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  • 1 Safety instructions
  • 1.1 Designated use
  • 1.2 Installation, commissioning and operation
  • 1.3 Operational safety
  • 1.5 Notes on safety conventions and icons
  • 2 Identification
  • 2.1 Device designation
  • 2.1.1Nameplate of the transmitter
  • 2.1.2Nameplate of the sensor
  • 2.2 CE mark, declaration of conformity
  • 2.3Registered trademarks
  • 3 Installation
  • 3.1 Incoming acceptance, transport and storage
  • 3.1.1Incoming acceptance
  • 3.1.2Transport
  • 3.1.3Storage
  • 3.2 Installation conditions
  • 3.2.1Dimensions
  • 3.2.2Mounting location
  • 3.2.3Orientation
  • 3.2.4Heating, thermal insulation
  • 3.2.5Inlet and outlet runs
  • 3.2.6Vibrations
  • 3.2.7Limiting flow
  • 3.3Installation instructions
  • 3.3.1Turning the transmitter housing
  • 3.3.2Installing the wall-mount transmitter housing
  • 3.3.3Turning the local display
  • 3.4 Post installation check
  • 4 Wiring
  • 4.1 Connecting the remote version
  • 4.1.1Connecting the sensor
  • 4.1.2Cable specifications
  • 4.2Connecting the measuring unit
  • 4.2.1Transmitter (aluminium)
  • 4.2.2Terminal assignment
  • 4.2.3HART connection
  • 4.3 Degree of protection
  • 4.4Post connection check
  • 5 Operation
  • 5.1 Display and operating elements
  • 5.2Brief operating instructions to the function matrix
  • 5.3 Error messages
  • 5.4 Communication (HART)
  • 5.4.1Operating options
  • 5.4.2Device and process variables
  • 5.4.3Universal / Common practice HART commands
  • 5.4.4Device status / Error messages
  • 5.4.5Switching HART write protection on and off
  • 6 Commissioning
  • 6.1 Function check
  • 6.2 Commissioning
  • 6.2.1Switching on the measuring device
  • 6.2.2Quick Setup “Commissioning”
  • 6.2.3Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow”
  • 6.2.4Quick Setup “Batching”
  • 6.2.5Quick Setup “Gas Measurement”
  • 6.2.6Zero point adjustment
  • 6.2.7Density adjustment
  • 6.2.8Concentration measurement
  • 6.2.9Advanced diagnostic functions
  • 6.2.10Current output: active/passive
  • 6.2.11Relay contacts: Normally closed/Normally open
  • 6.3Purge and pressure monitoring connections
  • 6.4 Data storage device (DAT, F-Chip)
  • 7 Maintenance
  • 8 Accessories
  • 9 Trouble-shooting
  • 9.1 Trouble-shooting instructions
  • 9.2System error messages
  • 9.3Process error messages
  • 9.4Process errors without messages
  • 9.5Response of outputs to errors
  • 9.6Spare parts
  • 9.7Removing and installing printed circuit boards
  • 9.8Replacing the device fuse
  • 9.9Software history
  • 10Technical data
  • 10.1Technical data at a glance
  • 10.1.1Applications
  • 10.1.2Function and system design
  • 10.1.3Input
  • 10.1.4Output
  • 10.1.5Auxiliary energy
  • 10.1.6Performance characteristics
  • 10.1.7Operating conditions
  • 10.1.8Mechanical construction
  • 10.1.10Certificates and approvals
  • 10.1.11Ordering information
  • 10.1.12Accessories
  • 10.1.13Documentation
  • 10.2Dimensions: Wall-mount housing
  • 10.3Dimensions: Stainless steel field housing
  • 10.5Dimensions: Remote version (PromassE)
  • 10.6Dimensions: Remote version for heating
  • 10.7Dimensions: Promass F
  • 10.8Dimensions: Promass M
  • 10.9Dimensions: Promass E
  • 10.10Dimensions: Promass A
  • 10.11Dimensions: Promass H
  • 10.12Dimensions: Promass I
  • Index

BA 059D/06/en/01.

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50098470
Valid as of software version:
V 1.04.XX (amplifier)
V 1.02.XX (communication)
PROline promass 83
Coriolis Mass Flow
Measuring System
Operating Instructions
Brief operating instructions PROline Promass 83
2 Endress+Hauser
Brief operating instructions
These brief operating instructions show you how to configure your measuring device
quickly and easily:
Safety instructions Page 7
M
Installation Page 13
M
Wiring Page 23
M
Switching on the measuring device Page 53
M
Display and operating elements Page 31
M
Commissioning with “QUICK SETUP” Page 54 ff.
You can commission your measuring device quickly and easily, using the special
“Quick Setup” menu. It enables you to configure important basic functions using
the local display, for example display language, measured variables, units of
measures, type of signal, etc.
The following adjustments can be made separately as necessary:
– Zero point adjustment
– Density adjustment
M
Application specific QUICK SETUPs Page 55 ff.
In “Quick Setup” mode you have the option of launching other, application-
specific Quick Setups, for instance the menu for measuring pulsating flow, etc.
M
Customer specific configuration Page 35 ff.
Complex measuring operations necessitate additional functions that you can
configure as necessary with the aid of the function matrix, and customise to suit
your process parameters.
! Note:
All functions are described in detail, as is the function matrix itself, in the
“Description of Device Functions” manual, which is a separate part of these
Operating Instructions.
M
M
Trouble-shooting / Remedy Page 81 ff.
Always start trouble-shooting with the checklist on Page 81, if faults occur after
start-up or during operation. The routine takes you directly to the cause of the
problem and the appropriate remedial measures.
Returning devices
If you return a measuring device to Endress+Hauser for repair or calibration,
you must complete the “Declaration of contamination” form and enclose it with
the device. You will find a preprinted blank of this form at the back of this
manual.
PROline Promass 83 QUICK SETUP “Commissioning”
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QUICK SETUP “Commissioning”
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Configure another system unit ?

Current output n Freq./Pulse output n
Selection output type
Automatic configuration of display ?
Carrying out another Quick Setup ?
Quit
Assign
Current output
Current span
Value 0/4 mA
Value 20 mA
Meas. mode Meas. mode
Meas. mode
Time constant
Time constant Failsafe mode
Failsafe mode
Failsafe mode
Assign
Freq. output
End value freq.
Value F Low
Value F High
Output signal
Assign
Pulse output
Pulse value
Pulse width
Output signal
Operation Mode
Frequency Pulse
Automatic parameterization of the display
Reference Calculated
Fix. Density
Density
Unit
Ref. Density
Exp. Coeff. Lin
Exp. Coeff. SQR
Reference temp.

Volume flow Corr. Vol. flow Mass flow Density
Selection system units
Temperature Quit
Unit
Volume flow
Unit
Corr. Vol. flow
Unit
Mass flow
Unit
Density
Unit
Temperature
Unit
Totalizer
Corr. Vol.
calculation
Unit
Totalizer
Language
Defaults
Quick Setup
HOME-POSITION
QS
Commission
Pulsating flow Gas measurement

Configure another output ?
Carrying out the selected Quick Setup
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QUICK SETUP “Commissioning” PROline Promass 83
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PROline Promass 83 Contents
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Contents
1 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.1 Designated use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.2 Installation, commissioning and operation . . . 7
1.3 Operational safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.4 Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1.5 Notes on safety conventions and icons . . . . . . 8
2 Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.1 Device designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.1.1 Nameplate of the transmitter . . . . . . . 9
2.1.2 Nameplate of the sensor. . . . . . . . . . 10
2.2 CE mark, declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . 10
2.3 Registered trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1 Incoming acceptance, transport and storage 13
3.1.1 Incoming acceptance . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1.2 Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1.3 Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.2 Installation conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.2.1 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.2.2 Mounting location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.2.3 Orientation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.2.4 Heating, thermal insulation . . . . . . . 18
3.2.5 Inlet and outlet runs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.2.6 Vibrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.2.7 Limiting flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.3 Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.3.1 Turning the transmitter housing . . . . 19
3.3.2 Installing the wall-mount
transmitter housing . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3.3.3 Turning the local display. . . . . . . . . . 22
3.4 Post installation check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4 Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.1 Connecting the remote version . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.1.1 Connecting the sensor . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.1.2 Cable specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.2 Connecting the measuring unit . . . . . . . . . . . 25
4.2.1 Transmitter (aluminium) . . . . . . . . . . 25
4.2.2 Terminal assignment. . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
4.2.3 HART connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
4.3 Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4.4 Post connection check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.1 Display and operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.2 Brief operating instructions
to the function matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
5.3 Error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
5.4 Communication (HART) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
5.4.1 Operating options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
5.4.2 Device and process variables . . . . . . 40
5.4.3 Universal / Common practice
HART commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
5.4.4 Device status / Error messages . . . . . 47
5.4.5 Switching HART write protection
on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6 Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.1 Function check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.2 Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.2.1 Switching on the measuring device . 53
6.2.2 Quick Setup “Commissioning”. . . . . . 54
6.2.3 Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow” . . . . . . 55
6.2.4 Quick Setup “Batching” . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.2.5 Quick Setup “Gas Measurement” . . . 62
6.2.6 Zero point adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
6.2.7 Density adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.2.8 Concentration measurement . . . . . . . 68
6.2.9 Advanced diagnostic functions . . . . . 73
6.2.10 Current output: active/passive. . . . . . 75
6.2.11 Relay contacts:
Normally closed/Normally open. . . . . 76
6.3 Purge and pressure monitoring connections . 77
6.4 Data storage device (DAT, F-Chip) . . . . . . . . 77
7 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
8 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
9 Trouble-shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
9.1 Trouble-shooting instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
9.2 System error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
9.3 Process error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
9.4 Process errors without messages . . . . . . . . . . 91
9.5 Response of outputs to errors . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
9.6 Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
9.7 Removing and installing
printed circuit boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
9.8 Replacing the device fuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
9.9 Software history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Contents PROline Promass 83
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10 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
10.1 Technical data at a glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
10.1.1 Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
10.1.2 Function and system design . . . . . 101
10.1.3 Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
10.1.4 Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
10.1.5 Auxiliary energy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
10.1.6 Performance characteristics . . . . . . 105
10.1.7 Operating conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . 109
10.1.8 Mechanical construction. . . . . . . . . 118
10.1.9 Human interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
10.1.10 Certificates and approvals . . . . . . . 121
10.1.11 Ordering information . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
10.1.12 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
10.1.13 Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
10.2 Dimensions: Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . 123
10.3 Dimensions: Stainless steel field housing . . 123
10.4 Dimensions: Remote version
(Promass F, M, A, H, I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
10.5 Dimensions: Remote version (Promass E) . . 124
10.6 Dimensions: Remote version for heating . . . 124
10.7 Dimensions: Promass F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
10.8 Dimensions: Promass M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
10.9 Dimensions: Promass E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
10.10 Dimensions: Promass A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
10.11 Dimensions: Promass H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
10.12 Dimensions: Promass I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
PROline Promass 83 1 Safety instructions
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1 Safety instructions
1.1 Designated use
The measuring device described in these Operating Instructions is to be used only for
measuring the mass flow rate of fluids and gases. At the same time, the system also
measures fluid density and fluid temperature. These parameters are then used to cal-
culate other variables such as volume flow. Fluids with widely differing properties can
be measured, for example:
- Chocolate, condensed milk, liquid sugar
- Oils, fats
- Acids, alkalis, lacquers, paints, solvents and cleaning agents
- Pharmaceuticals, catalysts, inhibitors
- Suspensions
- Gases, liquefied gases, etc.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damages resulting from incorrect use or for
other than designated use.
1.2 Installation, commissioning and operation
Note the following points:
- Installation, connection to the electricity supply, commissioning and maintenance of
the device must be carried out by trained, qualified specialists authorised to perform
such work by the facility's owner operator. The specialist must have read and under-
stood these Operating Instructions and must follow the instructions it contains.
- The device must be operated by persons authorised and trained by the facility's
owner-operator. Strict compliance with the instructions in the Operating Instruction is
mandatory.
- Endress+Hauser will be happy to assist in clarifying the chemical resistance proper-
ties of parts wetted by special fluids, including fluids used for cleaning. However the
user is responsible for the choice of fluid wetted materials as regards to their in-proc-
ess resistance to corrosion. The manufacturer refuses to accept liability.
- The installer must ensure that the measuring system is correctly wired in accordance
with the wiring diagrams. The transmitter must be grounded, unless the power supply
is galvanically insulated.
- Invariably, local regulations governing the opening and repair of electrical devices
apply.
1.3 Operational safety
Note the following points:
- Measuring systems for use in hazardous environments are accompanied by separate
“Ex documentation”, which is an integral part of these Operating Instructions. Strict
compliance with the installation instructions and ratings as stated in this supplemen-
tary documentation is mandatory. The symbol on the front of this supplementary
Ex documentation indicates the approval and the certification body ( 0Europe, 2
USA, 1 Canada).
- The measuring device complies with the general safety requirements in accordance
with EN 61010, the EMC requirements of EN 61326/A1, and NAMUR recommendation
NE 21 and NE 43.
- The manufacturer reserves the right to modify technical data without prior notice. Your
E+H distributor will supply you with current information and updates to these
Operating Instructions.
1 Safety instructions PROline Promass 83
8 Endress+Hauser
1.4 Return
The following procedures must be carried out before a flowmeter requiring repair or
calibration, for example, is returned to Endress+Hauser:
- Always enclose a duly completed “Declaration of contamination” form. Only then can
Endress+Hauser transport, examine and repair a returned device.
- Enclose special handling instructions if necessary, for example a safety data sheet as
per EN 91/155/EEC.
- Remove all residues. Pay special attention to the grooves for seals and crevices which
could contain residues. This is particularly important if the substance is hazardous to
health, e.g. flammable, toxic, caustic, carcinogenic, etc.
With Promass A and Promass M the threaded process connections must first be
removed from the sensor and then cleaned.
!
Note:
You will find a preprinted “Declaration of contamination” form at the back of this manual.
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Warning:
- Do not return a measuring device if you are not absolutely certain that all traces of
hazardous substances have been removed, e.g. substances which have penetrated
crevices or diffused through plastic.
- Costs incurred for waste disposal and injury (burns, etc.) due to inadequate cleaning
will be charged to the owner-operator.
1.5 Notes on safety conventions and icons
The devices are designed to meet state-of-the-art safety requirements, have been
tested, and left the factory in a condition in which they are safe to operate. The devices
comply with the applicable standards and regulations in accordance with EN 61010
“Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, Regulation
and Laboratory Procedures”. They can, however, be a source of danger if used incor-
rectly or for other than the designated use.
Consequently, always pay particular attention to the safety instructions indicated in
these Operating Instructions by the following icons:
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Warning:
“Warning” indicates an action or procedure which, if not performed correctly, can result
in injury or a safety hazard. Comply strictly with the instructions and proceed with care.
"
Caution:
“Caution” indicates an action or procedure which, if not performed correctly, can result
in incorrect operation or destruction of the device. Comply strictly with the instructions.
!
Note:
“Note” indicates an action or procedure which, if not performed correctly, can have an
indirect effect on operation or trigger an unexpected response on the part of the device.
PROline Promass 83 2 Identification
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2 Identification
2.1 Device designation
The “Promass 83” flow measuring system consists of the following components:
- Promass 83 transmitter
- Promass F, Promass M, Promass E, Promass A, Promass H or Promass I sensor
In the compact version, transmitter and sensor form a single mechanical unit; in the
remote version they are installed separately.
2.1.1 Nameplate of the transmitter
Fig. 1: Nameplate specifications for the “Promass 83” transmitter (example)
1 Ordering code/Serial number: See the specifications on the order confirmation for the meanings of the
individual letters and digits.
2 Power supply / frequency: 16...62 V DC / 20...55 V AC / 50...60 Hz
Power consumption: 15 VA / W
3 Available inputs / outputs:
I-OUT (HART): with current output (HART)
f-OUT: with pulse/frequency output
RELAY: with relay output
STATUS-IN: with status input (auxiliary input)
4 Reserved for information on special products
5 Ambient temperature range
6 Degree of protection
PROMASS
ENDRESS+HAUSER
Order Code:
83
Ser.No.:
TAG No.:
16-62VDC/20-55VAC
50-60Hz 15VA/W
IP67/NEMA/Type4X 83F25-XXXXXXXXXXXX
12345678901
ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRST
–20°C (–4°F) < Tamb < +60°C (+140°F)
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6 5
2
3
4
Pat. US 5,479,007
Pat. US 4,768,384
Pat. UK 261 435
5,648,616
4,801,897
EP 262 573 EP 618 680
I-OUT (HART), f-OUT
STATUS-IN, RELAY
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2.1.2 Nameplate of the sensor
Fig. 2: Nameplate specifications for the “Promass F” sensor (example)
1 Ordering code/Serial number: See the specifications on the order confirmation for the meanings of the
individual letters and digits.
2 Calibration factor: 2.510; zero point: –11
3 Nominal diameter device: DN 25 / 1"
4 Nominal diameter flange: DN 25 / 1"
Pressure rating: DIN PN 100 bar
5 Material of measuring tubes: Stainless steel 1.4539/904L
6 TMmax +200 °C / +400 °F (max. fluid temperature)
7 Pressure range of secondary containment: max. 40 bar (600 psi)
8 Accuracy of density measurement: ± 0.001 g/cc
9 Additional information (examples):
– With 5-point calibration
– With 3.1 B certification for fluid wetted materials
10 Reserved for information on special products
11 Ambient temperature range
12 Degree of protection
13 Flow direction
14 Reserved for additional information on device version (approvals, certificates)
2.2 CE mark, declaration of conformity
The devices are designed to meet state-of-the-art safety requirements, have been
tested, and left the factory in a condition in which they are safe to operate. The devices
comply with the applicable standards and regulations in accordance with EN 61010
“Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, Regulation
and Laboratory Procedures” and with the EMC requirements of EN 61326/A1.
The measuring system described in these Operating Instructions thus complies with the
statutory requirements of the EC Directives. Endress+Hauser confirms successful
testing of the device by affixing to it the CE mark.
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PROline Promass 83 2 Identification
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2.3 Registered trademarks
KALREZ
®
, VITON
®

Registered trademarks of E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, USA
TRI-CLAMP
®
Registered trademark of Ladish & Co., Inc., Kenosha, USA
SWAGELOK
®
Registered trademark of Swagelok & Co., Solon, USA
HART
®

Registered trademark of HART Communication Foundation, Austin, USA
S-DAT™, T-DAT™, F-Chip™, FieldTool™, FieldCheck™, Applicator™
Registered or registration-pending trademarks of Endress+Hauser Flowtec AG,
Reinach, CH
2 Identification PROline Promass 83
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PROline Promass 83 3 Installation
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3 Installation
3.1 Incoming acceptance, transport and storage
3.1.1 Incoming acceptance
On receipt of the goods, check the following points:
- Check the packaging and the contents for damage.
- Check the shipment, make sure nothing is missing and that the scope of supply
matches your order.
3.1.2 Transport
The following instructions apply to unpacking and to transporting the device to its final
location:
- Transport the devices in the containers in which they are delivered.
- The covers or caps fitted to the process connections prevent mechanical damage to
the sealing faces and the ingress of foreign matter to the measuring tube during trans-
portation and storage. Consequently, do not remove these covers or caps until imme-
diately before installation.
- Do not lift measuring devices of nominal diameters DN 40...150 by the transmitter
housing or the connection housing in the case of the remote version (Fig. 3). Use
webbing slings slung round the two process connections. Do not use chains, as they
could damage the housing.
- In the case of the Promass M / DN 80 sensor, use only the lifting eyes on the flanges
to lift the assembly.
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Warning:
Risk of injury if the measuring device slips. The center of gravity of the assembled meas-
uring device might be higher than the points around which the slings are slung.
At all times, therefore, make sure that the device does not unexpectedly turn around its
axis or slip.
Fig. 3: Instructions for transporting sensors with DN 40...150
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3.1.3 Storage
Note the following points:
- Pack the measuring device in such a way as to protect it reliably against impact for
storage (and transportation). The original packaging provides optimum protection.
- The permissible storage temperature is ÷40...+80 °C (preferably +20 °C).
- Do not remove the protective covers or caps on the process connections until you are
ready to install the device.
- The measuring device must be protected against direct sunlight during storage in
order to avoid unacceptably high surface temperatures.
3.2 Installation conditions
Note the following points:
- No special measures such as supports are necessary. External forces are absorbed
by the construction of the instrument, for example the secondary containment.
- The high oscillation frequency of the measuring tubes ensures that the correct oper-
ation of the measuring system is not influenced by pipe vibrations.
- No special precautions need to be taken for fittings which create turbulence (valves,
elbows, T-pieces, etc.), as long as no cavitation occurs.
- For mechanical reasons and in order to protect the pipe, it is advisable to support
heavy sensors.
3.2.1 Dimensions
Dimensions and the fitting lengths of the transmitter and sensor are on Page 123 ff.
3.2.2 Mounting location
Entrained gas bubbles in the measuring tube can result in an increase in measuring
errors. Avoid the following locations:
- Highest point of a pipeline. Risk of air accumulating.
- Directly upstream of a free pipe outlet in a vertical pipeline.
Fig. 4: Mounting location
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The proposed configuration in Fig. 5, however, permits installation in a vertical pipeline.
Pipe restrictors or the use of an orifice with a smaller cross-section than the nominal
diameter prevent the sensor from running empty during measurement.
Fig. 5: Installation in a vertical pipe (e.g. for batching applications)
1 Supply tank
2 Sensor
3 Orifice, pipe restrictions (see Table)
4 Valve
5 Batching tank
System pressure
It is important to ensure that cavitation does not occur, because it would influence the
oscillation of the measuring tube. No special measures need to be taken for fluids which
have properties similar to water under normal conditions.
In the case of liquids with a low boiling point (hydrocarbons, solvents, liquefied gases)
or in suction lines, it is important to ensure that pressure does not drop below the vapour
pressure and that the liquid does not start to boil. It is also important to ensure that the
gases that occur naturally in many liquids do not outgas. Such effects can be prevented
when system pressure is sufficiently high.
Consequently, it is generally best to install the sensor:
- downstream from pumps (no danger of vacuum),
- at the lowest point in a vertical pipe.
Promass F, M, E / DN 8 15 25 40 50 80
1)
100
2)
150
2)
Ø orifice / pipe restriction 6 mm 10 mm 14 mm 22 mm 28 mm 50 mm 65 mm 90 mm
1)
Promass F, M only
2)
Promass F only
Promass A / DN 1 2 4
Ø orifice / pipe restriction 0.8 mm 1.5 mm 3.0 mm
Promass H, I / DN 8 15 15
1)
25 25
1)
40 40
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Ø orifice / pipe restriction 6 mm 10 mm 15 mm 14 mm 24 mm 22 mm 35 mm 28 mm
1)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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3.2.3 Orientation
Orientation Promass A
Vertical:
Recommended orientation with upward direction of flow. When fluid is not flowing,
entrained solids will sink down and gases will rise away from the measuring tube.
The measuring tubes can be completely drained and protected against solids build-up.
Horizontal:
When installation is correct the transmitter housing is above or below the pipe. This
arrangement means that no gas or solid deposits can accumulate in the curved meas-
uring tube (single-tube system).
Do not install the sensor in such a way that it is suspended in the pipe, in other words
without support or attachment. This is to avoid excessive strain at the process connec-
tion. The base plate of the sensor housing is designed for mounting on a tabletop, wall
or post.
Fig. 6: Vertical and horizontal orientation (Promass A)
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Orientation Promass F, M, E, H, I
Vertical:
Recommended orientation with upward direction of flow (View 1). When fluid is not flow-
ing, entrained solids will sink down and gases will rise away from the measuring tube.
The measuring tubes can be completely drained and protected against solids build-up.
Horizontal (Promass F, M, E):
The measuring tubes of Promass F, M and E must be horizontal and beside each other.
When installation is correct the transmitter housing is above or below the pipe (Views 2,
3). Always avoid having the transmitter housing in the same horizontal plane as the pipe.
Horizontal (Promass H, I):
Promass H and Promass I can be installed in any orientation in a horizontal pipe run.
Fig. 7: Orientation Promass F, M, E, H, I
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Caution:
The two measuring tubes of Promass F and Promass E and the one of Promass H are
slightly curved. The position of the sensor, therefore, has to be matched to the fluid prop-
erties when the sensor is installed horizontally (Fig. 8).
Fig. 8: Promass F, E, H installed horizontally
1 Not suitable for fluids with entrained solids. Risk of solids accumulating.
2 Not suitable for outgassing fluids. Risk of gas accumulating.
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Fluid temperature
In order to ensure that the maximum permissible ambient temperature for the transmitter
(–20...+60 °C, optional –40...+60 °C) is not exceeded, we recommend the following
orientations:
High fluid temperature
Vertical piping: installation in accordance with Fig. 7 / View 1
Horizontal piping: installation in accordance with Fig. 7 / View 3
Low fluid temperature
Vertical piping: installation in accordance with Fig. 7 / View 1
Horizontal piping: installation in accordance with Fig. 7 / View 2
3.2.4 Heating, thermal insulation
Some fluids require suitable measures to avoid heat transfer at the sensor. A wide range
of materials can be used to provide the required thermal insulation. Heating can be
electric, e.g. with heated elements, or by means of hot water or steam pipes made of
copper. Special heating jackets are available for all sensors on request.
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Caution:
When using electrical heat tracing whose heat is regulated using phase control or by
pulse packs, it cannot be ruled out that the measured values are influenced by magnetic
fields which may occur, i.e. at values greater than those permitted by the EC standard
(Sinus 30 A/m).
In such cases, the sensor must be magnetically screened (except for Promass M).
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Caution:
Risk of electronics overheating!
- Consequently, make sure that the adapter between sensor and transmitter and the
connection housing of the remote version always remain free of insulating material.
- Note that a certain orientation might be required, depending on the fluid temperature
(see Section 3.2.3 “Fluid temperature”).
- Information on permissible temperature ranges Page 109 ff.
3.2.5 Inlet and outlet runs
There are no installation requirements regarding inlet and outlet runs. If possible, install
the sensor well clear of fittings such as valves, T-pieces, elbows, etc.
3.2.6 Vibrations
The high oscillation frequency of the measuring tubes ensures that the correct operation
of the measuring system is not influenced by pipe vibrations. Consequently, the sensors
require no special measures for attachment.
3.2.7 Limiting flow
See the information on Page 101 and 110.
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3.3 Installation instructions
3.3.1 Turning the transmitter housing
Turning the aluminium field housing
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Warning:
The turning mechanism in devices with EEx d/de or FM/CSA Cl. I Div. 1 classification is
not the same as that described here. The procedure for turning these housings is
described in the Ex-specific documentation.
1. Loosen the two securing screws.
2. Turn the bayonet catch as far as it will go.
3. Carefully lift the transmitter housing as far as it will go.
4. Turn the transmitter housing to the desired position (max. 2 x 90° in either direction).
5. Lower the housing into position and re-engage the bayonet catch.
6. Retighten the two securing screws.
Fig. 9: Turning the transmitter housing (aluminium field housing)
Turning the stainless steel field housing
1. Loosen the two securing screws.
2. Carefully lift the transmitter housing as far as it will go.
3. Turn the transmitter housing to the desired position (max. 2 x 90° in either direction).
4. Lower the housing into position.
5. Retighten the two securing screws.
Fig. 10: Turning the transmitter housing (stainless steel field housing)
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3.3.2 Installing the wall-mount transmitter housing
There are various ways of installing the wall-mount transmitter housing:
- Mounted directly on the wall
- Installation in control panel (separate mounting set, accessories Page 79)
- Pipe mounting (separate mounting set, accessories Page 79)
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Caution:
- Make sure that ambient temperature does not go beyond the permissible range
(–20...+60 °C). Install the device in a shady location. Avoid direct sunlight.
- Always install the wall-mount housing in such a way that the cable entries are pointing
down.
Direct wall mounting
1. Drill the holes as illustrated in Fig. 11.
2. Remove the cover of the connection compartment (a).
3. Push the two securing screws (b) through the appropriate bores (c) in the housing.
– Securing screws (M6): max. Ø 6.5 mm
– Screw head: max. Ø 10.5 mm
4. Secure the transmitter housing to the wall as indicated.
5. Screw the cover of the connection compartment (a) firmly onto the housing.
Fig. 11: Mounted directly on the wall
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Installation in control panel
1. Prepare the opening in the panel (Fig. 12).
2. Slide the housing into the opening in the panel from the front.
3. Screw the fasteners onto the wall-mount housing.
4. Place the threaded rods in the fasteners and screw them down until the housing is
seated tightly against the panel. Afterwards, tighten the locking nuts. Additional
support is not necessary.
Fig. 12: Panel Installation (wall-mount housing)
Pipe mounting
The assembly should be performed by following the instructions in Fig. 13.
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Caution:
If the device is mounted to a warm pipe, make certain that the housing temperature
does not exceed +60 °C, which is the maximum permissible temperature.
Fig. 13: Pipe mounting (wall-mount housing)
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3.3.3 Turning the local display
1. Remove the cover of the electronics compartment.
2. Press the side latches on the display module and remove it from the electronics
compartment cover plate.
3. Rotate the display to the desired position (max. 4 x 45° in each direction), and reset
it into the electronics compartment cover plate.
4. Screw the cover of the electronics compartment firmly onto the transmitter housing.
Fig. 14: Turning the local display (field housing)
3.4 Post installation check
Perform the following checks after installing the measuring device in the pipe:
Device condition and specifications Notes
Is the device damaged (visual inspection)?
÷
Does the device correspond to specifications at the measuring point,
including process temperature and pressure, ambient temperature,
measuring range, etc.?
see Page 101 ff.
Installation Notes
Does the arrow on the sensor nameplate match the direction of flow
through the pipe?
÷
Are the measuring point number and labeling correct (visual inspec-
tion)?

Is the orientation chosen for the sensor correct, in other words suitable
for sensor type, fluid properties (outgassing, with entrained solids)
and fluid temperature?
see Page 14 ff.
Process environment / process conditions Notes
Is the measuring device protected against moisture and direct
sunlight?
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4 Wiring
#
Warning:
When connecting Ex-certified devices, see the notes and diagrams in the Ex-specific
supplement to these Operating Instructions. Please do not hesitate to contact your
E+H representative if you have any questions.
4.1 Connecting the remote version
4.1.1 Connecting the sensor
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Warning:
- Risk of electric shock. Switch off the power supply before opening the device. Do not
install or wire the device while it is connected to the power supply. Failure to comply
with this precaution can result in irreparable damage to the electronics.
- Risk of electric shock. Connect the protective conductor to the ground terminal on the
housing before the power supply is applied.
- For the remote version, always make sure that you connect the sensor only to the
transmitter having the same serial number. Communication errors can occur if the
devices are not connected in this way.
1. Remove the cover (a) of the connection compartment from the transmitter and the
sensor by loosening the screws.
2. Feed the signal cable (b) through the appropriate cable entries.
3. Establish the connections between sensor and transmitter in accordance with the
wiring diagram:
Fig. 15
wiring diagram inside cover
4. Secure the cover (a) on the sensor connection housing and on the transmitter
housing.
Fig. 15: Connecting the remote version
a Covers of the connection compartments (transmitter, sensor)
b Connecting cable (signal cable)
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4.1.2 Cable specifications
The specifications of the cable connecting the transmitter and the sensor of the remote
version are as follows:
- 6 x 0.38 mm
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PVC cable with common shield and individually shielded cores.
- Conductor resistance: < 50 O/km
- Capacitance: core/shield: < 420 pF/m
- Cable length: max. 20 m
- Permanent operating temperature: max. +105 °C
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4.2 Connecting the measuring unit
4.2.1 Transmitter (aluminium)
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Warning:
- Risk of electric shock. Switch off the power supply before opening the device. Do not
install or wire the device while it is connected to the power supply. Failure to comply
with this precaution can result in irreparable damage to the electronics.
- Risk of electric shock. Connect the protective conductor to the ground terminal on the
housing before the power supply is applied.
- Compare the specifications on the nameplate with the local voltage supply and fre-
quency. The national regulations governing the installation of electrical equipment
also apply.
1. Remove the cover of the connection compartment (f) from the transmitter housing.
2. Feed the power supply cable (a) and signal cables (b) through the appropriate
cable entries.
3. Connect the cables in accordance with the wiring diagram:
– Wiring diagram (aluminium housing) Fig. 16
– Wiring diagram (stainless steel housing) Fig. 17
– Wiring diagram (wall-mount housing) Fig. 18
– Terminal assignment Page 27
4. Screw the cover of the connection compartment (f) firmly onto the transmitter
housing.
Fig. 16: Connecting the transmitter (aluminium field housing). Cable cross-section: max. 2.5 mm
2
a Cable for power supply: 85...260 V AC, 20...55 V AC, 16...62 V DC
Terminal No. 1: L1 for AC, L+ for DC
Terminal No. 2: N for AC, L÷ for DC
b Signal cable: Terminals Nos. 20–27 Page 27
c Ground terminal for protective conductor
d Ground terminal for signal cable shield
e Service adapter for connecting service interface FXA 193 (FieldCheck, FieldTool)
f Cover of the connection compartment
g Securing clamp
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Fig. 17: Connecting the transmitter (stainless-steel field housing). Cable cross-section: max. 2.5 mm
2
a Cable for power supply: 85...260 V AC, 20...55 V AC, 16...62 V DC
Terminal No. 1: L1 for AC, L+ for DC
Terminal No. 2: N for AC, L÷ for DC
b Signal cable: Terminals Nos. 20–27 Page 27
c Ground terminal for protective conductor
d Ground terminal for signal cable shield
e Service adapter for connecting service interface FXA 193 (FieldCheck, FieldTool)
f Cover of the connection compartment
Fig. 18: Connecting the transmitter (wall-mount housing). Cable cross-section: max. 2.5 mm
2
a Cable for power supply: 85...260 V AC, 20...55 V AC, 16...62 V DC
Terminal No. 1: L1 for AC, L+ for DC
Terminal No. 2: N for AC, L÷ for DC
b Signal cable: Terminals Nos. 20–27 Page 27
c Ground terminal for protective conductor
d Ground terminal for signal cable shield
e Service adapter for connecting service interface FXA 193 (FieldCheck, FieldTool)
f Cover of the connection compartment
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4.2.2 Terminal assignment
Terminal Nos. (inputs/outputs)
Order variant 20 (+) / 21 (–) 22 (+) / 23 (–) 24 (+) / 25 (–) 26 (+) / 27 (–)
Fixed communication boards (permanent assignment)
83***-***********A ÷ ÷ Frequency output
Current output
HART
83***-***********B Relay output Relay output Frequency output
Current output
HART
83***-***********F – – – PROFIBUS-PA Ex i
83***-***********G – – –
FOUNDATION Field-
bus, Ex i
83***-***********H – – –
PROFIBUS-PA
83***-***********J – – –
PROFIBUS-DP
83***-***********K – – –
FOUNDATION
Fieldbus
83***-***********R – –
Current output 2
Ex i, active
Current output 1
Ex i active, HART
83***-***********S – –
Frequency output
Ex i, passive
Current output Ex i
active, HART
83***-***********T – –
Frequency output
Ex i, passive
Current output Ex i
passive, HART
83***-***********U – –
Current output 2
Ex i, passive
Current output 1
Ex i passive, HART
Flexible communication boards
83***-***********C Relay output 2 Relay output 1 Frequency output
Current output
HART
83***-***********D Status input Relay output Frequency output
Current output
HART
83***-***********E Status input Relay output Current output 2
Current output 1
HART
83***-***********L Status input Relay output 2 Relay output 1
Current output
HART
83***-***********M Status input Frequency output 2 Frequency output 1
Current output
HART
83***-***********W Relay output Current output 3 Current output 2
Current output 1
HART
83***-***********0 Status input Current output 3 Current output 2
Current output 1
HART
83***-***********2 Relay output Current output 2 Frequency output
Current output 1
HART
Status input (auxiliary input):
galvanically isolated, 3...30 V DC, R
i
= 5 kO, configurable
Relay output:
max. 60 V DC / 0.1 A; max. 30 V AC / 0.5 A; configurable
Frequency output:
active/passive selectable, galvanically isolated
– active: 24 V DC, 25 mA (max. 250 mA during 20 ms), R
L
> 100 O
– passive: open collector, 30 V DC, 250 mA
– Frequency output: full scale frequ. 2...10000 Hz (f
max
= 12500 Hz), on/off ratio 1:1, pulse width max. 2 s
– Pulse output: pulse value and pulse polarity selectable, pulse width configurable (0.05…2000 ms)
Current output (active/passive):
galvanically isolated, active: 0/4...20 mA, R
L
< 700 O (HART: R
L
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passive: 4...20 mA, max. 30 V DC, R
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4.2.3 HART connection
Users have the following connection options at their disposal:
- Direct connection to transmitter by means of terminals 26 / 27
- Connection by means of the 4...20 mA circuit
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Note:
- The measuring loop's minimum load must be at least 250 O.
- The CURRENT SPAN function must be set either to “4–20 mA HART” or to “4–20 mA
(25 mA) HART” (factory setting).
Connection of the HART handheld communicator
See also the documentation issued by the HART Communication Foundation, and in
particular HCF LIT 20: “HART, a technical summary”.
Fig. 19: Electrical connection of the HART handheld communicator:
1 = HART communicator, 2 = power supply, 3 = shield, 4 = other evaluation devices or PLC with passive input
Connection of a PC with an operating software
In order to connect a PC with an operating software (e.g. “FieldTool”), a HART modem
(e.g. “Commubox FXA 191”) is needed.
See also the documentation issued by the HART Communication Foundation, and in
particular HCF LIT 20: “HART, a technical summary”.
Fig. 20: Electrical connection of a PC with an operating software:
1 = PC with an operating software, 2 = power supply, 3 = shield, 4 = other evaluation devices or PLC with
passive input, 5 = HART modem, e.g. Commubox FXA 191
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4.3 Degree of protection
The devices fulfill all the requirements for IP 67. Compliance with the following points is
mandatory following installation in the field or servicing, in order to ensure that IP 67 pro-
tection is maintained:
- The housing seals must be clean and undamaged when inserted into their grooves.
The seals must be dried, cleaned or replaced if necessary.
- All threaded fasteners and screw covers must be firmly tightened.
- The cables used for connection must be of the specified outside diameter
(see Page 104).
- Firmly tighten the cable entries (Fig. 21).
- The cables must loop down before they enter the cable entries (“water trap”, Fig. 21).
This arrangement prevents moisture penetrating the entry. Always install the measur-
ing device in such a way that the cable entries do not point up.
- Remove all unused cable entries and insert plugs instead.
- Do not remove the grommet from the cable entry.
Fig. 21: Installation instructions, cable entries
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4.4 Post connection check
Perform the following checks after completing electrical installation of the measuring
device:
Device condition and specifications Notes
Are cables or the device damaged (visual inspection)?
÷
Electrical connection Notes
Does the supply voltage match the specifications on the nameplate? 85...260 V AC (45...65 Hz)
20...55 V AC (45...65 Hz)
16...62 V DC
Do the cables comply with the specifications? see Page 24, 104
Do the cables have adequate strain relief?
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Cables correctly segregated by type?
Without loops and crossovers?
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Are the power supply and signal cables correctly connected? See the wiring diagram
inside the cover of the
terminal compartment
Are all screw terminals firmly tightened?
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Are all cable entries installed, firmly tightened and correctly sealed?
Cables looped as “water traps”?
see Page 29
Are all housing covers installed and firmly tightened?
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5 Operation
5.1 Display and operating elements
The local display enables you to read all important parameters directly at the measuring
point and configure the device using the “Quick Setup” or the function matrix.
The display consists of four lines; this is where measured values and/or status variables
(direction of flow, empty pipe, bar graph, etc.) are displayed. You can change the
assignment of display lines to different variables to suit your needs and preferences
(see the “Description of Device Functions” manual).
Fig. 22: Display and operating elements
Liquid crystal display (1)
The backlit, four-line liquid crystal display shows measured values, dialog texts, fault messages and notice
messages. The display as it appears when normal measuring is in progress is known as the HOME position
(operating mode). Readings displayed Page 32
Optical sensors for Touch Control (2)
Plus/minus keys (3)
– HOME position Direct access to totalizer values and actual values of inputs/outputs
– Enter numerical values, select parameters
– Select different blocks, groups and function groups within the function matrix
Press the +/– keys ( X) simultaneously to trigger the following functions:
– Exit the function matrix step by step HOME position
– Press and hold down +/÷ keys for longer than 3 seconds Return directly to HOME position
– Cancel data entry
Enter key (4)
– HOME position Entry into the function matrix
– Save the numerical values you input or settings you change
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Readings displayed (operation mode)
The display area consists of three lines in all; this is where measured values are dis-
played, and/or status variables (direction of flow, bar graph, etc.). You can change the
assignment of display lines to different variables to suit your needs and preferences
(see the “Description of Device Functions” manual).
Multiplex mode:
A maximum of two different display variables can be assigned to each line.
Variables multiplexed in this way alternate every 10 seconds on the display.
Error messages:
The modes of presentation for system and process error messages are described in
detail on Page 37 ff.
Fig. 23: Typical display for normal operating mode (HOME position)
1 Main display line: shows primary measured values, e.g. mass flow in [kg/h].
2 Additional line: shows measured variables and status variables, e.g. totalizer No. 3 in [t].
3 Information line: shows additional information on the measured variables and status variables, e.g. bar
graph of the limit value achieved by the mass flow.
4 “Info icons” field: Icons representing additional information on the measured values are shown in this
field. For a full list of the icons and their meanings Page 33
5 “Measured values” field: The current measured values appear in this field.
6 “Unit of measure” field: The units of measure and time defined for the current measured values appear
in this field.
Additional display functions
Depending on the order options, the local display has different display functions:
Device without batching software:
From HOME position, use the +/– keys to open an “Info Menu” containing the following
information:
- Totalizer (including overflow)
- Actual values or states of the configured inputs/outputs
- Device TAG number (user-definable)
OS Scan of individual values within the Info Menu
X (Esc key) Back to HOME position
Device with batching software:
On measuring instruments with installed batching software (F-Chip, see Page 79) and
a suitably configured display line, you can carry out filling processes directly using the
local display. You will find a detailed description on Page 34.
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Icons
The icons which appear in the field on the left make it easier to read and recognise
measured variables, device status, and error messages.
Icon Meaning
S System error
P Process error
$ Fault message (with effect on outputs)
! Notice message (without effect on outputs)
I 1...n Current output 1...n
P 1...n Pulse output 1...n
F 1...n Frequency output 1...n
S 1...n Status/relay output 1...n (or status input)
L 1...n Totalizer 1...n
Other icons
1 Measuring mode = PULSATING FLOW
2 Measuring mode = SYMMETRY (bidirectional)
3 Measuring mode = STANDARD
4 Counting mode, totalizer = BALANCE (forward and reverse flow)
5 Counting mode, totalizer = forward
6 Counting mode, totalizer = reverse
7 Signal input (current or status input)
8 Icon for volume flow
9 Icon for mass flow
10 Batching quantity upwards
11 Batching quantity downwards
12 Batching quantity
13 Total batching quantity
14 Batch counter (x times)
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Controlling the batching processes using the local display
With measuring instruments with suitable software, you can carry out batching proc-
esses directly using the local display. Therefore, the Promass 83 can be fully deployed
in the field as a “batch controller”.
Procedure:
1. Configure all the required batching functions and assign the lower display info line
(= BATCHING KEYS) using the “Batch” Quick Setup menu or use the function
matrix. The following “softkeys” then appear on the bottom line of the local display
(Fig. 24):
– START = left display key (–)
– PRESET = middle display key (+)
– MATRIX = right display key (E)
2. Press the “PRESET (+)” key. Various batching process functions requiring configu-
ration will now appear on the display:
3. After exiting the PRESET menu, you can now start the batching process by press-
ing “START (–)”. New softkeys (STOP / HOLD or GO ON) now appear on the display.
You can use these to interrupt, continue or stop the batching process at any time
(Fig. 24):
STOP (–) Stop batching process
HOLD (+) Interrupts batching process (softkey changes to “GO ON”)
GO ON (+) Continues batching process (softkey changes to “HOLD”)
After the batch quantity is reached, the “START” or “PRESET” softkeys reappear on
the display.
Fig. 24: Controlling batching processes using the local display (softkeys)
“PRESET” Initial settings for the batching process
No. Function Settings
7200 BATCH SELECTOR OS Selection of the batching liquid
(BATCH #1...6)
7203 BATCH QUANTITY Displays the appropriate batching quantity.
7265 RESET TOTAL
BATCH SUM/COUNTER
Resets the batching quantity counter or the total batching
quantity to “0”.
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5.2 Brief operating instructions to the function matrix
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Note:
- See the general notes on Page 36.
- Function descriptions see the “Description of Device Functions” manual
1. HOME position F Enter the function matrix
2. Select a block (e.g. OUTPUTS)
3. Select a group (e.g. CURRENT OUTPUT 1)
4. Select a function group (e.g. SETTINGS)
5. Select a function (e.g. TIME CONSTANT)
Change parameter / enter numerical values:
OS select or enter: enable code, parameters, numerical values
F save your entries
6. Exit the function matrix:
– Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than 3 seconds HOME position
– Repeatedly press Esc key (X) return step by step to HOME position
Fig. 25: Selecting functions and configuring parameters (function matrix)
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General notes
The Quick Setup menu (see Page 54) contains the default settings that are adequate for
commissioning.
Complex measuring operations on the other hand necessitate additional functions that
you can configure as necessary and customise to suit your process parameters. The
function matrix, therefore, comprises a multiplicity of additional functions which, for the
sake of clarity, are arranged on a number of menu levels (blocks, groups, and function
groups).
Comply with the following instructions when configuring functions:
- You select functions as described on Page 35. Each cell in the function matrix is iden-
tified by a numerical or letter code on the display.
- You can switch off certain functions (OFF). If you do so, related functions in other
function groups will no longer be displayed.
- Certain functions prompt you to confirm your data entries. Press OS to select “SURE
[ YES ]” and press F again to confirm. This saves your setting or starts a function, as
applicable.
- Return to the HOME position is automatic if no key is pressed for 5 minutes.
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Note:
- The transmitter continues to measure while data entry is in progress, i.e. the currently
measured values are output via the signal outputs in the normal way.
- If the power supply fails all preset and parameterised values remain safely stored in
the EEPROM.
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Caution:
All functions are described in detail, as is the function matrix itself, in the “Description
of Device Functions” manual, which is a separate part of these Operating Instructions.
Enabling the programming mode
The function matrix can be disabled. Disabling the function matrix rules out the possi-
bility of inadvertent changes to device functions, numerical values or factory settings.
A numerical code (factory setting = 83) has to be entered before settings can be
changed.
If you use a code number of your choice, you exclude the possibility of unauthorised
persons accessing data ( see the “Description of Device Functions” manual).
Comply with the following instructions when entering codes:
- If programming is disabled and the OS keys are pressed in any function, a prompt
for the code automatically appears on the display.
- If “0” is entered as the customer's code, programming is always enabled.
- The E+H service organisation can be of assistance if you mislay your personal code.
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Caution:
Changing certain parameters such as all sensor characteristics, for example, influences
numerous functions of the entire measuring system, particularly measuring accuracy.
There is no need to change these parameters under normal circumstances and conse-
quently, they are protected by a special code known only to the E+H service organisa-
tion. Please contact Endress+Hauser if you have any questions.
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Disabling the programming mode
Programming mode is disabled if you do not press a key within 60 seconds following
automatic return to the HOME position.
You can also disable programming in the “ACCESS CODE” function by entering any
number (other than the customer's code).
5.3 Error messages
Type of error
Errors that occur during commissioning or measuring are displayed immediately. If two
or more system or process errors occur, the error with the highest priority is the one
shown on the display.
The measuring system distinguishes between two types of error:
- System error: This group includes all device errors, e.g. communication errors,
hardware errors, etc. Page 82
- Process error: This group includes all application errors, e.g. fluid not homogeneous,
etc. Page 89
Fig. 26: Error messages on the display (example)
1 Error type: P = process error, S = system error
2 Error message type: $ = fault message, ! = notice message
3 Error designation: e.g. FLUID INHOM. = fluid is not homogeneous
4 Error number: e.g. # 702
5 Duration of most recent error occurrence (in hours, minutes and seconds)
Error message type
Users have the option of weighting system and process errors differently, by defining
them as “Fault messages” or “Notice messages”. You can define messages in this
way with the aid of the function matrix (see the “Description of Device Functions” man-
ual).
Serious system errors, e.g. module defects, are always identified and classed as “fault
messages” by the measuring device.
Notice message (!)
- Displayed as Exclamation mark (!), error designation (S: system error, P: process
error).
- The error in question has no effect on the inputs or outputs of the measuring device.
Fault message ( $)
- Displayed as Lightning flash ( $), error designation (S: system error, P: process
error).
- The error in question has a direct effect on the inputs or outputs.
The response of the inputs or outputs (failsafe mode) can be defined by means of
functions in the function matrix (see Page 92).
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Note:
- Error conditions can be output via the relay outputs
- If an error message occurs, an upper or lower signal level for the breakdown informa-
tion according to NAMUR 43 can be output via the current output.
Confirming error messages
For the sake of plant and process safety, the measuring device can be configured in
such a way that fault messages ($) always have to be rectified and acknowledged
locally by pressing F . Only then do the error messages disappear from the display.
This option can be switched on or off by means of the “ACKNOWLEDGE FAULT
MESSAGES” function (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual).
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- Fault messages ($) can also be reset and confirmed via the status input.
- Notice messages (!) do not require acknowledgment. Note, however, that they remain
visible until the cause of the error has been rectified.
5.4 Communication (HART)
In addition to local operation, the measuring device can be configured and measured
values can be obtained by means of the HART protocol. Digital communication takes
place using the 4–20 mA current output HART (see Page 28).
The HART protocol allows the transfer of measuring and device data between the HART
master and the field devices for configuration and diagnostics purposes. The HART
master, e.g. a handheld terminal or PC-based operating programs (such as FieldTool),
require device description (DD) files which are used to access all the information in a
HART device.
Information is exclusively transferred using so-called “commands”. There are three dif-
ferent command groupes:
Universal commands:
All HART device support and use universal commands. The following functionalities are
linked to them:
- Recognizing HART devices
- Reading digital measured values (volume flow, totalizer, etc.)
Common practice commands:
Common practice commands offer functions which are supported and can be executed
by most but not all field devices.
Device-specific commands:
These commands allow access to device-specific functions which are not HART stand-
ard. Such commands access individual field device information, amongst other things,
such as empty/full pipe calibration values, creepage settings, etc.
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Promass 83 has access to all three command classes. On Page 41, you will find a list
with all the supported “Universal Commands” and “Common Practice Commands”.
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5.4.1 Operating options
For the complete operation of the measuring device, including device-specific com-
mands, there are DD files available to the user to provide the following operating aids
and programs:
HART Communicator DXR 275
Selecting device functions with a HART Communicator is a process involving a number
of menu levels and a special HART function matrix. The HART manual in the carrying
case of the HART Communicator contains more detailed information on the device.
FieldTool operating program
FieldTool is a universal service and configuration software package designed for the
PROline measuring devices. Connection is by means of a HART-Modem, e.g. Com-
mubox FXA 191.
The functionality of FieldTool includes the following:
- Configuration of device functions
- Visualization of measuring values (including data logging)
- Data backup of device parameters
- Advanced device diagnosis
- Measuring-point documentation
You can find more information on FieldTool in the following E+H document:
System Information: SI 031D/06/en “FieldTool”
Other operating programs
- Operating program “AMS” (Fisher Rosemount)
- Operating program “SIMATIC PDM” (Siemens)
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- The HART protocol requires the “4…20 mA HART” or “4-20 mA (25 mA) HART” setting
in the CURRENT SPAN function (current output 1).
- HART write protection can be disabled or enabled by means of a jumper on the
I/O board Page 52.
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5.4.2 Device and process variables
Device variables:
The following device variables are available using the HART protocol:
Process variables:
At the factory, the process variables are assigned to the following device variables:
- Primary process variable (PV) Mass flow
- Second process variable (SV) Totalizer 1
- Third process variable (TV) Density
- Fourth process variable (FV) Temperature
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You can set or change the assignment of device variables to process variables using
Command 51 (see Page 45).
Code (decimal) Device variable
0 OFF (unassigned)
2 Mass flow
5 Volume flow
6 Corrected volume flow
7 Density
8 Reference density
9 Temperature
250 Totalizer 1
251 Totalizer 2
252 Totalizer 3
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5.4.3 Universal / Common practice HART commands
The following table contains all the universal and common practice commands sup-
ported by Promass 83.
Command No.
HART command / Access type
Command data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Response data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Universal Commands
0 Read unique device identifier
Access type = read
none Device identification delivers information on the
device and the manufacturer. It cannot be
changed.
The response consists of a 12 byte device ID:
– Byte 0: fixed value 254
– Byte 1: Manufacturer ID, 17 = E+H
– Byte 2: Device type ID, 81 = Promass 83
– Byte 3: Number of preambles
– Byte 4: Universal commands rev. no.
– Byte 5: Device-specific commands rev. no.
– Byte 6: Software revision
– Byte 7: Hardware revision
– Byte 8: Additional device information
– Bytes 9-11: Device identification
1 Read primary process
variable
Access type = read
none – Byte 0: HART unit code of the primary proc-
ess variable
– Bytes 1-4: Primary process variable
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
! Note!
• You can set the assignment of device varia-
bles to process variables using Command
51.
• Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
2 Read the primary process
variable as current in mA and
percentage of the set meas-
uring range
Access type = read
none – Bytes 0-3: actual current of the primary
process variable in mA
– Bytes 4-7: Percentage of the set measuring
range
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
! Note!
You can set the assignment of device variables
to process variables using Command 51.
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variable as current in mA and
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51) dynamic process varia-
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Access type = read
none 24 bytes are sent as a response:
– Bytes 0-3: primary process variable current
in mA
– Byte 4: HART unit code of the primary proc-
ess variable
– Bytes 5-8: Primary process variable
– Byte 9: HART unit code of the second
process variable
– Bytes 10-13: Second process variable
– Byte 14: HART unit code of the third process
variable
– Bytes 15-18: Third process variable
– Byte 19: HART unit code of the fourth
process variable
– Bytes 20-23: Fourth process variable
Factory setting:
• Primary process variable = Mass flow
• Second process variable = Totalizer 1
• Third process variable = Density
• Fourth process variable = Temperature
! Note!
• You can set the assignment of device varia-
bles to process variables using Command
51.
• Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
6 Set HART shortform address
Access type = write
Byte 0: desired address (0...15)
Factory setting:
0
! Note!
With an address >0 (multidrop mode), the cur-
rent output of the primary process variable is
set to 4 mA.
Byte 0: active address
11 Read unique device identifi-
cation using the TAG (meas-
uring point designation)
Access type = read
Bytes 0-5: TAG Device identification delivers information on the
device and the manufacturer. It cannot be
changed.
The response consists of a 12 byte device ID if
the given TAG agrees with the one saved in the
device:
– Byte 0: fixed value 254
– Byte 1: Manufacturer ID, 17 = E+H
– Byte 2: Device type ID, 81 = Promass 83
– Byte 3: Number of preambles
– Byte 4: Universal commands rev. no.
– Byte 5: Device-specific commands rev. no.
– Byte 6: Software revision
– Byte 7: Hardware revision
– Byte 8: Additional device information
– Bytes 9-11: Device identification
12 Read user message
Access type = read
none Bytes 0-24: User message
! Note!
You can write the user message using
Command 17.
Command No.
HART command / Access type
Command data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Response data
(numeric data in decimal form)
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13 Read TAG, descriptor and
date
Access type = read
none – Bytes 0-5: TAG
– Bytes 6-17: descriptor
– Bytes 18-20: Date
! Note!
You can write the TAG, descriptor and date
using Command 18.
14 Read sensor information on
primary process variable
none – Bytes 0-2: Sensor serial number
– Byte 3: HART unit code of sensor limits and
measuring range of the primary process
variable
– Bytes 4-7: Upper sensor limit
– Bytes 8-11: Lower sensor limit
– Bytes 12-15: Minimum span
! Note!
• The data relate to the primary process
variable (= Mass flow).
• Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
15 Read output information of
primary process variable
Access type = read
none – Byte 0: Alarm selection ID
– Byte 1: Transfer function ID
– Byte 2: HART unit code for the set measuring
range of the primary process variable
– Bytes 3-6: End of measuring range, value for
20 mA
– Bytes 7-10: Start of measuring range, value
for 4 mA
– Bytes 11-14: Attenuation constant in [s]
– Byte 15: Write protection ID
– Byte 16: OEM dealer ID, 17 = E+H
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
! Note!
• You can set the assignment of device varia-
bles to process variables using Command
51.
• Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
16 Read the device production
number
Access type = read
none Bytes 0-2: Production number
17 Write user message
Access = write
You can save any 32-character long text in the
device under this parameter:
Bytes 0-23: Desired user message
Displays the current user message in the
device:
Bytes 0-23: Current user message in the device
18 Write TAG, descriptor and
date
Access = write
With this parameter, you can store an 8 charac-
ter TAG, a 16 character descriptor and a date:
– Bytes 0-5: TAG
– Bytes 6-17: descriptor
– Bytes 18-20: Date
Displays the current information in the device:
– Bytes 0-5: TAG
– Bytes 6-17: descriptor
– Bytes 18-20: Date
Command No.
HART command / Access type
Command data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Response data
(numeric data in decimal form)
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Common Practice Commands
34 Write damping value for
primary process variable
Access = write
Bytes 0-3: Damping value of the primary
process variable in seconds
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
Displays the current damping value in the
device:
Bytes 0-3: Damping value in seconds
35 Write measuring range of
primary process variable
Access = write
Write the desired measuring range:
– Byte 0: HART unit code of the primary
process variable
– Bytes 1-4: upper range, value for 20 mA
– Bytes 5-8: lower range, value for 4 mA
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
! Note!
• You can set the assignment of device varia-
bles to process variables using Command
51.
• If the HART unit code is not the correct one
for the process variable, the device will con-
tinue with the last valid unit.
The currently set measuring range is displayed
as a response:
– Byte 0: HART unit code for the set measuring
range of the primary process variable
– Bytes 1-4: upper range, value for 20 mA
– Bytes 5-8: lower range, value for 4 mA
! Note!
Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
38 Device status reset (Configu-
ration changed)
Access = write
none none
40 Simulate output current of
primary process variable
Access = write
Simulation of the desired output current of the
primary process variable. An entry value of 0
exits the simulation mode:
Bytes 0-3: Output current in mA
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
! Note!
You can set the assignment of device variables
to process variables using Command 51.
The momentary output current of the primary
process variable is displayed as a response:
Bytes 0-3: Output current in mA
42 Perform master reset
Access = write
none none
44 Write unit of primary process
variable
Access = write
Set unit of primary process variable. Only unit
which are suitable for the process variable are
transferred to the device:
Byte 0: HART unit code
Factory setting:
Primary process variable = Mass flow
! Note!
• If the written HART unit code is not the cor-
rect one for the process variable, the device
will continue with the last valid unit.
• If you change the unit of the primary process
variable, this has no impact on the system
units.
The current unit code of the primary process
variable is displayed as a response:
Byte 0: HART unit code
! Note!
Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
Command No.
HART command / Access type
Command data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Response data
(numeric data in decimal form)
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48 Read additional device
status
Access = read
none The device status is displayed in extended form
as the response:
Coding: see table on Page 47
50 Read assignment of the
device variables to the four
process variables
Access = read
none Display of the current variable assignment of
the process variables:
– Byte 0: Device variable code to the primary
process variable
– Byte 1: Device variable code to the second
process variable
– Byte 2: Device variable code to the third
process variable
– Byte 3: Device variable code to the fourth
process variable
Factory setting:
• Primary process variable: Code 1 for mass
flow
• Second process variable: Code 250 for
totalizer 1
• Third process variable: Code 2 for density
• Fourth process variable: Code 0 for
temperature
! Note!
You can set or change the assignment of
device variables to process variables using
Command 51.
51 Write assignments of the
device variables to the four
process variables
Access = write
Setting of the device variables to the four
process variables:
– Byte 0: Device variable code to the primary
process variable
– Byte 1: Device variable code to the second
process variable
– Byte 2: Device variable code to the third
process variable
– Byte 3: Device variable code to the fourth
process variable
Code of the supported device variables:
See data on Page 40
Factory setting:
• Primary process variable = Mass flow
• Second process variable = Totalizer 1
• Third process variable = Density
• Fourth process variable = Temperature
The variable assignment of the process varia-
bles is displayed as a response:
– Byte 0: Device variable code to the primary
process variable
– Byte 1: Device variable code to the second
process variable
– Byte 2: Device variable code to the third
process variable
– Byte 3: Device variable code to the fourth
process variable
Command No.
HART command / Access type
Command data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Response data
(numeric data in decimal form)
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53 Write device variable unit
Access = write
This command set the unit of the given device
variables. Only those units which suit the device
variable are transferred:
– Byte 0: Device variable code
– Byte 1: HART unit code
Code of the supported device variables:
See data on Page 40
! Note!
• If the written unit is not the correct one for the
device variable, the device will continue with
the last valid unit.
• If you change the unit of the device variable,
this has no impact on the system units.
The current unit of the device variables is dis-
played in the device as a response:
– Byte 0: Device variable code
– Byte 1: HART unit code
! Note!
Manufacturer-specific units are represented
using the HART unit code “240”.
59 Write number of preambles in
response message
Access = write
This parameter sets the number of preambles
which are inserted in the response messages:
Byte 0: Number of preambles (2...20)
As a response, the current number of the pre-
ambles is displayed in the response message:
Byte 0: Number of preambles
Command No.
HART command / Access type
Command data
(numeric data in decimal form)
Response data
(numeric data in decimal form)
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5.4.4 Device status / Error messages
You can read the extended device status, in this case, current error messages, via Com-
mand “48”. The command delivers information which are partly coded in bits (see table
below).
!
Note!
You can find a detailed explanation of the device status and error messages and their
elimination on Page 82 ff.
Byte Bit Error No. Short error description ( Page 82 ff. )
0
0 001 Serious device error
1 011 Measuring amplifier has faulty EEPROM
2 012 Error when accessing data of the measuring amplifier EEPROM
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
1
0 not assigned –
1 031 S-DAT: defective or missing
2 032 S-DAT: Error accessing saved values
3 041 T-DAT: defective or missing
4 042 T-DAT: Error accessing saved values
5 051 I/O board and the amplifier board are not compatible.
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
2
0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
3
0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 111 Totalizer checksum error
4 121 I/O board and the amplifier board (software versions) are not
compatible.
5 not assigned –
6 205 T-DAT: Data download not successful
7 206 T-DAT: Data upload not successful
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0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 not assigned –
4 261 No data reception between amplifier and I/O board
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
5
0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 339
Flow buffer:
The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pul-
sating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds.
6
0 340
1 341
2 342
3 343
Frequency buffer:
The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pul-
sating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds.
4 344
5 345
6 346
7 347
Pulse buffer:
The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pul-
sating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds.
7
0 348
1 349
2 350
3 351
Current output: flow is out of range.
4 352
5 353
6 354
7 355
Frequency output: flow is out of range.
8
0 356
1 357
2 358
3 359
Pulse output: the pulse output frequency is out of range.
4 360
5 361
6 362
7 not assigned –
Byte Bit Error No. Short error description ( Page 82 ff. )
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0 379
The measuring tube oscillation frequency is outside the permitted
range.
1 380
2 381
The temperature sensor on the measuring tube is likely defective.
3 382
4 383
The temperature sensor on the carrier tube is likely defective.
5 384
6 385
One of the measuring tube exciter coils (inlet or outlet) is likely
defective.
7 386
10
0 387
1 388
Amplifier error 2 389
3 390
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
11
0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 471 Max. permitted batching time has been exceeded.
7 472 Underbatching: the minimum quantity was not reached.
Overbatching: the maximum permitted batching quantity was
exceeded.
12
0 473 The predefined batch quantity point was exceeded.
End of filling process approaching.
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 501 New amplifier software version is loaded.
Currently no other commands are possible.
Byte Bit Error No. Short error description ( Page 82 ff. )
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0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 571 Batching process in progress (valves are open)
3 572 Batching process has been stopped (valves are closed)
4 not assigned –
5 586 The fluid properties do not allow a continuation of the
measurement.
6 587 Extreme process conditions exist.
The measuring system can therefore not be started.
7 588 Overdriving of the internal analog to digital converter.
A continuation of the measurement is no longer possible!
14
0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 601 Positive zero return active
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 611
Simulation current output active
15
0 612
1 613
2 614
3 621
Simulation frequency output active
4 622
5 623
6 624
7 631
Simulation pulse output active
16
0 632
1 633
2 634
3 641
Simulation status output active
4 642
5 643
6 644
7 651 Simulation relay output active
Byte Bit Error No. Short error description ( Page 82 ff. )
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0 652 Simulation relay output active
1 653 Simulation relay output active
2 654 Simulation relay output active
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 671
Simulation status input active
18
0 672
1 673
2 674
3 691 Simulation of response to error (outputs) active
4 692 Simulation of volume flow active
5 not assigned –
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
19
0 700 The process fluid density is outside the upper or lower limit values
set in the “EPD” function
1 701 The maximum current value for the measuring tube exciter coils
has been reached, since certain process fluid characteristics are
extreme.
2 702 Frequency control is not stable, due to inhomogeneous fluid.
3 703
Overdriving of the internal analog to digital converter.
A continuation of the measurement is still possible!
4 704
5 705 The electronics' measuring range will be exceeded.
The mass flow is too high.
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
20
0 not assigned –
1 not assigned –
2 not assigned –
3 not assigned –
4 not assigned –
5 731 The zero point adjustment is not possible or has been cancelled.
6 not assigned –
7 not assigned –
Byte Bit Error No. Short error description ( Page 82 ff. )
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5.4.5 Switching HART write protection on and off
A jumper on the I/O board provides the means of switching HART write protection on or
off.
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Warning:
Risk of electric shock. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Make sure that
the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics com-
partment.
1. Switch off power supply.
2. Remove the I/O board see Page 95, 97
3. Switch HART write protection on or off, as applicable, by means of the jumper
(Fig. 27).
4. Installation of the I/O board is the reverse of the removal procedure.
Fig. 27: Switching HART write protection on and off (I/O board)
1 Write protection OFF (default), that is: HART protocol unlocked
2 Write protection ON, that is: HART protocol locked
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6 Commissioning
6.1 Function check
Make sure that all final checks have been completed before you start up your measuring
point:
- Checklist for “Post installation check” Page 22
- Checklist for “Post connection check” Page 30
6.2 Commissioning
6.2.1 Switching on the measuring device
Once the function checks have been successfully completed, it is time to switch on the
power supply. The device is now operational.
The measuring device performs a number of power on self-tests. As this procedure
progresses the following sequence of messages appears on the local display:
Normal measuring mode commences as soon as start-up completes. Various measured
value and/or status variables appear on the display (HOME position).
!
Note:
If start-up fails, an error message indicating the cause is displayed.
PROMASS 83
START-UP
RUNNING
Start-up message
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PROMASS 83
SW AMPLIFIER
V XX.XX.XX
Current software version
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CURRENT OUTPUT
FREQUENCY OUTPUT
RELAY
STATUS INPUT
List of installed input/output modules
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SYSTEM OK
OPERATION
Beginning of normal measuring mode
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6.2.2 Quick Setup “Commissioning”
This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all
the major device functions that have to be configured for standard measuring operation.
Fig. 28: Quick Setup menu for straightforward configuration of the major device functions
!
Note:
The Quick Setup “Commissioning” has to be executed before one of the following Quick
Setups is carried out.
0420 0400
6461
0421 6462
6463
6464
4200
4221
4222
4223
4225
4227
4226
4000
4001
4002
4004
4006
4003
4005
4201
4203
4204
4206
4208
4209
4205
4207
0422
6460 3001 3001
0404 0402
2000
1002 B
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Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No

