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OPERATING MANUAL FIT 393 M

Specifications: 01. Input 02. Display 03. Resolution 04. Keyboard 05. Scaling 06. Totaliser 07. Data Storage : 4 20 mA DC linear corresponding to Flow rate : 7 segment LED, 5 digit Flow Rate, 8 digit Totaliser : Flow rate 4 and digit : 4 key tack-tile keyboard : Flow rate and Totaliser span scalable by software : 8 digit totaliser to count the flow : All settings and Totaliser count are stored in a battery backed RAM. 08. Relay Outputs : 2 relay outputs, contact rating 230VAC,1Amp OPTIONAL Configurable as Operating on 2 separate set-points or One set point and One Batch Count. Factory set. 09. Rtx Output : 4 20 mA true Retransmission Output for indication OPTIONAL 10. Supply : 230 VAC or 110 VAC (Factory set) 10%, single phase, 50 Hz 11. Power output : 24 VDC,120mA power supply is made available for the external transmitter supply. 12. Serial Comm. : On line PC connectivity through SERIAL port RS485 on MODBUS protocol - OPTIONAL 13. Connections : On Screw type connectors 14. Cabinet : Panel mounting powder coated Size Bazel 96 x 96 mm (WxH) Cutout 92 x 92 mm, Depth 200 mm System Programming: System is provided with Four keys, PROG, UP, DOWN ,ENTR Key function is as follows. PROG : Press this key to go to programming menus, use same key to exit the programming that is to start counter.

UP, DOWN : Use these keys to scroll channels, menus, numeric values etc. ENTR : Use this key to enter the value. Programming Menus : Basic Keyboard operation in programming menu is as follows. a) Press PROG key to go to programming menus. b) Press ENTR key to select the menu. c) Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll the menus. d) Press ENTR key to set the parameter. e) Press PROG key in main menu to exit programming. Menu name and number are displayed on flow rate 5 digits . The value is displayed on totaliser digits.

.MENU2 -- Set Decimal point for Span Display shows 1.dP1 In this menu you can set decimal point (DP) of Flow rate from 1 to 4. When you press ENTR key old DP value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR to set that decimal point position. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. e.g. Say flow rate is 10000 then if you set DP as 1, then flow rate is displayed as 10000 If you set DP as 2, then flow rate is displayed as 1000.0 If you set DP as 3, then flow rate is displayed as 100.00 If you set DP as 4, then flow rate is displayed as 10.000 Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. MENU3 -- Set Flow Rate Span Display shows 2.rSP In this menu you can set span of Flow rate from 6 to 18000 corresponding to 20 mA. Input to the system is 4 to 20 mA. When you press ENTR key span value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all three digits are entered, system checks for correct value i.e. not greater than 18000 and not less than 6. If the value is ok system comes out of that menu and that value is stored. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. e.g. If you set span as 300, then for input 20 mA = 300 and 4 mA = 0 Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus.

MENU4 -- Set Decimal point for Totaliser Display shows 3.dP2 In this menu you can set decimal point of totaliser from 1 to 4. When you press ENTR key old DP value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR to set that decimal point position. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit, system retains old value. e.g. Say totaliser span is 10000 then if you set DP as 1, then Totaliser count is displayed as 10000 If you set DP as 2, then Totaliser count is displayed as 1000.0 If you set DP as 3, then Totaliser count is displayed as 100.00 If you set DP as 4, then Totaliser count is displayed as 10.000 Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. MENU5 -- Set Totaliser Span Display shows 4.tSP In this menu you can set span of totaliser from 60 to 60000 Counts per Hour corresponding to 20 mA. Input to the system is 4 to 20 mA. When you press ENTR key span value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all three digits are entered, system checks for correct value i.e. not greater than 60000 and not less than 60. If the value is ok system comes out of that menu and that value is stored. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. e.g. If you set span as 300, then for input 20 mA, totaliser increases by 300 counts per hour and for 4 mA = 0 Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. NOTE: Because of the error / losses in actual FLOW system, you may get error in displayed Totaliser count than actual totalized Flow. To overcome this error set the Totaliser span accordingly.

