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  • GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
  • 1. Safety instructions for installation in hazardous area
  • STORAGE AND PRE-INSTALLATION
  • 1. Tests to be carried out when the actuator is received
  • 2. Storage procedure
  • 3. Checks to be performed before installation
  • INSTALLATION
  • 1. Working condition
  • 2. Coupling block: disassembly from the actuator
  • 3. Manual operation
  • 4. Mounting the actuator onto the valve
  • 5. Electrical connections
  • 6. Removing the electrical enclosures’ covers
  • 7. Cable entries
  • 8. Terminal board
  • 9. Instructions for the explosionproof enclosures
  • 10. Installation in environment with explosive dusts
  • LUBRICATION
  • 1. Lubrication inspection
  • OPERATING THE ICON2000
  • 1. Operation by handwheel
  • 2. Electrical operation
  • 3. Local control
  • 4. Local indication
  • 5. Lock of the 3-position selector
  • 6. Remote control
  • 7. Operating the ICON2000 for the first time
  • 8. Optional modules
  • LOCAL CONTROLS
  • 1. Description of the local operator interface
  • 2. Configuration options
  • 3. Entering the view mode
  • 4. Entering the set-up mode
  • 5. Exit from view and set-up mode
  • SET-UP MENU
  • VIEW MENU
  • SET-UP ROUTINES
  • 1. Actuator set-up
  • 2. Valve data
  • 3. Maintenance
  • 4. Example of set-up routine
  • VIEW ROUTINES
  • 2. Name plate
  • 3. Valve data
  • 4. Maintenance
  • 5. Example of view routine

ICON2000

2000

MAN 618

INSTRUCTION HANDBOOK MAN 618

ICON2000
!@#$ flow control

Electric actuator

Section 618/1
General instructions for installation
page 5

Section 618/2
Operation and configuration
page 27

Section 618/3
Maintenance and trouble-shooting
page 73

Section 618/4
Spare parts and drawings
page 87

NOTES: BIFFI Italia has taken every care in collecting and verifying the documentation contained in this instruction and operating manual. Nevertheless Biffi Italia does not provide any guarantees for this instruction manual. BIFFI Italia will not be responsible for any mistakes contained in it or for any damage either accidental or due to the use of this manual. The information herein contained is reserved property of BIFFI Italia and is subject to being modified without notice.

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23 CHAPTER “D” LUBRICATION............ Working condition.13 3. Electrical connections...................8 CHAPTER “B” STORAGE AND PRE-INSTALLATION.......................... Storage procedure...18 5....................................................................................................................................................... A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.......................................................................20 7............... Tests to be carried out when the actuator is received.....7 2............ All rights reserved.....................................................................9 2.........25 Contents may change without notice................................................7 1. COMPANY Section 618/1 5 Section 618/1 ...................................................... Safety instructions for installation in hazardous area.8 3............... Cable entries................................................................................................... Manual operation...................“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual !@#$ flow control Section 618/1 General instructions for installation INDEX CHAPTER “A” GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.......17 4.............................................................................................. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.....................................................13 1...... Removing the electrical enclosures’ covers.................................................................................. Installation in environment with explosive dusts. Terminal board. Mounting the actuator onto the valve...............................................................25 1........................ Applicable standards and regulations...................23 10.................21 8..9 3.........................................................................................................22 9.. Instructions for the explosion-proof enclosures...................................................................................................... Lubrication inspection........................................... Terms and conditions...................................11 CHAPTER “C” INSTALLATION.........................9 1.........13 2.......................................20 6................................................. Coupling block: disassembly from the actuator......... Checks to be performed before installation.........................................................................................................................................................................

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clothing. 618/1 page 2) • the plant specific regulations and requirements (see Sect. They are suitable for use in hazardous area classified against the risk of explosion due to the presence of gas and dust. A 1. Standard reference ISO 11202 (1st ed.1 MARKING XX ATEX ZZZZ 0080 II 2 G D IP 68 Contents may change without notice. mists or vapors = explosive atmospheres caused by dusts = degree of protection Section 618/1 chapt. . = ATEX REFERENCE CERTIFICATE = notified body for ATEX quality assurance (INERIS) = group II (surface) = category 2 apparatus = explosive atmospheres caused by gas. designed for use in heavy industrial. setting. petrochemical plants.. lifting and transport equipment. Actuators have IP 68 degree of protection according to EN 60529. 1995-12-15). Electric actuators ICON2000 have been designed and manufactured according to EN 50014 / 50018 / 50281-1-1 standards. 1. COMPANY 7 Section 618/1 It is assumed that the installation. Maintenance and repair works must be carried out by qualified personnel and checked by responsible Specialists. maintenance and repair works are carried out by qualified personnel and checked by responsible Specialists. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. it is mandatory to check if the nameplate of the electric actuator specifies the appropriate degree of protection.618/1 page 2) • the proper use of personal protective devices (glasses. All rights reserved. as defined by the local Rules. chemical. type of protection EEx d IIB TXX??. Warning: CHAPTER The electric actuators are designed in accordance with the applicable International Rules and Specifications but the following Regulations must be observed in any case: • the general installation and safety regulations (see Sect. The noise emitted by the electric actuator in normal working conditions is less than 66 dB (A) with peak value 115 dB (C). Safety instructions for installation in hazardous area Warning: In case the electric actuator must be installed in an HAZARDOUS AREA. A © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. gloves) • the proper use of tools. commissioning.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This Instruction Manual applies to ICON2000 electric actuators.

EEC 98/37: Machinery directive. Part 1-Basic terminology. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. Repair work due to improper use will be charged at standard rates.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Hazardous zone Gas. A Contents may change without notice. corrosion. All rights reserved. Internal gears Handwheel Internal sensor Terminal box Engagement lever Electric motor Local interface 8 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. methodology. mists or vapours Gas. The warranty period is one year from the date of installation by the first user. . whichever occurs first.Basic concepts. mists or vapours Dust Dust Dust Zone 0 Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22 Categories according to 94/9/CE Directive 1G 2G 3G 1D 2D 3D 2. Applicable standards and regulations EN 292/1: Safety of machinery . or for goods which have been subject to misuse.General requirements. No warranty is given for products or components (such as electric or pneumatic mechanisms) manufactured by third-party companies. improper installation. mists or vapours Gas. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. En 60204/1: Electrical equipment of industrial machines. Part 1. Part 2Technical principles and specification. EEC 89/336: EMC Directive ATEX 94/9 EEC Directive Section 618/1 3.Basic concepts. general principles for design. or eighteen months from the date of shipment to the first user. EN 292/2: Safety of machinery . EEC 73/23: Low voltage directive. general principles for design. or which have been modified or repaired by unauthorised personnel. Terms and conditions Biffi guarantees each single product to be free from defects and to conform to current goods specifications.

). all operations should have already been performed during valve/actuator assembly.618/2 chapt. L). all operations described in this manual must be carried out.check that the display reads 100% indicating that the valve is completely open. If the actuator is delivered separately from the valve. proper procedures must be taken for preservation during the storage period. Tests to be carried out when the actuator is received If the actuator is received already mounted on the valve. the display area glass and the selector. . All rights reserved. motor supply voltage. and verify the corresponding data on the display (see sect.Turn the handwheel until the valve is in a completely open position. they just prevent the entry of undesired objects during transport. In order to maintain these characteristics until the actuator is installed on site. 2. as described in the delivery documentation. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Storage procedure Important: Not performing the following procedures will invalidate the product guarantee. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. B 9 Section 618/1 .Check the information on the nameplate: serial number and performance data (nominal torque.Check that the display is active. .rotate the handwheel clockwise and bring the valve to a completely closed position. . A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. . Make sure all accessories have been received with the shipment. protection class. This condition can only be maintained if the units are correctly installed/connected on site and if they have been correctly stored.check that the display reads 0% indicating that the valve is completely closed.Check that no damage has occurred during transport. CHAPTER B 2.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual STORAGE AND PRE-INSTALLATION 1. . or the above procedure shows that the position is incorrect. If the test result is satisfactory. Contents may change without notice. BIFFI actuators are weatherproof to IP 68. etc. operation speed. especially to the push-buttons. as guaranteed by an individual test certificate. the actuator has already been adjusted and you can proceed with the electrical connection. .1 GENERAL The actuator leaves the factory in perfect condition. The standard plastic plugs used to close the cable entries are not weatherproof. .

3.1 INDOOR STORAGE: In addition to the instructions at point 2.2): . remove it and store in dry and clean place (see Sect.In case the actuator is provided with an alkaline battery.2.if the actuators are supplied with standard plastic plugs. M par. paying particular attention to the terminal board. 618/3 chapt.make sure that the actuators are kept in a dry place.2 OUTDOOR STORAGE: In addition to point 2.2. M par. laid on a wooden pallet and protected from dust. remove it and store in dry and clean place (see Sect.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 2.1 INDOOR STORAGE: . .check the general conditions of the actuator. All rights reserved. .make sure that the actuators are protected from the direct action of weather agents (protection by a canvas tarp or similar cover).In case the actuator is provided with an alkaline battery. 2. 618/3 chapt. . 3) 2.3.1): .2. so that they are not in direct contact with the ground. replace them with weatherproof plugs. 3) 10 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Section 618/1 2.if the actuators are supplied with standard plastic plugs. remove them from the cable entries and replace them with weatherproof plugs.2 OUTDOOR STORAGE: . .2 STORAGE FOR A BRIEF PERIOD (less than one year): 2. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. or some other raised platform.2.place the actuators on a wooden pallet. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. .3 LONG PERIOD STORAGE (more than one year): 2. B Contents may change without notice. fuse enclosure and local display glass.

check the status of the O-ring seals. Contents may change without notice.3).Make sure the valve to be motorised is the appropriate one for coupling to the actuator . All rights reserved. .Gather the right tools for the assembly and for setting the actuator controls. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. . .check the oil level in the actuator and top up if necessary. before reinstalling the actuator.check whether the enclosure covers or the actuator body are cracked or broken. Checks to be performed before installation . B 11 Section 618/1 .618/3 chapt. . M par. . COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. please: .The electrical supply cables must be suitable for the power rating (see the test certificate that comes with the actuator). A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.put the batteries back into place (see Sect. If a long storage period has occurred.check the installation of the plugs or cable glands on the cable entries.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 3.

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INSTALLATION
1. Working condition
The standard actuators are suitable for the following environment temperatures: -30°C +85°C (-22°F to +185°F) Special versions are available for extreme environment temperatures: -40°C +70°C (-40°F to +158°F) -55°C +70°C (-67°F to +158°F)

Important:

Check the "temperature environment range" embossed on the nameplate, for the correct utilisation with respect to the environment temperature.

CHAPTER

C

2. Coupling block: disassembly from the actuator
The bushing is delivered already assembled to the drive sleeve, even when it is unmachined. In order to perform the necessary machining, remove the bushing from its housing. Remove the fixing screws from the coupling block. Actuator view from the coupling side, with the block separated from the gearbox. Do not lose the seal ring between the coupling block and the gear reduction unit.

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2.1 TYPE “A” COUPLING BLOCK
2.1.1 PREPARING THE BUSHING

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With a compass key, unscrew the lower ring nut. Extract the stem nut from the block housing.

The internal thrust bearing will remain at the bottom of the block housing.

Now the bore can be machined in the stem nut to suit coupling requirements. The same procedure is also used for possible maintenance.

Important:

Before re-mounting the stem nut, make sure the coupling tolerances to the valve stem are correct. The threaded stem nut must be checked either with a thread gauge or with the stem of the valve to be motorised by screwing it all along the valve stem without excessive friction.

