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Pneumatic Positioner

Type 3766

Fig. 1 · Type 3766 Pneumatic Positioner

Mounting and
Operating Instructions
EB 8355-1 EN
Edition November 2011

Safety instructions

Safety instructions

4 The positioner is to be mounted, started up or operated only by trained and

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experienced personnel familiar with the product.
According to these Mounting and Operating Instructions, trained personnel
refers to individuals who are able to judge the work they are assigned to
and recognize possible dangers due to their specialized training, their
knowledge and experience as well as their knowledge of the applicable
standards.
Explosion-protected versions of this positioner may only be operated by personnel who have undergone special training or instructions or who are authorized to work on explosion-protected devices in hazardous areas.
Any hazards that could be caused by the process medium, the operating
pressure, the signal pressure or by moving parts of the control valve are to
be prevented by means of the appropriate measures.
If inadmissible motions or forces are produced in the actuator as a result of
the supply pressure, the supply pressure must be restricted by means of a
suitable supply pressure reducing station.
Proper shipping and appropriate storage are assumed.

Note: The device with a CE marking fulfils the requirements of the Directives
94/9/EC (ATEX) and 2004/108/EC (EMC).
The declaration of conformity is available on request.

Note on modification:
Positioners with model index 3766-x...x.03 and higher are equipped with a
hinged cover without venting connection.
The required exhaust air connection is now included in the mounting accessories. If these positioners are mounted on older actuator models, make absolutely
sure that there is a vent connection. If necessary, replace the mounting accessories as well.

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Contents

Contents

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Design and principle of operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Versions (article code). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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Attachment to control valve . . . . . . . . . .
Direct attachment to Type 3277 Actuator . . . .
Attachment according to IEC 60534-6 . . . . .
Mounting sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presetting the travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attachment to rotary actuators . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the cam follower lever . . . . . . . .
Mounting the intermediate piece . . . . . . . .
Default setting of the cam disk . . . . . . . . .
Reversing amplifier for double-acting actuators .

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Pneumatic connections .
Pressure gauge . . . .
Supply pressure . . . .
Electrical connections .
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Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the positioner at the valve. . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the proportional band Xp and air delivery Q
Settings for actuator: "Actuator stem extends". . . . .
Settings for actuator: "Actuator stem retracts" . . . . .
Changing the operating direction . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the limit switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the position transmitter . . . . . . . . . . .

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Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Servicing explosion-protected devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Maintenance, calibration and work on equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . 42

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Test certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

EB 8355-1 EN

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Design and principle of operation

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Design and principle of
operation

The positioners ensure a fixed assignment
between the valve stem position (controlled
variable x) and the pneumatic or electric input signal (reference variable w). They compare the input signal received from the control unit with the travel of the control valve
and, issue the corresponding output signal
pressure pst (output variable).
The positioner consists of a lever for travel
pick-up, a measuring diaphragm and the
pneumatic control system with nozzle, diaphragm lever (flapper plate) and booster.
The positioner is designed either for direct
attachment to SAMSON Type 3277 Actuators or for attachment according to NAMUR
(IEC 60534-6-1) with an adapter housing.
The positioner can be additionally equipped
with either inductive limit switches and/or a
solenoid valve or a position transmitter.
The positioner operates according to the
force-balance principle. The valve travel, i.e.
the valve position, is transmitted to the
pick-up lever (1) over the pin (1.1) and determines the force of the measuring spring
(4). This force is compared to the positioning
force generated by the pressure pe at the
measuring diaphragm (5).
If either the control signal or the valve position changes, the diaphragm lever (3)
moves, altering the distance to the nozzle
(2.1 or 2.2), depending on the set operating
direction of the positioner.
The air is supplied to the booster (10) and
the pressure regulator (9). The controlled
supply air flows through the Xp restriction

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(8) and the nozzle (2.1, 2.2) to finally
stream on the diaphragm lever (flapper
plate). Any change in the reference variable
or the valve stem position cause the pressure
to change upstream or downstream of the
booster.
The air controlled by the booster (signal
pressure pst) flows through the volume restriction (11) to the pneumatic actuator,
causing the plug stem to move to a position
corresponding to the reference variable.
The adjustable Xp restriction (8) and volume
restriction Q (11) are used to optimize the
positioner control loop.
The pick-up lever (1) and the range spring
(4) must be selected to match the rated valve
travel and the nominal span of the reference
variable.
Positioner with inductive limit switches
In this version, the rotary shaft of the
positioner carries two adjustable tags which
actuate the built-in proximity switches.
Positioner with solenoid valve
When the positioner is equipped with a solenoid valve, the valve can be moved to the
fail-safe position regardless of the
positioner's output signal. If a control signal
corresponding to the binary signal '0' (off)
is applied to the input, the signal pressure
pst is shut off and the actuator is vented. The
actuator springs move the valve to its
fail-safe position. If a control signal corresponding to the binary signal '1' (on) is applied to the input, the signal pressure pst is
supplied to the actuator. The valve is in
closed-loop operation.

Design and principle of operation

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Pick-up lever
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Clamp
Nozzle >>
Nozzle <>
Diaphragm lever
Range spring
Measuring
diaphragm
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Span adjuster
Zero adjuster
Turnboard
Xp restriction
Pressure regulator
Booster
Volume restriction
Solenoid valve
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Fig. 2 · Functional diagram and inside view

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e. Versions (article code) Pneumatic positioner Type 3766- x x x 0 1 x x x x 1 x 0 x 0 Explosion protection Without II 2 G EEx ia IIC T6 acc. to ATEX 0 1 FM/CSA intrinsically safe/non incendive 3 Ex ia / Ex n I/IIC T6 IP 65 IECEx TSA Australia 6 II 3 G EEx nA II T6 acc. 1. to ATEX 2 8 Additional equipment Without 0 Limit switch.Design and principle of operation Positioner with position transmitter A positioner containing a position transmitter cannot be equipped with integrated limit switches or an integrated solenoid valve since the position transmitter requires most of the space inside.1 The position transmitter setting ensures that both end positions "valve CLOSED" or "valve OPEN" as well as all intermediate positions can be signalized. Since the valve position is signalized independently of the input signal to the positioner. The position transmitter is used to establish a certain relationship between the valve position. the position transmitter is a suitable option for checking the current valve position. the valve travel. inductive 2x SJ2 SN 2 (Analog position transmitter 4 to 20 mA * 6 0 3/2-way solenoid valve Without 6 0 6 V DC 2 12 V DC 3 24 V DC 4 EB 8355-1 EN 0) . i. and a controller output signal of 4 to 20 mA.