MENU 6 -- Set Setpoint 1 Display shows 5.SP1 Here you can set the Set Point for relay 1, in the range of Span value of Flow rate. When you press ENTR key old value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit, Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all digits are entered, system checks for correct value If the value is ok system comes out of that menu and that value is stored. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. Note : This Menu setting is not applicable. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. MENU 1 -- Set point 2 (sp2) or Batch Count ( SPt ) As per the relay option ordered this menu is used to set Batch set point for relay 2. You can set the Set Point 2 for Relay 2 in the range of Span value of Flow rate Or for Batch operation you can set the Batch Set-Point for relay 2 from 1 to 9,99,999. Display shows 6.sp2 or 6.SPt When you press ENTR key old value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit, Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all digits are entered, system checks for correct value If the value is ok system comes out of that menu and that value is stored. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. Batch Relay Operation : When the totaliser count reaches the set value of SPt this relay2 is switched ON Relay2 is switched OFF only when you reset the counter value.

MENU 7 -- Reset Display shows 7.rSt When you press ENTR key, the total Totaliser is made Zero. System displays dots for some time, makes the totaliser count Zero and come out of this menu. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. OPTIONAL - There is a RESET CNTRL digital input provided at the rear end of the system to protect the RESET function from mishandling. 1. Short this input by a wire to enable the RESET function in this menu. 2. Remove this link to disable the RESET function MENU 8 -- Set Station ID This setting is used for SERIAL communication Display shows 8.Stn Here you can set the Station ID for the unit required for serial communication. The ID value is programmable from 01 to 99. Press ENTR key old value is displayed and last digit is blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit, Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting.
If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at this digit. System retains old value.

Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. MENU 9 -- Set Baud Rate This setting is used for SERIAL communication Display shows 9.SbP Here you can set the BAUD rate for the unit required for serial communication. The value is programmable from 0 to 9 which corresponds to 300,600,1200,2400,3600,4800,7200,9600,19200,38400 baud rate. Press ENTR key old value is displayed and digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change the digit, Press ENTR to set the baud rate.

If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at this digit. System retains old value. After baud rate is set system asks for PARITY setting. Display shows Pr. On lower display old setting is displayed, Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll the option from none , odd , even . Press ENTR at required option. System sets that parity. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at this digit. System retains old value. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. MODBUS data structure for serial communication Address 40001 40002 (HB) 40002 (LB) 40003 (HB+LB) Data Flow rate not used Low byte of totaliser count Middle and Lower byte of totaliser count

You get value without decimal point.

MENU 10 -- Set Rate Base Display shows 10.rb Here you can set base value of flow rate corresponds to 4 mA input to be displayed. That means you can add the offset to the Zero value. Example: say initially you have set rate span = 3600 and rate base (rb) = 0 Then at input =< 4 mA Indication is 0 at input 12 mA Indication is 1800 at input 20 mA Indication is 3600 now if you set rb = 100 your total span becomes 3500. Then at input =< 4 mA Indication is 100 at input 12 mA Indication is 1850 (1750+100) at input 20 mA Indication is 3600 (3500+100) To set the value: Press ENTR key old value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all three digits are entered, system checks for correct value i.e. not greater than span value If the value is ok system comes out of that menu and that value is stored. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus.

MENU 11 -- Set Totaliser Base Display shows 11.tb Here you can set base value of totalized Counts/Hr corresponds to 4 mA input to be displayed. That means you can add the offset to the Zero value. Example: say initially you have set totaliser span = 3600 and base (tb) = 0 Then at input =< 4 mA totaliser increment is 0 counts/Hr at input 12 mA totaliser increment is 1800 counts/Hr at input 20 mA totaliser increment is 3600 counts/Hr now if you set rb = 100 your total span becomes 3500. Then at input =< 4 mA totaliser increment is 100 counts/Hr at input 12 mA totaliser increment is 1850 counts/Hr (1750+100) at input 20 mA totaliser increment is 3600 counts/Hr (3500+100) To set the value: Press ENTR key old value is displayed and last digit will be blinking. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all three digits are entered, system checks for correct value i.e. not greater than span value If the value is ok system comes out of that menu and that value is stored. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at each digit. System retains old value. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus.

MENU12 -- Enter Pass-Code for the unit Display shows 12.PAsS This menu is used to lock the programming of the unit. This means when pass code is given, system asks for the pass code whenever user presses PROG key. Password value can be from 0000 to 9999. When the unit is shipped to customer, the pass-code is 0000. This means that the unit is free for programming parameters. After programming the unit as per requirement user can lock the programming by entering any 4 digit numeric value as pass code. To give fresh pass code, Press ENTR key, Display shows n. 0000 on lower 6 digits and the last digit is blinking. This means that the unit is asking to give new pass-code. If user enters 0000, then this pass-code is used to unlock the unit from programming. If user enters any non-zero value, then it is treated as new pass-code. Press UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR key at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all digits are entered, system comes out of this menu and entered value is stored. User should be aware of the fact that he should always remember this new pass-code. Or otherwise the programming of the unit is totally restricted and the unit will function as per the old settings done in the PROG Mode. When user want to change the old pass-code, Press ENTR key, Display shows o. 0000 and the last digit is blinking. This means that the unit is asking old pass-code. User has to enter the old passcode correctly. If any wrong pass-code is entered, the display shows, P. Err Press Enter key to exit. If user enters correct pass-code then unit again asks for new pass-code. User should enter the required numeric value by using Up/Down and Enter key as explained above.

