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Warranty

Items sold by Dresser® are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of one year from the date of shipment provided said items are used according
to Dresser recommended usages. Dresser, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue manufac-
ture of any product or change product materials, design or specifications without notice. This
instruction manual applies to the following instruments and approved software: SVI ® II AP
Positioner and ValVue® software.
The SVI II AP series positioners are warranted for use only with interface software approved
by Dresser Inc. Consult Masoneilan Dresser factory locations for approved software listing.

About this Guide


This Quick Start Guide applies to the following instruments and approved software:
SVI II AP -2 through SVI II AP-3
- with Firmware version 3.1.1
- with ValVue® version 2.4 or greater
- with AMS® ValVue® SNAP-ON® version 2.4 or greater
- with Model HH375 HART® Communicator with DD published for SVI II AP
- (Masoneilan Device type 202, 0, 00CA)
The information in this manual is subject to change without prior notice.
The information contained in this manual, in whole or part, shall not be transcribed or copied
without Masoneilan’s written permission.
In no case does this manual guarantee the merchantability of the positioner or the software
or its adaptability to a specific client needs.
Please report any errors or questions about the information in this manual to your local
supplier or visit www.masoneilan.com.

Copyright
All software is the intellectual property of Dresser, Inc.
The complete design and manufacture is the intellectual property of Dresser, Inc.

Masoneilan®, FVP®, SVI®, and ValVue® are registered trademarks of Dresser, Inc.
All information contained herein is believed to be accurate at the time of publication
and is subject to change without notice.
Copyright 2006 by Dresser, Inc. All rights reserved.
PN 055201-167 REV B
Safety Information

This section provides safety information including safety symbols that


are used on the SVI II AP and the safety symbol definition.

Important - Please Read Before Installation!

Safety SVI II AP instructions contain DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION


Symbols labels and Notes, where necessary, to alert you to safety related or
other important information. Read the instructions carefully before
installing and maintaining your instrument. DANGER and WARNING
hazards are related to personal injury. CAUTION hazards involve
equipment or property damage. Operation of damaged equipment can,
under certain operational conditions, result in degraded process
system performance that can lead to injury or death. Total compliance
with all DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION notices is required for
safe operation.

This is the safety alert symbol. It alerts you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided could


result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided could


result in serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided could


result in minor or moderate injury.

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When used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially


hazardous situation, which if not avoided could result in property
damage.

Note: Indicates important facts and conditions.

SVI II AP The SVI II AP positioner is intended for use with industrial compressed
Product air or, natural gas systems only. Ensure that an adequate pressure
Safety relief provision is installed when the application of system supply
pressure could cause peripheral equipment to malfunction. Installation
must be in accordance with local and national compressed air and
instrumentation codes.
Products certified as explosion proof or flame proof equipment or for
use in intrinsically safe installations MUST BE:
™ Installed, put into service, used and maintained in
compliance with national and local regulations and
in accordance with the recommendations contained
in the relevant standards concerning potentially
explosive atmospheres.
™ Used only in situations that comply with the certifi-
cation conditions shown in this document and after
verification of their compatibility with the zone of
intended use and the permitted maximum ambient
temperature
™ Installed, put into service and maintained by quali-
fied and competent professionals who have under-
gone suitable training for instrumentation used in
areas with potentially explosive atmospheres.

Before using these products with fluids other than air or for non-
industrial applications, consult Dresser, Inc. This product is not
intended for use in life support systems.
Under certain operating conditions, the use of damaged instruments
could cause a degradation of the performance of the system which may
lead to personal injury or death.
Use only genuine replacement parts which are provided by the
manufacturer, to guarantee that the products comply with the essential
safety requirements of the European Directives mentioned on the front
cover.
™ Changes to specifications, structure, and compo-
nents used may not lead to the revision of this man-
ual unless such changes affect the function and
performance of the product.

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Contents

Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i

Safety Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i

SVI II AP Product Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii

Section 1 Installation and Set Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Using the Quick Start Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Mounting the SVI II AP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3


Necessary Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Installing the SVI II AP Remote Position Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4


Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Connecting the Tubing and Air Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7


Single Acting Positioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Double Acting Positioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connecting the Air Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Wiring the SVI II AP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10


Connecting to the Control Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Wiring Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
SVI II AP Setups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Grounding Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Compliance Voltage in Single Drop Current Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Verify Wiring and Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

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SVI II AP Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Tools Needed for Cover Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Display Cover Removal and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Removing the SVI II AP Display Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Installing the SVI II AP Display Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Section 2 Check Out, Configuration and Calibration . . . . . . 17

Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Check Out Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17


Physical Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Actuator, Linkages, or Rotary Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Verify Mounting and Linkage Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Checking the Magnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Performing a Visual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Using ValVue 2.4 to Check Magnet Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Checking the Air Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Checking the Electronic Module Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Making Connections to the Terminal Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Operational Checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Connecting to the Current Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Pushbutton Locks and Configuration-Lock Jumper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Hardware Configuration Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Powering Up the SVI II AP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
ValVue 2.4 Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
ValVue 2.4 Lite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
ValVue 2.4 Full Trial Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Pushbuttons and Local Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Pushbuttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Configuration with Pushbuttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Viewing Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Viewing Status Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
VIEW DATA Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Auto Tune . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Check-out with a HART Handheld Communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Appendix A Specifications and References . . . . . . . . . . . A-1

Physical and Operational Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1

Hazardous Location Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7

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Introduction The SVI® II AP (Smart Valve Interface) is the next generation of
Masoneilan’s intelligent digital valve positioners. The SVI II AP is a
compact, industrial tough, high performance, digital valve positioner
that combines a local display with remote communication and
diagnostic capabilities. The SVI II AP is available with every option
needed to fulfill all application requirements and communicates using
the HART® protocol. The SVI II AP offers:
™ Extreme Accuracy
™ Extreme Reliability
™ Extreme Digital Precision
™ Automated Valve Commissioning
™ Precise, Quick, Responsive Control of Valve
Position
™ Sophisticated Valve Diagnostics

Figure 1 SVI II AP

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SVI II AP Assembled
SVI II AP Cover

Pneumatic Train and


Cover (I/P Module, Relay)

Manifold
I/P
Electronics
Module

Relay
Figure 2 SVI II AP Components

Using the The SVI II AP Quick Start Guide is intended to help an experienced
Quick Start Field Engineer install, setup, and calibrate an SVI in the most efficient
Guide manner possible. This document provides basic installation and setup
instructions and is not intended to replace the in-depth information
contained in the SVI II AP Instruction Manual EW2002-AP. If you
experience problems that are not documented in this guide refer to the
Masoneilan SVI II AP Instruction Manual EW2002-AP, call your local
Masoneilan representative, or go to www.masoneilan.com. Sales
offices are listed on the last page of this document
The steps necessary to complete the SVI II AP installation and software
setup are outlined in Table 1 below.

Table 1 SVI II AP Installation Steps

Step No. Procedure Reference


1 Attach mounting bracket to the See page 3 for rotary valve and
actuator. reciprocating valve instructions.
2 Install the SVI II AP magnetic See page 3 for instructions.
assembly (rotary valves only).
3 Assemble the SVI II AP on the See page 3 for rotary valve and
bracket that is mounted to the valve reciprocating valve instructions.
actuator.

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Table 1 SVI II AP Installation Steps

Step No. Procedure Reference


4 Install the Remote Mount, if See page 4 for instructions.
necessary.
5 Connect the pneumatic tubing to the See page 7 for instructions.
SVI II AP.
6 Connect the air supply to the SVI II See page 9 for instructions.
AP.
7 Connect the positioner to the HART See page 10 for instructions.
Control Loop segment by installing
the SVI II AP wiring.
8 Configure/calibrate using ValVue.2.4 See page 24 and page 28 for
instructions
Configure/calibrate using a HART See page 31 for instructions.
Hand Held Communicator

Failure to adhere to the requirements listed in this manual may cause


loss of life and property.

Before installing, using, or carrying out any maintenance tasks


associated with this instrument, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY. (Refer to “Hazardous Location Installation” on
page A-7 of this guide for detailed instructions.)

Mounting the This guide provides installation instructions for mounting an SVI II AP
SVI II AP on both rotary and reciprocating actuated valves. The mounting
process can be broken down into the following:
™ Attach the mounting bracket to the actuator.
™ Install the magnetic assembly.
™ Assemble the SVI II AP on the mounting bracket.

Note: The SVI II AP should be mounted with the conduit connections


down in order to facilitate drainage of condensate from the con-
duit.

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Necessary Precautions
To avoid injury or the process being affected when installing or
replacing a positioner on a control valve, ensure that:
™ If the valve is located in a hazardous area make
sure the area has been certified as “safe” or that all
electrical power to the area has been disconnected
before removing any covers or disconnecting any
leads.
™ Shut off air supply to the actuator and to any valve
mounted equipment.
™ Ensure the valve is isolated from the process by
either shutting off the process or using bypass
valves for isolation. Tag shutoff or bypass valves to
guard against a “turn-on” while work is in progress.
™ Bleed air from actuator and check that valve is in its
unenergized position.
It is now safe to disconnect and remove any valve mounted equipment
that is being replaced.
For the procedure to mount rotary and reciprocating valves, refer to the
Mounting Instructions contained in the valve’s Mounting Box kit.

