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• Parameter Page: The floating-point data display is changed to the "Best-Fit" format. See Section 3.7 for the definition of the "Best-Fit" Format for Floating-Point Data Display in the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface User Manual. • Log Page: The audit log floating-point data display and logging are changed to "Best-Fit" format. See Section 3.7 for the definition of the "Best-Fit" Format for Floating-Point Data Display in the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface User Manual. • ZeroFlow Page: The Calc Method combo box is deleted since only the Equation method is supported in the fixed analog input mode. The Live Pressure combo box is changed to Live Pres (psig) edit box and the input range is between 60 to 310 psig. The Atm Pres (psia) edit box is added for the user to enter the desired atmospheric pressure when testing with fixed temperature and pressure. See Section 15.2.2 for instructions on test with fixed temperature and pressure in the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface User Manual. • Help: Online help is closed after DUI exits.

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Each section provides step-by-step procedures that can be followed along side the running program. An online help program is also included with the software. You can access these help files at any time by clicking on the button. We hope you enjoy this product.

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This section lists the hardware required to run the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface (DUI) software and provides installation procedures as well as initial logon instructions. ()

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This section shows you how to configure basic settings for the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface (DUI) and to select where DUI saves your analytic and diagnostic data. Click on the Config tab to access this function.

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2. Select how the log is updated. Click on Reset to overwrite the existing flow data file with the new flow data result. Click on Append to attach a new flow data result to the existing flow data file. 3. Type the desired file name in the DFilename data box. Note that you can press ALT-D to access this data box directly. 4. Use the Mode pull-down menu to select the desired logging mode. Choose Continuous if you want DUI to log the flow data continuously per the poll delay time (see Section 7.1 for instructions on configuring the poll delay time). Choose Sampling if you want DUI to log the flow data once after the specified time interval has expired (e.g., every 2 minutes; the default value is 5 seconds). (a) Type the interval quantity in the Interval data box (or use the provided arrows to increase or decrease the displayed number). (b) Use the Time pull-down menu to select the unit of time for this interval. Choose Conditional if you want DUI to log flow data only after a chord failure is experienced. This mode captures the state of

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3. Type the desired file name in the RFilename data box. Note that you can press ALT-R to access this data box directly.

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2. Select how the log is updated. Click on Reset to overwrite the existing monitor data file with the new monitor data. Click on Append to attach a new monitor data to the existing monitor data file. 3. Type the desired file name in the MFilename data box. Note that you can press ALT-M to access this data box directly.

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? 2/  / 1 Use this process to configure how the zero flow data log is updated and to designate a file name. 1. Click on Log ZeroFlow Data to activate this function. Note that a check mark appears. 2. Select how the log is updated. Click on Reset to overwrite the existing zero flow data file with the new zero flow test results. Click on Append to attach a new zero flow result to the existing zero flow data file. 3. Type the desired file name in the ZFilename data box. Note that you can press ALT-Z to access this data box directly.

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This section shows you how to configure the communication port for the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface (DUI). Click on the ComPort tab to access this function.

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To set up either a remote or local connection, 1. Type the Modbus address for the meter in the Dev ID data box.

   

             

2. Click on the meter Modbus protocol. Note that the ASCII Modus protocol is recommended for remote connections. 3. Click on the Standard register mode. (Note that the Daniel register mode is not supported by the meter.)

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4. In the Poll Delay Time data box, type the number of milliseconds DUI should wait between polls to the meter. Note that the Poll Delay Time range is 0.5 to 10 seconds; a setting of 5 seconds is recommended. 5. In the Retry data box, type the number of failed attempts DUI should allow until a communication error is reported. Note that Retry range is 1 to 10 retries; a setting of 1 retry is recommended. 6. In the Read TimeOut and Write TimeOut data boxes, type the number of seconds DUI should wait for a response before the attempt times out. Note that TimeOut range is 1 to 10 seconds; a setting of 3 or more seconds is recommended. ;(

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Use this process to configure and establish a local connection to the ultrasonic flow meter via a communication port. 1. Click on Local Connection to set the related options.

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6. Click on the button to apply and save your selections to disk. This action will overwrite the existing configuration file. Click on the button to temporarily apply your selections. Note that your data will be lost when you exit DUI or if the PC is powered-off while DUI is running. 7. Click on the selected port.

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3. Click on the button. The Modem Properties menu appears.

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8. Using the appropriate pull-down menus, select the data bits, parity, and stop bits for the selected port. If you are using an ASCII Modbus protocol, select 7 data bits, even parity, and 1 stop bit. If you are using an RTU Modbus protocol, select 8 data bits, no parity (select NONE), and 1 stop bit. 9. Set the Call preferences as desired. 10. Click on the button. The Advanced Connection Settings window appears.

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14. Select the desired Connection control and Status control settings. 15. Click on the button to apply your selections and return to the ComPort page. Click on the button to exit and return to the ComPort page without applying your selections. 16. Click on the button to save the modem configuration to disk and add the connection information to your address book. This action will overwrite the existing configuration file.

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â&#x20AC;˘ click on the button to retrieve an existing connection configuration from your address book (see Section 7.4 for detailed instructions on how to use your address book) and go to Step 6. 2. Use the Device pull-down menu to select your modem. 3. Type the desired destination name in the Name data box.

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6. Click on the button to start the connection. DUI automatically dials the selected number (see Step 4). To stop a connection in progress or disconnect an existing connection, click on the button.