5 (nickel-plated brass) 2 1 3 Housing version Die-cast aluminum 0 Stainless steel (CrNiMo) 2 Temperature range Standard 0 Low temperature Tmin ³ –50 °C. blue (plastic) 1 0 0 M20 x 1. optional limit switches. black (plastic) 2 0 0 M20 x 1.G ¼ 2 Electrical connections Without (no additional equipment or solenoid valve) 0 0 0 0 Cable gland M20 x 1.5. solenoid valve 2 1 3 Special version Without GOST Ex approval 0Ex ia IIC T8 X 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 * Available until March 2011 Device functioning only as analog position transmitter: 3766-x60 000xxx00 000 0 EB 8355-1 EN 7 .5.Design and principle of operation Pneumatic positioner Type 3766- x x x 0 1 x x x x 1 x 0 x 0 Pneumatic connections ¼-18 NPT 1 ISO 228/1 .

to IEC 60534-6 (NAMUR) Opening angle Reference variable w 70°.5 mn³/h Permissible ambient temperature 2) Standard –20 to 80 °C: –40 to 80 °C: 8. 2 bar (29 psi) Auxiliary power 1.2 to 1 bar (3 to 15 psi) Span 0. 75° or 90° Signal range 0. pressure dew point: Class 3 or at least 10 K below the lowest ambient temperature to be expected Signal pressure pst (output) Can be limited between Characteristic Linear characteristic Deviation from terminal-based conformity: £ 1 % Hysteresis £ 0.0 mn³/h Actuator vented 4.5 % (proportional-action coefficient Kp: > 200 to 40) Air consumption Air delivery With 1.3 % Sensitivity £ 0.0 mn³/h Optional limit switches/solenoid valve/position transmitter with plastic cable gland Optional limit switches/solenoid valve with metal cable gland Low temperature version –50 to 80 °C: Optional limit switches/solenoid valve with metal cable gland The technical data of the test certificate also apply for explosion-protected versions.5 to 30 mm Direct attachment to Type 3277 Actuator 7. edition 2001-02 Max.4 and 6 bar Vibrations: None between 10 and 150 Hz and 4 g . 35 psi and 0 to 90 psi) Operating direction Reversible Proportional band Xp 0.5 bar and 0 to 6 bar (0 to approx.4 to 6 bar (20 to 90 psi) Air quality acc.8 bar (6 to 12 psi) Overloadable Supply air depending on the cam disk max. Influences 8 EB 8355-1 EN Temperature: £ 0.2 Technical data Type 3766 Positioner Travel range 7. 2. to ISO 8573-1.3 %/10 K Supply air: £ 1 % between 1.1 % 0 to approx.5 to 2.5 to 120 mm Attachment acc. Oil content: Class 3.4 bar supply air With 6 bar supply air £ 230 In/h £ 230 In/h 1) Actuator filled with air 3.4 to 0.5 mn³/h 14. particle size and density: Class 4.Design and principle of operation 1.

1 s £4s 0.2 to 1 bar £ 0.: 45 V 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) The position transmitter must only be connected to a certified instrinsically safe circuit 5) With lowest setting of pressure regulator The limits of the EC-Type Examination Certificate additionally apply DC voltage at –25 °C DC voltage at +80 °C e.5 s £5s Analog position transmitter 7) Output signal Two-wire circuit 4 to 20 mA Auxiliary power Min. EN 61000-6-3 and NAMUR Recommendation NE 21 Explosion protection Refer to article code or list of approvals in Data Sheet T 8355 EN Degree of protection IP 54 (special version IP 65) Weight Approx.5 s Available until March 2011 EB 8355-1 EN 9 .4 V ³ 9.14) In addition to that of the positioner: 'Off' £ 60 ln/h · 'On' £ 10 ln/h 1) Type 3277 Actuator 120 cm² 240 cm² 350 cm² 700 cm² 0.5 s £2s £ 2.6 V ³ 18.g.8 s £ 1. terminal voltage: 12 V. using a SAMSOMATIC Type 994-0103-KFD2-STC4-Ex1 Loop Isolator Actuator 120 cm² in all signal pressure ranges: £ 0.Design and principle of operation Electromagnetic compatibility Complying with requirements specified in EN 61000-6-2.2 V £ 2.0 V 28 V 25 V 32 V 5832 W 11714 W Signal 1 (safe pick-up) 4) Maximum permissible signal 2909 W Coil resistance Ri at 20 °C Air consumption in steady state Closing time for rated travel and signal pressure range (KVS 0.6 to 3 bar 6) £1s £ 1.5 s £ 0.7 V ³ 5.4 V £ 4.5 s £8s 0. 1 kg Additional equipment Limit switches Two inductive proximity switches Type SJ 2-SN Control circuit Ratings according to downstream transistor relay Hysteresis at rated travel £1% Solenoid valve Input Binary direct current signal Nominal signal 6 V DC 12 V DC 24 V DC Signal 0 (no pick-up) 3) £ 1. max.4 to 2 bar £ 0.

the device can also be attached to rotary actuators as a rotary positioner.2) to the actuator stem. the operating direction is indicated by symbols (direct >>. reverse action <> causes the signal pressure to increase. For an increasing input signal (reference variable). refer to the tables on the following pages for both the required mounting parts and their associated order numbers. This also applies when the reference variable decreases: direct action >> causes the signal pressure to decrease.g. i. . The turnboard (7 in Fig. Do not remove the protective cover on the back of the positioner before actually starting to attach the positioner. If the required operating direction does not correspond to the visible symbol. Screw the clamp (1. 3. turn the board by 180° and refasten the turnboard with the screw. reverse <>).1 Direct attachment to Type 3277 Actuator Required accessories are listed in Tables 1 to 4 on page 14. remove the fastening screw at the turnboard.e. the adjusted operating direction and the associated symbol become visible. the signal pressure pst can either be increasing (direct action >>) or decreasing (reverse action <>). 1. As the positioner is also available as a basic unit without accessory equipment. e. 4 and 6. On the turnboard (7). >> or <>. Mounting position and operating direction The operating direction of the positioner also determines its mounting position on the actuator as illustrated in Figs. the positioner's mounting position must be changed accordingly. When combined with an intermediate piece. or if you want to change the operating direction. Make sure the three rubber gaskets inserted in the housing remain in position. reversing the operating direction of the positioner control loop or changing the actuator from “Actuator stem extends” to “Actuator stem retracts” or vice versa. 2. 2) at the positioner must be mounted correspondingly.Attachment to control valve 2 Attachment to control valve The positioner is attached either directly to SAMSON Type 3277 Actuator or to valves with cast yokes or with rod-type yokes in accordance with IEC 60534-6-1 (NAMUR). 10 EB 8355-1 EN Depending on the position of the turnboard. The attachment of the positioner either on the left or right side of the actuator (always looking at the signal pressure connection or switchover plate) is determined by the required operating direction of the positioner. NOTICE When any subsequent changes are made. Make sure that the fastening screw is located in the groove of the actuator stem.

direction >> Attachment left Connection block Op. direction <> Attachment right Tip of gasket (16) Actuator stem retracts Signal pressure connection over piping Op. 3 · Mounting position and connections of Type 3277 (top) and Type 3277-5 120 cm 2 (bottom) Actuators EB 8355-1 EN 11 . direction <> Attachment left With gasket (new) Operating direction >> Attachment right Side view of connection block With switch plate (old) Cover plate Actuator stem extends Marking Switch plate (13) Actuator stem retracts Gasket (16) Switchover plate Signal pressure input for attachment Signal pressure input for attachment left Actuator stem extends >> Operating direction <> Attachment left Attachment right Actuator stem retracts <> Operating direction >> Attachment left Attachment right Seal with filter Symbol Marking Fig.Attachment to control valve Actuator stem extends Internal signal pressure connection Op.