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All rights reserved. 618/1 chapt. fix the unit to the gear reducer as described further on. spread a film of grease on all parts (for grease type. making sure the stem nut still rotates freely.2. unscrew the lower ring nut. make sure there are no metal filings or foreign bodies.1. Contents may change without notice. RE-ASSEMBLING THE INTERNAL PARTS It is advisable to wash the dismantled parts with a suitable solvent. Proceed with the assembly of the internal parts following the reverse order of the disassembly. 2. 2. dry them with compressed air. D). dry them with compressed air. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. The internal thrust washer will remain at the bottom of the block housing.2. 618/1 chapt. D).2. C 15 Section 618/1 2. see Sect. spread a film of grease on all parts (for grease type. Now the bore can be machined in the bushing to suit coupling requirements.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 2. tighten the lower ring nut with thread sealant LOCTITE 270 or equivalent. making sure the bushing still rotates freely.1 PREPARING THE BUSHING With a compass key.2 TYPE “B1” AND “B2” COUPLING BLOCKS . fix the unit to the gear reducer as described further on.2 RE-ASSEMBLING THE INTERNAL PARTS It is advisable to wash the dismantled parts with a suitable solvent. Proceed with the assembly of the internal parts following the reverse order of the disassembly. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. make sure that there are no metal filings or foreign bodies. Extract the bushing from the block housing. tighten the lower ring nut with thread sealant LOCTITE 270 or equivalent. The same procedure is also used for possible maintenance. see Sect.

Fix the screws previously removed. C Contents may change without notice.3.4 FIXING THE COUPLING BLOCK TO THE GEAR REDUCTION UNIT Check the integrity of the O-ring seal and place it in its slot on the coupling block. 2.3. spread a film of grease on all parts (for grease type see Sect. Make sure the lugs of the drive sleeve fit in the correct slots on the bushing.3 TYPE “B3” AND “B4” COUPLING BLOCKS 2.2 RE-ASSEMBLING THE INTERNAL PARTS It is advisable to wash the dismantled parts with a suitable solvent. make sure there are no metal filings or foreign bodies.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 2. Remove the flange and the bush. Remove the carbon steel thrust ring. All rights reserved. . 618/1 Chap D). Extract the bushing and machine it according to the mating needs. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. Section 618/1 Remove the circlip by means of suitable pliers. Fix the unit to the gear reducer as described further on. 2.1 PREPARING THE BUSHING Remove the fixing screws of the coupling flange. dry them with compressed air. 16 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Proceed with the assembly of the internal parts following the reverse order of the disassembly.

Using cheater bars. pipe wrenches. wheel wrenches. Engagement lever locked in handwheel operation position: the operation with electric motor is mechanically disengaged. Warning: Do not manually operate the actuator with devices other than the handwheel and the declutch lever. Then let the lever automatically return to its rest position. or other such devices on the actuator handwheel or declutch lever may cause serious personal injury and/or damage to the actuator or valve Contents may change without notice. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 3. To engage manual operation. Manual operation Engagement lever locked in motor operation position: the manual operation cannot be engaged. Rotate the handwheel to obtain the desired operation (normally clockwise rotation to close the valve). depress (by 20°-30°) the lever in the direction shown on the photo. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. slowly rotate the handwheel and repeat the operation. If no engagement is obtained. C 17 Section 618/1 . All rights reserved. and this excludes unwanted local operations. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.

weight 32 Kg 38 Kg 46 Kg 56 Kg 73 Kg Section 618/1 Warning: Never lift the valve/actuator assembly without securing slings to both the valve and the actuator. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. YES NO Warning: Never use the handwheel to lift the actuator. 18 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. the end of the stem cover tube should be drilled Ø5 mm to avoid build up of service fluid or rainwater. Size 010 020 030 040 050 Max. . C Contents may change without notice. Thoroughly clean the coupling surfaces of the valve and actuator flanges. degreasing them carefully since torque is transmitted by friction. Lift the actuator with slings suitable for its weight. All rights reserved. Mounting the actuator onto the valve Lubricate the valve stem.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 4. The actuator will operate satisfactorily in any position. When mounted upside down. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt.

ISO class 8. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. paying particular attention to the protrusions of the valve stem in order to avoid any axial thrusts to the internal parts of the actuator or the valve when the screws are tightened.8 for studs bolts and nuts or • ASTM A 320 Grade L7 (or L7M) for studs bolts • ASTM A 194 Grade 4 for nuts Model 010 020 030 040 050 Tightening torque 40 Nm 150 Nm 150 Nm 300 Nm 150 Nm Contents may change without notice. 4. Place the actuator vertically on the valve stem. C 19 Section 618/1 . screw the threaded bushing of the coupling block on the valve stem. 4. Engage the manual operation. engage the manual operation. rotating (normally counter-clockwise) until the coupling block and flange surfaces of the valve are securely in contact. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. For safety purposes.”B3” AND “B4” Check the dimensions of the valve mounting details. Carry out the coupling operations (if necessary with the help of manual operation). COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt.2 COUPLINGS TYPE “B1”.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 4. “B2”.3 ACTUATOR FIXING Important: In case the actuator is supplied without stud bolts and nuts the following materials must be used as a minimum: . All rights reserved. make sure no mating parts are forced. rotate the handwheel in the opening direction for about two turns in order to lift the valve gate from its seat to avoid (during bolt fixing) excessive axial thrusts on the internal parts of the valve and of the actuator.1 COUPLING TYPE “A” Place the actuator vertically on the stem.

1 PLANTS REQUIREMENTS Protection devices (overcurrent breakers. magneto-thermal switches or fuses) should be provided on the plant at Customer care. the above accessories must carry the CE certification conforming with 94/9/CE Directive. a SS AISI 316 must be used with minimum yield strength of 450Nm 2 20 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Removing the electrical enclosures’ covers 6. Biffi will not accept any responsibility for any damage or deterioration that may be caused. loosen the four screws and remove the cover. 6. Section 618/1 Important: All the accessories (in particular cable glands) must be certified. The removal of any other covers without Biffi's approval will invalidate the warranty. Important: In case the screws of the cover must be replaced. Warning: Do not damage the mating surface of the cover. Access to terminals for electrical connections and commissioning is through the terminal cover. 5. All rights reserved. Electrical connections Before powering to the actuator check that the supply voltage details on the nameplate are correct for the plant. to protect the mains line in case of motor overcurrent or loss of insulation between phases and earth. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. As of 30 June 2003. since all settings are non-intrusive. C Contents may change without notice.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 5. . COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt.1 TERMINAL BOARD ENCLOSURE Using a 8mm Allen key.

and cable glands. screw the cable glands tightly (at least 5 turns) and block them with a thread sealant. Remove the cable entry plugs. To guarantee weatherproof and explosionproof fit. If some parts of the cable glands have been removed while working on the cable entries put them back into place now to avoid losing the dismantled parts. Cable entries The sealing of cables and conduit entries should be carried out in accordance with National Standards or the Regulatory Authorities that have certified the actuators. This is particularly true for units that are certified for use in hazardous areas where the method of sealing must be to an approved standard. Contents may change without notice. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. • if rigid conduits are used. we suggest placing a flexible pipe connection between the conduit and the terminal board. make sure the cable glands have the minimum protection degree required by the plant. reducers. • for weatherproof construction: replace the plastic standard protection plugs supplied with the actuator with metal plugs. plugs and adapters must be approved and separately certified. C 21 Section 618/1 (cable entries 2x1”+1x11/2”+ (optional) 1x3/4”) (cable entries 2x1”+1x11/2”) (cable entries 2xM32+1xM40) (cable entries 2xPg21+1xPg29) . All rights reserved. The use of a thread sealant is necessary in case of explosionproof application.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 7. Certified cable entries: • standard Rc ISO7/1 • standard ASA/NPT • metric BS 3643 • Pg DIN 40430 Important: • to prevent any water infiltration through the line cable conduits. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. Unused entries: • for explosionproof construction: unused entries must be plugged with metal explosionproof plugs and blocked with a thread sealant.

COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. One internal and one external ground studs are provided. using the enclosed screws. This operation will ensure easy and correct electrical connection. C Contents may change without notice.the applicable plant and safety norms. The internal cables of the actuator are also numbered according to the wiring diagram. Connect the motor supply cable previously sized in accordance with: . All rights reserved. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.the absorbed current correspondent to the actuator nominal torque with the torque limiting device set at 100 percent (see the test certificate attached to the actuator) . located in the terminal board compartment. 22 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Check the wiring diagram (always enclosed with the actuator) and the layout displayed on the back of the terminals enclosure cover. Actuators are always delivered with the motors wound and connected in accordance to customer requests. . Terminal board Important: The removal of any other covers without Biffi's approval will invalidate the warranty. Assemble the power terminals protective barrier. All terminations should be made by insulated ring or spade connectors using the appropriate crimping tool.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 8. Biffi will not accept any responsibility for any damage or deterioration that may occur as a result of cover removal. The control circuit (controls and signals) must be connected by means of a multicore cable to the corresponding numbered terminals according to the wiring diagram. to ensure a correct electrical connection. Section 618/1 Ground studs Terminate the ground connections to the ground stud marked . Voltage and frequency values are stated on the motor name-plate.

or molybdenum-based grease. COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt. • Check that the bolts and screws are the same dimension and quality as the original ones (as stated on the nameplate). In particular. • Replace the weatherproof seals that may have been removed (O-ring for the covers. 618/1 chapt. cable glands. Please make sure that: • the joint surfaces are greased with silicon oil or equivalent before assembly • the cable glands have minimum protection degree IP6X (EN 60529) • periodically verify the quantity of dust deposited on the enclosure and clean it if more than 5mm. EN 60079-14 (electrical installation). All rights reserved. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Contents may change without notice. and/or other national standards).“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 9. During the dismantling and subsequent reassembling of the explosionproof enclosures (covers. example: EN 50281-1-2 (dust) and/or other national standards). Installation in environment with explosive dusts Important: Electric actuator ICON2000 shall be installed and maintained according to the applicable rules regarding the electrical installations in hazardous area (other than mines) classified as zone 21 (dust). and block them with a thread sealant after spreading them with a film of copper. Operating the unit with the electrical enclosures removed could cause personal injury. C 23 Section 618/1 . Warning: Do not operate the actuator electrically when the electrical enclosures are removed. 10. example: EN 60079-10 (hazardous area classification). D). joints) be careful to bring these enclosures back to their original condition to maintain their integrity. be sure the joint surfaces of all enclosures are spread with a film of recommended grease (see Sect. This will keep screws from sticking and make maintenance operations easier. So please: • Do not damage the explosionproof mating surfaces on the housing and on the electrical enclosures covers. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. O-ring for the explosionproof joint of the motor). or of a better quality. Instructions for the explosionproof enclosures Important: Electric actuator ICON2000 shall be installed and maintained according to the applicable rules regarding the electrical installations in hazardous area (other than mines) classified as zone 1 (gas). • Reinstall all the screws that go with the dismantled parts. EN 60079-17 (maintenance).

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3 A spherical head lubricator (part 3) is fitted on the coupling block for the proper greasing of the inside thrust or sliding bearings. so that any assembly on the valve has at least one oil plug on the upper part of the housing and one on the lower part.1 4.0 6. The actuator is supplied with oil and greased where necessary. However it is recommended to check the oil level every 3-5 years using holes 1 or 2 depending on mounting position. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Lubrication inspection The actuator is lubricated for life.7 1.8 3. All rights reserved. ACTUATOR SIZE 010 020 030 040 050 OIL QUANTITY (l) 0. 2). COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual LUBRICATION 1.5 Contents may change without notice. D 25 Section 618/1 . © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. 1 2 CHAPTER D The actuator is fitted with oil plugs (parts 1. therefore under normal working conditions it is not necessary to replace or refill the oil.