Configure another system unit ?

Current output n Freq./Pulse output n
Selection output type
Automatic configuration of display ?
Carrying out another Quick Setup ?
Quit
Assign
Current output
Current span
Value 0/4 mA
Value 20 mA
Meas. mode Meas. mode
Meas. mode
Time constant
Time constant Failsafe mode
Failsafe mode
Failsafe mode
Assign
Freq. output
End value freq.
Value F Low
Value F High
Output signal
Assign
Pulse output
Pulse value
Pulse width
Output signal
Operation Mode
Frequency Pulse
Automatic parameterization of the display
Reference Calculated
Fix. Density
Density
Unit
Ref. Density
Exp. Coeff. Lin
Exp. Coeff. SQR
Reference temp.

Volume flow Corr. Vol. flow Mass flow Density
Selection system units
Temperature Quit
Unit
Volume flow
Unit
Corr. Vol. flow
Unit
Mass flow
Unit
Density
Unit
Temperature
Unit
Totalizer
Corr. Vol.
calculation
Unit
Totalizer
Language
Defaults
Quick Setup
HOME-POSITION
QS
Commission
Pulsating flow Gas measurement

Configure another output ?
Carrying out the selected Quick Setup
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6.2.3 Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow”
Certain types of pump such as reciprocating, peristaltic and cam-type pumps, for
example, create a flow characterised by severe periodic fluctuations (Fig. 29). Negative
flows can occur with pumps of these types on account of the closing volume of the
valves or valve leaks.
!
Note:
Before carrying out the Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow” the Quick Setup “Commissioning”
(see Page 54) has to be executed.
Fig. 29: Flow characteristics of various types of pump
A = With severely pulsating flow
B = With slightly pulsating flow
1 1-cylinder cam pump
2 2-cylinder cam pump
3 Magnetic pump
4 Peristaltic pump, flexible connecting hose
5 Multi-cylinder reciprocating pump
Severely pulsating flow
Once several device functions have been configured in the “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup
menu, flow fluctuations of this nature can be compensated over the entire flow range
and pulsating fluid flows measured correctly. You will find detailed instructions on how
to use this Quick Setup menu on Page 56.
!
Note:
It is always advisable to work through the “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup menu if there is
any uncertainty about the exact flow characteristic.
Slightly pulsating flow
If flow fluctuations are no more than minor, as is the case, for example with gear-type,
three-cylinder or multi-cylinder pumps, it is not absolutely necessary to work through
the Quick Setup menu.
In cases of this nature, however, it is advisable to adapt the functions listed below in the
function matrix (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual) to suit local process
conditions in order to ensure a stable, unvarying output signal:
- Measuring system damping: FLOW DAMPING function increase the value
- Current output damping: TIME CONSTANT function increase the value
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x
x
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Performing the “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup
This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all
the device functions that have to be parameterised and configured for measuring pul-
sating flows. Note that this has no effect on values configured beforehand, such as
measuring range, current range or full scale value.
Fig. 30: Quick Setup for measuring severely pulsating flows
Recommended settings see next page
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4200
4225
8005
6400
6402
6403
6404
4206
4208
4004
4005
B
2002
1003
Yes
Yes
No
No
➁ Configure another totalizer ?

Current output n Freq.-/Puse output n
Selection of output type
Quit

Totalizer 2 Totalizer 1 Totalizer 3
Selection totalizer
Quit
Totalizer
mode (DAA)
Totalizer
mode (DAB)
Totalizer
mode (DAC)
Frequency Pulse
Operation mode
Measuring mode
Alarm delay
Assign
LF-Cut off
On-value
LF-Cut off
Off-value
LF-Cut off
Pressure
shock suppression
Quit
Quick Setup
Measuring mode
Time constant
Measuring mode
Time constant
Quick Setup
HOME-POSITION
Display
damping
QS
Plusating Flow
➃ Configure another output ?
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“Pulsating flow” Quick Setup menu
HOME position F MEASURED VARIABLE
MEASURED VARIABLE O QUICK SETUP
QUICK SETUP N QS PULSATING FLOW
Function No. Function name Setting to select ( OS )
1003 QS PULSATING FLOW YES
After F is pressed by way of confirma-
tion, the Quick Setup menu calls up all
the subsequent functions in succession.
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Basic configuration
2002 DISPLAY DAMPING 1 s
3002 TOTALIZER MODE (DAA) BALANCE (Totalizer 1)
3002 TOTALIZER MODE (DAB) BALANCE (Totalizer 2)
3002 TOTALIZER MODE (DAC) BALANCE (Totalizer 3)
Signal type for “CURRENT OUTPUT 1...n”
4004 MEASURING MODE PULSATING FLOW
4005 TIME CONSTANT 1 s
Signal type for “PULSE/FREQ. OUTPUT 1...n” (for FREQUENCY operating mode)
4206 MEASURING MODE PULSATING FLOW
4208 TIME CONSTANT 0 s
Signal type for “PULSE/FREQ. OUTPUT 1...n” (for PULSE operating mode)
4225 MEASURING MODE PULSATING FLOW
Other settings
8005 ALARM DELAY 0 s
6400 ASSIGN LOW FLOW CUTOFF MASS FLOW
6402 ON-VALUE LOW FLOW CUT OFF Setting depends on diameter:
DN 1 = 0.02 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 2 = 0.10 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 4 = 0.45 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 8 = 2.0 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 15 = 6.5 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 15* = 18 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 25 = 18 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 25* = 45 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 40 = 45 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 40* = 70 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 50 = 70 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 80 = 180 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 100 = 350 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
DN 150 = 650 [kg/h] resp. [l/h]
* DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions
of Promass I
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6403 OFF-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF 50%
6404 PRESSURE SHOCK SUPPRESSION 0 s
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Back to the HOME position
Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.
Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) exit the function matrix step by step
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6.2.4 Quick Setup “Batching”
This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all
the device functions that have to be parameterised and configured for batching opera-
tion. These basic settings allow simple (one step) batching processes.
Additional settings, e.g. for the calculation of after runs or for multi-stage batching
procedures, must be made via the function matrix itself (see the “Description of Device
Functions” manual).
!
Note!
- Before carrying out the Quick Setup “Batching” the Quick Setup “Commissioning”
(see Page 54) has to be executed.
- This function is only available when the additional “batching” software is installed in
the measuring device (order option). You can order this software from E+H as an
accessory at a later date (see Page 79).
- You can find detailed information on the batching functions in the separate “Descrip-
tion of Device Functions” manual.
- You can also directly control filling process using the local display. During Quick
Setup, an appropriate dialog appears concerning the automatic display configura-
tion. Exit this by clicking “YES”.
This assigns special batching functions (START, PRESET, MATRIX) to the bottom line
of the display. These can be directly executed on-site using the three operating keys
(–/+/E). Therefore, Promass 83 can be fully deployed in the field as a “batch controller”
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Caution!
The “Batching” Quick Setup sets certain device parameters for discontinuous measure-
ment operation. If the measuring instrument is used for continuous flow measurement at
a later time, we recommend at you rerun the “Commissioning” and/or “Pulsating Flow”
Quick Setup.
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Fig. 31: “Batching” Quick Setup for configuration of batching functions
Recommended settings see next page
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6603
6404
7200
7201
7203
7204
4700
4780
1005
7240
HOME-POSITION
ON-Value
Low flow cut off
Flow
damping
Pressure shock
suppression
Batch
Selector
Batch
Name
Batch
Quantity
Fix
Compensation Quantity
Assign
Relay
Terminal No.
Max. Batch
Time
QS
Batching/Dosing
YES NO
Batch
Supervision?
YES NO
Autom. Configuration
Display?
Locked Access Customer
PRESET
Batch quantity
Automatic parameterization
of the display
Quick Setup
Quit Quick Setup
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“Batching” Quick Setup menu
HOME position F MEASURED VARIABLE (A)
MEASURED VARIABLE O QUICK SETUP (B)
QUICK SETUP N QUICK SETUP BATCHING / DOSING (1005)
Function No. Function name Setting to select ( OS )
(Go to next function: press F )
1005 QUICK SETUP BATCHING / DOSING YES
After F is pressed by way of confirma-tion,
the Quick Setup menu calls up all the sub-
sequent functions in succession.
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! Warning:
Some of the functions listed below (with a grey background) are configured automatically, i.e. by the
measuring system.
6400 ASSIGN LOW FLOW CUTOFF MASS FLOW
6402 ON-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF see Table on Page 61
6403 OFF-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF 50%
6603 FLOW DAMPING 0 seconds
6404 PRESSURE SHOCK SUPPRESSION 0 seconds
7200 BATCH SELECTOR BATCH #1
7201 BATCH NAME BATCH #1
7202 ASSIGN BATCH VARIABLE MASS
7203 BATCH QUANTITY 0 [unit]
7204 FIX COMPENSATION QUANTITY 0 [unit]
7205 COMPENSATION MODE OFF
7208 BATCH STAGES 1
7209 INPUT FORMAT Value input
4700 ASSIGN RELAY BATCH VALVE 1
4780 TERMINAL NUMBER Output (display only)
7220 OPEN VALVE 1 0% or 0 [unit]
7240 MAXIMUM BATCH TIME 0 seconds (= switched off)
7241 MINIMUM BATCH QUANTITY 0
7242 MAXIMUM BATCH QUANTITY 0
2200 ASSIGN (main line) BATCH NAME
2220 ASSIGN (multiplex main line) OFF
2400 ASSIGN (addition line) BATCH DOWNWARDS
2420 ASSIGN (multiplex addition line) OFF
2600 ASSIGN (information line) BATCHING KEYS
2620 ASSIGN (multiplex information line) OFF
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Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.
Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) exit the function matrix step by step
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Nominal
diameter
Low flow cutoff / factory settings (v ~ 0.04 m/s)
[mm] SI units [kg/h] US units [lb/min]
1 0.08 0.003
2 0.40 0.015
4 1.80 0.066
8 8.00 0.300
15 26.00 1.000
15 FB * 72.00 2.600
25 72.00 2.600
25 FB * 180.00 6.600
40 180.00 6.600
40 FB * 300.00 11.000
50 300.00 11.000
80 720.00 26.000
100 1200.00 44.000
150 2600.00 95.000
* DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore version of Promass I
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6.2.5 Quick Setup “Gas Measurement”
Promass 83 is not only suitable for measuring liquid flow. Direct mass measurement
based on the Coriolis principle is also possible for measuring the flow rate of gases.
!
Note:
- Before carrying out the Quick Setup “Gas Measurement” the Quick Setup “Commis-
sioning” (see Page 54) has to be executed.
- Only mass and Corrected volume flow can be measured and output with the gas
measurement mode. Note that direct density and/or volume measurement is not
possible!
- The flow ranges and measuring accuracy that apply to gas measurement are not the
same as those for liquids.
- If Corrected volume flow (e.g. in Nm
3
/h) is to be measured and output instead of the
mass flow (e.g. in kg/h), change the setting for the CORRECTED VOLUME CALCU-
LATION function to “FIXED REFERENCE DENSITY” in the “Commissioning”
Quick Setup menu. Corrected volume flow can be assigned as follows:
– to a display line
– to the current output
– to the pulse/frequency output
Performing the “Gas Measurement” Quick Setup
This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all
the device functions that have to be parameterised and configured for gas measure-
ment.
Fig. 32: Quick Setup for measuring gases. Recommended settings see next page
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6402
6403
1004
HOME-POSITION
Assign
Low flow cut off
On-value
Low flow cut off
Off-value
Low flow cut off
QS
Gas measurement
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!
Note:
Quick Setup automatically deactivates the function EMPTY PIPE DETECTION (6420) so
that the instrument can measure flow at low gas pressures.
“Gas Measurement” Quick Setup menu
HOME position F MEASURED VARIABLE (A)
MEASURED VARIABLE O QUICK SETUP (B)
QUICK SETUP N QS GAS MEASUREMENT (1004)
Function No. Function name Setting to select ( OS )
(Go to next function: press F )
1004 QS GAS MEASUREMENT YES
After F is pressed by way of confirmation, the
Quick Setup menu calls up all the subsequent
functions in succession.
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6400 ASSIGNMENT
LOW FLOW CUTOFF
On account of the low mass flow involved when gas
flows are measured, it is advisable not use a low flow
cutoff.
Setting: OFF
6402 ON-VALUE
LOW FLOW CUTOFF
If the ASSIGNMENT LOW FLOW CUTOFF function
was not set to “OFF”, the following applies:
Setting: 0.0000 [unit]
User input: Flow rates for gas measurements are low,
so the value for the switch-on point (= low flow cutoff)
must be correspondingly low.
6403 OFF-VALUE
LOW FLOW CUTOFF
If the ASSIGNMENT LOW FLOW CUTOFF function
was not set to “OFF”, the following applies:
Setting: 50%
User input: Enter the switch-off point as a positive
hysteresis in %, referenced to the switch-on point.
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Back to the HOME position:
Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.
Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) exit the function matrix step by step
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6.2.6 Zero point adjustment
All Promass measuring devices are calibrated with state-of-the-art technology. The zero
point obtained in this way is printed on the nameplate. Calibration takes place under
reference operating conditions (see Page 105). Consequently, the zero point adjust-
ment is generally not necessary for Promass.
Experience shows that the zero point adjustment is advisable only in special cases:
- To achieve highest measuring accuracy also with very small flow rates.
- Under extreme process or operating conditions (e.g. very high process temperatures
or very high viscosity fluids).
Preconditions for a zero point adjustment
Note the following before you perform a zero point adjustment:
- A zero point adjustment can be performed only with fluids that contain no gas or solid
contents.
- Zero point adjustment is performed with the measuring tubes completely filled and at
zero flow (v = 0 m/s). This can be achieved, for example, with shut-off valves upstream
and/or downstream of the sensor or by using existing valves and gates (Fig. 33):
– Normal operation valves 1 and 2 open
– Zero point adjustment with pump pressure valve 1 open / valve 2 closed
– Zero point adjustment without pump pressure valve 1 closed / valve 2 open
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Caution:
- If the fluid is very difficult to measure (e.g. containing entrained solids or gas) it may
prove impossible to obtain a stable zero point despite repeated zero point adjust-
ments. In instances of this nature, please contact your E+H service center.
- You can view the currently valid zero point value using the “ZERO POINT” function
(see the “Description of Device Functions” manual).
Fig. 33: Zero point adjustment and shut-off valves
F
0
6
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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1
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0
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Performing a zero point adjustment
1. Operate the system until operating conditions have settled.
2. Stop the flow (v = 0 m/s).
3. Check the shut-off valves for leaks.
4. Check that operating pressure is correct.
5. Using the local display, select the “ZEROPOINT ADJUSTMENT” function in the
function matrix:
HOME F R BASIC FUNCTIONS
BASIC FUNCTIONS F R PROCESSPARAMETER
PROCESSPARAMETER F R ADJUSTMENT
ADJUSTMENT F ZEROPOINT ADJUSTMENT
6. When you press OS you are automatically prompted to enter the access code if
the function matrix is still disabled. Enter the code.
7. Use OS to select START and press F to confirm.
Select YES at the prompt and press F again to confirm.
Zero point adjustment now starts.
– The message “ZEROPOINT ADJUST RUNNING” appears on the display for
30...60 seconds while adjustment is in progress.
– If the flow in the pipe exceeds 0.1 m/s, the following error message appears on
the display: ZERO ADJUST NOT POSSIBLE.
– When the zero point adjustment completes, the “ZERO ADJUST.” function reap-
pears on the display.
8. Back to the HOME position:
– Press and hold down the Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.
– Repeatedly press and release the Esc key (X).
6.2.7 Density adjustment
It is advisable to perform a density adjustment when optimum measuring accuracy is
required for calculating density dependent values. The application may require a
1-point or 2-point density adjustment.
1-point density adjustment (with one fluid):
This type of density adjustment is necessary under the following circumstances:
- The sensor does not measure exactly the density value that the user expects on the
basis of laboratory analyses.
- The fluid properties are outside the measuring points set at the factory, or the
reference operating conditions used to calibrate the measuring device.
- The system is used exclusively to measure a fluid’s density which must be registered
to a high degree of accuracy under constant conditions.
Example: Brix density measurement for apple juice.
2-point density adjustment (with two fluids):
This type of adjustment is always to be carried out if the measuring tubes have been
mechanically altered by, e.g. material build-up, abrasion or corrosion. In such cases,
the resonant frequency of the measuring tubes has been affected by these factors and
is no longer compatible with the calibration data set at the factory.
The 2-point density adjustment allows for these mechanical changes and recalculates
new revised data.
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Performing a 1-point or 2-point density adjustment
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Caution:
- On-site density adjustment can be performed only if the user has detailed knowledge
of the fluid density, obtained for example from detailed laboratory analyses.
- The target density value specified in this way must not deviate from the measured fluid
density by more than ±10%.
- An error in defining the target density affects all calculated density and volume func-
tions.
- The 2-point density adjustment is only possible if both target density values are differ-
ent from each other by at least 0.2 kg/l.
- Density adjustment changes the factory density calibration values or the calibration
values set by the service technician.
1. Fill the sensor with fluid. Make sure that the measuring tubes are completely filled
and that liquids are free of gas bubbles.
2. Wait until the temperature difference between fluid and measuring tube has equal-
ised. The time you have to wait for equalisation depends on the fluid and the tem-
perature level.
3. Using the local display, select the “SETPOINT DENSITY” function in the function
matrix and perform density adjustment as follows:
HOME F R BASIC FUNCTIONS
BASIC FUNCTIONS F R PROCESSPARAMETER
PROCESSPARAMETER F R ADJUSTMENT
ADJUSTMENT N DENSITY SET VALUE
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Function No. Function name Setting to select ( OS)
(Go to next function: press F )
6480 DENSITY SET VALUE Use OS to select a 1- or 2-point adjustment.
! Note:
If the function matrix is still locked, then you are automati-
cally prompted to enter the access code when pressing the
OS keys. Enter the code.
6483 DENSITY SET
VALUE 1
Use OS to enter the target density of the first fluid and
press F to save this value (input range = actual density
value ±10%).
6484 MEASURE FLUID 1 Use OS to select START and press F . The message
“DENSITY MEASUREMENT RUNNING” appears on the dis-
play for approximately 10 seconds.
During this time Promass measures the current density of
the first fluid (measured density value).
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For 2-point density adjustment only:
6485 DENSITY SET
VALUE 2
Use OS to enter the target density of the second fluid and
press F to save this value (input range = actual density
value ±10%).
6486 MEASURE FLUID 2 Use OS to select START and press F . The message
“DENSITY MEASUREMENT RUNNING” appears on the dis-
play for approximately 10 seconds.
During this time Promass measures the current density of
the second fluid (measured density value).
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6487 DENSITY
ADJUSTMENT
Use OS to select DENSITY ADJUSTMENT and press F .
Promass compares the measured density value and the
target density value and calculates the new density coeffi-
cient.
6488 RESTORE ORIGINAL If the density adjustment does not complete correctly, you
can select the RESTORE ORIGINAL function to reactivate
the default density coefficient.
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Back to the HOME position:
Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.
Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) exit the function matrix step by step
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6.2.8 Concentration measurement
The Promass 83 determines three primary variables simultaneously:
- Mass flow
- Fluid density
- Fluid temperature
As standard, these measured variables allow other process variables to be calculated,
such as volume flow, reference density (density at reference temperature) and cor-
rected volume flow.
The optional software package “Concentration measurement” (F-Chip, accessories
Page 79) offers a multitude of additional density functions. Additional evaluation
methods are available in this way, especially for special density calculations in all types
of applications:
- calculating percentage contents, mass and volume flow in two-phase media (carrier
fluid and target fluid)
- converting density of the fluid into special density units, e.g. °Brix, °Baumé, °API, etc.
Concentration measurement with fixed calculation function
By means of the “DENSITY FUNCTION (7000)” function, you can select various density
functions (Fig. 34) which use a fixed specified calculation mode for calculating concen-
tration:
Density function Remarks
% MASS
% VOLUME
By using the functions for two-phase-media, it is possible to calculate the per-
centage mass or volume contents of the carrier fluid or the target fluid.
The basic equations (without temperature compensation) are:

D1 = density of carrier fluid (transporting liquid, e.g. water)
D2 = density of target fluid (material transported, e.g. lime powder or a second
liquefied material to be measured)
p = measured overall density
°BRIX Density unit used for the Food & Beverage industry which deals with the saccha-
rose content of aqueous solutions, e.g. for measuring solutions containing sugar
such as fruit juice, etc. The ICUMSA table for Brix units given on Page 69 is the
basis for calculations within Promass 83.
°BAUME This density unit or scale is mainly used for acidic solutions, e.g. ferric chloride
solutions. Two Baumé scales are used in practice:
• BAUME > 1 kg/l: for solutions heavier than water
• BAUME < 1 kg/l: for solutions lighter than water
°BALLING
°PLATO
A commonly used basis for calculating the fluid density in the brewery industry.
A fluid with a value of 1° BALLING (Plato) has the same density as a water/cane
sugar solution consisting of 1 kg cane sugar dissolved in 99 kg of water.
1° Balling (Plato) is thus 1% of the liquid weight.
%-BLACK LIQUOR The units of concentration used in the paper industry for black liquor in % by
mass. The formula used for the calculation is the same as for %-MASS.
°API °API (= American Petroleum Institute)
Density units specifically used in North America for liquefied oil products.
Mass [%]
D2 (7 D1) – b
7 (D2 D1) – b
--------------------------------- 100% b = Volume [%]
(7 D1) –
(D2 D1) –
------------------------- 100% b =
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Fig. 34: Selecting and configuring different density functions in the function matrix
Brixgrade (density of hydrous saccharose solution in kg/m
3
)
°Brix 10°C 20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C 70°C 80°C
0 999.70 998.20 995.64 992.21 988.03 983.19 977.76 971.78
5 1019.56 1017.79 1015.03 1011.44 1007.14 1002.20 996.70 989.65
10 1040.15 1038.10 1035.13 1031.38 1026.96 1021.93 1016.34 1010.23
15 1061.48 1059.15 1055.97 1052.08 1047.51 1042.39 1036.72 1030.55
20 1083.58 1080.97 1077.58 1073.50 1068.83 1063.60 1057.85 1051.63
25 1106.47 1103.59 1099.98 1095.74 1090.94 1085.61 1079.78 1073.50
30 1130.19 1127.03 1123.20 1118.80 1113.86 1108.44 1102.54 1096.21
+
+
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ESC
H
700
HAA
7000
7001
7002
7003
7004
7005
7006
7009
7007
7008
7007
7008
7009
Density
functions
Special
function
Configuration
Density
function
Selection
HOME
POSITION
Reference density
Carrier fluid
Expansion coeff. linear
Carrier fluid
Expansion coeff. sqr.
Carrier fluid
Reference density
Target fluid
Expansion coeff. linear
Target fluid
Expansion coeff. sqr.
Target fluid
Reference
temperature
% MASS
% VOLUME
° BRIX
° API
° BAUME
° PLATO
° BALLING
see separate
description
FLEXIBLE
Expansion
coefficient linear
Expansion
coefficient square
Expansion
coefficient linear
Expansion
coefficient square
Reference
temperature
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Concentration measurement with flexible calculation function
Under certain application conditions, it may not be possible to use density functions
with a fixed calculation function (% mass, °Brix, etc).
However, user-specific or application-specific concentration calculations can be used
with the “FLEXIBLE” setting in the function “DENSITY FUNCTION (7000)”.
The following types of calculation can be selected in function “MODE (7010)”:
- % MASS 3D
- % VOLUME 3D
- % MASS 2D
- % VOLUME 2D
- OTHER 3D
- OTHER 2D
Calculation type “% MASS 3D” or “% VOLUME 3D”
For this type of calculation, the relationship between the three variables – concentration,
density and temperature must be known (3-dimensional), e.g. by a table. In this way, the
concentration can be calculated from the measured density and temperature values by
means of the following formula (the coefficients A0, A1, etc. have to be determined
either by the user or by the FieldTool program):
C = A0 + A1 · p + A2 · p
2
+ A3 · p
3
+ A4 · p
4
+ B1 · T + B2 · T
2
+ B3 · T
3
C = Concentration
p = currently measured density
A0 = value from function COEFFICIENT A0 (7011)
A1 = value from function COEFFICIENT A1 (7012)
A2 = value from function COEFFICIENT A2 (7013)
A3 = value from function COEFFICIENT A3 (7014)
A4 = value from function COEFFICIENT A4 (7015)
B1 = value from function COEFFICIENT B1 (7016)
B2 = value from function COEFFICIENT B2 (7017)
B3 = value from function COEFFICIENT B3 (7018)
T = currently measured temperature in °C
35 1154.76 1151.33 1147.58 1142.71 1137.65 1132.13 1126.16 1119.79
40 1180.22 1176.51 1172.25 1167.52 1162.33 1156.71 1150.68 1144.27
45 1206.58 1202.61 1198.15 1193.25 1187.94 1182.23 1176.14 1169.70
50 1233.87 1229.64 1224.98 1219.93 1214.50 1208.70 1202.56 1196.11
55 1262.11 1257.64 1252.79 1247.59 1242.05 1236.18 1229.98 1223.53
60 1291.31 1286.61 1281.59 1276.25 1270.61 1264.67 1258.45 1251.88
65 1321.46 1316.56 1311.38 1305.93 1300.21 1294.21 1287.96 1281.52
70 1352.55 1347.49 1342.18 1336.63 1330.84 1324.80 1318.55 1312.13
75 1384.58 1379.38 1373.88 1368.36 1362.52 1356.46 1350.21 1343.83
80 1417.50 1412.20 1406.70 1401.10 1395.20 1389.20 1383.00 1376.60
85 1451.30 1445.90 1440.80 1434.80 1429.00 1422.90 1416.80 1410.50
Source: A. & L. Emmerich, Technical University of Brunswick; officially recommended by ICUMSA,
20th session 1990
Brixgrade (density of hydrous saccharose solution in kg/m
3
)
°Brix 10°C 20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C 70°C 80°C
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Example:
The following is a concentration table from a reference source.
!
Note:
The coefficients for the Promass 83 concentration algorithm should be determined with
the density in units of kg/liter, temperature in °C and concentration in decimal form (0.50,
not 50%). B1 and B2 need to be entered into the matrix positions 7016 and 7017 in
scientific notation as 10
-3
and 10
-6
respectively.
Assume:
Density (p): 870 kg/m³ 0.870 kg/l
Temperature (T): 20°C
Coefficients determined for table above:
A0 = -2.6057
A1 = 11.642
A2 = -8.8571
A3 = 0
A4 = 0
B1 = -2.7747·10
-3
B2 = -7.3469·10
-6
B3 = 0
Calculation:
C = A0 + A1 · p + A2 · p
2
+ A3 · p
3
+ A4 · p
4
+ B1 · T + B2 · T
2
+ B3 · T
3
= -2.6057 + 11.642 · 0.870 + (-8.8571) · 0.870
2
+ 0 · 0.870
3
+ 0 · 0.870
4
+ (-2.7747)·10
-3
· 20 + (-7.3469)·10
-6
· 20
2
+ 0 · 20
3
= 0.7604
= 76.04%
Temperature 10°C 15°C 20°C 25°C 30°C
Density
825 kg/m³ 93.6% 92.5% 91.2% 90.0% 88.7%
840 kg/m³ 89.3% 88.0% 86.6% 85.2% 83.8%
855 kg/m³ 84.4% 83.0% 81.5% 80.0% 78.5%
870 kg/m³ 79.1% 77.6% 76.1% 74.5% 72.9%
885 kg/m³ 73.4% 71.8% 70.2% 68.6% 66.9%
900 kg/m³ 67.3% 65.7% 64.0% 62.3% 60.5%
915 kg/m³ 60.8% 59.1% 57.3% 55.5% 53.7%
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Calculation type “% MASS 2D” or “% VOLUME 2D”
For this type of calculation, the relationship between the two variables concentration
and reference density must be known (2-dimensional), e.g. by a table. In this way, the
concentration can be calculated from the measured reference density by means of the
following formula (the coefficients A0, A1, etc. have to be determined either by the user
or by the FieldTool program):
C = A0 + A1 · p
ref
+ A2 · p
ref
2
+ A3 · p
ref
3
+ A4 · p
ref
4
C = Concentration
p
ref
= currently measured reference density
A0 = value from function COEFFICIENT A0 (7011)
A1 = value from function COEFFICIENT A1 (7012)
A2 = value from function COEFFICIENT A2 (7013)
A3 = value from function COEFFICIENT A3 (7014)
A4 = value from function COEFFICIENT A4 (7015)
!
Note!
Promass determines the reference density by means of the density and temperature
currently measured. To do so, both the reference temperature (function REFERENCE
TEMPERATURE) and the expansion coefficients (function EXPANSION COEFF. .....)
must be entered in the measuring system.
The parameters important for measuring the reference density can also be configured
directly via the “Commissioning” Quick Setup menu.
Calculation type “OTHER 3D” or “OTHER 2D”
With this option, users can enter a free selectable designation for their specific concen-
tration unit or target parameters (see function TEXT ARBITRARY CONCENTRATION
(0606)).
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6.2.9 Advanced diagnostic functions
Changes to the measuring system, e.g. coating build-up or corrosion and abrasion on
the measuring tubes can be detected at an early stage by means of the optional soft-
ware package “Advanced Diagnostics” (F-Chip, accessories Page 79). Normally,
these influences reduce the measuring accuracy of the system or may lead to serious
system errors.
By means of the diagnostic functions it is now possible to record various process and
device parameters during operation, e.g. mass flow, density/reference density, temper-
ature values, measuring tube damping etc.
By analysing the trend of these measured values, deviations of the measuring system
from a “reference status” can be detected in good time and corrective measures can
be taken.
Reference values as the basis for trend analysis
Reference values of the parameters in question must always be recorded for trend
analysis. These reference values are determined under reproducible, constant condi-
tions. Such reference values are initially recorded during calibration at the factory and
saved in the measuring device.
Reference data can also be ascertained under customer-specific process conditions,
e.g. during commissioning or at certain process stages (cleaning cycles, etc.).
Reference values are recorded and saved in the measuring system always by means of
the device function REFERENCE CONDITION USER (7401).
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Caution!
It is not possible to analyse the trend of process/device parameters without reference
values! Reference values can only be determined under constant, non-changing proc-
ess conditions.
Methods of ascertaining data
Process and device parameters can be recorded in two different ways which you can
define in the function ACQUISITION MODE (7410):
- “PERIODICAL” option: Measuring device acquires data periodically. Enter the desired
time interval by means of the function “ACQUISITION PERIODE (7411)”.
- “SINGLE SHOT” option: The user himself acquires the data manually at different, free
selectable periods.
Ensure that the process conditions always correspond to the reference status when
data is being recorded. It is only in this way that deviations from the reference status can
be clearly determined.
!
Note!
The last ten entries are retained in chronological order in the measuring system.
The “history” of such values can be called up via various functions:
Diagnosis
parameters
Data saved (per parameter)
Mass flow
Density
Reference density
Temperature
Meas. tube damping
Sensor symmetry
• Reference value “REFERENCE VALUE” function
• Lowest measured value “MINIMUM VALUE” function
• Highest measured value “MAXIMUM VALUE” function
• List of the last ten measured values “HISTORY 1” function
• Deviation measured/reference value “ACTUAL DEVIATION” function
! Note:
More detailed information can be found in the “Description of Device Functions” Manual.
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Triggering warning messages
If required, a limit value can be assigned to all the process/device parameters relevant
to the diagnostic functions. A warning message is triggered if this limit value is
exceeded function “WARNING MODE (7403)”.
The limit value is entered into the measuring system as an absolute (+/–) or relative
deviation from the reference value function “WARNING LEVEL (74...)”.
Deviations arising and recorded by the measuring system can also be output via the
current or relay outputs.
Data interpretation
The way the data recorded by the measuring system is interpreted depends largely on
the application in question. This means that users must have a very good knowledge of
their specific process conditions and the related deviation tolerances in the process,
which have to be determined by the users themselves in each individual case.
For example, when using the limit function it is especially important to know the mini-
mum and maximum deviation tolerances allowed. Otherwise there is the danger that a
warning message is triggered inadvertently during “normal” process fluctuations.
There can be various reasons for deviating from the reference status. The following table
provides examples and pointers for each of the six diagnosis parameters recorded:
Diagnosis
parameters
Possible reasons for deviation
Mass flow A deviation from the reference status indicates possible zero point shift.
Density A deviation from the reference status can be caused by a change in the meas-
uring tube resonance frequency, e.g. from deposits in the measuring tube,
corrosion or abrasion.
Reference density The reference density values can be interpreted in the same way as the
density values.
If the fluid temperature cannot be kept completely constant, you can analyse
the reference density (= density at a constant temperature, e.g. at 20 °C)
instead of the density.
Ensure that the parameters required for calculating the reference density have
been correctly configured (functions REFERENCE TEMPERATURE and
EXPANSION COEFF.).
Temperature Use this diagnosis parameter to check the functionality of the PT 100 tempera-
ture sensor.
Measuring tube
damping
A deviation from the reference status can be caused by a change in measur-
ing tube damping, e.g. from mechanical changes (coating build-up, corrosion,
abrasion).
Sensor symmetry Use this diagnosis parameter to determine whether the sensor signals are
symmetrical.
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6.2.10 Current output: active/passive
The current outputs are configured as “active” or “passive” by means of various jumpers
on the I/O board or the current submodule.
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Warning:
Risk of electric shock. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Make sure that
the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics com-
partment.
1. Switch off power supply.
2. Remove the I/O board Page 95, 97
3. Set the jumpers in accordance with Fig. 35.
" Caution:
– Risk of destroying the measuring device. Set the jumpers exactly as shown in
Fig. 35. Incorrectly set jumpers can cause overcurrents that would destroy either
the measuring device or external devices connected to it.
– Note that the position of the current submodule on the I/O board can vary,
depending on the version ordered, and that the terminal assignment in the
connection compartment of the transmitter varies accordingly Page 27.
4. Installation of the I/O board is the reverse of the removal procedure.
Fig. 35: Configuring current outputs with the aid of jumpers (I/O board)
1 Current output 1 with HART
1.1 Active current output (default)
1.2 Passive current output
2 Current output 2 (optional, plug-in module)
2.1 Active current output (default)
2.2 Passive current output
F
0
6
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x
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
1
6
-
x
x
-
0
6
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x
x
-
0
0
1
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6.2.11 Relay contacts: Normally closed/Normally open
The relay contact can be configured as normally open (NO or make) or normally closed
(NC or break) contacts by means of two jumpers on the relay submodule. This configu-
ration can be called up at any time with the “ACTUAL STATUS RELAY” function
(No. 4740).
#
Warning:
Risk of electric shock. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Make sure that
the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics com-
partment.
1. Switch off power supply.
2. Remove the I/O board Page 95, 97
3. Set the jumpers in accordance with Fig. 36.
" Caution:
– If you change the setting you must always change the positions of both jumpers.
– Note that the position of the relay submodule on the I/O board can vary, depend-
ing on the version ordered, and that the terminal assignment in the connection
compartment of the transmitter varies accordingly see Page 27.
4. Installation of the I/O board is the reverse of the removal procedure.
Fig. 36: Configuring relay contacts (NC / NO)
1 Configured as NO contact (default, relay 1)
2 Configured as NC contact (default, relay 2, if installed)
F
0
6
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x
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
1
6
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x
x
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0
6
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x
x
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0
0
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6.3 Purge and pressure monitoring connections
The sensor housing protects the inner electronics and mechanics and is filled with dry
nitrogen. Beyond that, up to a specified measuring pressure it additionally serves as
secondary containment.
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Warning:
For a process pressure above the specified containment pressure, the housing does not
serve as an additional secondary containment. In case a danger of measuring tube fail-
ure exists due to process characteristics, e.g. with corrosive process fluids, we recom-
mend the use of sensors whose housing is equipped with special pressure monitoring
connections (ordering option). With the help of these connections, fluid collected in the
housing in the event of tube failure can be drained off. This diminishes the danger of
mechanical overload of the housing, which could lead to a housing failure and accord-
ingly is connected with an increased danger potential. These connections can also be
used for gas purging (gas detection).
The following instructions apply to handling sensors with purge or pressure monitoring
connections:
- Do not open the purge connections unless the containment can be filled immediately
with a dry inert gas.
- Use only low gauge pressure to purge. Maximum pressure 5 bar.
6.4 Data storage device (DAT, F-Chip)
S-DAT (Sensor-DAT)
The S-DAT is an exchangeable data storage device in which all sensor relevant para-
meters are stored, i.e., diameter, serial number, calibration factor, zero point.
T-DAT (Transmitter-DAT)
The T-DAT is an exchangeable data storage device in which all transmitter parameters
and settings are stored.
Storing of specific parameter settings from the EEPROM to the T-DAT and vice versa has
to be carried out by the user (= manual save function). Detailed instructions regarding
this can be found in the handbook “Description of Device Functions” (function “T-DAT
SAVE/LOAD”, No. 1009).
F-Chip (Function-Chip)
The F-Chip is a microprocessor chip that contains additional software packages that
extend the functionality and application possibilities of the transmitter.
In the case of a later upgrade, the F-Chip can be ordered as an accessory
(see Page 79) and can simply be plugged on to the I/O board (see Page 94). After start
up, the software is immediately made available to the transmitter.
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Caution:
To ensure an unambiguous assignment, the F-Chip is coded with the transmitter serial
number once it is plugged in. Thus, it can not be reused with other measuring devices.
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7 Maintenance
The Promass 83 flow measuring system requires no special maintenance.
Exterior cleaning
When cleaning the exterior of measuring devices, always use cleaning agents that do
not attack the surface of the housing and the seals.
Cleaning with pigs (Promass H, I)
If pigs are used for cleaning, it is essential to take the inside diameters of measuring
tube and process connection into account (see Page 166 ff.).
Replacing seals
Under normal circumstances, fluid wetted seals of the Promass A and Promass M
sensors do not require replacement. Replacement is necessary only in special
circumstances, for example if aggressive or corrosive fluids are incompatible with the
seal material.
!
Note:
- The period between changes depends on the fluid properties and on the frequency
of cleaning cycles in the case of CIP/SIP cleaning.
- Replacement seals (accessories) Page 79.
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8 Accessories
Various accessories, which can be ordered separately from Endress+Hauser, are avail-
able for the transmitter and the sensor. The E+H service organisation can provide
detailed information on the order codes of your choice.
Accessory Description Ordering code
Transmitter
PROline Promass 83
Transmitter for replacement or for stock. Use
the order code to define the following specifi-
cations:
– Approvals
– Degree of protection / version
– Cable entries
– Display / power supply / operation
– Software
– Outputs / inputs
83XXX ÷ XXXXX * * * * * *
Inputs/outputs The following plug-in modules are available:
– Basic module with HART current output
– Module / 2nd slot:
Current output, frequency output, or
relay output
– Module / 3rd slot:
Current output, frequency output, relay
output
– Module / 4th slot:
Relay output, status input
DK8EI ÷ * * * *
Software packages for
Promass 83
Software add-ons on F-Chip, can be ordered
individually:
– Extended diagnosis
– Batching functions
– Concentration measurement
DK8SO – *
Installation set for
transmitter
Mounting set for remote version. Suitable for:
– Wall mounting
– Pipe mounting
– Installation in control panel
DK8WM ÷ *
Post mounting set for
the Promass A sensor
Post mounting set for the Promass A DK8AS ÷ * *
Mounting set for the
Promass A sensor
Mounting set for Promass A, comprising:
– 2 process connections (see Page 158 ff.)
– Seals
DK8MS ÷ * * * * * *
Set of seals for sensor For regular replacement of the seals of the
Promass M and Promass A sensors.
Set consists of two seals.
DKS ÷ * * *
HART Communicator
DXR 275 handheld
terminal
Handheld terminal for remote parameterisa-
tion and for obtaining measured values via the
current output HART (4...20 mA).
Contact your E+H representative for more
information.
DXR275 ÷ * * * * * *
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Applicator Software for selecting and configuring flow-
meters.
Applicator can be downloaded from the Inter-
net or ordered on CD-ROM for installation on a
local PC.
Contact your E+H representative for more
information.
DKA80 ÷ *
FieldTool Configuration and service software for flow-
meters in the field:
– Commissioning, maintenance analysis
– Configuring flowmeters
– Service functions
– Visualisation of process data
– Trouble-shooting
– Controlling the “FieldCheck” tester/simula-
tor
Contact your E+H representative for more
information.
DXS10 ÷ * * * * *
FieldCheck Tester/simulator for testing flowmeters in the
field.
When used in conjunction with the “FieldTool”
software package, test results can be
imported into a database, printed and used
for official certification.
Contact your E+H representative for more
information.
DXC10 ÷ * *
Accessory Description Ordering code
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9 Trouble-shooting
9.1 Trouble-shooting instructions
Always start trouble-shooting with the checklists below, if faults occur after start-up or
during operation. The routine takes you directly to the cause of the problem and the
appropriate remedial measures.
Check the display
No display visible and no
output signals present.
1. Check the power supply Terminals 1, 2
2. Check the power line fuse Page 99
85...260 V AC: 0.8 A slow-blow / 250 V
20...55 V AC and 16...62 V DC: 2 A slow-blow / 250 V
3. Measuring electronics defective order spare parts Page 94
No display visible, but out-
put signals are present.
1. Check whether the ribbon-cable connector of the display module is
correctly plugged into the amplifier board Page 96, 98
2. Display module defective order spare parts Page 94
3. Measuring electronics defective order spare parts Page 94
Display texts are in a foreign
language.
Switch off power supply. Press and hold down both the OS keys and
switch on the measuring device. The display text will appear in English
(default) and is displayed at maximum contrast.
Measured value indicated,
but no signal at the current
or pulse output
Measuring electronics defective order spare parts Page 94
M
Error messages on display
Errors which occur during commissioning or measuring operation are displayed immediately.
Error messages consist of a variety of icons. The meanings of these icons are as follows (example):
– Error type: S = system error, P = process error
– Error message type: $ = fault message, ! = notice message
– MEDIUM INHOM. = error designation, e.g. fluid is not homogeneous
– 03:00:05 = duration of error occurrence (in hours, minutes and seconds)
– # 702 = error number
" Caution:
• See the information on Page 37 ff.!
• The measuring system interprets simulations and positive zero return as system errors, but displays
them as notice message only.
Error number:
No. 001 – 399
No. 501 – 699
System error (device error) has occurred Page 82
Error number:
No. 400 – 499
No. 700 – 799
Process error (application error) has occurred Page 89
M
Other error (without error message)
Some other error has
occurred.
Diagnosis and rectification Page 91
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9.2 System error messages
Serious system errors are always recognised by the instrument as “Fault message”,
and are shown as a lightning flash ($) on the display. Fault messages immediately affect
the inputs and outputs.
Simulations and positive zero return, on the other hand, are classed and displayed as
“Notice messages”.
"
Caution:
In the event of a serious fault, a flowmeter might have to be returned to the manufacturer
for repair. The procedures on Page 8 must be carried out before you return a flowmeter
to Endress+Hauser.
Always enclose a duly completed “Declaration of contamination” form. You will find a
preprinted blank of the this form at the back of this manual.
!
Note:
- The listed error message types below correspond to the factory setting.
- Also observe the information on Page 37 ff. and 92.
Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy / spare part
S = System error
$ = Fault message (with an effect on the inputs and outputs)
! = Notice message (without an effect on the inputs and outputs)
No. # 0xx Hardware error
S
$
CRITICAL FAILURE
# 001
Serious device error Replace the amplifier board.
Spare parts Page 94
S
$
AMP HW EEPROM
# 011
Amplifier:
Defective EEPROM
Replace the amplifier board.
Spare parts Page 94
S
$
AMP SW EEPROM
# 012
Amplifier:
Error accessing EEPROM data
The EEPROM data blocks in
which an error has occurred are
displayed in the “TROUBLE-
SHOOTING” function.
Press Enter to acknowledge the
errors in question; default values
are automatically inserted instead
of the errored parameter values.
! Note:
The measuring device has to be
restarted if an error has occurred
in a totalizer block (see error
No. 111 / CHECKSUM TOTAL.).
S
$
SENSOR HW DAT
# 031
Sensor DAT:
1. S-DAT is defective.
2. S-DAT is not plugged into the
amplifier board or is missing.
1. Replace the S-DAT.
Spare parts Page 94
Check the spare part set
number to ensure that the new,
replacement DAT is compati-
ble with the measuring elec-
tronics.
2. Plug the S-DAT into the
amplifier board Page 96,
98
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S
$
SENSOR SW DAT
# 032
Sensor DAT:
Error accessing the calibration
values stored in the S-DAT.
1. Check whether the S-DAT is
correctly plugged into the
amplifier board Page 96,
98
2. Replace the S-DAT if it is
defective. Spare parts
Page 94
Before replacing the DAT,
check that the new, replace-
ment DAT is compatible with
the measuring electronics.
Check the:
– Spare part set number
– Hardware revision code
3. Replace measuring electro-
nics boards if necessary.
Spare parts Page 94
S
$
TRANSM. HW-DAT
# 041
Transmitter DAT:
1. T-DAT is defective.
2. T-DAT is not plugged into the
amplifier board or is missing.
1. Replace the T-DAT.
Spare parts Page 94
Check the spare part set
number to ensure that the new,
replacement DAT is compati-
ble with the measuring elec-
tronics.
2. Plug the T-DAT into the
amplifier board Page 96,
98
S
$
TRANSM. SW-DAT
# 042
Transmitter DAT:
Error accessing the calibration
values stored in the T-DAT.
1. Check whether the T-DAT is
correctly plugged into the
amplifier board Page 96,
98
2. Replace the T-DAT if it is
defective. Spare parts
Page 94
Before replacing the DAT,
check that the new, replace-
ment DAT is compatible with
the measuring electronics.
Check the:
– Spare part set number
– Hardware revision code
3. Replace measuring electro-
nics boards if necessary.
Spare parts Page 94
S
$
A / C COMPATIB.
# 051
The I/O board and the amplifier
board are not compatible.
Use only compatible modules and
boards. Check the compatibility of
the modules used.
Check the:
– Spare part set number
– Hardware revision code
S
$
HW F-CHIP
# 061
Transmitter F-Chip:
1. F-Chip is defective.
2. F-Chip is not plugged into the
I/O board or is missing.
1. Replace the F-Chip.
Accessories Page 79
2. Plug the F-Chip into the I/O
board Page 96, 98
No. # 1xx Software error
S
$
CHECKSUM TOTAL
# 111
Totalizer checksum error 1. Restart the measuring device
2. Replace the amplifier board if
necessary.
Spare parts Page 94
Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy / spare part
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$
A / C COMPATIB.
# 121
Due to different software ver-
sions, I/O board and amplifier
board are only partially compati-
ble (possibly restricted function-
ality).
Replace module with lower
software version.
Spare parts Page 94
No. # 2xx Error in DAT / no communication
S
!
LOAD T-DAT
# 205
Transmitter DAT:
Data backup (downloading) to
T-DAT failed, or error when
accessing (uploading) the cali-
bration values stored in the
T-DAT™.
1. Check whether the T-DAT is
correctly plugged into the
amplifier board Page 96,
98
2. Replace the T-DAT if it is
defective. Spare parts
Page 94
Before replacing the DAT,
check that the new, replace-
ment DAT is compatible with
the measuring electronics.
Check the:
– Spare part set number
– Hardware revision code
3. Replace measuring electro-
nics boards if necessary.
Spare parts Page 94
S
!
SAVE T-DAT
# 206
S
$
COMMUNICATION I/O
# 261
No data reception between
amplifier and I/O board or faulty
internal data transfer.
Check the BUS contacts
No. # 3xx System limits exceeded (internal device error)
S
!
STACK CUR OUT n
# 339…342
The temporarily buffered flow
portions (measuring mode for
pulsating flow) could not be
cleared or output within 60
seconds.
1. Change the upper or lower
limit setting, as applicable.
2. Increase or reduce flow, as
applicable.
Recommendations in the event of
fault category = FAULT MESSAGE
($):
– Configure the fault response of
the output to “ACTUAL VALUE”
(see Page 92), so that the tem-
porary buffer can be cleared.
– Clear the temporary buffer by
the measures described under
Item 1.
S
!
STACK FREQ. OUT n
# 343…346
S
!
STACK PULSE OUT n
# 347…350
The temporarily buffered flow
portions (measuring mode for
pulsating flow) could not be
cleared or output within 60
seconds.
1. Increase the setting for pulse
weighting
2. Increase the max. pulse
frequency, if the totalizer can
handle a higher number of
pulses.
3. Reduce flow
Recommendations in the event of
fault category = FAULT MESSAGE
($):
– Configure the fault response of
the output to “ACTUAL VALUE”
(see Page 92), so that the tem-
porary buffer can be cleared.
– Clear the temporary buffer by
the measures described under
Item 1.
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S
!
CURRENT RANGE
# 351...354
Current output:
Flow is out of range.
1. Change the upper or lower
limit setting, as applicable.
2. Increase or reduce flow, as
applicable.
S
!
FREQ. RANGE
# 355...358
Frequency output:
Flow is out of range.
1. Change the upper or lower
limit setting, as applicable.
2. Increase or reduce flow, as
applicable.
S
!
PULSE RANGE n
# 359…362
Pulse output:
Pulse output frequency is out of
range.
1. Increase the setting for pulse
weighting
2. When selecting the pulse
width, choose a value that can
still be processed by a con-
nected counter (e.g. mechani-
cal counter, PLC etc.).
Determine the pulse width:
– Variant 1: Enter the mini-
mum duration that a pulse
must be present at the con-
nected counter to ensure its
registration.
– Variant 2: Enter the maxi-
mum (pulse) frequency as
the half “reciprocal value”
that a pulse must be present
at the connected counter to
ensure its registration.
Example:
The maximum input frequency
of the connected counter is
10 Hz. The pulse width to be
entered is:
3. Reduce flow.
S
$
FREQ. LIM
# 379 / 380
The measuring tube oscillation
frequency is outside the permit-
ted range.
Causes:
– Damaged measuring tube
– Sensor defective or damaged
Contact your E+H service
organisation.
S
$
FLUIDTEMP. LIM
# 381 / 382
The temperature sensor on the
measuring tube is likely defec-
tive.
Check the following electrical
connections before you contact
your E+H service organisation:
– Verify that the sensor signal
cable connector is correctly
plugged into the amplifier board
Page 96, 98.
– Remote version:
Check sensor and transmitter
terminal connections No. 9
and 10 Page 23
Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy / spare part
1
2 10 Hz b
----------------------- 50 ms =
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$
CARR. TEMP.
# 383 / 384
The temperature sensor on the
carrier tube is likely defective.
Check the following electrical
connections before you contact
your E+H service organisation:
– Verify that the sensor signal
cable connector is correctly
plugged into the amplifier board
Page 96, 98.
– Remote version:
Check sensor and transmitter
terminal connections No. 11
and 12 Page 23
S
$
EL. DYN. SENSOR
# 385 / 386 / 387
One of the measuring tube
exciter coils (inlet or outlet) is
likely defective.
Check the following electrical
connections before you contact
your E+H service organisation:
– Verify that the sensor signal
cable connector is correctly
plugged into the amplifier board
Page 96, 98.
– Remote version:
Check sensor and transmitter
terminal connections No. 4, 5, 6
and 7 Page 23.
S
$
AMP. FAULT
# 388 / 389 / 390
Amplifier error Contact your E+H service
organisation.
No. # 5xx Application error
S
!
DOWNLOAD ACTIVE
# 501
New amplifier software version is
loaded. Currently no other com-
mands are possible.
Wait until process is finished.
Then restart the device.
S
!
BATCH RUNNING
# 571
Batching is started and active
(valves are open)
No measures needed (during the
batching process some other
functions may not be activated).
S
!
BATCH HOLD
# 572
Batching has been interrupted
(valves are closed)
1. Continue batching with com-
mand “GO ON”.
2. Interupt batching with “STOP”
command.
S
$
OSC. AMP. LIMIT
# 586
The fluid properties do not allow
a continuation of the measure-
ment.
Causes:
– Extremely high viscosity
– Process fluid is very inhomoge-
neous (gas or solid content)
Change or improve process
conditions.
S
$
TUBE NOT OSC
# 587
Extreme process conditions exist.
The measuring system can there-
fore not be started.
Change or improve process
conditions.
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S
$
NOISE LIMIT
# 588
Overdriving of the internal analog
to digital converter.
Causes:
– Cavitation
– Extreme pressure pulses
– High gas flow velocity
A continuation of the measure-
ment is no longer possible!
Change or improve process
conditions, e.g. by reducing the
flow velocity.
No. # 6xx Simulation mode active
S
!
POSITIVE ZERO
RETURN
# 601
Positive zero return active.
" Caution:
This message has the highest
display priority.
Switch off positive zero return
S
!
SIM. CURR. OUT. n
# 611…614
Simulation current output active Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. FREQ. OUT. n
# 621…624
Simulation frequency output
active
Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. PULSE n
# 631…634
Simulation pulse output active Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. STAT. OUT n
# 641…644
Simulation status output active Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. RELAY n
# 651…654
Simulation relay output active Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. STATUS IN
# 671…674
Simulation status input active Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. FAILSAFE
# 691
Simulation of response to error
(outputs) active
Switch off simulation
S
!
SIM. MEASURAND
# 692…
Simulation of measuring varia-
bles (e.g. mass flow)
Switch off simulation
No. # 8xx Other error messages with software options (Coriolis flowmeter)
S
!
M. FL. DEV. LIMIT
# 800
Advanced Diagnostics:
The mass flow is outside the limit
value, set in the corresponding
diagnosis function.