" If necessary. Actuators with "Actuator stem retracts" require the ready-made signal pressure line to be installed.Attachment to control valve 2. 3. The old connection block version requires the switch plate (13) to be turned such that the corresponding actuator symbol points to the marking. Mount the positioner such that the bore in the distance plate (15) mates with the seal in the bore of the actuator yoke. 5. Attach the positioner such that the lever D1 or D2 slides centrically over the pin (1. The switchover plate (Figs. 9. 7. 6. 350 and 700 cm² diaphragm area 7. Place the connection block with its seals on the positioner and the actuator yoke and screw tight using the fastening 12 EB 8355-1 EN screw. Remove the screw in the rear cover of the positioner (Fig. 3 and 4) is not used. 5) and seal the side signal pressure output with the plug contained in the accessories kit. 3 and 4.2). the signal pressure must be transmitted from the signal pressure output to the actuator over an additional connecting plate (Table 2). 8. Screw the positioner to the distance plate (15). Range spring 1 is installed as standard.1) of the clamp (1. 4. Align the switchover plate with the corresponding symbol and fasten it to the actuator yoke. use piping (Table 3) to connect the spring chamber (with version "Actuator stem extends") to the connection block. If necessary. remove the plug from the connection block. 8. Filling the actuator with air If the spring chamber of the actuator must be filled with the positioner's exhaust air. Actuators with 240. remove the three fixing screws and the cover. middle) is positioned to match the actuator symbol that corresponds to the actuator's fail-safe action "Actuator stem extends" or "Actuator stem retracts. Make sure that the tip of the gasket (16) projecting from the side of the connection block (Fig. Screw the associated lever D1 or D2 (for 700 cm² actuator) to the pick-up lever of the positioner. Actuators with 120 cm² diaphragm area The signal pressure is transmitted to the diaphragm chamber over the switchover plate (Figs. To do so. 3. NOTICE When a solenoid valve or a similar device is attached to the 120 cm² actuator in addition to the positioner. Check whether the correct measuring spring has been installed as listed in Table 4. In this case. replace it with range spring 2 included in the accessories and fix it at the outer slot. Mount the cover (16). Reposition the gasket (16) turned by 180°. . Fasten the distance plate (15) with the seal pointing towards the actuator yoke. do not remove the rear M3 screw plug. bottom).

2 D2 D1 Cover Attachment left Attachment right Looking onto the signal pressure connection Distance plate (15) Vent plug must point downward when valve is installed Type 3277-5 with 120 cm² Clamp (1.2) Signal pressure bore Switchover plate Fig. 15 Vent plug Type 3277 with 240. 4 · Mounting the clamp EB 8355-1 EN 13 . an internal bore hole ensures that the spring chamber is filled with air. the side cover of the actuator must be mounted such that the vent plug points downward.Attachment to control valve For version "Actuator stem retracts" and Type 3277-5 Actuators with an effective diaphragm area of 120 cm². NOTICE When the valve is installed. 350 or 700 cm² 1.

Table 2 Swichover plate for actuators 120 cm² Swichover plate new Connecting plate for additional attachment of. 1400-6444 1400-6445 1400-6446 1400-6447 1400-6448 700 Stainless steel 1400-6449 Travel [mm] Actuator size [cm²] Order no. steel/Brass 1400-6950 Stainl.5 coils.g. 7.00 (old) 1400-6819 Actuator 3277-5xxxxxx.00 (old). G 18 Actuator 3277-5xxxxxx. 1400-6790 1400-6791 D1 (33 mm long with 17-mm-high clamp) 240 and 350 1400-6370 D2 (44 mm long with 13-mm-high clamp) 700 1400-6371 Order no. 18 NPT 1400-6820 1400-6821 Actuator 3277-5xxxxxx.00 (old). Accessories Pressure gauge build-on block (only for 120 cm2) Pressure gauge kit for supply pressure and signal pressure Stainl.Attachment to control valve Mounting kit Table 1 Required lever with associated clamp and distance plate Actuator size [cm²] D1 with vent plug for output (38) Connecting thread G¼ 120 ¼ NPT Order no. Connection block required for actuators with 240. steel/St. replaces the vent plug and increases the degree of protection to IP 65 1790-7408 Assortment of spare parts including seals and diaphragms 1400-9895 14 EB 8355-1 EN .01 or higher (new) 1400-6823 Note! Only the new switchover and connecting plates can be used for new actuators (model index 01). e. 240 and 350 1400-6442 2 15 700 1400-6443 1 30 700 1400-6442 G¼ 1400-7458 ¼ NPT 1400-7459 2 (4.5 coils) 1 (9.01 or higher (new) 1400-6822 Actuator 3277-5xxxxxx. steel 1400-6951 Filter check valve. 240 1400-6443 10 to 15 120. installed as standard) Order no. 350 and 700 cm 2 diaphragm area (including seals and fastening screw) Material Table 3 Piping required including screw fitting For actuator: “Actuator stem retracts“ or when the top diaphragm case is filled with exhaust air from the positioner Table 4 · Range spring required G¼ 1400-8819 ¼ NPT 1400-8812 Actuator size [cm²] Steel 240 Stainless steel Steel 350 Stainless steel Steel Order no.5 120. a solenoid valve Connecting plate new Actuator 3277-5xxxxxx. Old and new plates cannot be interchanged.

direction >> Reverse op.2 Attachment according to IEC 60534-6 Note: Required mounting parts are listed in Table 5. Turn the positioner at the adapter housing by 180° to set or change the operating direction of the positioner/control valve unit. direction <> 20 Input Output and supply Input Actuator with fail-safe action “Actuator stem retracts” (FE) Direct op. 5 · Installing the spring on the back of the housing The positioner can be attached either to the left or the right of the control valve (Figs. direction <> Direct op. 5 to ensure that the pin (27a) is properly located in the bracket (28). 6 · Attachment to the left or right of the valve when NAMUR attachment is used EB 8355-1 EN 15 . direction >> Reverse op. Spring Plug screw Fig. 7) is required for NAMUR attachment.Attachment to control valve 2. actuator facing upward (see also Fig. Fix the spring included in the accessories at the back of the positioner housing as illustrated in Fig. direction <> 20 Output and supply Input Output and supply Fig. 6 and 7). direction <> Direct op. An adapter housing (Fig. The valve travel is transmitted over the lever (18) and shaft (25) to the bracket (28) of the adapter housing and then passed on to the pin (27a) located on the positioner lever. The rated travel of the valve determines which lever and range spring (Table 6) are required. 7) Actuator with fail-safe action “Actuator stem extends” (FA) Direct op. Attachment left Attachment right Mounting position on the plate looking onto the travel pick-up (20). direction >> Reverse op. direction >> Reverse op.