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This section discusses information calculated by the Diagnostic and Frequency Interface (DFI) board. Click on the Monitor tab to access this function

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Flow Direction

direction of meter/pipeline flow

KFactor

number of pulses per unit volume of natural gas mixture

NegVolBase

total corrected volume flowing in the negative direction at base conditions

NegVolFlow

total volume flowing in the negative direction at flow conditions

PosVolBase

total corrected volume flowing in the positive direction at base conditions

PosVolFlow

total volume flowing in the positive direction at flow conditions

Pressure

pressure inside the meter/pipeline

QBase

flowrate at base conditions

QFlow

flowrate at flow conditions (corrected for Reynolds Number effect, and meter housing expansion due to pressure and temperature)

       

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actual flowrate measured by the meter

Temperature

temperature inside the meter/pipeline

Time

elapsed time in seconds

VFRCurrentOut

current value of volumetric flow rate output

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frequency value of the volumetric flow rate for FREQ1

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frequency value of the volumetric flow rate for FREQ2

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VolPerPulse

flow volume per single frequency output pulse

ZBase

compressibility factor of the natural gas mixture at the base conditions

ZFlow

compressibility factor of the natural gas mixture at the flow conditions

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This section shows you how to view transit times, velocity and flow calculations, and diagnostic information. Click on the FlowData tab to access this function.

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The Flow Data page provides the following data for one batch of measurements: Max Time UpStrm Min Time UpStrm Mean Time UpStrm

maximum, minimum, and mean (average) transit times for the ultrasonic signal to travel upstream from one transducer to the other

Max Time DnStrm Min Time DnStrm Mean Time DnStrm

maximum, minimum, and mean (average) transit times for the ultrasonic signal to travel downstream from one transducer to the other

Max Delta Time Min Delta Time Mean Delta Time

maximum, minimum, and mean (average) transit time differences (i.e., delta times)

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standard deviations calculated for the upstream, downstream, and delta time measurements flow velocity and speed of sound for each chord

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operational status of each chord

Chord Status

Click on the pull-down buttons to view status statements. Status may change per poll. Chord Status

Description

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normal

Bit 0 set

noise level exceeds limit

Bit 1 set

signal-to-noise ratio less than limit

Bit 2 set

measurement quality check failure

Bit 3 set

sound velocity out of range

Bit 4 set

delta time check failure

Bit 5 set

span check failure

Bit 6 set

spare

Bit 7 set

flow profile check failure

Bit 8 set

pulse width exceeds limit

Bit 9 set

signal quality check failure

Bit 10 set

flow change indicator

Bit 11 set

intra-chord quality check failure

Bit 12 set

sound velocity deviation out of range

Bit 13 set

chord manually set to be inactive

Bit 14 set

chord failed

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acquire mode

number of rejected signals in the upstream and downstream directions

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average flow velocity and speed of sound

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flow rate inside the meter/pipeline

Meter Flow Rate Total Volume Fwd Total Volume Rev

total accumulated volume of gas flowing in both the forward and reverse directions at flow conditions

Total Pulse Count

total accumulated time, measured in pulses of 0.1048576 seconds status of ultrasonic system

System Status

Click on the pull-down button to view the status statement. Status may change per poll.

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communication error

Bit 1 set

pulse accumulator error

Bit 2 set

host RAM test failed

Bit 3 set

host program memory test failed

Bit 4 set

EEPROM test failed

Bit 5 set

DSP program memory test failed

Bit 6 set

DSP y memory test failed

Bit 7 set

DSP x memory test failed

Bit 8 set

number of operating chords is less than desired

Conditional Mode. In the Conditional mode, DUI first reads Modbus Register Message Blocks 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 17 as well as the revision number of the installed CPU firmware. Then the current flow data is read and displayed.

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When a chord failure is experienced, DUI interrupts the polling and begins recording a log set. Each log set is prefaced by reading the above Message Blocks only if the Flow Data Page button has been clicked. After the log set interval is completed (see Section 6.4 for instructions on configuring the log set interval), DUI resumes polling the ultrasonic meter for flow data. @((

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Max Delta Time Min Delta Time Avg Delta Time

maximum, minimum, and mean (average) delta time ratios

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gain set in the programmable gain amplifier Note that the normal gain range is 50 to 180.

Holdoff Time UpStrm Holdoff Time DnStrm Window Ptr UpStrm Window Ptr DnStrm Window Start UpStrm Window Start DnStrm

time delay between the ultrasonic pulse emission and activation of the A/D converter first data sample of the measurement window time elapsed from the pulse emission to window pointer

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SigQlty Amp UpStrm SigQlty Amp DnStrm

location of the signal quality indicator

SigQlty Pos UpStrm SigQlty Pos DnStrm

amplitude of the signal start indicator

PF Amp UpStrm PF Amp DnStrm

beginning of signal

PF Pos UpStrm PF Pos DnStrm

sample location where Transit Time is measured

P1 Pos UpStrm P1 Pos DnStrm

beginning of signal energy

PE Pos UpStrm PE Pos DnStrm

width of signal

Pulse Width UpStrm Pulse Width DnStrm

parameter proportional to the maximum signal energy

Signal Max UpStrm Signal Max DnStrm

parameter proportional to the maximum noise energy

Noise Max UpStrm Noise Max DnStrm

approximate signal frequency

Frequency UpStrm Frequency DnStrm

indicates whether filter was activated automatically (0 = off, 1 = on)

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expected difference between the signal start and measurement points

Target Span PE UpStrm Target Span PE DnStrm

expected difference between the energy start and measurement points

Target Amplitude UpStrm Target Amplitude DnStrm

expected percentage of signal amplitude at measurement point

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The Peak Selection page provides the following characterization parameters per all signals (chord_direction): signal energy start position

PE Position

signal start position

PF Position

location of zero crossings 1 to 4 after signal start

P1 Position to P4 Position

percentage of signal amplitude associated with zero crossings 1 to 4 after signal start

P1 Amplitude to P4 Amplitude

value of signal peak selection function

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Note that the peak with the largest value is selected. signal peak chosen for measurement

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2. Type the desired page name in the List Name data box. 3. Type the name of the starting register (i.e., the register that will begin your page/list) in the Register Name data box.