S
!
DENS. DEV. LIMIT
# 801
Advanced Diagnostics:
The density is outside the limit
value, set in the corresponding
diagnosis function.

S
!
REF. D. DEV. LIM.
# 802
Advanced Diagnostics:
The reference density is outside
the limit value, set in the corre-
sponding diagnosis function.

S
!
TEMP. DEV. LIMIT
# 803
Advanced Diagnostics:
The temperature is outside the
limit value, set in the correspond-
ing diagnosis function.

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!
T. DAMP. DEV. LIM
# 804
Advanced Diagnostics:
The tube damping is outside the
limit value, set in the correspond-
ing diagnosis function.

S
!
E. D. SEN. DEV. LI
# 805
Advanced Diagnostics:
The electromagnetic sensor is
outside limit value, set in the cor-
responding diagnosis function.

Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy / spare part
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9.3 Process error messages
Process errors can be defined as either “Fault” or “Notice” messages and can thereby
be weighted differently. Determination of this is done via the function matrix (see the
“Description of Device Functions” Manual).
!
Note:
- The listed error message types below correspond to the factory setting.
- Also observe the information on Page 37 and 92.
Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy
P = Process error
$ = Fault message (with an effect on the inputs and outputs)
! = Notice message (without an effect on the inputs and outputs)
No. # 4xx Process limits exceeded
P
$
> BATCH TIME
# 471
The maximum permitted
batching time was exceeded.
1. Increase flow rate
2. Check valve (opening)
3. Adjust time setting to changed
batch quantity
P
$
>< BATCH QUANTITY
# 472
– Underbatching:
The minimum quantity was not
reached.
– Overbatching:
The maximum permitted
batching quantity was
exceeded.
Underbatching:
1. Increase fixed correction
quantity.
2. Valve closes too quickly with
active after run correction.
Enter smaller after run as
mean value.
3. If the batching quantity
changes, the minimum batch-
ing quantity must be adjusted.
Overbatching:
1. Reduce fixed correction
quantity.
2. Valve closes too slowly with
active after run correction.
Enter larger after run as mean
value.
3. If the batching quantity
changes, the maximum batch-
ing quantity must be adjusted.
P
!
PROGRESS NOTE
# 473
End of filling process approach-
ing.
The running filling process has
exceeded the predefined batch
quantity point for the display
warning message.
No measures required (if neces-
sary prepare to replace con-
tainer).
No. #7xx Other process errors
P
!
EMPTY PIPE
# 700
The process fluid density is out-
side the upper or lower limit val-
ues set in the “EPD” function
Causes:
– Air in the measuring tube
– Partly filled measuring tube
1. Ensure that there is no gas
content in the process liquid.
2. Adapt the values in the “EPD”
function to the current process
conditions.
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!
EXC. CURR. LIM
# 701
The maximum current value for
the measuring tube exciter coils
has been reached, since certain
process fluid characteristics are
extreme, e.g. high gas or solid
content.
The instrument continues to work
correctly.
In particular with outgassing fluids
and/or increased gas content, the
following measures are recom-
mended to increase system
pressure:
1. Install the instrument at the
outlet side of a pump.
2. Install the instrument at the
lowest point of an ascending
pipeline.
3. Install a flow restriction, e.g.
reducer or orifice, downstream
from the instrument.
P
!
FLUID INHOM.
# 702
Frequency control is not stable,
due to inhomogeneous process
fluid, e.g. gas or solid content.
In particular with outgassing fluids
and/or increased gas content, the
following measures are recom-
mended to increase system
pressure:
1. Install the instrument at the
outlet side of a pump.
2. Install the instrument at the
lowest point of an ascending
pipeline.
3. Install a flow restriction, e.g.
reducer or orifice, downstream
from the instrument.
P
!
NOISE LIMIT
# 703 / 704
Overdriving of the internal analog
to digital converter.
Causes:
– Cavitation
– Extreme pressure pulses
– High gas flow velocity
A continuation of the measure-
ment is still possible!
Change or improve process con-
ditions, e.g. by reducing the flow
velocity.
P
$
FLOW LIMIT
# 705
The mass flow is too high.
The electronics' measuring range
will be exceeded.
Reduce flow
P
!
ADJ. ZERO FAIL
# 731
The zero point adjustment is not
possible or has been cancelled.
Make sure that zero point adjust-
ment is carried out at “zero flow”
only (v = 0 m/s) Page 64.
Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy
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9.4 Process errors without messages
Symptoms Rectification
Remark:
You may have to change or correct certain settings of the function matrix in order to rectify faults.
The functions outlined below, such as DISPLAY DAMPING, for example, are described in detail in the
“Description of Device Functions” manual.
Measured value reading
fluctuates even though flow
is steady.
1. Check the fluid for presence of gas bubbles.
2. “TIME CONSTANT” function increase value
( OUTPUTS / CURRENT OUTPUT / CONFIGURATION)
3. “DISPLAY DAMPING” function increase value
( USER INTERFACE / CONTROL / BASIC CONFIGURATION)
Flow values are negative,
even though the fluid is
flowing forwards through
the pipe.
Change the setting in the “INSTALLATION DIRECTION SENSOR” function
accordingly
Measured-value reading or
measured-value output
pulsates or fluctuates, e.g.
because of reciprocating
pump, peristaltic pump,
diaphragm pump or pump
with similar delivery
characteristic.
Run the “Pulsating Flow” Quick Setup Page 56 ff.
If the problem persists despite these measures, a pulsation damper will
have to be installed between pump and measuring device.
There are differences
between the flowmeter's
internal totalizer and the
external metering device.
This symptom is due primarily to backflow in the piping, because the
pulse output cannot subtract in the “STANDARD or SYMMETRY” measur-
ing modes.
The problem can be solved as follows:
Allow for flow in both directions. Set the “MEASURING MODE” function to
“Pulsating Flow” for the pulse output in question.
Measured value reading
shown on display, even
though the fluid is at a
standstill and the measuring
tube is full.
1. Check the fluid for presence of gas bubbles.
2. Activate the “ON-VAL. LF-CUTOFF” function, i.e. enter or increase the
value for the creepage ( BASIC FUNCTION / PROCESSPARA-
METER / CONFIGURATION).
The fault cannot be rectified
or some other fault not
described above has
occurred.
In these instances, please
contact your E+H service
organisation.
The following options are available for tackling problems of this nature:
Request the services of an E+H service technician
If you contact our service organisation to have a service technician sent
out, please be ready with the following information:
– Brief description of the fault
– Nameplate specifications (Page 9 ff.): Order code and serial number
Returning devices to E+H
The procedures on Page 8 must be carried out before you return a flow-
meter requiring repair or calibration to Endress+Hauser.
Always enclose a duly completed “Declaration of contamination” form
with the flowmeter. You will find a preprinted “Declaration of contamina-
tion” form at the back of this manual.
Replace transmitter electronics
Components in the measuring electronics defective
order replacement Page 94
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9.5 Response of outputs to errors
!
Note:
The failsafe mode of totalizers, current, pulse and frequency outputs can be customised
by means of various functions in the function matrix. You will find detailed information on
these procedures in the “Description of Device Functions” manual.
Positive zero return and failsafe mode:
You can use positive zero return to set the signals of the current, pulse and frequency
outputs to their fallback value, for example when measuring has to be interrupted while
a pipe is being cleaned. This function takes priority over all other device functions.
Simulations, for example, are suppressed.
Failsafe mode of outputs and totalizers
Process/system error is present Positive zero return is activated
" Caution:
System or process errors defined as “Information messages” have no effect whatsoever on the inputs
and outputs. See the information on Page 37 ff.
Current output MINIMUM CURRENT
0–20 mA (25 mA) 0 mA
4–20 mA (25 mA) 2 mA
HART 4–20 mA (25 mA) 2 mA
0–20 mA 0 mA
4–20 mA 2 mA
HART 4–20 mA 2 mA
MAXIMUM CURRENT
0–20 mA (25 mA) 25 mA
4–20 mA (25 mA) 25 mA
HART 4–20 mA (25 mA) 25 mA
0–20 mA (NAMUR) 22 mA
4–20 mA (NAMUR) 22 mA
HART 4–20 mA (NAMUR) 22 mA
HOLD VALUE
Last valid value (preceding occurrence of the
fault) is output.
ACTUAL VALUE
Fault is ignored, i.e. normal measured value
output on the basis of ongoing flow measure-
ment.
Output signal corresponds to
“zero flow”
Pulse output FALLBACK VALUE
Signal output no pulses
HOLD VALUE
Last valid value (preceding occurrence of the
fault) is output.
ACTUAL VALUE
Fault is ignored, i.e. normal measured value
output on the basis of ongoing flow measure-
ment.
Output signal corresponds to
“zero flow”
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Frequency output FALLBACK VALUE
Signal output 0 Hz
FAILSAFE LEVEL
Output of the frequency specified in the
FAILSAFE VALUE function (No. 4211).
HOLD VALUE
Last valid value (preceding occurrence of the
fault) is output.
ACTUAL VALUE
Fault is ignored, i.e. normal measured value
output on the basis of ongoing flow measure-
ment.
Output signal corresponds to
“zero flow”
Totalizer STOP
The totalizers are paused until the error is
rectified.
ACTUAL VALUE
The fault is ignored. The totalizers continue to
count in accordance with the current flow
value.
HOLD VALUE
The totalizers continue to count the flow in
accordance with the last valid flow value
(before the error occurred).
Totalizer stops
Relay output In the event of a fault or power supply failure:
Relay deenergised
The “Description of device Functions” manual
contains detailed information on relay swit-
ching response for various configurations
such as error message, flow direction, EPD,
full scale value, etc.
No effect on the relay output
Failsafe mode of outputs and totalizers
Process/system error is present Positive zero return is activated
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9.6 Spare parts
Section 9.1 contains a detailed trouble-shooting guide. The measuring device, more-
over, provides additional support in the form of continuous self-diagnosis and error
messages.
Fault rectification can entail replacing defective components with tested spare parts.
The illustration below shows the available scope of spare parts.
!
Note:
You can order spare parts directly from your E+H service organisation by providing the
serial number printed on the transmitter's nameplate (see Page 9).
Spare parts are shipped as sets comprising the following parts:
- Spare part
- Additional parts, small items (threaded fasteners, etc.)
- Mounting instructions
- Packaging
Fig. 37: Spare parts for Promass 83 transmitter (field and wall-mount housings)
1 Power unit board (85...260 V AC, 20...55 V AC, 16...62 V DC)
2 Amplifier board
3 I/O board (COM module), flexible assignment
4 Pluggable input/output submodules (ordering structure Page 79)
5 I/O board (COM module), permanent assignment
6 S-DAT (sensor data memory)
7 T-DAT (transmitter data memory)
8 F-Chip (function chip for optional software)
9 Display module
1
2
3
4
9
6
7
8
8
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 2
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 3
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 4
5
F
0
6
-
8
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
3
-
0
6
-
0
6
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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9.7 Removing and installing printed circuit boards
Field housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards (Fig. 38)
#
Warning:
- Risk of electric shock. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Make sure
that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics
compartment.
- Risk of damaging electronic components (ESD protection). Static electricity can
damage electronic components or impair their operability. Use a workplace with a
grounded working surface purposely built for electrostatically sensitive devices!
- If you cannot guarantee that the dielectric strength of the device is maintained in the
following steps, then an appropriate inspection must be carried out in accordance
with the manufacturer’s specifications.
1. Unscrew cover of the electronics compartment from the transmitter housing.
2. Remove the local display (1) as follows:
– Press in the latches (1.1) at the side and remove the display module.
– Disconnect the ribbon cable (1.2) of the display module from the amplifier board.
3. Remove the screws and remove the cover (2) from the electronics compartment.
4. Remove power unit board (4) and I/O board (6, 7):
Insert a thin pin into the hole (3) provided for the purpose and pull the board clear
of its holder.
5. Remove submodules (6.2):
No tools are required for removing the submodules (inputs/outputs) from the I/O
board. Installation is also a no-tools operation.
" Caution:
Only certain combinations of submodules on the I/O board are permissible
(see Page 27). The individual slots are marked and correspond to certain terminals
in the connection compartment of the transmitter:
“INPUT / OUTPUT 2” slot = terminals 24 / 25
“INPUT / OUTPUT 3” slot = terminals 22 / 23
“INPUT / OUTPUT 4” slot = terminals 20 / 21
6. Remove amplifier board (5):
– Disconnect the plug of the sensor signal cable (5.1) including S-DAT (5.3) from
the board.
– Disconnect the plug of the excitation current cable (5.2) from the board.
– Insert a thin pin into the hole (3) provided for the purpose and pull the board clear
of its holder.
7. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
" Caution:
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Fig. 38: Field housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards
1 Local display
1.1 Latch
1.2 Ribbon cable (display module)
2 Screws of electronics compartment cover
3 Aperture for installing/removing boards
4 Power unit board
5 Amplifier board
5.1 Signal cable (sensor)
5.2 Excitation current cable (sensor)
5.3 S-DAT (sensor data memory)
5.4 T-DAT (transmitter data memory)
6 I/O board (flexible assignment)
6.1 F-Chip (function chip for optional software)
6.2 Pluggable submodules (status input, current output, frequency output and relay output)
7 I/O board (permanent assignment)
7.1 F-Chip (function chip for optional software)
4
5
6
6.2
3
3
3
2
1
1.2
5.1
5.3
5.4
5.2
1.1
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 2
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 3
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 4
6.1
7
7.1
F
0
6
-
8
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
3
-
0
6
-
0
6
-
x
x
-
0
0
1
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Wall-mount housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards (Fig. 39)
#
Warning:
- Risk of electric shock. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Make sure
that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics
compartment.
- Risk of damaging electronic components (ESD protection). Static electricity can
damage electronic components or impair their operability. Use a workplace with a
grounded working surface, purposely built for electrostatically sensitive devices!
1. Remove the screws and open the hinged cover (1) of the housing.
2. Remove the screws securing the electronics module (2). Then push up electronics
module and pull it as far as possible out of the wall-mount housing.
3. Disconnect the following cable plugs from amplifier board (7):
– Sensor signal cable plug (7.1) including S-DAT (7.3)
– Excitation current cable plug (7.2)
– Ribbon cable plug (3) of the display module
4. Remove the cover (4) from the electronics compartment by losening the screws.
5. Remove the boards (6, 7, 8, 9):
Insert a thin pin into the hole (5) provided for the purpose and pull the board clear
of its holder.
6. Remove submodules (8.2):
No tools are required for removing the submodules (inputs/outputs) from the I/O
board. Installation is also a no-tools operation.
" Caution:
Only certain combinations of submodules on the I/O board are permissible
(see Page 27). The individual slots are marked and correspond to certain terminals
in the connection compartment of the transmitter:
“INPUT / OUTPUT 2” slot = terminals 24 / 25
“INPUT / OUTPUT 3” slot = terminals 22 / 23
“INPUT / OUTPUT 4” slot = terminals 20 / 21
7. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
" Caution:
Use only original Endress+Hauser parts.
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Fig. 39: Wall-mount housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards
1 Housing cover
2 Electronics module
3 Ribbon cable (display module)
4 Screws of electronics compartment cover
5 Aperture for installing/removing boards
6 Power unit board
7 Amplifier board
7.1 Signal cable (sensor)
7.2 Excitation current cable (sensor)
7.3 S-DAT (sensor data memory)
7.4 T-DAT (transmitter data memory)
8 I/O board (flexible assignment)
8.1 F-Chip (function chip for optional software)
8.2 Pluggable submodules (status input, current output, frequency output and relay output)
9 I/O board (permanent assignment)
9.1 F-Chip (function chip for optional software)
3
4
1
2
3
6
7
8
8.2
9
5
5
7.1
7.3
7.4
7.2
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 2
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 3
IN
PU
T/O
U
TPU
T 4
8.1
5
5
9.1
F
0
6
-
8
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
3
-
0
3
-
0
6
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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9.8 Replacing the device fuse
#
Warning:
Risk of electric shock. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Make sure that
the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics com-
partment.
The main fuse is on the power unit board (Fig. 40).
The procedure for replacing the fuse is as follows:
1. Switch off power supply.
2. Remove the power unit board Page 95, 97
3. Remove cap (1) and replace the device fuse (2).
Use only fuses of the following type:
– Power supply 20...55 V AC / 16...62 V DC 2.0 A slow-blow / 250 V; 5.2 x 20 mm
– Power supply 85...260 V AC 0.8 A slow-blow / 250 V; 5.2 x 20 mm
– Ex-rated devices see the Ex documentation.
4. Assembly is the reverse of the disassembly procedure.
" Caution:
Use only original Endress+Hauser parts.
Fig. 40: Replacing the device fuse on the power unit board
1 Protective cap
2 Device fuse
F
0
6
-
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
3
-
x
x
-
0
6
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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9.9 Software history
!
Note:
Up or downloading a software version normally requires a special service software.
Software version /
date
Changes to software Changes to documentation
Amplifier
V 1.00.XX / 11.2000 Original software
Compatible with:
– FieldTool
– HART communicator DXR 275
(OS 4.6 and higher) with rev. 1, DD 1.
÷
V 1.01.00 / 03.2001
V 1.01.01 / 05.2001
Software adaptation
÷
V 1.02.00 / 06.2001 Software expansion:
New functionalities
• General instrument functions
• “Batching” software function
• “Concentration measurement”
software function
• “Advanced Diagnostics”
software function
• HART operating via Universal
Commands and Common Prac-
tice Commands
V 1.02.01 / 11.2001 Software adaptation
÷
V 1.02.02 / 04.2002 Software expansion Promass H
v 1.04.xx / 08.2002 Software expansion Promass E
Communication (I/O)
V 1.00.00 / 11.2000 Original software ÷
V 1.02.00 / 06.2001 Software expansion:
New functionalities
• “Batching” software function
• “Pulse width” software function
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10.1 Technical data at a glance
10.1.1 Applications
The measuring device is for mass flow and volume flow measurement of liquids and
gases in sealed piping systems. Application examples:
- Chocolate, condensed milk, liquid sugar
- Oils, fats
- Acids, alkalis, lacquers, paints, solvents and cleaning agents
- Pharmaceuticals, catalysts, inhibitors
- Suspensions
- Gases, liquefied gases, etc.
10.1.2 Function and system design
Measuring principle Mass flow measurement by the Coriolis principle
Measuring system The measuring system consists of a transmitter and a sensor:
- Promass 83 transmitter
- Promass F, M, E, A, H or I sensor
Two versions are available:
- Compact version: transmitter and sensor form a single mechanical unit.
- Remote version: transmitter and sensor are installed separately.
10.1.3 Input
Measured variable - Mass flow (proportional to the phase difference between two sensors mounted on the
measuring tube to register a phase shift in the oscillation)
- Fluid density (proportional to resonance frequency of the measuring tube)
- Fluid temperature (measured with temperature sensors)
Measuring range Measuring ranges for liquids (Promass F, M, E):
DN Range of full scale values (liquids)
...
8
15
25
40
50
80 *
100 **
150 **
0...2000 kg/h
0...6500 kg/h
0...18000 kg/h
0...45000 kg/h
0...70000 kg/h
0...180000 kg/h
0...350000 kg/h
0...800000 kg/h
* Promass F, M only
** Promass F only
m
·
mi n F
m
·
max F
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Measuring ranges for liquids (Promass A):
Measuring ranges for liquids (Promass H, I):
Measuring ranges for gases (except Promass H):
The full scale values depend on the density of the gas. Use the formula below to
calculate the full scale values:
= Max. full scale value for gas [kg/h]
= Max. full scale value for liquid [kg/h]
p
(G)
= Gas density in [kg/m
3
] at operating conditions
x = 160 (Promass F DN 8...100, M, I); x = 250 (Promass F DN 150); x = 225 (Promass E);
x = 32 (Promass A)
In doing so will never exceed .
Calculation example for gas:
- Sensor type: Promass F, DN 50
- Gas: air with a density of 60.3 kg/m
3
(at 20 °C and 50 bar)
- Measuring range: 70000 kg/h
- x = 160 (for Promass F DN 50)
Max. possible full scale value:
Recommended measuring ranges:
See Page 110 ff. (“Limiting flow”)
Operable flow range Greater than 1000 : 1. Flows above the preset full scale value do not overload the
amplifier, i.e. totalizer values are registered correctly.
Input signal Status input (auxiliary input): U = 3...30 V DC, R
i
= 5 kO, galvanically isolated.
Configurable for: totalizer(s) reset, positive zero return, error message reset, zero point
adjustment.
DN Range of full scale values (liquids)
...
1
2
4
0...20 kg/h
0...100 kg/h
0...450 kg/h
DN Range of full scale values (liquids)
...
8
15
15 *
25
25 *
40
40 *
50
0...2000 kg/h
0...6500 kg/h
0...18000 kg/h
0...18000 kg/h
0...45000 kg/h
0...45000 kg/h
0...70000 kg/h
0...70000 kg/h
* DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
m
·
mi n F
m
·
max F
m
·
mi n F
m
·
max F
max G
m
·
=
max F
p
G
1
x kg m
3
[ ]
---------------------------
·
m
·
max (G)
m
·
max (F)
m
·
max (G)
m
·
max (F)
m
·
max G
m
·
max F
7
(G) b
x kg m
3
[ ]
---------------------------------
70000kg/h 60.3 kg/h ·
160 kg/m
3
-------------------------------------------------------- 26400 kg h = = =
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10.1.4 Output
Output signal Current output:
Active/passive selectable, galvanically isolated, time constant selectable (0.05...100 s),
full scale value selectable, temperature coefficient: typically 0.005% o.r./°C;
resolution: 0.5 µA
- active: 0/4...20 mA, R
L
< 700 O (for HART: R
L
> 250 O)
- passive: 4...20 mA, max. 30 V DC, R
i
< 150 O
Pulse / frequency output:
active/passive selectable, galvanically isolated
- active: 24 V DC, 25 mA (max. 250 mA during 20 ms), R
L
> 100 O
- passive: open collector, 30 V DC, 250 mA
- Frequency output: full scale frequency 2...10000 Hz (f
max
= 12500 Hz), on/off ratio 1:1,
pulse width max. 2 s
- Pulse output: pulse value and pulse polarity selectable, pulse width configurable
(0.05…2000 ms)
Signal on alarm - Current output failsafe mode selectable (for example, according to NAMUR rec-
ommendation NE 43)
- Pulse/frequency output failsafe mode selectable
- Relay output de-energised by fault or power supply failure
Load see “Output signal”
Switching output Relay output:
Normally closed (NC or break) or normally open (NO or make) contacts available
(default: relay 1 = NO, relay 2 = NC), max. 30 V / 0.5 A AC; 60 V / 0.1 A DC,
galvanically isolated.
Configurable for: error messages, Empty Pipe Detection (EPD), flow direction,
limit values.
Low flow cutoff Switch points for low flow cut off are selectable
Galvanic isolation All circuits for inputs, outputs, and power supply are galvanically isolated from each
other.
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10.1.5 Auxiliary energy
Electrical connections see Page 23 ff.
Supply voltage 85...260 V AC, 45...65 Hz
20...55 V AC, 45...65 Hz
16...62 V DC
Cable entry Power supply and signal cables (inputs/outputs):
- Cable entry M20 x 1.5 (8...12 mm)
- Threads for cable entries, PG 13.5 (5...15 mm), 1/2" NPT, G 1/2"
Connecting cable for remote version:
- Cable entry M20 x 1.5 (8...12 mm)
- Threads for cable entries, PG 13.5 (5...15 mm), 1/2" NPT, G 1/2"
Cable specifications
(remote version)
- 6 x 0.38 mm
2
PVC cable with common shield and individually shielded cores.
- Conductor resistance: < 50 O/km
- Capacitance: core/shield: < 420 pF/m
- Cable length: max. 20 m
- Permanent operating temperature: max. +105 °C
Power consumption AC: <15 VA (including sensor)
DC: <15 W (including sensor)
Switch-on current:
- max. 13.5 A (< 50 ms) at 24 V DC
- max. 3 A (< 5 ms) at 260 V AC
Power supply failure Lasting min. 1 power cycle:
- EEPROM or T-DAT saves measuring system data if power supply fails.
- S-DAT: exchangeable data storage chip which stores the data of the sensor (nominal
diameter, serial number, calibration factor, zero point, etc.)
Potential equalisation No measures necessary
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10.1.6 Performance characteristics
Reference operating
conditions
Error limits following ISO/DIS 11631:
- 20...30 °C; 2...4 bar
- Calibration systems as per national norms
- Zero point calibrated under operating conditions
- Field density calibrated (or special density calibration)
Maximum measured error The following values refer to the pulse/frequency output.
Deviation at the current output is typically ±5 µA.
Mass flow (liquid)
Promass F, M, A: ±0.10% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass E: ±0.30% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass H, I: ±0.15% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Mass flow (gas)
Promass F: ±0.35% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass M, A, I: ±0.50% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass E: ±0.75% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Volume flow (liquid)
Promass F: ±0.15% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass M, A: ±0.25% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass E: ±0.45% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass H, I: ±0.50% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
o.r. = of reading
Zero point stability (Promass F, M, E):
Zero point stability (Promass A):
DN Maximum full scale value
[kg/h] or [l/h]
Zero point
stability
Promass F
[kg/h] or [l/h]
Zero point
stability
Promass M
[kg/h] or [l/h]
Zero point
stability
Promass E
[kg/h] or [l/h]
8 2000 0.100 0.100 0.200
15 6500 0.325 0.325 0.650
25 18000 0.90 0.90 1.80
40 45000 2.25 2.25 4.50
50 70000 3.50 3.50 7.00
80 180000 9.00 9.00 –
100 350000 14.00 – –
150 800000 32.00 – –
DN Maximum full scale value
[kg/h] or [l/h]
Zero point stability
[kg/h] or [l/h]
1 20 0.0010
2 100 0.0050
4 450 0.0225
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Zero point stability (Promass H, I):
Fig. 41: Maximum measured error in % of reading (example: Promass 83 F / DN 25)
Calculation example (mass flow, liquid):
Given: Promass 83 F / DN 25, flow = 8000 kg/h
Max. measured error: ±0.10% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Max. measured error ±0.10% ± = ±0.111%
DN Maximum full scale value
[kg/h] or [l/h]
Zero point stability
Promass H
[kg/h] or [l/h]
Zero point stability
Promass I
[kg/h] or [l/h]
8 2000 0.20 0.20
15 6500 0.65 0.65
15 * 18000 – 1.8
25 18000 1.8 1.8
25 * 45000 – 4.5
40 45000 4.5 4.5
40 * 70000 – 7.0
50 70000 7.0 7.0
* DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
F
0
6
-
8
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
0.9 kg/h
8000 kg/h
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Density (liquid)
- After field density calibration or under reference conditions:
Promass F: ±0.0005 g/cc
Promass M, E, A, H: ±0.0010 g/cc
Promass I: ±0.0020 g/cc
- Special density calibration (optional). Calibration range = 0.8...1.8 g/cc, 5...80 °C:
Promass F: ±0.001 g/cc
Promass M, A, H: ±0.002 g/cc
Promass I: ±0.004 g/cc
- Standard calibration:
Promass F: ±0.01 g/cc
Promass M, E, A, H, I: ±0.02 g/cc
Temperature
±0.5 °C ±0.005 x T (T = fluid temperature in °C)
Repeatability Flow measurement
- Mass flow (liquid):
Promass F, M, A, H, I: ±0.05% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x100]%o.r.
Promass E: ±0.15% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
- Mass flow (gas):
Promass F, M, A, I: ±0.25% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass E: ±0.35% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
- Volume flow (liquid):
Promass F: ±0.05% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass M: ±0.10% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass E: ±0.25% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass A: ±0.10% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Promass H, I: ±0.20% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
o.r. = of reading
Zero point stability: see “Max. measured error”
Calculation example (mass flow, liquid):
Given: Promass 83 F / DN 25, flow = 8000 kg/h
Repeatability: ±0.05% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.
Repeatability ±0.05% ± 1/2 · = ±0.0556%
Density measurement (liquid)
Promass F: ±0.00025 g/cc (1 g/cc = 1 kg/l)
Promass M, E, A: ±0.0005 g/cc
Promass H, I: ±0.001 g/cc
Temperature measurement
±0.25 °C ±0.0025 x T (T = fluid temperature in °C)
Influence of medium
temperature
When there is a difference between the temperature for zero point adjustment and the
process temperature, the typical measured error of the Promass sensor is ±0.0002% of
the full scale value / °C. The typical measured error of the Promass E sensor is
±0.0003% of the full scale value / °C.
0.9 kg/h
8000 kg/h
--------------------------- 100 % ·
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Influence of medium
pressure
The tables below show the effect on accuracy of mass flow due to a difference between
calibration pressure and process pressure.
Promass F, M:
Promass H, I:
Promass E:
With nominal diameters DN 8...40, the effect on accuracy of mass flow due to a
difference between calibration pressure and process pressure can be neglected.
With DN 50 the influence is –0.009% o.r. / bar (o.r. = of reading)
Promass A:
A difference between calibration pressure and process pressure has no effect on
measuring accuracy.
DN Promass F
% o.r. / bar
Promass M
% o.r. / bar
Promass M / high pressure
% o.r. / bar
8 No influence 0.009 0.006
15 No influence 0.008 0.005
25 No influence 0.009 0.003
40 –0.003 0.005 –
50 –0.008 No influence –
80 –0.009 No influence –
100 –0.012 – –
150 –0.009 – –
o.r. = of reading
DN Promass H
% o.r. / bar
Promass I
% o.r. / bar
8 –0.017 0.006
15 –0.021 0.004
15
1)
– 0.006
25 –0.013 0.006
25
1)
– No influence
40 –0.018 No influence
40
1)
– 0.006
50 –0.017 0.006
1)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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10.1.7 Operating conditions
Installation
Installation instructions see Page 14 ff.
Inlet and outlet runs There are no installation requirements regarding inlet and outlet runs.
Length of connecting
cable
Max. 20 meters (remote version)
System pressure see Page 15
Environment
Ambient temperature –20...+60 °C (sensor, transmitter)
Optionally: –40...+60 °C
Install the device at a shady location. Avoid direct sunlight, particularly in warm climatic
regions.
Note!
At ambient temperatures below –20 °C the readability of the display may be impaired.
Storage temperature –40...+80 °C (preferably +20 °C)
Degree of protection Standard: IP 67 (NEMA 4X) for transmitter and sensor
Shock resistance According to IEC 68-2-31
Vibration resistance Acceleration up to 1 g, 10...150 Hz, following IEC 68-2-6
Suitability for CIP cleaning yes
Suitability for SIP cleaning yes
Electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC)
To EN 61326/A1 and NAMUR recommendation NE 21
Process
Medium temperature
range
Sensor:
- Promass F, A, H: –50...+200 °C
- Promass M, I: –50...+150 °C
- Promass E: –40...+125 °C
Seals:
- Promass F, E, H, I: no internal seals
- Promass M: Viton –15...200 °C; EPDM –40...+160 °C; silicon –60...+200 °C;
Kalrez –20...+275 °C; FEP-jacketed (not for gas applications): –60...+200 °C
- Promass A (only for mounting sets with threaded connections): Viton –15...200 °C;
EPDM –40...+160 °C; silicon –60...+200 °C; Kalrez –20...+275 °C
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Limiting medium pressure
range (rated pressure)
The material load curves (pressure-temperature diagrams) for the process connections
are to be found in the following documents:
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 F, M (TI 053D/06/en)
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 E (TI 061D/06/en)
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 A (TI 054D/06/en)
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 H, I (TI 052D/06/en)
Pressure ranges of secondary containment:
- Promass F: DN 8...50: 40 bar or 600 psi; DN 80: 25 bar or 375 psi;
DN 100...150: 16 bar or 250 psi
- Promass M: 100 bar or 1500 psi
- Promass E: No secondary containment
- Promass A: 25 bar or 375 psi
- Promass H: DN 8...15: 25 bar or 375 psi; DN 25...50: 16 bar or 250 psi
- Promass I: 40 bar or 600 psi
Limiting flow See Page 101 ff. (“Measuring range”)
Select nominal diameter by optimising between required flow range and permissible
pressure loss. See Page 101 for a list of max. possible full scale values.
- The minimum recommended full scale value is approx.
1
/
20
of the max. full scale
value.
- In most applications, 20...50% of the maximum full scale value can be considered
ideal.
- Select a lower full scale value for abrasive substances such as fluids with entrained
solids (flow velocity < 1 m/s).
- For gas measurement the following rules apply:
– Flow velocity in the measuring tubes should not be more than half the sonic velocity
(0.5 Mach).
– The maximum mass flow depends on the density of the gas (see formula on
Page 102)
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Pressure loss Pressure loss depends on the properties of the fluid and on its flow. The following
formulas can be used to approximately calculate the pressure loss:
Pressure loss formulas for Promass F, M and E
Pressure loss formulas for Promass A, H and I
Reynolds number
Re J2300
1)
Re < 2300
p = pressure loss [mbar]
: = kinematic viscosity [m
2
/s]
= mass flow [kg/s]
7 = fluid density [kg/m
3
]
d = inside diameter of measuring tubes [m]
K...K2 = constants (depending on nominal diameter)
1)
To compute the pressure loss for gases, always use the formula for Re J2300.
Reynolds number
Re J2300
1)
Re < 2300
p = pressure loss [mbar]
: = kinematic viscosity [m
2
/s]
= mass flow [kg/s]
7 = fluid density [kg/m
3
]
d = inside diameter of measuring tubes [m]
K...K3 = constants (depending on nominal diameter)
1)
To compute the pressure loss for gases, always use the formula for Re J2300.
Re
2 m
·
b
5 d : 7 b b b
--------------------------- =
p K :
0.25
m
·
1.85
7
0.86 –
b b b =
p K1 : m
· K2 : b
0.25
m
·
2
b
7
------------------------------------- + b b =
m
·
Re
4 m
·
b
5 d : 7 b b b
--------------------------- =
p K :
0.25
m
·
1.75
7
0.75 – K3 m
·
2
b
7
-------------------- + b b b =
p K1 : m
· K3 m
·
2
b
7
-------------------- + b b =
m
·
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Pressure loss coefficient for Promass F
Fig. 42: Pressure loss diagram for water
DN d [m] K K1 K2
8 5.35 · 10
–3
5.70 · 10
7
9.60 · 10
7
1.90 · 10
7
15 8.30 · 10
–3
5.80 · 10
6
1.90 · 10
7
10.60 · 10
5
25 12.00 · 10
–3
1.90 · 10
6
6.40 · 10
6
4.50 · 10
5
40 17.60 · 10
–3
3.50 · 10
5
1.30 · 10
6
1.30 · 10
5
50 26.00 · 10
–3
7.00 · 10
4
5.00 · 10
5
1.40 · 10
4
80 40.50 · 10
–3
1.10 · 10
4
7.71 · 10
4
1.42 · 10
4
100 51.20 · 10
–3
3.54 · 10
3
3.54 · 10
4
5.40 · 10
3
150 68.90 b10
–3
1.36 b10
3
2.04 b10
4
6.46 b10
2
F
0
6
-
8
x
F
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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Pressure loss coefficient for Promass M
Fig. 43: Pressure loss diagram for water
1 Promass M
2 Promass M (high pressure version)
DN d [m] K K1 K2
8 5.53 · 10
–3
5.2 · 10
7
8.6 · 10
7
1.7 · 10
7
15 8.55 · 10
–3
5.3 · 10
6
1.7 · 10
7
9.7 · 10
5
25 11.38 · 10
–3
1.7 · 10
6
5.8 · 10
6
4.1 · 10
5
40 17.07 · 10
–3
3.2 · 10
5
1.2 · 10
6
1.2 · 10
5
50 25.60 · 10
–3
6.4 · 10
4
4.5 · 10
5
1.3 · 10
4
80 38.46 · 10
–3
1.4 · 10
4
8.2 · 10
4
3.7 · 10
3
High pressure version
8 4.93 · 10
–3
6.0 · 10
7
1.4 · 10
8
2.8 · 10
7
15 7.75 · 10
–3
8.0 · 10
6
2.5 · 10
7
1.4 · 10
6
25 10.20 · 10
–3
2.7 · 10
6
8.9 · 10
6
6.3 · 10
5
F
0
6
-
8
x
M
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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Pressure loss coefficient for Promass E
Fig. 44: Pressure loss diagram for water
DN d [m] K K1 K2
8 5.35 b10
–3
5.70 b10
7
7.91 b10
7
2.10 b10
7
15 8.30 b10
–3
7.62 b10
6
1.73 b10
7
2.13 b10
6
25 12.00 b10
–3
1.89 b10
6
4.66 b10
6
6.11 b10
5
40 17.60 b10
–3
4.42 b10
5
1.35 b10
6
1.38 b10
5
50 26.00 b10
–3
8.54 b10
4
4.02 b10
5
2.31 b10
4
F
0
6
-
4
x
E
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
9
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Pressure loss coefficient for Promass A
Fig. 45: Pressure loss diagram for water
1 Standard version
2 High pressure version
DN d [m] K K1 K3
1 1.10 · 10
–3
1.2 · 10
11
1.3 · 10
11
0
2 1.80 · 10
–3
1.6 · 10
10
2.4 · 10
10
0
4 3.50 · 10
–3
9.4 · 10
8
2.3 · 10
9
0
High pressure version
2 1.40 · 10
–3
5.4 · 10
10
6.6 · 10
10
0
4 3.00 · 10
–3
2.0 · 10
9
4.3 · 10
9
0
F
0
6
-
8
x
A
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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Pressure loss coefficient for Promass H
Fig. 46: Pressure loss diagram for water
DN d [m] K K1 K3
8 8.51 · 10
–3
8.04 · 10
6
3.28 · 10
7
1.15 · 10
6
15 12.00 · 10
–3
1.81 · 10
6
9.99 · 10
6
1.87 · 10
5
25 17.60 · 10
–3
3.67 · 10
5
2.76 · 10
6
4.99 · 10
4
40 25.50 · 10
–3
8.75 · 10
4
8.67 · 10
5
1.22 · 10
4
50 40.5 · 10
–3
1.35 · 10
4
1.72 · 10
5
1.20 · 10
3
Pressure loss data includes interface between measuring tube and piping
1000
100
10
1
0.1
0.01 0.1 1 10 100
[mbar]
[t/h]
DN 40 DN 50 DN 25 DN 15 DN 8
F
0
6
-
8
x
H
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
1
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Pressure loss coefficient for Promass I
Fig. 47: Pressure loss diagram for water
1 Standard versions
2 Full bore versions (*)
DN d [m] K K1 K3
8 8.55 · 10
–3
8.1 · 10
6
3.9 · 10
7
129.95 · 10
4
15 11.38 · 10
–3
2.3 · 10
6
1.3 · 10
7
23.33 · 10
4
15
1)
17.07 · 10
–3
4.1 · 10
5
3.3 · 10
6
0.01 · 10
4
25 17.07 · 10
–3
4.1 · 10
5
3.3 · 10
6
5.89 · 10
4
25
1)
25.60 · 10
–3
7.8 · 10
4
8.5 · 10
5
0.11 · 10
4
40 25.60 · 10
–3
7.8 · 10
4
8.5 · 10
5
1.19 · 10
4
40
1)
35.62 · 10
–3
1.3 · 10
4
2.0 · 10
5
0.08 · 10
4
50 35.62 · 10
–3
1.3 · 10
4
2.0 · 10
5
0.25 · 10
4
Pressure loss data includes interface between measuring tube and piping
1)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
F
0
6
-
8
x
I
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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10.1.8 Mechanical construction
Design / dimensions see Page 123 ff.
Weight - Compact version: see table below
- Remote version:
– Sensor: weight of compact version minus 2 kg
– Wall-mount housing: 5 kg
Materials Transmitter housing:
- Compact housing: stainless steel 1.4301/304
- Compact housing: powder coated die-cast aluminium
- Wall-mount housing: powder coated die-cast aluminium
Sensor housing / containment:
- Promass F: acid- and alkali-resistant outer surface
DN 8...50: stainless steel 1.4301/304
DN 80...150: stainless steel 1.4301/304 and 1.4308/304L
- Promass M: acid- and alkali-resistant outer surface
– DN 8...50: steel, chemically nickel-plated
– DN 80: stainless steel
- Promass E, A, H, I: acid- and alkali-resistant outer surface; stainless steel 1.4301/304
Connection housing, sensor (remote version):
- Stainless steel 1.4301/304
Promass F / DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 150
Weight in [kg] 11 12 14 19 30 55 96 154
Promass M / DN 8 15 25 40 50 80
Weight in [kg] 11 12 15 24 41 67
Promass E / DN 8 15 25 40 50
Weight in [kg] 8 8 10 15 22
Promass A / DN 1 2 4
Weight in [kg] 10 11 15
Promass H / DN 8 15 25 40 50
Weight in [kg] 12 13 19 36 69
Promass I / DN 8 15 15
1)
25 25
1)
40 40
1)
50
Weight in [kg] 12 15 20 20 41 41 67 67
1)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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Process connections, Promass F:
- Flanges DN 8...150, DIN / ANSI / JIS stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Flanges DN 8...80, DIN / ANSI / JIS Alloy C-22 2.4602/N 06022
- Flange DIN 11864-2 stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Tri-Clamp stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Process connections, Promass M:
- Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS stainless steel 1.4404/316L, titanium grade 2
- Flange DIN 11864-2 stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- PVDF connection to DIN / ANSI / JIS
- Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Tri-Clamp stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Process connections, Promass M (high pressure version):
- Connector stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Couplings stainless steel 1.4401/316
Process connections, Promass E:
- Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS Stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Flange DIN 11864-2 Stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- VCO connection Stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 Stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 Stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- Tri-Clamp Stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Process connections, Promass A:
- Mounting set for flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS stainless steel 1.4539/904L,
Alloy C-22 2.4602/N 06022. Loose flanges stainless steel 1.4404/316L
- VCO coupling stainless steel 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22 2.4602/N 06022
- Tri-Clamp (1/2") stainless steel 1.4539/904L
- Mounting set for SWAGELOK (1/4", 1/8") stainless steel 1.4401/316
- Mounting set for NPT-F (1/4") stainless steel 1.4539/904L,
Alloy C-22 2.4602/N 06022
Process connections, Promass H:
- Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS stainless steel 1.4301/304,
parts in contact with medium: zirconium 702
Process connections, Promass I:
- Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS stainless steel 1.4301/304,
parts in contact with medium: titanium grade 9
- Flange DIN 11864-2 titanium grade 2
- Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 titanium grade 2
- Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 titanium grade 2
- Tri-Clamp titanium grade 2
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Measuring tube(s):
- Promass F:
– DN 8...100: stainless steel 1.4539 (904L)
– DN 150: stainless steel 1.4404/316L
– DN 8...80: Alloy C-22 2.4602/N 06022
- Promass M:
– DN 8...50: titanium grade 9
– DN 80: titanium grade 2
- Promass M (high pressure version): titanium grade 9
- Promass E: stainless steel 1.4539/904L
- Promass A: stainless steel 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22 2.4602/N 06022
- Promass H: zirconium 702/R 60702
- Promass I: titanium grade 9
Seals:
- Promass F, E, H, I: welded process connections without internal seals
- Promass M: Viton, EPDM, silicon, Kalrez, FEP-jacketed (not for gas applications)
- Promass A: Viton, EPDM, silicon, Kalrez
Material load diagram The material load curves (pressure-temperature diagrams) for the process connections
are to be found in the following documents:
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 F, M (TI 053D/06/en)
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 E (TI 061D/06/en)
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 A (TI 054D/06/en)
- Technical Information Promass 80/83 H, I (TI 052D/06/en)
Process connections see Page 119
10.1.9 Human interface
Display elements - Liquid crystal display: illuminated, four lines with 16 characters per line
- Selectable display of different measured values and status variables
- 3 totalizers
Operating elements - Local operation with three optical sensors (–, +, E)
- Application specific Quick Setup menus for straightforward commissioning
Remote operation Operation by means of HART protocol
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10.1.10 Certificates and approvals
Ex approvals Information about currently available Ex versions (ATEX, FM, CSA) can be supplied by
your E+H Sales Centre on request. All explosion protection data are given in a separate
documentation which is available upon request.
Sanitary compatibility - 3A authorization (all measuring systems, except Promass H)
- EHEDG-tested (Promass A and Promass I only)
Pressure device approval Flow meters with a nominal diameter smaller or equal DN 25 are covered by Art. 3(3) of
the European directive 97/23/EG (Pressure Equipment Directive) and are designed
according to sound engineer practice. For larger nominal diameter, optional approvals
according to Cat. III are available when required (depends on fluid and process
pressure).
CE mark The measuring system is in conformity with the statutory requirements of the EC Direc-
tives. Endress+Hauser confirms successful testing of the device by affixing to it the CE
mark.
Other standards and
guidelines
EN 60529:
Degrees of protection by housing (IP code)
EN 61010:
Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, Regulation and
Laboratory Procedures.
EN 61326/A1 (IEC 1326):
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC requirements)
NAMUR NE 21:
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of imdustrial process and laboratory control
equipment.
MAMUR NE 43:
Standardisation of the signal level for the breakdown information of digital transmitters
with analogue output signal.
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10.1.11 Ordering information
The E+H service organisation can provide detailed ordering information and information
on the order codes on request.
10.1.12 Accessories
Various accessories, which can be ordered separately from Endress+Hauser, are avail-
able for the transmitter and the sensor (Page 79). The E+H service organisation can
provide detailed information on the order codes of your choice.
10.1.13 Documentation
❑ System Information Promass (SI 032D/06/en)
❑ Technical Information Promass 80/83 F, M (TI 053D/06/en)
❑ Technical Information Promass 80/83 E (TI 061D/06/en)
❑ Technical Information Promass 80/83 A (TI 054D/06/en)
❑ Technical Information Promass 80/83 H, I (TI 052D/06/en)
❑ Description of Device Functions Promass 83 (BA 060D/06/en)
❑ Supplementary documentation on Ex-ratings: ATEX, FM, CSA
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10.2 Dimensions: Wall-mount housing
Fig. 48: Dimensions of wall-mount housing
10.3 Dimensions: Stainless steel field housing
Fig. 49: Dimensions: stainless steel field housing
Esc
E - + 1
5
9
.
5
9
0
.
5
2
5
0
90
215
> 50 53 81 81
135
45
192 11.5 11.5
1
0
2
9
5
5
3
8
1
.
5
8