Installing the An option that is available for the SVI II AP is the Remote Position
SVI II AP Sensor. The Remote Position Sensor, is a remotely mounted position-
Remote sensing device, that is connected electrically to an SVI II AP valve
Position positioner. It is used as position feedback in applications where direct
Sensor mounting of an SVI II AP to a valve actuator is not practical due,
typically but not limited to, extreme vibration, heat or radiation.
The Remote Position Sensor is a potentiometer located in an enclosure
which can be mounted on a valve or damper to indicate stem position
when connected to a suitable receiver. There is a three wire connection
provided on a screw terminal block to interconnect to the receiving
device.
The SVI II AP Remote Position Sensor is suitable for installation
outdoors in an industrial environment. Mounting kits are provided to
permit mounting on a variety of valves.

Do not remove the instrument cover or connect to an electrical circuit in


a Hazardous Area unless the power is disconnected.

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™ Comply with current national and local regulations


for electrical installation work.
™ Comply with national and local explosive
atmosphere regulations.
™ Before carrying out any work on the device, power
off the instrument or make sure that the locale
conditions for potentially explosive atmosphere
permit the safe opening of the cover.
Installation Procedure
For the Remote Position Sensor installation procedure refer to the
mounting instructions provided with the Remote Position Sensor.
1. Remove the cover from the Remote Position Sensor
assembly by turning the cover in a counter-clockwise (fac-
ing the cover) direction.
2. Connect the Remote Position Sensor to the mounting
bracket by inserting four M6 x 20 mm Socket Head Cap
Screws through the appropriate screws holes (according
to the valve) on the Remote Position Sensor bracket and
using a 3⁄16 inch Hex Key with tee handle.
3. Route the instrument cable from the SVI II AP to the
Remote Position Sensor (see Figure 3 on page 6 for
installation instructions).
4. Thread the cable through the conduit at the bottom of the
Remote Position Sensor.
5. Using a blade screwdriver, loosen the screws on the
terminal block and connect the black, brown and red wires
to the appropriate labelled connectors.
6. Tighten the screws.
7. Attach the feedback lever to the Remote Position Sensor
shaft. From the cover side, the lever should be pointing to
the left for reciprocating valves and to the right for rotary
valves.
8. Place the Remote Position Sensor on the mounting
bracket.
9. Attach the Remote Position Sensor and secure the
turnbuckle to the lever ensuring that the shaft at the rear of
the Remote Position Sensor is inserted into the valve
actuator. (Refer to Table 2 “Remote Position Sensor
Turnbuckle Length” below for turnbuckle length.)
10. Replace the Remote Position Sensor cover.

Table 2 Remote Position Sensor Turnbuckle Length


Actuator Size Stroke Turnbuckle Length

6 and 10 0.5 - 0.8 inch 1.25 inch


10 0.5 - 0.8 inch 1.25 inch

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Table 2 Remote Position Sensor Turnbuckle Length


Actuator Size Stroke Turnbuckle Length

10 >0.8 – 1.5 inch 1.25 inch


16 0.5 - 0.8 inch 2.90 inch
16 >0.8 – 1.5 inch 2.90 inch
16 >1.5 – 2.5 inch 2.90 inch
23 0.5 - 0.8 inch 5.25 inch
23 >0.8 – 1.5 inch 5.25 inch
23 >1.5 – 2.5 inch 5.25 inch

Remote Terminal Block

Step 3 Wire Color SVI II AP Terminal Number Function


Insert Ferrules into “Remote”
Terminal Block according to Red 1 Positive
the chart at the right:
Brown 2 Signal
Black 3 Ground

Step 1
Connect Drain Wire
to Open Terminal
Step 2
When connecting cable to
Remote Position Sensor make sure wire
colors match:
- Red to Red
- Brown to Brown
- Black to Black

1 2 3

Figure 3 SVI II AP Remote Position Sensor Installation

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Installation and Set Up Connecting the Tubing and Air Supply

Connecting The last step in hardware installation for the SVI II AP is to connect the
the Tubing air supply to the positioner. This section describes the process for
and Air connecting the tubing and air supply to a single and double acting
Supply positioner.

Isolate the valve from the process and disconnect air tubing from the
positioner. Disconnect air fully to avoid injury or process damage.
1. Install the pneumatic tubing using a regulated, clean,
instrument air supply to the air supply port (S←)
2. For a single acting actuator - pipe the outbound air from
the output pressure port (←I) to the valve actuator.
3. For a double acting actuator - pipe the air going out of
each side of valve actuator. Use both output pressure port
one (←I) for one side of the actuator and output pressure
port two (←II) for the other side of the actuator.
4. Connect air supply and actuator outports (1⁄4 inch NPT)
™ Supply pressure for single acting SVI II AP:
20 -100 psi (1.4 - 6.9 bar) (138 - 690 kPa)
™ Supply pressure for double acting SVI II AP:
20 - 150 psi (1.4 - 10.4 bar) (138 - 1035 kPa)
™ Minimum tubing diameter 1⁄4 inch (6mmx4mm)
Note: The SVI II AP Digital Positioner is designed to operate with
clean, dry, oil-free, instrument grade air to ANSI-ISA-57.3 1975
(R1981) or ISA-S7.3-1975 (R1981) or with a sweet natural gas
supply (SVI II AP models SVI II AP-2 through SVI II AP-5).
Table 3 Air Supply Requirements

Dew Point At least 18° F (10° C) below minimum anticipated ambient


temperature
Particulate Matter Filtered to 5 microns
Oil Content Less than 1 ppm w/w
Contaminants Free of all corrosive contaminants

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Single Acting Positioner


The supply and output connections for the SVI II AP, located on bottom
of the pneumatic block, are tapped 1⁄4 inch NPT. Output is toward the
front, supply is toward the back. Two pressure gauges, output on top,
supply on bottom, are located on the front of the pneumatic block.
Maximum allowable air supply pressure to the SVI II AP varies
according to actuator, valve size, and valve type. See Pressure Drop
tables in valve specification sheets to determine the correct positioner
supply pressure. Minimum supply pressure should be 5 to 10 psi above
maximum spring pressure but may not exceed the rated actuator
pressure.

Output
Supply

Figure 4 Air Ports on Single Acting Positioner

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Double Acting Positioner

Connect Output 1, labeled “(←I)” to the inlet port of the actuator and
connect Output 2 labeled “(←II)” to the opposing actuator port (see
Figure 5 below for double acting ports.

Supply Output II
Output I Connector Connector
Connector

Figure 5 Air Ports on Double Acting Positioner


Connecting the Air Supply
After the tubing is installed, use the following procedure to connect the
air supply.
1. Connect a supply of clean, dry compressed air to the filter
regulator.
2. Turn on the air supply.
3. Adjust the filter regulator.
4. Supply pressure must be 5 - 10 psi greater than the spring
range of the actuator but may not exceed the rated
actuator pressure. Refer to the valve or actuator
instruction manual.

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Wiring the In order for the SVI II AP to communicate the positioner data the SVI II
SVI II AP AP must be physically connected to a HART communication. The
procedure below outlines wiring the SVI II AP.

™ Comply with current national and local regulations


for electrical installation work.
™ Comply with national and local explosive
atmosphere regulations.
™ Before carrying out any work on the device, power
off the instrument or make sure that the locale
conditions for potentially explosive atmosphere
permit the safe opening of the cover.
Connecting to the Control Loop
The SVI positioner MUST BE grounded according to local regulations.
It is important to maintain correct polarity at all times, otherwise the
positioner may not operate properly. The SVI II AP should be physically
connected to the HART loop using a cable specified by the HART
Communication Foundation. A shielded cable is recommended.
To connect the Control Loop to the SVI II AP:
1. Connect one end of the cable to the control loop's
4 - 20mA output
2. Remove the threaded wiring covers on the positioner.
3. Connect the other end of the cable to the SVI II AP. There
are two threaded openings on the positioner. Use the
opening with the red plastic insert.
4. Maintain polarity + and - respectively.
Wiring Guidelines
This list contains eight guidelines for a successful implementation of DC
current signal, DC power, and HART communication to the SVI II AP:
1. Compliance voltage at the SVI II AP must be 9 volts at the
maximum current of 20 mA.
2. Signal to the SVI II AP must be a regulated current in the
range 3.2 to 22 mA.
3. Controller output circuit must be unaffected by the HART
tones which are in the frequency range between 1200 and
2200 Hz.
4. Frequency range of the HART tones must have a circuit
impedance of more than 220 Ohms, typically 250 Ohms.
5. HART tones may be imposed by the positioner and a
communication device located anywhere on the signaling
circuit.