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4. Click on the button to save your changes. DUI automatically sorts the Register List by register number.

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This section shows you how to view either an ultrasonic wave form or a frequency spectra charted by the Daniel Ultrasonic Interface (DUI). Click on the WaveForm tab to access this function.

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3. Use the Domain pull-down menu to select between the time domain (for wave files) and the frequency domain (for spectra files). 4. Click on the

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2. Use the Domain pull-down menu to select between the time domain (for wave files) and the frequency domain (for spectra files). 3. Use the Format pull-down menu to select the file format.

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4. Click on the button to use a directory tree to select the desired wave/spectra file. Ensure that the file extension matches the selected domain (see Step 2). 5. Click on the

button.

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3. Press the following keys to move the selected cursor:

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Home

down 100 counts along axis (L)

End

up 100 counts along axis (R)

Page Up

down 10 counts along axis (L)

Page Down

up 10 counts along axis (R)

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down 1 count along axis (L)

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2. Use the Format pull-down menu to select the file format. To view a single chord wave/spectra file, select the VW format (file extension TMD). To view a compressed wave file (all 4 chords), select the CMPR format (file extension CTMD). To view a dual-signal wave file, select the DUAL format. Note that the DSP format is not currently implemented. 3. Click on the button to use a directory tree to select the desired file. DUI opens the file and displays at x1 magnification. Note that the path and file name displays in the File Name data box.  # 

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4. Use the UpStream and DownStream radio buttons to select the upstream or downstream view. If you are viewing a compressed wave form, use the Cmpr. Chord arrows ( the view from chord to chord.

) to move

5. Use the Horizontal and Vertical Zoom dials to magnify the wave form image. Click and drag the dial arrow to select the desired zoom. 6. Use the image scroll bars to view different areas of the wave form. Note that the cross-hair cursor will center itself when you scroll to another region of the image.The corresponding X and Y coordinates reflect the selected level of magnification. 7. Click and drag the cross-hair cursor to locate a specific point in the wave form. When placed at a sample point in the wave form, the original (i.e., before magnification) cursor coordinates display in the X Axis and Y Axis data boxes. Note the following point display limitations: Waveform File Type

Sample Points

single chord (TMD)

1024

compressed (CTMD)

256

8. Click on the window.

button to exit the Tool

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This section shows you how to view charts that track the real-time meter flow or sound velocity versus time. Click on the Chart tab to access this function.

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button.

Note that the poll number (see Data Table) displays how many times the ultrasonic flow meter has been â&#x20AC;&#x153;polledâ&#x20AC;? for data. The charting status displays in the Status bar. To continue to the Velocity page, click on the button (see Section 11.2.1).

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Definition

Poll Num

number of times DUI has polled the meter during this run

FlowVelA

flow velocity for Chord A

FlowVelB

flow velocity for Chord B

FlowVelC

flow velocity for Chord C

FlowVelD

flow velocity for Chord D

AvgFlowVel

average flow velocity of the meter

SoundVelA

sound velocity for Chord A

SoundVelB

sound velocity for Chord B

SoundVelC

sound velocity for Chord C

SoundVelD

sound velocity for Chord D

AvgSoundVel

average sound velocity for all operating chords

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Refer to the Flow Capacity graph to see at what percentage of full capacity the gas is flowing. Note that the maximum capacity is 30 m/s.

1. Click on the

button on the Chart page

to access the Velocity page. 2. Click on the button. DUI retrieves the data from the ultrasonic meter. Note that the poll number (see Data Table) displays how many times the ultrasonic flow meter has been â&#x20AC;&#x153;polledâ&#x20AC;? for data. The current status displays in the Status bar. 3. Click on the the Chart page.

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Definition

Poll Num

number of times DUI has polled the meter during this run

AvgFlowVel

average flow velocity

AvgSoundVel

average sound velocity for all operating chords

Flowrate

total flowrate

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This section shows you how to view and edit registers in the Daniel Ultrasonic Flow Meter firmware. Click on the Register tab to access these functions.

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1. Use the Msg Block pull-down menu to select either the message block (i.e., register set) name or specific register values (i.e., select OFF). If you select a message block, go to Step 2.

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Select OFF to retrieve registers specified by the entered address, quantity, and type. (a) In the Start Addr data box, type the starting register. (b) In the Quantity data box, type the number of registers to be retrieved. Note that the requested number of registers cannot exceed the amount contained by the selected message block but you can retrieve a partial block. You cannot cross a message block boundary. Also note that in Standard Modbus mode, each register is 16 bits. Therefore, integers (SHORT) consist of 1 register while floats (FLOAT) and long integers (LONG) consist of 2 registers.

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(c) Use the Reg Type pull-down menu to select the data type (i.e., integer) for this message block. 2. Use the Function pull-down menu to select the desired read or write option. Choose Function 3, Read Registers, to read multiple register values. Choose Function 6, Set Single Register, to edit (write) one register value. Choose Function 16, Set Multiple Registers, to edit (write) multiple register values. 3. Type the repeat count (how many times DUI will retrieve the message block before ceasing transmission) in the Repeat data box.

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4. Click on the button to retrieve the selected message block from the meter. Click on the button to cease transmission and return to the Modbus Register Block Selection options. Note that the transmitted/received packet displays in the Packet Input/Output windows. Click on the button to clear the Packet display. See Section 12.2 for instructions on sending an edited register list to the meter. )(

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1. Click on the desired cell in the Register List window. You may edit the highlighted cells. 2. Ensure you have correctly changed the desired register values and entered the correct function code. 3. Click on the button to send the selected register(s) or message block to the meter. Click on the button to cease transmission and return to the Modbus Register Block Selection options. Note that the transmitted/received packet displays in the Packet Input/Output windows. Click on the button to clear the Packet display.