x

M
5
F
0
6
-
x
3
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
3
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
220 153
1
7
1
Esc
E - +
F
0
6
-
8
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
0
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
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10.4 Dimensions: Remote version
(Promass F, M, A, H, I)
Fig. 50: Dimensions of sensor connection housing (remote version),
T = dimension B in compact version with corresponding nominal diameter minus 153 mm
10.5 Dimensions: Remote version (Promass E)
Fig. 51: Dimensions of sensor connection housing of Promass E (remote version),
T = dimension B in compact version with corresponding nominal diameter minus 58 mm
10.6 Dimensions: Remote version for heating
Fig. 52: Dimensions of sensor connection housing, remote version for heating (“long-necked” version)
F
0
6
-
8
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
137.5
T
118.5
T
129
1
0
2
F
0
6
-
8
0
E
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
0
F
0
6
-
8
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
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10.7 Dimensions: Promass F
Dimensions Promass F: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Fig. 53: Dimensions Promass F: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 16: 1.4404/316L
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
100 571 324 247 220 1128 8 x Ø18 20 180 107.1 51.20
150 740 362 378 285 1330 8 x Ø22 22 240 159.3 68.90
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 40: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 95 370 4 x Ø14 16 65 17.3 5.35
15 341 266 75 95 404 4 x Ø14 16 65 17.3 8.30
25 341 266 75 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 12.00
40 376 271 105 150 550 4 x Ø18 18 110 43.1 17.60
50 424 283 141 165 715 4 x Ø18 20 125 54.5 26.00
80 505 305 200 200 840 8 x Ø18 24 160 82.5 40.50
100
2)
571 324 247 235 1128 8 x Ø22 24 190 107.1 51.20
150
2)
740 362 378 300 1370 8 x Ø26 28 250 159.3 68.90
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
2)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40 (with DN 25 flanges): 1.4404/316L
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 5.35
15 341 266 75 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 8.30
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Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 64: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 424 283 141 180 724 4 x Ø22 26 135 54.5 26.00
80 505 305 200 215 875 8 x Ø22 28 170 81.7 40.50
100
2)
571 324 247 250 1128 8 x Ø26 30 200 106.3 51.20
150
2)
740 362 378 345 1410 8 x Ø33 36 280 157.1 68.90
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
2)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 100: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 105 400 4 x Ø14 20 75 17.3 5.35
15 341 266 75 105 420 4 x Ø14 20 75 17.3 8.30
25 341 266 75 140 470 4 x Ø18 24 100 28.5 12.00
40 376 271 105 170 590 4 x Ø22 26 125 42.5 17.60
50 424 283 141 195 740 4 x Ø26 28 145 53.9 26.00
80 505 305 200 230 885 8 x Ø26 32 180 80.9 40.50
100
2)
571 324 247 265 1128 8 x Ø30 36 210 104.3 51.20
150
2)
740 362 378 355 1450 12 x Ø33 44 290 154.0 68.90
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
2)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 341 266 75 88.9 370 4 x Ø15.7 11.2 60.5 15.7 5.35
15 1/2" 341 266 75 88.9 404 4 x Ø15.7 11.2 60.5 15.7 8.30
25 1" 341 266 75 108.0 440 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 79.2 26.7 12.00
40 1 1/2" 376 271 105 127.0 550 4 x Ø15.7 17.5 98.6 40.9 17.60
50 2" 424 283 141 152.4 715 4 x Ø19.1 19.1 120.7 52.6 26.00
80 3" 505 305 200 190.5 840 4 x Ø19.1 23.9 152.4 78.0 40.50
100
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4" 571 324 247 228.6 1128 8 x Ø19.1 23.9 190.5 102.4 51.20
150
1)
6" 6" 740 362 378 279.4 8 x Ø22.4 25.4 241.3 154.2 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 341 266 75 95.2 370 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.7 5.35
15 1/2" 341 266 75 95.2 404 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.7 8.30
25 1" 341 266 75 123.9 440 4 x Ø19 17.5 88.9 26.7 12.00
40 1 1/2" 376 271 105 155.4 550 4 x Ø22.3 20.6 114.3 40.9 17.60
50 2" 424 283 141 165.1 715 8 x Ø19 22.3 127.0 52.6 26.00
80 3" 505 305 200 209.5 840 8 x Ø22.3 28.4 168.1 78.0 40.50
100
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4" 571 324 247 254.0 1128 8 x Ø22.3 31.7 200.1 102.4 51.20
150
1)
6" 740 362 378 317.5 1417 12xØ22.3 36.5 269.7 154.2 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
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Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 600: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 341 266 75 95.3 400 4 x Ø15.7 20.6 66.5 13.9 5.35
15 1/2" 341 266 75 95.3 420 4 x Ø15.7 20.6 66.5 13.9 8.30
25 1" 341 266 75 124.0 490 4 x Ø19.1 23.9 88.9 24.3 12.00
40 1 1/2" 376 271 105 155.4 600 4 x Ø22.4 28.7 114.3 38.1 17.60
50 2" 424 283 141 165.1 742 8 x Ø19.1 31.8 127.0 49.2 26.00
80 3" 505 305 200 209.6 900 8 x Ø22.4 38.2 168.1 73.7 40.50
100
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4" 571 324 247 273.1 1158 8 x Ø25.4 48.4 215.9 97.3 51.20
150
1)
6" 740 362 378 355.6 1467 12xØ28.4 47.8 292.1 154.2 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 424 283 141 155 715 4 x Ø19 16 120 50 26.00
80 505 305 200 185 832 8 x Ø19 18 150 80 40.50
100
1)
571 324 247 210 1128 8 x Ø19 18 175 100 51.20
150
1)
740 362 378 280 1354 8 x Ø23 22 240 150 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 95 370 4 x Ø15 14 70 15 5.35
15 341 266 75 95 404 4 x Ø15 14 70 15 8.30
25 341 266 75 125 440 4 x Ø19 16 90 25 12.00
40 376 271 105 140 550 4 x Ø19 18 105 40 17.60
50 424 283 141 155 715 8 x Ø19 18 120 50 26.00
80 505 305 200 200 832 8 x Ø23 22 160 80 40.50
100
1)
571 324 241 225 1128 8 x Ø23 24 185 100 51.20
150
1)
740 362 378 305 1386 12 x Ø25 28 260 150 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 115 400 4 x Ø19 20 80 15 5.35
15 341 266 75 115 425 4 x Ø19 20 80 15 8.30
25 341 266 75 130 485 4 x Ø19 22 95 25 12.00
40 376 271 105 160 600 4 x Ø23 24 120 38 17.60
50 424 283 141 165 760 8 x Ø19 26 130 50 26.00
80 505 305 200 210 890 8 x Ø23 32 170 75 40.50
100
1)
571 324 241 250 1168 8 x Ø25 36 205 100 51.20
150
1)
740 362 378 355 1498 12 x Ø33 44 295 150 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
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Dimensions Promass F: Tri-Clamp connections
Fig. 54: Dimensions Promass F: Tri-Clamp connections
Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 120 420 4 x Ø19 23 85 12 5.35
15 341 266 75 120 440 4 x Ø19 23 85 12 8.30
25 341 266 75 140 494 4 x Ø23 27 100 22 12.00
40 376 271 105 175 620 4 x Ø25 32 130 35 17.60
50 424 283 141 185 775 8 x Ø23 34 145 48 26.00
80 505 305 200 230 915 8 x Ø25 40 185 73 40.50
100
1)
571 324 247 270 1168 8 x Ø27 44 220 98 51.20
150
1)
740 362 378 365 1528 12 x Ø33 54 305 146 68.90
1)
Not available in Alloy C-22
Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1" 341 266 75 50.4 367 22.1 5.35
15 1" 341 266 75 50.4 398 22.1 8.30
25 1" 341 266 75 50.4 434 22.1 12.00
40 1 1/2" 376 271 105 50.4 560 34.8 17.60
50 2" 424 283 141 63.9 720 47.5 26.00
80 3" 505 305 200 90.9 900 72.9 40.50
100 4" 571 324 247 118.9 1128 97.4 51.20
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
1/2" Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1" 341 266 75 25.0 367 9.5 5.35
15 1" 341 266 75 25.0 398 9.5 8.30
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
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Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 55: Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling DIN 11851: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 341 266 75 Rd 34 x 1/8" 367 16 5.35
15 341 266 75 Rd 34 x 1/8" 398 16 8.30
25 341 266 75 Rd 52 x 1/6" 434 26 12.00
40 376 271 105 Rd 65 x 1/6" 560 38 17.60
50 424 283 141 Rd 78 x 1/6" 720 50 26.00
80 505 305 200 Rd 110 x 1/4" 900 81 40.50
100 571 324 247 Rd 130 x 1/4" 1128 100 51.20
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Fig. 56: Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)

Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 341 266 75 Rd 28 x 1/8" 367 10 5.35
15 341 266 75 Rd 34 x 1/8" 398 16 8.30
25 341 266 75 Rd 52 x 1/6" 434 26 12.00
40 376 271 105 Rd 65 x 1/6" 560 38 17.60
50 424 283 141 Rd 78 x 1/6" 720 50 26.00
80 505 305 200 Rd 110 x 1/4" 900 81 40.50
100 571 324 247 Rd 130 x 1/4" 1128 100 51.20
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
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207 168
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Dimensions Promass F: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)
Fig. 57: Dimensions Promass F: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)

Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF): 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 341 266 75 54 387 4 x Ø9 10 37 10 5.35
15 341 266 75 59 418 4 x Ø9 10 42 16 8.30
25 341 266 75 70 454 4 x Ø9 10 53 26 12.00
40 376 271 105 82 560 4 x Ø9 10 65 38 17.60
50 424 283 141 94 720 4 x Ø9 10 77 50 26.00
80 505 305 200 133 900 8 x Ø11 12 112 81 40.50
100 571 324 247 159 1128 8 x Ø11 14 137 100 51.20
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
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207 168
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Dimensions Promass F: ISO 2853 connections (couplings)
Fig. 58: Dimensions Promass F: ISO 2853 connections (couplings)

Coupling ISO 2853: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G
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L U di
8 341 266 75 37.13 367 22.6 5.35
15 341 266 75 37.13 398 22.6 8.30
25 341 266 75 37.13 434 22.6 12.00
40 376 271 105 52.68 560 35.6 17.60
50 424 283 141 64.16 720 48.6 26.00
80 505 305 200 91.19 900 72.9 40.50
100 571 324 247 118.21 1128 97.6 51.20
1)
Max. thread diameter to ISO 2853 Annex A
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
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Dimensions Promass F: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 59: Dimensions Promass F: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling SMS 1145: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 341 266 75 Rd 40 x 1/6" 367 22.5 5.35
15 341 266 75 Rd 40 x 1/6" 398 22.5 8.30
25 341 266 75 Rd 40 x 1/6" 434 22.5 12.00
40 376 271 105 Rd 60 x 1/6" 560 35.5 17.60
50 424 283 141 Rd 70 x 1/6" 720 48.5 26.00
80 505 305 200 Rd 98 x 1/6" 900 72.0 40.50
100 571 324 247 Rd 132 x 1/6" 1128 97.5 51.20
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass F:
Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
Fig. 60: Dimensions Promass F: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
DN L H G
8 108 62 1/2" NPT
15 110 62 1/2" NPT
25 130 62 1/2" NPT
40 155 67 1/2" NPT
50 226 79 1/2" NPT
80 280 101 1/2" NPT
100 342 115 1/2" NPT
150 440 121 1/2" NPT
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10.8 Dimensions: Promass M
Dimensions Promass M: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Fig. 61: Dimensions Promass M: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 16: PVDF
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 95 370 4 x Ø14 16 65 16.1 5.53
15 305 268 37 95 404 4 x Ø14 16 65 16.1 8.55
25 312 272 40 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 11.38
40 332 283 49 150 550 4 x Ø18 18 110 43.1 17.07
50 351 293 58 165 715 4 x Ø18 20 125 54.5 25.60
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 40: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 95 370 4 x Ø14 16 65 17.3 5.53
15 305 268 37 95 404 4 x Ø14 16 65 17.3 8.55
25 312 272 40 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 11.38
40 332 283 49 150 550 4 x Ø18 18 110 43.1 17.07
50 351 293 58 165 715 4 x Ø18 20 125 54.5 25.60
80 385 309 76 200 840 8 x Ø18 24 160 82.5 38.46
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40 (with DN 25 flanges): 1.4404/316L
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 5.53
15 305 268 37 115 440 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 8.55
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Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 64: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 351 293 58 180 724 4 x Ø22 26 135 54.5 25.60
80 385 309 76 215 875 8 x Ø22 28 170 81.7 38.46
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 100: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 95 400 4 x Ø14 20 65 17.3 5.53
15 305 268 37 95 420 4 x Ø14 20 65 17.3 8.55
25 312 272 40 115 470 4 x Ø14 24 85 28.5 11.38
40 332 283 49 150 590 4 x Ø18 26 110 43.1 17.07
50 351 293 58 165 740 4 x Ø18 28 125 54.5 25.60
80 385 309 76 230 885 8 x Ø26 32 180 80.9 38.46
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 301 266 35 88.9 370 4 x Ø15.7 11.2 60.5 15.7 5.53
15 1/2" 305 268 37 88.9 404 4 x Ø15.7 11.2 60.5 15.7 8.55
25 1" 312 272 40 108.0 440 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 79.2 26.7 11.38
40 1 1/2" 332 283 49 127.0 550 4 x Ø15.7 17.5 98.6 40.9 17.07
50 2" 351 293 58 152.4 715 4 x Ø19.1 19.1 120.7 52.6 25.60
80 3" 385 309 76 190.5 840 4 x Ø19.1 23.9 152.4 78.0 38.46
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: PVDF
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 301 266 35 88.9 370 4 x Ø15.7 16 60.5 15.7 5.53
15 1/2" 305 268 37 88.9 404 4 x Ø15.7 16 60.5 15.7 8.55
25 1" 312 272 40 108.0 440 4 x Ø15.7 18 79.2 26.7 11.38
40 1 1/2" 332 283 49 127.0 550 4 x Ø15.7 21 98.6 40.9 17.07
50 2" 351 293 58 152.4 715 4 x Ø19.1 28 120.7 52.6 25.60
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 301 266 35 95.2 370 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.7 5.53
15 1/2" 305 268 37 95.2 404 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.7 8.55
25 1" 312 272 40 123.9 440 4 x Ø19.0 17.5 88.9 26.7 11.38
40 1 1/2" 332 283 49 155.4 550 4 x Ø22.3 20.6 114.3 40.9 17.07
50 2" 351 293 58 165.1 715 8 x Ø19.0 22.3 127.0 52.6 25.60
80 3" 385 309 76 209.5 840 8 x Ø22.3 28.4 168.1 78.0 38.46
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Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 600: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 301 266 35 95.3 400 4 x Ø15.7 20.6 66.5 13.8 5.53
15 1/2" 305 268 37 95.3 420 4 x Ø15.7 20.6 66.5 13.8 8.55
25 1" 312 272 40 124.0 490 4 x Ø19.1 23.6 88.9 24.4 11.38
40 1 1/2" 332 283 49 155.4 600 4 x Ø22.4 28.7 114.3 38.1 17.07
50 2" 351 293 58 165.1 742 8 x Ø19.1 31.8 127.0 49.3 25.60
80 3" 385 309 76 209.6 900 8 x Ø22.4 38.2 168.1 73.7 38.46
Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 351 293 49.25 155 715 4 x Ø19 16 120 50 25.60
80 385 309 58 185 832 8 x Ø19 18 150 80 38.46
Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: PVDF
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 95 370 4 x Ø15 16 70 15 5.53
15 305 268 37 95 404 4 x Ø15 16 70 15 8.55
25 312 272 40 125 440 4 x Ø19 18 90 25 11.38
40 332 283 49 140 550 4 x Ø19 21 105 40 17.07
50 351 293 58 155 715 4 x Ø19 22 120 50 25.60
Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 95 370 4 x Ø15 14 70 15 5.53
15 305 268 37 95 404 4 x Ø15 14 70 15 8.55
25 312 272 40 125 440 4 x Ø19 16 90 25 11.38
40 332 283 49 140 550 4 x Ø19 18 105 40 17.07
50 351 293 58 155 715 8 x Ø19 18 120 50 25.60
80 385 309 76 200 832 8 x Ø23 22 160 80 38.46
Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 115 400 4 x Ø19 20 80 15 5.53
15 305 268 37 115 425 4 x Ø19 20 80 15 8.55
25 312 272 40 130 485 4 x Ø19 22 95 25 11.38
40 332 283 49 160 600 4 x Ø23 24 120 38 17.07
50 351 293 58 165 760 8 x Ø19 26 130 50 25.60
80 385 309 76 210 890 8 x Ø23 32 170 75 38.46
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Dimensions Promass M: Tri-Clamp connections
Fig. 62: Dimensions Promass M: Tri-Clamp connections
Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.4404/316L, titanium
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 120 420 4 x Ø19 23 85 12 5.53
15 305 268 37 120 440 4 x Ø19 23 85 12 8.55
25 312 272 40 140 494 4 x Ø23 27 100 22 11.38
40 332 283 49 175 620 4 x Ø25 32 130 35 17.07
50 351 293 58 185 775 8 x Ø23 34 145 48 25.60
80 385 309 76 230 915 8 x Ø25 40 185 73 38.46
Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1" 301 266 35 50.4 367 22.1 5.53
15 1" 305 268 37 50.4 398 22.1 8.55
25 1" 312 272 40 50.4 434 22.1 11.38
40 1 1/2" 332 283 49 50.4 560 34.8 17.07
50 2" 351 293 58 63.9 720 47.5 25.60
80 3" 385 309 76 90.9 801 72.9 38.46
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
1/2" Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1" 301 266 35 25.0 367 9.5 5.53
15 1" 305 268 37 25.0 398 9.5 8.55
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 63: Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling DIN 11851: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 Rd 34 x 1/8" 367 16 5.53
15 305 268 37 Rd 34 x 1/8" 398 16 8.55
25 312 272 40 Rd 52 x 1/6" 434 26 11.38
40 332 283 49 Rd 65 x 1/6" 560 38 17.07
50 351 293 58 Rd 78 x 1/6" 720 50 25.60
80 385 309 76 Rd 110 x 1/4" 815 81 38.46
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Fig. 64: Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 Rd 28x 1/8" 367 10 5.53
15 305 268 37 Rd 34 x 1/8" 398 16 8.55
25 312 272 40 Rd 52 x 1/6" 434 26 11.38
40 332 283 49 Rd 65 x 1/6" 560 38 17.07
50 351 293 58 Rd 78 x 1/6" 720 50 25.60
80 385 309 76 Rd 110 x 1/4" 815 81 38.46
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass M: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)
Fig. 65: Dimensions Promass M: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)

Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF): 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 301 266 35 54 367 4 x Ø9 10 37 10 5.53
15 305 268 37 59 398 4 x Ø9 10 42 16 8.55
25 312 272 40 70 434 4 x Ø9 10 53 26 11.38
40 332 283 49 82 560 4 x Ø9 10 65 38 17.07
50 351 293 58 94 720 4 x Ø9 10 77 50 25.60
80 385 309 76 133 815 8 x Ø11 12 112 81 38.46
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass M: ISO 2853 connections (couplings)
Fig. 66: Dimensions Promass M: ISO 2853 connections (couplings)

Coupling ISO 2853: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G
1)
L U di
8 301 266 35 37.13 367 22.6 5.53
15 305 268 37 37.13 398 22.6 8.55
25 312 272 40 37.13 434 22.6 11.38
40 332 283 49 52.68 560 35.6 17.07
50 351 293 58 64.16 720 48.6 25.60
80 385 309 76 91.19 815 72.9 38.46
1)
Max. thread diameter to ISO 2853 Annex A
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass M: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 67: Dimensions Promass M: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling)

Hygienic coupling SMS 1145: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 Rd 40 x 1/6" 367 22.5 5.53
15 305 268 37 Rd 40 x 1/6" 398 22.5 8.55
25 312 272 40 Rd 40 x 1/6" 434 22.5 11.38
40 332 283 49 Rd 40 x 1/6" 560 35.5 17.07
50 351 293 58 Rd 70 x 1/6" 720 48.5 25.60
80 385 309 76 Rd 98 x 1/6" 792 72.0 38.46
3-A version also available (Ra @0.8 µm/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass M (high-pressure):
1/2" NPT, 3/8" NPT and G 3/8" connections
Fig. 68: Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): 1/2" NPT, 3/8" NPT and G 3/8" connections



1/2" NPT: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 SW 1 1/16" 370 10.2 4.93
15 305 268 37 SW 1 1/16" 400 10.2 7.75
25 312 272 40 SW 1 1/16" 444 10.2 10.20
3/8" NPT: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 SW 1 5/16" 355.8 10.2 4.93
15 305 268 37 SW 1 5/16" 385.8 10.2 7.75
25 312 272 40 SW 1 5/16" 429.8 10.2 10.20
G 3/8": 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 SW 24 355.8 10.2 4.93
15 305 268 37 SW 24 385.8 10.2 7.75
25 312 272 40 SW 24 429.8 10.2 10.20
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Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): 1/2" SWAGELOK connection
Fig. 69: Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): 1/2" SWAGELOK connection

1/2" SWAGELOK: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 301 266 35 7/8" 366.4 10.2 4.93
15 305 268 37 7/8" 396.4 10.2 7.75
25 312 272 40 7/8" 440.4 10.2 10.20
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Dimensions Promass M (high-pressure):
Connector with 7/8-14UNF internal pipe thread
Fig. 70: Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): Connector with 7/8-14UNF internal pipe thread
Internal pipe thread 7/8-14UNF: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U V W di
8 301 266 35 7/8-14UNF 304 10.2 3 14 4.93
15 305 268 37 7/8-14UNF 334 10.2 3 14 7.75
25 312 272 40 7/8-14UNF 378 10.2 3 14 10.20
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Dimensions Promass M: without process connections
Fig. 71: Dimensions Promass M: without process connections
DN L J K M b
max.
b
min.
8 256 27 54 6 x M 8 12 10
8
1)
256 27 54 6 x M 8 12 10
15 286 35 56 6 x M 8 12 10
15
1)
286 35 56 6 x M 8 12 10
25 310 40 62 6 x M 8 12 10
25
1)
310 40 62 6 x M 8 12 10
40 410 53 80 8 x M 10 15 13
50 544 73 94 8 x M 10 15 13
80 644 102 128 12 x M 12 18 15
1)
High pressure version; permissible thread: A4 - 80; lubricant: Molykote P37
Tightening torque Lubricated thread O-ring
DN Nm yes/no Thickness Inside Ø
8 30.0 no 2.62 21.89
8
1)
19.3 yes 2.62 21.89
15 30.0 no 2.62 29.82
15
1)
19.3 yes 2.62 29.82
25 30.0 no 2.62 34.60
25
1)
19.3 yes 2.62 34.60
40 60.0 no 2.62 47.30
50 60.0 yes 2.62 67.95
80 100.0 yes 3.53 94.84
1)
High pressure version; permissible thread: A4 - 80; lubricant: Molykote P37
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Dimensions Promass M:
Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
Fig. 72: Dimensions Promass M: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
DN L H G
8 85 44.0 1/2" NPT
15 100 46.5 1/2" NPT
25 110 50.0 1/2" NPT
40 155 59.0 1/2" NPT
50 210 67.5 1/2" NPT
80 210 81.5 1/2" NPT
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10.9 Dimensions: Promass E
Dimensions Promass E: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Fig. 73: Dimensions Promass E: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 40: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 317 224 93 95 232 4 x Ø14 16 65 17.3 5.35
15 331 226 105 95 279 4 x Ø14 16 65 17.3 8.30
25 337 231 106 115 329 4 x Ø14 18 85 28.5 12.00
40 358 237 121 150 445 4 x Ø18 18 110 43.1 17.60
50 423 253 170 165 556 4 x Ø18 20 125 54.5 26.00
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 64: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 423 253 170 180 565 4 x Ø22 26 135 54.5 26.00
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N
1)
/ PN 100: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 317 224 93 105 261 4 x Ø14 20 75 17.3 5.35
15 331 226 105 105 295 4 x Ø14 20 75 17.3 8.30
25 337 231 106 140 360 4 x Ø18 24 100 28.5 12.00
40 358 237 121 170 486 4 x Ø22 26 125 42.5 17.60
50 423 253 170 195 581 4 x Ø26 28 145 53.9 26.00
1)
Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available
227 187
207
S
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Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 317 224 93 88.9 232 4 x Ø15.7 11.2 60.5 15.7 5.35
15 1/2" 331 226 105 88.9 279 4 x Ø15.7 11.2 60.5 15.7 8.30
25 1" 337 231 106 108.0 329 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 79.2 26.7 12.00
40 1 1/2" 358 237 121 127.0 445 4 x Ø15.7 17.5 98.6 40.9 17.60
50 2" 423 253 170 152.4 556 4 x Ø19.1 19.1 120.7 52.6 26.00
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 317 224 93 95.2 232 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.7 5.35
15 1/2" 331 226 105 95.2 279 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.7 8.30
25 1" 337 231 106 123.9 329 4 x Ø19.0 17.5 88.9 26.7 12.00
40 1 1/2" 358 237 121 155.4 445 4 x Ø22.3 20.6 114.3 40.9 17.60
50 2" 423 253 170 165.1 556 8 x Ø19.0 22.3 127.0 52.6 26.00
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 600: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 3/8" 317 224 93 95.3 261 4 x Ø15.7 20.6 66.5 13.9 5.35
15 1/2" 331 226 105 95.3 295 4 x Ø15.7 20.6 66.5 13.9 8.30
25 1" 337 231 106 124.0 380 4 x Ø19.1 23.9 88.9 24.3 12.00
40 1 1/2" 358 237 121 155.4 496 4 x Ø22.4 28.7 114.3 38.1 17.60
50 2" 423 253 170 165.1 583 8 x Ø19.1 31.8 127.0 49.2 26.00
Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 423 253 170 155 556 4 x Ø19 16 120 50 26.00
Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 317 224 93 95 232 4 x Ø15 14 70 15 5.35
15 331 226 105 95 279 4 x Ø15 14 70 15 8.30
25 337 231 106 125 329 4 x Ø19 16 90 25 12.00
40 358 237 121 140 445 4 x Ø19 18 105 40 17.60
50 423 253 170 155 556 8 x Ø19 18 120 50 26.00
Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 317 224 93 115 261 4 x Ø19 20 80 15 5.35
15 331 226 105 115 300 4 x Ø19 20 80 15 8.30
25 337 231 106 130 375 4 x Ø19 22 95 25 12.00
40 358 237 121 160 496 4 x Ø23 24 120 38 17.60
50 423 253 170 165 601 8 x Ø19 26 130 50 26.00
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Dimensions Promass E: VCO connections
Fig. 74: Dimensions Promass E: VCO connections
Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 317 224 93 120 282 4 x Ø19 23 85 12 5.35
15 331 226 105 120 315 4 x Ø19 23 85 12 8.30
25 337 231 106 140 383 4 x Ø23 27 100 22 12.00
40 358 237 121 175 515 4 x Ø25 32 130 35 17.60
50 423 253 170 185 616 8 x Ø23 34 145 48 26.00
8-VCO-4 (1/2"): 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 317 224 93 SW 1" 252 10.2 5.35
12-VCO-4 (3/4"): 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
15 331 226 105 SW 1 1/2" 305 15.7 8.30
227 187
207 168
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Dimensions Promass E: Tri-Clamp connections
Fig. 75: Dimensions Promass E: Tri-Clamp connections
Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1" 317 224 93 50.4 229 22.1 5.35
15 1" 331 226 105 50.4 273 22.1 8.30
25 1" 337 231 106 50.4 324 22.1 12.00
40 1 1/2" 358 237 121 50.4 456 34.8 17.60
50 2" 423 253 170 63.9 562 47.5 26.00
3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
1/2"-Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1/2" 317 224 93 25.0 229 9.5 5.35
15 1/2" 331 226 105 25.0 273 9.5 8.30
3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
227 187
207 168
C
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Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 76: Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling DIN 11851: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 317 224 93 Rd 34 x 1/8" 229 16 5.35
15 331 226 105 Rd 34 x 1/8" 273 16 8.30
25 337 231 106 Rd 52 x 1/6" 324 26 12.00
40 358 237 121 Rd 65 x 1/6" 456 38 17.60
50 423 253 170 Rd 78 x 1/6" 562 50 26.00
3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
227 187
207 168
C
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Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Fig. 77: Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 317 224 93 Rd 28 x 1/8" 229 10 5.35
15 331 226 105 Rd 34 x 1/8" 273 16 8.30
25 337 231 106 Rd 52 x 1/6" 324 26 12.00
40 358 237 121 Rd 65 x 1/6" 456 38 17.60
50 423 253 170 Rd 78 x 1/6" 562 50 26.00
3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
227 187
207 168
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Dimensions Promass E: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)
Fig. 78: Dimensions Promass E: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)
Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF): 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8 317 224 93 54 249 4 x Ø9 10 37 10 5.35
15 331 226 105 59 293 4 x Ø9 10 42 16 8.30
25 337 231 106 70 344 4 x Ø9 10 53 26 12.00
40 358 237 121 82 456 4 x Ø9 10 65 38 17.60
50 423 253 170 94 562 4 x Ø9 10 77 50 26.00
3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
227 187
207 168
C
B
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Dimensions Promass E: ISO 2853 connection (couplings)
Fig. 79: Dimensions Promass E: ISO 2853 connection (couplings)
Coupling ISO 2853: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G
1)
L U di
8 317 224 93 37.13 229 22.6 5.35
15 331 226 105 37.13 273 22.6 8.30
25 337 231 106 37.13 324 22.6 12.00
40 358 237 121 52.68 456 35.6 17.60
50 423 253 170 64.16 562 48.6 26.00
1)
Max. thread diameter to ISO 2853 Annex A, 3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
227 187
207 168
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Dimensions Promass E: SMS 1145 connection (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 80: Dimensions Promass E: SMS 1145 connection (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling SMS 1145: 1.4404/316L
DN A B C G L U di
8 317 224 93 Rd 40 x 1/6" 229 22.5 5.35
15 331 226 105 Rd 40 x 1/6" 273 22.5 8.30
25 337 231 106 Rd 40 x 1/6" 324 22.5 12.00
40 358 237 121 Rd 60 x 1/6" 456 35.5 17.60
50 423 253 170 Rd 70 x 1/6" 562 48.5 26.00
3A version also available (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
227 187
207 168
C
B
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–2.0
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10.10 Dimensions: Promass A
Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection (welded)
Fig. 81: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection (welded)
4-VCO-4 connection: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
DN A B C E F G K L M P U / di
1
1)
305 273 32 228 160 SW 11/16" 145 290 165 120 1.1
2
1)
305 273 32 310 160 SW 11/16" 145 372 165 120 1.8
2
2)
305 273 32 310 160 SW 11/16" 145 372 165 120 1.4
4
1)
315 283 32 435 220 SW 11/16" 175 497 195 150 3.5
4
2)
315 283 32 435 220 SW 11/16" 175 497 195 150 3.0
1)
3-A version also available (Ra @0.4 2m/240 grit). For 1.4539/904L only
2)
High pressure version
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Dimensions Promass A: 1/2" Tri-Clamp connection (welded)
Fig. 82: Dimensions Promass A: 1/2" Tri-Clamp connection (welded)
1/2" Tri-Clamp connection / 3-A version
1)
: 1.4539/904L
DN A B C E F G K L M P U di
1 305 273 32 228 160 25 145 296 165 120 9.5 1.1
2 305 273 32 310 160 25 145 378 165 120 9.5 1.8
4 315 283 32 435 220 25 175 503 195 150 9.5 3.5
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 µm/240 grit)
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Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set
DN 15 flange (DIN, JIS ) or 1/2" flange (ANSI)
Fig. 83: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set DN 15 flange (DIN, JIS)
or 1/2" flange (ANSI)
Mounting set DN 15 flange (DIN) PN 40: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C E F G K L M N P S LK U di
1 305 273 32 228 160 95 145 393 165 4 x Ø14 120 28 65 17.3 1.1
2 305 273 32 310 160 95 145 475 165 4 x Ø14 120 28 65 17.3 1.8
4 315 283 32 435 220 95 175 600 195 4 x Ø14 150 28 65 17.3 3.5
Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Mounting set DN 15 flange (JIS) 10K: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C E F G K L M N P S LK U di
1 305 273 32 228 160 95 145 393 165 4 x Ø15 120 20 70 15.0 1.1
2 305 273 32 310 160 95 145 475 165 4 x Ø15 120 20 70 15.0 1.8
4 315 283 32 435 220 95 175 600 195 4 x Ø15 150 20 70 15.0 3.5
Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Mounting set DN 15 flange (JIS) 20K: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C E F G K L M N P S LK U di
1 305 273 32 228 160 95 145 393 165 4 x Ø15 120 14 70 15.0 1.1
2 305 273 32 310 160 95 145 475 165 4 x Ø15 120 14 70 15.0 1.8
4 315 283 32 435 220 95 175 600 195 4 x Ø15 150 14 70 15.0 3.5
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Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/4" NPT-F
Fig. 84: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/4" NPT-F
Mounting set 1/2" flange (ANSI) Cl 150: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C E F G K L M N P S LK U di
1 1/24" 305 273 32 228 160 88.9 145 393 165 4 x Ø15.7 120 17.7 60.5 15.7 1.1
2 1/12" 305 273 32 310 160 88.9 145 475 165 4 x Ø15.7 120 17.7 60.5 15.7 1.8
4 1/8" 315 283 32 435 220 88.9 175 600 195 4 x Ø15.7 150 17.7 60.5 15.7 3.5
Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Mounting set 1/2" flange (ANSI) Cl 300: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C E F G K L M N P S LK U di
1 1/24" 305 273 32 228 160 95.2 145 393 165 4 x Ø15.7 120 20.7 66.5 15.7 1.1
2 1/12" 305 273 32 310 160 95.2 145 475 165 4 x Ø15.7 120 20.7 66.5 15.7 1.8
4 1/8" 315 283 32 435 220 95.2 175 600 195 4 x Ø15.7 150 20.7 66.5 15.7 3.5
Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.4404/316L
Mounting set 1/4" NPT-F connection: 1.4539/904L, Alloy C-22
DN A B C E F G K L M P U di
1 305 273 32 228 160 SW 3/4" 145 361 165 120 1/4"-NPT 1.1
2 305 273 32 310 160 SW 3/4" 145 443 165 120 1/4"-NPT 1.8
2
1)
305 273 32 310 160 SW 3/4" 145 443 165 120 1/4"-NPT 1.4
4 315 283 32 435 220 SW 3/4" 175 568 195 150 1/4"-NPT 3.5
4
1)
315 283 32 435 220 SW 3/4" 175 568 195 150 1/4"-NPT 3.0
1)
High pressure version available in 1.4539/904L only
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Dimensions Promass A:
4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/8" or 1/4" SWAGELOK
Fig. 85: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/8" or 1/4" SWAGELOK
Mounting set SWAGELOK connection: 1.4401/316
DN A B C E F G K L M P U di
1 305 273 32 228 160 SW 7/16" 145 359.6 165 120 1/8" 1.1
1 305 273 32 228 160 SW 9/16" 145 359.6 165 120 1/4" 1.1
2 305 273 32 310 160 SW 7/16" 145 441.6 165 120 1/8" 1.8
2 305 273 32 310 160 SW 9/16" 145 441.6 165 120 1/4" 1.8
2
1)
305 273 32 310 160 SW 7/16" 145 441.6 165 120 1/8" 1.4
2
1)
305 273 32 310 160 SW 9/16" 145 441.6 165 120 1/4" 1.4
4 315 283 32 435 220 SW 9/16" 175 571.6 195 150 1/4" 3.5
4
1)
315 283 32 435 220 SW 9/16" 175 571.6 195 150 1/4" 3.0
1)
High pressure version
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Dimensions Promass A:
Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
Fig. 86: Dimensions Promass A: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
DN L H G
1 92.0 102.0 1/2" NPT
2 130.0 102.0 1/2" NPT
4 192.5 192.5 1/2" NPT
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10.11 Dimensions: Promass H
Dimensions Promass H: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Fig. 87: Dimensions Promass H: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium zirconium 702
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C D G L N S LK U di
8
1)
384 280 104 41 95 336 4 x Ø14 20 65 17.30 8.51
15 385 280 105 41 95 440 4 x Ø14 20 65 17.30 12.00
25 401 280 121 41 115 580 4 x Ø14 19 85 28.50 17.60
40 475 304 171 65 150 794 4 x Ø18 21.5 110 43.10 25.50
50 556 315 241 76 165 1071 4 x Ø18 23.5 125 54.50 40.50
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium zirconium 702
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C D G L N S LK U di
8
1)
3/8" 384 280 104 41 88.9 336 4 x Ø15.7 12.8 60.5 15.70 8.51
15 1/2" 385 280 105 41 88.9 440 4 x Ø15.7 12.8 60.5 15.70 12.00
25 1" 401 280 121 41 108.0 580 4 x Ø15.7 15.1 79.2 26.70 17.60
40 1 1/2" 475 304 171 65 127.0 794 4 x Ø15.7 17.5 98.6 40.90 25.50
50 2" 556 315 241 76 152.4 1071 4 x Ø19.1 23.6 120.7 52.60 40.50
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
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Dimensions Promass H:
purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
Fig. 88: Dimensions Promass H: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium zirconium 702
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C D G L N S LK U di
8
1)
3/8" 384 280 104 41 95.2 336 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.70 8.51
15 1/2" 385 280 105 41 95.2 440 4 x Ø15.7 14.2 66.5 15.70 12.00
25 1" 401 280 121 41 124.0 580 4 x Ø19.1 17.5 88.9 26.70 17.60
40 1 1/2" 475 304 171 65 155.4 794 4 x Ø22.3 20.6 114.3 40.90 25.50
50 2" 556 315 241 76 165.1 1071 8 x Ø19.1 23.6 127 52.60 40.50
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium zirconium 702
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C D G L N S LK U di
8
1)
384 280 104 41 95 336 4 x Ø15 14 70 15.00 8.51
15 385 280 105 41 95 440 4 x Ø15 14 70 15.00 12.00
25 401 280 121 41 125 580 4 x Ø19 16 90 25.00 17.60
40 475 304 171 65 140 794 4 x Ø19 18 105 40.00 25.50
50 556 315 241 76 155 1071 8 x Ø19 22 120 50.00 40.50
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
DN L H A G
8 55 82 25 1/2" NPT
15 102 82 25 1/2" NPT
25 172 82 25 1/2" NPT
40 263 102 45 1/2" NPT
50 381.5 119.5 58 1/2" NPT
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10.12 Dimensions: Promass I
Dimensions Promass I: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Fig. 89: Dimensions Promass I: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
350 291 59 95 402 4 x Ø14 20 65 17.30 8.55
15 350 291 59 95 438 4 x Ø14 20 65 17.30 11.38
15
2)
350 291 59 95 572 4 x Ø14 19 65 17.07 17.07
25 350 291 59 115 578 4 x Ø14 23 85 28.50 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 115 700 4 x Ø14 22 85 25.60 25.60
40 377 305 72 150 708 4 x Ø18 26 110 43.10 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 150 819 4 x Ø18 24 110 35.62 35.62
50 406 320 86 165 827 4 x Ø18 28 125 54.50 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 64: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 406 320 86 180 832 4 x Ø22 34 135 54.5 35.62
Flange DIN 2501 / PN 100: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
350 291 59 105 402 4 x Ø14 25 75 17.30 8.55
15 350 291 59 105 438 4 x Ø14 25 75 17.30 11.38
15
2)
350 291 59 105 578 4 x Ø14 26 75 17.07 17.07
25 350 291 59 140 578 4 x Ø18 29 100 28.50 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 140 706 4 x Ø18 31 100 25.60 25.60
40 377 305 72 170 708 4 x Ø22 32 125 42.50 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 170 825 4 x Ø22 33 125 35.62 35.62
50 406 320 86 195 832 4 x Ø26 36 145 53.90 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
3/8" 350 291 59 88.9 402 4 x Ø15.7 20 60.5 15.70 8.55
15 1/2" 350 291 59 88.9 438 4 x Ø15.7 20 60.5 15.70 11.38
15
2)
1/2" 350 291 59 88.9 572 4 x Ø15.7 19 60.5 17.07 17.07
25 1" 350 291 59 108.0 578 4 x Ø15.7 23 79.2 26.70 17.07
25
2)
1" 377 305 72 108.0 700 4 x Ø15.7 22 79.2 25.60 25.60
40 1 1/2" 377 305 72 127.0 708 4 x Ø15.7 26 98.6 40.90 25.60
40
2)
1 1/2" 406 320 86 127.0 819 4 x Ø15.7 24 98.6 35.62 35.62
50 2" 406 320 86 152.4 827 4 x Ø19.1 28 120.7 52.60 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
3/8" 350 291 59 95.3 402 4 x Ø15.7 20 66.5 15.70 8.55
15 1/2" 350 291 59 95.3 438 4 x Ø15.7 20 66.5 15.70 11.38
15
2)
1/2" 350 291 59 95.3 572 4 x Ø15.7 19 66.5 17.07 17.07
25 1" 350 291 59 124.0 578 4 x Ø19.1 23 88.9 26.70 17.07
25
2)
1" 377 305 72 124.0 700 4 x Ø19.1 22 88.9 25.60 25.60
40 1 1/2" 377 305 72 155.4 708 4 x Ø22.4 26 114.3 40.90 25.60
40
2)
1 1/2" 406 320 86 155.4 819 4 x Ø22.4 24 114.3 35.62 35.62
50 2" 406 320 86 165.1 827 8 x Ø19.1 28 127.0 52.60 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 600: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
3/8" 350 291 59 95.3 402 4 x Ø15.7 20 66.5 13.80 8.55
15 1/2" 350 291 59 95.3 438 4 x Ø15.7 20 66.5 13.80 11.38
15
2)
1/2" 350 291 59 95.3 578 4 x Ø15.7 22 66.5 17.07 17.07
25 1" 350 291 59 124.0 578 4 x Ø19.1 23 88.9 24.40 17.07
25
2)
1" 377 305 72 124.0 706 4 x Ø19.1 25 88.9 25.60 25.60
40 1 1/2" 377 305 72 155.4 708 4 x Ø22.4 28 114.3 38.10 25.60
40
2)
1 1/2" 406 320 86 155.4 825 4 x Ø22.4 29 114.3 35.62 35.62
50 2" 406 320 86 165.1 832 8 x Ø19.1 33 127.0 49.30 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
50 406 320 86 155 827 4 x Ø19 28 120 50 35.62
Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
350 291 59 95 402 4 x Ø15 20 70 15.00 8.55
15 350 291 59 95 438 4 x Ø15 20 70 15.00 11.38
15
2)
350 291 59 95 572 4 x Ø15 19 70 17.07 17.07
25 350 291 59 125 578 4 x Ø19 23 90 25.00 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 125 700 4 x Ø19 22 90 25.60 25.60
40 377 305 72 140 708 4 x Ø19 26 105 40.00 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 140 819 4 x Ø19 24 105 35.62 35.62
50 406 320 86 155 827 8 x Ø19 28 120 50.00 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
350 291 59 115 402 4 x Ø19 25 80 15.00 8.55
15 350 291 59 115 438 4 x Ø19 25 80 15.00 11.38
15
2)
350 291 59 115 578 4 x Ø19 26 80 17.07 17.07
25 350 291 59 130 578 4 x Ø19 27 95 25.00 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 130 706 4 x Ø19 29 95 25.60 25.60
40 377 305 72 160 708 4 x Ø23 30 120 38.00 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 160 825 4 x Ø23 31 120 35.62 35.62
50 406 320 86 165 827 8 x Ø19 32 130 50.00 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9
Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2m
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
1)
350 291 59 120 402 4 x Ø19 28 85 12.00 8.55
15 350 291 59 120 438 4 x Ø19 28 85 12.80 11.38
15
2)
350 291 59 120 578 4 x Ø19 29 85 17.07 17.07
25 350 291 59 140 578 4 x Ø23 30 100 22.00 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 140 706 4 x Ø23 32 100 25.60 25.60
40 377 305 72 175 708 4 x Ø25 36 130 35.00 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 175 825 4 x Ø25 37 130 35.62 35.62
50 406 320 86 185 832 8 x Ø23 40 145 48.00 35.62
1)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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Dimensions Promass I: Tri-Clamp connections
Fig. 90: Dimensions Promass I: Tri-Clamp connections
Tri-Clamp / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1" 350 291 59 50.4 427 22.1 8.55
15 1" 350 291 59 50.4 463 22.1 11.38
15
2)
see 3/4" Tri-Clamp connection
25 1" 350 291 59 50.4 603 22.1 17.07
25
2)
1" 377 305 72 50.4 730 22.1 25.60
40 1 1/2" 377 305 72 50.4 731 34.8 25.60
40
2)
1 1/2" 406 320 86 50.4 849 34.8 35.62
50 2" 406 320 86 63.9 850 47.5 35.62
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
1/2" Tri-Clamp / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 1/2" 350 291 59 25.0 426 9.5 8.55
15 1/2" 350 291 59 25.0 462 9.5 11.38
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
3/4" Tri-Clamp / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN Clamp A B C G L U di
8 3/4" 350 291 59 25.0 426 16.0 8.55
15 3/4" 350 291 59 25.0 462 16.0 11.38
15
2)
3/4" 350 291 59 25.0 602 16.0 17.07
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
2)
DN 15 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
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Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 91: Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN A B C G L U di
8 350 291 59 Rd 34 x 1/8" 427 16 8.55
15 350 291 59 Rd 34 x 1/8" 463 16 11.38
15
2)
350 291 59 Rd 34 x 1/8" 602 16 17.07
25 350 291 59 Rd 52 x 1/6" 603 26 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 Rd 52 x 1/6" 736 26 25.60
40 377 305 72 Rd 65 x 1/6" 731 38 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 Rd 65 x 1/6" 855 38 35.62
50 406 320 86 Rd 78 x 1/6" 856 50 35.62
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 Rd 28 x 1/8" / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN A B C G L U di
8 350 291 59 Rd 28 x 1/8" 426 10 8.55
15 350 291 59 Rd 28 x 1/8" 462 10 11.38
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
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Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Fig. 92: Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings)
Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN A B C G L U di
8
2)
350 291 59 Rd 28 x 1/8" 428 10 8.55
15 350 291 59 Rd 34 x 1/8" 463 16 11.38
15
3)
350 291 59 Rd 34 x 1/8" 602 16 17.07
25 350 291 59 Rd 52 x 1/6" 603 26 17.07
25
3)
377 305 72 Rd 52 x 1/6" 734 26 25.60
40 377 305 72 Rd 65 x 1/6" 731 38 25.60
40
3)
406 320 86 Rd 65 x 1/6" 855 38 35.62
50 406 320 86 Rd 78 x 1/6" 856 50 35.62
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
2)
DN 8 with DN 10 threaded adapters
3)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
F
0
6
-
8
3
I
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
0
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
4
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Dimensions Promass I: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)
Fig. 93: Dimensions Promass I: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF)
Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN A B C G L N S LK U di
8
2)
350 291 59 54 449 4 x Ø9 10 37 10 8.55
15 350 291 59 59 485 4 x Ø9 10 42 16 11.38
25 350 291 59 70 625 4 x Ø9 10 53 26 17.07
40 377 305 72 82 753 4 x Ø9 10 65 38 25.60
50 406 320 86 94 874 4 x Ø9 10 77 50 35.62
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
2)
DN 8 with DN 10 flanges
F
0
6
-
8
3
I
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
0
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
5
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Dimensions Promass I: ISO 2853 connections (couplings)
Fig. 94: Dimensions Promass I: ISO 2853 connections (couplings)
Coupling ISO 2853 / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN A B C G L U di
8
2)
350 291 59 37.13 435 22.6 8.55
15 350 291 59 37.13 471 22.6 11.38
15
3)
350 291 59 37.13 610 22.6 17.07
25
3)
377 305 72 37.13 744 22.6 25.60
40 377 305 72 50.65 737 35.6 25.60
40
3)
406 320 86 50.65 859 35.6 35.62
50 406 320 86 64.16 856 48.6 35.62
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2m/240 grit)
2)
DN 8 with DN 15 threaded adapters as standard
3)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
F
0
6
-
8
3
I
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
0
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
6
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Dimensions Promass I: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling)
Fig. 95: Dimensions Promass I: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling)
Hygienic coupling SMS 1145 / 3-A version
1)
: titanium grade 2
DN A B C G L U di
8 350 291 59 Rd 40 x 1/6" 427 22.5 8.55
15 350 291 59 Rd 40 x 1/6" 463 22.5 11.38
25 350 291 59 Rd 40 x 1/6" 603 22.5 17.07
25
2)
377 305 72 Rd 40 x 1/6" 736 22.5 25.60
40 377 305 72 Rd 60 x 1/6" 738 35.5 25.60
40
2)
406 320 86 Rd 60 x 1/6" 857 35.5 35.62
50 406 320 86 Rd 70 x 1/6" 858 48.5 35.62
1)
3-A version (Ra @0.8 2m/150 grit)
2)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
F
0
6
-
8
3
I
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
0
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
2
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Dimensions Promass I:
Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
Fig. 96: Dimensions Promass I: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring
DN L H G
8
2)
61 90.65 1/2" NPT
15 79 90.65 1/2" NPT
15
1)
79 90.65 1/2" NPT
25 148 90.65 1/2" NPT
25
1)
148 90.65 1/2" NPT
40 196 103.35 1/2" NPT
40
1)
196 103.35 1/2" NPT
50 244 117.75 1/2" NPT
1)
DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I
2)
DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard
F
0
6
-
8
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
0
6
-
0
5
-
x
x
-
x
x
-
0
0
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Index
A
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Accuracy
see Performance characteristics
Advanced Diagnostics (optional software) . . . . . . . 73
Ambient temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Applicator (selection and configuration software) . . 80
Auxiliary input
see Status input
B
Batching
Quick Setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Using the display as a batch controller . . . . . . . 34
Boards
see Spare parts
C
Cable entries
Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Cable specifications (remote version) . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Calibration factor (default) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
CE mark (declaration of conformity) . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
CIP cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78, 109
Cleaning
CIP cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Exterior cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
SIP cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Code entry (function matrix) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Commissioning
“Batching” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
“Commissioning” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
“Gas Measurement” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
“Pulsating Flow” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Advanced diagnostic functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Concentration measurement functions . . . . . . . . 68
Configuring relay contact (NC/NO) . . . . . . . . . . 76
Configuring the current output (active/passive) . 75
Density adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Zero point adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Commubox FXA 191 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Concentration measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Configuring current input/output (active/passive) . . 75
Connection
see Electrical connection
Current output
Configuration active/passive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
D
Data storage (S-DAT, T-DAT, F-CHIP) . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Declaration of conformity (CE mark) . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Declaration of contamination (form for repairs) . . . . . 8
Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 109
Density adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Density functions
see Concentration measurement
Design
see Dimensions
Designated use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Device designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Device functions
see “Description of Device Functions” Manual
Diagnosis functions, advanced (optional software) . 73
Dimensions
Promass A / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Promass E / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Promass F / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Promass H / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Promass I / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Promass M / process connections . . . . . . . . . . 135
Remote version (Promass E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Remote version (Promass F, M, A, H, I) . . . . . . . 124
Remote version for heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Stainless steel field housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Display
Display and operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Readings displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Turning the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Using the display as a batch controller . . . . . . . . 34
Documentation, additional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
E
Electrical connection
Cable specifications (remote version) . . . . . . . . . 24
Commubox FXA 191 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
HART handheld communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Post connection check (checklist) . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Remote version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Transmitter, terminal assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Electronics boards (replacing, installing)
Field housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Environment conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Error limits
see Performance characteristics
Error messages
Display mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Process errors (application errors) . . . . . . . . . . . 89
System errors (device errors) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Error response (inputs/outputs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Error types (system and process errors) . . . . . . . . . 37
European Pressure Equipment Directive . . . . . . . . 121
Ex certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
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Exchange
Device fuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Printed circuit boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Seals (for Promass A and M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Exterior cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
F
F-CHIP (Function-Chip) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
FieldCheck (tester and simulator) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
FieldTool (configuration and service software) . . . . 80
Fitting length
see Dimensions
Fluid pressure range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Fluid temperature ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Frequency output
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Function check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Function descriptions
see “Description of Device Functions” manual
Function matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Functions, function blocks, function groups . . . . . . 35
Fuse, replacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
G
Galvanic isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Gas measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
H
HART
Command groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Command numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Device status, error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Handheld communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Operating possibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Switching write protection on and off . . . . . . . . . 52
Hazardous substances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Heating (general notes, insulation, etc.) . . . . . . . . . 18
HOME position (operating mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
I
Incoming acceptance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Inlet runs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Input signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Input variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Inputs/outputs, response to errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Installation conditions
Dimensions, fitting lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Fluid temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Inlet and outlet runs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Orientation (vertical, horizontal) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
System pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Vertical pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Vibrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Insulation for sensor, heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
L
Limiting flow
see Measuring range
Limiting medium pressure range . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Local display
see Display
Low flow cutoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
M
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Material load curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Measured variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Measuring accuracy
see Performance characteristics
Measuring principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Measuring range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Measuring system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Mounting the sensor
see Installation conditions
Mounting the wall-mount housing (remote version) 20
N
Nameplate
Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
NC (relay contact) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
NO (relay contact) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Nominal pressure
see Limiting medium pressure range
O
Operable flow range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Operation
Display and operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
FieldtooI (configuration and service software) . . 39
Function matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
HART handheld communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Operational safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Ordering code
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Ordering information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Outlet runs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Output signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Output variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
P
Performance characteristics
Influence of fluid pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Influence of fluid temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Maximum measured error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Reference operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Repeatability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Post-installation check (checklist) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
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Power supply (voltage supply) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Power supply failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Pressure device approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Pressure loss (formulas, pressure loss diagrams) . 111
Pressure monitoring connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Pressure range
see Limiting medium pressure range
Printed circuit boards (removing/installing)
Field housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Process connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Process errors
Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Process error messages (display) . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Process errors without messages . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Programming mode
Disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Pulsating flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Pulse output
see Frequency output
Pumps
Mounting location, system pressure . . . . . . . . . . 15
Pump types, pulsating flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Purge connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Q
Quick Setup
Batching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Gas Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Pulsating flows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
R
Registered trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Relay output
Configuring relay contact (NC, NO) . . . . . . . . . . 76
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Repeatability (measuring accuracy) . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Returning devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
S
Safety icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safety of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safety regulation form
see Declaration of contamination
Sanitary compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
S-DAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Seals
Fluid temperature ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Secondary containment
Gas purging, pressure monitoring connections . 77
Pressure range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Sensor installation
see Installation conditions
Serial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 10
Shock resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Signal on alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
SIP cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78, 109
Software
Amplifier display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Versions (history) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Standards, guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Status input
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Supplementary Ex documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Supply voltage (power supply) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Switching output
see Relay output
System error
Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
System error messages (display) . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
System pressure, requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
T
T-DAT (Transmitter-DAT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Temperature ranges
Ambient temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Fluid temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Storage temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Transmitter
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Installing the wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Turning the field housing (aluminum) . . . . . . . . . 19
Turning the field housing (stainless steel) . . . . . . 19
Transporting the sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Trouble-shooting and remedy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
U
User interface
see Display
V
Vertical pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Vibration resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Vibrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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Wall-mount housing, installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Wiring
see Electrical connection
Z
Zero point adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
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Brief operating instructions

PROline Promass 83

Brief operating instructions
These brief operating instructions show you how to configure your measuring device quickly and easily:
Safety instructions Page 7

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Installation Page 13

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Wiring Page 23

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Switching on the measuring device Page 53

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Display and operating elements Page 31

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Commissioning with “QUICK SETUP” You can commission your measuring device quickly and easily, using the special “Quick Setup” menu. It enables you to configure important basic functions using the local display, for example display language, measured variables, units of measures, type of signal, etc. The following adjustments can be made separately as necessary: – Zero point adjustment – Density adjustment Page 54 ff.