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6. Capacitance of the signaling circuit must not exceed 0.26


microfarads or 0.10 microfarads with high series
resistance.
7. Cabling must be shielded to prevent electrical noise that
would interfere with the HART tones, with the shield
grounded.
8. Signal must be properly grounded in only one place.
Note: For details and calculation methods for wiring resistance, and
capacitance and for calculation of cable characteristics please
refer to the HART FSK Physical Layer Specification.
SVI II AP Setups
Typical system setups are shown in Figure 6 on page 13, General
Purpose and Explosion Proof (EEx d) Installation Schematic and Figure
7 on page 13, Intrinsically Safe Installation Schematic. The SVI II AP
positioner can be located in a general-purpose or hazardous area
protected by Explosion Proof (EEx d) methods. Wiring diagrams are
generalized, actual wiring must adhere to Electrical Installation section
of manual and local electrical codes. The use of a Handheld
Communicator or a HART modem is not permitted in the Hazardous
Area protected by Explosion Proof (EEx d) methods. In Figure 7 on
page 13 the SVI II AP positioner is located in a hazardous area that is
protected by Intrinsically Safe wiring practices.
The SVI II AP requires an electrical input from a 4-20 mA current
source. The SVI II AP input signal can carry a HART communication
protocol signal from ValVue 2.4 or greater software and a HART
modem, or from a HART Hand Held Communicator. Since the process
control system, the source of the input signal, is located in a non-
hazardous location, setup requires an intrinsic safety barrier be placed
between the process control system and the SVI II AP. If the SVI II AP
is located in a hazardous area with Intrinsically Safe protection a barrier
is not required for a flameproof installation. Alternatively the system
can be installed as Explosion Proof ⁄ flameproof. SVI II AP can
communicate with a remote PC running ValVue software via a modem
connected to the PC's serial or USB port. The PC, which is not
intrinsically safe, must be connected to the circuit on the safe area side
of the intrinsic safety barrier if the valve is located in a hazardous area.
The SVI II AP can be operated, calibrated, configured, and interrogated
either by using local pushbutton and display, or by using a PC running
ValVue 2.4 software, HART Handheld Communicator, or any registered
HART Host that supports DDs. The HART Handheld Communicator is
approved for Intrinsically Safe use in accordance with FM and ATEX
standards. Read and observe all HHC labelling. The SVI II AP is
polarity sensitive so the positive lead must be connected to the positive
(+) terminal and the negative lead to the negative (-) terminal. Reversal
of input will not cause damage but the unit will not function.

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Grounding Practices
To ensure proper grounding make sure that case, signal, and ground
connections are made in compliance with the plants normal grounding
practices. Any point in the loop can be referenced to ground, but there
must never be more than one ground point. Normally ground is
connected at the controller or at the intrinsic safety barrier.
The case grounding screws are located on the outside of the case at
the lower right of the display cover and inside the cover. The case is
isolated from all circuitry and can be grounded locally in accordance
with applicable codes.
If noise or instability is present set the positioner to MANUAL mode of
operation and manually position the valve over it’s entire range. If the
valve is stable in MANUAL mode then the problem can be noise in the
control system. Recheck all wiring connections and ground points.
Compliance Voltage in Single Drop Current Mode
The SVI II AP requires 9.0 Volts at 20 mA and 11.0 Volts at 4 mA.
Typical HART devices require MORE Voltage at higher current and
MORE current source have LESS Voltage available at higher current.
The SVI II AP is unique in that it requires LESS Voltage at higher current
which compliments the characteristic of the source requiring only 9
Volts at 20 mA.
Verify Wiring and Connections

Note: For split range installations the compliance voltage must be ca-
pable of the minimum span being 5 mA; the upper range value
must be 8 mA to 20 mA; the lower range values must be 4 mA
to 14 mA.
Use the following procedure to ensure that the SVI II AP is properly
powered:
™ Connect a DC voltmeter across the input terminals.
™ For an input current between 4 and 20 mA the
voltage varies between 11V and 9V respective.
™ Current is read from the local display or with a
milliammeter installed in series the SVI II AP.
™ When voltage exceeds 11 V check that polarity is
correct.
™ If voltage is less than 9 V and polarity is correct,
voltage compliance of current source is inadequate.
™ Connect a milliammeter in series with the current
signal. Verify that source can supply 20 mA to SVI II
AP input.
™ If 20 mA is not attainable, troubleshoot the source
and set up.

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Note: Improperly or inadequately grounded installations can cause


noise or instability in the control loop. The internal electronic
components are isolated from ground. Grounding the case is
unnecessary for functional purposes but grounding the case
may be necessary to conform to local codes.

Hazardous Area Non-Hazardous Area

SVI II AP Power
Supply

220 Ohms
HART compliant
control system
output card

HART
Modem
ValVue

HHC375

Figure 6 General Purpose and Explosion Proof Installation

SVI II AP Power
Supply

Single Channel
Barrier Zener Barrier
Resistance

220 Ohms
HART compliant
control system
output card

HART
Modem
ValVue

HHC375

Figure 7 Intrinsically Safe Installation

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SVI II AP The SVI II AP was designed based on a modular concept. All


Maintenance components are interchangeable allowing for easy, quick component
swapping.
The only maintenance procedures recommended for the SVI II AP are:
™ Remove and install the cover
™ Remove and install the I/P module
™ Remove and install the Pneumatic Relay
™ Upgrade to Display Cover

Do not remove the instrument cover or connect to an electrical circuit in


a Hazardous Area unless the power is disconnected.
Repair
Replacement of the Pneumatic Relay, I/P and cover (with or without
display) are the only field repairs permitted.
Only qualified service personnel are permitted to make repairs.
Only parts supplied by Masoneilan are permitted. This includes not
only the major assemblies but also mounting screws and “O” rings. No
substitutions with non-Masoneilan parts are permitted.
Detailed replacement procedures are described in the Instruction
Manual. The following summary assures the integrity of the SVI II AP.
Tools Needed for Cover Replacement
™ 5 mm hex key for the cover
™ 3 mm hex key for the lanyard

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Display Cover Removal and Installation


The cover with display (shown in Figure 8 below) is an option for the SVI
II AP. If you have an SVI II AP with a solid cover and would like to
upgrade to a display cover, follow the instructions below for removal
and installation.

Removing the SVI II AP Display Cover


To remove the SVI II AP Display cover:
1. Using a 5 mm Hex key unscrew the four screws around
the perimeter of the SVI II AP cover.
2. Lift the cover off the positioner.

Display
Cover

Pneumatic
Cover

Figure 8 SVI II AP Pneumatic and Display Covers

Installing the SVI II AP Display Cover

Note: After replacing the SVI Display Cover you must power up the
unit (see “Powering Up the SVI II AP” on page 23 of this guide).

The replacement Display Cover is shipped with a lanyard to prevent the


cable (that connects from the display to the Terminal Board) from
breaking. The lanyard must be inserted under the screw in the lower
left corner, that attaches the terminal board to the SVI II AP housing.
To Install the cover:
1. Install the lanyard and tighten the screw to 5 in/lb.

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2. Using the 3mm hex key, remove the screw from the lower
left corner, connecting the terminal board to the SVI II AP
housing.
3. Connect the cable from the display into the LCD connector
on the terminal board.
4. Ensure that the gasket is in its groove in the housing.
5. Place the cover over the screw mounts.
6. Tighten the four screws with the 5 mm hex key.
7. After installing the new display you will have to power up
the unit (refer to “Powering Up the SVI II AP” on page 23 of
this guide for further information).

Note: The cover of the SVI II AP is a critical component for safety in


Hazardous Areas. To ensure safe operation the flat surfaces of
the cover and the housing must be clean and absolutely free of
particles or dents. There must be no gap between the housing
and cover; torque spec is 50 in/lb.

Make sure that:


1. The gasket is seated in the groove in the housing flange.
2. No wires or retaining cable can be trapped under the cover
flange.
3. The flange area is not corroded and the surface is not
scarred.
4. The four cover bolts are securely tightened to 50 in/lb.

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and Calibration 2
Overview This section provides the calibration procedures to ensure proper valve
positioning. Operational checkout, configuration and calibration
procedures are described using an SVI II AP that has a display with
pushbuttons.

Note: You should perform all procedures in this section before putting
the SVI II AP into operation.

Check Out SVI checkout consists of physical and operational checkout


Procedures procedures. The physical checkout procedures are listed below:
™ Inspect the Actuator, Linkages, or Rotary Adapter
™ Verify the Mounting and Linkage Adjustment
™ Check the Magnet
™ Check the Air Supply
™ Check the Electronic Module Connections
Physical Inspection
You should inspect the following components of the SVI II AP:
™ Valve Mounting
™ The Air Supply

Actuator, Linkages, or Rotary Adapter


Verify that the mounting has not been damaged in shipment for a pre-
mounted SVI II AP, physically inspect the actuator, linkage. Record the
following information for the configuration checkout:
1. Valve Air to Open (ATO) or
2. Air to Close (ATC)
3. Actuator pressure rating
4. Actuator bench range
5. Inherent trim characteristic of the control valve; linear,
equal percentage, or other.