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This section shows you how to save current configuration parameters uploaded from the ultrasonic meter or to download an archived file of parameters to the ultrasonic meter. Click on the Param tab to access these functions.

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Note that DUI will automatically overwite the selected file with the new uploaded parameters.

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3. Select the parameters you want to upload. If a DFI board is installed, click on both the CPU Parameters and DFI Parameters options. If a DFI board is not installed, click on CPU Parameters only. 4. Click on the button. When the upload is complete, the parameters (Modbus register addresses and values) appear in the Message Block table. Note that DUI automatically saves these parameters in the selected file (see Step 2). 5. Use the Message Block pull-down menu to display the desired Modbus register block. )3(

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3. Click on the button to retrieve data from the selected file.

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4. Use the Message Block pull-down menu to display the desired Modbus register block. You can edit the Modbus register values by clicking on the desired table cell. Before you move to the next message block, ensure you click on the button to temporarily save your changes.

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5. Select the parameters you want to download. If a DFI board is installed, click on both the CPU Parameters and DFI Parameters options. If a DFI board is not installed, click on CPU Parameters only. 6. Click on the button. DUI downloads all related message blocks to the ultrasonic meter and overwrites the existing values. )3(3

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This section shows you how to flow calibrate the Daniel Ultrasonic Flow Meter. Click on the Calibration tab to access this function.

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Use this process to configure the Modbus register address for each meter so that communication is directed between the DUI and the individual meter(s).

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1. Use the No. of Meters pull-down menu to select the number of meters in series you wish to calibrate. 2. Type the desired number of queries per calibration run in the Total Query data box. The run time is determined by multiplying the query number by the Poll Delay Time (see Section 7.1 for instructions on configuring the Poll Delay Time).

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3. Click on the button. The Calibration Meter Address Configuration window appears.

4. For each meter to be calibrated, type the corresponding meter Modbus address in the Address data box column. 5. Click on to update the current calibration configuration and save it to disk. Click on to update the current calibration configuration without saving to disk.

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To calibrate one or more flow meters, 1. Use the Meter Disp pull-down menu to select the meter you wish to display. Note that the operational status of the selected meter displays in the lower left-hand corner of the Calibration page.

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Use this window to select the desired file. 2. Click on the button to open the selected file. Go to Step 3. Click on the button to exit this window without opening a file. 3. The Calibration Result Editor window appears.

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4. You may change the values listed under Average Flowrate and Prover Rate (the yellow columns). To edit, click on the desired value and then type the new value. 5. To delete a row, select a cell in the desired row and click on the button.     I A#    ' &  &             !  !  &  *6 A     '+,    277       ;                      

6. To plot the meter flowrate against the error percentage, click on the

button.

Note that you can change the Error Percentage Range by clicking in the corresponding data box and typing the new range value. 7. To print the Actual Flowrate vs Error Percentage chart, click on the button. Note that you can use the Printer Properties menu to change the page orientation from portrait to landscape. 8. To update the calibration result file, click on the

button.

To save the revised Calibration File Edit Table as a different file, (a) Type the new path and file name in the File Name data box, or click on the button to use a directory tree. (b) Click on the

button.

To update the current calibration data without saving your changes to disk, click on the button. Note that your data will be lost when you exit DUI or if the PC is powered-off while DUI is running. To exit this window without saving your changes, press the

button.

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This section shows you how to measure transducer delay times. The resulting calculations are based on the speed of sound through nitrogen gas in absolute zero flow conditions.

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Click on the ZeroFlow tab to access this function.

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Measurement Name

DUI Function

Avg TTime UpStrm Avg TTime DnStrm

Read

average transit times, upstream/downstream

Avg TTime

Calculate

average transit time for the chord

Avg Delta Time

Read

average delta time

Delay Time

Calculate

delay times for signal

TMax Avg TTime TMin Avg TTime TAvg TTime

Calculate

totalized maximum, minimum, and average transit times

TMax Delta Time TMin Delta Time

Calculate

totalized maximum and minimum delta times

TAvg Delta Time

Calculate

totalized average delta time

TMax Delay Time TMin Delay Time

Calculate

totalized maximum and minimum delay times

TAvg Delay Time

Calculate

totalized average delay time

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analog button.

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3. Click on the button. DUI retrieves the data and calculates the various delay times accordingly. Note that the communication status is provided by the Status display box. )5((  " 2    6  To use fixed temperature and pressure, 1. Click on the

analog button.

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3. Use the Temp Unit pull-down menu to select the unit of measurement for the test temperature. Type the temperature value in the Live Temp data box. The temperature input should be between -40 and 160 °F (-40 to 71 °C). 4. Use the Live Pres (PSIG) edit box to enter the desired pressure value. The pressure input should be between 60 to 310 psig. 5. Use the Atm Pres (PSIA) edit box to enter the desired atmospheric pressure. The pressure range should be between 10 to 20 PSIA.

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â&#x20AC;˘ Click on the button to restore the previous, existing delay times. DUI displays a confirmation window. )5(4

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This section shows you how to retrieve the Hourly, Daily, and Audit/Alarm logs from the Diagnostic and Frequency Interface (DFI) board. Click on the Log tab to access this function.

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2. Click on the button to retrieve the current record status (last recorded or number available; see table in Step 4) of each log.

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3. Use the Log Access pull-down menu to select the desired log type (i.e., Hourly).

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Verify that the Function and Register Addr values change accordingly (see Section 16.1.1 for details). 4. Type or use the

buttons to select the

Record No. (i.e., the log record you want to view). To read all available records, enter 0 as the record number.