Screw the studs (29) into the adapter housing. For 2100 and 2800 cm² actuators. 4. 6) of the plug stem and fasten it with the nuts (31). use an additional mounting bracket (32). 6) using a hexagon screw. Adjust positioner as described in section 4. Control valve with cast yoke 1. Fasten the clamp (22) tightly in this position using the screw (23). . Fasten the housing to the left or right side of the NAMUR rib (as shown in Fig. 7. 4. 7. Screw the plate (20) to the follower clamp of the plug stem. 5. Screw the plate (20) to the stem connector connecting the actuator and plug stems using countersunk screws. CAUTION! The pin must not slip out of the bracket once it has been installed. 6.Attachment to control valve 2. Plug the lever (18) together with the clamping plate (22) on the shaft (25). 2. 3. Observe the mounting position A or B according to Table 6 and Fig. 2. Screw the pin (19) into the center row of holes in the plate (20) and lock it in a position approximately above the correct lever marking (1 to 2) as in Table 6. 7.1) using the outer slot. 2.2 Presetting the travel 1. Make sure that the pin (27a) rests against the bracket (28) and screw it tight. Remove the rubber plug from inside the adapter housing.1 Mounting sequence Choose the required mounting parts and range spring from Table 4 or 5 and install them as illustrated in Fig.1. Control valve with rod-type yoke 1. The clip must clasp the pin (19). Attach the clip (21) to the lever (18). Make sure that the lever (18) to be mounted subsequently is in horizontal position when the valve is at mid-travel. If the actuator is attached with its air connection pointing to the front (Fig. the 16 EB 8355-1 EN clip must be attached to the lever (18) with the open side pointing downward. observing the operating direction.2. Screw in the pin (27a) at the positioner lever on the side of the insert nut and secure it with a hex nut (27b) on the opposite side. 3. Adjust the shaft (25) in the adapter housing such that the black pointer (24) matches the cast mark on the adapter housing. Place the housing with the mounting plate (30) on either the right or left side (Fig.2. Move the valve to 50 % travel. 5. Hang the required range spring (Table 6) between the diaphragm lever (3) and span adjuster screw (6. 6). 2. Place the positioner on the adapter housing. 6.

7 · Attachment according to IEC 60534-6 (NAMUR) EB 8355-1 EN 17 .Attachment to control valve Mounting position 27b 26 A B Attachment to NAMUR rib 27a 28 1 24 25 22 23 19 2 1. N2 Pin Plate Clip Clamping plate Screw Pointer Shaft Lever of the positioner Pin Lock nut Bracket Studs Plate Nuts Mounting bracket Attachment to rod-type yoke 31 29 30 20 19 Fig.5 21 20 18 32 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27a 27b 28 29 30 31 32 Lever N1.

to Table 6 Range spring 1 (9. Accessories Pressure gauge build-on block Pressure gauge kit Stainless steel/Brass 1400-6950 Stainless steel/Stainless steel 1400-6951 Filter check valve. rod diameter [mm] N2 (212 mm) 1400-6789 20 to 25 N1 1400-6436 20 to 25 N2 1400-6437 25 to 30 N1 1400-6438 25 to 30 N2 1400-6439 30 to 35 N1 1400-6440 30 to 35 N2 1400-6441 Attachment to Fisher and Masoneilan linear actuators (one each of both mounting kits is required per actuator) 1400-6771 and 1400-6787 Additional range spring acc.5 to 120 Table 5 NAMUR mounting kit Refer to Fig.5 15 1 2 Distance pin/fulcrum of the lever With lever 15 30 30 60 30 1 2 1 2 1 60 60 120 2 1 2 42 to 84 mm 84 to 168 mm N1 (125 mm long) N2 (212 mm long) Pin (27a) on position A A B A B Range spring required (see Table 5) 2 1 1 1 1 * Intermediate values must be interpolated 18 EB 8355-1 EN . Valve with cast yoke 7. 7 concerning parts Valve with rod-type yoke. replaces the vent plug and increases the degree of protection to IP 65 1790-7408 Assortment of spare parts including seals and diaphragms 1400-9895 Table 6 Travel [mm]* Pin on marking* 7.5 coils) 1400-6442 1400-6443 G¼ 1400-7458 ¼ NPT 1400-7459 Order no.Attachment to control valve Control valve Travel [mm] With lever Order no.5 to 60 N1 (125 mm) 1400-6787 22. installed as standard) Range spring 2 (4.5 coils.

also for Type 3310 1400-6664 Equal percentage basic characteristic 3 (0050-0073). including range spring 2. level 1 1400-8815 SAMSON Type 3278 Actuator 160 cm² 1400-7103 VETEC Type S 320 cm² 1400-7104 VETEC Type R R 100 to R 250 1400-7117 Attachment to Masoneilan actuators Camflex I. The rotary motion of these actuators is converted into a linear motion required by the pneumatic control unit of the positioner using the cam disk of the actuator shaft and a cam follower roll on the positioner lever. Range spring required Standard operation of reference variable. to VDI/VDE 3845 (September 2010). replaces the vent plug and increases the degree of protection to IP 65 1790-7408 Assortment of spare parts including seals and diaphragms 1400-9895 EB 8355-1 EN 19 .3 Attachment to rotary actuators The positioner can also be attached to rotary actuators according to VDI/VDE 3845 (September 2010) when the mounting kits and accessories listed in Table 7 are used. DN 25 to 100 1400-7118 Camflex I. Cam disk with accessories Linear basic characteristic 3) (0050-0072). angle 0 to 70°. Camflex) set to between 0 and 55° 1400-6638 1) Linearizes the flow characteristic 2) Creates an equal percentage flow characteristic 3) Based on opening angle Order no.5 coils) 1400-6443 Split-range operation. range spring 1 (9. Table 7 · Complete mounting parts. angle 0 to 70°. op. for control butterfly valves 1400-6774 Equal percentage 2) (0050-0081). steel 1400-6951 Filter check valve. angle 0 to 70°. op. op. Accessories Pressure gauge build-on block Pressure gauge kit G¼ 1400-7458 ¼ NPT 1400-7459 St. opening angle 0 to 90° 1400-6665 Linear 1) (0050-0080). for control butterfly valves 1400-6775 Linear 1) (0050-0074. Attachment acc. DN 125 to 250 1400-7119 Camflex II 1400-7120 Order no. opening angle 0 to 75° 1400-6666 Equal percentage 2) (0050-0075.Attachment to control valve 2. range spring 2 (4. but excluding the cam disk Order no.5 coils. VETEC). installed as standard) 1400-6442 Order no. steel/Brass 1400-6950 St. Camflex) set to between 0 and 55° 1400-6637 Equal percentage 2) (0059-0008. VETEC). opening angle 0 to 75° 1400-6667 Linear 1) (0059-0007. steel/St.

Align the cam disk (40) and scale (39) as described in section 2. fix the spring contained in the accessories kit 20 EB 8355-1 EN (order no.2). the pressure regulator (9. 1400-6660) at the back of the positioner housing (see Fig. Align the intermediate piece to ensure that the air connections of the positioner point towards the diaphragm housing.3. Additional piping is not required. 5). 2. Attach the intermediate piece (34) to the actuator housing using two screws. the reverse side of the diaphragm can be filled with air over a pipe connection installed between the actuator and the intermediate piece. the actuator's inside and the unused reverse side of the diaphragm are filled with the positioner's exhaust air. 2) must be turned clockwise as far as it will go (also see section 3.3 and fasten with screws. 44. Actuators according to VDI/VDE 3845 (September 2010) (fixing level 1) 1. . Align the cam disk (40) and scale (39) as described in section 2. 2. When attaching the positioner to actuators from other manufacturers (Fig. Place the lever with the cam follower roll (35) on the side of the feedback lever (37) opposite the insert nuts. 45 and 42) onto the mounting bracket that came with the actuator and fasten with screws.3.1 Mounting the cam follower lever 1. When using a reversing amplifier. When attaching the positioner to the SAMSON Type 3278 Rotary Actuator (Fig.1.3. left). 3. 2. right). Place the complete intermediate piece (34.3 and fasten with screws.2 Mounting the intermediate piece SAMSON Type 3278 Actuator 1. Screw the adapter (36) to the free end of the actuator shaft. 8. 2.4).3. NOTICE To ensure a close physical contact between the cam follower roll and the cam disk.3. Fasten with the supplied screws (38) and washers. Double-acting springless rotary actuators require the use of a reversing amplifier on the connection side of the positioner housing (see section 2. Fig.Attachment to control valve NOTICE Use the correct range spring (1 or 2)! Range spring 1 is installed as standard. 8.

to VDI/VDE 3845 (September 2010) 40 39 40 Vent plug or filter check valve 34 34 36 44 45 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Positioner Intermediate piece Lever with cam follower roll Adapter Feedback lever Screws Scale Cam disk Actuator shaft Plate Mounting bracket Coupling Seal 42 43 Fig. 8 · Attachment to rotary actuators EB 8355-1 EN 21 .Attachment to control valve 33 Attachment to SAMSON Type 3278 37 39 35 38 Attachment acc.