Note: Refer to the valve data sheet or model number of control valve.

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Verify Mounting and Linkage Adjustment


Inspect the mounting and make any needed adjustments before
running the positioner and checking the digital configuration.

Checking the Magnet


There are two methods of checking the SVI magnet:
™ Perform a visual inspection
™ Use ValVue 2.4 to check the magnet

Performing a Visual Inspection


You must remove the positioner from the bracket to visually inspect the
magnet orientation.
For rotary valves, such as a Camflex, or for actuators with rotation of
less than 60 degrees, the magnet assembly must be aligned as shown
in Figure 9 below.
For rotary valves with rotations greater than 60 degrees, the magnet
assembly must be aligned as shown in Figure 10 on page 19.

Note: For a reciprocating globe valve, it is not necessary to remove


the positioner from the bracket. Details are given below.

For reciprocating valves the adjustable link turnbuckle must be parallel


to the valve stem. To ensure linearity in positioning, verify that the hole
in the lever aligns with the indicating hole in the bracket when the valve
is in the closed position. Check that the bracket is mounted using the
proper holes (refer to Table 4 on page 19).

Magnet
Axis
with
Valve
Closed

Figure 9 Magnet Orientation for Camflex and Varimax with Valve Closed

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Clockwise to Close Clockwise to Open


45°

Magnet
Axis
with
Valve Closed

Figure 10 Magnet Orientation for 90 Degree Valve Rotation with Valve Closed

Table 4 Reciprocating Valve Mounting Hole Selection

Turnbuckle
Actuator Size Stroke Mounting Hole Lever Hole
Length

6 and 10 0.5 - 0.8 inch A A 1.25 inch

10 0.5 - 0.8 inch A A 1.25 inch

10 >0.8 – 1.5 inch B B 1.25 inch

16 0.5 - 0.8 inch B A 2.90 inch

16 >0.8 – 1.5 inch C B 2.90 inch

16 >1.5 – 2.5 inch D C 2.90 inch

23 0.5 - 0.8 inch B A 5.25 inch

23 >0.8 – 1.5 inch C B 5.25 inch

23 >1.5 – 2.5 inch D C 5.25 inch

Using ValVue 2.4 to Check Magnet Position


Use this procedure to check the magnet using ValVue 2.4 or greater.
1. Connect to the positioner in accordance with the ValVue
2.4 instructions. (For further information refer to the
ValVue 2.4 Instruction Manual, EW1003.)
™ After the positioner has been installed and set up
with a HART Modem in a HART compliant
communications loop, install ValVue 2.4 on the
computer that is connected to the HART modem.

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™ Run ValVue 2.4.


™ Select the installed positioner from the list of
Connected Devices.
™ Select the: ”Check” tab to view the current operating
conditions of the selected positioner.
2. Read Raw Sensor Data.
3. When the valve is closed the value should be between –
1000 and +1000 for a reciprocating valve or a 60 degree
rotation rotary valve.
4. When the valve is at mid-travel the value should be
between –1000 and +1000 for a greater than 60 degree
rotation rotary valve.
Checking the Air Supply
Use this procedure to check the air supply.
1. Turn on the air supply.
2. Adjust the filter regulator.
3. Supply pressure must be a minimum of 10 psi greater than
the spring range of the actuator but may not exceed the
rated actuator pressure. Refer to the valve or actuator
instruction manual.
4. Inspect the tubing connections between the filter-regulator
and the positioner for leaks.
5. Verify that the tubing is not bent or crushed.
6. Verify that all fittings are leak tight.

Note: Do not use Teflon pipe seal tape. The Teflon tape can shred into
particles that are harmful to the pneumatic components.

Checking the Electronic Module Connections

Do not remove the instrument cover or connect to an electrical circuit in


a Hazardous Area unless the power is disconnected.
All connections to electronic module in the SVI II AP are made through
the terminal board. The SVI II AP terminal board has a terminal block
with cage clamp connectors. Confirm that all applicable connections to
the electronics module connectors are correct. Not all options are
available for every model. Refer to Table 5 on page 21 for available
functionality.

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Table 5 SVI II AP Models and Functionality

Positioner Model Number


Available Functionality

SVI II AP-2 SVI II AP-3


4 - 20 mA Input Setpoint 9 9
Display/ Pushbuttons Optional Optional
Remote Mount Input 9 9
Process Variable 1 - 5 VDC
SW #1 and #2 Optional Optional
4- 20 mA Out Position Tx Optional Optional

Position Retransmit
Configuration Lock
Jumper Output Switch SW #2
Output Switch SW #1
Process Variable

Remote
Position
Sensor
Input

4- 20 mA
Input Signal

Display

Figure 11 Connections to Electronics Module (via Terminal Board)

Note: When an SVI II AP is turned on it is advisable to apply the air


supply before applying the electrical input signal.

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Making Connections to the Terminal Board


Each terminal block on the terminal board has a cage clamp connector.
One side of the connector has the actual connection for the wire, with
a lever at the top. If there is an option present that is not properly
connected to the terminal board or if adding a new option, connect the
wires from the option as follows:
1. If the option’s wires have not been stripped, strip the
insulation at the end of wires.
2. Locate the correct terminal block on the terminal board
(see Figure 11 on page 21).
3. Push the lever back at the top connector until you see the
opening for wire insertion. (The connectors are spring
activated and may require a lot of pressure to move the
lever.)
4. Insert the wire into the opening and release the lever.

Operational The operational checkout of the SVI II AP consists of:


Checkout ™ Connecting the SVI II AP to a current source
™ Checking the pushbutton locks
™ Powering up the SVI II AP
Connecting to the Current Source
Connect to a DC mA current source then check and configure with the
local display and pushbuttons, if so equipped. The following section
describes configuration and calibration with the optional local display
and pushbuttons. If the SVI II AP is not equipped with local display use
ValVue Lite and a PC with a HART modem or a HART Handheld
Communicator.

Note: When an SVI II AP is turned on it is advisable to apply the air


supply before applying the electrical input signal.

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Pushbutton Locks and Configuration-Lock Jumper


Before performing any of these functions with the local display you must
first ensure that the pushbuttons are placed in the unlocked mode using
ValVue 2.4 Lite. The positioner is provided in the unlocked mode. See
ValVue 2.4 documentation for more details.
The SVI II AP offers several levels of accessibility. It may be desirable,
after initial setup, to lock the pushbuttons so that the SVI II AP
parameters cannot be inadvertently changed by the buttons. Several
levels of pushbutton locks are provided.

Table 6 Pushbutton Lock Security Level


Level Access
Security Level 3 Allow Local Buttons: Buttons on the SVI II AP are fully enabled.
Security Level 2 Lock Out Local Calibration and Configuration: Use the buttons to perform op-
erations in normal operating mode and manual mode. Do not go to configure
or calibrate mode.
Security Level 1 Lock Out Local Manual: Examine variables in normal operating mode but do
not put the valve in manual operating mode. Access to calibrate or configure
modes is not available.
Security Level 0 Lock Out All Buttons: The buttons are disabled (level 0).

Hardware Configuration Lock


Additional security is achieved using the hardware configuration-lock
jumper shown in Figure 11 on page 21. When set to the secure
position, shorting the two-pin header, configuration and calibration are
not permitted by the local interface or by remote communications.
Pushbuttons, ValVue 2.4 and HHC 375 are locked out, except to
examine configuration, calibration, and position. This is similar to
Security Level 1 shown in the Pushbutton Lock Security Level table.
Powering Up the SVI II AP

This process can cause the valve to move. Before proceeding be sure
the valve is isolated from the process. Keep hands clear from moving
parts.
Note: When an SVI II AP is turned on it is advisable to apply the air
supply before applying the electrical input signal.

Use of a low impedance voltage source will damage the SVI II AP. The
current source must be a true high impedance current limiting device.
A proper current source explicitly enables adjustment of the current in
mA, not Volts.

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To power up the SVI II AP:


1. Loosen the four (4) cover screws and remove the cover of
the SVI II AP. Connect the +⁄- terminals to the current
source + to + and - to -. See Figure 11 on page 21.
Reinstall the cover and display.
2. Adjust current to 12 mA. Upon initial power up, of a newly
installed SVI II AP, the positioner will run in NORMAL
mode using the default instrument parameters installed at
the factory. The positioner will cycle through the NORMAL
cycle menu and LCD will display the following values:
™ PRES: Pressure - unit of measurement and value
™ SIGNAL
™ POS (Position)
3. The LCD will also display an exclamation point (!) in the
top left corner of the display window. “!” indicates that
there is further instrument status available.
4. Proceed to Configuration and Calibration.

