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E96-443-1

Instruction
Rail Mounted Termination Assembly
Analog Input
(NRAI0 )

Preface

This manual describes analog input rail mounted termination
assemblies. A termination assembly is the transition between
input/output plant instrumentation wiring or cabling and the
INFI 90 OPEN® distributed control system.
The name Termination Assembly or TA has been assigned to
differentiate the in-line, rail mounted characteristics of this
type of field termination from the Termination Unit or TU and
the Termination Module or TM.

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.............................................................................................5-1 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ...1-3 EQUIPMENT APPLICATION ..........................................................................................................................3-4 OTHER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE ....................................3-1 LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS .....3-2 CUSTOM OR SPECIAL ......................................1-1 IMFBS01 ....5-1 SECTION 6 .............................................................6-1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ..........................................................1-7 SECTION 2 ................2-1 FUNCTIONAL OPERATION .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2 IN-SERVICE CALIBRATION .................................................................................................................................1-6 NOMENCLATURE ..................................................................................................3-7 PRE-OPERATING ADJUSTMENTS ..................................................2-3 DIP SWITCH SETTINGS ...................................................INTRODUCTION ......3-1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ........5-1 PROBLEM DETERMINATION AND VERIFICATION PROCEDURES..................3-7 SECTION 4 ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................CALIBRATION........1-2 IMASI03........................................................2-1 DIP SWITCH FUNCTIONALITY...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-1 INTRODUCTION..................2-1 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................3-1 SETUP AND PHYSICAL INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................1-1 ()ASI02 ......................................2-5 SECTION 3 ........................................3-2 Explanation ................................................................1-2 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION ..........................................................1-4 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS........................................................................................................................................DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION..............................................................................3-2 Typical Elsag Bailey Termination Cabinet Arrangement..........................................................................MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................5-1 INTRODUCTION....................1-2 FEATURES.........................................................................6-1 I-E96-443-1D iii ..........................................................................3-1 SPECIAL HANDLING .................................................................................................................................1-3 GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS .........5-1 ERROR MESSAGES AND CORRECTIVE ACTION.................................................4-1 INITIAL CALIBRATION............................................................................................................................3-1 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ..........1-5 ELSAG BAILEY CANADA REFERENCE DOCUMENTS...............................................................3-1 INTRODUCTION..............................4-1 CHECKOUT ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-3 INSTRUCTION CONTENT / HOW TO USE ..........................................................................................................INSTALLATION ...........................................3-4 WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING .......................................................................................................4-2 SECTION 5 ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................2-4 PHYSICAL OPERATION ...............................................................................................1-7 SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................1-2 INTENDED USER.............................................Table of Contents Page SECTION 1 ..............................TROUBLESHOOTING ...............................................................1-1 OVERVIEW .......................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... A-2 Single Ended Voltage with System Common Reference...........................................D-1 iv I-E96-443-1D .................... A-6 IMFBS01 ONLY............................. C-1 SPECIFICATION SHEETS ...... A-7 APPENDIX B ............C-1 APPENDIX D .................................................. A-1 Four Wire 4-20 mA No System Common Reference .............................................................................................. A-6 IMFBS01 Smart Transmitter............................... 6-1 SECTION 7 ............................ A-5 Special or Custom Signal............................................................................B-1 APPENDIX C .................................................................................................................................................................................................. B-1 NRAI0_ PART DRAWING ......... A-2 Differential Voltage with No System Common Reference.......................................................................................... A-1 Four Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference............................................................... 8-1 REPLACEMENT PARTS....................................................................... 8-1 INSTRUCTION SUBSCRIPTION ................................................................. 8-1 APPENDIX A ..................... 6-1 CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7-1 SECTION 8 ................................................................... A-3 Two Wire 4-20 mA Isolated ........................ D-1 CONDITIONER AND ISOLATOR PART DRAWING ..... IMFBS01 AND IMASI03 ..........................................................REPAIR/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES ..............................................................................................8-1 INTRODUCTION .......................................... 7-1 PROCEDURES..............® Table of Contents (continued) Page SECTION 6 ..................................................................................................... A-6 IMASI03 ONLY...CONDITIONER AND ISOLATOR PART DRAWING ..................................................................... A-7 IMASI03 Thermocouple ......................................................... A-4 Thermocouple Isolated....................................................................................................................SUPPORT SERVICES.......................................................... A-5 RTD Isolated.......................................................... A-1 Two Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference......................................................................................................... A-3 Four Wire 4-20 mA Isolated ............................................................................................. A-4 Differential Voltage (or mV) Isolated ............................................................ A-3 ()ASI02 AND AMFBS01 ONLY................................ A-7 IMASI03 RTD ..........NRAI0_ PART DRAWING .................................................APPLICATION EXAMPLES ....................SPECIFICATION SHEETS ....................................MAINTENANCE (continued) PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES .............. A-1 ()ASI02..............7-1 INTRODUCTION ...............................

....................................... 3-2.......................5-3 Troubleshooting Guide (continued) .. A-14.....................4-1 Conditioner & Isolator Pin Location and Identification (Bottom View)................. A-1 Four Wire 4-20 mA No System Common Reference.................... B-3..............................................................................7-2 Two Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference ............. 2-2................................................... 4-2......................................... A-1 Four Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference ........... 5-3.......................................2-7 Standard Equipment Location Numbering System .. A-2............................. D-1.................................................... B-2...........................2-4 Printed Circuit Board Switch Legend....... A-6 IMASI03 Thermocouple..................................... A-4..............................2-5 NRAI0_ to IMASI03 ......... A-1. B-4 Input Assignment and Configuration Data Sheet for NRAI0 (Front). A-6 IMFBS01 Smart Transmitter ....... A-2 Differential Voltage with No System Common Reference .......................................................................................5-4 Mounting Foot Release.................................3-2 Cabinet Interior...................................... 3-4.............................................. 4-1.................................. Sheet 2 of 4 ...... 1-1... 2-3................. 5-1................................................. C-1 Input Assignment and Configuration Data Sheet for NRAI0 (Back) ...... Sheet 3 of 4 ........ 5-2................3-6 Conditioner and Isolator........................................................... 7-1....1-7 Printed Circuit Board Layout .............. A-5.... B-3 Analog Input Termination Assembly Connection Details............ A-9...................... D-1 v . C-2................................... Sheet 1 of 4.................... A-4 Thermocouple Isolated .............................. A-7 NRAI01 Analog Input Manufacturing Drawing.. A-2 Single Ended Voltage with System Common Reference .................... A-5 RTD Isolated ......................... 2-5.......................................... 3-5............... Hardware and Zone Identification....... A-3 Two Wire 4-20 mA Isolated.................... A-5 Special or Custom Signal ................................................................. I-E96-443-1D Title Page Nomenclature ......................... C-1.............. A-7............................. A-10...................................................................2-3 DIP Switch Codes............................................................................3-5 NRAI0_ and NRAO01 with NRCS01’s.......... 3-1............ B-4............3-3 Cabinet Cross Section.................................................3-4 System Side Wiring Connections and Board Power Distribution ................. A-7 IMASI03 RTD............. A-13. B-2 NRAI01 Analog Input Part List....................................... A-12.............4-1 Troubleshooting Guide.................................................List of Figures No.. 2-6..................................5-2 Troubleshooting Guide (continued) ........................................... A-4 Differential Voltage (or mV) Isolated........................... A-6....................................................................... C-2 Analog Device . Calibration Potentiometer Locations (Top View) ..................................... A-3 Four Wire 4-20 mA Isolated ............................................................................................................................ A-8....................................................................... B-1.. A-11....................................................................................................................................................... 2-1.. A-3............................................................. B-1 NRAI01 Analog Input Schematic Diagram.............. Front View with Side Walls Folded Out...................................... 2-4..........................2-5 NRAI01 to () ASI02 or IMFBS01...................................... Sheet 4 of 4 ..................... 3-3........................................................................2-2 Typical Circuit Schematic ............