Fig. 9 illustrates a control valve assembly with a spring-loaded rotary actuator that opens counterclockwise. whether the valve opens or closes when the reference variable increases (direct >> or reverse <>). it is therefore necessary to apply the maximum supply pressure to the actuator before aligning the cam disk. NOTICE Cam disks tailored to the special characteristic of a valve cause the valve to open in a non-linear or non-equal percentage way. The cam disk must be set when the valve is closed. NOTICE Make sure the 0° position of the scale always corresponds to CLOSED position. either marked N (standard characteristic) or I (reverse characteristic). NOTICE The starting point (bore) of the selected cam section must be aligned with the fulcrum of the cam disk. . 9 and 10 show linear cam disks. and the arrow symbol on the inspection glass. Depending on the operating direction of the rotary actuator – signal pressure opens or closes the valve – the starting point of the cam. turn over the cam disk. either counterclockwise or clockwise. i. Each cam disk carries two cam sections whose starting points are indicated by small bores.3.Attachment to control valve 2. Figs. must 22 EB 8355-1 EN point towards the cam follower roll. When the starting point is located on the back of the cam disk. The direction of rotation. For actuators with fail-safe position "Valve OPEN" and for springless actuators. Use the turnboard (7) to adjust the operating direction of the positioner.e. The arrangement of the springs in the actuator determines the fail-safe position of the valve.3 Default setting of the cam disk The valve model used determines the default setting of the cam disk. the 0° position of the scale. the doublesided scale disk must be clipped on the cam disk such that the value on the scale corresponds to the control valve's direction of rotation. Fig. 10 shows how to adjust the cam disk when a double-acting springless rotary actuator is used. The visible difference between the set point (4 to 20 mA) and the actual value (opening angle) does not constitute a system deviation of the positioner. When aligning the cam disk. depends on the actuator and valve model used.

but with the cam disk turning clockwise. the cam disk must be turned over so that the cam follower roll moves over the same disk segments as shown in the figures below.Attachment to control valve Single-acting spring-loaded rotary actuator Linear cam disk (equal percentage cam disk is represented by a broken and dotted line) Valve opens counterclockwise For valves that open clockwise. 9 · Setting the cam disk for single-acting rotary actuators EB 8355-1 EN 23 . Fail-safe position: Valve CLOSED without supply air Direct operating direction >> Reversible operating direction <> Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic increases increases opens N decreases increases opens I Cam follower roll Starting point N Holes to secure the cam disk Starting point I 90˚ 90˚ 60 ˚ ˚ 60 30 ˚ 30 Insert clip and press tongue outwards 0˚ ˚ 0˚ Fail-safe position: Valve OPEN without supply air Direct operating direction >> Reversible operating direction <> Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic decreases decreases opens I increases decreases opens N Cam follower roll Starting point I Starting point N 90˚ 90˚ ˚ 60 ˚ 60 30 ˚ 30 ˚ 0˚ 0˚ Position at max. signal pressure Fig.

A2 decreases opens I Starting point I Cam follower roll Starting point N 90˚ 90˚ Holes to secure the cam disk 60 ˚ ˚ 60 30 ˚ 0˚ Insert clip and press tongue outwards 30 ˚ 0˚ View from the positioner onto the actuator shaft Valve opens clockwise – Starting position: valve CLOSED Direct operating direction >> Reversible operating direction <> Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic increases A1 increases. A2 decreases opens N decreases A1 increases.Attachment to control valve Double-acting springless rotary actuator with reversing amplifier Linear cam disk (equal percentage cam disk is represented by a broken and dotted line) View from the positioner onto the actuator shaft Valve opens counterclockwise – Starting position: valve CLOSED Direct operating direction >> Reversible operating direction <> Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic Reference variable Signal pressure Valve Characteristic increases A1 increases. A2 decreases opens I 60˚ 60˚ 90˚ 90˚ Starting point I Cam follower roll Starting point N 0˚ ˚ 30 Fig. 10 · Setting the cam disk for double-acting actuators 24 EB 8355-1 EN 0˚ ˚ 30 . A2 decreases opens N decreases A1 increases.

EB 8355-1 EN 25 . Select a suitable hole to install the pin. Four bore holes are located centrically around the center hole on the cam disk.Attachment to control valve Securing the aligned cam disk To additionally prevent the cam disk from being turned. drill a hole into the adapter (36) or the coupling (44) and install a 2 mm dowel pin.

Thread the special nuts (1. 11 remains unchanged.4 Reversing amplifier for double-acting actuators For the use with double-acting actuators.3.1.2) into the recess of the reversing amplifier and push both the special hollow screws (1. 2) is turned as far as it will go in the clockwise direction. Place the reversing amplifier onto the positioner and screw tight using both the special screws (1. .1).Attachment to control valve 2. Mounting Note: Remove the sealing plug (1. A2: Connect output A2 to the signal pressure connection on the actuator that closes the valve when the pressure increases. make sure that the adjuster of the pressure regulator (9 in Fig. Insert the gasket (1. Signal pressure connections A1: Connect output A1 to the signal pressure connection on the actuator that opens the valve when the pressure increases. 3. 1079-1118 or 1079-1119) is used. The rubber seal (1. Pressure gauge attachment The mounting sequence shown in Fig. An opposing pressure. 1079-1118 or 1079-1119 If a different reversing amplifier (item no.3) from the accessories of the reversing amplifier into the threaded holes of the positioner.4) must remain installed. Refer also to section 3. the positioner must be fitted with a reversing amplifier. is applied at output A2. Pressure gauge bracket: G ¼ 1400-7106 ¼ NPT 1400-7107 Pressure gauges for supply air Z and output A1 as listed in Tables 4. which equals the required supply pressure when added to the pressure at A1. 5 and 7. On using the reversing amplifier. 2. The rule A1 + A2 = Z applies.5) before installing the reversing amplifier.2. Screw a pressure gauge bracket onto the connections A1 and Z. 26 EB 8355-1 EN 1. Type 3710 Refer to the Mounting and Operating Instructions EB 8392 EN for the mounting of the SAMSON Type 3710 Reversing Amplifier.1) into the connecting boreholes A1 and Z. follow the mounting instructions described below: The output signal pressure of the positioner is supplied at the output A1 of the reversing amplifier.