Note: If the SVI II AP is specified without local pushbuttons and


display, local operation is not available. Configure and calibrate
with ValVue 2.4 and a HART modem.

Configuration Use the procedures that follow to: calibrate, tune, view configuration
data and status messages for the SVI II AP. Observe all warnings as
the valve moves during these procedures.
These procedures can cause the valve to move. Before proceeding be
sure the valve is isolated from the process. Keep hands clear from
moving parts.

Note: All calibration and configuration procedures are described using


an SVI II AP with pushbuttons and display and ValVue 2.4
software.

ValVue 2.4 Software


The SVI II AP is shipped with a free version of ValVue 2.4 Lite and a trial
version of ValVue 2.4.

ValVue 2.4 Lite


ValVue 2.4 Lite software is shipped with each SVI II for positioner
calibration and configuration. ValVue 2.4 Lite software is offered
without registration. It provides sufficient functionality to fully
commission, configure, and start up a positioner on a control valve.

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System Requirements
ValVue Lite runs on IBM compatible computers. Minimum requirements
for all versions of ValVue software are Windows 2000, and XP, 16 MB
RAM, a serial or USB port connected to a HART modem, and a
CD-ROM drive.

ValVue 2.4 Full Trial Version


The SVI II AP comes with a copy of ValVue Trial Version software that
can be used for sixty days without a license. After the 60-day trial
period, ValVue 2.4 must be registered. ValVue 2.4, full version,
provides advanced diagnostic, maintenance capabilities and basic
calibration and configuration for the SVI II AP. SVI II AP performs valve
diagnostics and displays stroking speed, step response, cumulative
travel, cycles, and operation in near-closed position. The software
stores test results for comparison with future results for predictive
maintenance. Password protected access to remote instruments is set
up with administration features. The fully licensed ValVue 2.4 software
is available as an upgrade.
Pushbuttons and Local Display
This section covers the optional local interface consisting of the LCD
alphanumeric display and pushbuttons. Operation of the SVI II AP
Positioner as a local device is controlled through the optional device-
mounted pushbuttons and digital display, shown in Figure 12 on page
26. Using the display you can read the input signal, valve position, and
actuator pressure. The display sequences from one variable to the next
every 1.5 seconds.
Using the pushbuttons you can exit from operating mode at any time
and step through a menu structure to perform a wide range of manual
operation, calibration, configuration, and monitoring functions that are
described later in this section. ValVue 2.4 is used to perform all
diagnostics functions. The pushbuttons do not support diagnostics
functions.
The SVI II AP has two operational modes: Normal Operating Mode and
Manual Mode and two setup modes, Configuration and Calibration.
The SVI II AP also has two modes for handling of faults and power-up:
Reset and Failsafe. When commissioning or checking a control valve
with SVI II AP fully installed the following steps are recommended:
™ Change mode to Manual mode
™ Examine and adjust all CONFIGuration items
™ Enter Calibration mode
™ Run STOPS to automatically calibrate stroke
™ Run autoTUNE to set dynamic response
™ Examine the device STATUS
™ Introduce manual set point changes to verify
dynamic performance

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Pushbuttons
The local pushbuttons are located behind a hinged cover, directly below
the display window. To open the cover loosen the screw and swing the
cover down. Always re-fasten the cover after use to protect the
pushbuttons from environmental contamination.
The three pushbuttons perform the following functions:

™ Left Button - Marked with *, permits you to “select”


or “accept” the value or parameter option currently
displayed.
™ Middle Button - Marked –, permits you to move
back through the menu structure to the previous
item in the menu or decrement the value currently
shown in the digital display. When used to decrease
a displayed value, holding the button down causes
the value to decrease at a faster rate.
™ Right Button - Marked +, permits you to move
forward through the menu structure to the next item
in the menu, or to increment the value currently
shown in the digital display. When used to increase
a displayed value holding this button down causes
the value to increase at a faster rate.

Note: When an! is displayed in the SVI II AP display window, it


indicates that there is instrument status available.

+
*
(Select) (Forward)
-
(Back)

Figure 12 SVI II AP Display Pushbuttons

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Configuration with Pushbuttons


Prior to changing the SVI II AP configuration, check the existing
configuration.

Viewing Configuration Data


To view SVI II AP configuration data:
1. Access the VIEW DATA menu from the MANUAL menu by
pressing the “+” button.
2. In the VIEW DATA menu, press * to examine the
configuration.
3. Press + to scroll through and observe the factory
configuration.
4. Press + until MANPOS appears.
5. Select with *.
6. When the adjustment screen appears stroke the valve
open by holding + down. Notice that the rate of set point
change is slow to begin, but increases speed while the + is
depressed.
7. Stroke the valve to several values
8. Verify the action is as desired.
9. Press + to move to the SETUP menu.
10. In the SETUP menu press the * button to access the CON-
FIGuration menu.
11. In the CONFIG menu set the configuration parameters.
12. When in CONFIGure or CALIBrate, pressing * changes
values.
13. Return to NORMAL mode. The valve should move to the
Value set by the current calibrator.
14. Stroke the valve through its range to verify that the
movement is as desired.
Viewing Status Messages
To view SVI II AP status messages:
1. Press + and * to select VIEW ERR
2. Observe any internal errors. For example, there should be
a RESET status caused by powering up. If the positioner
was powered without air a Position Error or POSERR can
appear.
3. Press + to view all faults.
4. Press * to return to MANual menu.
5. Press + until CLR ERR appears.
6. Press * CLR ERR. WAIT is displayed for a second or two.

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VIEW DATA Settings

Table 7 VIEWDATA Settings

Typical Setting Optional Setting


SINGLE DOUBLE
ATO ATC
LINEAR EQUAL 30 EQUAL 50 QUICK 50 CUSTOM CAMFXEQ
PSI BAR KPA
0.00 2.00
TS OFF TS ON
4.00 4.00
SIG LO SIG LO
20.00 12.00
SIG HI SIG HI
English French

Calibration

Pilot Trim Valve Applications require the use of the Manual Stop
calibration procedure (refer to “Configuration and Calibration” of the
SVI II AP Instruction Manual, EW2002-AP). Do not run “Find Stops” or
the ValVue “Setup Wizard” on valves with Pilot Trim or damage to the
valve will occur.
To calibrate the SVI II AP:
1. Observe the display following power-up. The SVI II AP will
power up in the previously active mode either MANUAL or
NORMAL (operating) mode.
2. If in NORMAL mode, the display will alternate between
POS and SIGNAL indicating Normal mode.
3. If in MANUAL, the display will alternate between POS –M
and SIG indicating MANUAL mode.
4. With MANUAL mode displayed, press * to select the
MANUAL mode.
5. Press + again; ↓CONFIG appears. Pressing + again
brings ↓CALIB.
6. Select CALIB by pressing *. STOPS appears. The valve
moves full open and back to full closed. Observe all
warnings.
7. Press * to cause the valve to stroke and to automatically
calibrate valve travel.
10. After the STOPS procedure finishes, press + twice until
TUNE appears.

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Auto Tune
To auto tune the SVI II AP:
1. Press * to begin the autoTUNE procedure. This takes 3 to
10 minutes and strokes the valve in large and small steps
to set the PID parameters for best positioning response.
2. When autoTUNE proceeds, numerical messages display,
indicating the procedure is working.
3. When autoTUNE is complete, it will display TUNE.
4. Press + repeatedly until ↑ SETUP appears.
5. Press * to return to SETUP menu ↓CALIB appears.

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any key

Normal Cycling + + + + +
View +
Menu Normal Manual Data View ERR CLR ERR

* * * *

any key Manual Mode View View Instant


Cycling Menu Data Errors Action
Menu Menu

* * * *
*
* +
<value> + + + + +
View +
Setup Normal Manual Data View ERR CLR ERR
MAN POS
*
* *
<value>

*-+

*
+ + Manual +
Config Calib

* *

Config Calib
Menu Menu

Figure 13 NORMAL Operation and MANUAL Menu Structures

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Check-out with a HART Handheld Communicator

If the SVI II AP is not equipped with optional push buttons and local
display the checkout and configuration is performed using the standard
HART communications interface.
Connect the HART Handheld Communicator (HHC) to the SVI II AP as
shown in Figure 14 below. Refer to the Product Manual for The HART
Communicator included with the HHC375 or other HART
Communication devices.

Configuration
Lock Jumper 12.00 mA

Input Signal

+ -

HHC375

Figure 14 SVI II AP HART Communicator Connections


Be sure that the configuration lock jumper is in the unlock position.
When the jumper is in the lock position (shorting the two-pin header) the
HHC375 is not permitted to make any changes. However, parameters
are readable. If fault messages appear, they must be handled before
proceeding with HART communications. Before communications
proceeds all error messages must be cleared. For example, the
following message is displayed if the instrument has been serviced and
the air is not connected.