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Status Indicated

Last Daily

index numbers of the last stored daily log record

Last Hourly

index numbers of the last stored hourly log record

Avail Alarm

number of available alarm log records

Avail Audit

number of available audit log records

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button to pause the

record display/run. Click on the button to resume the run. Click on the transmission.

button again to stop this

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Function

Function Code

Starting Register

Record

Read Daily Log Record

3

20003

1 to 862

Read Hourly Log Record

3

20004

1 to 862

Read Event Log

3

20005

n/a

Clear Event Log

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20005

1

Reset Event Log

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20005

0

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hour of day at which DFI stores the new log entry; to set the register ContractHour (10206), see Section 12.2

Contract Hour â&#x20AC; 

time interval (in hours) between daily logs

Contract Interval â&#x20AC; 

date and time this record was logged

Date / Time

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accumulated volume of gas flowing in the positive and negative directions at flow conditions, for this day

PosVolBase NegVolBase

accumulated volume of gas flowing in the positive and negative directions at base conditions, for this day

FlowTemperature FlowPressure

averaged temperature and pressure of the gas flow in the ultrasonic meter, for this day

AbsFlowPressure

averaged absolute pressure of the gas flow in the ultrasonic meter, for this day

DailyFlowTime

number of minutes during the day that the flow was above the cut-off value

AvgSndVel

average speed of sound, for this day

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time interval (in minutes) between hourly logs Time Interval â&#x20AC;  date and time this record was logged

Date Time

accumulated volume of gas flowing in the positive and negative directions at flow conditions, for this hour

PosVolFlow NegVolFlow

accumulated volume of gas flowing in the positive and negative directions at base conditions, for this hour

PosVolBase NegVolBase

averaged temperature and pressure of the gas FlowTemperature FlowPressure flow in the ultrasonic meter, for this hour averaged absolute pressure of the gas flow in the ultrasonic meter, for this hour

AbsFlowPressure

number of minutes during the hour that the flow was above the cut-off value

HourlyFlowTime

average speed of sound, for this hour

AvgSndVel

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The DFI board records an Audit log whenever any parameter that affects the gas flow measurement is modified (see Table 16-1). The DFI board records an Alarm record whenever an alarm/error condition is activated or cleared (see Table 16-2). Note that the maximum number of Audit logs is 2849 and the maximum number of Alarm logs is 3640.

For all event logs, the DataPt column refers to the Modbus register number. For Audit logs, Value A refers to the previous value, and Value B refers to the new value. For Alarm logs, Value A only has meaning when a chord failure has occurred;Value B is always set to â&#x20AC;&#x153;0.00â&#x20AC;? (does not apply). If a chord failure is detected, Value A will provide the corresponding chord status value at the time of failure; otherwise, Value A is set to â&#x20AC;&#x153;0.00â&#x20AC;?. Use this table to verify register data referenced in the Audit Log: Table 16-1 Registers Monitored via the Audit Log Register Owner

Register Number

Register Name or Block Number

CPU

16-30

Block 2

CPU

31-45

Block 3

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Register Number

Register Name or Block Number

CPU

51

ResetTrkParam

CPU

52

ResetProp

CPU

55

AckHMemErr

CPU

56

AckDMemErr

CPU

200-249

Block 9

CPU

250-299

Block 10

CPU

300-349

Block 11

CPU

1504,1505

ColdStart The DFI should disallow all external requests to modify the CPU ColdStart; i.e., the CPU ColdStart should only be modified by the DFI upon power-up or warm boot.

DFI

10000

UFIMode

DFI

10015-10029

Block 51

DFI

10030-10044

Block 52

DFI

10050-10099

Block 53

DFI

10100-10133

Block 54

DFI

10200-10214

Block 56

DFI

10582,10583

ColdStart

DFI

10750-10757

Block 65 (ADC calibration values only)

DFI

10800-10811

Block 66 (temperature and pressure system calibration values and current output calibration values only)

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Use this table to verify register data referenced in the Alarm Log: Table 16-2 Registers Monitored via the Alarm Log Register Owner

Register Number(s)

Data Point ID

Register Name or Block Number

DFI

10501

10501

FreqDataValidity

DFI

10502

10502

QMeterValidity

DFI

10503

10503

QFlowValidity

DFI

10504

10504

BaseValidity

DFI

10505

10505

TemperatureValidity

DFI

10506

10506

PressureValidity

DFI

10507

10507

AGA8BaseCalcValidity

DFI

10508

10508

AGA8FlowCalcValidity

DFI

10584

30000-30031

DataQlty (copy of CPU register 1506) This register uses 19 bits; there are 32 bits possible, including UFMSystemStatus bits.

DFI

10950

30032-30047

DFISystemStatus1 (16 bits)

DFI

10951

30048-30063

DFISystemStatus2 (16 bits)

DFI

10952

30064-30095

UFMCommChangeStatus (only flags if communication cannot be established after a fixed amount of time)

DFI

10959

30096-30127

AGA8BaseCalcStatus (18 different errors)

DFI

10960

30128-30159

AGA8FlowCalcStatus (18 different errors)

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Record No. (i.e., the log record you want to view). 5. Click on the button to choose a template file. The Log Template window appears.

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6. Click on the button to select a template configuration.The Select Log Configuration File window appears.

7. Click on the button to enable the selected template configuration and return to the Log page. 8. Click on the button. DUI decodes the response message, using the selected template format.

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)7((    Use this process to create a new template to directly decode data retrieved from the DFI board. 1. Click on the button. The Log Template window appears.

2. Type the number of variables you want to decode in the Quantity data box. For each variable, select the data type. DUI will decode the response message retrieved from the DFI board according to these data types, following the same sequence defined in the template. 3. Click on the button to choose the desired filename.