1 1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.1 1.5 A1 1.3 1.6 Fig.3 1.4 1.6 A2 Supply 9 Reversing amplifier Special screws Gasket Special nuts Rubber seal Sealing plug Z Output 38 1 1.1 1. 11 · Mounting a reversing amplifier EB 8355-1 EN 27 .2 1.5 1.Attachment to control valve Output 38 Supply 9 A1 From the positioner Z A2 A1 Control signals to the actuator 1.2 1.

1 Pneumatic connections The pneumatic connections are designed as tapped holes with ¼ NPT or G ¼ thread. 02 or lower. For direct positioner attachment. FA (actuator stem extends) or FE (actuator stem retracts) or a symbol indicates the operating direction. Always observe the maintenance instructions applicable to the connected pressure reducing stations. The required parts are listed as accessories in Tables 4. The conventional male connections for metal and copper pipes (or plastic hoses) can be used.. i.Connections 3 Connections 3. Blow out air lines thoroughly before connecting them. ...x.x. 5 or 7.1. When attaching the Type 3277 Actuator directly. the signal pressure connection is fixed. 3. the vent plug is located on the plastic cover of the actuator. Actuator stem extends (FA): Fail-safe position "Valve CLOSED" (for globe and angle valves) Required supply pressure = Upper bench range value + 0.03 or higher are equipped with a hinged cover without a vent connection. minimum 1. we recommend to install pressure gauges for the supply air and the signal pressure. The bench range is written on the nameplate as spring range or signal pressure range depending on the type of actuator. When using NAMUR attachment.e. 3.2 bar. mounting parts will have to be replaced as well. NOTICE The supply air must be dry and free of any oil and dust. for NAMUR attachment.1. and for attachment to rotary actuators the vent plug can be 28 EB 8355-1 EN found on the intermediate piece or the reversing amplifier. the signal pressure line is connected to either the upper or lower diaphragm chamber of the actuator depending on the actuator's fail-safe action.2 Supply pressure The required supply pressure is determined by the bench range and the operating direction (fail-safe action) of the actuator. Exhaust air Positioners with model index 3766-x.. it is located on the adapter housing.4 bar. The required exhaust air connection for these models are now included in the mounting accessories. Note: When using older models with index 3766-x.1 Pressure gauge To monitor the positioner. "Actuator stem retracts" or "Actuator stem extends".

If the signal pressure must not exceed a certain value. the pressure regulator (9) can be continuously adjusted. – The maximum permissible values specified in the national EC type examination certificates apply when interconnecting intrinsically safe electrical equipment (Ui or Uo. signal pressures for spring ranges up to 6. Versions with position transmitter do not permit the connection of this additional equipment. When the adjuster is turned counterclockwise as far as it will go. Ii or Io. selection and erection (or VDE 0165 Part 1).Connections Actuator stem retracts (FE): Fail-safe position "Valve OPEN" (for globe and angle valves) The required supply pressure for a tight-closing valve is roughly estimated from the maximum signal pressure pstmax: d ² × p × Dp [bar] pstmax = F + 4×A d = Seat diameter [cm] Dp = Differential pressure at the valve [bar] A = Actuator diaphragm area [cm²] F = Upper range value of the actuator In the absence of such specifications.2 Electrical connections DANGER! Risk of electric shock and/or the formation of an explosive atmosphere! – For electrical installation. and Li or Lo). Depending on the version use. observe the relevant electrotechnical regulations and the accident prevention regulations that apply in the country of use.5 bar are controlled. signal pressures for spring ranges up to 2. When the adjuster is turned clockwise all the way. NOTICE – Adhere to the terminal assignment! – Switching the assignment of the electrical terminals may cause the explosion protection to become ineffective! – Do not loosen enameled screws in or on the housing. Pi or Po. the positioner is equipped with inductive limit switches and/or a solenoid valve. proceed as follows: Required supply pressure = Upper bench range value + 1 bar Pressure regulator After tilting the cover plate back. – The following regulations apply to mounting and installation in hazardous areas: EN 60079-14: 2008 Explosive atmospheres – Part 14: Electrical installations design. 3. this limit can be adjusted using a pressure gauge (accessories). EB 8355-1 EN 29 . Ci or Co.0 bar are controlled.

In particular. The usual supply voltage is 24 V DC. Equipment for use in zone 2/zone 22 In equipment operated with type of protection Ex nA II (non-sparking equipment) according to EN 60079-15: 2003. Seal cable entries left unused with plugs. the radial thickness of the conductor insulation for common insulation materials. The diameter of an individual wire in a fine-stranded conductor must not be smaller than 0.Connections The position transmitter is operated on a two-wire circuit. circuits may be connected. On the rear Ei (B) A /A +11 –12 +41 –42 30 EB 8355-1 EN Ei (A) B +51 –52 Switching amplifier acc. Devices used at ambient temperatures below –20 °C must be fitted with metal cable glands. to EN 60947-5-6 Fig. When two separate cables are used for con- nection. Equipment connected to energy-limited circuits with type of protection Ex nL (energy-limited equipment) according to EN 60079-15: 2003 may be switched under normal operating conditions.2. only for position transmitter .2 mm. Considering the resistance of the supply leads. Selecting cables and wires: Observe Clause 12 of EN 60079-14: 2008 (VDE 0165 Part 1) when installing intrinsically safe circuits. 12 · Electrical connections Version with position transmitter /A +81 –82 + – 6 to 24 V DC solenoid valve +11 –12 G Ei +31 –32 A + – Voltage supply for transmitter. maintenance or repair.2. the voltage at the position transmitter terminals can be between 12 and 45 V DC. For terminal assignment. such as polyethylene. refer to Fig. The maximum permissible values specified in the Statement of Conformity or its addenda apply when interconnecting the equipment with energy-limited circuits in type of protection Ex nL IIC.7 applies when running multi-core cables containing more than one intrinsically safe circuit. e. Protect the conductor ends against splicing.g. interrupted or switched while energized only during installation. must have a minimum radial thickness of 0. 12 or the label on the terminal strip. an additional cable gland can be installed. The Subclause 12.1 mm. by using wire-end ferrules.

1 Switching amplifier For operation of the limit switches.2. 1400-6986 Nickel-plated brass Order no. the relevant regulations must be observed.5 to NPT: Aluminum. switching amplifiers must be connected in the output circuit. powder-coated 0310-2149 3. EB 8355-1 EN 31 . 1890-4875 Adapter M20 x 1. To ensure the operating reliability of the positioner. the amplifiers should comply with the limit values of the output circuits conforming to NAMUR. 1400-6985 Blue plastic Order no. If the positioner is to be installed in hazardous areas.Connections Accessories Cable gland M20 x 1.5 Black plastic Order no.