Note: “Process applied to the non-primary variable is outside the


operating limits of the field device”

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Proceed with the following steps:


™ Press NEXT
™ Field device has more status available
™ Press NEXT
™ Ignore next 50 occurrences of status?
™ Press YES
™ Change to MANual mode
™ Scroll to line 6 EXAMINE, press ->
™ Scroll down to 5 read status.
™ Read message.
™ Press OK
™ Repeat OK to read all messages until the display
returns to “read status”
™ Scroll down to 6 clear status, press ->
™ If clear fault codes not completed appears, press
OK and read the message (Position Error, for
example) or go to the troubleshooting guide.
™ Correct the problem (Is the air supply on?), and then
go to clear status until Clear Fault codes
Completed appears.
™ Press OK.

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Specifications and
References A
Physical and This section provides the physical and operational specifications for the
Operational SVI II AP.
Specifica-
tions

Table 8 Environmental Specifications

Operating Temperature Limits -58 deg. F to 185 deg. F (-50 deg. C to 85 deg. C)

Storage Temperature Limits -58 deg. F to 200 deg. F (-50 deg. C to 93 deg. C)

Temperature Effect < 0.005% / deg. F typical; -40 deg. F to 180 deg. F (<
0.01% / deg. C typical; -40 deg. C to 82 deg. C)

Supply Pressure Effect 0.05% per psi (.73% per bar)

Relative Humidity 10 to 90% non-condensing

Humidity Effect Less than 0.2% after 2 days at 104 F (40 deg. C), 95% Rel-
ative Humidity.

Insulation Resistance Greater than 10 G Ohms at 50% RH.

MTBF 49 years based on MIL handbook calculation for electronic


parts and field data on mechanical parts

Electromagnetic Compatibility Electrostatic discharge — No effect with contact discharge


Electrostatic level of 4KV and air discharge level of 8 KV
(IEC 1000-4-2)
Radio frequency interference — Less than 0.2% at 10 volts
per meter (EN 50140)

Fast Transient Burst No effect at 2 KV (Coupling clamp IEC 1000-4-4).

Vibration Influence 4 mm at 5 - 15 Hz - Negligible


Measured at SVI II Housing 2 G at 15 - 150 Hz Less than 2 % of span
1 G at 150 - 2000 Hz - Less than 2 % of span

Magnetic Field Influence Negligible at 30 A/m (EN61000-4-8)


CE MARK certified to EN50081-2 and EN50082-2

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Table 9 Operational Specifications


* Specifications are subject to change without notice

Accuracy +/- 0.5% (typical +/-0. 10% or less) Full Span

Hysteresis and Deadband +/- 0.3% Full Span

Repeatability +/- 0.3% Full Span

Conformity +/- 0.5% Full Span

Start-Up Drift Less than 0.02% in first hour

Long Term Drift Less than 0.003% per month

Position Travel Limits Rotary: 18 - 140 degrees


Reciprocating: 0.25” - 2.5“ (12mm - 64mm)
Note: Above 2.5” (64mm) consult factory for mounting
instructions.

Flow Characteristics Linear


Applied in addition to the control valve’s inherent Equal Percentage (of 50:1 or 30:1)
characteristic. Camflex
Quick Opening (inverse of 50:1 equal percentage)
User Configurable
Tight Shut Off (0 -20% of input)

Position Auto Tune Proportional gain: 0 to 5, displayed as 0 to 5000


Integral time: 0 to 100 seconds - displayed as 0 to 1000
SVI II AP performs automatic determination of the op- (1/10s)
timal valve position control parameters. In addition to Derivative time: 0 to 200 milliseconds
P, I, D, the position algorithm uses damping, symme- Dead Zone: 0 to +/-5% (0 to 10% deadband)
try for exhaust and fill time constants, dead zone and Padj: +/- 3000 (depends on P)
magnitude characterization parameters. Auto Tune is Beta (non-linear gain factor): -9 to +9
optimized for 5% step changes with negligible over- Stroking Time: 0 to 250 seconds
shoot. After the Auto Tune process is completed, the Position compensation coefficient: 1 to 20
user can further adjust the positioner tuning parame- Boost: 0 to 20
ters to more conservative or to more responsive val-
ues.

Full open position adjustment 60 to 100% of actual stop

Start Up Time (from no power) Less than 200 mS

Minimum current to maintain HART 3.0 mA

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Table 10 Input Signal, Power, and Display Specifications

Power Supply Taken from 4-20mA control signal

Compliance Voltage Rating 9.0 Volts at 20 mA, 11.0 Volts at 4.0 ma

Minimum Current Signal to Start Up 3.2 mA

Minimum Input Span for Split Range Operation 5mA

Upper Range Value for Split Range Operation Between 8 and 20 mA

Lower Range Value for Split Range Operation Between 4 and 14 mA

Minimum/Maximum Wire Size 14/28 AWG

Strip Length 0.22 in / 6 mm

DIgital Communication HART Communication protocol signal from ValVue software on a


personal computer or a hand held device. HART point to point
and burst mode.

Local Display Liquid Crystal (optional) Three lines of nine alpha numeric characters

Push Buttons Three Explosion Proof / Flameproof push buttons

Table 11 Construction Material Specifications


Housing and Cover Aluminum ASTM B85 SC84B standard
Stainless Steel optional

Weight Standard - 7.4 lbs./ 3.357 kg


Stainless Steel - 16 lbs/ 7.257 kg

Relay and Manifold Single Acting - PPS, 300 Series Stainless Steel, nitrile diaphragms
Double Acting - 300 Series Stainless Steel, Ryton
Aluminum 6061 T6, Ryton

I/P Motor 430 stainless steel, PPS, 300 series stainless steel

Mounting Bracket 300 series stainless steel

Magnet Holder Corrosion Protected Anodized Aluminum 6061 T6

Pole Ring 416 stainless steel

Levers 300 Series stainless steel

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Table 12 System Connectivity


HART Physical Device Type Actuator; HART device type 7

DD Registered with HART Communication Yes, available through HART Communication Foundation
Foundation

AMS Driver for Fisher-Rosemount Asset ValVue 2 AMS SNAP-ON application available
Management Solution

Diagnostics Options include: Valve signature, positioner signature, extended actuator signa-
ture, friction, stroking speed, step response, cumulative travel, cumulative cycles,
and time of operation in near-closed position. Some diagnostics require pressure
sensor and ValVue 2 software.

Table 13 Pneumatics Single Acting Standard Flow


Air Supply Dry, oil-free, 5 micron filtered air (See ISA S7.3)

Action Direct

Supply Pressure 20-100 psi max. (1.4 to 7 Bar)

Regulate 5 to 10 psi above actuator spring range. Do not exceed


actuator rating.

Air Delivery - Single Acting Relay 10.0 scfm (280 l/m) at 30 psi (2.1 bar) supply
16.6 scfm (470 l/m) at 60 psi (4.2 bar) supply
23.3 scfm (660 l/m) at 90 psi (6.3 bar) supply

Air Consumption 0.2 scfm (5.7 sl/m) at 30 psi (2.1 bar) supply

0.26 scfm (7.4 sl/m) at 45 psi (3.1bar) supply

Air Supply Failure Single Acting Relay

On supply failure the actuator output drops. Some overshoot may


occur when air pressure returns after a period without air supply
pressure. Always set control set point to 0%, and put the process
control system in manual, for smooth recovery from air supply fail-
ure.

Loss of Input Signal Output drops to low pressure.

Output Pressure 100 psi (7 bar) max

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Table 14 Pneumatics Double Acting Standard Flow


Air Supply Dry, oil-free, 5 micron filtered air see ISA S7.3

Action Output 1 increases with increasing I/P signal.


Output 2 decreases with increasing I/P signal.

Supply Pressure 20 - 150 psi max. (1.4 to 10.3 bar)


Do not exceed actuator rating.

Air Delivery 7.2 scfm (200 l/m) at 30 psi (2.1 bar) supply
12.8 scfm (360 l/m) at 60 psi (4.2 bar) supply
18.3 scfm (520 l/m) at 90 psi (6.3 bar) supply
23.8 scfm (675 l/m) at 120 psi (8.4 bar) supply

Air Consumption 0.4 scfm (11.3 l/m) at 30 psi (2.1 bar) supply
0.85 scfm (22.6 l/m) at 80 psi (3.1bar) supply

Air Supply Failure When the air supply fails an SVI II D/A positioner cannot control the failure position of an actuator
without a spring. The actuator can, under different conditions, fail in place, fail open, or fail close.
In cases where the valve must fail to a required position additional control equipment is required.
Some overshoot can occur when air pressure returns after a period without air supply pressure. Al-
ways set control set point to 0%, and put the process control system in manual, for smooth recovery
from air supply failure.

Loss of Input Signal Output 1 drops to low pressure.


Output 2 rises to supply pressure.