GLYGOYLE HE 320 • KLUBER LUBRICATION .WINTER PLUS In case of maintenance the following greases are recommended: Ambient Temperature from -30°C to +85°C • ISO viscosity grade X1 (EP1) Other equivalent: • ESSO BEACON EP1 • AGIP GR MU/EP1 Ambient Temperature from -55°C to +65°C • FUCHS FN20 Other equivalent: • TEXACO low temperature grease EP • AGIP FN20/00 26 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. . COMPANY Section 618/1 chapt.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual In case of maintenance the following oils are recommended: Ambient Temperature from -30°C to +85°C • SHEEL . All rights reserved.MADRELA OIL 46 Other equivalent: • SYNECO . D Contents may change without notice.KLUBERSYNTH EG4-320 Ambient Temperature from -55°C to +65°C • SHELL . A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.TIVELA OIL SC320 Other equivalent: • EXXON TERESSTIC SHP320 Section 618/1 • MOBIL OIL .

............................................................ ...... ....................29 1......40 CHAPTER “G” SET-UP MENU......... .........29 3......... ...... .......... ............................ ........... ...... ........ ... Optional modules.............. ..............69 2.. .......... ......................... ............ ..................... ..... ... M a i n t e n a n c e ......... ......... ................ Lock of the 3-position selector..29 2..............................53 1.... ....................... .. ........... ......... ...38 3... ... Exit from view and set-up modes. ................ ........................... ............................... . .... .................................... .............. ............. ...............................64 3............. ........................... . Valve data............. Configuration options.............. ....... ........................... Description of the local operator interface. Actuator set-up... Local indication.................. ........................................44 CHAPTER “H” VIEW MENU....................... Entering the set-up mode.. 7 0 5....... .. ........ ................ ............35 2................ Example of set-up routine..34 CHAPTER “F” LOCAL CONTROLS. ...................... ..................... ..........67 CHAPTER “L” VIEW ROUTINES........ ........ ........ Electrical operation.....31 6. .......72 Contents may change without notice...... © Copyright by BIFFI Italia...... ...... .......... . .................. ............ ...........70 4....69 1...34 8. . .... ....... .. .............. . Valve data.. .........35 1............. ........30 4....................... . .............. ......................................... ..... ........... ...... . .... ................... ..39 4....... Example of view routine. .. ................ ....... .. ............ ......“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual !@#$ flow control Section 618/2 Operation and configuration INDEX CHAPTER “E” OPERATING THE ICON2000................. ..... ...........................69 3... .. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD........................................ .................... ......... .......... ...................... ............30 5..... Actuator set-up..................... COMPANY Section 618/2 27 Section 618/2 .... .......... ...... ... ................. . ...... ................. ........................ Entering the view mode...... .......................... .. ... ... Remote control............48 CHAPTER “I” SET-UP ROUTINES.... ... ..................... .... Operating the ICON2000 for the first time.......... .. .... ........................ ............................ ........ ... ........ .......... ... ... .. ...................................... ..... ... ...... ...... ...... ................................. Operation by handwheel.. ... .. . ........ .. ..........40 5...... Name plate........................ ..................... ................ .... .......................................... ......... ... ....... Local control...................................... ......... M a i n t e n a n c e ..... ......... 6 4 4. ....................... .. ............. ........................ .........53 2....... ..31 7................................... ........ .. All rights reserved......

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OPERATING THE ICON2000
1. Operation by handwheel
To operate the actuator by handwheel, press the lever and at the same time rotate the handwheel until the clutch is engaged. Release the lever and move the valve by handwheel. The actuator will return to electrical operation only by energising the motor.

Warning:

Do not manually operate the actuator with devices other than the handwheel and the declutch lever. Using cheater bars, wheel wrenches, pipe wrenches, or other such devices on the actuator handwheel or declutch lever may cause serious personal injury and/or damage to the actuator or valve.

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2. Electrical operation
Before connecting power to the actuator check that the voltage is correct and according to the indications on the nameplate. Wrong power supply could cause a permanent damage to the electrical components. Check of phase rotation is not necessary since the unit is provided with automatic phase rotation correction. Place the 3-position selector in OFF and then switch on the power. Do not operate the actuator without first checking that the configuration is according to the required application. Using the "VIEW and SET-UP" features can do this (see Sect. 618/2 chapt. F par. 4).

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“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 3. Local control
After configuring the actuator, if no alarm is present, place the 3-position selector in LOCAL and control the actuator by OPEN, CLOSE and STOP push-buttons. If “push-to-run” was selected the actuator can be driven to the desired position by pressing and holding the OPEN/YES or CLOSE push-button. As the push-button is released, the motor is de-energised. If “latched” was selected, as the OPEN or CLOSE push-button is pressed the motor is energised, and it runs on after the control is released. To stop the motor, press the STOP push-button. To reverse the direction, press the STOP push-button and then press the push-button relevant to the opposite direction. In “latched with instant reverse” mode, the local controls work as in the “latched” mode, but to reverse the motor direction you only need to press the push-button relevant to the opposite direction.

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4. Local indication
The upper display (3-_ LCD) indicates the valve position as a percentage of opening (open = 100%). The lower display has two alphanumeric lines. The upper line indicates the actuator status and the 3-position selector status. The lower line indicates the actuator operation. Two LED’s indicate the actuator position / operation, while a third LED indicates alarms.

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COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. 4 WIRES (see the remote connections diagram shown below) In “4 wires latched” (OPEN. To stop the motor. Using the "VIEW and SET-UP" features may configure different control modes. Lock of the 3-position selector The 3-position selector can be locked in any of its three positions by means of a padlock. the motor is energised. with the OPEN or CLOSE signal switched to ON. press STOP. Remote control Place the 3-position selector in REMOTE to transfer the actuator control to a remote device. Only local STOP control remains active. 6. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Local OPEN or CLOSE operation will be inhibited. E 31 Section 618/2 . 4W) is available on the actuator terminal board to supply the remote controls or external devices. STOP. and it runs on after the signal returns to OFF. Contents may change without notice. CLOSE.1 REMOTE COMMANDS Using the "VIEW and SET-UP" features may configure different control modes. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 5. A non-regulated 24VDC voltage (variable from 23 to 27 Vdc. The remote controls are opto-coupled. COMMON) mode. press STOP and then press the button relevant to the opposite direction. All rights reserved. To reverse the direction. max. 6.

• Total current drawn from remote controls < 25mA 32 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. The circuits associated to the inputs can be supplied by the internally-generated 24VDC or by an external 20-125VDC or 20-120VAC (50/60Hz). In “latched with instant reverse” mode. the actuator can be driven in either "push-to-run” or “latched with instant reverse” mode. the motor is de-energised. the actuator reverses its direction and maintains the new direction also if the signal returns to OFF. All rights reserved. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. The signal levels are the following: • Minimum ON signal > 20 VDC or 20 VAC (50/60Hz) • Maximum ON signal < 125 VDC or 120 VAC (50/60Hz) • Maximum OFF signal < 3 VDC or VAC • Minimum signal duration > 300 ms. the actuator closes if the signal switches to ON and opens if the signal switches to OFF. signal ON to open". the actuator opens if the signal switches to ON and closes if the signal goes to OFF. COMMON). when the OPEN or CLOSE signal switches to ON. . and it runs on after the signal returns to OFF. If the signal relevant to the opposite direction goes ON. E Contents may change without notice. Section 618/2 2 WIRES (see the remote connections diagram shown below) With the "2 wires" option 2 different activities may be selected: In “2 wires. In “ push-to-run ” mode. signal ON to close".“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 3 WIRES (see the remote connections diagram shown below) With option "3 wires" (OPEN. CLOSE. the motor is energised. the actuator can be driven to the desired position by switching the OPEN or CLOSE signal to ON. In “2 wires. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. As the signal returns to OFF.

COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. min. Min. The signal levels are the following: • Minimum ON signal > 20 VDC or 20 VAC (50/60Hz) • Maximum ON signal < 125 VDC or 120 VAC (50/60Hz) • Maximum OFF signal < 3 VDC or VAC • Current drawn from ESD controls < 15mA Contents may change without notice.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 6.2 OUTPUT CONTACTS • Monitor relay: on the terminal board. The conditions that cause the relay to switch over are listed in paragraph “Output relays”. The status of the latching relays is immediately updated as the associated conditions for change occur. Moreover. • Contact rating: Max. voltage 250VAC/30VDC. The "VIEW and SET-UP" features can configure different ESD options. The status (make or break) and the conditions that cause the switching of the relay can be viewed and configured by using the “VIEW and SET-UP” features. • AS1. the ESD action continues until the relevant signal is present. The control is not self-maintained.3 ESD OPERATION An ESD (Emergency Shut Down) signal can be sent to the actuator to override any existing command and to drive the valve to a predetermined position. The monitor relay indicates that the actuator can be remotely controlled or that there is a problem or condition which prevents remote control of the valve. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. The circuits associated to the input can be supplied by the internally generated 24VDC or by an external 20-125VDC or 20-120VAC (50/60Hz).4 relays: on the terminal board. Warning: If customers wish the motor thermostat to be by-passed during ESD operation any certification for actuator enclosure in hazardous area would be invalidated. change-over contacts of the monitor relay are available.2. current 5A. that is. E 33 Section 618/2 . A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.3. the status of the above contacts is cyclically updated (every 500ms). All rights reserved. voltage 5VDC. the voltage-free. current 5mA 6. max. the voltage-free contacts of 4 latching relays are available. The ESD command is opto-coupled.

Set torque limits.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 7. 618/2 chapt. remove the alarm before proceeding (see Sect. Do not operate the actuator without first checking that the configuration is according to the required application (through the “VIEW and SET-UP” features (see Sect. bring the 3-position selector to LOCAL and drive the actuator to either open or closed position (see Sect. 3 & chapt. E par. 3). E par. When the strokes limits and the configurations are correct. . E Contents may change without notice. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. check that the actuator is correctly mounted on the valve. 1. 4 & chapt. F)). Optional modules Additional modules can be installed to provide the following functions: • fieldbus interface for remote control via FIELDBUS • 3 auxiliary relays (AS5. B par. If the display shows “ALARM OFF”. 618/2 chapt. Place the 3-position selector in OFF and switch the power on. B). position limits and close direction by means of the “stroke limits routine” of the “actuator set-up” menu (see Sect. 8. AS6.618/3 chapt. 618/2 chapt.2). B par.1 and 1. All rights reserved. Operating the ICON2000 for the first time Before attempting to operate the ICON2000 for the 1st time. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Check that the indication in the upper row of the alphanumeric display is “NORMAL OFF". AS7) • 4-20 mA position and torque retransmission • 4-20 mA position servoamplifier Refer to the specific instruction manuals for the setting of the above modules Section 618/2 34 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.