2 Valve 1 0.6 1 bar Dead band Fig. the valve must pass through its entire travel range from 0 to 100 % (Fig. In split-range operation (Fig. the control valves operate on smaller reference variables. 13. The reference variable range and thus the upper range value determine the travel of the valve.2 Reference variable Input signal 100% <> 1 bar << Open Travel Closed 0% Valve 2 0.6 bar.1). allow for a dead band of ±0. For rotary positioners. this starting point can be represented by either the lower or upper range value (0. dividing it such that the valves pass through their entire travel range at half the input signal range each (e. The starting point (zero) is adjusted at the zero adjuster screw (6. for example. 32 EB 8355-1 EN 100% <> Open << Travel Closed 0% 0. an opening angle.2 or 1 bar) of the reference variable. 0 to 70° must be assigned to the reference variable. Depending on the actuator version (Actuator stem extends or Actuator stem retracts) and the operating direction of the positioner (>> or <>). bottom).Operation 4 Operation 4. With a reference variable.2 to 0.1 Setting the positioner at the valve Starting point and reference variable When adjusting the positioner directly at the control valve. When adjusting. The controller output signal is used to control two control valves.6 to 1 bar). 13. left). the upper range value. To avoid overlapping. second valve set to 0. for example. 4 to 20 mA.e.g.05 bar as shown in Fig. the span.2). first valve set to 0. the travel (opening angle) must be adapted to the reference variable. 13 · Normal and split-range operation . The starting point refers to CLOSED position of the valve. 13. i. is adjusted at the span adjuster screw (6. connect a suitable pressure adjuster to the signal input and apply supply pressure to the supply air input.

2. the plug stem must stand still. Once the starting point has been set. As a result. 5.23 bar for direct operating direction <<.97 bar. Close the volume restriction Q (11) as far as the required positioning speed permits. 4. The Xp value is to be adjusted to be as small as possible. Turn the zero adjuster (6. Upper range value (e.2 Settings for actuator: "Actuator stem extends" NOTICE To ensure that the valve can be closed with full force. push the diaphragm lever (3) as far it will go. Turn the zero adjuster (6. Starting point (e. Use the pressure adjuster to set the input signal to 0. Shut off the input signal and slowly increase it again. Check whether the valve starts to move at exactly 0.1. for reverse operating direction <>. adjust the input signal to a slightly reduced starting point of 0.1 Adjusting the proportional band Xp and air delivery Q 1. 3.2). Use the adjuster (8) to set the proportional band Xp to a medium value (½ turn).2 bar. At exactly 1 bar.1. mid-travel. 1 bar) 1. Later modifications shift the zero point! 4.2) until the valve just starts to move from its initial position. Correct any deviation at the zero adjuster (6.23 bar.2) until the valve has reached approx. 3. adjust the input signal to a slightly increased starting point of 0. having passed through 100 % travel (watch the travel indicator at the valve).23 bar) 1. 0.g. 50 % of its range. Adjust the reference variable at the input to approx. without considerable overshooting occurring. increase the input signal to 1 bar using the pressure adjuster. To check. Check the valve's tendency to hunt and the positioning speed by briefly tapping the diaphragm lever (3). Note: Always adjust the Xp restriction before setting the starting point.g.Operation 4. 2. fully vent the diaphragm chamber when the reference variable reaches its lower (operating direction <<) and upper (operating direction <>) value. EB 8355-1 EN 33 .

2.2. 3.2) until the valve just starts to move from its initial position. At exactly 0.2 bar) 1. 34 EB 8355-1 EN Starting point (e. In split-range operation. After correction has been completed.g. Four turns correspond to a travel change of 10 % in standard operation. Check the starting point and the upper range value. Turn the adjuster clockwise to reduce the travel and counterclockwise to increase it.2 bar using the pressure adjuster.1. Turning the adjuster counterclockwise causes the valve to move from its end position earlier.2 bar. In split-range operation. 2. Turn the zero adjuster (6.2) again until the pressure gauge indicates the required signal pressure (see section 3.3 Settings for actuator: "Actuator stem retracts" NOTICE When using an actuator with fail-safe action"Actuator stem retracts". Turn the adjuster clockwise to reduce the travel and counterclockwise to increase it. Correct any deviation on the zero adjuster (6. Turn the zero adjuster (6. If the upper range value is incorrect. the plug stem must stand still. turn the span adjuster (travel). Repeat the correction procedure until both values are correct. This applies to an upper range value of the reference variable (1 bar) and operating direction >> as well as a lower range value of the reference variable (0. 2. this value is reduced by half. having passed through 100 % travel (watch the travel indicator at the valve). 4. shut off the input signal and slowly increase it again. turn the span adjuster (travel).1. 4.Operation If the upper range value is incorrect. 0. this value is reduced by half. adjust the control signal to 0. Check whether the valve start to move at exactly 1 bar. Increase the input signal and slowly reduce it to 1 bar again.g. .2). 1 bar) 1. reset the control signal to 1 bar. the diaphragm chamber must be pressurized with a signal pressure that suffices to tightly close the valve even when an upstream pressure is applied in the plant. After correction has been completed. 4.1. turning clockwise causes the valve to move from its end position later. Upper range value (e. Four turns correspond to a travel change of 10 % in standard operation. The required signal pressure is either indicated on the positioner label or can be roughly calculated as described in section 3. Use the pressure adjuster to set the input signal to 1 bar. 3.2). Once the starting point has been set.2 bar) and operating direction <>.

refer to section 2.97 bar instead. For details on changing the turnboard (7).2). make sure that the vent plug on the housing cover points downward when the valve is installed in the plant. 4. EB 8355-1 EN 35 . 3) after they have been installed. For positioners for rotary actuators. reassign the cam disk as shown in Figs. of the positioner. 6). and of the clamp (1.2 Changing the operating direction If you want to change the operating direction of directly attached positioners (Fig. For attachment according to IEC 60534-6 (NAMUR). NOTICE After attaching and calibrating the positioner. 9 and 10.Operation If no pressure gauge is available. turn the turnboard (7) and the positioner on the adapter housing (Fig. turn the turnboard (7) and change the position of the connection block. set the starting point to 0.

3 Adjusting the limit switches The positioner version with inductive limit switches has two adjustable tags mounted on a rotary axis which operate the associated proximity switches (50). they can also be set to signalize intermediate positions. whether the output relay must be picked up or released when the tag has entered the field. connect the corresponding switching amplifiers in the output circuit (see section 3. Note: As the tags of the limit switches cannot be turned by 360°. The desired switching function. When the tag is outside the field. 14 · Limit switches 36 EB 8355-1 EN The terminals 41/42 and 51/52 can optionally be assigned to the switches A and B by turning the associated nameplate on the terminal block (also see Fig. i.e. make sure that the switches A and B are correctly assigned to the end positions "valve OPEN" and "valve CLOSED". must be determined by means of jumpers for either working current or closed circuit current at the switching amplifier.2. Fig. The limit switches are usually adjusted to issue a signal for both end positions. To operate the inductive limit switches. especially when the limit switches are to be used for fail-safe circuits. 12).1). the switch assumes a low resistance. When the tag (51) is inside the inductive field of the switch. . Nevertheless. The switches A and B must be assigned to the end positions of the control valve (valve OPEN or CLOSED) depending on the operating direction and the mounting position according to Tables 8 and 9. the switch assumes a high resistance.Operation 4.