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Application specific QUICK SETUPs In “Quick Setup” mode you have the option of launching other, applicationspecific Quick Setups, for instance the menu for measuring pulsating flow, etc. Page 55 ff.

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Customer specific configuration Complex measuring operations necessitate additional functions that you can configure as necessary with the aid of the function matrix, and customise to suit your process parameters. Page 35 ff.

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Note: All functions are described in detail, as is the function matrix itself, in the “Description of Device Functions” manual, which is a separate part of these Operating Instructions.

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Trouble-shooting / Remedy Always start trouble-shooting with the checklist on Page 81, if faults occur after start-up or during operation. The routine takes you directly to the cause of the problem and the appropriate remedial measures. Returning devices If you return a measuring device to Endress+Hauser for repair or calibration, you must complete the “Declaration of contamination” form and enclose it with the device. You will find a preprinted blank of this form at the back of this manual. Page 81 ff.

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QUICK SETUP “Commissioning”

QUICK SETUP “Commissioning”

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QS 1002 Commission Language Defaults
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HOME-POSITION


Mass flow Unit 0400 Mass flow Unit 3001 Totalizer Volume flow Unit 0402 Volume flow Unit 3001 Totalizer Corr. Vol. flow

Selection system units Density Unit 0420 Density Temperature Unit 0422 Temperature Quit

Unit 0404 Corr. Vol. flow Corr. Vol. 6460 calculation Density

Reference Unit 0421 Ref. Density
6461

Calculated
6462

Exp. Coeff. Lin
6463

Fix. Density

Exp. Coeff. SQR
6464

Reference temp. Yes

Configure another system unit ?

No


Current output n

Selection output type Freq./Pulse output n
4200

Quit

Operation Mode Frequency Assign 4000 Current output
4001

Pulse Assign 4221 Pulse output
4222

Assign 4201 Freq. output
4203

Current span
4002

End value freq.
4204

Pulse value
4223

Value 0/4 mA
4003

Value F Low
4205

Pulse width
4225

Value 20 mA
4004

Value F High
4206

Meas. mode
4226

Meas. mode
4005

Meas. mode
4207

Output signal
4227

Time constant
4006

Output signal
4208

Failsafe mode

Failsafe mode

Time constant
4209

Failsafe mode Yes

Configure another output ?

No

Yes Automatic parameterization of the display

Automatic configuration of display ?

No

Carrying out another Quick Setup ? Batching Pulsating flow Gas measurement No

Carrying out the selected Quick Setup

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 6. . .8 9. . . . . . . . . . transport and storage 3. . . 4. . . . . . . . . . .4 Quick Setup “Batching” . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Heating. . . . . . .1. . . . . . 81 System error messages . . . . . .1. 92 Spare parts . . Degree of protection . . . . . commissioning and operation . . . . . .1 1. . 10 Registered trademarks . . . . .2. .3 Universal / Common practice HART commands .2 Cable specifications .1 Transmitter (aluminium) . . Installation instructions . . .1 Turning the transmitter housing . . . . . . . . . . . 53 6. . .2. . 3. . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . .2 Device and process variables . . 4. . . . . .4 9. . . 4. . Post installation check . . Post connection check . . . . . . . .1 Connecting the sensor . . . . . . . .2 Nameplate of the sensor. . . . . . . .1 Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 7 8 8 5 5.2 2. . . . . . . . . . 31 Brief operating instructions to the function matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 7 8 9 9. . . . . . .3 9. . . . 89 Process errors without messages . Notes on safety conventions and icons . .2. . .1. . . . . . . . .4. . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 5. .2. . 35 Error messages . 91 Response of outputs to errors . . . . . 62 6. . . 47 5. . . 95 Replacing the device fuse . . . . 3. .2 9. . . thermal insulation . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 5. .2. . . . . . . . 3. .3 Storage . . . 7 Designated use . 65 6. . . . . . . . . . . . .2 5. . 31 Display and operating elements . . . 77 Installation .1. . . . .10 Current output: active/passive . . . . . .5 Switching HART write protection on and off . . . 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 16 18 18 18 18 19 19 20 22 22 6.5 Quick Setup “Gas Measurement” . 52 2 2. . . . . 53 Function check . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . 3. . . . . . . . . 13 Incoming acceptance. . . . . F-Chip) . . 79 Trouble-shooting . . . . . . . . . . .1 Nameplate of the transmitter . . . . . . . . . . .2 Transport . .4 Operation . . . 75 6. . . . . 54 6. .2 Installing the wall-mount transmitter housing . . . . . . . Installation.4. 76 Purge and pressure monitoring connections . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 5. . .PROline Promass 83 Contents Contents 1 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 6. .1. . . . .7 9. . . . . . . . . . . . 68 6. . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. 3.1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . .2 Quick Setup “Commissioning” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Operating options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Density adjustment . . . 3. . . . .9 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . .3 Turning the local display. . . . . . . . .1 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . declaration of conformity . . . . . .2 3. .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Data storage device (DAT. . . . . . . 53 Commissioning . . .3 Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow” . . . . . . 23 Connecting the remote version . . . . .4 3. . 10 CE mark. . . . . . . . . . . . . Operational safety . . . . . . . . . . .6 Zero point adjustment . . . . .2. .11 Relay contacts: Normally closed/Normally open . . . . 100 4 4. . . . . . . . 37 Communication (HART) . . . . . . . .3 6. . . .6 Vibrations . .3. .2. . . . . . . . .2 3.1. . . .3 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Incoming acceptance . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 HART connection . . . . . . . . . 23 23 24 25 25 27 28 29 30 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Terminal assignment. 9 Device designation . . . . . . . . 73 6. . . . . . . . . .5 Inlet and outlet runs . . . . . . .9 Advanced diagnostic functions . . . . . . . . . .5 9. .1 Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Dimensions . . . 78 Accessories . . . . . . . . . .3 6 3 3. . . . . . Connecting the measuring unit . .3 Orientation. . . . . . .1 Switching on the measuring device . . .7 Limiting flow . . . . . . . .3 1. . . . . 4. . .6 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation conditions . . . 9 2. . 81 Trouble-shooting instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 4. . . .2 Mounting location .2. .1 5. . .2. . . . . 94 Removing and installing printed circuit boards . 55 6. . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . 3. .2. . . . . . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . 3. . . . . . . . . .1 Wiring . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . .2. . . .4 1. .8 Concentration measurement .5 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Process error messages . .2. . . . . . . .2 1. . . . 9 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 6. . . . . . Return . . . 99 Software history . . . . . .4 Device status / Error messages . . . . . .3 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2. 39 5. . . . . . . . . . . .3 4. . . . .4 Endress+Hauser 5 . . . . 3. . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Contents

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Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
101 101 101 101 103 104 105 109 118 121 121 122 122 122 123 123 124 124 124 125 135 149 158 164 166

10.1 Technical data at a glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.1 Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.2 Function and system design . . . . . 10.1.3 Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.4 Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.5 Auxiliary energy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.6 Performance characteristics . . . . . . 10.1.7 Operating conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.8 Mechanical construction . . . . . . . . . 10.1.9 Human interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.10 Certificates and approvals . . . . . . . 10.1.11 Ordering information . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.12 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1.13 Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2 Dimensions: Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . 10.3 Dimensions: Stainless steel field housing . . 10.4 Dimensions: Remote version (Promass F, M, A, H, I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.5 Dimensions: Remote version (Promass E) . . 10.6 Dimensions: Remote version for heating . . . 10.7 Dimensions: Promass F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.8 Dimensions: Promass M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.9 Dimensions: Promass E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.10 Dimensions: Promass A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.11 Dimensions: Promass H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.12 Dimensions: Promass I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177

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1 Safety instructions

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1.1

Safety instructions
Designated use

The measuring device described in these Operating Instructions is to be used only for measuring the mass flow rate of fluids and gases. At the same time, the system also measures fluid density and fluid temperature. These parameters are then used to calculate other variables such as volume flow. Fluids with widely differing properties can be measured, for example:

x x x x x x

Chocolate, condensed milk, liquid sugar Oils, fats Acids, alkalis, lacquers, paints, solvents and cleaning agents Pharmaceuticals, catalysts, inhibitors Suspensions Gases, liquefied gases, etc.

The manufacturer accepts no liability for damages resulting from incorrect use or for other than designated use.

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Installation, commissioning and operation

Note the following points: x Installation, connection to the electricity supply, commissioning and maintenance of the device must be carried out by trained, qualified specialists authorised to perform such work by the facility's owner operator. The specialist must have read and understood these Operating Instructions and must follow the instructions it contains. x The device must be operated by persons authorised and trained by the facility's owner-operator. Strict compliance with the instructions in the Operating Instruction is mandatory. x Endress+Hauser will be happy to assist in clarifying the chemical resistance properties of parts wetted by special fluids, including fluids used for cleaning. However the user is responsible for the choice of fluid wetted materials as regards to their in-process resistance to corrosion. The manufacturer refuses to accept liability. x The installer must ensure that the measuring system is correctly wired in accordance with the wiring diagrams. The transmitter must be grounded, unless the power supply is galvanically insulated. x Invariably, local regulations governing the opening and repair of electrical devices apply.

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Operational safety

Note the following points: x Measuring systems for use in hazardous environments are accompanied by separate “Ex documentation”, which is an integral part of these Operating Instructions. Strict compliance with the installation instructions and ratings as stated in this supplementary documentation is mandatory. The symbol on the front of this supplementary Ex documentation indicates the approval and the certification body ( 0 Europe, 2 USA, 1 Canada). x The measuring device complies with the general safety requirements in accordance with EN 61010, the EMC requirements of EN 61326/A1, and NAMUR recommendation NE 21 and NE 43. x The manufacturer reserves the right to modify technical data without prior notice. Your E+H distributor will supply you with current information and updates to these Operating Instructions.

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Return

The following procedures must be carried out before a flowmeter requiring repair or calibration, for example, is returned to Endress+Hauser:

x Always enclose a duly completed “Declaration of contamination” form. Only then can Endress+Hauser transport, examine and repair a returned device. x Enclose special handling instructions if necessary, for example a safety data sheet as per EN 91/155/EEC. x Remove all residues. Pay special attention to the grooves for seals and crevices which could contain residues. This is particularly important if the substance is hazardous to health, e.g. flammable, toxic, caustic, carcinogenic, etc. With Promass A and Promass M the threaded process connections must first be removed from the sensor and then cleaned.

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Note: You will find a preprinted “Declaration of contamination” form at the back of this manual. Warning: x Do not return a measuring device if you are not absolutely certain that all traces of hazardous substances have been removed, e.g. substances which have penetrated crevices or diffused through plastic. x Costs incurred for waste disposal and injury (burns, etc.) due to inadequate cleaning will be charged to the owner-operator.

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Notes on safety conventions and icons

The devices are designed to meet state-of-the-art safety requirements, have been tested, and left the factory in a condition in which they are safe to operate. The devices comply with the applicable standards and regulations in accordance with EN 61010 “Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, Regulation and Laboratory Procedures”. They can, however, be a source of danger if used incorrectly or for other than the designated use. Consequently, always pay particular attention to the safety instructions indicated in these Operating Instructions by the following icons:

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Warning: “Warning” indicates an action or procedure which, if not performed correctly, can result in injury or a safety hazard. Comply strictly with the instructions and proceed with care. Caution: “Caution” indicates an action or procedure which, if not performed correctly, can result in incorrect operation or destruction of the device. Comply strictly with the instructions. Note: “Note” indicates an action or procedure which, if not performed correctly, can have an indirect effect on operation or trigger an unexpected response on the part of the device.

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384 EP 262 573 5.. f-OUT STATUS-IN.. Power supply / frequency: 16.648. Promass H or Promass I sensor In the compact version. US 5.897 EP 618 680 Fig.616 4. RELAY Pat..1 Identification Device designation The “Promass 83” flow measuring system consists of the following components: x Promass 83 transmitter x Promass F. in the remote version they are installed separately. transmitter and sensor form a single mechanical unit.PROline Promass 83 2 Identification 2 2. 2. Promass M. 1: 1 2 3 Nameplate specifications for the “Promass 83” transmitter (example) 4 5 6 Ordering code/Serial number: See the specifications on the order confirmation for the meanings of the individual letters and digits. Promass A.768..: 12345678901 ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRST TAG No. UK 261 435 Pat.1.55 V AC / 50.1 Nameplate of the transmitter 5 6 ENDRESS+HAUSER PROMASS 83 1 Order Code: 83F25-XXXXXXXXXXXX Ser.. US 4. Promass E.62 V DC / 20.479.: IP67/NEMA/Type4X 2 16-62VDC/20-55VAC 50-60Hz 15VA/W 3 4 I-OUT (HART).007 Pat.801.60 Hz Power consumption: 15 VA / W Available inputs / outputs: I-OUT (HART): with current output (HART) f-OUT: with pulse/frequency output RELAY: with relay output STATUS-IN: with status input (auxiliary input) Reserved for information on special products Ambient temperature range Degree of protection Endress+Hauser F06-83xxxxxx-18-06-xx-xx-000 i –20°C (–4°F) < Tamb < +60°C (+140°F) 9 .No..

510.2 Nameplate of the sensor Fig.2 Identification PROline Promass 83 2. certificates) 2. 2: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Nameplate specifications for the “Promass F” sensor (example) 10 11 12 13 14 Ordering code/Serial number: See the specifications on the order confirmation for the meanings of the individual letters and digits. Endress+Hauser confirms successful testing of the device by affixing to it the CE mark.4539/904L TMmax +200 °C / +400 °F (max. zero point: –11 Nominal diameter device: DN 25 / 1" Nominal diameter flange: DN 25 / 1" Pressure rating: DIN PN 100 bar Material of measuring tubes: Stainless steel 1. Control.1.1 B certification for fluid wetted materials Reserved for information on special products Ambient temperature range Degree of protection Flow direction Reserved for additional information on device version (approvals.2 CE mark. 10 Endress+Hauser F06-8xFxxxxx-18-05-xx-xx-000 . Calibration factor: 2. 40 bar (600 psi) Accuracy of density measurement: ± 0.001 g/cc Additional information (examples): – With 5-point calibration – With 3. The measuring system described in these Operating Instructions thus complies with the statutory requirements of the EC Directives. have been tested. declaration of conformity The devices are designed to meet state-of-the-art safety requirements. The devices comply with the applicable standards and regulations in accordance with EN 61010 “Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement. fluid temperature) Pressure range of secondary containment: max. Regulation and Laboratory Procedures” and with the EMC requirements of EN 61326/A1. and left the factory in a condition in which they are safe to operate.

Kenosha. Solon. T-DAT™. CH Endress+Hauser 11 . Du Pont de Nemours & Co..PROline Promass 83 2 Identification 2.. VITON ® Registered trademarks of E. USA S-DAT™..I. FieldCheck™. Wilmington. Applicator™ Registered or registration-pending trademarks of Endress+Hauser Flowtec AG. Austin. Inc. FieldTool™. USA SWAGELOK ® Registered trademark of Swagelok & Co. F-Chip™.3 Registered trademarks KALREZ ®.. USA TRI-CLAMP ® Registered trademark of Ladish & Co. USA HART ® Registered trademark of HART Communication Foundation. Reinach.

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150 by the transmitter housing or the connection housing in the case of the remote version (Fig. check the following points: x Check the packaging and the contents for damage. x The covers or caps fitted to the process connections prevent mechanical damage to the sealing faces and the ingress of foreign matter to the measuring tube during transportation and storage. 3: Instructions for transporting sensors with DN 40. 3. make sure nothing is missing and that the scope of supply matches your order.1. make sure that the device does not unexpectedly turn around its axis or slip. x Do not lift measuring devices of nominal diameters DN 40. Use webbing slings slung round the two process connections.. At all times.1 Installation Incoming acceptance. x In the case of the Promass M / DN 80 sensor. as they could damage the housing. The center of gravity of the assembled measuring device might be higher than the points around which the slings are slung.1.2 Transport The following instructions apply to unpacking and to transporting the device to its final location: x Transport the devices in the containers in which they are delivered. Do not use chains. use only the lifting eyes on the flanges to lift the assembly.PROline Promass 83 3 Installation 3 3. transport and storage Incoming acceptance On receipt of the goods. Fig. 3).. do not remove these covers or caps until immediately before installation.1 3. # Warning: Risk of injury if the measuring device slips. Consequently.150 Endress+Hauser 13 F06-xxxxxxxx-22-00-00-xx-000 . x Check the shipment.. therefore..

T-pieces. x Do not remove the protective covers or caps on the process connections until you are ready to install the device.1 Dimensions Dimensions and the fitting lengths of the transmitter and sensor are on Page 123 ff.3 Installation PROline Promass 83 3. x No special precautions need to be taken for fittings which create turbulence (valves.2.2.+80 °C (preferably +20 °C). Fig. x The permissible storage temperature is 40. 4: Mounting location 14 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-11-00-00-xx-004 . for example the secondary containment.2 Mounting location Entrained gas bubbles in the measuring tube can result in an increase in measuring errors. as long as no cavitation occurs. x The high oscillation frequency of the measuring tubes ensures that the correct operation of the measuring system is not influenced by pipe vibrations. 3. x For mechanical reasons and in order to protect the pipe. Risk of air accumulating. External forces are absorbed by the construction of the instrument.3 Storage Note the following points: x Pack the measuring device in such a way as to protect it reliably against impact for storage (and transportation).1. x Directly upstream of a free pipe outlet in a vertical pipeline. 3.2 Installation conditions Note the following points: x No special measures such as supports are necessary. 3. The original packaging provides optimum protection. etc.).. elbows.. it is advisable to support heavy sensors. x The measuring device must be protected against direct sunlight during storage in order to avoid unacceptably high surface temperatures. Avoid the following locations: x Highest point of a pipeline.

M only Promass F only Promass A / DN Ø orifice / pipe restriction 1 0. In the case of liquids with a low boiling point (hydrocarbons.PROline Promass 83 3 Installation The proposed configuration in Fig. M. for batching applications) Supply tank Sensor Orifice. because it would influence the oscillation of the measuring tube.5 mm 4 3. Endress+Hauser 15 F06-xxxxxxxx-11-00-00-xx-002 . pipe restrictions (see Table) Valve Batching tank 8 6 mm 15 10 mm 25 14 mm 40 22 mm 50 28 mm 80 1) 50 mm 100 2) 65 mm 150 2) 90 mm Promass F. permits installation in a vertical pipeline. x at the lowest point in a vertical pipe. solvents. Fig. however. Such effects can be prevented when system pressure is sufficiently high. I / DN Ø orifice / pipe restriction 1) 8 6 mm 15 10 mm 15 1) 15 mm 25 14 mm 25 1) 24 mm 40 22 mm 40 1) 35 mm 50 28 mm DN 15. liquefied gases) or in suction lines. it is generally best to install the sensor: x downstream from pumps (no danger of vacuum). 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I System pressure It is important to ensure that cavitation does not occur. 25. E / DN Ø orifice / pipe restriction 1) 2) Promass F. 5. 5: 1 2 3 4 5 Installation in a vertical pipe (e. it is important to ensure that pressure does not drop below the vapour pressure and that the liquid does not start to boil. It is also important to ensure that the gases that occur naturally in many liquids do not outgas.g.0 mm Promass H. Pipe restrictors or the use of an orifice with a smaller cross-section than the nominal diameter prevent the sensor from running empty during measurement.8 mm 2 1. Consequently. No special measures need to be taken for fluids which have properties similar to water under normal conditions.

Fig.3 Installation PROline Promass 83 3.2. This arrangement means that no gas or solid deposits can accumulate in the curved measuring tube (single-tube system). entrained solids will sink down and gases will rise away from the measuring tube. wall or post. Horizontal: When installation is correct the transmitter housing is above or below the pipe. The measuring tubes can be completely drained and protected against solids build-up. 6: Vertical and horizontal orientation (Promass A) 16 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-11-00-00-xx-005 .3 Orientation Orientation Promass A Vertical: Recommended orientation with upward direction of flow. Do not install the sensor in such a way that it is suspended in the pipe. The base plate of the sensor housing is designed for mounting on a tabletop. When fluid is not flowing. This is to avoid excessive strain at the process connection. in other words without support or attachment.

8: 1 2 Promass F. therefore. I " Caution: The two measuring tubes of Promass F and Promass E and the one of Promass H are slightly curved. Fig. The measuring tubes can be completely drained and protected against solids build-up. I): Promass H and Promass I can be installed in any orientation in a horizontal pipe run.PROline Promass 83 3 Installation Orientation Promass F. When installation is correct the transmitter housing is above or below the pipe (Views 2. Risk of gas accumulating. Endress+Hauser 17 F06-xxxxxxxx-11-00-00-xx-003 F06-xxxxxxxx-11-00-00-xx-000 . M. M. M. Always avoid having the transmitter housing in the same horizontal plane as the pipe. E. 8). entrained solids will sink down and gases will rise away from the measuring tube. E): The measuring tubes of Promass F. H. H installed horizontally Not suitable for fluids with entrained solids. has to be matched to the fluid properties when the sensor is installed horizontally (Fig. E. I Vertical: Recommended orientation with upward direction of flow (View 1). 7: Orientation Promass F. The position of the sensor. Horizontal (Promass F. Risk of solids accumulating. Fig. M and E must be horizontal and beside each other. Horizontal (Promass H. Not suitable for outgassing fluids. E. When fluid is not flowing. H. 3).

the sensors require no special measures for attachment. 7 / View 2 3. etc. thermal insulation Some fluids require suitable measures to avoid heat transfer at the sensor.7 Limiting flow See the information on Page 101 and 110. the sensor must be magnetically screened (except for Promass M).. If possible.2. it cannot be ruled out that the measured values are influenced by magnetic fields which may occur. depending on the fluid temperature (see Section 3. 3. elbows. A wide range of materials can be used to provide the required thermal insulation. 7 / View 1 Horizontal piping: installation in accordance with Fig.+60 °C. install the sensor well clear of fittings such as valves. 18 Endress+Hauser . Consequently.5 Inlet and outlet runs There are no installation requirements regarding inlet and outlet runs..2.3 Installation PROline Promass 83 Fluid temperature In order to ensure that the maximum permissible ambient temperature for the transmitter (–20. at values greater than those permitted by the EC standard (Sinus 30 A/m). optional –40. Caution: Risk of electronics overheating! x Consequently.. x Note that a certain orientation might be required.4 Heating. Special heating jackets are available for all sensors on request.2.2.e. make sure that the adapter between sensor and transmitter and the connection housing of the remote version always remain free of insulating material. e. 7 / View 3 Low fluid temperature Vertical piping: installation in accordance with Fig. Heating can be electric. or by means of hot water or steam pipes made of copper.3 “Fluid temperature”). 3.g. In such cases. i. T-pieces. " " Caution: When using electrical heat tracing whose heat is regulated using phase control or by pulse packs. with heated elements. we recommend the following orientations: High fluid temperature Vertical piping: installation in accordance with Fig. 7 / View 1 Horizontal piping: installation in accordance with Fig.+60 °C) is not exceeded.2.6 Vibrations The high oscillation frequency of the measuring tubes ensures that the correct operation of the measuring system is not influenced by pipe vibrations. 3.. x Information on permissible temperature ranges o Page 109 ff.

Loosen the two securing screws. 10: Turning the transmitter housing (stainless steel field housing) Endress+Hauser 19 F06-xxxxxxxx-17-06-xx-xx-001 F06-xxxxxxxx-17-06-xx-xx-000 . Turn the bayonet catch as far as it will go. 3.3. 4. Fig. 2. 2 x 90° in either direction). Turn the transmitter housing to the desired position (max.1 Installation instructions Turning the transmitter housing Turning the aluminium field housing # Warning: The turning mechanism in devices with EEx d/de or FM/CSA Cl. Carefully lift the transmitter housing as far as it will go. 6. Lower the housing into position. Carefully lift the transmitter housing as far as it will go. 2. The procedure for turning these housings is described in the Ex-specific documentation. 3. 2 x 90° in either direction). I Div.PROline Promass 83 3 Installation 3. 5. Retighten the two securing screws. 1 classification is not the same as that described here. 1. Loosen the two securing screws. Turn the transmitter housing to the desired position (max. 4. Lower the housing into position and re-engage the bayonet catch. Fig.3 3. 5. Retighten the two securing screws. 9: Turning the transmitter housing (aluminium field housing) Turning the stainless steel field housing 1.

Remove the cover of the connection compartment (a). Drill the holes as illustrated in Fig. Push the two securing screws (b) through the appropriate bores (c) in the housing.. x Always install the wall-mount housing in such a way that the cable entries are pointing down. 5. Avoid direct sunlight.+60 °C). Install the device in a shady location. Screw the cover of the connection compartment (a) firmly onto the housing. accessories o Page 79) " Caution: x Make sure that ambient temperature does not go beyond the permissible range (–20.5 Fig. 11. 2. – Securing screws (M6): max. Direct wall mounting 1.3. b c c 35 a 90 192 81.5 mm – Screw head: max.2 Installing the wall-mount transmitter housing There are various ways of installing the wall-mount transmitter housing: x Mounted directly on the wall x Installation in control panel (separate mounting set. accessories o Page 79) x Pipe mounting (separate mounting set. 11: Mounted directly on the wall 20 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-17-03-xx-xx-000 .5 mm Secure the transmitter housing to the wall as indicated. Ø 10.. Ø 6. 4. 3.3 Installation PROline Promass 83 3.

5 – 0. 12). Prepare the opening in the panel (Fig. make certain that the housing temperature does not exceed +60 °C.. " Caution: If the device is mounted to a warm pipe.5 ~1 10 Fig. Ø 20. 4. 21 0 + – 00. 13.PROline Promass 83 3 Installation Installation in control panel 1.. 13: Pipe mounting (wall-mount housing) Endress+Hauser 21 F06-xxxxxxxx-06-03-06-xx-001 F06-xxxxxxxx-06-03-06-xx-002 . which is the maximum permissible temperature. Afterwards. Additional support is not necessary. 2.5 . 3. Screw the fasteners onto the wall-mount housing. 12: Panel Installation (wall-mount housing) Pipe mounting The assembly should be performed by following the instructions in Fig.70 ~1 55 Fig. Place the threaded rods in the fasteners and screw them down until the housing is seated tightly against the panel. tighten the locking nuts.5 245 +0. Slide the housing into the opening in the panel from the front.

? Installation Does the arrow on the sensor nameplate match the direction of flow through the pipe? Are the measuring point number and labeling correct (visual inspection)? Is the orientation chosen for the sensor correct. 4 x 45° in each direction).3. Notes  22 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-07-xx-06-xx-000 . Turning the local display Remove the cover of the electronics compartment. fluid properties (outgassing.4 Post installation check Perform the following checks after installing the measuring device in the pipe: Device condition and specifications Is the device damaged (visual inspection)? Does the device correspond to specifications at the measuring point. Press the side latches on the display module and remove it from the electronics compartment cover plate. ambient temperature. in other words suitable for sensor type. Fig. Notes  – see Page 14 ff. etc. Rotate the display to the desired position (max. measuring range. 3.3 Installation PROline Promass 83 3. 2.3 1. Screw the cover of the electronics compartment firmly onto the transmitter housing. including process temperature and pressure. 14: Turning the local display (field housing) 3. and reset it into the electronics compartment cover plate. with entrained solids) and fluid temperature? Process environment / process conditions Is the measuring device protected against moisture and direct sunlight? Notes  see Page 101 ff. 4.

always make sure that you connect the sensor only to the transmitter having the same serial number. 4. Failure to comply with this precaution can result in irreparable damage to the electronics.1 Connecting the remote version Connecting the sensor # Warning: x Risk of electric shock. x Risk of electric shock. Do not install or wire the device while it is connected to the power supply. 1. 15 o wiring diagram inside cover Secure the cover (a) on the sensor connection housing and on the transmitter housing. S1 S1 S2 S2 Pipe TM TM TT TT GND + + + + a 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 41 42 gry pnk grn a b gry pnk wht yel grn wht brn brn 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 41 42 + + + + S1 S1 S2 S2 Pipe TM TM TT TT GND Fig. Connect the protective conductor to the ground terminal on the housing before the power supply is applied. Communication errors can occur if the devices are not connected in this way.PROline Promass 83 4 Wiring 4 Wiring # Warning: When connecting Ex-certified devices. Remove the cover (a) of the connection compartment from the transmitter and the sensor by loosening the screws. 4. Feed the signal cable (b) through the appropriate cable entries. x For the remote version. 15: a b Connecting the remote version Covers of the connection compartments (transmitter. Switch off the power supply before opening the device. Please do not hesitate to contact your E+H representative if you have any questions. 2. Establish the connections between sensor and transmitter in accordance with the wiring diagram: o Fig. sensor) Connecting cable (signal cable) Endress+Hauser 23 F06-8xxxxxxx-04-xx-xx-en-000 yel . see the notes and diagrams in the Ex-specific supplement to these Operating Instructions.1 4.1. 3.

Conductor resistance: d 50 :/km Capacitance: core/shield: d 420 pF/m Cable length: max.4 Wiring PROline Promass 83 4.2 Cable specifications The specifications of the cable connecting the transmitter and the sensor of the remote version are as follows: x x x x x 6 x 0.38 mm2 PVC cable with common shield and individually shielded cores. +105 °C 24 Endress+Hauser . 20 m Permanent operating temperature: max.1.

20. 20–27 o Page 27 Ground terminal for protective conductor Ground terminal for signal cable shield Service adapter for connecting service interface FXA 193 (FieldCheck. 1: L1 for AC. 2. Connect the cables in accordance with the wiring diagram: – Wiring diagram (aluminium housing) o Fig. f – 27 + 26 – 25 + 24 – 23 + 22 – 21 + 20 b d b e a g N (L-) 2 L1 (L+) 1 c a Fig.5 mm2 b c d e f g Cable for power supply: 85. 16 – Wiring diagram (stainless steel housing) o Fig.260 V AC. 2. x Compare the specifications on the nameplate with the local voltage supply and frequency..55 V AC. L for DC Signal cable: Terminals Nos. 1. Do not install or wire the device while it is connected to the power supply.62 V DC Terminal No. 18 – Terminal assignment o Page 27 Screw the cover of the connection compartment (f) firmly onto the transmitter housing. 17 – Wiring diagram (wall-mount housing) o Fig.2.... Connect the protective conductor to the ground terminal on the housing before the power supply is applied. 4. Feed the power supply cable (a) and signal cables (b) through the appropriate cable entries.2 4. Cable cross-section: max. 3.. Switch off the power supply before opening the device.1 Connecting the measuring unit Transmitter (aluminium) # Warning: x Risk of electric shock. Remove the cover of the connection compartment (f) from the transmitter housing. Failure to comply with this precaution can result in irreparable damage to the electronics. 2: N for AC. The national regulations governing the installation of electrical equipment also apply.PROline Promass 83 4 Wiring 4. FieldTool) Cover of the connection compartment Securing clamp Endress+Hauser 25 F06-xxxxxxxx-04-06-xx-xx-005 . L+ for DC Terminal No. x Risk of electric shock.. 16. 16: a Connecting the transmitter (aluminium field housing).

62 V DC Terminal No.. L+ for DC Terminal No. 20. 2.260 V AC. 2. 20–27 o Page 27 Ground terminal for protective conductor Ground terminal for signal cable shield Service adapter for connecting service interface FXA 193 (FieldCheck. 20.4 Wiring PROline Promass 83 b e a – 27 + 26 – 25 + 24 – 23 + 22 – 21 + 20 b d f N (L-) 2 L1 (L+) 1 c a Fig.. L for DC Signal cable: Terminals Nos.55 V AC.. 1: L1 for AC.5 mm2 b c d e f Cable for power supply: 85.. 16..62 V DC Terminal No. 2: N for AC.... FieldTool) Cover of the connection compartment N (L-) L1 (L+) + – + – + – + – 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 e 1 2 f a b a c b d Fig.260 V AC... 17: a Connecting the transmitter (stainless-steel field housing). Cable cross-section: max. 18: a Connecting the transmitter (wall-mount housing). Cable cross-section: max... 1: L1 for AC.5 mm2 b c d e f Cable for power supply: 85.55 V AC. 20–27 o Page 27 Ground terminal for protective conductor Ground terminal for signal cable shield Service adapter for connecting service interface FXA 193 (FieldCheck. 2: N for AC. L+ for DC Terminal No. FieldTool) Cover of the connection compartment 26 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-04-03-xx-xx-000 F06-xxxxxxxx-04-06-xx-xx-006 . L for DC Signal cable: Terminals Nos. 16.

250 mA during 20 ms). passive Frequency output Ex i.10000 Hz (fmax = 12500 Hz). RL > 100 : – passive: open collector. galvanically isolated – active: 24 V DC. pulse width configurable (0. 2 s – Pulse output: pulse value and pulse polarity selectable.2.. max. HART Flexible communication boards 83***-***********C 83***-***********D 83***-***********E 83***-***********L 83***-***********M 83***-***********W 83***-***********0 83***-***********2 Relay output 2 Status input Status input Status input Status input Relay output Status input Relay output Relay output 1 Relay output Relay output Relay output 2 Frequency output Frequency output Current output 2 Relay output 1 Current output HART Current output HART Current output 1 HART Current output HART Current output HART Current output 1 HART Current output 1 HART Current output 1 HART Frequency output 2 Frequency output 1 Current output 3 Current output 3 Current output 2 Current output 2 Current output 2 Frequency output Status input (auxiliary input): galvanically isolated. Ri d 150 : Endress+Hauser 27 . passive Current output HART Current output HART PROFIBUS-PA Ex i FOUNDATION Fieldbus. HART Current output Ex i active.1 A. RL < 700 : (HART: RL t 250 :).30 V DC.... active: 0/4.. HART Current output Ex i passive.20 mA. passive: 4. 30 V DC. 2. pulse width max.. (inputs/outputs) 20 (+) / 21 (–) 22 (+) / 23 (–) 24 (+) / 25 (–) 26 (+) / 27 (–) Order variant Fixed communication boards (permanent assignment) 83***-***********A 83***-***********B 83***-***********F 83***-***********G 83***-***********H 83***-***********J 83***-***********K 83***-***********R 83***-***********S 83***-***********T 83***-***********U  Relay output – – – – – – – – –  Relay output – – – – – – – – – Frequency output Frequency output – – – – – Current output 2 Ex i..PROline Promass 83 4 Wiring 4. 30 V DC. Ex i PROFIBUS-PA PROFIBUS-DP FOUNDATION Fieldbus Current output 1 Ex i active.. 3.20 mA. passive Current output 2 Ex i. 250 mA – Frequency output: full scale frequ. configurable Frequency output: active/passive selectable.05…2000 ms) Current output (active/passive): galvanically isolated.5 A. 30 V AC / 0. active Frequency output Ex i. Ri = 5 k: configurable Relay output: max. 25 mA (max. 60 V DC / 0. max. HART Current output 1 Ex i passive. on/off ratio 1:1.2 Terminal assignment Terminal Nos.

Commubox FXA 191 28 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-04-xx-xx-xx-008 F06-xxxxxxxx-04-xx-xx-xx-007 . See also the documentation issued by the HART Communication Foundation. e. a technical summary”.2. 5 = HART modem. and in particular HCF LIT 20: “HART.4 Wiring PROline Promass 83 4.g. 4 = other evaluation devices or PLC with passive input Connection of a PC with an operating software In order to connect a PC with an operating software (e. 2 = power supply.. “FieldTool”)..20 mA circuit ! Note: x The measuring loop's minimum load must be at least 250 :. a technical summary”.g. “Commubox FXA 191”) is needed. Connection of the HART handheld communicator See also the documentation issued by the HART Communication Foundation. 20: Electrical connection of a PC with an operating software: 1 = PC with an operating software. 3 = shield. Fig. 4 = other evaluation devices or PLC with passive input. 19: Electrical connection of the HART handheld communicator: 1 = HART communicator. a HART modem (e.g. and in particular HCF LIT 20: “HART.3 HART connection Users have the following connection options at their disposal: x Direct connection to transmitter by means of terminals 26 / 27 x Connection by means of the 4. 3 = shield. 2 = power supply. x The CURRENT SPAN function must be set either to “4–20 mA HART” or to “4–20 mA (25 mA) HART” (factory setting). Fig.

x The cables used for connection must be of the specified outside diameter (see Page 104). The seals must be dried. cleaned or replaced if necessary.PROline Promass 83 4 Wiring 4. 21). 21: Installation instructions. Fig. x Remove all unused cable entries and insert plugs instead. Always install the measuring device in such a way that the cable entries do not point up. Compliance with the following points is mandatory following installation in the field or servicing. x The cables must loop down before they enter the cable entries (“water trap”. This arrangement prevents moisture penetrating the entry. Fig. x All threaded fasteners and screw covers must be firmly tightened.3 Degree of protection The devices fulfill all the requirements for IP 67. x Firmly tighten the cable entries (Fig. cable entries Endress+Hauser 29 F06-5xxxxxxx-04-xx-xx-xx-005 . in order to ensure that IP 67 protection is maintained: x The housing seals must be clean and undamaged when inserted into their grooves. x Do not remove the grommet from the cable entry. 21).

260 V AC (45...62 V DC see Page 24.65 Hz) 20.. 104 Do the cables comply with the specifications? Do the cables have adequate strain relief? Cables correctly segregated by type? Without loops and crossovers? Are the power supply and signal cables correctly connected?   See the wiring diagram inside the cover of the terminal compartment Are all screw terminals firmly tightened? Are all cable entries installed....65 Hz) 16...4 Post connection check Perform the following checks after completing electrical installation of the measuring device: Device condition and specifications Are cables or the device damaged (visual inspection)? Electrical connection Does the supply voltage match the specifications on the nameplate? Notes  Notes 85. firmly tightened and correctly sealed? Cables looped as “water traps”? Are all housing covers installed and firmly tightened?  see Page 29  30 Endress+Hauser .55 V AC (45...4 Wiring PROline Promass 83 4.

Readings displayed o Page 32 Optical sensors for Touch Control (2) Plus/minus keys (3) – HOME position o Direct access to totalizer values and actual values of inputs/outputs – Enter numerical values.1 Operation Display and operating elements The local display enables you to read all important parameters directly at the measuring point and configure the device using the “Quick Setup” or the function matrix.97 m t % Esc 2 + E F06-83xxxxxx-07-xx-xx-xx-000 3 4 Fig. The display consists of four lines. empty pipe.502 –50 +50 kg h Σ 3 +1863.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation 5 5. etc. dialog texts. You can change the assignment of display lines to different variables to suit your needs and preferences (o see the “Description of Device Functions” manual).) are displayed. select parameters – Select different blocks. this is where measured values and/or status variables (direction of flow. The display as it appears when normal measuring is in progress is known as the HOME position (operating mode). m 1 +24. fault messages and notice messages. 22: Display and operating elements Liquid crystal display (1) The backlit. four-line liquid crystal display shows measured values. bar graph. groups and function groups within the function matrix Press the +/– keys ( X) simultaneously to trigger the following functions: – Exit the function matrix step by step o HOME position – Press and hold down +/ keys for longer than 3 seconds o Return directly to HOME position – Cancel data entry Enter key (4) – HOME position o Entry into the function matrix – Save the numerical values you input or settings you change Endress+Hauser 31 .

e.). 4 5 6 m +24.g. this is where measured values are displayed. you can carry out filling processes directly using the local display. e. and/or status variables (direction of flow. “Unit of measure” field: The units of measure and time defined for the current measured values appear in this field.97 t . bar graph. etc.g. see Page 79) and a suitably configured display line. 23: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Typical display for normal operating mode (HOME position) Main display line: shows primary measured values. Additional line: shows measured variables and status variables. Information line: shows additional information on the measured variables and status variables. totalizer No.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Readings displayed (operation mode) The display area consists of three lines in all. mass flow in [kg/h]. “Info icons” field: Icons representing additional information on the measured values are shown in this field.g. Variables multiplexed in this way alternate every 10 seconds on the display. You will find a detailed description on o Page 34. For a full list of the icons and their meanings o Page 33 “Measured values” field: The current measured values appear in this field. Error messages: The modes of presentation for system and process error messages are described in detail on Page 37 ff. 32 Endress+Hauser F06-83xxxxxx-07-xx-xx-xx-001 Σ 3 +1863. 3 in [t].502 –50 +50 kg h 1 2 m % 3 Fig. the local display has different display functions: Device without batching software: From HOME position. You can change the assignment of display lines to different variables to suit your needs and preferences (o see the “Description of Device Functions” manual). use the +/– keys to open an “Info Menu” containing the following information: x Totalizer (including overflow) x Actual values or states of the configured inputs/outputs x Device TAG number (user-definable) OS o Scan of individual values within the Info Menu X (Esc key) o Back to HOME position Device with batching software: On measuring instruments with installed batching software (F-Chip. e. bar graph of the limit value achieved by the mass flow. Additional display functions Depending on the order options. Multiplex mode: A maximum of two different display variables can be assigned to each line.

PROline Promass 83 5 Operation Icons The icons which appear in the field on the left make it easier to read and recognise measured variables.. Icon S P Meaning System error Process error Fault message (with effect on outputs) Notice message (without effect on outputs) Current output 1....n S 1. device status.n Other icons 1 7 11 2 8 y 12 3 4 y 9 y 13 F06-x3xxxxxx-07-xx-xx-xx-003 5 10 6 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Measuring mode = PULSATING FLOW Measuring mode = SYMMETRY (bidirectional) Measuring mode = STANDARD Counting mode.n 6 1.. totalizer = forward Counting mode.n P 1... totalizer = BALANCE (forward and reverse flow) Counting mode. and error messages.n Pulse output 1.n (or status input) Totalizer 1.. totalizer = reverse Signal input (current or status input) Icon for volume flow Icon for mass flow Batching quantity upwards Batching quantity downwards Batching quantity Total batching quantity Batch counter (x times) Endress+Hauser 33 .....n $ ! I 1.n Frequency output 1.n Status/relay output 1.n F 1.........

0 l START PRESET MATRIX +2. 24): – START = left display key (–) – PRESET = middle display key (+) – MATRIX = right display key (E) Press the “PRESET (+)” key. the “START” or “PRESET” softkeys reappear on the display. Various batching process functions requiring configuration will now appear on the display: “PRESET” o Initial settings for the batching process No..5 l 0. You can use these to interrupt. Therefore.5 l 0. the Promass 83 can be fully deployed in the field as a “batch controller”. OS o Selection of the batching liquid (BATCH #1. you can now start the batching process by pressing “START (–)”.6) Displays the appropriate batching quantity. New softkeys (STOP / HOLD or GO ON) now appear on the display. Configure all the required batching functions and assign the lower display info line (= BATCHING KEYS) using the “Batch” Quick Setup menu or use the function matrix. The following “softkeys” then appear on the bottom line of the local display (Fig.. continue or stop the batching process at any time (Fig.0 l STOP HOLD MATRIX Fig.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Controlling the batching processes using the local display With measuring instruments with suitable software. 7200 Function BATCH SELECTOR Settings 2. 24: Controlling batching processes using the local display (softkeys) 34 Endress+Hauser F06-x3xxxxxx-07-xx-xx-xx-005 - + E STOP GO ON MATRIX . +2. you can carry out batching processes directly using the local display. After exiting the PRESET menu. 7203 7265 BATCH QUANTITY RESET TOTAL BATCH SUM/COUNTER 3. Resets the batching quantity counter or the total batching quantity to “0”. 24): STOP (–) o Stop batching process HOLD (+) o Interrupts batching process (softkey changes to “GO ON”) GO ON (+) o Continues batching process (softkey changes to “HOLD”) After the batch quantity is reached. Procedure: 1.

OUTPUTS) Select a group (e.g. x Function descriptions o see the “Description of Device Functions” manual 1. CURRENT OUTPUT 1) Select a function group (e. parameters. 5. 3. Exit the function matrix: – Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than 3 seconds o HOME position – Repeatedly press Esc key (X) o return step by step to HOME position Fig.g.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation 5.2 Brief operating instructions to the function matrix ! Note: x See the general notes on Page 36.g.g. numerical values F o save your entries 6. 4. 25: Selecting functions and configuring parameters (function matrix) Endress+Hauser 35 F06-x3xxxxxx-19-xx-xx-xx-000 . HOME position o F o Enter the function matrix Select a block (e. 2. SETTINGS) Select a function (e. TIME CONSTANT) Change parameter / enter numerical values: OS o select or enter: enable code.

x The E+H service organisation can be of assistance if you mislay your personal code. for example. Each cell in the function matrix is identified by a numerical or letter code on the display. the currently measured values are output via the signal outputs in the normal way. Disabling the function matrix rules out the possibility of inadvertent changes to device functions. A numerical code (factory setting = 83) has to be entered before settings can be changed. numerical values or factory settings. If you use a code number of your choice. groups. 36 Endress+Hauser . in the “Description of Device Functions” manual. Comply with the following instructions when entering codes: x If programming is disabled and the OS keys are pressed in any function. There is no need to change these parameters under normal circumstances and consequently. particularly measuring accuracy. x If the power supply fails all preset and parameterised values remain safely stored in the EEPROM. as applicable. which is a separate part of these Operating Instructions. therefore. they are protected by a special code known only to the E+H service organisation. This saves your setting or starts a function. and function groups). ! Note: x The transmitter continues to measure while data entry is in progress.e. If you do so. you exclude the possibility of unauthorised persons accessing data (o see the “Description of Device Functions” manual). " " Caution: Changing certain parameters such as all sensor characteristics. Please contact Endress+Hauser if you have any questions. as is the function matrix itself. x If “0” is entered as the customer's code.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 General notes The Quick Setup menu (see Page 54) contains the default settings that are adequate for commissioning. x Certain functions prompt you to confirm your data entries. for the sake of clarity. Press OS to select “SURE [ YES ]” and press F again to confirm. are arranged on a number of menu levels (blocks. Caution: All functions are described in detail. Enabling the programming mode The function matrix can be disabled. Comply with the following instructions when configuring functions: x You select functions as described on Page 35. The function matrix. comprises a multiplicity of additional functions which. Complex measuring operations on the other hand necessitate additional functions that you can configure as necessary and customise to suit your process parameters. x You can switch off certain functions (OFF). programming is always enabled. a prompt for the code automatically appears on the display. i. related functions in other function groups will no longer be displayed. x Return to the HOME position is automatic if no key is pressed for 5 minutes. influences numerous functions of the entire measuring system.

5.g. Notice message (!) x Displayed as o Exclamation mark (!).3 Error messages Type of error Errors that occur during commissioning or measuring are displayed immediately. o Page 89 Fig. You can also disable programming in the “ACCESS CODE” function by entering any number (other than the customer's code). x The error in question has a direct effect on the inputs or outputs. are always identified and classed as “fault messages” by the measuring device.g. P: process error). The response of the inputs or outputs (failsafe mode) can be defined by means of functions in the function matrix (see Page 92). error designation (S: system error.g. Fault message ( $) x Displayed as o Lightning flash ( $).PROline Promass 83 5 Operation Disabling the programming mode Programming mode is disabled if you do not press a key within 60 seconds following automatic return to the HOME position. minutes and seconds) Error message type Users have the option of weighting system and process errors differently. The measuring system distinguishes between two types of error: x System error: This group includes all device errors. e. the error with the highest priority is the one shown on the display. module defects. P: process error). x The error in question has no effect on the inputs or outputs of the measuring device. etc. ! = notice message Error designation: e.g. fluid not homogeneous. e. 26: 1 2 3 4 5 Error messages on the display (example) Error type: P = process error. Serious system errors. e. o Page 82 x Process error: This group includes all application errors. by defining them as “Fault messages” or “Notice messages”. Endress+Hauser 37 F06-83xxxxxx-07-xx-xx-xx-002 . = fluid is not homogeneous Error number: e. hardware errors. etc. S = system error Error message type: $ = fault message. communication errors. You can define messages in this way with the aid of the function matrix (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual). # 702 Duration of most recent error occurrence (in hours.g. If two or more system or process errors occur. FLUID INHOM. error designation (S: system error.

Confirming error messages For the sake of plant and process safety. 38 Endress+Hauser . require device description (DD) files which are used to access all the information in a HART device. ! Note: x Fault messages ($) can also be reset and confirmed via the status input. creepage settings. Digital communication takes place using the 4–20 mA current output HART (see Page 28). the measuring device can be configured in such a way that fault messages ($) always have to be rectified and acknowledged locally by pressing F . you will find a list with all the supported “Universal Commands” and “Common Practice Commands”.) Common practice commands: Common practice commands offer functions which are supported and can be executed by most but not all field devices. On Page 41. There are three different command groupes: Universal commands: All HART device support and use universal commands. a handheld terminal or PC-based operating programs (such as FieldTool). e. This option can be switched on or off by means of the “ACKNOWLEDGE FAULT MESSAGES” function (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual). x Notice messages (!) do not require acknowledgment. 5. The HART protocol allows the transfer of measuring and device data between the HART master and the field devices for configuration and diagnostics purposes. an upper or lower signal level for the breakdown information according to NAMUR 43 can be output via the current output. Such commands access individual field device information. Note. that they remain visible until the cause of the error has been rectified.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 ! Note: x Error conditions can be output via the relay outputs x If an error message occurs. totalizer. amongst other things. Information is exclusively transferred using so-called “commands”. Only then do the error messages disappear from the display. Device-specific commands: These commands allow access to device-specific functions which are not HART standard. The following functionalities are linked to them: x Recognizing HART devices x Reading digital measured values (volume flow. The HART master. etc. such as empty/full pipe calibration values. the measuring device can be configured and measured values can be obtained by means of the HART protocol.4 Communication (HART) In addition to local operation. however. etc. ! Note! Promass 83 has access to all three command classes.g.

FieldTool operating program FieldTool is a universal service and configuration software package designed for the PROline measuring devices. Endress+Hauser 39 . Commubox FXA 191.g. including device-specific commands. The HART manual in the carrying case of the HART Communicator contains more detailed information on the device. x HART write protection can be disabled or enabled by means of a jumper on the I/O board o Page 52.4. The functionality of FieldTool includes the following: x Configuration of device functions x Visualization of measuring values (including data logging) x Data backup of device parameters x Advanced device diagnosis x Measuring-point documentation You can find more information on FieldTool in the following E+H document: System Information: SI 031D/06/en “FieldTool” Other operating programs x Operating program “AMS” (Fisher Rosemount) x Operating program “SIMATIC PDM” (Siemens) ! Note: x The HART protocol requires the “4…20 mA HART” or “4-20 mA (25 mA) HART” setting in the CURRENT SPAN function (current output 1). e.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation 5. there are DD files available to the user to provide the following operating aids and programs: HART Communicator DXR 275 Selecting device functions with a HART Communicator is a process involving a number of menu levels and a special HART function matrix.1 Operating options For the complete operation of the measuring device. Connection is by means of a HART-Modem.

5 Operation PROline Promass 83 5.4.2 Device and process variables Device variables: The following device variables are available using the HART protocol: Code (decimal) 0 2 5 6 7 8 9 250 251 252 Device variable OFF (unassigned) Mass flow Volume flow Corrected volume flow Density Reference density Temperature Totalizer 1 Totalizer 2 Totalizer 3 Process variables: At the factory. 40 Endress+Hauser . the process variables are assigned to the following device variables: x x x x Primary process variable (PV) o Mass flow Second process variable (SV) o Totalizer 1 Third process variable (TV) o Density Fourth process variable (FV) o Temperature ! Note! You can set or change the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51 (see Page 45).

no. • Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation 5.4. 17 = E+H – Byte 2: Device type ID. Endress+Hauser 41 . – Byte 5: Device-specific commands rev. – Byte 6: Software revision – Byte 7: Hardware revision – Byte 8: Additional device information – Bytes 9-11: Device identification 1 Read primary process variable Access type = read Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow none – Byte 0: HART unit code of the primary process variable – Bytes 1-4: Primary process variable Command data (numeric data in decimal form) Response data (numeric data in decimal form) ! Note! • You can set the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51. It cannot be changed. HART command / Access type Universal Commands 0 Read unique device identifier Access type = read none Device identification delivers information on the device and the manufacturer.3 Universal / Common practice HART commands The following table contains all the universal and common practice commands supported by Promass 83. 81 = Promass 83 – Byte 3: Number of preambles – Byte 4: Universal commands rev. no. Command No. 2 Read the primary process variable as current in mA and percentage of the set measuring range Access type = read none – Bytes 0-3: actual current of the primary process variable in mA – Bytes 4-7: Percentage of the set measuring range Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow ! Note! You can set the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51. The response consists of a 12 byte device ID: – Byte 0: fixed value 254 – Byte 1: Manufacturer ID.

Bytes 0-5: TAG Device identification delivers information on the device and the manufacturer.. The response consists of a 12 byte device ID if the given TAG agrees with the one saved in the device: – – – – – – – – – – Byte 0: fixed value 254 Byte 1: Manufacturer ID..15) Factory setting: 0 Byte 0: active address ! Note! With an address >0 (multidrop mode). It cannot be changed. 81 = Promass 83 Byte 3: Number of preambles Byte 4: Universal commands rev. 42 Endress+Hauser . no. 6 Set HART shortform address Access type = write Byte 0: desired address (0. 17 = E+H Byte 2: Device type ID. • Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Command No. Byte 5: Device-specific commands rev. Byte 6: Software revision Byte 7: Hardware revision Byte 8: Additional device information Bytes 9-11: Device identification 11 Read unique device identification using the TAG (measuring point designation) Access type = read 12 Read user message Access type = read none Bytes 0-24: User message ! Note! You can write the user message using Command 17. HART command / Access type 3 Read the primary process variable as current in mA and four (preset using Command 51) dynamic process variables Access type = read Command data (numeric data in decimal form) none Response data (numeric data in decimal form) 24 bytes are sent as a response: – Bytes 0-3: primary process variable current in mA – Byte 4: HART unit code of the primary process variable – Bytes 5-8: Primary process variable – Byte 9: HART unit code of the second process variable – Bytes 10-13: Second process variable – Byte 14: HART unit code of the third process variable – Bytes 15-18: Third process variable – Byte 19: HART unit code of the fourth process variable – Bytes 20-23: Fourth process variable Factory setting: • Primary process variable = Mass flow • Second process variable = Totalizer 1 • Third process variable = Density • Fourth process variable = Temperature ! Note! • You can set the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51. the current output of the primary process variable is set to 4 mA. no.

• Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”. 17 = E+H Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow ! Note! • You can set the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51. value for 20 mA – Bytes 7-10: Start of measuring range. you can store an 8 character TAG. 15 Read output information of primary process variable Access type = read none – Byte 0: Alarm selection ID – Byte 1: Transfer function ID – Byte 2: HART unit code for the set measuring range of the primary process variable – Bytes 3-6: End of measuring range. value for 4 mA – Bytes 11-14: Attenuation constant in [s] – Byte 15: Write protection ID – Byte 16: OEM dealer ID. HART command / Access type 13 Read TAG. a 16 character descriptor and a date: – Bytes 0-5: TAG – Bytes 6-17: descriptor – Bytes 18-20: Date Endress+Hauser 43 . 14 Read sensor information on primary process variable none – Bytes 0-2: Sensor serial number – Byte 3: HART unit code of sensor limits and measuring range of the primary process variable – Bytes 4-7: Upper sensor limit – Bytes 8-11: Lower sensor limit – Bytes 12-15: Minimum span ! Note! • The data relate to the primary process variable (= Mass flow). descriptor and date Access = write With this parameter.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation Command No. 16 Read the device production number Access type = read none Bytes 0-2: Production number 17 Write user message Access = write You can save any 32-character long text in the device under this parameter: Bytes 0-23: Desired user message Displays the current user message in the device: Bytes 0-23: Current user message in the device Displays the current information in the device: – Bytes 0-5: TAG – Bytes 6-17: descriptor – Bytes 18-20: Date 18 Write TAG. • Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”. descriptor and date using Command 18. descriptor and date Access type = read Command data (numeric data in decimal form) none Response data (numeric data in decimal form) – Bytes 0-5: TAG – Bytes 6-17: descriptor – Bytes 18-20: Date ! Note! You can write the TAG.

38 Device status reset (Configuration changed) Access = write none 40 Simulate output current of primary process variable Access = write Simulation of the desired output current of the primary process variable. value for 20 mA – Bytes 5-8: lower range. value for 4 mA ! ! Note! • You can set the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51. the device will continue with the last valid unit. ! Note! • If the written HART unit code is not the correct one for the process variable. 44 Endress+Hauser .5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Command No. the device will continue with the last valid unit. value for 4 mA Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow Displays the current damping value in the device: Bytes 0-3: Damping value in seconds 35 Write measuring range of primary process variable Access = write The currently set measuring range is displayed as a response: – Byte 0: HART unit code for the set measuring range of the primary process variable – Bytes 1-4: upper range. none none 42 Perform master reset Access = write 44 Write unit of primary process variable Access = write Set unit of primary process variable. value for 20 mA – Bytes 5-8: lower range. • If the HART unit code is not the correct one for the process variable. HART command / Access type Common Practice Commands 34 Write damping value for primary process variable Access = write Command data (numeric data in decimal form) Response data (numeric data in decimal form) Bytes 0-3: Damping value of the primary process variable in seconds Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow Write the desired measuring range: – Byte 0: HART unit code of the primary process variable – Bytes 1-4: upper range. An entry value of 0 exits the simulation mode: Bytes 0-3: Output current in mA Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow The momentary output current of the primary process variable is displayed as a response: Bytes 0-3: Output current in mA ! Note! You can set the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51. this has no impact on the system units. Only unit which are suitable for the process variable are transferred to the device: Byte 0: HART unit code Factory setting: Primary process variable = Mass flow The current unit code of the primary process variable is displayed as a response: Byte 0: HART unit code ! Note! Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”. none Note! Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”. • If you change the unit of the primary process variable.

51 Write assignments of the device variables to the four process variables Access = write Setting of the device variables to the four process variables: – Byte 0: Device variable code to the primary process variable – Byte 1: Device variable code to the second process variable – Byte 2: Device variable code to the third process variable – Byte 3: Device variable code to the fourth process variable Code of the supported device variables: See data on Page 40 Factory setting: • Primary process variable = Mass flow • Second process variable = Totalizer 1 • Third process variable = Density • Fourth process variable = Temperature The variable assignment of the process variables is displayed as a response: – Byte 0: Device variable code to the primary process variable – Byte 1: Device variable code to the second process variable – Byte 2: Device variable code to the third process variable – Byte 3: Device variable code to the fourth process variable Endress+Hauser 45 . HART command / Access type 48 Read additional device status Access = read 50 Read assignment of the device variables to the four process variables Access = read Command data (numeric data in decimal form) none Response data (numeric data in decimal form) The device status is displayed in extended form as the response: Coding: see table on Page 47 none Display of the current variable assignment of the process variables: – Byte 0: Device variable code to the primary process variable – Byte 1: Device variable code to the second process variable – Byte 2: Device variable code to the third process variable – Byte 3: Device variable code to the fourth process variable Factory setting: • Primary process variable: Code 1 for mass flow • Second process variable: Code 250 for totalizer 1 • Third process variable: Code 2 for density • Fourth process variable: Code 0 for temperature ! Note! You can set or change the assignment of device variables to process variables using Command 51.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation Command No.

the device will continue with the last valid unit.20) As a response. ! Note! • If the written unit is not the correct one for the device variable. Only those units which suit the device variable are transferred: – Byte 0: Device variable code – Byte 1: HART unit code Code of the supported device variables: See data on Page 40 Response data (numeric data in decimal form) The current unit of the device variables is displayed in the device as a response: – Byte 0: Device variable code – Byte 1: HART unit code ! Note! Manufacturer-specific units are represented using the HART unit code “240”.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Command No. this has no impact on the system units. the current number of the preambles is displayed in the response message: Byte 0: Number of preambles 59 Write number of preambles in response message Access = write 46 Endress+Hauser . • If you change the unit of the device variable.. This parameter sets the number of preambles which are inserted in the response messages: Byte 0: Number of preambles (2.. HART command / Access type 53 Write device variable unit Access = write Command data (numeric data in decimal form) This command set the unit of the given device variables.

Byte Bit 0 1 2 3 0 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 2 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 111 121 not assigned 205 206 – – – – – – – Totalizer checksum error I/O board and the amplifier board (software versions) are not compatible. via Command “48”. The command delivers information which are partly coded in bits (see table below). ) Endress+Hauser 47 .4. – T-DAT: Data download not successful T-DAT: Data upload not successful 042 051 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned T-DAT: Error accessing saved values I/O board and the amplifier board are not compatible. ! Note! You can find a detailed explanation of the device status and error messages and their elimination on Page 82 ff. 001 011 012 not assigned Short error description ( Serious device error Measuring amplifier has faulty EEPROM Error when accessing data of the measuring amplifier EEPROM – o Page 82 ff.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation 5.4 Device status / Error messages You can read the extended device status. – – – – – – not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 031 032 041 – – – – – S-DAT: defective or missing S-DAT: Error accessing saved values T-DAT: defective or missing Error No. current error messages. in this case.

48 Endress+Hauser .5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Byte Bit 0 1 2 3 Error No. 357 358 359 – – – No data reception between amplifier and I/O board – – – – – – – Flow buffer: The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pulsating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds. Frequency buffer: The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pulsating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds. 353 354 355 356 Frequency output: flow is out of range. Pulse buffer: The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pulsating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds. 361 362 not assigned – Current output: flow is out of range. not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 261 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 Short error description ( – – – – o Page 82 ff. ) 4 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 5 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 6 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 7 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 8 4 5 6 7 360 Pulse output: the pulse output frequency is out of range.

9 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 12 6 7 473 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 501 Endress+Hauser 49 . Overbatching: the maximum permitted batching quantity was exceeded. The predefined batch quantity point was exceeded. End of filling process approaching. Currently no other commands are possible. 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 Amplifier error One of the measuring tube exciter coils (inlet or outlet) is likely defective.PROline Promass 83 5 Operation Byte Bit 0 1 2 3 Error No. ) The measuring tube oscillation frequency is outside the permitted range. Underbatching: the minimum quantity was not reached. – – – – – – New amplifier software version is loaded. The temperature sensor on the measuring tube is likely defective. permitted batching time has been exceeded. 382 383 The temperature sensor on the carrier tube is likely defective. 379 380 381 Short error description ( o Page 82 ff. 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 10 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 11 4 5 6 7 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 471 472 – – – – – – – – – – Max.

The measuring system can therefore not be started. ) Batching process in progress (valves are open) Batching process has been stopped (valves are closed) – The fluid properties do not allow a continuation of the measurement. not assigned not assigned 571 572 not assigned 586 587 588 not assigned not assigned not assigned 601 not assigned not assigned not assigned 611 612 Short error description ( – – o Page 82 ff. Overdriving of the internal analog to digital converter. Extreme process conditions exist.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 Byte Bit 0 1 2 3 Error No. A continuation of the measurement is no longer possible! – – – Positive zero return active – – – 13 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 14 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 15 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 16 7 651 Simulation relay output active 622 Simulation frequency output active 623 624 631 632 Simulation pulse output active 633 634 641 642 Simulation status output active 643 644 Simulation current output active 613 614 621 50 Endress+Hauser .

PROline Promass 83 5 Operation Byte Bit 0 1 2 3 Error No. The mass flow is too high. Frequency control is not stable. due to inhomogeneous fluid. – – – – – – – The zero point adjustment is not possible or has been cancelled. A continuation of the measurement is still possible! The electronics' measuring range will be exceeded. Overdriving of the internal analog to digital converter. – – Simulation status input active 673 674 691 Simulation of response to error (outputs) active 2 19 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 20 6 7 702 703 704 705 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 731 not assigned not assigned Endress+Hauser 51 . ) Simulation relay output active Simulation relay output active Simulation relay output active – – – – 17 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 18 4 5 6 7 0 1 692 not assigned not assigned not assigned 700 701 Simulation of volume flow active – – – The process fluid density is outside the upper or lower limit values set in the “EPD” function The maximum current value for the measuring tube exciter coils has been reached. since certain process fluid characteristics are extreme. 652 653 654 not assigned not assigned not assigned not assigned 671 672 Short error description ( o Page 82 ff.

27: 1 2 Switching HART write protection on and off (I/O board) Write protection OFF (default). 97 Switch HART write protection on or off. by means of the jumper (Fig. Remove the I/O board o see Page 95. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. 4. as applicable. that is: HART protocol unlocked Write protection ON. Fig.4. 2. # Warning: Risk of electric shock.5 Operation PROline Promass 83 5.5 Switching HART write protection on and off A jumper on the I/O board provides the means of switching HART write protection on or off. 27). Installation of the I/O board is the reverse of the removal procedure. that is: HART protocol locked 52 Endress+Hauser F06-x3xxxxxx-16-xx-06-xx-000 . Make sure that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics compartment. 3. 1. Switch off power supply.

1 Commissioning Switching on the measuring device Once the function checks have been successfully completed. Endress+Hauser 53 . it is time to switch on the power supply.2 6.2. Various measured value and/or status variables appear on the display (HOME position).XX.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning 6 6.XX Current software version M CURRENT OUTPUT FREQUENCY OUTPUT RELAY STATUS INPUT List of installed input/output modules M SYSTEM OK Beginning of normal measuring mode o OPERATION M Normal measuring mode commences as soon as start-up completes. ! Note: If start-up fails. The measuring device performs a number of power on self-tests. As this procedure progresses the following sequence of messages appears on the local display: PROMASS 83 START-UP RUNNING Start-up message M PROMASS 83 SW AMPLIFIER V XX. The device is now operational.1 Commissioning Function check Make sure that all final checks have been completed before you start up your measuring point: x Checklist for “Post installation check” o Page 22 x Checklist for “Post connection check” o Page 30 6. an error message indicating the cause is displayed.

2 Quick Setup “Commissioning” This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all the major device functions that have to be configured for standard measuring operation. 28: Quick Setup menu for straightforward configuration of the major device functions ! 54 Note: The Quick Setup “Commissioning” has to be executed before one of the following Quick Setups is carried out. mode 4207 Output signal 4227 Time constant 4006 Output signal 4208 Failsafe mode Failsafe mode Time constant 4209 Failsafe mode Yes ➃ Configure another output ? No Yes Automatic parameterization of the display Automatic configuration of display ? No F06-83xxxxxx-19-xx-xx-en-000 Carrying out another Quick Setup ? Batching Pulsating flow Gas measurement No Carrying out the selected Quick Setup Fig. Endress+Hauser . flow Selection system units Density Unit 0420 Density Temperature Unit 0422 Temperature Quit Unit 0404 Corr.2. Vol. mode 4226 Meas. Density 6461 Calculated 6462 Exp. SQR 6464 Reference temp. Vol. 6460 calculation Density Reference Unit 0421 Ref. flow Corr./Pulse output n 4200 Quit Operation Mode Frequency Assign 4000 Current output 4001 Pulse Assign 4221 Pulse output 4222 Assign 4201 Freq.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 6. mode 4005 Meas. Lin 6463 Fix. Coeff. E + + Quick Setup B ENDRESS+HAUSER E + - + E QS 1002 Commission Language Defaults 2000 ESC HOME-POSITION ➀ Mass flow Unit 0400 Mass flow Unit 3001 Totalizer Volume flow Unit 0402 Volume flow Unit 3001 Totalizer Corr. Coeff. output 4203 Current span 4002 End value freq. 4204 Pulse value 4223 Value 0/4 mA 4003 Value F Low 4205 Pulse width 4225 Value 20 mA 4004 Value F High 4206 Meas. Vol. Density Exp. Yes ➁ Configure another system unit ? No ➂ Current output n Selection output type Freq.

for example. for example with gear-type. it is advisable to adapt the functions listed below in the function matrix (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual) to suit local process conditions in order to ensure a stable. flexible connecting hose Multi-cylinder reciprocating pump Severely pulsating flow Once several device functions have been configured in the “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup menu. as is the case. unvarying output signal: x Measuring system damping: FLOW DAMPING function o increase the value x Current output damping: TIME CONSTANT function o increase the value Endress+Hauser 55 F06-xxxxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-013 . ! Note: It is always advisable to work through the “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup menu if there is any uncertainty about the exact flow characteristic. Slightly pulsating flow If flow fluctuations are no more than minor.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning 6. Fig.3 Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow” Certain types of pump such as reciprocating. You will find detailed instructions on how to use this Quick Setup menu on Page 56. peristaltic and cam-type pumps. three-cylinder or multi-cylinder pumps. flow fluctuations of this nature can be compensated over the entire flow range and pulsating fluid flows measured correctly. it is not absolutely necessary to work through the Quick Setup menu. however. 29: Flow characteristics of various types of pump A = With severely pulsating flow B = With slightly pulsating flow 1 2 3 4 5 1-cylinder cam pump 2-cylinder cam pump Magnetic pump Peristaltic pump. 29). create a flow characterised by severe periodic fluctuations (Fig. ! Note: Before carrying out the Quick Setup “Pulsating Flow” the Quick Setup “Commissioning” (see Page 54) has to be executed. Negative flows can occur with pumps of these types on account of the closing volume of the valves or valve leaks. In cases of this nature.2.

30: Quick Setup for measuring severely pulsating flows Recommended settings o see next page 56 F06-83xxxxxx-19-xx-xx-en-001 Endress+Hauser . Note that this has no effect on values configured beforehand. current range or full scale value.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 Performing the “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all the device functions that have to be parameterised and configured for measuring pulsating flows.-/Puse output n 4200 Quit Operation mode Frequency 4004 4206 Pulse 4225 Measuring mode 4005 Measuring mode 4208 Measuring mode Time constant Time constant Yes ➃ Configure another output ? No 8005 Alarm delay Assign 6400 LF-Cut off On-value 6402 LF-Cut off Off-value 6403 LF-Cut off Pressure 6404 shock suppression Quit Quick Setup Fig. ENDRESS+HAUSER - + E E + + Quick Setup B ESC HOME-POSITION E + 1003 QS Plusating Flow Display 2002 damping ➀ Totalizer 1 Totalizer 3002 mode (DAA) Totalizer 2 Selection totalizer Totalizer 3 Totalizer 3002 mode (DAC) Quit Totalizer 3002 mode (DAB) Yes ➁ Configure another totalizer ? No ➂Selection of output type Current output n Freq. such as measuring range.

the Quick Setup menu calls up all the subsequent functions in succession.45 [kg/h] resp.n” (for PULSE operating mode) 4225 Other settings 8005 6400 6402 ALARM DELAY ASSIGN LOW FLOW CUTOFF ON-VALUE LOW FLOW CUT OFF 0s MASS FLOW Setting depends on diameter: DN 1 = 0. o Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) o exit the function matrix step by step Endress+Hauser 57 .5 [kg/h] resp. [l/h] DN 25* = 45 [kg/h] resp.. [l/h] DN 40* = 70 [kg/h] resp. [l/h] DN 50 = 70 [kg/h] resp. 25. [l/h] DN 4 = 0. M Basic configuration 2002 3002 3002 3002 DISPLAY DAMPING TOTALIZER MODE (DAA) TOTALIZER MODE (DAB) TOTALIZER MODE (DAC) 1s BALANCE (Totalizer 1) BALANCE (Totalizer 2) BALANCE (Totalizer 3) Signal type for “CURRENT OUTPUT 1... [l/h] DN 100 = 350 [kg/h] resp. OUTPUT 1. [l/h] DN 150 = 650 [kg/h] resp. [l/h] DN 80 = 180 [kg/h] resp. [l/h] DN 15 = 6.. [l/h] DN 2 = 0.n” 4004 4005 MEASURING MODE TIME CONSTANT PULSATING FLOW 1s Signal type for “PULSE/FREQ. [l/h] DN 40 = 45 [kg/h] resp.. [l/h] DN 15* = 18 [kg/h] resp. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I MEASURING MODE PULSATING FLOW M 6403 6404 OFF-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF PRESSURE SHOCK SUPPRESSION 50% 0s M Back to the HOME position o Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning “Pulsating flow” Quick Setup menu HOME position o F o MEASURED VARIABLE MEASURED VARIABLE o O o QUICK SETUP QUICK SETUP o N o QS PULSATING FLOW Function No.n” (for FREQUENCY operating mode) 4206 4208 MEASURING MODE TIME CONSTANT PULSATING FLOW 0s Signal type for “PULSE/FREQ.02 [kg/h] resp. [l/h] DN 8 = 2.0 [kg/h] resp. OUTPUT 1. [l/h] * DN 15. [l/h] DN 25 = 18 [kg/h] resp.. 1003 Function name QS PULSATING FLOW Setting to select ( OS ) YES After F is pressed by way of confirmation.10 [kg/h] resp.

2. " 58 Endress+Hauser . we recommend at you rerun the “Commissioning” and/or “Pulsating Flow” Quick Setup. x You can find detailed information on the batching functions in the separate “Description of Device Functions” manual.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 6.4 Quick Setup “Batching” This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all the device functions that have to be parameterised and configured for batching operation. e. You can order this software from E+H as an accessory at a later date (see Page 79). must be made via the function matrix itself (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual). These can be directly executed on-site using the three operating keys (–/+/E). Caution! The “Batching” Quick Setup sets certain device parameters for discontinuous measurement operation.g. Promass 83 can be fully deployed in the field as a “batch controller” o Page 34. Additional settings. These basic settings allow simple (one step) batching processes. If the measuring instrument is used for continuous flow measurement at a later time. ! Note! x Before carrying out the Quick Setup “Batching” the Quick Setup “Commissioning” (see Page 54) has to be executed. During Quick Setup. Exit this by clicking “YES”. x You can also directly control filling process using the local display. PRESET. This assigns special batching functions (START. x This function is only available when the additional “batching” software is installed in the measuring device (order option). an appropriate dialog appears concerning the automatic display configuration. Therefore. MATRIX) to the bottom line of the display. for the calculation of after runs or for multi-stage batching procedures.

31: “Batching” Quick Setup for configuration of batching functions Recommended settings o see next page Endress+Hauser 59 F06-83xxxxxx-19-xx-xx-en-004 Automatic parameterization of the display . 4780 YES Max.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning ENDRESS+HAUSER - + E E + + Quick Setup B ESC HOME-POSITION E + QS 1005 Batching/Dosing ON-Value 6402 Low flow cut off Flow damping 6603 Pressure shock 6404 suppression Batch Selector Batch Name Batch Quantity 7200 7201 7203 Fix 7204 Compensation Quantity Assign Relay 4700 Terminal No. Batch Time Batch Supervision? 7240 NO YES Autom. Configuration Display? NO Locked PRESET Batch quantity Access Customer Quit Quick Setup Fig.

i. M ! Warning: Some of the functions listed below (with a grey background) are configured automatically. by the measuring system. 1005 Function name QUICK SETUP BATCHING / DOSING Setting to select ( OS ) (Go to next function: press F ) YES After F is pressed by way of confirma-tion. 6400 6402 6403 6603 6404 7200 7201 7202 7203 7204 7205 7208 7209 4700 4780 7220 7240 7241 7242 2200 2220 2400 2420 2600 2620 ASSIGN LOW FLOW CUTOFF ON-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF OFF-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF FLOW DAMPING PRESSURE SHOCK SUPPRESSION BATCH SELECTOR BATCH NAME ASSIGN BATCH VARIABLE BATCH QUANTITY FIX COMPENSATION QUANTITY COMPENSATION MODE BATCH STAGES INPUT FORMAT ASSIGN RELAY TERMINAL NUMBER OPEN VALVE 1 MAXIMUM BATCH TIME MINIMUM BATCH QUANTITY MAXIMUM BATCH QUANTITY ASSIGN (main line) ASSIGN (multiplex main line) ASSIGN (addition line) ASSIGN (multiplex addition line) ASSIGN (information line) ASSIGN (multiplex information line) MASS FLOW see Table on Page 61 50% 0 seconds 0 seconds BATCH #1 BATCH #1 MASS 0 [unit] 0 [unit] OFF 1 Value input BATCH VALVE 1 Output (display only) 0% or 0 [unit] 0 seconds (= switched off) 0 0 BATCH NAME OFF BATCH DOWNWARDS OFF BATCHING KEYS OFF M Back to the HOME position o Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.e. o Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) o exit the function matrix step by step 60 Endress+Hauser .6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 “Batching” Quick Setup menu HOME position o F o MEASURED VARIABLE (A) MEASURED VARIABLE o O o QUICK SETUP (B) QUICK SETUP o N o QUICK SETUP BATCHING / DOSING (1005) Function No. the Quick Setup menu calls up all the subsequent functions in succession.

00 300. 40 “FB” = Full bore version of Promass I Endress+Hauser 61 .00 180.00 180. 25.000 44.80 8.00 72.00 1200.08 0.00 US units [lb/min] 0.40 1.600 2.000 95.015 0.000 11.00 300.003 0.000 26.300 1.066 0.04 m/s) SI units [kg/h] 0.600 6.600 11.600 6.00 26.000 * DN 15.000 2.00 2600.00 72.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning Nominal diameter [mm] 1 2 4 8 15 15 FB * 25 25 FB * 40 40 FB * 50 80 100 150 Low flow cutoff / factory settings (v ~ 0.00 720.

5 Quick Setup “Gas Measurement” Promass 83 is not only suitable for measuring liquid flow.g. Corrected volume flow can be assigned as follows: – to a display line – to the current output – to the pulse/frequency output Performing the “Gas Measurement” Quick Setup This Quick Setup menu guides you systematically through the setup procedure for all the device functions that have to be parameterised and configured for gas measurement. ! Note: x Before carrying out the Quick Setup “Gas Measurement” the Quick Setup “Commissioning” (see Page 54) has to be executed. Note that direct density and/or volume measurement is not possible! x The flow ranges and measuring accuracy that apply to gas measurement are not the same as those for liquids. change the setting for the CORRECTED VOLUME CALCULATION function to “FIXED REFERENCE DENSITY” in the “Commissioning” Quick Setup menu. ENDRESS+HAUSER - + E E + + Quick Setup B ESC HOME-POSITION E + QS 1004 Gas measurement Assign 6400 Low flow cut off On-value 6402 Low flow cut off Off-value 6403 Low flow cut off F06-83xxxxxx-19-xx-xx-en-002 Fig. in Nm3/h) is to be measured and output instead of the mass flow (e. Direct mass measurement based on the Coriolis principle is also possible for measuring the flow rate of gases.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 6. in kg/h). Recommended settings o see next page 62 Endress+Hauser . x If Corrected volume flow (e. x Only mass and Corrected volume flow can be measured and output with the gas measurement mode.g. 32: Quick Setup for measuring gases.2.

6403 OFF-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF If the ASSIGNMENT LOW FLOW CUTOFF function was not set to “OFF”.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning . o Repeatedly press and release Esc key (X) o exit the function matrix step by step ! Note: Quick Setup automatically deactivates the function EMPTY PIPE DETECTION (6420) so that the instrument can measure flow at low gas pressures. Endress+Hauser 63 . “Gas Measurement” Quick Setup menu HOME position o F o MEASURED VARIABLE (A) MEASURED VARIABLE o O o QUICK SETUP (B) QUICK SETUP o N o QS GAS MEASUREMENT (1004) Function No.0000 [unit] User input: Flow rates for gas measurements are low. 1004 QS GAS MEASUREMENT M 6400 ASSIGNMENT LOW FLOW CUTOFF On account of the low mass flow involved when gas flows are measured. the following applies: Setting: 0. so the value for the switch-on point (= low flow cutoff) must be correspondingly low. referenced to the switch-on point. Setting: OFF 6402 ON-VALUE LOW FLOW CUTOFF If the ASSIGNMENT LOW FLOW CUTOFF function was not set to “OFF”. Function name Setting to select ( OS ) (Go to next function: press F ) YES After F is pressed by way of confirmation. it is advisable not use a low flow cutoff. the following applies: Setting: 50% User input: Enter the switch-off point as a positive hysteresis in %. the Quick Setup menu calls up all the subsequent functions in succession. M Back to the HOME position: o Press and hold down Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds.

g. containing entrained solids or gas) it may prove impossible to obtain a stable zero point despite repeated zero point adjustments. 2 1 Fig. Experience shows that the zero point adjustment is advisable only in special cases: x To achieve highest measuring accuracy also with very small flow rates. The zero point obtained in this way is printed on the nameplate. Preconditions for a zero point adjustment Note the following before you perform a zero point adjustment: x A zero point adjustment can be performed only with fluids that contain no gas or solid contents. x Under extreme process or operating conditions (e. In instances of this nature. please contact your E+H service center. with shut-off valves upstream and/or downstream of the sensor or by using existing valves and gates (Fig. x You can view the currently valid zero point value using the “ZERO POINT” function (see the “Description of Device Functions” manual). very high process temperatures or very high viscosity fluids). Calibration takes place under reference operating conditions (see Page 105). the zero point adjustment is generally not necessary for Promass.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 6.g.2. x Zero point adjustment is performed with the measuring tubes completely filled and at zero flow (v = 0 m/s). 33): – Normal operation o valves 1 and 2 open – Zero point adjustment with pump pressure o valve 1 open / valve 2 closed – Zero point adjustment without pump pressure o valve 1 closed / valve 2 open " Caution: x If the fluid is very difficult to measure (e. Consequently. for example.6 Zero point adjustment All Promass measuring devices are calibrated with state-of-the-art technology. 33: Zero point adjustment and shut-off valves 64 Endress+Hauser F06-xxxxxxxx-11-00-00-xx-001 . This can be achieved.

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Performing a zero point adjustment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Operate the system until operating conditions have settled. Stop the flow (v = 0 m/s). Check the shut-off valves for leaks. Check that operating pressure is correct. Using the local display, select the “ZEROPOINT ADJUSTMENT” function in the function matrix: HOME o F o R o BASIC FUNCTIONS BASIC FUNCTIONS o F o R o PROCESSPARAMETER PROCESSPARAMETER o F o R o ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTMENT o F o ZEROPOINT ADJUSTMENT 6. 7. When you press OS you are automatically prompted to enter the access code if the function matrix is still disabled. Enter the code. Use OS to select START and press F to confirm. Select YES at the prompt and press F again to confirm. Zero point adjustment now starts. – The message “ZEROPOINT ADJUST RUNNING” appears on the display for 30...60 seconds while adjustment is in progress. – If the flow in the pipe exceeds 0.1 m/s, the following error message appears on the display: ZERO ADJUST NOT POSSIBLE. – When the zero point adjustment completes, the “ZERO ADJUST.” function reappears on the display. Back to the HOME position: – Press and hold down the Esc key (X) for longer than three seconds. – Repeatedly press and release the Esc key (X).

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Density adjustment

It is advisable to perform a density adjustment when optimum measuring accuracy is required for calculating density dependent values. The application may require a 1-point or 2-point density adjustment. 1-point density adjustment (with one fluid): This type of density adjustment is necessary under the following circumstances: x The sensor does not measure exactly the density value that the user expects on the basis of laboratory analyses. x The fluid properties are outside the measuring points set at the factory, or the reference operating conditions used to calibrate the measuring device. x The system is used exclusively to measure a fluid’s density which must be registered to a high degree of accuracy under constant conditions. Example: Brix density measurement for apple juice. 2-point density adjustment (with two fluids): This type of adjustment is always to be carried out if the measuring tubes have been mechanically altered by, e.g. material build-up, abrasion or corrosion. In such cases, the resonant frequency of the measuring tubes has been affected by these factors and is no longer compatible with the calibration data set at the factory. The 2-point density adjustment allows for these mechanical changes and recalculates new revised data.

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Caution: x On-site density adjustment can be performed only if the user has detailed knowledge of the fluid density, obtained for example from detailed laboratory analyses. x The target density value specified in this way must not deviate from the measured fluid density by more than ±10%. x An error in defining the target density affects all calculated density and volume functions. x The 2-point density adjustment is only possible if both target density values are different from each other by at least 0.2 kg/l. x Density adjustment changes the factory density calibration values or the calibration values set by the service technician. 1. 2. Fill the sensor with fluid. Make sure that the measuring tubes are completely filled and that liquids are free of gas bubbles. Wait until the temperature difference between fluid and measuring tube has equalised. The time you have to wait for equalisation depends on the fluid and the temperature level. Using the local display, select the “SETPOINT DENSITY” function in the function matrix and perform density adjustment as follows:

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DENSITY SET VALUE

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Note: If the function matrix is still locked, then you are automatically prompted to enter the access code when pressing the OS keys. Enter the code.

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DENSITY SET VALUE 1

Use OS to enter the target density of the first fluid and press F to save this value (input range = actual density value ±10%). Use OS to select START and press F . The message “DENSITY MEASUREMENT RUNNING” appears on the display for approximately 10 seconds. During this time Promass measures the current density of the first fluid (measured density value).

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For 2-point density adjustment only: 6485 DENSITY SET VALUE 2 Use OS to enter the target density of the second fluid and press F to save this value (input range = actual density value ±10%). Use OS to select START and press F . The message “DENSITY MEASUREMENT RUNNING” appears on the display for approximately 10 seconds. During this time Promass measures the current density of the second fluid (measured density value).

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Use OS to select DENSITY ADJUSTMENT and press F . Promass compares the measured density value and the target density value and calculates the new density coefficient. If the density adjustment does not complete correctly, you can select the RESTORE ORIGINAL function to reactivate the default density coefficient.

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°API. °Brix. you can select various density functions (Fig.2. e. The formula used for the calculation is the same as for %-MASS. The units of concentration used in the paper industry for black liquor in % by mass. accessories o Page 79) offers a multitude of additional density functions. °Baumé.g.g. The basic equations (without temperature compensation) are: D2 b ( 7 – D1) Mass [%] = -------------------------------.g. The optional software package “Concentration measurement” (F-Chip. such as volume flow. °API (= American Petroleum Institute) Density units specifically used in North America for liquefied oil products. °BAUME °BALLING °PLATO %-BLACK LIQUOR °API 68 Endress+Hauser . water) D2 = density of target fluid (material transported. ferric chloride solutions.g. etc. especially for special density calculations in all types of applications: x calculating percentage contents. e.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 6. for measuring solutions containing sugar such as fruit juice. it is possible to calculate the percentage mass or volume contents of the carrier fluid or the target fluid. This density unit or scale is mainly used for acidic solutions. mass and volume flow in two-phase media (carrier fluid and target fluid) x converting density of the fluid into special density units.b 100% 7 b (D2 – D1) ( 7 – D1) Volume [%] = -----------------------.8 Concentration measurement The Promass 83 determines three primary variables simultaneously: x Mass flow x Fluid density x Fluid temperature As standard. e.b 100% (D2 – D1) D1 = density of carrier fluid (transporting liquid. lime powder or a second liquefied material to be measured) U = measured overall density °BRIX Density unit used for the Food & Beverage industry which deals with the saccharose content of aqueous solutions. 1° Balling (Plato) is thus 1% of the liquid weight. reference density (density at reference temperature) and corrected volume flow. Additional evaluation methods are available in this way.g. A fluid with a value of 1° BALLING (Plato) has the same density as a water/cane sugar solution consisting of 1 kg cane sugar dissolved in 99 kg of water. these measured variables allow other process variables to be calculated. The ICUMSA table for Brix units given on Page 69 is the basis for calculations within Promass 83. 34) which use a fixed specified calculation mode for calculating concentration: Density function % MASS % VOLUME Remarks By using the functions for two-phase-media. Two Baumé scales are used in practice: • BAUME > 1 kg/l: for solutions heavier than water • BAUME < 1 kg/l: for solutions lighter than water A commonly used basis for calculating the fluid density in the brewery industry. e. e. etc. Concentration measurement with fixed calculation function By means of the “DENSITY FUNCTION (7000)” function.

93 1042.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning ENDRESS+HAUSER - + E ESC HOME POSITION E + + Special function H E Density functions HAA 700 Configuration 7000 Density function Selection % MASS % VOLUME ° API ° BAUME ° PLATO ° BALLING ° BRIX FLEXIBLE 7001 Reference density Carrier fluid 7002 Expansion coefficient linear 7007 Expansion coefficient linear 7007 see separate description Expansion coeff.48 1083.44 70°C 977.15 1080.79 1038. sqr. linear Target fluid 7006 Expansion coeff.98 1123.60 1085. Target fluid Reference temperature 7009 Fig.97 1103.56 1040.21 Endress+Hauser 69 F06-83xxxxxx-19-xx-xx-en-003 .78 1102.44 1031.70 1019.19 1002.55 1051.50 1095.20 1021.58 1106.34 1036.23 1030.86 60°C 983.51 1068.03 1007.03 30°C 995.63 1073.74 1118.61 1108.59 1127.83 1090.13 1055. 34: Selecting and configuring different density functions in the function matrix Brixgrade (density of hydrous saccharose solution in kg/m3) °Brix 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 10°C 999.20 40°C 992. Carrier fluid 7004 Reference density Target fluid 7005 Expansion coeff.78 989.19 20°C 998.21 1011.80 50°C 988.54 80°C 971.47 1130.58 1099.96 1047.94 1113.97 1077. sqr.70 1016.08 1073.76 996.14 1026.50 1096.38 1052.85 1079.10 1059.65 1010.03 1035.15 1061.64 1015.20 1017. linear Carrier fluid 7003 Expansion coefficient square 7008 Expansion coefficient square Reference temperature 7008 7009 Expansion coeff.72 1057.39 1063.

00 1416. & L.80 1356.14 1202. the concentration can be calculated from the measured density and temperature values by means of the following formula (the coefficients A0.38 1342. the relationship between the three variables – concentration.58 1233.20 1429.36 1401.59 1311.59 1276.21 1383.50 1451.50 1242.10 1434.49 1379. officially recommended by ICUMSA.33 1187.68 1176.56 1347.13 1343.61 1316.20 1422.25 1219. In this way.45 1287.52 1193. However.60 1410.23 1208.21 1330.90 30°C 1147.71 1167. it may not be possible to use density functions with a fixed calculation function (% mass.64 1286.80 80°C 1119.25 1305. density and temperature must be known (3-dimensional). Technical University of Brunswick.15 1224.50 Source: A.51 1202.46 1389.53 1251.27 1169.18 1264.83 1376.11 1291.46 1352.18 1373. by a table.90 70°C 1126.71 1182.55 1350. 20th session 1990 Concentration measurement with flexible calculation function Under certain application conditions.11 1223.98 1252.84 1362.70 1196.16 1150.31 1321.93 1336.56 1229.g. The following types of calculation can be selected in function “MODE (7010)”: x % MASS 3D x % VOLUME 3D x % MASS 2D x % VOLUME 2D x OTHER 3D x OTHER 2D Calculation type “% MASS 3D” or “% VOLUME 3D” For this type of calculation.79 1281.58 1172.00 60°C 1132.98 1258.13 1156.61 1229.30 20°C 1151.05 1270. A1.63 1368. etc.93 1247.61 1300.87 1262. etc).58 1417.70 1440.67 1294.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 Brixgrade (density of hydrous saccharose solution in kg/m3) °Brix 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 10°C 1154. have to be determined either by the user or by the FieldTool program): C = A0 + A1 · U + A2 · U2 + A3 · U3 + A4 · U4 + B1 · T + B2 · T2 + B3 · T3 C = Concentration U = currently measured density A0 = value from function COEFFICIENT A0 (7011) A1 = value from function COEFFICIENT A1 (7012) A2 = value from function COEFFICIENT A2 (7013) A3 = value from function COEFFICIENT A3 (7014) A4 = value from function COEFFICIENT A4 (7015) B1 = value from function COEFFICIENT B1 (7016) B2 = value from function COEFFICIENT B2 (7017) B3 = value from function COEFFICIENT B3 (7018) T = currently measured temperature in °C 70 Endress+Hauser .76 1180.88 1281.55 1384.79 1144.80 50°C 1137.25 1198. Emmerich.52 1395.21 1324. °Brix.88 1406. e.65 1162.38 1412.70 1236.64 1257. user-specific or application-specific concentration calculations can be used with the “FLEXIBLE” setting in the function “DENSITY FUNCTION (7000)”.22 1206.80 40°C 1142.33 1176.94 1214.52 1312.96 1318.20 1445.

1% 91.7% 83. Assume: Density (U): 870 kg/m³ o 0.9% 66.9% 60.3469·10-6 B3 = 0 Calculation: C = A0 + A1 · U + A2 · U2 + A3 · U3 + A4 · U4 + B1 · T + B2 · T2 + B3 · T3 = -2.7% 59. temperature in °C and concentration in decimal form (0.8571) · 0.2% 64.5% 76.6% 89.7747)·10-3 · 20 + (-7.2% 86. B1 and B2 need to be entered into the matrix positions 7016 and 7017 in scientific notation as 10-3 and 10-6 respectively.6057 A1 = 11.4% 79.5% 53.870 + (-8.8571 A3 = 0 A4 = 0 B1 = -2.7604 = 76.8703 + 0 · 0.6% 71. not 50%).0% 77.8702 + 0 · 0.642 · 0.5% 88.4% 67.2% 80.7% 10°C 15°C 20°C 25°C 30°C ! Note: The coefficients for the Promass 83 concentration algorithm should be determined with the density in units of kg/liter.8% 92.3% 90.6057 + 11.3% 84. Temperature Density 825 kg/m³ 840 kg/m³ 855 kg/m³ 870 kg/m³ 885 kg/m³ 900 kg/m³ 915 kg/m³ 93.50.0% 85.04% Endress+Hauser 71 .PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning Example: The following is a concentration table from a reference source.5% 88.0% 57.3% 55.8704 + (-2.642 A2 = -8.6% 62.8% 65.5% 72.6% 81.3469)·10-6 · 202 + 0 · 203 = 0.1% 73.3% 60.5% 68.8% 78.870 kg/l Temperature (T): 20°C Coefficients determined for table above: A0 = -2.0% 83.7747·10-3 B2 = -7.1% 70.0% 74.

.. The parameters important for measuring the reference density can also be configured directly via the “Commissioning” Quick Setup menu. by a table. the concentration can be calculated from the measured reference density by means of the following formula (the coefficients A0. Calculation type “OTHER 3D” or “OTHER 2D” With this option.. . e. 72 Endress+Hauser . A1. users can enter a free selectable designation for their specific concentration unit or target parameters (see function TEXT ARBITRARY CONCENTRATION (0606)). both the reference temperature (function REFERENCE TEMPERATURE) and the expansion coefficients (function EXPANSION COEFF.) must be entered in the measuring system. In this way. etc. have to be determined either by the user or by the FieldTool program): C = A0 + A1 · Uref + A2 · Uref2 + A3 · Uref3 + A4 · Uref4 C = Concentration Uref = currently measured reference density A0 = value from function COEFFICIENT A0 (7011) A1 = value from function COEFFICIENT A1 (7012) A2 = value from function COEFFICIENT A2 (7013) A3 = value from function COEFFICIENT A3 (7014) A4 = value from function COEFFICIENT A4 (7015) ! Note! Promass determines the reference density by means of the density and temperature currently measured.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 Calculation type “% MASS 2D” or “% VOLUME 2D” For this type of calculation.g. the relationship between the two variables concentration and reference density must be known (2-dimensional).. To do so.

! Note! The last ten entries are retained in chronological order in the measuring system. It is only in this way that deviations from the reference status can be clearly determined. By means of the diagnostic functions it is now possible to record various process and device parameters during operation. deviations of the measuring system from a “reference status” can be detected in good time and corrective measures can be taken. e. Ensure that the process conditions always correspond to the reference status when data is being recorded. Normally.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning 6. measuring tube damping etc. non-changing process conditions. The “history” of such values can be called up via various functions: Diagnosis parameters Mass flow Density Reference density Temperature Meas. x “SINGLE SHOT” option: The user himself acquires the data manually at different. constant conditions.9 Advanced diagnostic functions Changes to the measuring system. density/reference density. free selectable periods. Methods of ascertaining data Process and device parameters can be recorded in two different ways which you can define in the function o ACQUISITION MODE (7410): x “PERIODICAL” option: Measuring device acquires data periodically. " Caution! It is not possible to analyse the trend of process/device parameters without reference values! Reference values can only be determined under constant. Enter the desired time interval by means of the function “ACQUISITION PERIODE (7411)”. e. accessories o Page 79). These reference values are determined under reproducible.g. temperature values. Reference values as the basis for trend analysis Reference values of the parameters in question must always be recorded for trend analysis. e. Reference data can also be ascertained under customer-specific process conditions. Endress+Hauser 73 . By analysing the trend of these measured values. Such reference values are initially recorded during calibration at the factory and saved in the measuring device.2.g. coating build-up or corrosion and abrasion on the measuring tubes can be detected at an early stage by means of the optional software package “Advanced Diagnostics” (F-Chip.). during commissioning or at certain process stages (cleaning cycles. etc. tube damping Sensor symmetry Data saved (per parameter) Reference value o “REFERENCE VALUE” function Lowest measured value o “MINIMUM VALUE” function Highest measured value o “MAXIMUM VALUE” function List of the last ten measured values o “HISTORY 1” function Deviation measured/reference value o “ACTUAL DEVIATION” function • • • • • ! Note: More detailed information can be found in the “Description of Device Functions” Manual. mass flow. Reference values are recorded and saved in the measuring system always by means of the device function o REFERENCE CONDITION USER (7401).g. these influences reduce the measuring accuracy of the system or may lead to serious system errors.

. The limit value is entered into the measuring system as an absolute (+/–) or relative deviation from the reference value o function “WARNING LEVEL (74. Reference density Temperature Measuring tube damping Sensor symmetry 74 Endress+Hauser . from mechanical changes (coating build-up. abrasion). e. A deviation from the reference status can be caused by a change in measuring tube damping. when using the limit function it is especially important to know the minimum and maximum deviation tolerances allowed.). at 20 °C) instead of the density. The reference density values can be interpreted in the same way as the density values. A deviation from the reference status can be caused by a change in the measuring tube resonance frequency. Otherwise there is the danger that a warning message is triggered inadvertently during “normal” process fluctuations. which have to be determined by the users themselves in each individual case.g.)”. Deviations arising and recorded by the measuring system can also be output via the current or relay outputs.g. a limit value can be assigned to all the process/device parameters relevant to the diagnostic functions. e.. e. There can be various reasons for deviating from the reference status.g. The following table provides examples and pointers for each of the six diagnosis parameters recorded: Diagnosis parameters Mass flow Density Possible reasons for deviation A deviation from the reference status indicates possible zero point shift. A warning message is triggered if this limit value is exceeded o function “WARNING MODE (7403)”.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 Triggering warning messages If required. corrosion or abrasion. For example. This means that users must have a very good knowledge of their specific process conditions and the related deviation tolerances in the process. corrosion. Data interpretation The way the data recorded by the measuring system is interpreted depends largely on the application in question. Ensure that the parameters required for calculating the reference density have been correctly configured (functions REFERENCE TEMPERATURE and EXPANSION COEFF. you can analyse the reference density (= density at a constant temperature. Use this diagnosis parameter to determine whether the sensor signals are symmetrical. If the fluid temperature cannot be kept completely constant. Use this diagnosis parameter to check the functionality of the PT 100 temperature sensor. from deposits in the measuring tube.

and that the terminal assignment in the connection compartment of the transmitter varies accordingly o Page 27. 4. Set the jumpers exactly as shown in Fig. Remove the I/O board o Page 95.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning 6. plug-in module) Active current output (default) Passive current output Endress+Hauser 75 F06-x3xxxxxx-16-xx-06-xx-001 . 97 Set the jumpers in accordance with Fig. 35. Switch off power supply.1 1.2.2 Configuring current outputs with the aid of jumpers (I/O board) Current output 1 with HART Active current output (default) Passive current output Current output 2 (optional. # Warning: Risk of electric shock. " Fig.1 2. 1.10 Current output: active/passive The current outputs are configured as “active” or “passive” by means of various jumpers on the I/O board or the current submodule. – Note that the position of the current submodule on the I/O board can vary. Caution: – Risk of destroying the measuring device.2 2 2. 2. 35. Incorrectly set jumpers can cause overcurrents that would destroy either the measuring device or external devices connected to it. Installation of the I/O board is the reverse of the removal procedure. Make sure that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics compartment. depending on the version ordered. 35: 1 1. 3. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages.

# Warning: Risk of electric shock. 3. Caution: – If you change the setting you must always change the positions of both jumpers. 1.2. relay 2. Remove the I/O board o Page 95. This configuration can be called up at any time with the “ACTUAL STATUS RELAY” function (No. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. " 4. 97 Set the jumpers in accordance with Fig.11 Relay contacts: Normally closed/Normally open The relay contact can be configured as normally open (NO or make) or normally closed (NC or break) contacts by means of two jumpers on the relay submodule. Fig. Switch off power supply.6 Commissioning PROline Promass 83 6. 2. and that the terminal assignment in the connection compartment of the transmitter varies accordingly o see Page 27. – Note that the position of the relay submodule on the I/O board can vary. if installed) 76 Endress+Hauser F06-x3xxxxxx-16-xx-06-xx-002 . 4740). relay 1) Configured as NC contact (default. 36. depending on the version ordered. Make sure that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics compartment. Installation of the I/O board is the reverse of the removal procedure. 36: 1 2 Configuring relay contacts (NC / NO) Configured as NO contact (default.

Thus. No. serial number. With the help of these connections. This diminishes the danger of mechanical overload of the housing. 6. it can not be reused with other measuring devices.4 Data storage device (DAT. In the case of a later upgrade. 1009). with corrosive process fluids. # Warning: For a process pressure above the specified containment pressure. Detailed instructions regarding this can be found in the handbook “Description of Device Functions” (function “T-DAT SAVE/LOAD”. Endress+Hauser 77 . the F-Chip can be ordered as an accessory (see Page 79) and can simply be plugged on to the I/O board (see Page 94). Storing of specific parameter settings from the EEPROM to the T-DAT and vice versa has to be carried out by the user (= manual save function).3 Purge and pressure monitoring connections The sensor housing protects the inner electronics and mechanics and is filled with dry nitrogen. calibration factor. diameter. fluid collected in the housing in the event of tube failure can be drained off. After start up. the F-Chip is coded with the transmitter serial number once it is plugged in. the software is immediately made available to the transmitter. x Use only low gauge pressure to purge. which could lead to a housing failure and accordingly is connected with an increased danger potential. The following instructions apply to handling sensors with purge or pressure monitoring connections: x Do not open the purge connections unless the containment can be filled immediately with a dry inert gas. F-Chip (Function-Chip) The F-Chip is a microprocessor chip that contains additional software packages that extend the functionality and application possibilities of the transmitter.PROline Promass 83 6 Commissioning 6. e. " Caution: To ensure an unambiguous assignment. Maximum pressure 5 bar. F-Chip) S-DAT (Sensor-DAT) The S-DAT is an exchangeable data storage device in which all sensor relevant parameters are stored. the housing does not serve as an additional secondary containment.g. we recommend the use of sensors whose housing is equipped with special pressure monitoring connections (ordering option). zero point. up to a specified measuring pressure it additionally serves as secondary containment. T-DAT (Transmitter-DAT) The T-DAT is an exchangeable data storage device in which all transmitter parameters and settings are stored. These connections can also be used for gas purging (gas detection). In case a danger of measuring tube failure exists due to process characteristics. Beyond that. i..e.

7 Maintenance PROline Promass 83 7 Maintenance The Promass 83 flow measuring system requires no special maintenance. fluid wetted seals of the Promass A and Promass M sensors do not require replacement.). x Replacement seals (accessories) o Page 79. Replacement is necessary only in special circumstances. for example if aggressive or corrosive fluids are incompatible with the seal material. 78 Endress+Hauser . I) If pigs are used for cleaning. Replacing seals Under normal circumstances. Exterior cleaning When cleaning the exterior of measuring devices. ! Note: x The period between changes depends on the fluid properties and on the frequency of cleaning cycles in the case of CIP/SIP cleaning. it is essential to take the inside diameters of measuring tube and process connection into account (see Page 166 ff. always use cleaning agents that do not attack the surface of the housing and the seals. Cleaning with pigs (Promass H.

The E+H service organisation can provide detailed information on the order codes of your choice. Set consists of two seals. Accessory Transmitter PROline Promass 83 Description Transmitter for replacement or for stock.) – Seals For regular replacement of the seals of the Promass M and Promass A sensors. status input Ordering code 83XXX  XXXXX * * * * * * Inputs/outputs DK8EI  * * * * Software packages for Promass 83 Software add-ons on F-Chip. relay output – Module / 4th slot: Relay output.. Handheld terminal for remote parameterisation and for obtaining measured values via the current output HART (4. Suitable for: – Wall mounting – Pipe mounting – Installation in control panel Post mounting set for the Promass A DK8SO – * Installation set for transmitter DK8WM  * Post mounting set for the Promass A sensor Mounting set for the Promass A sensor DK8AS  * * DK8MS  * * * * * * Mounting set for Promass A.PROline Promass 83 8 Accessories 8 Accessories Various accessories. frequency output. Use the order code to define the following specifications: – Approvals – Degree of protection / version – Cable entries – Display / power supply / operation – Software – Outputs / inputs The following plug-in modules are available: – Basic module with HART current output – Module / 2nd slot: Current output.. can be ordered individually: – Extended diagnosis – Batching functions – Concentration measurement Mounting set for remote version. or relay output – Module / 3rd slot: Current output. comprising: – 2 process connections (see Page 158 ff. Contact your E+H representative for more information. which can be ordered separately from Endress+Hauser.20 mA). frequency output. are available for the transmitter and the sensor. Set of seals for sensor DKS  * * * HART Communicator DXR 275 handheld terminal DXR275  * * * * * * Endress+Hauser 79 .

test results can be imported into a database. Applicator can be downloaded from the Internet or ordered on CD-ROM for installation on a local PC. maintenance analysis – Configuring flowmeters – Service functions – Visualisation of process data – Trouble-shooting – Controlling the “FieldCheck” tester/simulator Contact your E+H representative for more information. When used in conjunction with the “FieldTool” software package. printed and used for official certification.8 Accessories PROline Promass 83 Accessory Applicator Description Software for selecting and configuring flowmeters. Contact your E+H representative for more information. Contact your E+H representative for more information. Ordering code DKA80  * FieldTool Configuration and service software for flowmeters in the field: – Commissioning. DXC10  * * 80 Endress+Hauser . DXS10  * * * * * FieldCheck Tester/simulator for testing flowmeters in the field.

e. Check the power supply o Terminals 1. Measured value indicated. 98 2. 501 – 699 Error number: No. 700 – 799 System error (device error) has occurred o Page 82 Process error (application error) has occurred o Page 89 M Other error (without error message) Some other error has occurred. The meanings of these icons are as follows (example): – – – – – Error type: S = system error. The display text will appear in English (default) and is displayed at maximum contrast. = error designation.55 V AC and 16. but displays them as notice message only. Error number: No. but no signal at the current or pulse output o order spare parts o Page 94 M Error messages on display Errors which occur during commissioning or measuring operation are displayed immediately.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting 9 9.62 V DC: 2 A slow-blow / 250 V 3. 400 – 499 No.. but output signals are present.. Check the display No display visible and no output signals present. 1. fluid is not homogeneous 03:00:05 = duration of error occurrence (in hours.. if faults occur after start-up or during operation. Check whether the ribbon-cable connector of the display module is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. The routine takes you directly to the cause of the problem and the appropriate remedial measures. Check the power line fuse o Page 99 85.! • The measuring system interprets simulations and positive zero return as system errors. Error messages consist of a variety of icons.. 1. Measuring electronics defective o order spare parts o Page 94 Switch off power supply. 2 2.. minutes and seconds) # 702 = error number " Caution: • See the information on Page 37 ff.g. Display module defective o order spare parts o Page 94 3.260 V AC: 0. Measuring electronics defective o order spare parts o Page 94 No display visible..1 Trouble-shooting Trouble-shooting instructions Always start trouble-shooting with the checklists below. ! = notice message MEDIUM INHOM. Measuring electronics defective Display texts are in a foreign language.8 A slow-blow / 250 V 20. Diagnosis and rectification o Page 91 Endress+Hauser 81 . Press and hold down both the OS keys and switch on the measuring device. P = process error Error message type: $ = fault message. 001 – 399 No.

Spare parts o Page 94 The EEPROM data blocks in which an error has occurred are displayed in the “TROUBLESHOOTING” function. # 0xx S o Hardware error Serious device error Replace the amplifier board.2 System error messages Serious system errors are always recognised by the instrument as “Fault message”. 1. 111 / CHECKSUM TOTAL. are classed and displayed as “Notice messages”. on the other hand. Simulations and positive zero return.). 2. Plug the S-DAT into the amplifier board o Page 96. S-DAT is not plugged into the amplifier board or is missing. Spare parts o Page 94 Replace the amplifier board.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 9. 98 82 Endress+Hauser . Replace the S-DAT. Note: x The listed error message types below correspond to the factory setting. Type Error message / No. Cause Remedy / spare part S = System error $ = Fault message (with an effect on the inputs and outputs) ! = Notice message (without an effect on the inputs and outputs) No. 2. default values are automatically inserted instead of the errored parameter values. replacement DAT is compatible with the measuring electronics. and are shown as a lightning flash ($) on the display. Spare parts o Page 94 Check the spare part set number to ensure that the new. S-DAT is defective. x Also observe the information on Page 37 ff. Press Enter to acknowledge the errors in question. $ S CRITICAL FAILURE # 001 AMP HW EEPROM # 011 AMP SW EEPROM # 012 $ S Amplifier: Defective EEPROM Amplifier: Error accessing EEPROM data $ ! Note: The measuring device has to be restarted if an error has occurred in a totalizer block (see error No. S $ SENSOR HW DAT # 031 Sensor DAT: 1. " ! Caution: In the event of a serious fault. and 92. Fault messages immediately affect the inputs and outputs. You will find a preprinted blank of the this form at the back of this manual. Always enclose a duly completed “Declaration of contamination” form. a flowmeter might have to be returned to the manufacturer for repair. The procedures on Page 8 must be carried out before you return a flowmeter to Endress+Hauser.