........................ 4-1.................. 1-9 NRAI0_................ 1-1.... 1-3.......................................................................® List of Tables No..... 1-6............................................................................. 2-8 Conditioner and Isolator Calibration Procedure........................................................... 1-6 General Specifications . 1-2..................... vi Title Page Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations ......................... 2-2.... Cable & IMASI03 Pin-out and Conductor Use Chart ................. Configuration. Power Requirement and Option Data.......................................................................................... 1-5 Elsag Bailey Canada Reference Documents.................................. 8-1.................................. 1-8 Connection... 7-1... 8-2 I-E96-443-1D . 7-1 Spare Parts List .............. 1-4 Reference Documents ............................. 2-6 NRAI0_................... 4-2 Termination Assembly Replacement ... 2-1. 1-5........................................................ Cable & () ASI02/IMFBS01 Pin-out and Conductor Use Chart .. 1-7 Mechanical and Input Specifications.......... 1-4............................................................

the high impedance input will retain the signal in the event of an open circuit. Please read the instructions carefully before making connections or applying power.Safety Summary GENERAL WARNINGS Units marked with EN-BC-606 must have alignment keys (AMP P/N 58327-1 Inter-Contact Plug) installed between contacts 15(S) and 16(T) of the pre-terminated cable. Bleeding resistors must be installed if timely bad quality alarming is desired. I-E96-443-1D vii . Improperly set DIP switches may result in equipment damage. When voltage inputs are routed to the ()ASI02 or IMFBS01 slave modules.

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I-E96-443-1D OVERVIEW 1-1 . and troubleshooting of the Analog Input Termination Assembly (NRAI0_). Each topic within these sections is divided into sub-sections with information specific to a particular application. calibration. The analog input termination assembly is available in several variations. The NRAI0_ provides a corresponding 15 channels of field terminations. and A-10. They are functionally identical so far as the termination assembly is concerned and are grouped by the () prefix. A complete listing of product instructions for associated slave and master modules is in REFERENCE DOCUMENTS.INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW This instruction is divided into 4 major sections. The NRAO01 Analog Output Termination Assembly is complementary to the NRAI0_. installation. When a channel of the NRAI0_ is being used in the straight through mode (no isolator or conditioner). Each channel of the NRAI0_ has socket pins for optional signal conditioners and isolators. IMFBS01 or IMASI03 slave modules. ()ASI02 The ()ASI02 has 15 input channels to digitize voltage signals for use within the INFI 90 OPEN system.SECTION 1 . DIP switches are used to select the signal preparation. Refer to the documents listed in ELSAG BAILEY CANADA REFERENCE DOCUMENTS for complete information. a specific number is used. A-9. Refer to Figure 2-4 and Figures A-6. The available capabilities and alternatives vary depending on which slave module is being used. Refer to NOMENCLATURE in this section for more information. The NRAI0_ can be used with any of the ()ASI02. A-8. When it is necessary to refer to a particular model. All conditioners and isolators have a common DIP switch setting. A-7. passive signal preparation for the analog input slave is performed. The symbol _ (underscore) is used when referring to a feature that is common to all variations. The ASI02 slave is available in Network 90 and INFI 90 OPEN form factors. A broad range of conditioners and isolators are available for installed use in one or more channels in place of the jumper boards supplied as standard. covering operation.

EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION The NRAI0_ consists of screw clamp terminations for 16 input channels. 109 mm (4 1/2 inches) wide and 610 mm (24 inches) long. Refer to Figure A-12.INTRODUCTION ® IMFBS01 The IMFBS01 slave has the functionality of the ()ASI02 slave. • Instrument engineers or technicians for installation. Low level. thermocouple and RTD inputs are routed straight through to the slave. NOTE: Signal isolators do not pass the field bus FSK protocol and therefore should not be installed when Elsag Bailey field bus communication is required. When the smart transmitters are used in the analog point-to-point mode there is no functional change versus the ()ASI02. option and programming details. INTENDED USER This manual is intended for use by: • Prospective customers to answer their questions about the hardware design flexibility of the INFI 90 OPEN analog inputs. each individually able to digitize a broad range of signal types. • Maintenance personnel for ongoing use of the assemblies. IMASI03 The IMASI03 enhanced slave module has 16 isolated inputs. Refer to Figures A-13 and A-14. mounted onto a printed circuit board and installed in an extruded plastic channel. DIP switches are used to select the required conditions. but includes Elsag Bailey field bus (smart transmitter) support. The NRAI02 includes cold junction compensation and must be used when thermocouple inputs to the IMASI03 are required. INTENDED USER 1-2 I-E96-443-1D . The NRAI0_ performs passive signal conditioning for the enhanced analog input slave module. The channel has mounting feet that can attach to standard DIN rails (U or C). The use of the optional isolators is not generally required.

MAINTENANCE when mis-operation is suspected.TROUBLESHOOTING and Section 6 . and cross referenced to provide easy movement between related topics. Control system design engineers should review Section 3 INSTALLATION before the detailed hardware design stage of a project. NRAI0_ and NRAO01 with NRCS01's.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION for the functional operation and use of the NRAI0_.REPAIR/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES and Section 8 . Refer to Figure 3-5. Section 7 . Other than setting the DIP switches.INTRODUCTION FEATURES The NRAI0_ features: • In-line. cage clamp terminal blocks for all wiring connections. • Connection to slave modules via pre-terminated cables. Most users will only need to refer to Section 2 . EQUIPMENT APPLICATION The NRAI0_ is intended to be used in systems: I-E96-443-1D • Using the digital termination assemblies. Refer to Section 4 . • Socket pins for optional signal conditioners and isolators.CALIBRATION. • Full power distribution with current limiting or fusing when necessary. INSTRUCTION CONTENT / HOW TO USE This manual has been arranged. NDIS02 or IISAC01 control stations and indicators. FEATURES 1-3 . • Requiring terminal block (screw clamp) connection technology. the base NRAI0_ requires no calibration unless the optional signal conditioners and isolators are installed. • DIP switch programming.SUPPORT SERVICES should be referred to prior to replacing and returning any failed units. Ribbon cable headers provide for connection to the NRCS01 which supports connection to NDCS03. Personnel responsible for system maintenance and repair should read and understand Section 5 . indexed.