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4. Click on the button to apply and save your selections to disk. This action will overwrite the existing configuration file. Click on the button to select the current configuration and return to the Log page. Click on the button to exit this window without saving your changes. Click on the button to reset the Log Template to its default configuration.

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1. Use the Log Access pull-down menu to select the Audit/Alarm log. 2. Use the Function pull-down menu to select Function 5. 3. Type â&#x20AC;&#x153;1â&#x20AC;? in the Record No. data box. 4. Click on the

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1. Use the Log Access pull-down menu to select the Audit/Alarm log. 2. Use the Function pull-down menu to select Function 5. 3. Type â&#x20AC;&#x153;0â&#x20AC;? in the Record No. data box. 4. Click on the )7(5

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This section shows you how to download the application firmware to the CPU and Diagnostic and Frequency Interface (DFI) boards. Click on the Flash tab to access this function.

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6 1.. 1 , 6+ *  To download a firmware application to the CPU board, 1. Ensure that the Flash EEPROM Programming Key is set correctly. See Section 17.1 above. 2. Ensure that a communications port is open. See Section 7.2 for detailed instructions. 3. Click on the CPU Board option under Hardware Selection. 4. For CPU Firmware, click on the HC11 and DSP options to download the application firmware. 5. Type the file name and directory path in the File Directory data box or click on the button to select the desired file from a directory tree. 6. Use the CPU Version pull-down menu to select the proper software version number. 7. Click on the button. The status displays in the Download Status window. The application firmware download consists of 8 banks (numbered 0 to 7). DUI verifies each bank after the firmware has been sent to the CPU board.

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If you receive an error, ensure all connections are correct and secure. See Section 17.6 for a list of required firmware files. See Section 17.4 to save the download results to disk. 8. After successfully completing all planned downloads, â&#x20AC;˘ Set the 12-volt programming switch on the Programming Key to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;offâ&#x20AC;? position. â&#x20AC;˘ Power-down the CPU board. â&#x20AC;˘ Disconnect the Programming Key. 9. If required, reconnect the DFI and CPU boards. );(3

6 1.. 1 , 2 *  To download a firmware application to the DFI board, 1. Ensure that the Flash EEPROM Programming Key is set correctly. See Section 17.1 above. 2. Ensure that a communications port is open. See Section 7.2 for detailed instructions. 3. Click on the DFI Board option under Hardware Selection. 4. Click on the InitMem option to initialize the EEPROM. Note that the InitMem function will clear all previously set parameters as well as the log memory. To preserve this data, you can upload the parameters (see Section 13.1) and/or read the DFI log files (see Section 16.1).

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5. Type the file name and directory path in the File Directory data box or click on the button to select the desired file from a directory tree. 6. Click on the button. The status displays in the Download Status window. 7. After the InitMem download is completed successfully, switch the 12 V Power Out to â&#x20AC;&#x153;offâ&#x20AC;?. Power down the DFI board and remove the Programming Key.

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8. Place the LED device on JP3. 9. Power up the DFI board and observe the LED. After a few moments, the LED should become steady. If the LED blinks, use the following table to trouble-shoot the error. LED

Error

1 Flash

HC11 Internal RAM Error

2 Flashes

External RAM Error

3 Flashes

Non-Volatile RAM Error

4 Flashes

HC11 EEPROM Error

5 Flashes

Problem initializing log memory

6 Flashes

Software Error

10. Power down the DFI board and remove the LED device. 11. Reconnect the Programming Key (see Section 17.1). 12. Click on DFI Firmware option to download application firmware.

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13. Click on the button. The status displays in the Download Status window. Note that the application firmware download consists of 8 banks (numbered 0 to 7). DUI verifies each bank after the firmware has been sent to the DFI board. If you receive an error, ensure all connections are correct and secure. See Section 17.6 for a list of required firmware files. 14. After successfully completing all planned downloads, â&#x20AC;˘ Set the 12-volt programming switch on the Programming Key to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;offâ&#x20AC;? position. â&#x20AC;˘ Power-down the DFI board. â&#x20AC;˘ Disconnect the Programming Key. 15. Reconnect the DFI and CPU boards. Power up the DFI board and establish communications via the DUI software (see Section 7.1). To verify a proper initialization, read the Modbus Register Block #61 (see Section 12.1). All volume register values should be â&#x20AC;&#x153;0.0â&#x20AC;?. If not, reinitialize the board. See Section 17.4 to save the download results to disk. );(4

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Start

If RS-485 communication is used on either communication port, then specify the communication response delay for the port(s) via registers 10204 (Port A) and 10205 (Port B) (block 56) (DFI V2.20+).

Set the Real-Time Clock via registers 10030-10035 (block 52) (DFI V3.00+).

Select the system of units via register 10026 (block 51) as U.S. Customary (0) or metric (1).

Set the volumetric flow rate time unit via register 10028 (block 51) to 0 for volume/second, 1 for volume/hour, or 2 for volume/day

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"A"

YES

Does meter require flow-profile correction? Device numbers 3410, 3420, and 3450 require flow profile correction. The device number is read via register 11004 (block 70).

NO

YES

Will the default correction factor be used or will it be calculated or specified? (Note: a calculated correction factor requires input or specified temperature and pressure.)

DEFAULT

For DFI V3.72+, set the specified correction factor to 0.0 via register 10084 (block 53) to indicate that the default correction factor should be used. Prior to V3.72, the DFI uses the default correction factor when temperature or pressure is disabled.

CALCULATED

YES

Is Reynolds Number to be calculated?

Are base-condition volumes and volumetric flow rates required?

NO

NO

SPECIFIED (DFI V3.72+) Specify the correction factor to be used via register 10084 (block 53) (unless a flow computer will be providing the correction factor).

For Reynolds Number calculation, set the gas viscosity via register 10130 and the wall roughness via register 10132 (block 54).