35 . Description of the local operator interface The following functions are available by the ICON2000 local operator interface: • actuator control • actuator configuration • actuator status visualisation The figures on the following pages describe the function of each component of the local operator interface CHAPTER Section 618/2 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. All rights reserved.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual LOCAL CONTROLS 1. F F Contents may change without notice.

jammed valve. and yellow with red). CLOSING. the 3position selector status (LOCAL. CLOSED. F Contents may change without notice. A reset routine is provided to clear the alarm / warning that are memorised (over-torque. REMOTE) and the actuator action (OPEN. status. Local controls: OPEN/YES. In OFF. but it may be changed (red with green.1 % Three LED’s to indicate the actuator status according to the following logic: • green ON/ red OFF: the actuator is stopped in open position • green OFF/ red ON: the actuator is stopped in closed position • green OFF/ red flashing: the actuator is running in closing direction • green flashing/ red OFF: the actuator is running in opening direction • green ON/ red ON: the actuator is stopped in intermediate position • yellow ON: alarm • yellow flashing: warning The above colour combination is supplied as standard.8 to 5. and alarms. When the fault condition disappears.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual LOCAL OPERATOR INTERFACE Numeric display to indicate the present valve position as a % of the opening Display resolution in function of the actuator stroke turns: • From 2.). the OPEN / YES and CLOSE / NO push-buttons allow to scroll down the menu. WARNING). CLOSE/NO. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. etc. the OPEN / YES. If the 3-position selector is in REMOTE or in OFF. All rights reserved. but the actuator control functions are still available. OPENING. during actuator setting operations open stop Section 618/2 close 3-position selector to set the following operation modes: • LOCAL: for local control only • OFF: no control is active but the actuator is still connected to the mains • REMOTE: for remote control only Alphanumeric display: during normal operation the alphanumeric display shows the present status (NORMAL. The STOP push-button resets any existing command and is active both in local and remote. If the 3-position selector is in LOCAL.5 to 13.2 % • From 27.5 turns = 1 % • From 5. to view and change the actuator configuration or to scroll the list of variables. pressing the YES push-button it is possible to scroll the list of variables and alarms below: • output torque • motor speed • main voltage supply • motor current • temperature inside the actuator enclosure • time • date • alarm list • warning list The warning condition occurs when a variable reaches a critical value and/or a maintenance action is required. ALARM. and alarms. 36 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. status. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. the corresponding alarm or warning disappears from the list. the OPEN / YES and CLOSE / NO push-buttons work as YES and NO to answer the prompt (next? OK? view?. change? exit?) of the alphanumeric display. In REMOTE. ESD ON. If the local selector is in OFF or REMOTE.5 % • From 13. The alarm condition occurs when a variable is out of the acceptable range and the actuator control functions are not available.7 turns = 0. STOP).8 to 27.7 to 10 000 turns = 0. green with red. The alarm and warning lists contain the present alarms and warnings. and STOP push-buttons. the above push-buttons allow scrolling the list of variables. and CLOSE /NO push-buttons work as OPEN and CLOSE commands. but the actuator configuration cannot be viewed or changed. .8 turns = 0. OFF.

........ F 37 ... LOCAL OFF REMOTE 3-position selector = OPEN/YES push-button = CLOSE/NO push-button = STOP push-button xxxxxx xxxxxx local next ? xxxxxx STOP OFF next ? xxxxxx xxxxxx REMOTE next ? ALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY Section 618/2 Variable and alarm list xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx ? Only OPEN...................... COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt........... next? WARNING # n RESET WARNING OK? YES Contents may change without notice.. All rights reserved... CLOSE / NO and STOP push-buttons in function of the local selector position..... ... A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD......“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual The following drawing shows the use of the OPEN / YES.. CLOSE and STOP controls available Press YES and STOP simultaneously to enter VIEW and SET-UP menus Press YES or NO to answer the prompt (ok? view? next?) YES to VIEW and SETUP MENUS Place the 3-position selector in LOCAL or REMOTE or press YES and NO simultaneously to exit from VIEW and SET-UP MENUS NO VIEW AND SETUP MENUS xxxxxxx TORQUE xx% MOTOR SPEED xxxx RPM VOLTAGE xxx V CURRENT xxxA TEMPERATURE XX °C TIME DATE ALARMS WARNINGS next? next? next? next? next? next? next? view? view? YES NO NO YES YESY NO YES next? ALARM # 1 ...... . © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. next? ALARM # n RESET ALARMS OK? YES next? WARNING # 1 ........

service. Press YES if the language is correct. press NO to scroll the list of available languages and then YES to select. Configuration options The ICON2000 actuator can be totally configured from the local interface by means of a series of menus that can be selected from the alphanumeric display. . The operator is guided through the different displays by answering YES or NO to the appropriate prompt (change? OK?. etc. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. the old one ceases to be valid. The data are entered by the manufacturer and can only be viewed. After entering the new password. F Contents may change without notice. Nameplate. next?. After choosing the language. and use “Set-up” mode to change the present configuration.) in the right corner of the lower row of the alphanumeric display. Valve data.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 2. All rights reserved. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Section 618/2 The configuration functions (view and set-up mode) are grouped in 4 main menus: Actuator set-up. Maintenance. To access the menus: set the local selector in OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN/YES and STOP. Use “View” mode to see the actuator configuration. The actuator is supplied by BIFFI with the default password “ 0 0 0 0 “. and utilisation mode. Once the correct password has been entered. Unauthorised access to the set-up mode is prevented by a 4character alphanumeric password. the actuator parameters can be configured. the next step is the selection among view and set-up mode. List of routines: ❑ serial number ❑ actuator size ❑ nominal torque ❑ actuator speed ❑ power supply ❑ motor poles ❑ motor type ❑ motor rating ❑ motor current ❑ motor duty ❑ test date ❑ wiring diagram ❑ enclosure ❑ certificate ❑ lubricant ❑ HW version ❑ SW version ❑ Torque sensor 38 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. view?. Actuator set-up This menu includes the routines that allow the actuator to be configured according to the requested control mode and to the valve it is mounted on. List of routines: ❑ stroke limits ❑ torque set-up ❑ ESD control ❑ remote controls ❑ local controls ❑ output relays ❑ 2-speed timer ❑ miscellaneous Nameplate This menu includes a series of data identifying the actuator characteristics. The present password can also be modified by the “set password" routine in the Maintenance menu. so it is important to record the password in a secure location for future retrieval. The alphanumeric display will now show the present language.

or to customer requirements. • Ensure the electrical main power is applied. The valve manufacturer and end user should enter the data. The parameters are configured in factory according to a standard setting. F 39 Section 618/2 . • Press NO to scroll the list of parameters and press YES to view the value. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and press YES to select the routine where the parameter to be changed is located. 3. List of routines: ❑ set password ❑ alarm log ❑ maintenance date ❑ torque profile ❑ operation log The parameters appear on the alphanumeric display in the same order both in view and set-up mode. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. valve data. Contents may change without notice. but no change of parameters can be made. Press YES to confirm or NO to scroll the list of available languages. At the end of each routine the program will automatically return to the beginning of the routine. List of routines: ❑ tag name ❑ serial number Maintenance This menu includes all diagnostic and historic data which can help the operator in case of failure or during maintenance operations. maintenance) and then press YES to select the desired menu. Entering the view mode The existing actuator configuration should be checked before commissioning. • The display shows the present language. and the operator can choose to either re-enter (by pressing YES) or to move on to a next routine (by pressing NO). The Maintenance menu also includes the "Set password" routine. Press YES to select a new language. • Press NO to scroll the list of available menus (actuator set-up. nameplate. In view mode. • Move the 3-position selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN/YES and STOP.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Valve data This menu includes a series of data relevant to the valve. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. Press YES to confirm. no password is requested. All rights reserved. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.

F Contents may change without notice. • The display shows the present language. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. In case of difficulty during commissioning. Exit from view and set-up mode The following conditions cause the exit from view and set-up mode: • move the 3-position selector to LOCAL or REMOTE • answer YES when the display asks “EXIT OK? ” • press YES and NO simultaneously • automatic exit after 5 minutes without any parameter change or view • remove the electrical power from the unit 40 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Press YES to confirm the chosen language. press NO to scroll the list of available characters and then press YES when the character is correct. the default setting can be re-instated by the appropriate function in the routine ”miscellaneous” of the actuator set-up menu. All ICON2000 actuators are configured before shipping with a standard default setting unless alternatives were requested on order. maintenance) and press YES to select the desired menu • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and press YES to select the routine where the parameter to be changed is located. Press YES to answer prompt “ENTER PASSWORD OK?" • Enter password. • Move the 3-position selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN/YES and STOP. Section 618/2 5. Enter 4 digits. Press YES to confirm or NO to scroll the list of available languages. • Ensure the electrical main power (or the external auxiliary supply) is applied. • Press YES and NO to answer the prompt on the display and change the parameter. • Press NO when the message is “VIEW MODE OK? ”.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 4. The actuator returns to its original configuration and commissioning can be resumed. . All rights reserved. If it is correct the messages “PASSWORD CORRECT” and then “SET-UP MODE OK?” appear. Press YES if digit is correct. Entering the set-up mode To change the existing settings or to set the stroke limits it is necessary to enter the correct password. the microprocessor checks the password. • If the password is wrong the message “PASSWORD WRONG” appears and set-up mode will not available. Enter one digit at a time. • Press NO to scroll the list of available menus (actuator set-up. Press YES. After entering the last digit. valve data. Press YES to select. All settings are automatically saved to a non-volatile memory and retained also if the electrical power is removed from the actuator.

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plug valves • Linear valves with back-seating on stem Close limit • Torque Valve type • Position • Torque or position • Position • Torque Set-up procedure: • Engage the manual override and move the valve to the mid-travel position • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. When the value is correct press YES. globe. flexible and split wedge). • Press YES if the closing torque limit is correct or NO to scroll the list of available values. Close limit type Press YES if the close limit type is correct (torque or position). or NO and then YES to set the open limit. front seal butterfly valves • Ball. All rights reserved. • Press YES if the rotation to close is correct (CKW or CCKW). Actuator set-up 1. The nominal torque corresponding to 100% is set in-house and is stated in the name plate menu. Most valves require clockwise rotation of the stem when viewed from the handwheel. Use the following table to choose: CHAPTER Valve type • Gate (solid. When the value is correct. When the value is correct press YES. I 53 Section 618/2 I • Position . • close direction: clockwise (CKW) or counter-clockwise (CCKW).“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual SET-UP ROUTINES 1. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Press YES to select the actuator set-up menu. press YES. or NO to change. Engage the manual override and check if the valve closes with clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation of the handwheel • close and open limits type: by position or by torque. • Press YES if the opening torque limit is correct or NO to scroll the list of available values. gate (parallel slide). COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. press NO to change it. Contents may change without notice. The following parameters will be set: • opening and closing torque limits: from 40 % to 100 % of the nominal torque. and then press YES again to start with the stroke limits routine. Press YES when the type is correct. • Press YES to set the close limit. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES.1 SET STROKE LIMITS This routine allows the actuator to be configured according to the type of valve it is mounted on.

press NO to change it. If parameter “direction to close” is changed. Press NO and then YES to exit from the stroke limits routine. The local controls become active. the message “error re-try” appears and the stroke limits procedure must be repeated. The local controls can be used. I Contents may change without notice. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. • Move the valve to closed position (by CLOSE control or by handwheel) • Move the local selector to OFF • Press YES to confirm • Press YES to set the open limit or press NO and again NO to repeat the close limit setting procedure. All rights reserved.2 TORQUE SET-UP The output torque limits to close or to open may be configured between 40% and 100% of the nominal torque stated on the actuator nameplate.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Close limit by position • Move the local selector to LOCAL. • Press the OPEN control. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. • Move the local selector to OFF • Press YES to confirm • Press YES to set the open limit or press NO and again NO to repeat the close limit setting procedure. 54 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. • Press the CLOSE control. Section 618/2 1. The local controls can be used. The local controls become active. Press NO and then YES to exit from the stroke limits routine. Before leaving the stroke limits routine the microprocessor calculates the new value of the position resolution. Press NO and then YES to exit from the stroke limits routine. Press YES to confirm. Close limit by torque • Move the local selector to LOCAL. both limits (open and close) must be set. Open limit type • Press YES if the open limit type is correct (torque or position). Open limit by position • Move the local selector to LOCAL. • Move the local selector to OFF • Press YES to confirm • Press YES to set the open limit or press NO and again NO to repeat the open limit setting procedure. Press NO and then YES to exit from the stroke limits routine. The actuator moves in opening direction and when the configured torque value is reached the motor is stopped and the new position limit is memorised. The actuator moves in closing direction and when the configured torque value is reached the motor is stopped and the new position limit is memorised. • Move the valve to open position (by OPEN control or by handwheel) • Move the local selector to OFF • Press YES to confirm • Press YES to set the open limit or press NO and again NO to repeat open limit setting procedure. Open limit by torque • Move the local selector to LOCAL.7. If the stroke turns are less than 2. .

