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Foundation Field Bus Installation Operation, Mainternance

Foundation Field Bus Installation Operation, Mainternance

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      G       E      N      E      R      A     L
FOUNDATION SERIES 302OF FIELD DEVICES
TM
GERAL
INSTALLATION, OPERATIONANDMAINTENANCE MANUAL
VERSÃO 3MAI / 99
FOUNDATION
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FIRSTINFIELDBUS
smar
FY302FP302IF302 FI302LD302TT302
 
G E R A L - F F ME
 
web: www.smar.com
 
smar 
Specifications and information are subject to change without notice.For the latest updates, please visit the SMAR website above.
 
BRAZILSmar Equipamentos Ind. Ltda.
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Index 
 
III
 
Table of Contents 
 
INDEX OF FIGURES...................................................................................................IV
 
INDEX OF TABLES....................................................................................................IV
 
INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................V
 
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................1.1
 
NETWORK WIRING.............................................................................................................................1.1
 
PHYSICAL SIGNALING........................................................................................................................1.2
 
TOPOLOGIES......................................................................................................................................1.2
 
BUS TOPOLOGY.................................................................................................................................1.2
 
TREE TOPOLOGY...............................................................................................................................1.2
 
DAISY CHAIN TOPOLOGY..................................................................................................................1.5
 
POINT-TO-POINT TOPOLOGY............................................................................................................1.6
 
FIELDBUS NETWORK COMPONENTS..............................................................................................1.6
 
POWER SUPPLY.................................................................................................................................1.6
 
DEVICE QUANTITY.............................................................................................................................1.7
 
TERMINAL BLOCKS............................................................................................................................1.7
 
TERMINATOR......................................................................................................................................1.7
 
TERMINATOR PLACEMENT...............................................................................................................1.8
 
PSI302 POWER SUPPLY IMPEDANCE..............................................................................................1.8
 
REDUNDANT POWER.........................................................................................................................1.9
 
BT302 TERMINATOR...........................................................................................................................1.9
 
PS302 POWER SUPPLY.....................................................................................................................1.9
 
CABLING..............................................................................................................................................1.9
 
CABLE OPTIONS...............................................................................................................................1.10
 
TOTAL CABLE LENGHT....................................................................................................................1.10
 
SPUR LENGHT..................................................................................................................................1.13
 
RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM SPUR LENGHT .................................................................................1.13
 
INTERFACE AND BRIDGE................................................................................................................1.14
 
BRIDGE CONNECTION.....................................................................................................................1.14
 
INTRINSIC SAFETY CONNECTION..................................................................................................1.15
 
INTRINSIC SAFETY...........................................................................................................................1.15
 
ATTACHING DEVICES TO THE FIELDBUS......................................................................................1.19
 
WIRING DOS AND DON’TS...............................................................................................................1.29
 
INTRINSIC SAFETY GALVANIC ISOLATOR.....................................................................................1.20
 
COMPUTER INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................1.21
 
INTERFACE CONNECTION..............................................................................................................1.21
 
INTERFACE ADDRESING.................................................................................................................1.22
 
INTERFACE CONFIGURATION.........................................................................................................1.22
 
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................................1.23
 
OPERATION.............................................................................................................2.1
 
THE LCD DISPLAY.............................................................................................................................2.1
 
NORMAL DISPLAY OPERATION........................................................................................................2.2
 
CONFIGURATION....................................................................................................3.1
 
FUNCTION BLOCKS............................................................................................................................3.1
 
DISPLAY TRANSDUCER BLOCK........................................................................................................3.1
 
LOCAL PROGRAMMING TREE...........................................................................................................3.3
 
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION USING SYSCON...................................................................................3.3
 
PROGRAMMING USING LOCAL ADJUSTMENT ...............................................................................3.5
 
LOCAL ADJUSTMENT METHODOLOGY............................................................................................3.5
 
TRANSDUCER BLOCK........................................................................................................................3.7
 
HOW CONFIGURE A TRANDUCER BLOCK.......................................................................................3.7
 
CHANNEL.............................................................................................................................................3.8
 
CALIBRATION......................................................................................................................................3.8
 

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