Disable flow-condition temperature and pressure input by setting registers 10202 and 10203 (block 56) to 0.

Perform Temperature Set-Up

Disable flow-condition temperature and pressure input by setting registers 10202 and 10203 (block 56) to 0.

Perform Pressure Set-Up

Perform AGA8 Set-Up

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YES

Is temperature expansion correction required (DFI V3.10+)?

Enable expansion correction due to temperature by setting register 10210 (block 56) to 1. Set the linear expansion coefficient via register10138 and the linear expansion coefficient reference temperature via register 10140 (block 54).

NO

Disable expansion correction due to temperature by setting register 10210 (block 56) to 0.

Perform Temperature Set-Up if not already done.

YES

Is pressure expansion correction required (DFI V3.10+)?

Enable expansion correction due to pressure by setting register 10211 (block 56) to 1. Set the pipe outside diameter via register 10142, Youngs Modulus via register 10144, and Poissons Ratio via register 10146 (all in block 54).

NO

Disable expansion correction due to pressure by setting register 10211 (block 56) to 0.

Perform Pressure Set-Up if not already done.

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Are the frequency outputs to be used?

NO

YES Perform Frequency Output Set-Up

Is the current output to be used?

NO

YES Perform Current Output Set-Up

Perform Logging Set-Up (DFI V3.00+)

Specify the length of time that the DFI can remain in a non-normal mode via register 10024 (block 51). Note: specifying 0 allows the DFI to remain in a non-normal mode indefinitely.

Perform Analog Temperature Input Calibration if necessary.

Perform Analog Pressure Input Calibration if necessary.

Perform Current Output Calibration if necessary.

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Temperature Set-Up

INPUT

SPECIFIED

Is temperature input via an analog signal or specified via an external computer?

Select specified temperature by setting register 10202 (block 56) to 2. (It is expected that an external computer will specify the flow-condition temperature via register 10134 (block 54).)

Select analog temperature input by setting register 10202 (block 56) to 1.

Set the temperature input range. Set the temperature represented by a 4ma or 1V input signal via register 10054 and the temperature represented by a 20ma or 5V input signal via register 10056 (block 53).

Set the temperature alarm limits. Set the low temperature alarm limit via register 10058 and the high temperature alarm limit via register 10060 (block 53).

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Pressure Set-Up

ABSOLUTE

GAGE Is pressure gage or absolute?

Select gage input pressure by setting register 10027 (block 51) to 0. Set the atmospheric pressure via register 10104 (block 54).

Select absolute input pressure by setting register 10027 (block 51) to 1.

INPUT

SPECIFIED

Is pressure input via an analog signal or specified via an external computer?

Select specified pressure input by setting register 10203 (block 56) to 2. (It is expected that an external computer will specify the flow-condition pressure via register 10136 (block 54).)

Select analog pressure input by setting register 10203 (block 56) to 1.

Set the pressure input range. Set the pressure represented by a 4ma or 1V input signal via register 10062 and the pressure represented by a 20ma or 5V input signal via register 10064 (block 53).

Set the pressure alarm limits. Set the low pressure alarm limit via register 10066 and the high pressure alarm limit via register 10068 (block 53).

Return from Pressure Set-Up

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AGA8 Set-Up

Are the AGA8 calculations to be performed internally (by the DFI) or externally (by a flow computer with results specified to the DFI)?

INTERNALLY

Specify the base temperature and (absolute) pressure via registers 10100 and 10102, respectively (block 54).

EXTERNALLY (Requires DFI V3.40 or later)

Select external AGA8 calculations by setting register 10106 (block 54) to 0.0. (The flow computer is expected to specify the gas flow-condition mass density via register 10078, the flow-condition compressibility via register 10080, and the base-condition compressibility via register 10082 (block 54).)

Specify the specific gravity via register 10112 and its reference temperture and (absolute) pressure via registers 10114 and 10116, respectively (block 54).

Specify mole fractions of CO2 , H 2, and CO via registers 10124, 10126, 10128, respectively (block 54).

Is conversion to base condition required?

NO

YES 2

1 Is Gross Method 1 or 2 to be used?

Specify the base temperature and (absolute) pressure via registers 10100 and 10102, respectively (block 54).

Select method 1 by setting register 10106 (block 54) to 1.0.

Select method 2 by setting register 10106 (block 54) to 2.0.

Specify the measured volumetric gross heating value via register 10108 and the reference temperature via register 10110 (block 54).

Specify the nitrogen mole fraction via register 10122 (block 54).

Specify the molar density reference temperature and (absolute) pressure via registers 10118 and 10120, respectively (block 54).

Return from AGA8 Set-Up

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Frequency Output Set-Up

Select volumetric flow rate condition via register 10016 (block 51) as either flow-condition (0) or base-condition (1). Note that the base-condition can only be represented if AGA8 calculations are performed internally or are performed externally with the results specified to the DFI. Refer to the AGA8 Set-Up diagram for further information.

Select the flow direction to be represented by frequency outputs 1 and 2 via registers 10017 and 10018, respectively (block 51). Select from reverse flow (0), forward flow (1), or absolute flow (2). For DFI versions 3.71+ used with FPGA revision 2.0+, persistent "B" channel may be selected with reverse flow (3), forward flow (4), or absolute flow (5). (Persistent "B" channel means that the "B" channel will not go to zero in the case of invalid frequency outout or when in the test mode.)

Select the maximum frequency output (in Hertz) via register 10020 (block 51) as 1000 or 5000.

Specify the volumetric flow rate represented by the maximum frequency output (selected above) via register 10050 (block 53). (Note: the units are determined by the units system selected via register 10026 and the volumetric flow rate time unit selected via register 10028 (both block 51).)