• Having small numbers of signal ranges not supported by the ()ASI02. Four Wire A transmitting device having two conductors dedicated to the measured signal while receiving its power via two other conductors. System cable part number L700741-1-(length) is required for the ()ASI02 or IMFBS01 slave modules. _ (underscore) Used when a character may vary but there are differences between variations that must be considered. GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS Table 1-1. output and ground. . Control Station Panel mounted array providing operator access to a software based manual/ automatic transfer station. Isolator A device providing electrical isolation between its input. GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS 1-4 I-E96-443-1D . The NRAI01 is supported by the ()ASI02. IMFBS01 or IMASI03 slave modules. or • Needing NDCS03/IISAC01 support with ASI/ASO slave modules. Jumper Board A printed circuit board having the single function of making a direct electrical connection between two or more contacts. The NRAI02. German industrial standards and accepted global standard.(dash) Space holder. Includes: process variable. Expander Bus Parallel communication bus between the Elsag Bailey master and I/O slave modules. with cold junction compensation. DIN Deutsche Industrie Normen. is used if direct thermocouple inputs to the IMASI03 are desired. Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations Term Definition () (empty parenthesis) Used when statements are applicable to all variations of the unit. Cold Junction Compensation The measurement of the temperature and subsequent elimination of the millivolt signals created between thermocouple wires and the terminal blocks they are connected to. set point and control output indication. Field Bus A digital serial communication system connecting one or more smart transmitters to the distributed control system. DIP Switch Printed circuit board mounted miniature switch for the selection of specific functionality. System cable part number L700743-1-(length) is required for the IMASI03 slave module. mode switching between manual/automatic/ratio or cascade and bypass (backup) for the control output from the slave module. DIP Dual Inline Pin arrangement.INTRODUCTION ® • Requiring signal isolation. character not relevant to this instruction.

Termination Module A cage mounted printed circuit board providing high density field wire terminations. Signal Conditioner Electronic module that converts one signal range or type to another signal range or type. Termination Assembly Field wire terminating devices featuring in-line terminal blocks and rail mounting. I-E96-201 Multi-Function Processor (IMMFP01). Thermistor Like the RTD. usually at both ends. Pre-Terminated Cable A multi conductor cable having pre-installed connectors. I-E96-200 Function Code Application Manual. Reference Documents Document Number I-E96-443-1D Document I-E93-902-1 Digital Control Station (NDCS03). Straight Through Mode No signal conditioning or isolation being performed. Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations (continued) Term Definition Mounting Rail A formed metal strip having standardized dimensions (DIN) that allow the mounting of a wide variety of devices from various manufacturers. Terminal Block The mouldings and associated metal parts that form an insulated assembly for the termination and/or continuation of electrical wiring. I-E93-906-12 Multi-Function Controller (NMFC04). I-E93-906-7 Multi-Function Controller (NMFC03). Termination Unit A surface mounted printed circuit board providing field wiring terminations using screw terminals. Socket Pin A spring-loaded socket that mounts directly into a printed circuit board to allow easy removal and replacement of the installed device. Composed of sintered semiconductor material which is best described as sensitive. I-E93-912-10 Analog Slave Input Module (NASI02).INTRODUCTION Table 1-1. a temperature sensitive resistor. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS Table 1-2. permitting efficient connection of large numbers of electrical signals in a reduced time. I-E96-117 Analog Control Station (IISAC01). Screw Clamp Type of terminal requiring no ring or spade lug. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 1-5 . Point-To-Point Wiring The process of manually connecting two or more electrical contact points with single conductor wires. a temperature sensitive resistor. Two Wire A system in which the power to a transmitting device and the signal from that same device are carried by the same pair of wires. I-E93-906-13 Multi-Function Controller (NMFC05). Slave Module A self contained module that accepts and responds to all instructions received from a master module via the expander bus. providing high locking force and excellent vibration resistance without damaging the conductor. I-E96-116 Digital Indicating Station (NDIS02). RTD Resistance Temperature Detector.

HARDWARE/COMMUNICATIONS CHECKOUT DOCUMENT. ELSAG BAILEY CANADA REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 1-6 I-E96-443-1D . I-E96-213 Function Controller (IMMFC05). I-E96-302 Field Bus Slave Module (IMFBS01). I-E96-304 Analog Slave Input Module (IMASI02). I-E97-443-4 Digital Output Termination Assembly (NRDO01). Reference Documents Document Number (continued) Document I-E96-202 Multi-Function Processor (IMMFP02). I-E97-443-2 Analog Output Termination Assembly (NRAO01). ELSAG BAILEY CANADA REFERENCE DOCUMENTS Table 1-3. Elsag Bailey Canada Reference Documents Document Number Document I-E97-443-3 Digital Input Termination Assembly (NRDI0_). SHTS 1-4 Analog Input Termination Assembly Part Drawing. I-E96-211 Multi-Function Controller (IMMFC03). Preparation and Equipment Installation. I-E96-301 Analog Slave Input Module (IMASI03). DL700837 Conditioner and Isolator Part Drawing. I-E96-212 Multi-Function Controller (IMMFC04). I-E96-500 Site Planning.INTRODUCTION ® Table 1-2. DL700783_. I-E96-203 Multi-Function Processor (IMMFP03). I-E97-443-5 Relay Output Termination Assembly (NRDO02).

General Specifications Nomenclature (Part No. Cooling Requirements No cooling is necessary when enclosed in cabinets and operated within the stated environmental limits.40% up to 70°C (158°F) (non-condensing). I-E96-443-1D NOMENCLATURE 1-7 .INTRODUCTION NOMENCLATURE Figure 1-1. Elsag Bailey equipment should be operated and stored in a non-corrosive environment. Certification All assemblies are CSA certified as process control equipment (C22. F to 158°F) 5% . Nomenclature SPECIFICATIONS Table 1-4. 5% .142) for use in ordinary (non-hazardous) locations.) (Model) Name NRAI0_ (L700783-_) (990598) Analog Input Termination Assembly.90% up to 55°C (131°F) (non-condensing). Environmental Operating Temperature Relative Humidity 0°C to 70°C (32 deg.2 No.

INTRODUCTION SPECIFICATIONS 1-8 Table 1-5. Fuses 5 mm X 20 mm Refer to Product Specification or Instruction I-E93-912-10 (NASI02) I-E96-302 (IMFBS02) I-E96-304 (IMASI02) Refer to Appendix D CONDITIONER AND ISOLATOR PART DRAWING and/or consult Head Office Engineering for complete information. IMSI02 and IMFBS01 if desired.29) (2. the NRAI02 would be more economical.26) DIN U (35 mm) or DIN C (32 mm) Rail Slave Connectivity NASI02 IMASI02 IMFBS01 Cable Type L700741(Length) Round Cable Cable Key Slot Loc’n 15/16 or S/T I/O Quan -tity 15 Input Specifications Servicable Parts Input Slave Optional isolators and conditioners socket pin mounted.6 (3. L700741-1 cable must be used. Mechanical and Input Specifications Nomenclature (Part No. Custom signal conditioners could be installed on any of the first 15 input channels. ** Can be used with NASI02. ** ** ***16 *** *** IMASI03 L700743(Length) Round Cable Refer to Product Specification or Instruction I-E96-301 (IMASI03) Most conditioners or isolators would be redundant with the isolated IMASI03 slave module.) (Model) Name Dimensions mm (inches) Length Width NRAI01 (L700783-1) (990598) Analog Input Termination Assembly 610 (24) Mounting Height Height on Rail 109 74. IMSI02 or IMFBS01 slave modules. Potted to withstand corrosive environments. *** 15 inputs and same specifications as with NRAI01 when used with NASI02.95) 82. . I-E96-443-1D * No cold junction compensation for thermocouple conversion by the IMASI03.6 (4. IEEE 472 surge withstand -40 to +85 0C operating range. **NRAI02 (L700783-2) (N/A) Analog Input Termination Assembly With Themistors * IMASI03 L700743(Length) Round Cable 16 Refer toProduct Specification or Instruction I-E96-301 (IMASI03) Themocouple converter could be used. 1 3 Amp L70072313001 GMA 3A Generally: 240 V rms field wiring protection.1% accuracy. 24 Vdc powered. 1500 V rms transformer based isolation.0. Most other conditioners or isolators would be redundant with the IMASI03. Qty. Worst case +/.