2 % before the mechanical stop (OPEN – CLOSED) is reached.Operation Setting the switching point Move the valve to the switching position and adjust the tag by turning the adjustment screw (53) so that the switching point is reached and indicated by the LED on the switching amplifier. 3) Table 8 Left attachment Right attachment Switch Valve position Tag OUT Tag IN Tag OUT Tag IN CLOSED B A A B OPEN A B B A Table 9 NAMUR attachment on right or left (Fig. the switching point is to be adjusted to stop approx. 8) Actuator stem extends (FA) Operating direction Valve position Actuator stem retracts (FE) Operating direction Switch Tag OUT IN Valve position Switch Tag OUT IN >> CLOSED OPEN B A A B >> CLOSED OPEN A B B A <> CLOSED OPEN A B B A <> CLOSED OPEN B A A B EB 8355-1 EN 37 . To ensure safe switching under any condition. Direct attachment to Type 3277 Actuator (Fig. 6) and attachment to rotary actuators (Fig.

4 Zero point (ZERO) Adjusting the position transmitter Note: The starting point (zero) and upper range value (span) must be set before calibrating the position transmitter. Fig. and the SPAN potentiometer for fine-tuning. The adjusted value always refers to 20 mA. Use the switches 1 and 2 to preset the zero point and the ZERO potentiometer for fine-tuning. the upper range value. 15 · Position transmitter Position transmitter Table 10 Valve movement OPEN Transmitter signal Current increases ­ ­ CLOSED 38 EB 8355-1 EN Current drops ¯ Direction of signal Set zero/span to OK 20 mA 4 mA Valve OPEN Valve CLOSED Not OK Change plug 4 mA 20 mA Valve OPEN Valve CLOSED OK 4 mA 20 mA Valve OPEN Valve CLOSED Not OK Change plug 20 mA 4 mA Valve OPEN Valve CLOSED . Depending on the position of the 4-pin plug (symbol on plug: >> or <>).Operation 4. i.e. the feedback signal can be set to either a range of 4 to 20 mA or 20 to 4 mA for 0 to 100 % travel. Adjust the zero point (4 mA) and span (20 mA) for the valve positions according to Table 10. switch over the multi-pin plug. Example: Move the valve to open position while observing the position transmitter signal. The adjusted value always refers to 4 mA. Span (SPAN) Use the switches 3 and 4 to preset the span. ZERO 1 2 3 4 SPAN SPAN ZERO If the signal does not move in the desired direction.

shift the pointer upward towards the actuator. repeat the correc- tion procedure at both potentiometers until both values are correct. shift the pointer downward towards the valve. Use the input signal of the positioner to move the valve to closed position (valve CLOSED – travel 0 %). 3. slightly shift the positioner on the rod in downward (FE) or upward (FA) direction.2 on page 16) so that the sensor of the position transmitter reaches the control range. 3.Operation Adjusting the zero point 1. Note: Every time you make a change as described above. the zero point and span of the positioner must be readjusted before calibrating the position transmitter. 20 mA. 2. Turn the SPAN potentiometer until the meter shows exactly 20 mA. If deviations are too high and cannot be corrected using the potentiometer (adjustment range of approx. Adjusting the span 1. 4 mA. If deviations are too high. 20 turns). set the switches 3 and 4 to indicate an mA value which is within the adjustment range of the SPAN potentiometer. 4. The ammeter must now indicate approx. EB 8355-1 EN 39 . readjust the black pointer (section 2. for "Actuator stem retracts" (FE). Since zero and span have a mutual influence on each other. 4. For “Actuator stem extends” (FA). If so. Note on adjusting the position transmitter for positioners with NAMUR adapter housing When the positioner and the position transmitter signal have different operating directions (<< and <>). Unscrew the clamp.2. Correct smaller deviations on the SPAN potentiometer until the meter shows exactly 20 mA. Set the zero point to exactly 4 mA using the ZERO potentiometer. 2. the zero point of the transmitter signal could be unadjustable due to the additional deflection caused by the bracket (28 in Fig. Correct smaller deviations on the ZERO potentiometer until the meter shows exactly 4 mA. set the switches 1 and 2 to indicate an mA value which is within the adjustment range of the ZERO potentiometer. Use the input signal of the positioner to move the valve to open position (valve OPEN – travel 100 %). 7) of the adapter housing. The ammeter must now indicate approx. For valves with rod-type yoke.

Check that the sealing hoses (7.Converting the positioner 5 Converting the positioner ter must be located on the right above the inner of the two bore holes (supply). clamps and cables must be ordered.x. fastening screw. Fasten the i/p module and terminal base using two screws each. Remove the support with the terminal case (if existing). When the module is installed (broken line in Fig. 16 · Converting the positioner 5. 4. Fasten the cables with terminal screws. 7.04 and higher) can be converted to form a Type 3767 Electropneumatic Positioner.) 4 … 20 mA 0 … 20 mA 1 … 5 mA 6112-041110 6112-042110 6112-043110 1400-7574 EB 8355-1 EN . 6. Connect the connecting cable to the terminal base and the i/p module (6). Unscrew the connecting plate (3) and remove the silicone hose (2). the sealing hose including restriction and fil- 5 8 Fig. Change model index on the nameplate to Type 3767 i/p Positioner.. Table 11 40 Required input signal (reference variable) Required i/p module (order no. Apart from the Type 6112 i/p Module (see Table 11). 3. Close the housing on the side using the cable gland (5) or a plug with sealing ring. The pneumatic positioner (3766-x. 1 2 3 4 6 7 Note: Conversion of explosion-protected versions only on request. 8) are properly inserted on the bottom section of the i/p module.) Required conversion kit (order no. 16).. Remove the guard plate (4) and pneumatic screw gland (1). the associated conversion kit including screw gland. Lead the blue cable to the minus side and the red cable to the plus side. 1. 2.

refer to Mounting and Operating Instructions EB 8355-2 EN.Converting the positioner Note: For details on Type 3767 Positioners. EB 8355-1 EN 41 .

calibration and work on equipment The interconnection with intrinsically safe circuits to check or calibrate the apparatus must only be performed with intrinsically safe current/voltage calibrators and measuring instruments to rule out any damage to 42 EB 8355-1 EN . 6. 6. Before being used inside hazardous areas. the device must not be put back into operation until a qualified inspector has assessed it according to explosion protection requirements. Replace explosion-protected components only by original.1 Servicing explosion-protected devices The maximum values for intrinsically safe circuits specified in the approvals must be kept. Inspection by a qualified inspector is not required if the manufacturer performs a routine test on the device prior to putting it back into operation. If a part of the device on which the explosion protection is based needs to be serviced.Service 6 Service components relevant for explosion protection. The passing of the routine test must be documented by attaching a mark of conformity to the device.2 Maintenance. has issued an inspection certificate or given the device a mark of conformity. Devices that have already been operated outside hazardous areas and are intended for future use inside hazardous areas must comply with the safety requirements placed on serviced devices. test the devices according to the specifications for servicing explosion-protected devices. routine-tested components from the manufacturer.

Dimensions in mm 7 Dimensions in mm Pneumatic connections 185 G ¼ or ¼ NPT 68 M20 x 1.5 56 66 50 76 46 82 164 58 Attachment IEC 60534-6 (NAMUR) with adapter housing Attachment with intermediate piece for rotary actuators 50 N1=113 N2=200 50 19.5 44 39 35 68 Reversing amplifier (optional) Output 2 (A2) Supply (Z) EB 8355-1 EN 43 .5 19. connection of reversing amplifier Fulcrum of actuator shaft 28.5 164 14 Output (38) Input signal 28 37 76 29 150 Supply (9) 36 Ø110 56 Pneum.5 Output 1 (A1) 28.

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