Replace the T-DAT. replacement DAT is compatible with the measuring electronics. Accessories o Page 79 2. 2. Check whether the S-DAT is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. S $ TRANSM. Spare parts o Page 94 Before replacing the DAT. HW-DAT # 041 Transmitter DAT: 1. S $ A / C COMPATIB. F-Chip is not plugged into the I/O board or is missing. Check whether the T-DAT is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. Replace the S-DAT if it is defective. Spare parts o Page 94 Before replacing the DAT. Plug the T-DAT into the amplifier board o Page 96. 98 2. Check the: – Spare part set number – Hardware revision code 3. # 051 The I/O board and the amplifier board are not compatible. Spare parts o Page 94 Check the spare part set number to ensure that the new. Replace the amplifier board if necessary. Remedy / spare part 1. Plug the F-Chip into the I/O board o Page 96. Check the: – Spare part set number – Hardware revision code 1. Check the: – Spare part set number – Hardware revision code 3. Restart the measuring device 2. Replace measuring electronics boards if necessary. Check the compatibility of the modules used. 98 1. replacement DAT is compatible with the measuring electronics. 2. 2. check that the new. Replace the F-Chip. Spare parts o Page 94 1. T-DAT is not plugged into the amplifier board or is missing. replacement DAT is compatible with the measuring electronics.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting Type S Error message / No. SENSOR SW DAT # 032 Cause Sensor DAT: Error accessing the calibration values stored in the S-DAT. 98 $ S $ TRANSM. check that the new. SW-DAT # 042 Transmitter DAT: Error accessing the calibration values stored in the T-DAT. Replace measuring electronics boards if necessary. S $ HW F-CHIP # 061 Transmitter F-Chip: 1. T-DAT is defective. F-Chip is defective. # 1xx S o Software error Totalizer checksum error 1. No. 98 2. Spare parts o Page 94 Use only compatible modules and boards. Replace the T-DAT if it is defective. Spare parts o Page 94 $ CHECKSUM TOTAL # 111 Endress+Hauser 83 .

pulse frequency. so that the temporary buffer can be cleared. Reduce flow Recommendations in the event of fault category = FAULT MESSAGE ($): – Configure the fault response of the output to “ACTUAL VALUE” (see Page 92). # 2xx S ! S ! o Error in DAT / no communication Transmitter DAT: Data backup (downloading) to T-DAT failed. 3. 84 Endress+Hauser . No. as applicable. Spare parts o Page 94 Before replacing the DAT. or error when accessing (uploading) the calibration values stored in the T-DAT™. OUT n # 343…346 S ! STACK PULSE OUT n # 347…350 The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pulsating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds. 2. – Clear the temporary buffer by the measures described under Item 1. Replace the T-DAT if it is defective. Remedy / spare part Replace module with lower software version. 98 2. Spare parts o Page 94 $ No. A / C COMPATIB. if the totalizer can handle a higher number of pulses. STACK CUR OUT n # 339…342 STACK FREQ. Check the: – Spare part set number – Hardware revision code 3. Change the upper or lower limit setting. Increase the setting for pulse weighting 2. I/O board and amplifier board are only partially compatible (possibly restricted functionality). Replace measuring electronics boards if necessary. check that the new. Increase or reduce flow. 1. # 3xx S ! S ! o System limits exceeded (internal device error) The temporarily buffered flow portions (measuring mode for pulsating flow) could not be cleared or output within 60 seconds. Spare parts o Page 94 Check the BUS contacts LOAD T-DAT # 205 SAVE T-DAT # 206 S $ COMMUNICATION I/O # 261 No data reception between amplifier and I/O board or faulty internal data transfer.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 Type S Error message / No. replacement DAT is compatible with the measuring electronics. as applicable. 1. Check whether the T-DAT is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. Increase the max. – Clear the temporary buffer by the measures described under Item 1. so that the temporary buffer can be cleared. Recommendations in the event of fault category = FAULT MESSAGE ($): – Configure the fault response of the output to “ACTUAL VALUE” (see Page 92). 1. # 121 Cause Due to different software versions.

Reduce flow. S $ FREQ. S ! FREQ. choose a value that can still be processed by a connected counter (e. – Remote version: Check sensor and transmitter terminal connections No. Check the following electrical connections before you contact your E+H service organisation: – Verify that the sensor signal cable connector is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. Increase or reduce flow. Determine the pulse width: – Variant 1: Enter the minimum duration that a pulse must be present at the connected counter to ensure its registration.358 Frequency output: Flow is out of range.).. CURRENT RANGE # 351. 1. PLC etc. S $ FLUIDTEMP.g. 1.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting Type S ! Error message / No. 2.. Change the upper or lower limit setting. LIM # 379 / 380 The measuring tube oscillation frequency is outside the permitted range. Increase or reduce flow. S ! PULSE RANGE n # 359…362 Pulse output: Pulse output frequency is out of range.. LIM # 381 / 382 The temperature sensor on the measuring tube is likely defective. as applicable. as applicable. The pulse width to be entered is: 1 ----------------------. Causes: – Damaged measuring tube – Sensor defective or damaged Contact your E+H service organisation. – Variant 2: Enter the maximum (pulse) frequency as the half “reciprocal value” that a pulse must be present at the connected counter to ensure its registration. RANGE # 355.= 50 ms 2 b 10 Hz 3. Increase the setting for pulse weighting 2. 98. 9 and 10 o Page 23 Endress+Hauser 85 .354 Cause Current output: Flow is out of range. When selecting the pulse width. Example: The maximum input frequency of the connected counter is 10 Hz. as applicable. mechanical counter. Remedy / spare part 1. 2.. as applicable. Change the upper or lower limit setting.

AMP. 6 and 7 o Page 23. Batching is started and active (valves are open) Wait until process is finished. LIMIT # 586 The fluid properties do not allow a continuation of the measurement. TEMP. Causes: – Extremely high viscosity – Process fluid is very inhomogeneous (gas or solid content) S $ TUBE NOT OSC # 587 Extreme process conditions exist.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 Type S Error message / No. – Remote version: Check sensor and transmitter terminal connections No. 5. SENSOR # 385 / 386 / 387 One of the measuring tube exciter coils (inlet or outlet) is likely defective. 98. FAULT # 388 / 389 / 390 Amplifier error No. Interupt batching with “STOP” command. Currently no other commands are possible. DYN. 4. 1. 11 and 12 o Page 23 Check the following electrical connections before you contact your E+H service organisation: – Verify that the sensor signal cable connector is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. Change or improve process conditions. S $ AMP. 86 Endress+Hauser . 98. Remedy / spare part Check the following electrical connections before you contact your E+H service organisation: – Verify that the sensor signal cable connector is correctly plugged into the amplifier board o Page 96. CARR. $ S $ EL. Continue batching with command “GO ON”. S ! BATCH HOLD # 572 Batching has been interrupted (valves are closed) S $ OSC. 2. # 5xx S ! o Application error New amplifier software version is loaded. Change or improve process conditions. # 383 / 384 Cause The temperature sensor on the carrier tube is likely defective. DOWNLOAD ACTIVE # 501 S ! BATCH RUNNING # 571 No measures needed (during the batching process some other functions may not be activated). Then restart the device. Contact your E+H service organisation. The measuring system can therefore not be started. – Remote version: Check sensor and transmitter terminal connections No.

NOISE LIMIT # 588 Cause Overdriving of the internal analog to digital converter. STATUS IN # 671…674 SIM. D. DEV. CURR. OUT n # 641…644 SIM. STAT. Advanced Diagnostics: The reference density is outside the limit value. DEV. PULSE n # 631…634 SIM. Advanced Diagnostics: The density is outside the limit value.g. by reducing the flow velocity. Switch off positive zero return POSITIVE ZERO RETURN # 601 " Caution: This message has the highest display priority. e. Causes: – Cavitation – Extreme pressure pulses – High gas flow velocity A continuation of the measurement is no longer possible! Remedy / spare part Change or improve process conditions. set in the corresponding diagnosis function. LIMIT # 801 – S ! REF. # 8xx S ! o Other error messages with software options (Coriolis flowmeter) Advanced Diagnostics: The mass flow is outside the limit value. # 802 – S ! TEMP. mass flow) Switch off simulation Switch off simulation No. OUT. FL. set in the corresponding diagnosis function. OUT. MEASURAND # 692… Simulation frequency output active Simulation pulse output active Switch off simulation Switch off simulation Simulation status output active Switch off simulation Simulation relay output active Switch off simulation Simulation status input active Switch off simulation Simulation of response to error (outputs) active Simulation of measuring variables (e. # 6xx S ! o Simulation mode active Positive zero return active. set in the corresponding diagnosis function. Simulation current output active Switch off simulation S ! SIM. n # 611…614 S ! S ! S ! S ! S ! S ! S ! SIM. Advanced Diagnostics: The temperature is outside the limit value. set in the corresponding diagnosis function.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting Type S Error message / No. LIMIT # 800 S ! DENS. RELAY n # 651…654 SIM. DEV. LIM. DEV. LIMIT # 803 – Endress+Hauser 87 . n # 621…624 SIM. – M.g. FREQ. $ No. FAILSAFE # 691 SIM.

9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 Type S ! Error message / No. DEV. LIM # 804 Cause Advanced Diagnostics: The tube damping is outside the limit value. DEV. T. DAMP. LI # 805 – 88 Endress+Hauser . Advanced Diagnostics: The electromagnetic sensor is outside limit value. Remedy / spare part – S ! E. D. set in the corresponding diagnosis function. SEN. set in the corresponding diagnosis function.

the minimum batching quantity must be adjusted. 3. Increase fixed correction quantity. 2. the maximum batching quantity must be adjusted. Increase flow rate 2. If the batching quantity changes. EMPTY PIPE # 700 Endress+Hauser 89 . Valve closes too quickly with active after run correction. Enter larger after run as mean value.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting 9. 3. No measures required (if necessary prepare to replace container). 2. – Overbatching: The maximum permitted batching quantity was exceeded. Ensure that there is no gas content in the process liquid. Check valve (opening) 3. Valve closes too slowly with active after run correction. P ! PROGRESS NOTE # 473 End of filling process approaching. 2. #7xx P ! o Other process errors The process fluid density is outside the upper or lower limit values set in the “EPD” function Causes: – Air in the measuring tube – Partly filled measuring tube 1. The running filling process has exceeded the predefined batch quantity point for the display warning message. ! Note: x The listed error message types below correspond to the factory setting. Type Error message / No. Overbatching: 1. No. Determination of this is done via the function matrix (see the “Description of Device Functions” Manual). Cause Remedy P = Process error $ = Fault message (with an effect on the inputs and outputs) ! = Notice message (without an effect on the inputs and outputs) No. 1. Adapt the values in the “EPD” function to the current process conditions. # 4xx P o Process limits exceeded The maximum permitted batching time was exceeded. Adjust time setting to changed batch quantity Underbatching: 1. If the batching quantity changes.3 Process error messages Process errors can be defined as either “Fault” or “Notice” messages and can thereby be weighted differently. Reduce fixed correction quantity. Enter smaller after run as mean value. x Also observe the information on Page 37 and 92. $ > BATCH TIME # 471 P $ >< BATCH QUANTITY # 472 – Underbatching: The minimum quantity was not reached.

e. # 702 Frequency control is not stable. Install the instrument at the lowest point of an ascending pipeline. Causes: – Cavitation – Extreme pressure pulses – High gas flow velocity A continuation of the measurement is still possible! P $ P ! FLOW LIMIT # 705 The mass flow is too high. Reduce flow ADJ. LIM # 701 Cause The maximum current value for the measuring tube exciter coils has been reached.g.g. downstream from the instrument. the following measures are recommended to increase system pressure: 1. since certain process fluid characteristics are extreme. Install the instrument at the lowest point of an ascending pipeline.g. e. 2. P ! FLUID INHOM. In particular with outgassing fluids and/or increased gas content. due to inhomogeneous process fluid. downstream from the instrument. reducer or orifice. Change or improve process conditions. The zero point adjustment is not possible or has been cancelled. EXC. The instrument continues to work correctly. Install a flow restriction. 90 Endress+Hauser . the following measures are recommended to increase system pressure: 1. The electronics' measuring range will be exceeded.g. Install the instrument at the outlet side of a pump. ZERO FAIL # 731 Make sure that zero point adjustment is carried out at “zero flow” only (v = 0 m/s) o Page 64. P ! NOISE LIMIT # 703 / 704 Overdriving of the internal analog to digital converter. Remedy In particular with outgassing fluids and/or increased gas content.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 Type P ! Error message / No. Install a flow restriction. e. CURR. Install the instrument at the outlet side of a pump. high gas or solid content. by reducing the flow velocity. 3. gas or solid content. reducer or orifice.g. e. 2. 3. e.

There are differences between the flowmeter's internal totalizer and the external metering device. You will find a preprinted “Declaration of contamination” form at the back of this manual. diaphragm pump or pump with similar delivery characteristic. please be ready with the following information: – Brief description of the fault – Nameplate specifications (Page 9 ff. Run the “Pulsating Flow” Quick Setup o Page 56 ff.4 Process errors without messages Rectification Symptoms Remark: You may have to change or correct certain settings of the function matrix in order to rectify faults. In these instances. Check the fluid for presence of gas bubbles.): Order code and serial number Returning devices to E+H The procedures on Page 8 must be carried out before you return a flowmeter requiring repair or calibration to Endress+Hauser. The fault cannot be rectified or some other fault not described above has occurred. such as DISPLAY DAMPING. “TIME CONSTANT” function o increase value (o OUTPUTS / CURRENT OUTPUT / CONFIGURATION) 3. even though the fluid is flowing forwards through the pipe. Set the “MEASURING MODE” function to “Pulsating Flow” for the pulse output in question. The problem can be solved as follows: Allow for flow in both directions. for example. 2. Activate the “ON-VAL. Measured value reading fluctuates even though flow is steady. please contact your E+H service organisation.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting 9. are described in detail in the “Description of Device Functions” manual. Replace transmitter electronics Components in the measuring electronics defective order replacement o Page 94 o Endress+Hauser 91 . “DISPLAY DAMPING” function o increase value (o USER INTERFACE / CONTROL / BASIC CONFIGURATION) Change the setting in the “INSTALLATION DIRECTION SENSOR” function accordingly Flow values are negative.e. If the problem persists despite these measures. The functions outlined below. 2. Always enclose a duly completed “Declaration of contamination” form with the flowmeter. The following options are available for tackling problems of this nature: Request the services of an E+H service technician If you contact our service organisation to have a service technician sent out. peristaltic pump. because of reciprocating pump. even though the fluid is at a standstill and the measuring tube is full. a pulsation damper will have to be installed between pump and measuring device. i. LF-CUTOFF” function. 1. enter or increase the value for the creepage (o BASIC FUNCTION / PROCESSPARAMETER / CONFIGURATION). Check the fluid for presence of gas bubbles. This symptom is due primarily to backflow in the piping.g. Measured value reading shown on display. e. because the pulse output cannot subtract in the “STANDARD or SYMMETRY” measuring modes. 1. Measured-value reading or measured-value output pulsates or fluctuates.

You will find detailed information on these procedures in the “Description of Device Functions” manual. Output signal corresponds to “zero flow” Output signal corresponds to “zero flow” 92 Endress+Hauser . for example. This function takes priority over all other device functions. Pulse output FALLBACK VALUE Signal output o no pulses HOLD VALUE Last valid value (preceding occurrence of the fault) is output. Failsafe mode of outputs and totalizers Process/system error is present Positive zero return is activated " Caution: System or process errors defined as “Information messages” have no effect whatsoever on the inputs and outputs. pulse and frequency outputs can be customised by means of various functions in the function matrix. i.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 9.5 Response of outputs to errors ! Note: The failsafe mode of totalizers. pulse and frequency outputs to their fallback value. Simulations. normal measured value output on the basis of ongoing flow measurement. current. ACTUAL VALUE Fault is ignored. for example when measuring has to be interrupted while a pipe is being cleaned.e. normal measured value output on the basis of ongoing flow measurement. i. ACTUAL VALUE Fault is ignored. Positive zero return and failsafe mode: You can use positive zero return to set the signals of the current. See the information on Page 37 ff. are suppressed.e. Current output MINIMUM CURRENT 0–20 mA (25 mA) o 0 mA 4–20 mA (25 mA) o 2 mA HART 4–20 mA (25 mA) o 2 mA 0–20 mA o 0 mA 4–20 mA o 2 mA HART 4–20 mA o 2 mA MAXIMUM CURRENT 0–20 mA (25 mA) o 25 mA 4–20 mA (25 mA) o 25 mA HART 4–20 mA (25 mA) o 25 mA 0–20 mA (NAMUR) o 22 mA 4–20 mA (NAMUR) o 22 mA HART 4–20 mA (NAMUR) o 22 mA HOLD VALUE Last valid value (preceding occurrence of the fault) is output.

i. normal measured value output on the basis of ongoing flow measurement. EPD. flow direction. The totalizers continue to count in accordance with the current flow value. No effect on the relay output Totalizer stops Positive zero return is activated Output signal corresponds to “zero flow” Endress+Hauser 93 .PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting Failsafe mode of outputs and totalizers Process/system error is present Frequency output FALLBACK VALUE Signal output o 0 Hz FAILSAFE LEVEL Output of the frequency specified in the FAILSAFE VALUE function (No. ACTUAL VALUE The fault is ignored. 4211). etc. HOLD VALUE The totalizers continue to count the flow in accordance with the last valid flow value (before the error occurred).e. ACTUAL VALUE Fault is ignored. Totalizer STOP The totalizers are paused until the error is rectified. HOLD VALUE Last valid value (preceding occurrence of the fault) is output. full scale value. Relay output In the event of a fault or power supply failure: Relay o deenergised The “Description of device Functions” manual contains detailed information on relay switching response for various configurations such as error message.

.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 9.. Fault rectification can entail replacing defective components with tested spare parts. The measuring device..62 V DC) Amplifier board I/O board (COM module). etc. The illustration below shows the available scope of spare parts. 37: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Spare parts for Promass 83 transmitter (field and wall-mount housings) Power unit board (85. permanent assignment S-DAT (sensor data memory) T-DAT (transmitter data memory) F-Chip (function chip for optional software) Display module 94 Endress+Hauser . flexible assignment Pluggable input/output submodules (ordering structure o Page 79) I/O board (COM module).) x Mounting instructions x Packaging 1 2 3 6 T2 PU UT T/O PU IN T3 PU UT T/O PU IN T4 PU UT T/O PU IN 7 4 8 5 9 F06-83xxxxxx-03-06-06-xx-000 8 Fig.. provides additional support in the form of continuous self-diagnosis and error messages.55 V AC. 20..6 Spare parts Section 9..260 V AC. Spare parts are shipped as sets comprising the following parts: x Spare part x Additional parts. small items (threaded fasteners. moreover. ! Note: You can order spare parts directly from your E+H service organisation by providing the serial number printed on the transmitter's nameplate (see Page 9). 16.1 contains a detailed trouble-shooting guide.

Use a workplace with a grounded working surface purposely built for electrostatically sensitive devices! x If you cannot guarantee that the dielectric strength of the device is maintained in the following steps. Make sure that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics compartment.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting 9. 7): Insert a thin pin into the hole (3) provided for the purpose and pull the board clear of its holder. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. " 7.1) including S-DAT (5. x Risk of damaging electronic components (ESD protection).2) from the board. 2. The individual slots are marked and correspond to certain terminals in the connection compartment of the transmitter: “INPUT / OUTPUT 2” slot = terminals 24 / 25 “INPUT / OUTPUT 3” slot = terminals 22 / 23 “INPUT / OUTPUT 4” slot = terminals 20 / 21 6. – Disconnect the plug of the excitation current cable (5. then an appropriate inspection must be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. Remove the local display (1) as follows: – Press in the latches (1. Caution: Use only original Endress+Hauser parts. 4.2): No tools are required for removing the submodules (inputs/outputs) from the I/O board.7 Removing and installing printed circuit boards Field housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards (Fig. Remove submodules (6. 1. " Endress+Hauser 95 . Remove amplifier board (5): – Disconnect the plug of the sensor signal cable (5. 5. – Insert a thin pin into the hole (3) provided for the purpose and pull the board clear of its holder. Remove power unit board (4) and I/O board (6. 3. Caution: Only certain combinations of submodules on the I/O board are permissible (see Page 27). Installation is also a no-tools operation. Remove the screws and remove the cover (2) from the electronics compartment. – Disconnect the ribbon cable (1.3) from the board.2) of the display module from the amplifier board. Static electricity can damage electronic components or impair their operability. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.1) at the side and remove the display module. 38) # Warning: x Risk of electric shock. Unscrew cover of the electronics compartment from the transmitter housing.

1 Fig. 38: 1 1.3 5.2 T2 PU UT T/O PU IN T3 PU UT T/O PU IN T4 PU UT T/O PU IN 6.1 6 5.2 5.2 7 6.2 2 3 4 5 5. frequency output and relay output) I/O board (permanent assignment) F-Chip (function chip for optional software) 96 Endress+Hauser .1 1.4 3 3 5.2 2 1 F06-83xxxxxx-03-06-06-xx-001 7.1 1. current output.1 1.1 5.1 Field housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards Local display Latch Ribbon cable (display module) Screws of electronics compartment cover Aperture for installing/removing boards Power unit board Amplifier board Signal cable (sensor) Excitation current cable (sensor) S-DAT (sensor data memory) T-DAT (transmitter data memory) I/O board (flexible assignment) F-Chip (function chip for optional software) Pluggable submodules (status input.4 6 6.2 7 7.1 6.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 4 5 3 5.3 5.

9): Insert a thin pin into the hole (5) provided for the purpose and pull the board clear of its holder.1) including S-DAT (7. 7. Remove submodules (8. 2. 8.2) – Ribbon cable plug (3) of the display module Remove the cover (4) from the electronics compartment by losening the screws. purposely built for electrostatically sensitive devices! 1. 39) # Warning: x Risk of electric shock. 3. Disconnect the following cable plugs from amplifier board (7): – Sensor signal cable plug (7. Make sure that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics compartment. Static electricity can damage electronic components or impair their operability. Caution: Only certain combinations of submodules on the I/O board are permissible (see Page 27). 6. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Caution: Use only original Endress+Hauser parts.PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting Wall-mount housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards (Fig. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages. Then push up electronics module and pull it as far as possible out of the wall-mount housing. Use a workplace with a grounded working surface.3) – Excitation current cable plug (7. The individual slots are marked and correspond to certain terminals in the connection compartment of the transmitter: “INPUT / OUTPUT 2” slot = terminals 24 / 25 “INPUT / OUTPUT 3” slot = terminals 22 / 23 “INPUT / OUTPUT 4” slot = terminals 20 / 21 7. Installation is also a no-tools operation. Remove the boards (6. 4. 5. x Risk of damaging electronic components (ESD protection). Remove the screws securing the electronics module (2).2): No tools are required for removing the submodules (inputs/outputs) from the I/O board. Remove the screws and open the hinged cover (1) of the housing. " " Endress+Hauser 97 .

4 8 8.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 1 2 6 4 3 7 5 7.2 9 3 5 9.4 7.1 8 7. current output.1 Fig.1 8.1 Wall-mount housing: removing and installing printed circuit boards Housing cover Electronics module Ribbon cable (display module) Screws of electronics compartment cover Aperture for installing/removing boards Power unit board Amplifier board Signal cable (sensor) Excitation current cable (sensor) S-DAT (sensor data memory) T-DAT (transmitter data memory) I/O board (flexible assignment) F-Chip (function chip for optional software) Pluggable submodules (status input.2 7. 39: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7.3 5 7.1 7.2 9 9.2 8. frequency output and relay output) I/O board (permanent assignment) F-Chip (function chip for optional software) 98 Endress+Hauser F06-83xxxxxx-03-03-06-xx-000 .3 7.1 5 T2 PU UT T/O PU IN T3 PU UT T/O PU IN T4 PU UT T/O PU IN 8.

2 x 20 mm – Ex-rated devices o see the Ex documentation. The procedure for replacing the fuse is as follows: 1..PROline Promass 83 9 Trouble-shooting 9. 5. Exposed components carry dangerous voltages.8 A slow-blow / 250 V..8 Replacing the device fuse # Warning: Risk of electric shock.0 A slow-blow / 250 V.. Remove the power unit board o Page 95. Switch off power supply. " Fig. Assembly is the reverse of the disassembly procedure. 2. 40). 5.260 V AC o 0. Make sure that the power supply is switched off before you remove the cover of the electronics compartment. 97 Remove cap (1) and replace the device fuse (2). 40: 1 2 Replacing the device fuse on the power unit board Protective cap Device fuse Endress+Hauser 99 F06-xxxxxxxx-03-xx-06-xx-000 . 4. The main fuse is on the power unit board (Fig...62 V DC o 2.55 V AC / 16. 3.2 x 20 mm – Power supply 85. Use only fuses of the following type: – Power supply 20. Caution: Use only original Endress+Hauser parts..

04.2000 Original software Compatible with: – FieldTool – HART communicator DXR 275 (OS 4.6 and higher) with rev.2002 Software adaptation Software expansion Software expansion  Promass H Promass E Communication (I/O) V 1.02.01.XX / 11.9 Trouble-shooting PROline Promass 83 9.2001 Software adaptation   • General instrument functions • “Batching” software function • “Concentration measurement” software function • “Advanced Diagnostics” software function • HART operating via Universal Commands and Common Practice Commands Software expansion: New functionalities V 1.02.2001 V 1.00 / 06.2001 V 1.00. 1.02.00 / 11.2001 Original software Software expansion: New functionalities  • “Batching” software function • “Pulse width” software function ! Note: Up or downloading a software version normally requires a special service software.00.00 / 03.01 / 11.02.2002 v 1. V 1.2001 V 1.00 / 06.2000 V 1. 100 Endress+Hauser . DD 1.xx / 08.01.02 / 04.9 Software history Changes to software Changes to documentation Software version / date Amplifier V 1.01 / 05.

.. M only ** Promass F only Range of full scale values (liquids) · · m min F . M.. condensed milk. solvents and cleaning agents Pharmaceuticals... liquid sugar Oils. H or I sensor Two versions are available: x Compact version: transmitter and sensor form a single mechanical unit... paints. etc. E.3 Measured variable Input x Mass flow (proportional to the phase difference between two sensors mounted on the measuring tube to register a phase shift in the oscillation) x Fluid density (proportional to resonance frequency of the measuring tube) x Fluid temperature (measured with temperature sensors) Measuring ranges for liquids (Promass F. lacquers..70000 kg/h 0..45000 kg/h 0.2000 kg/h 0... Application examples: x x x x x x Chocolate. catalysts. 10.1 10.1.. 10. alkalis. x Remote version: transmitter and sensor are installed separately.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10 10. liquefied gases..1 Technical data Technical data at a glance Applications The measuring device is for mass flow and volume flow measurement of liquids and gases in sealed piping systems..180000 kg/h 0. m max F 0.. M..18000 kg/h 0.1.6500 kg/h 0. E): DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 * 100 ** 150 ** * Promass F. fats Acids.1.800000 kg/h Measuring range Endress+Hauser 101 ..2 Measuring principle Measuring system Function and system design Mass flow measurement by the Coriolis principle The measuring system consists of a transmitter and a sensor: x Promass 83 transmitter x Promass F.. inhibitors Suspensions Gases.350000 kg/h 0. A.

25. x = 225 (Promass E)... M. (“Limiting flow”) Operable flow range Greater than 1000 : 1.= -------------------------------------------------------.100..70000 kg/h 0..3 kg/m3 (at 20 °C and 50 bar) x Measuring range: 70000 kg/h x x = 160 (for Promass F DN 50) Max.= 26400 kg e h 3 3 x > kg e m @ 160 kg/m Recommended measuring ranges: See Page 110 ff.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Measuring ranges for liquids (Promass A): DN 1 2 4 Range of full scale values (liquids) · · m min F . zero point adjustment. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Measuring ranges for gases (except Promass H): The full scale values depend on the density of the gas. Calculation example for gas: x Sensor type: Promass F. totalizer values are registered correctly. Flows above the preset full scale value do not overload the amplifier.100 kg/h 0. Input signal 102 Endress+Hauser ......6500 kg/h 0.18000 kg/h 0. Ri = 5 k:. Configurable for: totalizer(s) reset.. positive zero return.. I): DN 8 15 15 * 25 25 * 40 40 * 50 Range of full scale values (liquids) · · m min F ..450 kg/h Measuring ranges for liquids (Promass H.. Use the formula below to calculate the full scale values: max G · = m max F ˜U G 1 -------------------------3 x > kg e m @ · m max (G) = Max. galvanically isolated...... Status input (auxiliary input): U = 3. x = 250 (Promass F DN 150).18000 kg/h 0. DN 50 x Gas: air with a density of 60..3 kg/h · m max G = -------------------------------.45000 kg/h 0.e.... possible full scale value: · m max F b 7(G) 70000 kg/h ˜ 60. error message reset.45000 kg/h 0. i. I). m max F 0..30 V DC. m max F 0... full scale value for liquid [kg/h] U (G) = Gas density in [kg/m3] at operating conditions x = 160 (Promass F DN 8.. x = 32 (Promass A) In doing so · m max (G) will never exceed · m max (F) ..70000 kg/h * DN 15.. full scale value for gas [kg/h] · m max (F) = Max.20 kg/h 0.2000 kg/h 0...

250 mA during 20 ms). Configurable for: error messages. 25 mA (max.5 PA x active: 0/4. on/off ratio 1:1. galvanically isolated x active: 24 V DC.20 mA.. max. flow direction. outputs...r./°C. 30 V DC.1. and power supply are galvanically isolated from each other..5 A AC. relay 2 NC). RL < 700 : (for HART: RL t 250 :) x passive: 4. 250 mA x Frequency output: full scale frequency 2.100 s).05…2000 ms) Signal on alarm x Current output o failsafe mode selectable (for example. Empty Pipe Detection (EPD).. limit values.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10. time constant selectable (0. pulse width max. 30 V DC. pulse width configurable (0. galvanically isolated. 2 s x Pulse output: pulse value and pulse polarity selectable.05.. 60 V / 0. RL > 100 : x passive: open collector.005% o.1 A DC. Switch points for low flow cut off are selectable All circuits for inputs..10000 Hz (fmax = 12500 Hz).20 mA. temperature coefficient: typically 0. Ri d 150 : Pulse / frequency output: active/passive selectable. max. full scale value selectable.. resolution: 0. galvanically isolated. 30 V / 0. according to NAMUR recommendation NE 43) x Pulse/frequency output o failsafe mode selectable x Relay output o de-energised by fault or power supply failure see “Output signal” Relay output: Normally closed (NC or break) or normally open (NO or make) contacts available (default: relay 1 = NO.4 Output signal Output Current output: Active/passive selectable. Load Switching output Low flow cutoff Galvanic isolation Endress+Hauser 103 .

5 Electrical connections Supply voltage Auxiliary energy see Page 23 ff...15 mm)... 45. G 1/2" Cable entry Cable specifications (remote version) x x x x x 6 x 0. x S-DAT: exchangeable data storage chip which stores the data of the sensor (nominal diameter. 13.38 mm2 PVC cable with common shield and individually shielded cores.5 A (< 50 ms) at 24 V DC x max. zero point.15 mm). G 1/2" Connecting cable for remote version: x Cable entry M20 x 1.5 (8..55 V AC..1. PG 13.. Conductor resistance: d 50 :/km Capacitance: core/shield: d 420 pF/m Cable length: max. 20 m Permanent operating temperature: max. 85... 45..5 (8.5 (5.. 1/2" NPT. 1/2" NPT.. calibration factor. serial number.12 mm) x Threads for cable entries..5 (5.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 10. PG 13.. 1 power cycle: x EEPROM or T-DAT saves measuring system data if power supply fails.12 mm) x Threads for cable entries.) No measures necessary Potential equalisation 104 Endress+Hauser .. +105 °C Power consumption AC: <15 VA (including sensor) DC: <15 W (including sensor) Switch-on current: x max. etc.65 Hz 16.260 V AC....62 V DC Power supply and signal cables (inputs/outputs): x Cable entry M20 x 1. 3 A (< 5 ms) at 260 V AC Power supply failure Lasting min.65 Hz 20.

00 Zero point stability Promass M [kg/h] or [l/h] 0.325 0.00 – – Zero point stability Promass E [kg/h] or [l/h] 0. Mass flow (gas) Promass F: Promass M. A: ±0.r. Promass E: ±0. I: ±0.50% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.00 – – – 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 150 2000 6500 18000 45000 70000 180000 350000 800000 Zero point stability (Promass A): DN 1 2 4 Maximum full scale value [kg/h] or [l/h] 20 100 450 Zero point stability [kg/h] or [l/h] 0. E): DN Maximum full scale value [kg/h] or [l/h] Zero point stability Promass F [kg/h] or [l/h] 0. I: Promass E: Maximum measured error ±0.r. Mass flow (liquid) Promass F.00 14.r.25% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o..30% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.4 bar x Calibration systems as per national norms x Zero point calibrated under operating conditions x Field density calibrated (or special density calibration) The following values refer to the pulse/frequency output.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10.25 3.35% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.r.15% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. M.00 32.r.r. I: ±0. M. 2.325 0. Deviation at the current output is typically ±5 PA.r. A: ±0.0050 0.650 1. Promass H..80 4.100 0.75% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. o.90 2. A. Volume flow (liquid) Promass F: ±0.15% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.200 0.50 9.45% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.6 Reference operating conditions Performance characteristics Error limits following ISO/DIS 11631: x 20.r.1.90 2.50 7.30 °C. Promass H.50 9. ±0.10% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o..r.. Promass M.100 0.0010 0. = of reading Zero point stability (Promass F. ±0. Promass E: ±0.0225 Endress+Hauser 105 .50% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.25 3.

˜ 100 % = ±0. measured error o ±0. liquid): Given: Promass 83 F / DN 25.8 4. I): DN Maximum full scale value [kg/h] or [l/h] 2000 6500 18000 18000 45000 45000 70000 70000 Zero point stability Promass H [kg/h] or [l/h] 0.65 – 1.10% ± -------------------------.r.8 1.5 7.0 Zero point stability Promass I [kg/h] or [l/h] 0.10% ± [(zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. 41: Maximum measured error in % of reading (example: Promass 83 F / DN 25) Calculation example (mass flow. 0.0 7.8 – 4.9 kg/h Max. flow = 8000 kg/h Max. measured error: ±0.20 0.65 1.111% 8000 kg/h 106 Endress+Hauser F06-83xxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-000 .10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Zero point stability (Promass H. 25.5 4.20 0.0 8 15 15 * 25 25 * 40 40 * 50 * DN 15.5 – 7. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Fig.

005 x T (T = fluid temperature in °C) Repeatability Flow measurement x Mass flow (liquid): Promass F.M.r.15% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. Promass A: ±0..˜ 100 % = ±0.35% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.001 g/cc Promass M.H.9 kg/h Repeatability o ±0.004 g/cc x Standard calibration: Promass F: ±0. x Volume flow (liquid): Promass F: ±0. E.r.0003% of the full scale value / °C.0005 g/cc Promass M.r. A.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Density (liquid) x After field density calibration or under reference conditions: Promass F: ±0.25% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. Promass E: ±0. A.0005 g/cc Promass H. Promass H. H: ±0.r. E. liquid): Given: Promass 83 F / DN 25. E. Promass M: ±0. I: ±0. flow = 8000 kg/h Repeatability: ±0.8 g/cc.80 °C: Promass F: ±0.00025 g/cc (1 g/cc = 1 kg/l) Promass M. The typical measured error of the Promass E sensor is ±0. A.0556% 8000 kg/h Density measurement (liquid) Promass F: ±0. Promass E: ±0.0020 g/cc x Special density calibration (optional).0010 g/cc Promass I: ±0.5 °C ±0.r. I: ±0. H: ±0. the typical measured error of the Promass sensor is ±0.05% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x100]%o. I: ±0. x Mass flow (gas): Promass F.1. A.I: ±0..001 g/cc Temperature measurement ±0.r.25% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o..A. 5.8. A: ±0.10% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.20% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. = of reading Zero point stability: see “Max.01 g/cc Promass M. o.25 °C ±0.05% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o. M.r. H. Endress+Hauser 107 .0002% of the full scale value / °C. Promass E: ±0.. Calibration range = 0.05% ± 1/2 ˜ -------------------------.r.02 g/cc Temperature ±0.002 g/cc Promass I: ±0.10% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r.05% ± [1/2 x (zero point stability / measured value) x 100]% o.r. 0. I: ±0.r.0025 x T (T = fluid temperature in °C) Influence of medium temperature When there is a difference between the temperature for zero point adjustment and the process temperature. measured error” Calculation example (mass flow.

25.r.021 – –0. Promass F.017 –0.018 – –0.013 – –0.. 108 Endress+Hauser .006 0. / bar No influence No influence No influence –0. the effect on accuracy of mass flow due to a difference between calibration pressure and process pressure can be neglected.006 No influence No influence 0.005 No influence No influence – – Promass M / high pressure % o. / bar (o. / bar 0.005 0..r.012 –0.r.r.r.40. M: DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 150 o. / bar –0.009 –0.006 0.006 0.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Influence of medium pressure The tables below show the effect on accuracy of mass flow due to a difference between calibration pressure and process pressure.r. With DN 50 the influence is –0.r.008 0.008 –0. = of reading Promass F % o. I: DN 8 15 15 25 25 40 40 50 1) 1) 1) 1) Promass H % o.009 0.004 0.009 Promass M % o.009 0. / bar 0. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Promass E: With nominal diameters DN 8.009% o.006 DN 15.003 – – – – – Promass H. = of reading) Promass A: A difference between calibration pressure and process pressure has no effect on measuring accuracy.r.006 0.003 –0. / bar 0.017 Promass I % o.

EPDM –40.. EPDM –40. I: no internal seals x Promass M: Viton –15. 20 meters (remote version) see Page 15 Environment Ambient temperature –20. silicon –60. silicon –60... Kalrez –20..... transmitter) Optionally: –40. FEP-jacketed (not for gas applications): –60.+200 °C..+150 °C x Promass E: –40.1... E..... particularly in warm climatic regions..+60 °C (sensor. H. There are no installation requirements regarding inlet and outlet runs. Max. Note! At ambient temperatures below –20 °C the readability of the display may be impaired..+275 °C....+160 °C.. Kalrez –20.+200 °C x Promass M. following IEC 68-2-6 yes yes To EN 61326/A1 and NAMUR recommendation NE 21 Process Medium temperature range Sensor: x Promass F.. 10..+80 °C (preferably +20 °C) Standard: IP 67 (NEMA 4X) for transmitter and sensor According to IEC 68-2-31 Acceleration up to 1 g..150 Hz.. A. Avoid direct sunlight. I: –50..+275 °C Endress+Hauser 109 .200 °C.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10.+200 °C...200 °C.+60 °C Install the device at a shady location..+160 °C.+200 °C x Promass A (only for mounting sets with threaded connections): Viton –15..+125 °C Seals: x Promass F.. Storage temperature Degree of protection Shock resistance Vibration resistance Suitability for CIP cleaning Suitability for SIP cleaning Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) –40.. H: –50.7 Operating conditions Installation Installation instructions Inlet and outlet runs Length of connecting cable System pressure see Page 14 ff..

. possible full scale values.. x The minimum recommended full scale value is approx...50: 16 bar or 250 psi x Promass I: 40 bar or 600 psi Limiting flow See Page 101 ff.50% of the maximum full scale value can be considered ideal. DN 80: 25 bar or 375 psi..10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Limiting medium pressure range (rated pressure) The material load curves (pressure-temperature diagrams) for the process connections are to be found in the following documents: x x x x Technical Information Promass 80/83 F. 1/20 of the max. x Select a lower full scale value for abrasive substances such as fluids with entrained solids (flow velocity < 1 m/s).... M (TI 053D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 E (TI 061D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 A (TI 054D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 H. – The maximum mass flow depends on the density of the gas (see formula on Page 102) 110 Endress+Hauser ..50: 40 bar or 600 psi.150: 16 bar or 250 psi x Promass M: 100 bar or 1500 psi x Promass E: No secondary containment x Promass A: 25 bar or 375 psi x Promass H: DN 8..15: 25 bar or 375 psi. DN 100. DN 25. 20. full scale value. (“Measuring range”) Select nominal diameter by optimising between required flow range and permissible pressure loss.5 Mach). I (TI 052D/06/en) Pressure ranges of secondary containment: x Promass F: DN 8. x In most applications. See Page 101 for a list of max. x For gas measurement the following rules apply: – Flow velocity in the measuring tubes should not be more than half the sonic velocity (0.

H and I · 4bm Re = -------------------------5bdb:b7 ·2 · 1.25 Re < 2300 ·2 · K3 b m  p = K1 b : b m + ------------------7 p = pressure loss [mbar] : = kinematic viscosity [m2/s] · m = mass flow [kg/s] 1) 7 = fluid density [kg/m3] d = inside diameter of measuring tubes [m] K..86 bm b7 Reynolds number Re J 2300 1) p = K b : 0.85 – 0. always use the formula for Re J 2300.K3 = constants (depending on nominal diameter) To compute the pressure loss for gases. Endress+Hauser 111 . always use the formula for Re J 2300.75 K3 b m bm b7 + ------------------7 Reynolds number Re J 2300 1) p = K b : 0.75 – 0. Pressure loss formulas for Promass A...25 · 2 K2 b : bm ·  p = K1 b : b m + ------------------------------------7 p = pressure loss [mbar] : = kinematic viscosity [m2/s] · m = mass flow [kg/s] 1) 7 = fluid density [kg/m3] d = inside diameter of measuring tubes [m] K.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Pressure loss Pressure loss depends on the properties of the fluid and on its flow. M and E · 2bm Re = -------------------------5bdb:b7 · 1.25 Re < 2300 0.K2 = constants (depending on nominal diameter) To compute the pressure loss for gases.. The following formulas can be used to approximately calculate the pressure loss: Pressure loss formulas for Promass F.

35 ˜ 10 –3 K 5.20 ˜ 10–3 68.90 ˜ 107 6.90 ˜ 107 10.50 ˜ 105 1.30 ˜ 10–3 12.00 ˜ 104 1.40 ˜ 103 6.30 ˜ 105 1.40 ˜ 104 1. 42: Pressure loss diagram for water 112 Endress+Hauser F06-8xFxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-000 .42 ˜ 104 5.80 ˜ 106 1.70 ˜ 10 7 K1 9.50 ˜ 10–3 51.90 ˜ 106 3.00 ˜ 105 7.04 b 104 Fig.54 ˜ 103 1.00 ˜ 10–3 17.60 ˜ 10 7 K2 1.60 ˜ 10–3 26.40 ˜ 106 1.54 ˜ 104 2.10 ˜ 104 3.30 ˜ 106 5.50 ˜ 105 7.36 b 103 1.00 ˜ 10–3 40.46 b 102 8.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Pressure loss coefficient for Promass F DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 150 d [m] 5.90 b 10–3 5.60 ˜ 105 4.71 ˜ 104 3.

2 ˜ 105 1.46 ˜ 10–3 4.0 ˜ 106 2.2 ˜ 104 1.7 ˜ 103 2.6 ˜ 10 7 K2 1.93 ˜ 10–3 7.4 ˜ 104 1.5 ˜ 105 8.7 ˜ 105 4.53 ˜ 10 –3 K 5.4 ˜ 106 6.7 ˜ 106 1. 43: 1 2 Pressure loss diagram for water Promass M Promass M (high pressure version) Endress+Hauser 113 F06-8xMxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-000 .7 ˜ 107 9.2 ˜ 106 4.3 ˜ 105 8.4 ˜ 108 2.38 ˜ 10–3 17.5 ˜ 107 8.20 ˜ 10–3 5.75 ˜ 10–3 10.3 ˜ 104 3.8 ˜ 107 1.2 ˜ 105 6.7 ˜ 107 5.3 ˜ 106 1.7 ˜ 106 3.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Pressure loss coefficient for Promass M DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 d [m] 5.0 ˜ 107 8.2 ˜ 10 7 K1 8.1 ˜ 105 1.60 ˜ 10–3 38.55 ˜ 10–3 11.07 ˜ 10–3 25.4 ˜ 104 6.8 ˜ 106 1.9 ˜ 106 High pressure version 8 15 25 Fig.

10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Pressure loss coefficient for Promass E DN 8 15 25 40 50 d [m] 5.11 b 105 1.31 b 104 8. 44: Pressure loss diagram for water 114 Endress+Hauser F06-4xExxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-009 .02 b 105 Fig.00 b 10–3 7.73 b 107 4.54 b 104 1.35 b 106 4.91 b 107 K2 2.30 b 10–3 12.10 b 107 2.60 b 10–3 26.13 b 106 6.38 b 105 2.89 b 106 4.66 b 106 1.35 b 10–3 K 5.42 b 105 8.00 b 10–3 17.62 b 106 1.70 b 107 K1 7.

0 ˜ 109 6.80 ˜ 10–3 3.6 ˜ 1010 4.3 ˜ 1011 K3 0 0 0 1.3 ˜ 109 High pressure version 2 4 1.10 ˜ 10–3 K 1.4 ˜ 108 2.4 ˜ 1010 2.3 ˜ 109 0 0 Fig.50 ˜ 10–3 1.6 ˜ 1010 9.40 ˜ 10–3 3. 45: 1 2 Pressure loss diagram for water Standard version High pressure version Endress+Hauser 115 F06-8xAxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-000 .2 ˜ 1011 K1 1.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Pressure loss coefficient for Promass A DN 1 2 4 d [m] 1.00 ˜ 10–3 5.4 ˜ 1010 2.

72 ˜ 105 Pressure loss data includes interface between measuring tube and piping [mbar] 1000 DN 8 DN 15 DN 25 DN 40 DN 50 100 10 1 F06-8xHxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-001 0.60 ˜ 10–3 25.99 ˜ 106 2.35 ˜ 104 9.04 ˜ 10 6 K1 3.1 1 10 100 [t/h] Fig.28 ˜ 10 7 K3 1.01 0.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Pressure loss coefficient for Promass H DN 8 15 25 40 50 d [m] 8.87 ˜ 105 4.5 ˜ 10–3 1.67 ˜ 105 8.1 0.99 ˜ 104 1.51 ˜ 10 –3 K 8.15 ˜ 106 1.75 ˜ 104 1.22 ˜ 104 1.76 ˜ 106 8.81 ˜ 106 3.50 ˜ 10–3 40.67 ˜ 105 1.20 ˜ 103 12.00 ˜ 10–3 17. 46: Pressure loss diagram for water 116 Endress+Hauser .

08 ˜ 104 0.3 ˜ 107 3.60 ˜ 10–3 35.38 ˜ 10–3 17.95 ˜ 104 23.07 ˜ 10–3 17.8 ˜ 104 7.62 ˜ 10–3 2.19 ˜ 104 0.07 ˜ 10–3 25.1 ˜ 105 7. 25.11 ˜ 104 1.01 ˜ 104 5.1 ˜ 10 6 K1 3. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Fig.3 ˜ 104 1.3 ˜ 104 1.89 ˜ 104 0.3 ˜ 106 8.33 ˜ 104 0.5 ˜ 105 2.62 ˜ 10–3 35.1 ˜ 105 4.9 ˜ 10 7 K3 129.3 ˜ 106 4.25 ˜ 104 11.55 ˜ 10 –3 K 8.0 ˜ 105 2. 47: 1 2 Pressure loss diagram for water Standard versions Full bore versions (*) Endress+Hauser 117 F06-8xIxxxxx-05-xx-xx-xx-000 .60 ˜ 10–3 25.0 ˜ 105 Pressure loss data includes interface between measuring tube and piping 1) DN 15.3 ˜ 106 3.5 ˜ 105 8.8 ˜ 104 1.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Pressure loss coefficient for Promass I DN 8 15 15 1) 25 25 1) 40 40 1) 50 d [m] 8.

50: steel.4308/304L x Promass M: acid. I: acid.and alkali-resistant outer surface – DN 8.1.4301/304 DN 80. A. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Materials Transmitter housing: x Compact housing: stainless steel 1.4301/304 and 1.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 10..50: stainless steel 1. chemically nickel-plated – DN 80: stainless steel x Promass E.8 Design / dimensions Weight Mechanical construction see Page 123 ff. x Compact version: see table below x Remote version: – Sensor: weight of compact version minus 2 kg – Wall-mount housing: 5 kg Promass F / DN Weight in [kg] 8 11 15 12 25 14 40 19 50 30 80 55 100 96 150 154 Promass M / DN Weight in [kg] 8 11 15 12 25 15 40 24 50 41 80 67 Promass E / DN Weight in [kg] 8 8 15 8 25 10 40 15 50 22 Promass A / DN Weight in [kg] 1 10 2 11 4 15 Promass H / DN Weight in [kg] 8 12 15 13 25 19 40 36 50 69 Promass I / DN Weight in [kg] 1) 8 12 15 15 15 1) 20 25 20 25 1) 41 40 41 40 1) 67 50 67 DN 15..and alkali-resistant outer surface.and alkali-resistant outer surface DN 8... stainless steel 1..4301/304 x Compact housing: powder coated die-cast aluminium x Wall-mount housing: powder coated die-cast aluminium Sensor housing / containment: x Promass F: acid. 25.150: stainless steel 1. H..4301/304 118 Endress+Hauser .4301/304 Connection housing. sensor (remote version): x Stainless steel 1.

4404/316L x Tri-Clamp o Stainless steel 1.4301/304. Promass F: x Flanges DN 8.4404/316L Process connections..4602/N 06022 x Tri-Clamp (1/2") o stainless steel 1. DIN / ANSI / JIS o stainless steel 1.150.4539/904L.4404/316L.4404/316L x Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 o stainless steel 1. Promass M (high pressure version): x Connector o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 o stainless steel 1. Promass A: x Mounting set for flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS o stainless steel 1. Alloy C-22 2.4404/316L x Tri-Clamp o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x Tri-Clamp o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x Flanges DN 8..4539/904L x Mounting set for SWAGELOK (1/4".4602/N 06022. Alloy C-22 2.4404/316L x Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 o Stainless steel 1.4301/304. Promass H: x Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x PVDF connection to DIN / ANSI / JIS x Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 o stainless steel 1.4539/904L.4401/316 Process connections.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Process connections..4404/316L x Couplings o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x Flange DIN 11864-2 o Stainless steel 1. Promass I: x Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS o stainless steel 1. titanium grade 2 x Flange DIN 11864-2 o stainless steel 1.4539/904L. Promass E: x Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS o Stainless steel 1. 1/8") o stainless steel 1. parts in contact with medium: titanium grade 9 x Flange DIN 11864-2 o titanium grade 2 x Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 o titanium grade 2 x Couplings ISO 2853 / DIN 11864-1 o titanium grade 2 x Tri-Clamp o titanium grade 2 Endress+Hauser 119 .4404/316L x VCO connection o Stainless steel 1. DIN / ANSI / JIS o Alloy C-22 2.4404/316L x Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 o Stainless steel 1. Promass M: x Flanges DIN / ANSI / JIS o stainless steel 1.4602/N 06022 Process connections.4401/316 x Mounting set for NPT-F (1/4") o stainless steel 1.4404/316L Process connections. Alloy C-22 2.4404/316L Process connections. Loose flanges o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x VCO coupling o stainless steel 1..80. parts in contact with medium: zirconium 702 Process connections.4602/N 06022 x Flange DIN 11864-2 o stainless steel 1.4404/316L x Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / SMS 1145 o stainless steel 1.

Kalrez..4539/904L.4602/N 06022 x Promass M: – DN 8. four lines with 16 characters per line x Selectable display of different measured values and status variables x 3 totalizers x Local operation with three optical sensors (–.4404/316L – DN 8. silicon. FEP-jacketed (not for gas applications) x Promass A: Viton.50: titanium grade 9 – DN 80: titanium grade 2 x Promass M (high pressure version): titanium grade 9 x Promass E: stainless steel 1. EPDM.1. EPDM. Kalrez Material load diagram The material load curves (pressure-temperature diagrams) for the process connections are to be found in the following documents: x x x x Process connections Technical Information Promass 80/83 F.4539/904L x Promass A: stainless steel 1.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Measuring tube(s): x Promass F: – DN 8..100: stainless steel 1.4602/N 06022 x Promass H: zirconium 702/R 60702 x Promass I: titanium grade 9 Seals: x Promass F.. silicon.9 Display elements Human interface x Liquid crystal display: illuminated.. +. E) x Application specific Quick Setup menus for straightforward commissioning Operation by means of HART protocol Operating elements Remote operation 120 Endress+Hauser ..4539 (904L) – DN 150: stainless steel 1. I: welded process connections without internal seals x Promass M: Viton.80: Alloy C-22 2. I (TI 052D/06/en) see Page 119 10.. H. M (TI 053D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 E (TI 061D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 A (TI 054D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 H. Alloy C-22 2. E.

PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10. Regulation and Laboratory Procedures. Control. Pressure device approval CE mark Other standards and guidelines Endress+Hauser 121 . III are available when required (depends on fluid and process pressure). 3(3) of the European directive 97/23/EG (Pressure Equipment Directive) and are designed according to sound engineer practice.1. FM. Sanitary compatibility x 3A authorization (all measuring systems. EN 61326/A1 (IEC 1326): Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC requirements) NAMUR NE 21: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of imdustrial process and laboratory control equipment. except Promass H) x EHEDG-tested (Promass A and Promass I only) Flow meters with a nominal diameter smaller or equal DN 25 are covered by Art. For larger nominal diameter. EN 60529: Degrees of protection by housing (IP code) EN 61010: Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement. optional approvals according to Cat.10 Certificates and approvals Ex approvals Information about currently available Ex versions (ATEX. All explosion protection data are given in a separate documentation which is available upon request. Endress+Hauser confirms successful testing of the device by affixing to it the CE mark. CSA) can be supplied by your E+H Sales Centre on request. MAMUR NE 43: Standardisation of the signal level for the breakdown information of digital transmitters with analogue output signal. The measuring system is in conformity with the statutory requirements of the EC Directives.

CSA 122 Endress+Hauser . M (TI 053D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 E (TI 061D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 A (TI 054D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 H. I (TI 052D/06/en) Description of Device Functions Promass 83 (BA 060D/06/en) Supplementary documentation on Ex-ratings: ATEX. are available for the transmitter and the sensor (Page 79).1.13 Documentation ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ System Information Promass (SI 032D/06/en) Technical Information Promass 80/83 F.1. which can be ordered separately from Endress+Hauser. The E+H service organisation can provide detailed information on the order codes of your choice. 10.12 Accessories Various accessories. FM.1. 10.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 10.11 Ordering information The E+H service organisation can provide detailed ordering information and information on the order codes on request.