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Current Output Set-Up

If the volumetric flow rate condition has not yet been set-up (as part of the frequency output set-up), select the volumetric flow rate condition via register 10016 (block 51) as either flow-condition (0) or base-condition (1). Note that the base-condition can only be represented if AGA8 calculations are performed internally or are performed externally with the results specified to the DFI. Refer to the AGA8 Set-Up diagram for further information.

Select the flow direction to be represented by the current output via register 10019 (block 51). Select from reverse flow (0), forward flow (1), or absolute flow (2).

Specify the volumetric flow rate represented by the maximum current output (20 mA) via register 10052 (block 53). (Note: the units are determined by the units system selected via register 10026 and the volumetric flow rate time unit selected via register 10028 (both block 51).)

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Logging Set-Up

Specify the contract hour (for daily logging) in military format (0-23 hours) via register 10206 (block 56).

Select the log date and time format via register 10207 (block 56). The available selections are as follows: 0 1 2 3 4 5

floating point long integer floating point long integer floating point long integer

Date format MMDDYY Date format MMDDYYYY Date format DDMMYY Date format DDMMYYYY Date format YYMMDD Date format YYYYMMDD

(Note: selections 2 through 5 are not available prior to V3.20.) Time is in HHMMSS military format in either floating point (selections 0, 2, or 4) or long integer (selections 1, 3, or 5)

Select the format for transmitting daily and hourly log record volume information via registers 10208 and 10209, respectively (block 56) as 32-bit floating point (0) or 32-bit integer (1). Note: the 32-bit integer format should be selected if the volumes are expected to require more than seven digits of precision.

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Perform Analog Temperature Input Calibration

Enter the Maintenance Mode Read Inputs Submode by setting register 10000 to 2 (selecting Maintenance Mode) and setting register 10002 to 0 (selecting Read Inputs Submode) (both block 50).

Force the analog temperature input to the minimum value (i.e., the value corresponding to a 4 mA or 1V input signal).

Enter the Temperature Offset Calibration Submode by setting register 10002 (block 50) to 1.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating offset calibration submode completion)?

NO

YES

RE-CALIBRATE

Accept the offset value indicated via register 10800 (block 66), reset to default, or re-calibrate?

ACCEPT

RESET Select the temperature offset reset submode via setting register 10002 to 101.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating offset reset submode completion)?

NO

YES Continue with Temp. Gain Cal.

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Temp. Gain Cal.

Force the analog temperature input as close to the maximum value (i.e., the value corresponding to a 20 mA or 5V input signal) as possible. Set the corresponding temperature via register 10070 (block 53).

Enter the Temperature Gain Calibration Submode by setting register 10002 (block 50) to 2.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating gain calibration submode completion)?

NO

YES

RE-CALIBRATE

Accept the gain coefficient indicated via register 10802 (block 66), reset to default, or re-calibrate?

ACCEPT

RESET

Select the temperature gain reset submode via setting register 10002 to 102.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating gain reset submode completion)?

NO

YES

Return the analog temperature input to its normal (i.e., non-forced) value. Return to the Normal Mode by setting register 10000 (block 50) to 0.

Return from Analog Temperature Input Calibration

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Perform Analog Pressure Input Calibration

Enter the Maintenance Mode Read Inputs Submode by setting register 10000 to 2 (selecting Maintenance Mode) and setting register 10002 to 0 (selecting Read Inputs Submode) (both block 50).

Force the analog pressure input to the minimum value (i.e., the value corresponding to a 4 mA or 1V input signal).

Enter the Pressure Offset Calibration Submode by setting register 10002 (block 50) to 3.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating offset calibration submode completion)?

NO

YES

RE-CALIBRATE

Accept the offset value indicated via register 10804 (block 66), reset to default, or re-calibrate?

ACCEPT

RESET Select the pressure offset reset submode via setting register 10002 to 103.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating offset reset submode completion)?

NO

YES

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Pressure Gain Cal.

Force the analog pressure input as close to the maximum value (i.e., the value corresponding to a 20 mA or 5V input signal) as possible. Set the corresponding pressure via register 10072 (block 53).

Enter the Pressure Gain Calibration Submode by setting register 10002 (block 50) to 4.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating gain calibration submode completion)?

NO

YES

RE-CALIBRATE

Accept the gain coefficient indicated via register 10806 (block 66), reset to default, or re-calibrate?

ACCEPT

RESET

Select the pressure gain reset submode via setting register 10002 to 104.

Read register 10002. Is the register changed to 0 (indicating gain reset submode completion)?

NO

YES

Return the analog pressure input to its normal (i.e., non-forced) value. Return to the Normal Mode by setting register 10000 (block 50) to 0.

Return from Analog Pressure Input Calibration

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Perform Current Output Calibration

Enter the Current Zero-Scale Calibration Submode by setting register 10000 to 3 (selecting Current Calibration Mode) and setting register 10003 to 0 (selecting Zero-Scale Calibration Submode) (both block 50).

Measure the zero-scale current output signal and specify the measured value (in mA) via register 10074 (block 53).

RE-CALIBRATE

Accept the offset value indicated via register 10808 (block 66), reset to default, or re-calibrate?

ACCEPT

RESET Select the Current Zero-Scale Reset Submode via setting register 10003 to 100.

Enter the Current Full-Scale Calibration Submode by setting register 10003 to 1 (block 50).

Measure the full-scale current output signal and specify the measured value (in mA) via register 10076 (block 53).

RE-CALIBRATE

Accept the gain coefficient indicated via register 10810 (block 66), reset to default, or re-calibrate?

ACCEPT

RESET Select the Current Zero-Scale Reset Submode via setting register 10003 to 100.

Return to the Normal Mode by setting register 10000 (block 50) to 0.

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