Vice-versa. the ESD action will not be performed if the local STOP push-button is pressed. (*) local stop pressed. press NO to scroll the list of available values. the ESD action will be carried out also in case of motor over-heating. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Vice-versa. • Press YES if the ESD action is correct. . Contents may change without notice.” will invalidate the warranty. go to position xx %). Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). Press YES when the value is correct. 1. • (*) torque limit tripped. if ESD < LOCAL STOP was chosen. Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). Press YES to select the actuator set-up menu. the ESD action will override the local STOP signal. (*) torque limit tripped.3 ESD CONTROL An ESD signal can be connected to the actuator to override any existing command and drive the valve to a predetermined position.. the ESD action will be carried out also in case of torque alarm. the ESD action will not be done in case of torque alarm. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select ESD set-up. The ESD control is active when the 3-position selector is in REMOTE and no alarm is present. Choosing ESD > TORQUE LIMIT. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. • Press YES if the opening torque limit is correct.” is configured. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. (*) 3-position selector in OFF Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. the ESD action will not be done in case of motor over-heating. All rights reserved. absent) • Press YES to change ESD priority with reference to the following signals or status: • (*) motor thermostat alarm. The ESD control is not self-maintained: the ESD action is only performed if the relevant input is active. press NO to scroll the list of available values.. Function "ESD priority" allows the ESD command to override the following additional situations: (*) motor thermostat alarm. Press YES to select the desired option. Therefore. close. open. 3position selector in local. Vice-versa. 2-speed timer. I 55 Section 618/2 Warning: The user may select ESD to override the situations indicated by (*).“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Set-up procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. if ESD < TORQUE LIMIT was chosen. Press YES when the value is correct. or press NO to scroll the list of available options (off. press NO and then press YES to select the torque set-up routine. Choosing ESD > LOCAL STOP. • (*) local stop pressed. stay-put. • Press YES if the closing torque limit is correct.. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. If these situations occur and if “ESD > . © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. • Press either YES or NO to select the signal type (present. the actuator may be damaged. if ESD < THERMOSTAT was chosen. selecting “ESD > .. Choosing ESD > THERMOSTAT.

Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). .“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual • local selector in LOCAL. alarm LED: yellow or red. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Remote controls. • Press YES if the control mode is correct or NO to scroll the list of available options: 4 wires. Vice-versa. • to set the LED’s colour. • (*) local selector in OFF. The factory configuration is the following: action: CLOSE. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. ESD > 2-speed timer. All rights reserved. 3 wires. • 3 wires momentary: requires 2 push-to-run type signals (since the control is not self-maintained) to open or close • 2 wires open if signal On: requires signal On to open and no signal to close • 2 wires open if signal Off: requires signal Off to open and signal On to close Configuration should be done during actuator set-up. the ESD action will be carried out also when the local selector is in OFF. By choosing ESD > OFF. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. signal type: PRESENT. or 2 wires depending on the connection made on the terminal board of the actuator. The following options are available: open LED: green or red. the 2-speed timer function will be active during ESD action. if ESD < LOCAL CONTROLS was chosen. the ESD action will not be performed if the 3-position selector is in LOCAL. If “3 wires” was chosen. the 2-speed timer function will be inhibited during ESD action. 2 wires. "latched with instant reverse". 1. Section 618/2 1. Choosing ESD > LOCAL CONTROLS. Reverse momentary signal reverses the direction. • 2-speed timer. 56 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. or 3. “latched". use YES or NO to answer the prompt on the display and choose among “push-to-run” or “latched instant reverse” control modes. Vice-versa. use YES and NO to choose among “open if signal ON” or “open if signal OFF” control modes. if ESD < OFF was chosen. ESD < all other cases.5 LOCAL CONTROLS This routine allows: • to configure the control mode by means of the local controls when the 3-position selector is in LOCAL. Choosing ESD > 2-speed timer. If “2 wires” was chosen. The following options are available: • 4 wires latched: requires 2 momentary signals (since the control is self-maintained) to open or close and one signal to stop in mid-travel • 3 wires latched instant reverse: requires 2 momentary signals (since the control is self-maintained) to open or close. The available options are “push-to-run". Vice-versa. I Contents may change without notice.4 REMOTE CONTROLS The actuator may be remotely controlled by 4. close LED: green or red. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. the ESD action will be carried out also when the local selector is in LOCAL. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. if ESD < 2-speed timer was chosen. Press YES to select the desired option. priorities: ESD > LOCAL CONTROLS. the ESD action will not be performed if the 3-position selector is in OFF.

All rights reserved. then YES to confirm • Press YES if the colour of the alarm LED is correct. Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). then YES to confirm • Press YES if the colour of the close LED is correct. Press YES to confirm. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. or press NO to proceed to LED’s colour setting Control mode • Press YES if the display shows the correct control mode or press NO to scroll the list of available options (push to run. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Local controls. LED’s colour • Press YES if the colour of the open LED is correct. change-over. latched). Press NO to change it.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. then YES to confirm Monitor relay The voltage-free. I 57 Section 618/2 1. • Press YES to change control mode. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. The monitor relay is normally energised and will be de-energised on: • main voltage failure • lost phase • internal temperature alarm • K1 contactor failure • K2 contactor failure • position sensor failure • speed sensor failure • configuration error • HW error • mid-travel alarm The following situation can be configured individually to switch-over the monitor relay: Motor over-temperature Over-torque Jammed valve LOCAL/OFF selected Manual operation ESD signal on Low alkaline battery (if present) LOCAL/STOP pressed Contents may change without notice. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Press NO to change it. contacts of the monitor relay indicate that the actuator is either available for remote control or that a problem or a condition preventing remote control of the valve exists. Press NO to change it. Press YES to select the actuator set-up menu.6 OUTPUT RELAYS .

Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). break AS4 : close limit. or press NO to change • Press YES to select DEFAULT #2. or press NO to configure the output relays DEFAULT # 1 Monitor relay • main voltage failure • lost phase • local/off selected • local stop pressed • manual operation • internal temperature alarm • K1 contactor failure • K2 contactor failure • position sensor failure Auxiliary relays AS1 : open limit.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Auxiliary output relays For status indication or diagnostic purposes. 4 voltage-free contacts of 4 relays are available to be configured individually to switch for the following conditions: STATUS • open limit • closed limit • position >= xx % • position <= xx % • closing • opening • motor running • blinker • mid-travel position • local selected • remote selected • local stop active • ESD signal on • manual operation ALARM • motor over-temperature • over-torque • over-torque in OP • over-torque in CL • valve jammed • warnings • valve jammed in OP • valve jammed in CL • low alkaline battery (if present) • mid travel alarm in CL/OP The contacts may be configured to make or break on condition. I Contents may change without notice. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Output relays. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. break • speed sensor failure • configuration error • HW error • motor over-temperature • over-torque • jammed valve • low alkaline battery (if present) • mid-travel alarm Section 618/2 58 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. make AS2 : close limit. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. All rights reserved. . make AS3 : open limit. • Press YES to select DEFAULT #1. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES.

LOCAL/OFF selected. • Press YES or NO to either confirm or change the type of contact when the condition occurs (break.100 % separately in opening and closing direction. break AS3 : local selected. 2. break AS2 : close limit.7 2-SPEED TIMER The "2-speed timer" routine is used to extend the actuator travelling time in opening and / or closing direction. manual override. Auxiliary relays AS1. break Configure output relays • Press YES to change the monitor relay or NO to change auxiliary relays AS1. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual DEFAULT # 2 Monitor relay • main voltage failure • lost phase • local/off selected • local stop pressed • manual operation • internal temperature alarm • K1 contactor failure • K2 contactor failure • position sensor failure Auxiliary relays AS1 : open limit. On time On time Off time Start position % Off time On time Off time Stop position % Motor Start position and stop position may be adjusted from 0% . Contents may change without notice. 3. • Press NO to pass to AS2 and then repeat the procedure for the other relays • Press NO to exit • speed sensor failure • configuration error • HW error • motor over-temperature • over-torque • jammed valve • low alkaline battery (if present) • mid-travel alarm 1. over-torque. Monitor relay • Press YES or NO to enable or disable the following situations from the conditions which de-energise the monitor relay: motor over-temperature. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. All rights reserved. low alkaline battery (if present). 3. 2. make). press NO to select the other relays • Press YES if the condition associated to AS1 relay is correct. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. I 59 Section 618/2 . 4 • Press NO to answer prompt “MONITOR RELAY change?” • Press YES to change AS1. ESD signal on. ON time and OFF time may be adjusted from 1 sec . Pulsing control can be applied to full travel or only a part of it. press NO to scrolls the list of conditions and press YES to set.200 sec separately in opening and closing direction. break AS4 : motor running. by driving the motor by pulses which duration (ON and OFF time) is configurable. jammed valve. local STOP pressed. 4.

All rights reserved. Press YES when the value is correct • Press YES if the value of the ON time of pulsing control is correct. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select 2-speed timer. maintenance request. enables 2-speed timer operation in closing direction. or NO to change. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”). Press YES when the value is correct • Press YES if the value of the OFF time of pulsing control is correct. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. status = Off. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. press NO to scroll the list of available values. press NO to scroll the list of available values.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. press NO to scroll the list of available values. alarm log. or NO to change. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. • Press YES if the position value where pulsing control starts is correct. disables timer operation in opening direction). • Press YES if the position value where pulsing control starts is correct. press NO to scroll the list of available values. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Miscellaneous.). used only for special application or in particular conditions. 60 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.8 MISCELLANEOUS It includes different types of routines as “time and date”. Press YES when the value is correct • Press YES if the value of the OFF time of pulsing control is correct. Press YES to confirm (status = On. “factory settings”.1 TIME AND DATE Time and date are used in maintenance functions to associate the time information to the memorised event (torque profile.8. 1. but they can be adjusted during commissioning or maintenance operations. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). disables timer operation in closing direction). . Press YES when the value is correct • Press YES if the position value where pulsing control stops is correct. Press YES when the value is correct • Press YES if the position value where pulsing control stops is correct. press NO to scroll the list of available values. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. status = Off. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. I Contents may change without notice. Time and date are entered at the time of manufacture. “alkaline battery”. press NO and then YES to change only open direction parameters Closing direction • Press YES if the status is OK. etc. etc. • Press YES to change close direction parameters. Press YES to confirm (status = On enables 2-speed timer operation in opening direction. Press YES when the value is correct Opening direction • Press YES if the status is OK. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Press YES when the value is correct • Press YES if the value of the ON time of pulsing control is correct. press NO to scroll the list of available values. Press YES when the value is correct Section 618/2 1. press NO to scroll the list of available values. “torque profile”. press NO to scroll the list of available values.