5 95 53 102 .PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10.5 250 90 215 135 45 > 50 81 53 81 8 x M5 11.5 90.2 Dimensions: Wall-mount housing - Esc + E 159.5 Fig.5 192 11.3 Dimensions: Stainless steel field housing 220 153 Esc - + E 171 Fig. 49: Dimensions: stainless steel field housing Endress+Hauser 123 F06-8xxxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-000 F06-x3xxxxxx-06-03-xx-xx-000 81. 48: Dimensions of wall-mount housing 10.

H.6 Dimensions: Remote version for heating 129 102 110 292 Fig.5 Dimensions: Remote version (Promass E) 129 102 T Fig.5 T Fig.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 10. 50: Dimensions of sensor connection housing (remote version). M.5 137.4 Dimensions: Remote version (Promass F. 52: Dimensions of sensor connection housing. T = dimension B in compact version with corresponding nominal diameter minus 58 mm 10. remote version for heating (“long-necked” version) 124 Endress+Hauser F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-006 80 F06-80Exxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-000 F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-000 . I) 118. 51: Dimensions of sensor connection housing of Promass E (remote version). T = dimension B in compact version with corresponding nominal diameter minus 153 mm 10. A.

5 di 5.20 68.00 40.5 107... Ra 6. ANSI.1 159. Ra 6.4404/316L Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C. 53: Dimensions Promass F: flange connections (DIN.12.7 Dimensions: Promass F Dimensions Promass F: flange connections (DIN.4404/316L.5 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 2) 150 1) 2) A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 378 G 95 95 115 150 165 200 235 300 L 370 404 440 550 715 840 1128 1370 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 8 x Ø18 8 x Ø22 8 x Ø26 S 16 16 18 18 20 24 24 28 LK 65 65 85 110 125 160 190 250 U 17.35 8.3. Ra 6. JIS) Fig.1 54..12.90 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 40: 1.5 2 m DN 8 15 A 341 341 B 266 266 C 75 75 G 115 115 L 440 440 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 S 18 18 LK 85 85 U 28. ANSI.90 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available 2) Not available in Alloy C-22 Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40 (with DN 25 flanges): 1.5 2 m DN 100 150 1) A 571 740 B 324 362 C 247 378 G 220 285 L 1128 1330 N 8 x Ø18 8 x Ø22 S 20 22 LK 180 240 U 107.3 di 5.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10.5 43.12.5 28.30 Endress+Hauser 125 F06-83Fxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-000 ..00 17..30 12.35 8. Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C.1 159.3 17.4404/316L Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C.3.20 68.50 51.3 di 51.5 82.60 26. JIS) Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 16: 1.3 28.3..

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Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 64: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2 m DN 50 80 100 2) 150 2)
1) 2)

A 424 505 571 740

B 283 305 324 362

C 141 200 247 378

G 180 215 250 345

L 724 875 1128 1410

N 4 x Ø22 8 x Ø22 8 x Ø26 8 x Ø33

S 26 28 30 36

LK 135 170 200 280

U 54.5 81.7 106.3 157.1

di 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Not available in Alloy C-22

Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 100: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 2) 150 2)
1)

A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 378

G 105 105 140 170 195 230 265 355

L 400 420 470 590 740 885 1128 1450

N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø22 4 x Ø26 8 x Ø26 8 x Ø30 12 x Ø33

S 20 20 24 26 28 32 36 44

LK 75 75 100 125 145 180 210 290

U 17.3 17.3 28.5 42.5 53.9 80.9 104.3 154.0

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available 2) Not available in Alloy C-22

Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 1) 150 1)
1)

A 3/8" 1/2" 1" 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 6"

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 740

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 362

G 88.9 88.9 108.0 127.0 152.4 190.5 228.6 378

L 370 404 440 550 715 840 1128 279.4

N 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø19.1 4 x Ø19.1 8 x Ø19.1 8 x Ø22.4

S 11.2 11.2 14.2 17.5 19.1 23.9 23.9 25.4

LK 60.5 60.5 79.2 98.6 120.7 152.4 190.5 241.3

U 15.7 15.7 26.7 40.9 52.6 78.0 102.4 154.2

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

1 1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6"

Not available in Alloy C-22

Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100
1) 1)

A 3/8" 1/2" 1" 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 378

G 95.2 95.2 123.9 155.4 165.1 209.5 254.0 317.5

L 370 404 440 550 715 840 1128 1417

N 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø22.3 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø22.3 8 x Ø22.3 12xØ22.3

S 14.2 14.2 17.5 20.6 22.3 28.4 31.7 36.5

LK 66.5 66.5 88.9 114.3 127.0 168.1 200.1 269.7

U 15.7 15.7 26.7 40.9 52.6 78.0 102.4 154.2

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

1 1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6"

150 1)

Not available in Alloy C-22

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Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 600: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100
1) 1)

A 3/8" 1/2" 1" 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 378

G 95.3 95.3 124.0 155.4 165.1 209.6 273.1 355.6

L 400 420 490 600 742 900 1158 1467

N 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø19.1 4 x Ø22.4 8 x Ø19.1 8 x Ø22.4 8 x Ø25.4 12xØ28.4

S 20.6 20.6 23.9 28.7 31.8 38.2 48.4 47.8

LK 66.5 66.5 88.9 114.3 127.0 168.1 215.9 292.1

U 13.9 13.9 24.3 38.1 49.2 73.7 97.3 154.2

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

1 1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6"

150 1)

Not available in Alloy C-22

Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 50 80 100
1) 1)

A 424 505 571 740

B 283 305 324 362

C 141 200 247 378

G 155 185 210 280

L 715 832 1128 1354

N 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø23

S 16 18 18 22

LK 120 150 175 240

U 50 80 100 150

di 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

150 1)

Not available in Alloy C-22

Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 1) 150 1)
1)

A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 241 378

G 95 95 125 140 155 200 225 305

L 370 404 440 550 715 832 1128 1386

N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø23 8 x Ø23 12 x Ø25

S 14 14 16 18 18 22 24 28

LK 70 70 90 105 120 160 185 260

U 15 15 25 40 50 80 100 150

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

Not available in Alloy C-22

Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 1) 150 1)
1)

A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 241 378

G 115 115 130 160 165 210 250 355

L 400 425 485 600 760 890 1168 1498

N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø23 8 x Ø25 12 x Ø33

S 20 20 22 24 26 32 36 44

LK 80 80 95 120 130 170 205 295

U 15 15 25 38 50 75 100 150

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

Not available in Alloy C-22

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Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.4404/316L, Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100
1) 1)

A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 740

B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 362

C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 378

G 120 120 140 175 185 230 270 365

L 420 440 494 620 775 915 1168 1528

N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 4 x Ø25 8 x Ø23 8 x Ø25 8 x Ø27 12 x Ø33

S 23 23 27 32 34 40 44 54

LK 85 85 100 130 145 185 220 305

U 12 12 22 35 48 73 98 146

di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20 68.90

150 1)

Not available in Alloy C-22

Dimensions Promass F: Tri-Clamp connections

227 207

187

G U

168

-

Esc

+

E

160

B

A

di

L

+1.5 –2.0

Fig. 54:

Dimensions Promass F: Tri-Clamp connections

Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 Clamp 1" 1" 1" 1 1/2" 2" 3" 4" A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 G 50.4 50.4 50.4 50.4 63.9 90.9 118.9 L 367 398 434 560 720 900 1128 U 22.1 22.1 22.1 34.8 47.5 72.9 97.4 di 5.35 8.30 12.00 17.60 26.00 40.50 51.20

3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.8 2 m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2 m/240 grit) 1/2" Tri-Clamp: 1.4404/316L DN 8 15 Clamp 1" 1" A 341 341 B 266 266 C 75 75 G 25.0 25.0 L 367 398 U 9.5 9.5 di 5.35 8.30

3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.8 2 m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.4 2 m/240 grit)

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30 12.5 –2.60 26.50 51.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 G Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" Rd 110 x 1/4" Rd 130 x 1/4" L 367 398 434 560 720 900 1128 U 16 16 26 38 50 81 100 di 5.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.00 40.8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 129 F06-83Fxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-009 C .00 17.20 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.35 8.0 Fig. 55: Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling DIN 11851: 1.

8 2 m/150 grit.0 Fig.60 26.30 12.4 2 m/240 grit) 130 Endress+Hauser F06-83Fxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-010 C .10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 G Rd 28 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" Rd 110 x 1/4" Rd 130 x 1/4" L 367 398 434 560 720 900 1128 U 10 16 26 38 50 81 100 di 5.50 51.35 8.00 40.00 17. 56: Dimensions Promass F: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A: 1. Option: Ra @ 0.20 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.5 –2.

4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 G 54 59 70 82 94 133 159 L 387 418 454 560 720 900 1128 N 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 8 x Ø11 8 x Ø11 S 10 10 10 10 10 12 14 LK 37 42 53 65 77 112 137 U 10 16 26 38 50 81 100 di 5.4 2 m/240 grit) Endress+Hauser 131 F06-83Fxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-011 C .00 40.30 12.8 2 m/150 grit.20 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0. 57: Dimensions Promass F: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF): 1.50 51. Option: Ra @ 0.35 8.00 17.0 Fig.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass F: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) 227 207 N 187 G LK U 168 S Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.60 26.5 –2.

6 35.60 26.00 17.13 52.6 22.6 48.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 1) A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 G 1) 37.6 22.21 L 367 398 434 560 720 900 1128 U 22. thread diameter to ISO 2853 Annex A 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.30 12.35 8. 58: Dimensions Promass F: ISO 2853 connections (couplings) Coupling ISO 2853: 1.68 64.16 91.4 2 m/240 grit) 132 Endress+Hauser F06-83Fxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-012 C .9 97.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass F: ISO 2853 connections (couplings) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.6 di 5.19 118.20 Max.0 Fig.00 40.50 51. Option: Ra @ 0.8 2 m/150 grit.13 37.13 37.6 72.5 –2.

35 8.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass F: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.0 Fig.0 97.00 40.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 A 341 341 341 376 424 505 571 B 266 266 266 271 283 305 324 C 75 75 75 105 141 200 247 G Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 60 x 1/6" Rd 70 x 1/6" Rd 98 x 1/6" Rd 132 x 1/6" L 367 398 434 560 720 900 1128 U 22.5 –2. 59: Dimensions Promass F: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling SMS 1145: 1.5 22.8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 133 F06-83Fxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-013 C .5 72.60 26.5 di 5.50 51.20 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.5 48.30 12.5 35.5 22.00 17.

60: Dimensions Promass F: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 100 150 L 108 110 130 155 226 280 342 440 H 62 62 62 67 79 101 115 121 G 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 134 Endress+Hauser F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-002 .10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass F: Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring Fig.

55 11.53 8.60 38..55 11.3 17.4404/316L.3. ANSI.1 54.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10.4404/316L Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C.38 17.07 25..5 di 5.. JIS) Fig.46 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40 (with DN 25 flanges): 1. JIS) Flange DIN 2501 / PN 16: PVDF DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 301 305 312 332 351 B 266 268 272 283 293 C 35 37 40 49 58 G 95 95 115 150 165 L 370 404 440 550 715 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 S 16 16 18 18 20 LK 65 65 85 110 125 U 16.12.5 82.5 2 m DN 8 15 A 301 305 B 266 268 C 35 37 G 115 115 L 440 440 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 S 18 18 LK 85 85 U 28.07 25. titanium Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C. Ra 6.5 di 5.5 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 1) A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 95 95 115 150 165 200 L 370 404 440 550 715 840 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 8 x Ø18 S 16 16 18 18 20 24 LK 65 65 85 110 125 160 U 17.3.1 54..8 Dimensions: Promass M Dimensions Promass M: flange connections (DIN. Ra 6.5 43.5 28. 61: Dimensions Promass M: flange connections (DIN.3 28.5 43.5 di 5. ANSI.53 8.53 8.60 Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 40: 1.12.1 16.55 Endress+Hauser 135 F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-002 .38 17.1 28.

7 4 x Ø15.0 127.07 25.5 66.5 20.7 40.7 4 x Ø15.2 95.0 4 x Ø22.0 di 5.46 Flange ANSI B16. titanium Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E.9 155..5 79.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" 3" A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 88.3 S 14.60 38.0 127.38 17.2 11.2 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 1) A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 95 95 115 150 165 230 L 400 420 470 590 740 885 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 8 x Ø26 S 20 20 24 26 28 32 LK 65 65 85 110 125 180 U 17.7 26.60 38.4 U 15.3.6 di 5.9 52. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.9 52.55 11.6 22.53 8.9 di 5.9 88.0 152.7 4 x Ø15.0 di 5.7 4 x Ø15.5 / Cl 150: 1.38 17..4 165..0 168.6.60 38.4404/316L.7 26.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 64: 1.0 8 x Ø22.5 19.7 4 x Ø15.2 123.. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.3 8 x Ø19.07 25.1 23.9 114.07 25.46 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Flange ANSI B16.53 8.5 / Cl 150: PVDF DN 8 15 25 40 50 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" A 301 305 312 332 351 B 266 268 272 283 293 C 35 37 40 49 58 G 88.55 11.2 17.46 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 100: 1.1 4 x Ø19.4 190.2 2 m DN 50 80 1) A 351 385 B 293 309 C 58 76 G 180 215 L 724 875 N 4 x Ø22 8 x Ø22 S 26 28 LK 135 170 U 54.9 LK 60.7 15.5 79.1 209. Ra 1.53 8.2.07 25.4404/316L.1 S 11.7 U 15.4 L 370 404 440 550 715 N 4 x Ø15.2 98.6.3 28..46 136 Endress+Hauser .3 17.38 17.4 LK 66.3.5 43.2 14.7 4 x Ø19.7 40.2 17.7 26.9 108.60 Flange ANSI B16.5 80.9 52.5 L 370 404 440 550 715 840 N 4 x Ø15.9 88.7 152.4404/316L.5 60.7 di 25.5 81.3 28.3 127. Ra 1.5 / Cl 300: 1.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" 3" A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 95.7 4 x Ø15.9 108..7 40.7 4 x Ø19.1 54. titanium Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E.7 4 x Ø15.1 S 16 16 18 21 28 LK 60.7 4 x Ø19.5 L 370 404 440 550 715 840 N 4 x Ø15.2.6 120.55 11.6 78.7 15.6.55 11.6.6 120.7 15.0 152.1 U 15..5 60.4404/316L..2 98.60 38.2 14.53 8.6 78.38 17.5 88.

4 38.7 di 5.55 11.8 24.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 95 95 125 140 155 200 L 370 404 440 550 715 832 N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø23 S 14 14 16 18 18 22 LK 70 70 90 105 120 160 U 15 15 25 40 50 80 di 5.4404/316L..07 25.0 155.38 17.6.60 38.6 20..3 95..55 11.4 165..3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" 3" A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 95.53 8.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 115 115 130 160 165 210 L 400 425 485 600 760 890 N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 8 x Ø19 8 x Ø23 S 20 20 22 24 26 32 LK 80 80 95 120 130 170 U 15 15 25 38 50 75 di 5.2.38 17.55 11.2.2.4404/316L.53 8.53 8.7 31. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.4 S 20.8 38.60 38.4 8 x Ø19.53 8.4404/316L.1 49.38 17.8 13.60 38.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Flange ANSI B16.3 2 m DN 50 80 A 351 385 B 293 309 C 49.1 U 13.1 4 x Ø22.1 209. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.6.7 4 x Ø19.6.25 58 G 155 185 L 715 832 N 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 S 16 18 LK 120 150 U 50 80 di 25. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.5 66.6 L 400 420 490 600 742 900 N 4 x Ø15.60 38.0 168.3 73.38 17.5 / Cl 600: 1.7 4 x Ø15.3 127..1 8 x Ø22.2.4404/316L.07 25..46 Endress+Hauser 137 .46 Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1..07 25. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.46 Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: PVDF DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 301 305 312 332 351 B 266 268 272 283 293 C 35 37 40 49 58 G 95 95 125 140 155 L 370 404 440 550 715 N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 S 16 16 18 21 22 LK 70 70 90 105 120 U 15 15 25 40 50 di 5.6.2 LK 66.07 25.46 Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.5 88.9 114..6 28.6 23.60 Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.3 124.55 11.

6.9 di 5.4404/316L.1 22.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 Clamp 1" 1" 1" 1 1/2" 2" 3" A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 50.9 90.4 50.4 50.8 47.4404/316L DN 8 15 Clamp 1" 1" A 301 305 B 266 268 C 35 37 G 25.38 17.9 L 367 398 434 560 720 801 U 22.3 2 m DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 120 120 140 175 185 230 L 420 440 494 620 775 915 N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 4 x Ø25 8 x Ø23 8 x Ø25 S 23 23 27 32 34 40 LK 85 85 100 130 145 185 U 12 12 22 35 48 73 di 5...60 38.1 34.8 2 m/150 grit) 138 Endress+Hauser F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-005 .53 8.0 L 367 398 U 9.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.60 38.2.55 11.5 72.55 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.5 di 5. 62: Dimensions Promass M: Tri-Clamp connections Tri-Clamp: 1. titanium Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.8 2 m/150 grit) 1/2" Tri-Clamp: 1.07 25.55 11.1 22.46 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.53 8.5 9.07 25.4 50.53 8.46 Dimensions Promass M: Tri-Clamp connections Fig.38 17.0 25.4 63.

63: Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling DIN 11851: 1.60 38.8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 139 F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-003 .46 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.38 17.55 11.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) Fig.07 25.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" Rd 110 x 1/4" L 367 398 434 560 720 815 U 16 16 26 38 50 81 di 5.53 8.

64: Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A: 1.53 8.07 25.38 17.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass M: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) Fig.8 2 m/150 grit) 140 Endress+Hauser F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-006 .46 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G Rd 28x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" Rd 110 x 1/4" L 367 398 434 560 720 815 U 10 16 26 38 50 81 di 5.60 38.55 11.

53 8. 65: Dimensions Promass M: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF): 1.46 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 141 F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-007 .55 11.60 38.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 54 59 70 82 94 133 L 367 398 434 560 720 815 N 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 8 x Ø11 S 10 10 10 10 10 12 LK 37 42 53 65 77 112 U 10 16 26 38 50 81 di 5.38 17.07 25.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass M: flange connections DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) Fig.

13 52.07 25.8 2 m/150 grit) 142 Endress+Hauser F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-008 .60 38.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass M: ISO 2853 connections (couplings) Fig.6 72.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 1) A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G 1) 37.13 37.46 Max.68 64.13 37. thread diameter to ISO 2853 Annex A 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.19 L 367 398 434 560 720 815 U 22.55 11.6 48.9 di 5.16 91. 66: Dimensions Promass M: ISO 2853 connections (couplings) Coupling ISO 2853: 1.6 22.53 8.6 22.6 35.38 17.

4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 A 301 305 312 332 351 385 B 266 268 272 283 293 309 C 35 37 40 49 58 76 G Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 70 x 1/6" Rd 98 x 1/6" L 367 398 434 560 720 792 U 22.5 22.46 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0.8 Pm/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 143 F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-004 .55 11.60 38.5 35.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass M: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling) Fig.07 25. 67: Dimensions Promass M: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling SMS 1145: 1.0 di 5.53 8.5 22.5 72.5 48.38 17.

93 7.8 429.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass M (high-pressure): 1/2" NPT.20 144 Endress+Hauser F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-001 .75 10. 68: Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): 1/2" NPT.2 10.93 7.8 385.2 di 4.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 A 301 305 312 B 266 268 272 C 35 37 40 G SW 24 SW 24 SW 24 L 355.2 di 4.2 10.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 A 301 305 312 B 266 268 272 C 35 37 40 G SW 1 1/16" SW 1 1/16" SW 1 1/16" L 370 400 444 U 10.20 G 3/8": 1.93 7. 3/8" NPT and G 3/8" connections 1/2" NPT: 1.2 10.8 385.20 3/8" NPT: 1.2 10.75 10.8 429.75 10. 3/8" NPT and G 3/8" connections Fig.2 10.8 U 10.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 A 301 305 312 B 266 268 272 C 35 37 40 G SW 1 5/16" SW 1 5/16" SW 1 5/16" L 355.8 U 10.2 di 4.2 10.

4 U 10.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 A 301 305 312 B 266 268 272 C 35 37 40 G 7/8" 7/8" 7/8" L 366.75 10.2 10.2 10.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): 1/2" SWAGELOK connection Fig.20 Endress+Hauser 145 F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-000 .4 440. 69: Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): 1/2" SWAGELOK connection 1/2" SWAGELOK: 1.2 di 4.4 396.93 7.

75 10.2 10.20 146 Endress+Hauser F06-83Mxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-010 .2 10.93 7. 70: Dimensions Promass M (high pressure): Connector with 7/8-14UNF internal pipe thread Internal pipe thread 7/8-14UNF: 1.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass M (high-pressure): Connector with 7/8-14UNF internal pipe thread Fig.2 V 3 3 3 W 14 14 14 di 4.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 A 301 305 312 B 266 268 272 C 35 37 40 G 7/8-14UNF 7/8-14UNF 7/8-14UNF L 304 334 378 U 10.

80.0 19. 71: Dimensions Promass M: without process connections DN 8 8 1) 15 15 1) 25 25 1) 40 50 80 1) L 256 256 286 286 310 310 410 544 644 J 27 27 35 35 40 40 53 73 102 K 54 54 56 56 62 62 80 94 128 M 6xM8 6xM8 6xM8 6xM8 6xM8 6xM8 8 x M 10 8 x M 10 12 x M 12 bmax.0 60.62 2.30 67.84 Nm 30.60 47.3 30.0 19.62 2.3 60.0 100.62 2.60 34. 12 12 12 12 12 12 15 15 18 bmin.62 2.62 2.53 O-ring Inside Ø 21.82 29.95 94.62 2. lubricant: Molykote P37 Endress+Hauser 147 F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-001 .PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass M: without process connections Fig.82 34.0 15 15 1) 25 25 1) 40 50 80 1) High pressure version.62 2.89 29.89 21. lubricant: Molykote P37 Tightening torque DN 8 8 1) Lubricated thread yes/no no yes no yes no yes no yes yes Thickness 2.62 3. permissible thread: A4 . 10 10 10 10 10 10 13 13 15 High pressure version. permissible thread: A4 .0 19.80.3 30.

0 67.5 50.0 46.0 59.5 81.5 G 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 148 Endress+Hauser F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-003 . 72: Dimensions Promass M: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring DN 8 15 25 40 50 80 L 85 100 110 155 210 210 H 44.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass M: Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring Fig.

5 43. ANSI.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 1) A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 95 95 115 150 165 L 232 279 329 445 556 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 S 16 16 18 18 20 LK 65 65 85 110 125 U 17.35 8. JIS) Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 40: 1.00 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 100: 1. ANSI.00 17.9 di 5. JIS) 227 207 N 187 G LK U 168 - Esc + E 160 S B A di L +1.3 28.60 26.5 di 26.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 1) A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 105 105 140 170 195 L 261 295 360 486 581 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø22 4 x Ø26 S 20 20 24 26 28 LK 75 75 100 125 145 U 17.3 17.9 Dimensions: Promass E Dimensions Promass E: flange connections (DIN. 73: Dimensions Promass E: flange connections (DIN.35 8.00 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Endress+Hauser 149 F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-000 C .5 di 5.30 12.0 Fig.00 Flange with groove to DIN 2512N available Flange DIN 2501 / DIN 2512N 1) / PN 64: 1.1 54.5 42.3 17.60 26.30 12.4404/316L DN 50 1) A 423 B 253 C 170 G 180 L 565 N 4 x Ø22 S 26 LK 135 U 54.00 17.3 28.5 53.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data 10.5 –2.

3 95.3 127.0 127.35 8.5 88.00 17.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 95.7 31.00 17.9 114.7 15.2 14.6 20.7 26.7 4 x Ø19.30 12.3 124.4 L 232 279 329 445 556 N 4 x Ø15.5 60.9 114.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 95.1 L 232 279 329 445 556 N 4 x Ø15.9 52.8 LK 66.3 LK 66.5 66.9 28.7 4 x Ø19.0 U 13.4 165.9 155.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 115 115 130 160 165 L 261 300 375 496 601 N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 8 x Ø19 S 20 20 22 24 26 LK 80 80 95 120 130 U 15 15 25 38 50 di 5.0 S 14.5 20.00 17.7 40.00 Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.2 98.2 di 5.35 8.6 di 5.2 17.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Flange ANSI B16.60 26.00 Flange ANSI B16.0 U 15.6 di 5.7 26.3 8 x Ø19.60 26.60 26.30 12.30 12.35 8.7 15.00 Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 3/8" 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 2" A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 88.5 / Cl 300: 1.2 14.5 19.7 4 x Ø15.1 49.00 150 Endress+Hauser .2 123.00 Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.7 4 x Ø15.7 U 15.6 23.4404/316L DN 50 A 423 B 253 C 170 G 155 L 556 N 4 x Ø19 S 16 LK 120 U 50 di 26.4 165.1 LK 60.60 26.2 17.5 / Cl 600: 1.35 8.5 / Cl 150: 1.2 95.0 4 x Ø22.7 40.00 Flange ANSI B16.0 155.35 8.1 S 11.2 11.5 88.3 127.00 17.5 79.60 26.1 S 20.7 4 x Ø15.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 95 95 125 140 155 L 232 279 329 445 556 N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 S 14 14 16 18 18 LK 70 70 90 105 120 U 15 15 25 40 50 di 5.0 152.7 4 x Ø19.3 38.00 17.7 4 x Ø15.1 4 x Ø22.9 13.9 108.30 12.1 L 261 295 380 496 583 N 4 x Ø15.9 88.4 8 x Ø19.9 52.30 12.7 4 x Ø15.6 120.9 24.5 66.6 22.

2 di 5.0 Fig.60 26.35 12-VCO-4 (3/4"): 1.30 12.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1. 74: Dimensions Promass E: VCO connections 8-VCO-4 (1/2"): 1.30 Endress+Hauser 151 F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-001 C .5 –2.4404/316L DN 15 A 331 B 226 C 105 G SW 1 1/2" L 305 U 15.00 Dimensions Promass E: VCO connections 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 120 120 140 175 185 L 282 315 383 515 616 N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 4 x Ø25 8 x Ø23 S 23 23 27 32 34 LK 85 85 100 130 145 U 12 12 22 35 48 di 5.4404/316L DN 8 A 317 B 224 C 93 G SW 1" L 252 U 10.7 di 8.35 8.00 17.

8 2 m/150 grit) 152 Endress+Hauser F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-002 C .1 34.60 26.0 25.4404/316L DN 8 15 Clamp 1/2" 1/2" A 317 331 B 224 226 C 93 105 G 25.1 22.30 12.8 2 m/150 grit) 1/2"-Tri-Clamp: 1.5 9.4 63.00 17.35 8.5 di 5.30 3A version also available (Ra @ 0. 75: Dimensions Promass E: Tri-Clamp connections Tri-Clamp: 1.0 Fig.00 3A version also available (Ra @ 0.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass E: Tri-Clamp connections 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.4 50.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 Clamp 1" 1" 1" 1 1/2" 2" A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 50.35 8.1 22.4 50.5 –2.9 L 229 273 324 456 562 U 22.8 47.5 di 5.0 L 229 273 U 9.4 50.

8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 153 F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-003 C . 76: Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling DIN 11851: 1.00 17.35 8.5 –2.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" L 229 273 324 456 562 U 16 16 26 38 50 di 5.60 26.00 3A version also available (Ra @ 0.30 12.0 Fig.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.

4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G Rd 28 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" L 229 273 324 456 562 U 10 16 26 38 50 di 5.35 8.00 3A version also available (Ra @ 0.5 –2.60 26.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.30 12. 77: Dimensions Promass E: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A: 1.0 Fig.8 2 m/150 grit) 154 Endress+Hauser F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-004 C .00 17.

4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 54 59 70 82 94 L 249 293 344 456 562 N 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 S 10 10 10 10 10 LK 37 42 53 65 77 U 10 16 26 38 50 di 5.0 Fig.35 8.00 3A version also available (Ra @ 0.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass E: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) 227 207 N 187 G LK U 168 - Esc + E 160 S B A di L +1. 78: Dimensions Promass E: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF): 1.8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 155 F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-005 C .00 17.60 26.5 –2.30 12.

5 –2.30 12.13 37.35 8.8 2 m/150 grit) 156 Endress+Hauser F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-006 C .6 22.6 48.6 35.13 37.13 52. 79: Dimensions Promass E: ISO 2853 connection (couplings) Coupling ISO 2853: 1.00 Max. 3A version also available (Ra @ 0.00 17. thread diameter to ISO 2853 Annex A.60 26.16 L 229 273 324 456 562 U 22.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass E: ISO 2853 connection (couplings) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.0 Fig.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 1) A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G 1) 37.68 64.6 di 5.6 22.

00 17.30 12. 80: Dimensions Promass E: SMS 1145 connection (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling SMS 1145: 1.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass E: SMS 1145 connection (hygienic coupling) 227 207 187 G U 168 - Esc + E 160 B A di L +1.35 8.5 35.5 di 5.5 22.0 Fig.00 3A version also available (Ra @ 0.5 22.8 2 m/150 grit) Endress+Hauser 157 F06-83Exxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-007 C .60 26.5 –2.4404/316L DN 8 15 25 40 50 A 317 331 337 358 423 B 224 226 231 237 253 C 93 105 106 121 170 G Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 60 x 1/6" Rd 70 x 1/6" L 229 273 324 456 562 U 22.5 48.

4 2 m/240 grit). 81: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection (welded) 4-VCO-4 connection: 1.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 10.0 2 2) 4 1) 2) 1) 4 2) 3-A version also available (Ra @ 0. Alloy C-22 DN 1 1) 2 1) A 305 305 305 315 315 B 273 273 273 283 283 C 32 32 32 32 32 E 228 310 310 435 435 F 160 160 160 220 220 G SW 11/16" SW 11/16" SW 11/16" SW 11/16" SW 11/16" K 145 145 145 175 175 L 290 372 372 497 497 M 165 165 165 195 195 P 120 120 120 150 150 U / di 1. For 1.1 1.10 Dimensions: Promass A Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection (welded) Fig.4 3.4539/904L only High pressure version 158 Endress+Hauser F06-83Axxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-000 .4539/904L.8 1.5 3.

Option: Ra @ 0.5 3-A version (Ra @ 0.5 di 1.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass A: 1/2" Tri-Clamp connection (welded) Fig.8 2 m/150 grit.8 3.1 1.4 P m/240 grit) Endress+Hauser 159 F06-83Axxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-001 .5 9.4539/904L DN 1 2 4 1) A 305 305 315 B 273 273 283 C 32 32 32 E 228 310 435 F 160 160 220 G 25 25 25 K 145 145 175 L 296 378 503 M 165 165 195 P 120 120 150 U 9.5 9. 82: Dimensions Promass A: 1/2" Tri-Clamp connection (welded) 1/2" Tri-Clamp connection / 3-A version 1): 1.

83: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set DN 15 flange (DIN.5 Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.6.0 15..12.4539/904L.3 di 1.4404/316L Mounting set DN 15 flange (JIS) 10K: 1. Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3. Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C..5 160 Endress+Hauser F06-83Axxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-004 .3 2 m DN 1 2 4 A 305 305 315 B 273 273 283 C 32 32 32 E 228 310 435 F 160 160 220 G 95 95 95 K 145 145 175 L 393 475 600 M 165 165 195 N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 P 120 120 150 S 14 14 14 LK 70 70 70 U 15..0 15.4404/316L Mounting set DN 15 flange (JIS) 20K: 1.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set DN 15 flange (DIN.8 3.3 2 m DN 1 2 4 A 305 305 315 B 273 273 283 C 32 32 32 E 228 310 435 F 160 160 220 G 95 95 95 K 145 145 175 L 393 475 600 M 165 165 195 N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 P 120 120 150 S 20 20 20 LK 70 70 70 U 15.8 3.2.0 15.0 di 1.3 17.1 1..5 Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1. JIS) or 1/2" flange (ANSI) Mounting set DN 15 flange (DIN) PN 40: 1.4539/904L.3 17.3..0 15. Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3. Ra 6.2.1 1. JIS ) or 1/2" flange (ANSI) Fig.8 3.5 2 m DN 1 2 4 A 305 305 315 B 273 273 283 C 32 32 32 E 228 310 435 F 160 160 220 G 95 95 95 K 145 145 175 L 393 475 600 M 165 165 195 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 P 120 120 150 S 28 28 28 LK 65 65 65 U 17.1 1.6..0 di 1.4539/904L.

7 435 220 95.9 175 600 195 4 x Ø15.5 1/24" 305 1/12" 305 1/8" 315 228 160 95.3 2 m DN 1 2 4 A B C 32 32 32 E F G K L M N P S LK U di 1.5 15. Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.7 310 160 88.5 1/24" 305 273 1/12" 305 273 1/8" 315 283 228 160 88. 84: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/4" NPT-F Mounting set 1/4" NPT-F connection: 1.5 15.7 120 20.4539/904L..5 3.7 66. Alloy C-22 DN 1 2 2 1) 4 4 1) 1) A 305 305 305 315 315 B 273 273 273 283 283 C 32 32 32 32 32 E 228 310 310 435 435 F 160 160 160 220 220 G SW 3/4" SW 3/4" SW 3/4" SW 3/4" SW 3/4" K 145 145 145 175 175 L 361 443 443 568 568 M 165 165 165 195 195 P 120 120 120 150 150 U 1/4"-NPT 1/4"-NPT 1/4"-NPT 1/4"-NPT 1/4"-NPT di 1.7 120 17.7 60.8 3.6..7 310 160 95.2 145 475 165 4 x Ø15.4539/904L.1 1.7 120 20. Alloy C-22 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3..7 Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.2 175 600 195 4 x Ø15.7 150 17.8 3.7 66.8 1.7 150 20.9 145 475 165 4 x Ø15.7 60..1 1.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Mounting set 1/2" flange (ANSI) Cl 150: 1.4404/316L Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/4" NPT-F Fig.7 435 220 88.5 15.2.4539/904L.4539/904L only Endress+Hauser 161 F06-83Axxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-002 .4404/316L Mounting set 1/2" flange (ANSI) Cl 300: 1.2.0 High pressure version available in 1.5 15.7 120 17.5 15.7 Loose flanges (not fluid-wetted) made of stainless steel 1.9 145 393 165 4 x Ø15.5 15.6.7 66.4 3.7 60.1 1.2 145 393 165 4 x Ø15.3 2 m DN 1 2 4 A B 273 273 283 C 32 32 32 E F G K L M N P S LK U di 1.

0 2 1) 4 4 1) 1) High pressure version 162 Endress+Hauser F06-83Axxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-003 .6 359.1 1.5 3.6 M 165 165 165 165 165 165 195 195 P 120 120 120 120 120 120 150 150 U 1/8" 1/4" 1/8" 1/4" 1/8" 1/4" 1/4" 1/4" di 1. 85: Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/8" or 1/4" SWAGELOK Mounting set SWAGELOK connection: 1.1 1.8 1.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass A: 4-VCO-4 connection with mounting set 1/8" or 1/4" SWAGELOK Fig.4 3.6 571.4 1.6 441.4401/316 DN 1 1 2 2 2 1) A 305 305 305 305 305 305 315 315 B 273 273 273 273 273 273 283 283 C 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 E 228 228 310 310 310 310 435 435 F 160 160 160 160 160 160 220 220 G SW 7/16" SW 9/16" SW 7/16" SW 9/16" SW 7/16" SW 9/16" SW 9/16" SW 9/16" K 145 145 145 145 145 145 175 175 L 359.6 571.6 441.6 441.6 441.8 1.

0 102.0 130. 86: Dimensions Promass A: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring DN 1 2 4 L 92.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass A: Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring Fig.0 192.5 H 102.0 192.5 G 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT Endress+Hauser 163 F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-005 .

50 1 1/2" 2" DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 164 Endress+Hauser F06-83Hxxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-000 . JIS) Fig.10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 10.4301/304..0 152.5 23. ANSI.2.60 25. Ra 1.6.4301/304.5 60. parts in contact with medium zirconium 702 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.00 17..5 / Cl 150: 1.9 108.6 120.1 17.5 LK 65 65 85 110 125 U 17.6 LK 60.7 U 15.11 Dimensions: Promass H Dimensions Promass H: flange connections (DIN. parts in contact with medium zirconium 702 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C.60 25.90 52.70 26.6.8 12.4 L 336 440 580 794 1071 N 4 x Ø15.30 17.50 40.8 15.50 DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard Flange ANSI B16.50 43.70 40.51 12.7 4 x Ø19.2 98.0 127..60 di 8.9 88.1 S 12.3 2 m DN 8 1) 15 25 40 50 1) A 3/8" 1/2" 1" 384 385 401 475 556 B 280 280 280 304 315 C 104 105 121 171 241 D 41 41 41 65 76 G 88. 87: Dimensions Promass H: flange connections (DIN.50 40.00 17.3.50 di 8.51 12.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.2 2 m DN 8 1) 15 25 40 50 1) A 384 385 401 475 556 B 280 280 280 304 315 C 104 105 121 171 241 D 41 41 41 65 76 G 95 95 115 150 165 L 336 440 580 794 1071 N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 S 20 20 19 21.7 4 x Ø15.. ANSI. JIS) Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40: 1.30 28.5 23.10 54.5 79.70 15.

6.3 2 m DN 8 1) A 384 385 401 475 556 B 280 280 280 304 315 C 104 105 121 171 241 D 41 41 41 65 76 G 95 95 125 140 155 L 336 440 580 794 1071 N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19 S 14 14 16 18 22 LK 70 70 90 105 120 U 15.00 15.2.50 15 25 40 50 1) DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard Dimensions Promass H: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring Fig.00 40.2.5 / Cl 300: 1.2 95.00 17.0 155.1 4 x Ø22.00 di 8.9 114..2 124.2 17.50 40.70 40.50 15 25 40 50 1) 1 1/2" 2" DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.51 12. 88: Dimensions Promass H: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring DN 8 15 25 40 50 L 55 102 172 263 381.4301/304.1 S 14.00 25.7 4 x Ø19.5 H 82 82 82 102 119.70 26.2 14.60 25.5 66..60 25. parts in contact with medium zirconium 702 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.3 127 U 15.00 50.6 23.6 LK 66.5 88.1 L 336 440 580 794 1071 N 4 x Ø15.51 12.7 4 x Ø15.5 A 25 25 25 45 58 G 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT Endress+Hauser 165 F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-007 .50 40.6.00 17...PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Flange ANSI B16.5 20.3 2 m DN 8 1) A 3/8" 1/2" 1" 384 385 401 475 556 B 280 280 280 304 315 C 104 105 121 171 241 D 41 41 41 65 76 G 95.4301/304.60 di 8.90 52.4 165.70 15. parts in contact with medium zirconium 702 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.3 8 x Ø19.

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10.12 Dimensions: Promass I
Dimensions Promass I: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)

Fig. 89:

Dimensions Promass I: flange connections (DIN, ANSI, JIS)

Flange DIN 2501 / PN 40: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form C, Ra 6.3...12.5 2 m DN 8 1) 15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1) 2)

A 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 95 95 95 115 115 150 150 165

L 402 438 572 578 700 708 819 827

N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18

S 20 20 19 23 22 26 24 28

LK 65 65 65 85 85 110 110 125

U 17.30 17.30 17.07 28.50 25.60 43.10 35.62 54.50

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

Flange DIN 2501 / PN 64: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2 m DN 50 A 406 B 320 C 86 G 180 L 832 N 4 x Ø22 S 34 LK 135 U 54.5 di 35.62

Flange DIN 2501 / PN 100: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): DIN 2526 Form E, Ra 1.6...3.2 2 m DN 8 1) 15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1)

A 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 105 105 105 140 140 170 170 195

L 402 438 578 578 706 708 825 832

N 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø14 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø18 4 x Ø22 4 x Ø22 4 x Ø26

S 25 25 26 29 31 32 33 36

LK 75 75 75 100 100 125 125 145

U 17.30 17.30 17.07 28.50 25.60 42.50 35.62 53.90

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 2) DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

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Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 150: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8
1)

A 3/8" 1/2" 1/2" 1" 1" 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 88.9 88.9 88.9 108.0 108.0 127.0 127.0 152.4

L 402 438 572 578 700 708 819 827

N 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø19.1

S 20 20 19 23 22 26 24 28

LK 60.5 60.5 60.5 79.2 79.2 98.6 98.6 120.7

U 15.70 15.70 17.07 26.70 25.60 40.90 35.62 52.60

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1) 2)

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 2"

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 300: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 1) 15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1)

A 3/8" 1/2" 1/2" 1" 1" 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 95.3 95.3 95.3 124.0 124.0 155.4 155.4 165.1

L 402 438 572 578 700 708 819 827

N 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø19.1 4 x Ø19.1 4 x Ø22.4 4 x Ø22.4 8 x Ø19.1

S 20 20 19 23 22 26 24 28

LK 66.5 66.5 66.5 88.9 88.9 114.3 114.3 127.0

U 15.70 15.70 17.07 26.70 25.60 40.90 35.62 52.60

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 2"

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 2) DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

Flange ANSI B16.5 / Cl 600: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8
1)

A 3/8" 1/2" 1/2" 1" 1" 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 95.3 95.3 95.3 124.0 124.0 155.4 155.4 165.1

L 402 438 578 578 706 708 825 832

N 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø15.7 4 x Ø19.1 4 x Ø19.1 4 x Ø22.4 4 x Ø22.4 8 x Ø19.1

S 20 20 22 23 25 28 29 33

LK 66.5 66.5 66.5 88.9 88.9 114.3 114.3 127.0

U 13.80 13.80 17.07 24.40 25.60 38.10 35.62 49.30

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1)

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 2"

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 2) DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

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Flange JIS B2238 / 10K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 50 A 406 B 320 C 86 G 155 L 827 N 4 x Ø19 S 28 LK 120 U 50 di 35.62

Flange JIS B2238 / 20K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8 1) 15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1)

A 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 95 95 95 125 125 140 140 155

L 402 438 572 578 700 708 819 827

N 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø15 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 8 x Ø19

S 20 20 19 23 22 26 24 28

LK 70 70 70 90 90 105 105 120

U 15.00 15.00 17.07 25.00 25.60 40.00 35.62 50.00

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 2) DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

Flange JIS B2238 / 40K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8
1)

A 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 115 115 115 130 130 160 160 165

L 402 438 578 578 706 708 825 827

N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 4 x Ø23 8 x Ø19

S 25 25 26 27 29 30 31 32

LK 80 80 80 95 95 120 120 130

U 15.00 15.00 17.07 25.00 25.60 38.00 35.62 50.00

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1)

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 2) DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

Flange JIS B2238 / 63K: 1.4301/304, parts in contact with medium titanium grade 9 Surface roughness (flange): Ra 3.2...6.3 2 m DN 8
1)

A 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406

B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320

C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86

G 120 120 120 140 140 175 175 185

L 402 438 578 578 706 708 825 832

N 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø19 4 x Ø23 4 x Ø23 4 x Ø25 4 x Ø25 8 x Ø23

S 28 28 29 30 32 36 37 40

LK 85 85 85 100 100 130 130 145

U 12.00 12.80 17.07 22.00 25.60 35.00 35.62 48.00

di 8.55 11.38 17.07 17.07 25.60 25.60 35.62 35.62

15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50
1)

DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard 2) DN 15, 25, 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I

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10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) Fig.60 25. 91: Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11851 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 / 3-A version 1): titanium grade 2 DN 8 15 15 2) 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50 1) 2) A 350 350 350 350 377 377 406 406 B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320 C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86 G Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" L 427 463 602 603 736 731 855 856 U 16 16 16 26 26 38 38 50 di 8.07 25.8 2 m/150 grit) 170 Endress+Hauser F06-83Ixxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-003 .62 3-A version (Ra @ 0.62 35.38 3-A version (Ra @ 0.55 11. 25. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Hygienic coupling DIN 11851 Rd 28 x 1/8" / 3-A version 1): titanium grade 2 DN 8 15 1) A 350 350 B 291 291 C 59 59 G Rd 28 x 1/8" Rd 28 x 1/8" L 426 462 U 10 10 di 8.07 17.60 35.38 17.55 11.8 2 m/150 grit) DN 15.

PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) Fig.07 17.62 15 15 3) 25 25 40 40 50 1) 2) 3) 3) 377 377 406 406 3-A version (Ra @ 0.60 35. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Endress+Hauser 171 F06-83Ixxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-004 .55 11.60 25.38 17. 25. 92: Dimensions Promass I: DIN 11864-1 Form A connections (couplings) Coupling DIN 11864-1 Form A / 3-A version 1): titanium grade 2 DN 8 2) A 350 350 350 350 B 291 291 291 291 305 305 320 320 C 59 59 59 59 72 72 86 86 G Rd 28 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 34 x 1/8" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 52 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 65 x 1/6" Rd 78 x 1/6" L 428 463 602 603 734 731 855 856 U 10 16 16 26 26 38 38 50 di 8.8 2 m/150 grit. Option: Ra @ 0.62 35.07 25.4 2 m/240 grit) DN 8 with DN 10 threaded adapters 3) DN 15.

62 15 25 40 50 1) 3-A version (Ra @ 0.60 35.38 17.07 25. Option: Ra @ 0. 93: Dimensions Promass I: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) Flange DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) / 3-A version 1): titanium grade 2 DN 8 2) A 350 350 350 377 406 B 291 291 291 305 320 C 59 59 59 72 86 G 54 59 70 82 94 L 449 485 625 753 874 N 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 4 x Ø9 S 10 10 10 10 10 LK 37 42 53 65 77 U 10 16 26 38 50 di 8.4 2 m/240 grit) 2) DN 8 with DN 10 flanges 172 Endress+Hauser F06-83Ixxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-005 .10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass I: flange connection DIN 11864-2 Form A (BF) Fig.55 11.8 2 m/150 grit.

6 22.6 22.38 17.6 35.60 35.16 L 435 471 610 744 737 859 856 U 22.13 37.62 15 15 3) 25 3) 40 40 3) 50 1) 3-A version (Ra @ 0. 25. Option: Ra @ 0.13 50. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I Endress+Hauser 173 F06-83Ixxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-006 .07 25.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass I: ISO 2853 connections (couplings) Fig.62 35.4 2 m/240 grit) 2) DN 8 with DN 15 threaded adapters as standard 3) DN 15.8 2 m/150 grit.13 37.6 22.60 25.13 37. 94: Dimensions Promass I: ISO 2853 connections (couplings) Coupling ISO 2853 / 3-A version 1): titanium grade 2 DN 8 2) A 350 350 350 377 377 406 406 B 291 291 291 305 305 320 320 C 59 59 59 72 72 86 86 G 37.55 11.6 35.6 di 8.65 64.65 50.6 48.

10 Technical data PROline Promass 83 Dimensions Promass I: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling) Fig.5 48.5 22.60 25.38 17.62 3-A version (Ra @ 0.5 di 8. 95: Dimensions Promass I: SMS 1145 connections (hygienic coupling) Hygienic coupling SMS 1145 / 3-A version 1): titanium grade 2 DN 8 15 25 25 2) 40 40 2) 50 1) A 350 350 350 377 377 406 406 B 291 291 291 305 305 320 320 C 59 59 59 72 72 86 86 G Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 40 x 1/6" Rd 60 x 1/6" Rd 60 x 1/6" Rd 70 x 1/6" L 427 463 603 736 738 857 858 U 22.55 11.62 35.5 22.5 35. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I 174 Endress+Hauser F06-83Ixxxxx-06-00-xx-xx-002 .5 22.8 2 m/150 grit) 2) DN 15.60 35.5 35.07 25. 25.

65 90.35 117.65 90. 25.35 103.75 G 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT 1/2" NPT DN 15.65 90.65 90.PROline Promass 83 10 Technical data Dimensions Promass I: Purge connections / secondary containment monitoring Fig. 40 “FB” = Full bore versions of Promass I 2) DN 8 with DN 15 flanges as standard Endress+Hauser 175 F06-8xxxxxxx-06-05-xx-xx-004 . 96: Dimensions Promass I: purge connections / secondary containment monitoring DN 8 2) 15 15 1) 25 25 1) 40 40 1) 50 1) L 61 79 79 148 148 196 196 244 H 90.65 103.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Density functions see Concentration measurement Design see Dimensions Designated use . . 78 Exterior cleaning . . . 58 Using the display as a batch controller . . . . . . . 31 Readings displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Ex certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Configuring current input/output (active/passive) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . advanced (optional software) . . . . . . . . 10 CE mark (declaration of conformity) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Density adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . terminal assignment . . . . . . . 8 Degree of protection . 37 Process errors (application errors) . . . . . . . . 109 Applications . . . . . 80 Auxiliary input see Status input Declaration of contamination (form for repairs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Electronics boards (replacing. . 68 Configuring relay contact (NC/NO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Using the display as a batch controller . . . . . . H. . . . . . . . . . . . A. . . . . . . . 30 Remote version . . . . additional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Promass F / process connections . 34 Boards see Spare parts C Cable entries Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 “Commissioning” Quick Setup . . . . 38 Concentration measurement . . . . 89 System errors (device errors) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Dimensions Promass A / process connections . . . . . . . . . . 73 Ambient temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Technical data . . 34 Documentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Declaration of conformity (CE mark) . . M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Error types (system and process errors) . . 75 Electrical connection . . . . T-DAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 “Gas Measurement” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . 23 Transmitter. 97 Environment conditions . 78. . . . . . . . . 103 E Electrical connection Cable specifications (remote version) . . . . . . 125 Promass H / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Remote version (Promass F. . . . . 24 Calibration factor (default) . . . . . . 62 “Pulsating Flow” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Cable specifications (remote version) . . . 75 Connection see Electrical connection Current output Configuration active/passive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Error response (inputs/outputs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Configuring the current output (active/passive) . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Device designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 CIP cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Applicator (selection and configuration software) . . 79 Accuracy see Performance characteristics Advanced Diagnostics (optional software) . . . . . 73 Concentration measurement functions . . I) . . . . . . . . 109 Error limits see Performance characteristics Error messages Display mode . . . . . . . . . 65 Zero point adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Display Display and operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Device functions see “Description of Device Functions” Manual Diagnosis functions. . . 166 Promass M / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Remote version for heating . 109 Density adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PROline Promass 83 Index Index A Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Commissioning “Batching” Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installing) Field housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Remote version (Promass E) . . . 122 B Batching Quick Setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . F-CHIP) . . . . . . . . . 29 HART handheld communicator . 109 Cleaning CIP cleaning . . . . 78 Code entry (function matrix) . 10 Endress+Hauser 177 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Turning the display . . . . 29. . . . . . . . . . 121 D Data storage (S-DAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Promass I / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Stainless steel field housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 SIP cleaning . 24 Commubox FXA 191 . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Commubox FXA 191 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Promass E / process connections . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 European Pressure Equipment Directive . . . . 55 Advanced diagnostic functions . . . . . . . 28 Post connection check (checklist) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fitting lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Measuring range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Exterior cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Post-installation check (checklist) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . error messages . 9 Ordering information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Printed circuit boards . . . . . . 76 NO (relay contact) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 NC (relay contact) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Fitting length see Dimensions Fluid pressure range . . . . . 103 I Incoming acceptance . insulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Command numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Inlet and outlet runs . . . . . . . . 31 O Operable flow range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Frequency output Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . etc. . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Input signal . . . . . . . . . . 105 Reference operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Inlet runs . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Maximum measured error . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Hazardous substances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Output signal . 103 Function check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Vibrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Vertical pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Nominal pressure see Limiting medium pressure range H HART Command groups . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Operating possibilities . 103 F F-CHIP (Function-Chip) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Index PROline Promass 83 Exchange Device fuse . . . function blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . response to errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Fuse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 HART handheld communicator . . . . . . 41 Device status. . . . . . . . . . . 14 Fluid temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Technical data . . . . 101 Measuring accuracy see Performance characteristics Measuring principle . . . . . 103 Local display see Display Low flow cutoff . . 62 N Nameplate Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Function descriptions see “Description of Device Functions” manual Function matrix . . . . . . . 102 Input variables . . . . . . . horizontal) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Transmitter . . . . . 28 Handheld communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Electrical connection . . . . 31 FieldtooI (configuration and service software) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Output variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Measuring system . . . . .) . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Function matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Heating (general notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Insulation for sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . function groups . 80 FieldTool (configuration and service software) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Mounting the sensor see Installation conditions Mounting the wall-mount housing (remote version) 20 G Galvanic isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 P Performance characteristics Influence of fluid pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Outlet runs . . . . . . 16 System pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Installation conditions Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Functions. . . 39 Operational safety . . . . 105 Repeatability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 M Maintenance . 118 Measured variables . . . 101 Inputs/outputs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Operation Display and operating elements . . . . 77 FieldCheck (tester and simulator) . . . . . Seals (for Promass A and M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Fluid temperature ranges . . . . . 110 Load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Sensor . . . . . . . . . 104 178 Endress+Hauser . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Ordering code Accessories . . . . 103 Gas measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . replacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Switching write protection on and off . . . . . . . 108 Influence of fluid temperature . . heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L 99 95 78 78 Limiting flow see Measuring range Limiting medium pressure range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Material load curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 HOME position (operating mode) . . . . . . . . 14 Orientation (vertical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Installing the wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Sensor installation see Installation conditions Endress+Hauser W Wall-mount housing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . system pressure . . . pressure loss diagrams) . . . 109 Software Amplifier display . . . . . . . . . . 11 Relay output Configuring relay contact (NC. . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Power supply failure . . . . . . . . 82 System pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . pressure monitoring connections . . . . 19 Turning the field housing (stainless steel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Serial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 U User interface see Display V Vertical pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Process errors without messages . . . . . . 77 Pressure range see Limiting medium pressure range Printed circuit boards (removing/installing) Field housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Shock resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Pressure monitoring connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 System error messages (display) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pulsating flow . . . . . . 58 54 62 56 R Registered trademarks . . . . 20 Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Vibrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Pressure loss (formulas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Trouble-shooting and remedy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Repeatability (measuring accuracy) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Safety of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Pressure range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pulsating flows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Process errors Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Technical data . . . 55 Purge connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Wiring see Electrical connection Z Zero point adjustment . 91 Programming mode Disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Safety regulation form see Declaration of contamination Sanitary compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Process error messages (display) . . 121 Status input Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . 121 S-DAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Fluid temperature . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78. . . . . . . . 100 Spare parts . . . . . . 27 Technical data . 7 Supply voltage (power supply) . . . . . . . 20 Turning the field housing (aluminum) . . . . 95 Wall-mount housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PROline Promass 83 Index Power supply (voltage supply) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Q Quick Setup Batching . 15 Vibration resistance . 109 Signal on alarm . . . . . . . 15 T T-DAT (Transmitter-DAT) . . . . . . . . 109 Transmitter Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Pump types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Pulsating flow . . . . . . . . . 104 Switching output see Relay output System error Definition . . . . . . . . 107 Returning devices . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Pulse output see Frequency output Pumps Mounting location. . . . . . 94 Standards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gas Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . guidelines . 19 Transporting the sensor . . . . . . . . 109 Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Storage temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Electrical connection . 101 Temperature ranges Ambient temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Versions (history) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 18 S Safety icons . . . . . . . . . . 103 SIP cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Process connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 179 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Pressure device approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Technical data . . . . . . . installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Supplementary Ex documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Seals Fluid temperature ranges . . . . . . . 78 Secondary containment Gas purging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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