCD Display ........................................................ 5-4, 5-5 LED ............................................................................. 5-3

M Maintenance ................................................................ 8-1 Menu Keys .................................................................. 5-3 Menus.......................................................................... 5-4 Minus key.................................................................... 5-8 Modbus Maps.............................................................. 5-9 Mode Changing ................................................................ 5-7

N Navigation .................................................................. A-1 Network Setup............................................................. 7-3 Numeric Keys.............................................................. 5-3

P P144 I/O Berg Jumpers (Links)................................. 4-14 P144 I/O Board............................................................ 4-1 P152 CPU Board ......................................................... 3-1 P154 Prover Bit Links).............................................. 4-23 P154 Prover Board .................................................... 4-17 Page Reference Number.............................................. 5-5 Panel-Mounted Unit Installation .............................................................. 2-5 Power Supply .............................................................. 3-2 Print...................................................................... 5-3, 5-9 Prover Board ............................................................. 4-17 PRT/RTD Inputs ....................................................... 4-13 Pulse Inputs Turbine .......................................................... 4-9, 4-21 Pulse Outputs PULSEOUT................................................. 4-10, 4-21

Jumpers ........................................................................3-8

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Security Code .............................................................. 5-8 Security Dump............................................................. 5-9 Send Config File.......................................................... 8-4

Keypad.........................................................................5-2

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FloBoss S600 Instruction Manual Serial Port.....................................................................3-5 Setup and Wiring .........................................................4-1 Software Config 600 Lite .......................................................1-5 Config 600 Pro ........................................................1-5 IPL 600....................................................................1-5 SRAM ..........................................................................7-1 Clear ........................................................................8-4 Start..............................................................................7-1 Startup menu ........................................................ 7-3, 8-2 Status/ID Line ..............................................................5-5

T Table 2-1. Mounting Dimensions ...............................2-5 Table 3-1. TB-1 Pin Connections................................3-3 Table 3-2. TB-1 Pin Connections................................3-3 Table 3-3. Battery Specifications................................3-4 Table 3-4. Communication Ports ................................3-4 Table 3-5. COM3 and COM4 Pin Connections ..........3-5 Table 3-6. COM5, COM6, and COM7 Pin Connections3-6 Table 3-7. COM1-2 Pin Connections..........................3-7 Table 3-8. Miscellaneous Device Connectors for the P152 CPU Module...............................................................3-8 Table 3-9. CPU Bit Links ...........................................3-9 Table 4-1. ANIN Pin Connections for SKT-A............4-4 Table 4-10. Raw Pulse Output Pin Connections for SKT-C ..................................................................................4-11 Table 4-11. Frequency Input Pin Connections for SKT-B412 Table 4-12. PRT Input Pin Connections for SKT-B .4-14 Table 4-13. .................................................................4-15 Table 4-14. Multiplex Mode Addressing ..................4-16 Table 4-15. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-E.......4-19 Table 4-16. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-F .......4-20 Table 4-17. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-E...4-20 Table 4-18. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-F ...4-21 Table 4-19. Dual-Pulse Input Pin Connections for SKT-F ..................................................................................4-21

Table 4-2. ANIN Pin Connections for SKT-B ........... 4-4 Table 4-20. PULSEOUT Pin Connections for SKT-E4-22 Table 4-21. Frequency Input Pin Connections for SKT-D422 Table 4-22. P154 Prover Bit Links........................... 4-23 Table 4-23. Node Addressing Communications Mode Selection......................... 4-23 Table 4-24. P188 HART Pin Connections (Socket A)4-24 Table 4-25. P188 HART Pin Connections (Socket B)4-24 Table 4-3. D/A Converter Output Pin Connections for SKT-A ....................................................................... 4-5 Table 4-4. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-B .......... 4-7 Table 4-5. DIGIN Pin Connections for SKT-C .......... 4-7 Table 4-6. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-B ...... 4-8 Table 4-7. DIGOUT Pin Connections for SKT-C ...... 4-9 Table 4-8. Dual-Pulse Input Pin Connections for SKT-C410 Table 4-9. PULSEOUT Pin Connections for SKT-B4-11 Table 5-1. Front Panel Port Connections.................... 5-2 Tools............................................................................ 2-2 Troubleshooting Flash Failed............................................................. 8-4 Turbine Pulse Inputs...........................................4-9, 4-21

U Unpack ........................................................................ 2-3

V Value Changing................................................................. 5-6 View ............................................................................ 5-3

W Warm Start ...........................................................7-1, 7-3 Watchdog Relay .......................................................... 3-3 Wiring...................................................................3-1, 4-1

If you have comments or questions regarding this manual, please direct them to your local sales representative or contact: Emerson Process Management Flow Computer Division Marshalltown, IA 50158 U.S.A. Houston, TX 77065 U.S.A. Pickering, North Yorkshire UK Y018 7JA Website: www.EmersonProcess.com/flow

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Part Number D301150X412 September 2004 Form A6115 Flow Computer Division Website: www.EmersonProcess.com/flow

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