© Copyright by BIFFI Italia. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Press YES to select the actuator set-up menu. All rights reserved.8. press YES to select. Select the language and then enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). Press NO to scroll the list of available values. press YES to select. press NO to change it • Enter hours. minutes and seconds.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual • Press YES to enter the time and date routine. I 61 Section 618/2 . Press NO to scroll the list of available values. press NO to change • Enter day.2 FACTORY SETTINGS The above routine resets the present configuration and restores the default configuration as below: stroke limits close direction: CKW close limit: by position open limit: by position Closing torque: 40% Opening torque: 40% ESD action: close ESD signal: present ESD priority: ESD < motor thermostat ESD < torque limit ESD < local stop ESD > local controls ESD > 2-speed timer ESD < OFF Control type: 4 wires latched Control type: latched with instant reverse LED’s colour: green = open / opening red = close / closing yellow = alarm / warning Default #1 Opening direction: off Closing direction: off Alkaline battery : absent Torque profile: standard torque by-pass: 4% valve jammed: 4 sec. Press YES to download the standard configuration. • Press No to scroll the list of routines and press YES to select factory configuration. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Miscellaneous. and year. • Press YES if the time is correct. • Press YES when the time is correct • Press YES if the date is correct. Contents may change without notice. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. month. press NO to exit. • Press YES if the date is correct 1. Torque set-up ESD set-up Remote controls Locals controls Output relay 2-speed timer Miscellaneous Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.

Press YES if the setting is correct. the torque limits are constant Running limit Running limit along the full stroke. press NO to change. Press YES when the value is correct. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. To select this option pick "3-point limits" and then follow the torque set-up and stroke limits routines (see figure).3 ALKALINE BATTERY On request. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”). COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 1. • Repeat stroke limits setting routine. The limits can be configured in Position % Position % the "stroke limits" or Cl end % 0 % 0 % Op brk% Op end % 100 % "torque set-up" routines 100 % Cl brk% and determine the torque alarm or end of travel situations. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. The program runs the functions relevant to the battery only if the appropriate flag “alkaline battery” is configured with “present”. 1. to limit separately the unseating. Section 618/2 62 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. With the Breakout limit Breakout limit Ending limit Ending limit option "standard". When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. • Press No to scroll the list of routines and press YES to select alkaline battery. running and ending torque. Press YES if the setting is correct. If the battery is absent or if no updating of remote outputs is requested. Press YES when the value is correct.8. In the same particular application it is useful to configure 3 different torque thresholds for each travelling direction. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Miscellaneous. I Contents may change without notice. • Press NO to scroll the list of routines and press YES to select 3-point torque limits. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. press NO to change.4 TORQUE LIMITS TYPE Actuator direction: closing Actuator direction: opening Torque limits are used as a reference for torque alarm Closing torque % of nominal Opening torque % of nominal and end of travel. All rights reserved. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Miscellaneous.8. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. the actuator can be provided with an alkaline battery to update the remote outputs (output relays status and bus messages) in case of electrical power failure and manual override operations. the above flag should be configured with “absent". .

Condition 1 is Ok. The time after receiving an open or close control is greater than the "valve jammed time". The torque by-pass is expressed in % of position and is configurable from 0% to 20%. the command is cleared and an alarm indication is generated. press NO to change. Press YES when the value is correct. For example. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.by-pass active in Opening: from 0% to 10% .) When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. press NO to change. the motor speed is correct. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). Press YES if the setting is correct. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Miscellaneous. I 63 Section 618/2 . Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”.6 VALVE JAMMED (TIME) The valve jammed time is used to monitor the following situations: 1. Contents may change without notice. 1. but the valve position variation is smaller than 0. if a 10% by-pass value is set. The motor is blocked. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. • Press No to scroll the list of routines and press YES to select torque by pass. Configure "0" to exclude the routine.5% in a time equal to "valve jammed time" and motor speed is 0 RPM.by-pass active in Closing: from 100% to 90% To exclude torque by-pass configure 0%. The time passed after receiving an open or close control is greater than the "valve jammed time". we may have: . the command is cleared and the "mid-travel alarm" indication is generated.8. the command is cleared and the "valve jammed" alarm indication is generated. 2.5% and motor speed is 0 RPM. the torque by-pass routine masks the torque alarm when an open or close command is received and the actuator is fully open or closed.5 TORQUE BY-PASS (%) Since a high torque may be required to unseat certain valves. but during the travel the position valve variation is smaller than 0. The motor is blocked. The valve jammed time is expressed in seconds and can be configured from 0 to 100 sec. Press YES if the setting is correct.8. 3. • Press No to scroll the list of routines and press YES to select valve jammed. Press YES to select actuator set-up menu. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Miscellaneous. Press YES when the value is correct. All rights reserved. but the valve position variation is smaller than 0. The motor is blocked.5%. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 1.

1 SET PASSWORD The actuator is supplied by BIFFI with a default password (“0 0 0 0”). Press YES to select the desired character. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and then press YES to select valve data menu. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”). Press NO to scroll the list of available characters.1 TAG NUMBER Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.2 SERIAL NUMBER Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.) 2. 28 char.) • serial number (max. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. Valve data The valve data allow identifying the valve and its function in the process. Maintenance A large amount of data is stored in the actuator memory and is available for future analysis or to assist the operator in the maintenance program. Section 618/2 2.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 2. the old one ceases to be valid. 3. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Serial number. . Enter a blank character. Therefore it is mandatory “NOT TO FORGET THE PASSWORD” after the default one has been modified. • In the above way enter up to 28 characters. I Contents may change without notice. 28 char. The maintenance menu also includes the set password routine. The following data are available: • set password • clear alarm log • set reference torque data • clear recent data log • set maintenance date 3. and “ ➔ ” as end of string. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. • Press YES if the 1st character of the string is correct. After entering the new password. Press YES to select. By the above routine the end user can enter a different password consisting of 4 alphanumeric characters. and “➔” as end of string. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”). COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. 64 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Tag name. Press NO to scroll the list of characters. Forgetting the new password makes it impossible to enter the set-up menu and to configure the actuator. All rights reserved. • Press YES if the 1st character of the string is correct. Enter a blank character. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and then press YES to select valve data menu. The valve manufacturer and the end user can enter the data. • Enter up to 28 characters. The following data can be entered: • tag name (max.

• Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Set password. • Press YES to update the torque reference data. • Enter the new password one digit at a time. 3. The old reference data are lost and the new ones are used as a new reference torque profile. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. 3. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). Press YES again to select Enter new password. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and then press YES to select the Maintenance menu. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select Set torque reference. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and then press YES to select maintenance menu. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the set-up mode”). The following counters will be cleared: • recent contactor operations • recent motor run time • recent time without electrical power • recent utilisation rate The date of the “clear recent data log” is memorised and can be viewed in the maintenance date routine of the view menu. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES.3 SET TORQUE REFERENCE The set torque profile reference routine allows to transfer the last torque profile to the reference profile registers. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Enter 4 digits. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select clear alarm log. • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.2 CLEAR ALARM LOG Clear procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. When the display shows the message Password changed the old password is no longer valid. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and then press YES to select Maintenance menu.4 CLEAR RECENT DATA LOG The clear recent data log routine allows clearing the counters of the recent operation log.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. 3. I 65 Section 618/2 . • Press YES to clear alarm list. All rights reserved. Press YES if the digit is correct. Contents may change without notice. press NO to scroll the list of available characters and then press YES to select.

press NO to change it • Enter day. Press NO to scroll the list of available values. • Press YES to set the last maintenance date.5 SET MAINTENANCE DATE The maintenance date routine allows the following operations: • to set the last maintenance date • to set the next maintenance date • to set the start-up date Configuration procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. Last maintenance date: • Press YES if the date is correct. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”. When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. . Press NO to scroll the list of available values. press YES to select • Press YES if the date is correct Next maintenance date: • Press YES if the date is correct. Press NO to scroll the list of available values. and year. month. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and then press YES to select clear recent data log. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. Select the language and enter the password according to the instructions (see “Entering the setup mode”).“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual Clearing procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and then YES to select the maintenance menu. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and press YES to select maintenance date. press YES to select • Press YES if the date is correct Start-up date: • Press YES if the date is correct. press YES to select • Press YES if the date is correct Section 618/2 66 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. All rights reserved. 3. • Press YES • Press YES to clear or press NO to exit. press NO to change it • Enter day. and year. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the maintenance menu. and year. Press NO to skip to “next maintenance date”. month.) When the message displayed is “SET-UP MODE OK?” press YES. press NO to change it • Enter day. I Contents may change without notice. month.

“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 4. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.1 TORQUE SET-UP Contents may change without notice. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. I 67 Section 618/2 . Example of set-up routine 4. All rights reserved.

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ASi conditions. Is. L 69 Section 618/2 L . • Press YES to answer at the prompt “view” or “next” and to see the data 2.) • nominal torque/thrust • actuator speed • motor type • power supply • motor rating (Kw) • motor duty • motor current In. No change can be made to the present data. opening torque limit • ESD action.) • certificate (max.) • actuator size (max. The data are entered in-house and can only be changed by the manufacturer. default #2. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. LED’s colour • default #1. signal type. All rights reserved. valve jammed time. close limit type. Actuator set-up The above menu allows to view the present actuator configuration.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual VIEW ROUTINES 1. various status CHAPTER View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.) • HW version • SW version • Torque sensor data Contents may change without notice. contact action • close direction: status. 28 char. When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES. stop. start. ESD priority • control type • control type. 28 char. The following data can be viewed: ROUTINE • stroke limits • torque set-up • ESD control • remote controls • local controls • output relays • 2-speed timer PARAMETERS • close direction. Name plate Use this menu to view the data identifying the actuator. open limit type • closing torque limit. Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). 28 char.) • lubricant (max. The following data may be viewed: • serial number (max. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt.) • enclosure (max. off time • miscellaneous • time and date. on time. monitor relay conditions. Icc (A) • motor poles • test date • wiring diagram (max. on time. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Press YES to select the actuator set-up menu. torque by-pass%. 28 char. off time • open direction: status. 28 char. stop. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and press YES to select. start. 28 char.

“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. • tag name (max. All rights reserved. Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). . When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES. 4. • Press YES to scroll the list of alarms (“Alarms view?”). Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES. When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the Maintenance menu. 70 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.) The data should be entered by the valve manufacturer or by the end user during set-up operations. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the nameplate menu • Press YES to answer the prompt “view” or “next” and see the data in the above list 3. • Press NO to move on to “Warnings view?” and then YES to scroll the list of warnings. Maintenance 4. View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. • Press YES to answer prompts “view” or “next” and see the data in the above list. 28 char. The “clear alarm log” routine of the set-up menu should be used to clear the list. Valve data To identify the valve and its function in the process the following data can be viewed. Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). It can give an indication of a change in the process conditions.1 ALARM LOG The alarm log routine is used to view the list of the latest 5 alarms and 5 warnings and the data when they occurred. Details are given of the reference and latest torque expressed in % of the nominal torque. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt.2 TORQUE PROFILE The torque profile routine gives important information on the actuator working conditions in comparison with a previously memorised reference profile. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the valve data menu. • Press YES to answer the prompt “Alarm log view?”. L Contents may change without notice.) • serial number (max. Section 618/2 4. 28 char.

Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). GENERAL DATA LOG • opening time of the last stroke (h:m:s) • closing time of the last stroke (h:m:s) • total contactor operations • motor run time (hours) • time without electrical power (hours) • utilisation rate (%) RECENT DATA LOG • recent contactor operations • recent motor run time (hours) • recent time without electrical power (hours) • recent utilisation rate (%) View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP.3 OPERATION LOG The operation log consists of different counters and routines that provide information to assist in the maintenance program. • Press NO to scroll the list of routines and press YES to select torque profile. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the Maintenance menu. L 71 Section 618/2 . The data are grouped into 2 families: general and recent data. Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and press YES to select operation log. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. • Press YES to scroll the list of values • ending reference torque in closing • breakout torque in closing • peak reference torque in closing • ending torque in closing • date of the last “set torque reference” • date of the last torque profile in opening • date of the last torque profile in closing 4. Contents may change without notice. • Press YES to select general data or press NO to skip to recent data • Press YES to scroll the list of values.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual The following data may be viewed: • breakout reference torque in opening • peak running reference torque in opening • ending reference torque in opening • breakout torque in opening • peak running torque in opening • ending torque in opening • breakout reference torque in closing • peak running reference torque in closing View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. The general data log collects data from "test date" to "present date". All rights reserved. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. The recent data log collects data from the last "clear recent data log" date to "present date". When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES. When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. • Press YES to view the recent data log or press NO to exit • Press YES to scroll the list of values. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the Maintenance menu.

Example of view routine Section 618/2 5. • Press NO to scroll the list of available routines and press YES to select the maintenance date routine • Press YES to scroll the list of date 5. • start-up date View procedure: • Move the local selector to OFF and then simultaneously press OPEN and STOP. COMPANY Section 618/2 chapt. Press NO to scroll the list of available menus and press YES to select the Maintenance menu.1 VIEW TORQUE SET-UP 72 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. All rights reserved. L Contents may change without notice. When the message displayed is “VIEW MODE OK?” press YES.4 MAINTENANCE DATE The routine allows viewing the following dates: • last maintenance date • next maintenance date • date of the last “clear recent data log “.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 4. Select the language according to the instructions (see “Entering the view mode”). A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. .

.................. Diagnostic messages............ Excessive torque for valve operation................................82 8...........................82 10.................................................................................76 3...................................................... All rights reserved...........75 1.................. The manual override can’t be engaged ............................80 4...................................................................... The numeric position display indicates "E01".......................................................82 7.... Special maintenance...76 CHAPTER “N” TROUBLE-SHOOTING............. The electronics do not switch on when powered.................................. COMPANY Section 618/3 73 Section 618/3 ............................81 6..................................81 5................................................................................................................................80 3.......................“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual !@#$ flow control Section 618/3 Maintenance and trouble-shooting INDEX CHAPTER “M” MAINTENANCE..........................82 9.............................................. Alkaline battery change..............................75 2.................. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD............................. Standard maintenance............................................ The actuator does not work from remote controls......82 11.. The valve does not seat correctly.. The motor is very hot and does not start...... The actuator does not stop in fully open or fully closed position................ DC output voltage not available at the terminals...........................................................................79 1.....80 2...................................... © Copyright by BIFFI Italia...................... The motor runs but the actuator does not move the valve.................................................83 Contents may change without notice................

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if necessary. perform maintenance checks more often.3). .Check the external parts for possible damage and replace them immediately.Lubricate the internal components of the coupling block by means of the spherical head lubricator using suggested greases (see Sect. If not. 20 mm. 3). In chemically aggressive or saline environments. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. check that the valve stem is clean and lubricated. Contents may change without notice. 5. 618/1 chapt. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.Make sure there are no oil leaks from the actuator housing. The oil level should be approx. If the actuator is located in a hazardous area a “hot work” permit must be obtained unless the actuator can be moved to a non-hazardous area. . Standard maintenance Approx. make sure that the display is still visible when power is off and that there is no “Battery low” warning message. . CHAPTER Warning: M Warning: The actuator is non-intrusive. replace the battery (see Sect. 618/1 chapt. Unauthorised access will invalidate the warranty. 618/1 chapt. When conditions are severe (frequent operation or high temperatures). C par. M 75 Section 618/3 . Replace all seals that permit oil leakage or water ingress. remove rust from surfaces and protect with a rust preventative.If the stem is external. . 618/4 for individual item numbers). B par.Check that all nuts and bolts securing the actuator to the valve are tight.Repaint all areas where paint is missing. In case the window glass is broken. B par.For actuators provided with alkaline batteries. . make sure that the mains and all other service voltage connected to terminal board are switched-off. All rights reserved. 3). . The following checks will assure optimum performance: . the ICON2000 is maintenance-free: no actuator maintenance is formally required. inspect the oil level and oil quality more often. Important: Before starting any maintenance operation. every 2 years: Under normal operating conditions. even though visual inspection for oil leakage or external visible damages is recommended every two years. If "Battery low" warning appears. If necessary. D).For severe applications or if actuator operation is infrequent. the complete cover must be replaced (see Sect. 618/1 chapt. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt. The control compartment was sealed in dry and clean conditions and contains no site serviceable components. Since the control compartment contains a 3. only open it in safe area. from the fill plug (see Sect.6V lithium battery. Always replace batteries if the actuator has been subjected to long periods without power (see Sect. . 618/1 chapt. re-tighten with a dynamometric key (for tightening torque values see Sect. D). Do not open it unless absolutely necessary. clean it and lubricate it in order to prevent damages to the threaded bush.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual MAINTENANCE 1.

Bring the cover to a safe area. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.Isolate the main supply to the actuator and all other control voltages. please refer to Section 618/3 chapter N for possible causes. 3.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 2. .Disconnect two wires (+) (-) from the main board. Alkaline battery change .Open the terminal boards cover. Note: Special maintenance is also recommended when. M Contents may change without notice. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt. during operations. . 76 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. Special maintenance In case actuator failure. . Spare parts can be required to BIFFI: please refer to the individual item number shown in Section 618/4. When in a safe area: Section 618/3 • Remove the label. the actuator generates an excessive noise. . All rights reserved.

0 • Alkaline Manganese.Duracell UltraCan style: PP3 Voltage: 9. All rights reserved. M 77 Section 618/3 .0 Contents may change without notice. • Replace the battery. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt.EnergizerCan style: PP3 Voltage: 9. Important: Note: the new battery must be chosen between the following types: • Alkaline Manganese. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual • Remove the battery cover.

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a “hot work” permit must be obtained unless the actuator can be moved to a non-hazardous area. stop” . Unauthorised acces will invalidate the warranty.6V lithium battery.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual TROUBLE-SHOOTING The ICON2000 actuator has passed the functional test performed by Biffi Quality Assurance personnel. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. The control compartment was sealed in dry and clean conditions and contains no site serviceable components. All rights reserved. Do not open it unless absolutely necessary. off. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Warning: The actuator is non-intrusive. stop” . off. If the actuator is located in a hazardous area.“alarm. off. only open it in safe area. Contents may change without notice.“warning. before trouble-shooting make sure that: • the numeric display indicates xx % • the local selector is not in OFF • the main supply voltage is the same as stated in the name plate menu • you move the local selector to OFF and check that the alphanumeric display shows one of the following messages: .“normal. N 79 Section 618/3 If the actuator does not work. Warning: CHAPTER Since the control compartment contains a 3. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt. stop” . N If the above checks are satisfactory try to locate the fault using the diagnostic facilities.

L2. if external voltage supply is used 80 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. . and the Vdc if the voltage not correct replace the power wiring . .Remove the cover of the compartment where the electronic cards are located . .23 and on the main power supply and check if the switch 27 Vdc voltage on the is correct check the external wiring . It should not exceed 4W. wires from terminals B1-B2 and C1 -witch off the main power supply and disconnect all . DC output voltage not available . Check the signal on terminals C3 and C4 and adjust the ESD configuration.Switch the main power supply on and check if the wires from terminals B1-B2B1-B2 and C1 is between voltage on the terminals and C1 . COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt. . It should not exceed 4W.If the voltage isis correct check the external card and the electrical load. . N Contents may change without notice.Switch the main power supply off and disconnect all at the terminals Section 618/3 3. replace the power card.Move the 3-position selector to LOCAL and check that the actuator works from local controls.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 1. check the wires between terminals L1. DC output voltage not available at the terminals 2. L3 is correct .Check the fuse mounted on the power card. L2. the alphanumeric display indicates “ESD On”. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.Check that: • the wiring to terminals B1-B2 and C1 is correct • there is no short-circuit between wires • the electrical load does not exceed 4W • the value is in the range 20-120 Vac 50/60Hz or 20-125 Vdc.If the fuse is OK. All rights reserved.if the voltage is not correct replace the power card 2. L3 and connector M1 of the power card. The electronics do not switch on when powered Power card Fuse . If it is correct.Move the local selector to REMOTE. If the ESD signal is active. The actuator does not work from remote controls . Replace it if burnt.If the voltage terminals B1-B2 and C1 is between 23 and 27electrical load.Check that the value of the main voltage on terminals L1.

• Check the integrity of the internal parts. Contents may change without notice. The motor runs but the actuator does not move the valve In case the local display does not change the valve position indicators: .Verify the key correctly fits in bore/keyways applications. . .Check that the number of operations per hour and their duration is suitable for the actuator service (see the name-plate menu) . follow the reverse order of the disassembly.Verify the stem nut has sufficient engagement with the valve stem. . . • Make sure there are no foreign bodies.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 4. The motor is very hot and does not start . A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.Check that the valve works in manual operation.Wait until the motor cools down and the normally closed contact of the thermal switch automatically resets before trying to operate the actuator again. • Remove the handwheel.Always check the causes of abnormal operation 5.Check that the manual de-clutch lever is not stuck in manual operation position. it is necessary to check the manual control area as follows: • Loosen the handwheel security dowel. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt. . © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. If not. • Proceeding with the assembly. . In case the local display changes the valve position indicators: . Pay attention not to damage the O-ring seals.Rotate the handwheel a few degrees to remove all possible sticking between the handwheel and the drive sleeve. N 81 Section 618/3 . • Remove the upper cover handwheel sleeve unit.Verify the stem nut correctly fits in the actuator base.Check that the valve operating torque is within the range of the unit’s designed operating torque . All rights reserved.Check that no alarm other than motor overheating is present.

2). “B2”. 618/2 chapt. .It is necessary to re-calibrate the stroke limits (see Sect. par.If the valve is stopped by the position limit in closing. “B3” and “B4”: ensure there are no axial forces on the valve stem by leaving an adequate axial clearance between the stem and the drive bush. . The actuator does not stop in fully open or fully closed position . . The manual override can’t be engaged In case the engagement of the lever is too difficult.Valve packing too tight: loosen the gland bolt nuts. . 618/2 chapt. .Try to move the drive sleeve by a screw-driver . The numeric position display indicates "E01" .1 and 1.Coupling type “A”: tight fit between bush and stem: increase the thread clearance on the drive coupling.Open the cover . and proceed with the suitable corrective actions as described in this Chapter.If the valve is stopped by the torque limit in closing. The valve does not seat correctly .Make sure that the torque and travel limits are correctly set (see Sect.The internal trim of the valve may be damaged. 11. Excessive torque for valve operation .Check that the internal valve trim or the reducer gears are well lubricated and not damaged. check that the valve reaches its seat position. Section 618/3 9. . B par.Check the alphanumeric display for diagnostic messages.1 and 1.2). E par. 10.Clean.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 6. 1. 8. check whether the drive sleeve is stuck and proceed as follows: . B par. . 82 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. N Contents may change without notice. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt.Check that the actual open and close positions of the valve respectively correspond to 100% and 0% on the actuator display . lubricate and check the valve stem. universal joints or bulkhead passages have sufficient lubrication and check that the transmission shafts are not bent.Coupling types “B1”. then readjust the setting of the position limit. Also check that all transmission shafts. . 4 & chapt. 4 & chapt. All rights reserved. E par. increase the actuator output torque limit. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. 1.Reassemble the cover 7.