0-20 mA. Power Requirement and Option Data Nomenclature (Part No. ** The values shown are for a single input channel./Size) Connections Number of Blocks per Electrical Point Field NRAI0_ (700783-_) (990598) Analog Input Termination Assembly Power #14-#22 AWG 2 (+’ve) 4 (+24 V) (1 / #14) (2 / #16) (3 / #18) (5 / #20) (7 / #22) 2 (-’ve) 4 (COM) 1 (C compensation) 1 (SH shield) Switch Settings +24 Vdc Current Requirements Shield S1 to S16 S17 to S32 *** Total System versus Signal Assembly Field Powered Preparation 3 One single pole double throw switch per input selects two wire signal versus 24 Vdc system power to the + terminal: Two single pole double throw switches per input. (J) -100 to +760.A boards only. 4-20 mA(4 wire) 4-20 mA (2 wire) RTD 3 wire 100 ohm plat. 1-5 V. (K) -100 to +1350. Configuration. (S) 0-1750 and (T) -100 to +400 * When conditioners and isolators are used. (E) 0-900. 0-100. *** The function of S32 pole 1 is reversed on REV.in.out and +24 Volt power for optional conditioners and isolators. S17 to S32 = 1C1. +/. (R) 0-1750. 0-1 V 0-5 V. Options Voltage and Current: 0-10 mV. Available signal types and ranges include: =C1 =C2 0 MA (field powered) Typical 300 mA C1 = two wire signal C2 = 24 Vdc to + terminal Pole 2 selects system common reference: 2C1 = floating input. INTRODUCTION SPECIFICATIONS 1-9 Consult Head Office Engineering for a complete and up-to-date list of ranges for any special requirements. 0-200. Maximum 900 mA S1 to S16 Conditioners and Isolators Socket pin mounted conditioner and isolators and custom modules. +/. 0-50 mV 0-100 mV. 0-600 Thermocouple (type): (B) 0-1800. deg. 0-10 V. Minimum 4mA Pole 1 selects current to voltage (250 ohm resistor) conversion: 1C1 = resistor in. . Connection. set S1 to S16 = C1. C: -100 to +100. All 15 or 16 channels must be summed to arrive at the total power requirements. Typical 15 mA** Typical 40mA** Maximum 24 mA** Maximum 60 mA** (4-20 mA 2 wire only) The first 15 inputs have 5 socket pins. 2C2.I-E96-443-1D Table 1-6. 2C2 = system common reference used.) (Model) Name Wire Size (Qty.

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common. determine and document DIP switch configurations. The second power path is routed through fuse F1 to socket pin 3 of the 15 conditioner and isolator mounting positions. are provided with the base unit. are available to provide input protection against surges as defined by IEEE C37. FUNCTIONAL OPERATION The NRAI0_ consists of a circuit repeated 16 times. Removable jumper boards. The first 15 circuits have socket pins for the optional isolators and conditioners. On the first path DS1 indicates that power is available for two wire devices. has no socket pins. which is only used with the IMASI03 slave module. document instrumentation wiring connections. Refer to Figure 3-4 for power. Refer to Figures 2-5. with DS2 indicating the fuse status. the power leaving the termination assembly being current limited to about 170 mA per channel by 150 Ω resistors. I-E96-443-1D INTRODUCTION 2-1 .SECTION 2 . P/N WTL 990756. 2-6 and 3-5 for cable connection details. The sixteenth circuit. Optional jumper boards. Detailed descriptions and diagrams are used to illustrate as many combinations as possible. and shield drain connection details. 24 Vdc power is distributed along two paths.1974 Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) Tests. P/N WTL 990757.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION INTRODUCTION This section provides sufficient information to allow users to: understand the use of the assembly. and perform basic problem solving. The presence of power on each path is indicated by an LED being on green. The total power requirements are determined by summing individual power requirements for each input channel per Table 1-6. There is a considerable variety of hardware combinations possible.90a .

CIRCUIT NO. RIBBON CABLE REFER TO FIGURE 3-5. 7 CIRCUIT NO. 9 SH TERMINAL BLOCKS FOR SHIELD DRAIN. TERMINAL BLOCKS FOR 24 Vdc POWER.REFER TO FIGURE 3-5. 14 CIRCUIT NO. 11 CIRCUIT NO.INSTALLATION CIRCUIT NO. CIRCUIT NO. 4 P3 CIRCUIT NO. 13 CIRCUIT NO. LOCATION LABELS AND BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS P1 CARD EDGE CONNECTION FOR PRE-TERMINATED CABLE TO SLAVE MODULE REFER TO FIGURES 2-5 AND 2-6. 6 P4 RIBBON CABLE REFER TO FIGURE 3-5.APPLICATION EXAMPLES CIRCUIT NO. P6 RIBBON CABLE . 5 TERMINAL BLOCKS FOR dc COMMON . 15 CIRCUIT NO. 3 CIRCUIT NO. 12 CIRCUIT NO.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION ® FIELD SIDE SYSTEM SIDE REFER TO SECTION 3 . REFER TO FIGURE 3-4.REFER TO FIGURE 3-5. P5 RIBBON CABLE . 16 Figure 2-1.REFER TO FIGURE 3-4. 10 CIRCUIT NO. CIRCUIT NO. 8 USER’S INSTRUMENTATION WIRING ON THIS SIDE SEE DETAILS IN FIGURE 2-2 AND APPENDIX A . 2 + CIRCUIT NO. 1 - CIRCUIT NO. Printed Circuit Board Layout FUNCTIONAL OPERATION 2-2 I-E96-443-1D .

The high impedance of the input circuit will hold the residual voltage indefinitely and the fault monitoring inherent in the system will not be triggered. S17 2C1 is for differential inputs. When voltage inputs are routed to the ()ASI02 OR IMFBS01 slave modules.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Figure 2-2. The NN refers to circuit numbers 1 to 16. DIP SWITCH FUNCTIONALITY S1 C1 sets the input for 4-wire transmitter operation and S1 C2 is for 2-wire transmitter operation. Typical Circuit Schematic NOTES: 1. S17 1C1 allows voltage inputs. Refer to Figures A-1 through A-14 for examples. The dual +'ve and -'ve terminals are supplied to allow independent marshalling. S17 2C2 provides a system common reference. 3. The SH terminal is for cable shields. S17 1C2 connects a precision resistor for conversion from 4 to 20 mA dc to 1 to 5 Vdc. The terminal is used with the optional surge withstand jumper board. I-E96-443-1D DIP SWITCH FUNCTIONALITY 2-3 . consideration of the effect of an open circuit is necessary. The C terminal becomes the third or compensating lead of an RTD or thermocouple cold junction compensation. 2. 5. 4.

voltage. 1/4 W= resistor is recommended for this application. A 4. Please consult your Elsag Bailey system engineer.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION ® If the voltage input has an elevated zero. special consideration is required. the switch settings must be set for 4-wire. a bleeding resistor installed between the extra +ve and -ve terminals will drain the voltage to 0 Vdc and a Bad Quality alarm will be triggered. DIP Switch Codes DIP SWITCH SETTINGS 2-4 I-E96-443-1D .SUPPORT SERVICES.7 MΩ. such as a 1-5 Vdc signal. If conditioners and isolators are used. Refer to Figures A-4 and A-5. DIP SWITCH SETTINGS Figure 2-3. The IMASI03 slave and the optional signal isolators have built-in open circuit detection so no special consideration is required for them. and system common reference (S1 C1. S17 1C1 and S17 2C2). If the voltage input has 0 Vdc as a valid part of its signal range or if it is desirable to fail high. or refer to Section 8 .