After giving pass code, when user presses PROG key, System first asks for pass code, After entering correct pass code system goes to program menu. Else it displays P err Press ENTR key to start the counter. If by chance the pass-code is not remembered by the user and the unit is locked for programming, then ask us by written mail or fax with proper designation in the factory by the user. The master pass-code will be informed in the same format to user. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. MENU 13 Lower Cut off setting Display shows 13.Ct Here you can set Lower cut off for flow rate display. Value can be from 0000 to 18000. To set the value: Press ENTR key, system displays old value. Use UP/DOWN key to change each digit from 0 to 9. Press ENTR at each digit to go to next digit setting. When all five digits are entered, system checks for correct value, if the value is ok system sets new value. Else it displays old value again. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus. Operation: Say Cut off value is 1500. Then for flow rate value from 0 to 1500 display shows ZERO flow rate. Also totaliser does not increase for this range. Flow rate above 1500 is displayed as per normal calculation of SPAN. For Cut off value set to 0, system displays flow rate from 0 to its SPAN.

Print this only when this option is given: MENU 14 -- Set Input type This option is available only with FIT having Square root input facility. Here you can set input type as Square root or Normal linear. Press ENTR key. Display shows present type as Square. Press UP/DOWN key to toggle the option. Press ENTR key again to set the option. If you don't want to change the setting, press ENTR key at this digit. System retains old value. Press PROG key to start the counter and return to main menu or Press UP/DOWN keys to scroll menus.

RTx Output: OPTIONAL 4 20 mA true retransmission output is provided for external Indicator or control purpose. Maximum load resistance is 500 ohms. Power Output: 24 VDC, 120 mA output is made available from the system to use as a supply for the external transmitter if used. Mains supply connection: System is provided with two input supply connections as 110 VAC and 230 VAC. As per the requirement only one option is brought on the back connector. Colour code for the supply connections from internal transformer is LIVE 230 VAC RED LIVE 110 VAC YELLOW NEUTRAL BLACK EARTH GREEN If it is required at site to change the supply type 1. Remove back plate and top plate of the cabinet. 2. Remove present LIVE wire from transformer soldered at the FUSE terminal. Fix this wire with proper insulation inside. 3. Connect required LIVE wire from transformer to the same FUSE terminal. 4. Fix top plate and back again. 5. Now make sure that you are giving correct power to the system as per current changes made. FUSE : System is provided with FUSE protection for mains supply variations. If you found the FUSE burnt because of high voltage, replace the FUSE by new one. Fuse rating is 230VAC, 100mA. After replacing the fuse, if it again burnt out then there is a problem in the system. Do not replace fuse send system for repairs. PRECAUTIONS: 1. Give correct supply to the system. 2. Use proper size wire (max. 1.5 mmsq.) for termination. 3. Set span and decimal point of the Flow rate / Totaliser as required. 4. If you connect the mA in reverse fashion or when input is below 0 mA system displays Zero value.

Print this only when this option is given: mA VALUES TABLE FOR SQUARE ROOT EXTRACTION MODEL -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------INPUT SQ. OUTPUT LINEAR mA GIVEN mA FOR CALCULATION -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4.00 4.00 5.00 8.00 6.00 9.65 7.00 10.92 8.00 12.00 9.00 12.94 10.00 13.79 11.00 14.58 12.00 15.31 13.00 16.00 14.00 16.64 15.00 17.26 16.00 17.85 17.00 18.42 18.00 18.96 19.00 19.49 20.00 20.00 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Example : Say input given is 8 mA. So, the Linear value taken by the system after square root extraction is 12 mA from the above table. Our range is 4 20 mA i.e. span of 16 mA. So actual value for calculation is = 12 - 4 = 8 mA Now if you set span for Flow rate to 1000, that means 16 mA is resolved in 1000 So for above value Flow rate displayed is = (1000 x 8) / 16 = 500.

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