All rights reserved. • Press NO when the display shows message “ALARMS view?" • Press YES when the display shows message “WARNINGS view?" Press YES to scroll the list of warnings. • Press YES to reset the alarms or warnings with memory. etc. The flashing of the alarm/warning LED indicates a warning condition. Alarm is the condition that occurs when a variable is outside the acceptable range and some actuator function is not available. the corresponding alarm or warning also disappears from the list. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. N 83 Section 618/3 . If the alarm/warning LED is on there is an alarm condition. When the fault condition disappears. • Press YES when the display shows message “ALARMS view?" Press YES to scroll the list of alarms. then press NO to scroll the list of available variables. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Warning is the condition that occurs when a variable reaches a critical value and/or when a maintenance action is required but all actuator functions are still available. jammed valve.). Contents may change without notice. Diagnostic messages The alarm and warning lists contain the alarms and warnings momentarily present. A reset routine is provided to clear the types of alarms and warnings that are memorised (over-torque. View procedure: • Move the 3-position selector to either OFF or REMOTE.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 11. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt.

. Check the torque needed to operate the valve Check status of actuator and valve mechanical parts Check status of actuator and valve mechanical parts Wait until the motor cools down AVAILABLE CONTROLS Local only open ALARM RESET Remote only open ESD configuration dependent configuration dependent CLOSE CONTROL OPEN CONTROL OPEN CONTROL CLOSE CONTROL WHEN THERMOSTAT CLOSE CONTROL TEMPERATURE <90°C or >-40°C POSITION SIGNAL CORRECT SPEED SIGNAL CORRECT CLOSE CONTROL HIGH TORQUE IN OPENING only close only close JAMMED VALVE IN CLOSING JAMMED VALVE IN OPENING MOTOR THERMOSTAT only open only open only open only close only close only close not available not available configuration dependent INTERNALTEMPERATURE Ambient temperature too high not or too low. L2. available Verify insulation among actuator and heat source Replace position sensor or re-calibrate both stroke limits not available not available not available POSITION SENSOR Value of the actuator position not valid not available not available SPEED SENSOR Measure of motor speed not valid The valve does not move in presence of an open control and motor speed is 0 RPM The valve does not move in presence of a close control and motor speed is 0 RPM Main voltage lower than -20% or higher than+20% of the value stated in the name plate menu or wrong frequency The test routine reports a failure of K1 (coil or auxiliary contact) Replace speed sensor not available not available not available MID TRAVEL ALARM IN OP Check status of actuator and valve mechanical parts. L3 available with main voltage available with main voltage available with main voltage ALKALINE BATTERY OK LOST PHASE not available not available not available PHASE OK 84 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. Recalibrate both stroke limits. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 10. Recalibrate both stroke limits. Check status of actuator and valve mechanical parts. The alarm is generated in case of fault of one of the phases that supply the actuator transformer Check main power supply on terminals L1. Check that wires section is correct Check the contactor only close only close only close MID TRAVEL ALARM IN CL only open only open only open OPEN CONTROL MAIN VOLTAGE CORRECT Section 618/3 MAIN VOLTAGE not available not available not available K1 CONTACTOR opposite direction opposite direction opposite direction opposite direction not available CONTROL if ESD use K1 IN OPPOSITE contactor DIRECTION CONTROL not available if ESD use K2 IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION contactor not available K2 CONTACTOR The test routine reports a failure of K2 (coil or auxiliary contact) Check the contactor The checksum of the EEPROM CONFIGURATION memory that contains the ERROR configuration data is wrong The diagnostic program detects some malfunction in the electronics controlling the actuator Re-configure all parameters not available not available MEMORY OK HW ERROR The circuit is damaged. not available not available not available HW OK LOW ALKALINE BATTERY The voltage of the alkaline battery is too low (only detected if the alkaline battery is present and the Change alkaline battery relevant parameter of the miscellaneous routine is set to “present”) The alarm appears only with 3-phase main supply. L3. Change control card. L2. All rights reserved.1 ALARM TABLE DISPLAY MESSAGE HIGH TORQUE IN CLOSING CONDITION FOR ALARM Measured torque greater than the relevant value configured in torque set-up or stroke limits routine Measured torque greater than the relevant value configured in torque set-up or stroke limits routine No position change after receiving a CLOSE control and motor speed is 0 RPM No position change after receiving an OPEN control and motor speed is 0 RPM Motor thermostat open for high temperature in the motor windings Temperature inside the actuator enclosure higher than 90°C or lower than -40°C ACTION Operate the actuator in open direction. N Contents may change without notice. Check the torque needed to operate the valve Operate the actuator in close direction. Check main voltage supply and frequency on terminals L1.

2 WARNING TABLE DISPLAY MESSAGE HIGH TORQUE IN OP (NEAR MAX.) CONDITION FOR WARNING Measured torque 10% lower than the relevant value configured in torque set-up or stroke limits routines Measured torque 10% lower than the relevant value configured in torque set-up or stroke limits routines Temperature inside the actuator enclosure higher than 80°C or lower than -35°C Value of the main voltage out of the correct range (-15% or +10% of the value stated in the name plate menu) or wrong frequency Max. COMPANY Section 618/3 chapt. N 85 Section 618/3 .) CONTACTOR CYCLES Change contactor and reset operation log available available available CLEAR RECENT DATA LOG MAINTENANCE REQUEST Date of the next maintenance reached Perform maintenance and set next maintenance date available available available CHANGE DATE MOTOR CURRENT Motor current greater or lower than limits Check electrical motor available available available CURRENT OK WRONG STROKE LIMITS The routine that monitors the stroke limits detects a wrong end of travel condition Re-calibrate both stroke limits available available available RE-CALIBRATE BOTH STROKE LIMITS Contents may change without notice.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual 10. (NEAR LIMITS) Find the heat source and insulate the actuator available available available CONTROL TEMPERATURE >-35°C and <80°C MAIN VOLTAGE CORRECT MAIN VOLTAGE (NEAR LIMITS) Check section of wires and values of voltage and frequency available available available (MAX. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. All rights reserved. number of contactor cycles reached ACTION Check the torque necessary to move the valve AVAILABLE CONTROLS Local available ALARM RESET Remote available ESD available CLOSE CONTROL HIGH TORQUE IN CL (NEAR MAX.) Check the torque necessary to move the valve available available available OPEN CONTROL INTERNAL TEMP.

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A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual PARTS LIST AND DRAWINGS 1. Contents may change without notice. CHAPTER Important: O Important: When ordering spare parts. All rights reserved. Important: When ordering spare parts. Recommended spares are marked with this sign • on parts list. please indicate the serial number embossed on the actuator nameplate. O 89 Section 618/4 . © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. please refer to the marked part list items on the attached drawings. Introduction This section includes the drawings and parts list of each component and subassembly of ICON2000 actuators.

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ISO5210 Screw Bearing Position sensor shaft • Quad ring • Seal ring Position sensor flange Screw Position sensor Screw Column Power card Column Screw Processor card Display plate O-ring Local interface assembly Screw O-ring I/O card Terminal board Circlip Power terminals cover Screw Screw Terminals label O-ring Screw Terminal board cover • • • • • • • • • OPTIONAL 1 A 1 B • • • • Bus interface card Battery assembly Contents may change without notice. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 • Recommended spare parts Description Housing Lower bearing Hollow shaft Worm wheel Circlip Driver sleeve Driver sleeve spring Spring retaining ring • O-ring Upper bearing Quad ring Cover retaining ring Plug O-ring Cover plastic washer Cover Handwheel Oil plug Screw Bearing Worm shaft Taper bearing Quad ring O-ring Worm shaft flange Screw Seal ring Screw Electric motor assembly O-ring Motor cover Screw O-ring Oil plug Finger assembly Screw DU bush Shoulder washer Fork Shoulder washer Shoulder washer Lever assembly Spring washer Screw Earth stud Earth stud nut • Item 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Q. O 91 Section 618/4 .type A . © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Q. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt.ty 1 2 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 4 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 4 1 table 1 • Recommended spare parts Description Earth stud indication plate • Quad ring Thrust block assembly . All rights reserved.

“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 .Electric motor table 2 • Recommended spare parts • Section 618/4 Item 29. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt.8 Q.ty 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 Description Electric motor Speed magnetic sensor Speed magnetic card Rubber ring Screw Speed sensor cover Motor terminals board Screw • 92 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. All rights reserved. .2 29.3 29. O Contents may change without notice.6 29. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.1 29.5 29.4 29.Electric motor table 2 ICON2000 .7 29.

Finger assembly Item 35. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.7 Q. O 93 Section 618/4 .1 35.Finger assembly table 3 ICON2000 .ty 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 Description Cover Circlip Finger Pin Bending spring Bush Spring table 3 • Recommended spare parts Contents may change without notice.5 35.6 35.2 35. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. All rights reserved.4 35.3 35.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 .

1 42. O Contents may change without notice.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 .Lever assembly table 4 • Recommended spare parts Section 618/4 Item 42. All rights reserved.5 42.Lever assembly table 4 ICON2000 . COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt.3 42.ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Lever Key Shoulder washer Bearing Spring Retainer ring Pin • 94 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.2 42. .7 Q.6 42.4 42. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.

A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.5 49.3 49.1 49.7 49.4 49. All rights reserved.Thrust block assembly table 5 ICON2000 . O 95 Section 618/4 .ty 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 Description Thrust block housing O-ring Greaser Thrust washer Thrust bearing Stem nut Quad ring Lower ring nut table 5 • Recommended spare parts • • • Contents may change without notice.Thrust block assembly Item 49.8 Q.6 49.2 49.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 .

Position sensor assembly table 6 ICON2000 . .5 57. O Contents may change without notice.Position sensor assembly table 6 • Recommended spare parts • • Section 618/4 Item 57.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 .4 57.2 57.6 Q. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.ty 1 1 2 1 1 2 Description Cover Sensor card Bearing Magnetic disk Base Screw 96 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.3 57.1 57. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt. All rights reserved.

Local interface assembly table 7 ICON2000 .5 66. All rights reserved.2 66.1 66. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt.6 Q.Local interface assembly Item 66.ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Ball Spring O-ring Selector Screw Plug table 7 • Recommended spare parts • • • • • • Contents may change without notice.4 66.“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 . A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD. O 97 Section 618/4 .3 66. © Copyright by BIFFI Italia.

“ICON2000” instruction and operating manual ICON2000 . O Contents may change without notice. A !@#$ INTERNATIONAL LTD.Wiring loom and cables identification table 8 4 5 10 6 1 2 3 7 9 8 ICON2000 . .Wiring loom and cables identification Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Cable type Cab10 Cab15 Cab16 Cab27 Cab35 Cab28 Cab30 Cab20 Cab25 Cab17 table 8 Description • Recommended spare parts I/O remote cable Remote control supply cable Inlet power cable Motor power cable Speed sensor cable Thermostat cable Position sensor cable Internal controls cable Contactor controls cable Earth wire Section 618/4 98 © Copyright by BIFFI Italia. All rights reserved. COMPANY Section 618/4 chapt.

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