Refer to OTHER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE in Section 3 and Figure 3-5 for additional information concerning connection to other devices such as the NRCS01 for NDCS03 and IISAC01 support.C. board artwork as follows: Figure 2-4. Figure 2-5. The following figures detail connection to the slave modules. PHYSICAL OPERATION The analog input termination assembly can be connected to a variety of slaves and other hardware options. NRAI01 to () ASI02 or IMFBS01 I-E96-443-1D PHYSICAL OPERATION 2-5 .DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The settings are summarized on the P. Printed Circuit Board Switch Legend Examples of all commonly used settings are shown in Figure A-1 to Figure A-14.

35. 2. or even numbers on the NRAI. 23. 17.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION ® Table 2-1. Traces A to S on the slave. NRAI0_. 36. 2. 24. are on the component side. or odd numbers on the NRAI are on the solder side. 11. PHYSICAL OPERATION 2-6 48. 49 and 50 are for analog input channel 16. I-E96-443-1D . Cable & () ASI02/IMFBS01 Pin-out and Conductor Use Chart Slave Signal Slave Trace NRAI01 Trace NRAI01 Signal AI-1AI-2AI-3AI-4AI-5AI-6AI-7AI-8AI-9AI-10AI-11AI-12AI-13AI-14AI-15AI-1+ AI-2+ AI-3+ AI-4+ AI-5+ AI-6+ AI-7+ AI-8+ AI-9+ AI-10+ AI-11+ AI-12+ AI-13+ AI-14+ AI-15+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A B C D E F H J K L M N P R S 4 7 10 13 16 19 22 25 28 31 34 37 40 43 47 3 8 9 14 15 20 21 26 27 32 33 38 39 44 45 AI-1AI-2AI-3AI-4AI-5AI-6AI-7AI-8AI-9AI-10AI-11AI-12AI-13AI-14AI-15AI-1+ AI-2+ AI-3+ AI-4+ AI-5+ AI-6+ AI-7+ AI-8+ AI-9+ AI-10+ AI-11+ AI-12+ AI-13+ AI-14+ AI-15+ NOTES: 1. NOTES: The following traces on the NRAI01 Termination Assembly are not used when the ()ASI02 or IMFBS01 slave modules are employed: 1. 29. Traces 1 to 15 on the slave. 18. 6. 42 and 47 are the compensation conductors for RTD and TC inputs. 12. 41. 5. 1 and 2 are the thermistors for cold junction compensation. 30. 3.

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The NRAI02 must be used if thermocouple inputs to the IMASI03 are desired. Figure 2-6. NRAI0_ to IMASI03 I-E96-443-1D PHYSICAL OPERATION 2-7 .

NRAI0_. Cable & IMASI03 Pin-out and Conductor Use Chart IMASI03 Signal RTD AI 1 + AI 1 COM AI 2 AI 3 + AI 3 COM AI 4 AI 5 + AI 5 COM AI 6 AI 7 + AI 7 COM AI 8 AI 9 + AI 9 COM AI 10 AI 11 + AI 11 COM AI 12 AI 13 + AI 13 COM AI 14 AI 15 + AI 15 COM AI 16 RTD + AI 1 AI 2 COM AI 2 + AI 3 AI 4 COM AI 4 + AI 5 AI 6 COM AI 6 + AI 7 AI 8 COM AI 8 + AI 9 AI 10 COM AI 10 + AI 11 AI 12 COM AI 12 + AI 13 AI 14 COM AI 14 + AI 15 AI 16 COM AI 16 + PHYSICAL OPERATION 2-8 IMASI03 Trace NRAI02 Trace 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 47 48 49 50 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 NRAI02 Signal RTD AI 1 + AI 1 COM AI 2 AI 3 + AI 3 COM AI 4 AI 5 + AI 5 COM AI 6 AI 7 + AI 7 COM AI 8 AI 9 + AI 9 COM AI 10 AI 11 + AI 11 COM AI 12 AI 13 + AI 13 COM AI 14 AI 15 + AI 15 COM AI 16 RTD + AI 1 AI 2 COM AI 2 + AI 3 AI 4 COM AI 4 + AI 5 AI 6 COM AI 6 + AI 7 AI 8 COM AI 8 + AI 9 AI 10 COM AI 10 + AI 11 AI 12 COM AI 12 + AI 13 AI 14 COM AI 14 + AI 15 AI 16 COM AI 16 + I-E96-443-1D .DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION ® Table 2-2.

2. On the IMASI03. I-E96-443-1D Even numbered traces are on the solder side. Traces 26 to 50 are on the solder side. traces 1 to 25 are on the component side. 4. On the NRAI0_. 3.DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION NOTES: 1. PHYSICAL OPERATION 2-9 . odd numbered traces are on the component side.

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INSTALLATION INTRODUCTION This section explains the standard Elsag Bailey installation practices as well as providing the basic information for those installations where special mounting is required. The severity level should be no worse than a good G2. The assemblies have no exposed hazardous conductors and no special enclosures are needed.SECTION 3 . the termination assemblies should be mounted in environments that are relatively free from conductive dusts and corrosive gases. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS No special safety considerations are necessary. The Elsag Bailey part drawing is listed in ELSAG BAILEY CANADA REFERENCE DOCUMENTS in Section 1. SPECIAL HANDLING Preassembled termination cabinets should be handled in accordance with the instructions found in the Site Planning. No special handling is required. Preparation and Equipment Installation Instruction. Refer to ISA Environmental Standard S71. some bending of components may occur during shipment. Most of these types of problems can be corrected by the user. UNPACKING AND INSPECTION The termination assemblies should be inspected for damage and/or broken components. Although the assemblies are individually packaged in foam padded boxes. LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS As with all electrical connections.04-1985. Loose termination assemblies are shipped in foam padded cardboard cartons. I-E96-443-1D INTRODUCTION 3-1 . Physical breakage should be reported to the shipping company. and should be obtained if detailed inspection of components is necessary.

Explanation Figure 3-1. to be directly routed to the appropriate terminal block. An example of the complete location numbering system is below. The most accessible areas. Cabinet Cross Section. starting at the front left. combined with the variable lengths of the assemblies. are available for field I/O wiring. The vertically oriented rail mounting system. The vertical orientation allows field instrumentation wire or cable entering via the top or bottom of a cabinet. at the front of each side. plastic wire trays can be installed with five cm (two inches) allowed between the plastic tray and the field terminals for wire tag visibility. If desired. Zones C and D are eliminated when front access (wall mounting) cabinet options are used. Standard Equipment Location Numbering System SETUP AND PHYSICAL INSTALLATION 3-2 I-E96-443-1D .INSTALLATION ® SETUP AND PHYSICAL INSTALLATION Typical Elsag Bailey Termination Cabinet Arrangement The termination assemblies are oriented vertically on the DIN mounting rails. called zones. The assemblies are inverted when field wiring is to be on the right hand side. Positions are used rather than rows and each zone has been subdivided into (for example) A and A1. and at the centre of the facing surface. has led to a modification of the standard equipment location numbering system. Refer to Figure 3-2. Fifteen cm (six inches) of support space is available next to the door on each side. for a diagrammatic representation. The standard Elsag Bailey cabinet has 10 divisions from top to bottom called rows and 4 location designations A to D. Cabinet Interior and Figure 3-3.