Output Pressure 150 psi (10.3 bar) max

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Series Identification SVI2 AP-abcdefgh


a Style 1,2,3
1. ES Version - EZ Smart
2. SD Version - Standard Diagnostics
3. AD Version - Advanced Diagnostics

b Pneumatic Train 1,2


1. Single Acting
2. Double Acting

c Pneumatics
1. Standard flow

d Display 1,2,3,4
1. No Display and Pushbuttons
2. With Display and Pushbuttons
3. No Display and Pushbuttons, Marine
4. With Display and Pushbuttons, Marine

e Hardware Version 3
3.

f Communications 1
1. 4 to 20 mA - HART Communications

g Option Board 1,2


1. None
2. Position Retransmit
and Limit Switches

h Agency Approvals 1,4


1. ATEX/FM/CSA/Intrinsic Safety & Exprf
4. FM, CSA, ATEX, IEC

Approved Configuration Codes

SVI2 AP- 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1
2 2 2 2 2
3 3
4

Figure 15 SVI II AP Model Numbering

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Hazardous The following pages provide the agency approved installation


Location procedure for hazardous locations (ES-699 Rev. D).
Installation
Note: The installation procedure is accurate at time of print. For
further hazardous installation information please consult
Masoneilan.

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ES - 699

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING MASONEILAN


SVI-II IN AREAS WHERE THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR
EXPLOSIVE GAS ATMOSPHERE OR INFLAMMABLE DUST

1 INTRODUCTION
This manual covers the requirements for safe installation, repair, and operation of the SVI-II as it
relates to operation in areas where there is a potential for explosive atmosphere or inflammable
dust. Adherence to these requirements assures that the SVI-II will not cause ignition of the
surrounding atmosphere. Hazards related to control of the process are beyond the scope of this
manual.
For mounting instructions on specific valves refer to the mounting instructions supplied with the
mounting kit. Mounting does not affect the suitability of the SVI-II for use in a potentially
hazardous environment.
The SVI-II is manufactured by:
Masoneilan
85 Bodwell Street
Avon MA – 02322 – USA

Copyright 2005 . This document and all information herein is the property
of Dresser Inc.

REV Description Date


A Initial Release 16 Aug 05
B Revised model code, min XP 27 SEP 05 Drawn Levesque 4 Aug 05
temp was –20°C; FM/CSA Approved Smart 4 Aug 05
no Analog Out
C PDev DR 0208 10/12/05
D PDev DR 0225 11/28/05 ES-699 Rev D

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2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
!WARNING!
Failure to adhere to the requirements
listed in this manual may cause loss of
life and property.

Installation and maintenance must be performed only by qualified personnel.


Area Classification, Protection Type, Temperature Class, Gas Group, and Ingress protection
must conform to the data indicated on the label.
Wiring and conduit must conform to all local and national codes governing the installation. Wiring
must be rated for at least 5ºC above the highest expected ambient temperature.
Approved wire seals against ingress of water and dust are required and the 1/2 inch NPT fittings
must be sealed with tape or thread sealant in order to meet the highest level of ingress protection.
Before powering the SVI-II:
Verify that the pneumatic and electronic cover screws are tightened. This is important to
maintain the ingress protection level and the integrity of the flameproof enclosure.
If the Installation is Intrinsically safe, then check that the proper barriers are installed and
the field wiring meets local and national codes for an IS installation. Never install a
device, which was previously installed without an intrinsically safe barrier, in an
intrinsically safe system.
If the pneumatic system is powered by a combustible gas then the installation must be
treated as Zone 0 or DIV I.
If the Installation is Non-Incendive, then check that all the electrical connections are
made to approved devices and wiring meets local and national codes.
Verify that the markings on the label are consistent with the application.
Verify that the air supply pressure can not exceed 150 PSI (10 Bar).

3 Model Description
SVI2-abcdefgh Not all combinations are available.

SVI2- a b c d e f g h
1 ES -Easy Single Acting Standard Flow No Display Hart None FM, CSA
Smart (1) No Buttons 4 to 20 MADC ATEX (XP,
Industrial DIP, IS, NI)
2 SD - Standard Double Acting Display Retransmit
Diagnostics Buttons Digital Out
Remote Sensing Industrial (2)
3 AD - Advanced No Display Plug-in FM, CSA
Diagnostics No Buttons Electronics ATEX (IS,
Remote Sensing Offshore Module NI)
(MNCB)
4 OD - On-Line Display ATEX (IS,
Diagnostics Buttons NI)
Remote Sensing Offshore (2)
5 PC - Process
Controller
Remote Sensing
6 ESD - Emergency
Shutdown
Style Pneumatics Capacity Display Electronics Communication Option Hazardous
Certification

(1) Not available in a flameproof housing.

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(2) The SVI II may be up-graded in the field by the addition of a display and buttons.

4 FLAMEPROOF and DUST IGNITION PROOF REQUIREMENTS


4.1 General
The 1/2 inch NPT fittings must enter the housing at least five full turns.
The cover flange must be clean and free of corrosion products.

4.2 Category II 1D
For applications which require ATEX Category II 1D make sure to use ATEX II 1 D certified cable
glands.

4.3 Description of Flameproof Marking


The label may not appear exactly as shown.

Warning that hot


components or sparks
Name and address of could cause an explosion
manufacturer if the cover is opened.

Masoneilan/Dresser AVON MA USA ATEX Logo


DO NOT OPEN EVEN WHEN ISOLATED WHEN
FLAMMABLE / DUST ATMOSPHERES ARE PRESENT Number of Certified Body
© 0518
Certificate Number
Factory Mutual and ZELM 05ATEX0280X
CSA Logos SUITABLE FOR CL III II 2 GD Maximum Surface Temperature for
XP - CL I; DIV 1; GP B,C,D EEx dm IIB+H2 T6 T96°C dust at Ta=85°C
DI - CL II; DIV 1; GP E,F,G
Supply Connection Wiring Must be Rated for 85ºC
Operating Temp –40 to +85ºC
CE
Operating Temp –40 to +85ºC EU Community
Types of Compliance Mark
Supply Connection Wiring Rated for 5ºC Above Ambient
protection and
MODEL: SVI2-abcdefgh SN –nnywwnnnn
group designations 30 Volts, 4-20 mA, 150 PSI Operating
Type 4X – IP 66 T6 Ta=60ºC, T5 Ta=75ºC, T4 Ta=85°C temperature
limits
Model Designation
Enclosure Serial Surface Types of
Type number temperature
Voltage, current and protection and
ignition codes group designations
pressure operating limits. Requirement to use high for gas
temperature rated
wiring.

5 INTRINSICALLY SAFE REQUIREMENTS


5.1 Div 2 (No IS Barrier)
WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD – DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER
HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOW TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.

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5.2 Category II 1 (Zone 0)


For operation in hazardous area category II 1, over-voltage protection of the electrical
connections need to be installed according to EN 60079-14

For operation in hazardous area category II 1 the ambient temperature needs to be lowered
according to the requirements of EN 1127-1 (reduction factor of 80% ). The max. allowed ambient
temperature for category 1 inclusive the requirement of EN1127-1 is:
T6 : Ta = -40°C*.+43°C
T5 : Ta = -40°C*.+55°C
T4 : Ta = -40°C*.+83°C

5.3 Description of Intrinsically Safe Marking

The label may not appear exactly as shown.

Name and address of


manufacturer

ATEX Logo
Factory Mutual and
CSA Logos `Masoneilan/Dresser AVON MA USA Number of Certified Body

© 0518 Certificate Number


Ex ia ZELM 05ATEX0280X
Types of CL I; DIV 1; GP A,B,C,D II 2 GD, II 1 GD Maximum Surface Temperature
protection and CL II; DIV 1; GP E,F,G EEx ia IIC T6 T96°C
for Dust at Ta=85°C
group designations CL I; DIV 2; GP A,B,C,D
II 3 GD
CL II, DIV 2; GP F,G
Supply Connection Wiring Must be EEx nL for
Rated IIC T6 T96°C
85ºC Types of

Requirement to follow Intrinsically Safe Installed per ES-699 CE protection and


group designations
Supply Connection Wiring Rated for 5ºC Above Ambient
certified installation MODEL: SVI2-abcdefgh SN –nnywwnnnn
drawing 30 Volts, 4-20 mA, 150 PSI Operating Temp –40 to +85ºC
Type 4X – IP 66 T6 Ta=60ºC, T5 Ta=75ºC T4 Ta=85ºC
Operating EU Community
temp Compliance Mark
Model Designation limits
Enclosure Serial
Type number

Voltage, current and Bar Surface


pressure operating limits. Code temperature
ignition codes
for gas
Requirement to use
high temperature rated
wiring.

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5.4 Intrinsically Safe Installation Wiring Requirements

Each intrinsically safe cable must include a grounded shield or be run in a


separate grounded metal conduit.

