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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
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