Front View with Side Walls Folded Out I-E96-443-1D SETUP AND PHYSICAL INSTALLATION 3-3 .INSTALLATION Figure 3-2. Cabinet Interior.

Zone A shows 3 type NRAI0_ input assemblies.INSTALLATION ® CUSTOM OR SPECIAL The assemblies can be mounted on rails in almost any enclosure and orientation. horizontal orientation may be used. Figure 3-3. Figure 3-2 is an approximate scale representation of a standard Elsag Bailey cabinet showing relative sizes of assemblies and the position numbering that would be used. Cabinet Cross Section. Hardware and Zone Identification WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING Each terminal block is clearly marked with black lettering on a white clip-on tag. When sufficient mounting width is available. These compound blocks allow the jumping of wires while maintain- CUSTOM OR SPECIAL 3-4 I-E96-443-1D . Several connections have compound terminal blocks connected by printed circuit board traces. zone B1 shows 3 type NRAO01 output assemblies.

A nominal +24 Vdc and dc common signal zero reference are required. a fourth connection is required.INSTALLATION ing a single wire in any one clamp. Refer to Table 1-6. Figure 3-4. Connection. Power Requirements and Option Data for voltage tolerance. three wiring connections are required on the system side of the termination assembly. The cage clamp technology provides a fast and secure means of wiring connection such that crimped lugs or ferrules are not necessary. P/N WTL 990757 are used. In addition to the pre-terminated cable to the slave. Configuration. All terminal block functions are uniquely marked. current requirements and necessary dc common grounding characteristics. When the optional jumper boards. System Side Wiring Connections and Board Power Distribution I-E96-443-1D WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING 3-5 .

NRAI0_ and NRAO01 with NRCS01’s WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING 3-6 I-E96-443-1D .INSTALLATION ® Field instrument cable shielding is drained by connecting the system side SH terminals to an appropriate ground with sufficiently low impedance to drain the EMF noise expected from the plant environment. Figure 3-5. The fourth connection is between the terminal and chassis ground to provide a low impedance path to ground for the unwanted incoming surges induced onto the input signal conductors.

IISAC01 and NDIS0_ via the NRCS01 Termination Assembly. PRE-OPERATING ADJUSTMENTS Every used input should be reviewed and DIP switches set and/or conditioners or isolators installed as required. Refer to Figure A-11. I-E96-443-1D OTHER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE 3-7 . The converters and isolators are pre-calibrated by the manufacturer. Refer to Figure 3-5. The NRAI0_ can be interfaced to NDCS03. However. the calibration should be checked as outlined in Section 4 during initial installation and periodically as outlined in Section 6.INSTALLATION OTHER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE The supplied jumper boards can be replaced with either the optional conditioners and isolators or custom designed daughter boards allowing considerable interface flexibility. When the IMASI03 is employed. for maximum accuracy. keep in mind that the NDCS03 and IISAC01 can only accommodate 1-5 volt signals for direct bar graph display in the bypass mode.

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Conditioner and Isolator. The optional conditioners and isolators are calibrated by the manufacturer.SECTION 4 .CALIBRATION INITIAL CALIBRATION The base NRAI0_ Termination Assembly requires no calibration. Proper setting of the DIP switches and proper configuration of the associated slave and processor modules is necessary. Calibration Potentiometer Locations (Top View) Figure 4-2. Should the calibration of the conditioners drift with time. It is recommended that a bench or test set up be used when doing the re-calibration of the conditioners and isolators. Peel back the top label. Conditioner & Isolator Pin Location and Identification (Bottom View) I-E96-443-1D INITIAL CALIBRATION 4-1 . Figure 4-1. and refer to Figure 4-1. they can be adjusted using the potentiometers located beneath the top label.

CALIBRATION ® Table 4-1. Refer to the Hardware/Communications Checkout Document listed in ELSAG BAILEY CANADA REFERENCE DOCUMENTS in Section 1. 6 Set the signal source to 3 volts. IN-SERVICE CALIBRATION In-service calibration is not recommended. 5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 as required. etc. depending on output range) is seen at the output. open circuits. 3 Set the signal source at zero (0%) input. 4 Set the signal source to full scale (100%) input. depending on output range) is seen at the output. adjust the zero potentiometer until 1 volt (or 0 volts. signal source and voltmeter as outlined in Figure 4-2. 1.1 Ensure that the model being used is appropriate for the desired input span. adjust the span potentiometer until 5 volts (or 10 volts.). The isolator should be replaced if half scale accuracy is not acceptable. and functional components (DIP switches. CHECKOUT 4-2 I-E96-443-1D . CHECKOUT All termination assemblies are factory checked for short circuits. Termination assemblies installed in cabinet assemblies or racks by Elsag Bailey are 100% checked in conjunction with their respective slave modules. check that the output is 12 mA (or 3 volts depending on output range). Conditioner and Isolator Calibration Procedure 1 Determine the desired input type and span and obtain test equipment able to simulate 0 and 100% input. 2 Connect power supply. 7 The conditioner or isolator is now ready for installation on to the termination assembly.

The age of a device. the quality of the environment (including extreme heat. As previously mentioned. it is unlikely that the termination assembly will be the source of an equipment failure. Verify that the procedures outlined in Section 6 have been performed.SECTION 5 . the I90 Status displays. so both must be considered when pinpointing a problem. When operator interface stations are provided. Keep in mind that the termination assembly is the division between field equipment and the DCS software (configuration). I-E96-443-1D INTRODUCTION 5-1 . TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE The following guide is intended to assist in troubleshooting by detailing the areas within the Elsag Bailey system that should be considered. the Elsag Bailey system can assist in the location of a problem at a particular slave or input. and conductive dusts) and of course. PROBLEM DETERMINATION AND VERIFICATION PROCEDURES In an industrial setting there may be a variety of causes for equipment malfunction. Any personnel performing troubleshooting should be familiar with both the hardware and software aspects of the system and related field devices. allow operators or maintenance personnel to identify specific point malfunctions. Refer to the REFERENCE DOCUMENTS in Section 1 of this manual to determine the appropriate controller or processor module instruction book. which translate the module status bytes into text messages.TROUBLESHOOTING INTRODUCTION As an essentially passive device. ERROR MESSAGES AND CORRECTIVE ACTION Error messages pertaining to system inputs and outputs are reported within the status bytes and error codes of the applicable controller or processor module. corrosive gases. human error and accidents. temperature swings.

Troubleshooting Guide TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 5-2 I-E96-443-1D .Figure 5-1.

Figure 5-2. Troubleshooting Guide (continued) TROUBLESHOOTING I-E96-443-1D TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 5-3 .

Figure 5-3. Troubleshooting Guide (continued) TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 5-4 I-E96-443-1D .