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Notes for Intrinsically Safe Installation


1. HAZARDOUS LOCATION
Refer to the device label for the description of the environment in which the device may be
installed.

2. FIELD WIRING
Intrinsically Safe wiring must be made with grounded shielded cable or installed in grounded
metal conduit.
The electrical circuit in the hazardous area must be capable of withstanding an A.C. test voltage
of 500 volts R.M.S. to earth or frame of the apparatus for 1 minute.
Installation must be in accordance with Masoneilan guidelines. The installation including the
barrier earthing requirements must comply with the installation requirements of the country of
use.
Factory Mutual requirements (USA): ANSI/ISA RP12.6 (Installation of Intrinsically Safe
Systems for Hazardous (Classified) Locations) and the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70. Division 2 installations must be installed per the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. See also, note 4.
CSA requirements (Canada): Canadian Electrical Code Part 1. Division 2 installations
must be installed per the Canadian Electrical Code Division 2 Wiring Methods. See
also note 4.
ATEX requirements (EU): Intrinsically safe installations must be installed per
EN60079-10 and EN60079-14 as they apply to the specific category.
3. SVI-II (+) and (-) 4-20 mA IN Terminals
These terminals power the SVI-II The barrier is the Controller Output Type, for example MTL
728.
Entity Parameters: Vmax= 30 Vdc Imax=125 mA Ci = 6.5 nF. Li = 1 uH Pmax = 900 mW.
4. SVI-II (+) and (-) 4-20mA OUT Terminals
These terminals provide a 4 to 20 mA signal related to valve position. The 4 to 20 OUT terminals
behave much like the terminals of a transmitter so a Transmitter type barrier with 250 Ohm series
resistance (internal or external) is used for this connection. For example MTL 788 or 788R.
Use of the 4-20 OUT feature is certified to ATEX intrinsically safe requirements and is approved
for use in Zone 0. Use of the 4-20 mA OUT feature has not been certified by FM or CSA. The 4-
20 mA OUT feature may not be used in an intrinsically safe installation when FM or CSA
intrinsically safe approval is required. The 4-20 mA OUT feature is certified by FM and CSA for
use in a DIV 2 area and in a DIV 1 area when the SVI2 is installed in accordance with flameproof
requirements.
Entity Parameters:
Vmax = 30 Vdc Imax = 125 mA Ci = 8 nF. Li = 1 uH Pmax = 900 mW.

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5. SVI-II (+) and (-) PV 1-5VDC Terminals

The Process Transmitter and the SVI-II PV Input are both barrier protected. The transmitter 4 to
20 mA signal is converted to 1 to 5 Volts at the Transmitter barrier. The 1 to 5 volt signal is
monitored by the DCS and used by the SVI-II for the embedded process controller. The sense
resistor may be in the barrier or in the Digital Control System.
The Process Transmitter must be approved for use with the Process Transmitter Barrier. An
example of a suitable barrier is MTL 788 or 788R
An example of the PV INPUT barrier is MTL 728.
Entity Parameters of the SVI-II PV terminals:
Vmax = 30 Vdc Imax = 125 mA Ci = 1 nF Li = 0 uH
Pmax = 900 mW.
6. SVI-II (+) and (-) SW Terminals
There are two independent isolated solid state switch contact outputs on the SVI-II. They are
labeled SW#1 and SW#2. The switches are polarity sensitive – that is, conventional current flows
INTO the plus terminal. An examples of suitable barriers are MTL 707, MTL 787 and MTL 787S.
Entity parameters are:
Vmax = 30 Vdc Imax = 125 mA Ci = 5 nF Li = 10 uH Pmax = 900 mW

7. SVI-II (1) and (2) and (3) REMOTE Terminals


The REMOTE terminals deliver reference Voltage to an optional REMOTE position sensing
potentiometer. Current, Voltage, and Power are limited by the SVI-II.
The REMOTE terminals entity parameters are the parameters of the 4 to 20 mA INPUT barrier.
The SVI-II REMOTE is approved for use as a remote position sensing device with the SVI-II.
Entity parameters are:
Uo/Voc = 6.5 Volts Io/Isc = 9.6 mA Ca = 22 uF La = 300 mH
Connect only to suitable potentiometer
8. Digital In Terminals
The Digital In terminal is suitable for direct connection to a passive switch.
Entity Parameters are:
Uo/Voc = 6.5 Volts Io/Isc = 72 mA Ca = 1.25 uF La = 2 mH
Connect only to passive (Un-powered) switch.
9. Entity Requirement
Cable capacitance and inductance plus the I.S. apparatus unprotected capacitance (Ci) and
inductance (Li) must not exceed the allowed capacitance (Ca) and inductance (La) indicated on
the associated apparatus. If the optional Hand Held Communicator is used on the Hazardous
Area side of the barrier, then the capacity and inductance of the communicator must be added
and the communicator must be agency approved for use in the hazardous area. Also, the
current output of the Hand Held Communicator must be included in the current output of the
associated equipment.
The barriers may be active or passive and from any certified manufacturer as long as the
barriers comply with the listed entity parameters.
10. Use in dust atmosphere
Dust-tight conduit seal must be used when installed in dust hazard environments.
11. A device which has previously been installed without an approved IS barrier must NEVER
be used subsequently in an intrinsically safe system. Installing the device without a barrier can

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permanently damage the safety related components in the device making the device unsuitable
for use in an intrinsically system.

6 REPAIR
WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD – SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR
SUITABILITY FOR USE IN A HAZARDOUS LOCATION.

Only qualified service personnel are permitted to make repairs


Replacement of the Pneumatic Relay, I/P and cover (with or without display) are the only field
repairs permitted.
Replace ONLY with genuine Masoneilan parts.
Only parts supplied by Masoneilan are permitted. This includes not only the major assemblies
but also mounting screws and “O” rings. No substitutions with non-Masoneilan parts are
permitted.
Detailed replacement procedures are described in the SVI-II Guide. The following summary
assures the safe operation of the SVI-II.

6.1 COVER (DISPLAY)


Make sure that:
the gasket is seated in the groove in the housing flange.
no wires or retaining cable can be trapped under the cover flange.
the flange area is not corroded and the surface is not scared.
the four cover bolts are securely tightened.
6.2 I/P
Make sure that:
the wire is not damaged when feeding it through the housing.
a single “O” ring is in place on the wire-sleeve and is not damaged.
the four retaining screws are snug.
inserting the wire sleeve through the housing does not require force.
6.3 Relay
Make sure that:
the five “O” rings are seated in the base of the relay and are not damaged
the three mounting screws are snug.

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GERMANY DRESSER FLOW SOLUTIONS DRESSER - MASONEILAN
DRESSER VALVES EUROPE GMBH PLOT 293, AKIN OLUGBADE STREET 4841 LEOPARD STREET
HEILIGENSTRASSE 75 VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS, NIGERIA CORPUS CHRISTI, TX 78408-2621
VIERSEN D-41751, GERMANY PHONE: +234-1-555-4229 PHONE: 361-877-2414
PHONE: +49-2162-8170-0 FAX: +234-1-555-7969 FAX: 361-584-1196
FAX: +49-2162-8170-280
RUSSIA DRESSER - MASONEILAN
DRESSER VALVES EUROPE GMBH DS CONTROLS DRESSER DIRECT
UHLANDSTRASSE 58 NEKHINSKAYA STREET, 61 1250 HALL COURT
60314 FRANKFURT, GERMANY VELIKY NOVGOROD DEER PARK, TX 77536
PHONE: +49-69-439350 RUSSIA, 173021 PHONE: 281-884-1000
FAX: +49-69-4970802 PHONE: +7-8162-11-3099 FAX: 281-884-1010
FAX: +7-8162-11-2981
INDIA DRESSER - MASONEILAN
DRESSER VALVE INDIA PVT. LTD. SAUDI ARABIA 16250 PORT NORTHWEST DRIVE
305/306, "MIDAS", SAHAR PLAZA DRESSER AL RUSHAID HOUSTON, TX 77041
MATHURDAS VASANJI ROAD VALVE & INSTRUMENT CO., LTD. (DARVICO) PHONE: 832-590-2300
J.B. NAGAR, ANDHERI EAST P.O. BOX 10145 FAX: 832-590-2529
MUMBAI, 400059, INDIA JUBAIL INDUSTRIAL CITY 31961, SAUDI ARA-
PHONE: +91-22- 8381134 BIA DRESSER - MASONEILAN
FAX: +91-22-8354791 PHONE: +966-3-341-0278 2950 EAST BIRCH STREET
FAX: +966-3-341-7624 BREA, CA 92821
DRESSER VALVE INDIA PVT. LTD. PHONE: 714-572-1528
205, MOHTA BUILDING FAX: 714-572-1463
4 BHIKAIJI CAMA PLACE
NEW DELHI, 110 066, INDIA
PHONE: +91-11-6164175
FAX: +91-11-6165074

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