I-E96-443-1D INTRODUCTION 6-1 . replacement of the termination assembly is necessary.45 pounds/inch). no scheduled maintenance is required. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES The terminal blocks are vibration proof but proper tightening is necessary to ensure long-term connection integrity. the integrity (tightness) of all electrical contacts should be checked on a regular time schedule. Socket mounted components should be spot checked for corrosion at the contacts and cleaned if necessary. Refer to Section 4.5 Newton-meters (0. the cable connections should be checked and cleaned annually. Replacement is necessary if a unit is determined to be faulty.MAINTENANCE INTRODUCTION The termination assembly is designed for use within enclosures in typical industrial environments. As with any electrical installation. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE In a good rack room environment (ISA G1). The terminal blocks used (Weidmueller type GSE or LPK) have a recommended tightening torque of 0. The frequency of the checking and maintenance should be geared to the quality of the environmental conditions in which the termination assembly is operating. but no maintenance is possible. Otherwise. Preventive maintenance should be practised. Block tightness should be checked regularly. In harsher environments (ISA G2). Although all connection points are made corrosion resistant by using alloys or gold plating. it still requires some attention to ensure its long term functionality. and the printed circuit board is coated to prevent corrosion. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES The optional socket pin mounted conditioners and isolators can be calibrated.SECTION 6 .

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Termination Assembly Replacement 1. The optional conditioners and isolators provide protection to the input of up to 240 Vac for limited time durations.SECTION 7 . Disconnect and insulate the +24. 6. incorrect field wiring or DIP switch settings can result in damage to a connected slave module.CALIBRATION. The daisy chaining done by Elsag Bailey is normally in a loop so that no power loss will occur if only a single termination assembly is removed.1 2. COM and SH (shield) wiring. I-E96-443-1D Ensure the availability of an appropriate replacement fuse. P3. PROCEDURES Refer to Section 5 . Refer to the power wiring drawings supplied with your system to verify the wiring scheme used. the most important connections to check are the +24 and COM. P4. follow Table 7-1. P5 and P6. To replace the termination assembly. Set all DIP switches on the replacement assembly to match the removed unit. Without the optional conditioners and isolators. Refer to the Isolator Procedures in Section 4 .REPAIR/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES INTRODUCTION The base termination assembly has no active components and has been carefully designed to tolerate as many field wiring inconsistencies as possible. These connections are often in a daisy chain arrangement and disconnecting them could result in the loss of power to other functioning termination assemblies. 4. Mounting Foot Release. Remove the termination assembly using a medium flat blade screwdriver at each of the four mounting feet. Remove any cables connected to P1. Obtain a suitable replacement termination assembly. 1. Inadvertent connection of a supply voltage greater than 48 Vdc will result in the destruction of one or both power supply status LED's DS1 and DS2. Refer to Figure 7-1. Damage to isolators and conditioners may also occur if the incorrect voltage remains connected for an extended period. Table 7-1. Tag and disconnect all connections to the field side of the termination assembly. Should replacement of the assembly be necessary. INTRODUCTION 7-1 . 3. 5.TROUBLESHOOTING before replacing.

Refer to Figure 5-1. Troubleshooting Guide.1 Move any optional conditioners and isolators to the replacement assembly. 7. Install the replacement assembly by ensuring that each of the four feet engage on the system side. Reconnect all system side cabling. 8. Mounting Foot Release PROCEDURES 7-2 I-E96-443-1D . . Termination Assembly Replacement (continued) 6. 6.2 Install F1 if required. 10. Reconnect all field side wiring. then pivot the field side in until all feet have latched into place. ensuring any thermocouple converters have a cold junction compensating thermistor mounted between the extra +’ve and C terminals. Figure 7-1. COM and SH wiring. Reconnect the system side +24. 9. 11.REPAIR/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES ® Table 7-1. Verify proper operation of inputs.

repair. I-E96-443-1D INTRODUCTION 8-1 . The nomenclature and complete part number of the product requiring parts.SECTION 8 . A renewal notice will be sent to registered manual holders for the update services prior to the expiry date. When making repairs at your facility. Elsag Bailey controls will track the set(s) of manuals and supply detailed instructions for the insertion of new or replacement materials with each submission of updates. Provide this information: 1. application and repair of its products. These registered manuals are serialized and automatically updated with new literature every three months. Obtaining and using this reference number on shipping documentation and correspondence will allow us to provide the fastest possible service. Contact your nearest sales office to make requests for sales. and maintenance contract services.NRAI0_ PART DRAWING. installation. Complete form LEC 1500-1190 and forward to the Instruction Book Department to order a new set of registered manuals. part number. REPLACEMENT PARTS Most parts used on the termination assemblies are widely available through industrial electronic component suppliers. Part description. overhaul. applications. and quantity. replacement parts can be ordered from an Elsag Bailey office. 2. INSTRUCTION SUBSCRIPTION Elsag Bailey offers the service of supplying Registered Catalogue And Product Instruction Set manuals to Elsag Bailey customers. This set of manuals incorporates all of the literature relating to all Elsag Bailey products and systems equipment. Refer to the parts list included in the part drawing set under Appendix B .SUPPORT SERVICES INTRODUCTION Elsag Bailey is ready to help in the use. If it necessary to return an Elsag Bailey product for repair (warranty or chargeable) please contact the Return Materials Department for a reference number.

use part numbers and descriptions from Table 8-1. Elsag Bailey instruction manual number. When ordering standard parts from an Elsag Bailey office. page number. Spare Parts List Description REPLACEMENT PARTS 8-2 Component Part Number Elsag Bailey Alternate Fuse. and reference figure that identifies the part.SUPPORT SERVICES ® 3. 3./Isol.0 Amp F1 L700723-13000 GMA-3A Jumper Board X1 to X15 L700837-B00000 WTL990599/63 Cond. Table 8-1. X1 to X15 L700837-______ 7B (Various) I-E96-443-1D .

Two Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference Four Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference Four wire isolated by 120 Vac: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C2. IMFBS01 AND IMASI03 A-1 .APPENDIX A . Four Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference I-E96-443-1D ()ASI02. 2C2 Figure A-2. 24 Vdc system powered: S1 TO S16 = C2 S7 TO S32 = 1C2. 2C2 Figure A-1.APPLICATION EXAMPLES ()ASI02. IMFBS01 AND IMASI03 Two Wire 4-20 mA with System Common Reference Two wire transmitter.

Figure A-3.APPLICATION EXAMPLES ® Four Wire 4-20 mA No System Common Reference Four wire non-isolated transmitter: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C2. Four Wire 4-20 mA No System Common Reference Single Ended Voltage with System Common Reference Single ended voltage: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C1. Refer to the specifications of the slave module being used. Single Ended Voltage with System Common Reference ()ASI02. 2C2 Figure A-4. IMFBS01 AND IMASI03 A-2 I-E96-443-1D . isolation may be required. 2C1 NOTE: Depending on common mode (zero reference) voltage differences.

Differential Voltage with No System Common Reference ()ASI02 AND AMFBS01 ONLY Two Wire 4-20 mA Isolated Two wire transmitter. 2C1 Figure A-5.APPLICATION EXAMPLES Differential Voltage with No System Common Reference Differential voltage input: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C1. 24 Vdc system powered with optional isolator: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C1. Two Wire 4-20 mA Isolated I-E96-443-1D ()ASI02 AND AMFBS01 ONLY A-3 . 2C2 Figure A-6.

usually separately powered by 120 Vac. 2C2 Figure A-8. Four Wire 4-20 mA Isolated Differential Voltage (or mV) Isolated Differential voltage (or mV) input with signal conditioner: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C1. Differential Voltage (or mV) Isolated ()ASI02 AND AMFBS01 ONLY A-4 I-E96-443-1D . 2C2 Figure A-7.APPLICATION EXAMPLES ® Four Wire 4-20 mA Isolated Four wire transmitter. with optional isolator: S1 TO S16 = C1 S17 TO S32 = 1C1.

APPLICATION EXAMPLES

Thermocouple Isolated
Thermocouple input with conditioner option and cold junction
compensating thermistor:
S1 TO S16 = C1
S17 TO S32 = 1C1, 2C2

Figure A-9. Thermocouple Isolated

RTD Isolated
RTD input with conditioner option:
S1 TO S16 = C1
S17 TO S32 = 1C1, 2C2

Figure A-10. RTD Isolated

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()ASI02 AND AMFBS01 ONLY
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Special or Custom Signal
Special signal types can be conditioned using custom designed
daughter boards in place of the supplied jumper boards. Consult head office concerning feasibility and price.

Figure A-11. Special or Custom Signal

IMFBS01 ONLY
IMFBS01 Smart Transmitter
Point to point smart (Elsag Bailey) transmitter:
S1 TO S16 = C2
S17 TO S32 = 1C2, 2C2

Figure A-12. IMFBS01 Smart Transmitter

IMFBS01 ONLY
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IMASI03 ONLY
IMASI03 Thermocouple
Thermocouple input, the NRAI02 must be used:
S1 TO S16 = C1
S17 TO S32 = 1C1, 2C1

Figure A-13. IMASI03 Thermocouple

IMASI03 RTD
RTD input:
S1 TO S16 = C1
S17 TO S32 = 1C1, 2C1

Figure A-14. IMASI03 RTD
On Revision A boards only, this trace for input 16 is connected
to 1C1 of S32.
This causes pole 1 of S32 to operate in the reverse manner
from that described.

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NRAI0_ PART DRAWING NRAI0_ PART DRAWING Figure B-1. Sheet 1 of 4 I-E96-443-1D NRAI0_ PART DRAWING B-1 .APPENDIX B . NRAI01 Analog Input Manufacturing Drawing.

NRAI01 Analog Input Schematic Diagram.NRAI0_ PART DRAWING ® Figure B-2. Sheet 2 of 4 NRAI0_ PART DRAWING B-2 I-E96-443-1D .

Sheet 3 of 4 I-E96-443-1D NRAI0_ PART DRAWING B-3 . NRAI01 Analog Input Part List.NRAI0_ PART DRAWING Figure B-3.

Analog Input Termination Assembly Connection Details. Sheet 4 of 4 NRAI0_ PART DRAWING B-4 I-E96-443-1D .NRAI0_ PART DRAWING ® Figure B-4.

SPECIFICATION SHEETS SPECIFICATION SHEETS Figure C-1. Input Assignment and Configuration Data Sheet for NRAI0 (Front) I-E96-443-1D SPECIFICATION SHEETS C-1 .APPENDIX C .

Input Assignment and Configuration Data Sheet for NRAI0 (Back) SPECIFICATION SHEETS C-2 I-E96-443-1D .SPECIFICATION SHEETS ® Figure C-2.

APPENDIX D . Analog Device I-E96-443-1D CONDITIONER AND ISOLATOR PART DRAWING D-1 .CONDITIONER AND ISOLATOR PART DRAWING CONDITIONER AND ISOLATOR PART DRAWING Figure D-1.

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3-2 Termination Cabinet Handling...1-3 Equipment Application .......................1-2 IMFBS01 Elsag Bailey Field Bus ................................................................ 1-2 Equipment Malfunction .................................................. A-6 C Cabling ............................................................................................................. IMFBS01....... A-1................................................. A-1 ()ASI02.................................................... 4-2 Elsag Bailey Canada Reference Documents................................. 1-1 Straight Through Mode ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1 Functional Operation................................................. 2-4 DIP Switch Functionality.......................................1-1 P Physical Operation.................................. 1-4 ()ASI02 Slave Module ....................... 4-1 In-Service....................................... 1-4 () ................. A-1.................................................................................................D-1 Corrective Maintenance ............. 2-3 Settings............................................................3-1 Location Considerations................................................ 1-3 Equipment Description .................................................................................................... A-1................................................................ 4-2 Conditioner and Isolator Calibration Procedure...............................1-4 I A Analog Input Termination Assembly.......................................................4-2 Installation Handling .................................................1-3 Features . 3-4 Calibration ..........................................................3-1 Safety Considerations ........................................................ And IMASI03 ......................................................................... 5-1 Error Messages and Corrective Action.................................................................................................................................................3-1 Introduction ........................... 4-2 Checkout .............1-2 In-Service Calibration.............................................1-2 Smart Transmitter ..........................1 ......................................................................................Index Symbols F .........................................................................................2-5 Pre-Operating Adjustments.................................1-2 Introduction ................................... B-1 O Other Equipment Interface............................. 4-2 Conditioner and Isolator Part Drawing........................................................................ A-3 ()ASI02.....2-1 NRAI0_ Part Drawing....................... 5-1 Status Bytes............ 4-1 Conditioner and Isolator......1-3 N NRAI0 ...1-3 Functional Operation ...............................................3-7 Index .......... A-3 IMASI03 .... 4-2 Initial Calibration .......................................................................................3-1 Intended User .................................................................... 2-1 DIP Switch ............6-1 Maintenance Schedule......................... 1-1 Physical Operation.......................................................................... 2-5 Application Examples ........... 6-1 D Description and Operation...............................................3-1 Setup And Physical Installation................. A-7 IMFBS01..............6-1 Preventative Maintenance...................................6-1 Manual Instructions. 2-3 E Elsag Bailey Canada Reference Documents .......... 5-1 Error Messages Reference Documents ........................................................3-1 Unpacking and Inspection..................... 1-4 _ ........ 5-1 I-E96-443-1D IMASI03 Slave Module .......2-1 M Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-6 Equipment Application................................... A-1 AMFBS01 ...3-7 Overview ............................................ 5-1 Error Message Error Codes ..........................1-1 Analog Input Termination Assembly .................................1-2 IMFBS01 Slave Module .................................2-1 G Glossary of Terms...............................................................

...................................................................... 3-2 Terms and Abbreviations........... Configuration.....................................1-8 Support Services................................ 3-4 Explanation ................................................................................3-2 Specifications Connection..............................................................8-1 Instruction Subscription ..........................................................1-5 Elsag Bailey Canada Reference Documents ............................ 5-1 Error Messages ......................3-2 Termination Cabinet ..................................................................® Index (continued) R T Reference Documents ................................................................................................................................ 7-1 Replacement Parts .................................8-1 Termination Assemblies Checkout......................... Power Requirement and Option Data .....................8-1 Index ............................................... 6-1 Repair/Replacement ..2 W Wiring Connections ................................................ 3-2 Custom or Special ......... 8-1 Termination Cabinet ...... 7-1 Replacement Parts........ 6-1 Maintenance ..............................................................................8-1 Product Return .....................................................1-9 General Specifications ................................ 1-4 Troubleshooting.....................................................................................................1-7 Mechanical and Input Specifications .............................1-6 Repair/Replacement Procedures ....................................2-4 Setup and Physical Installation ....................... 3-4 I-E96-443-1D . 7-1 Replacement..................... 5-1 S Settings DIP Switch...............................5-1............................................................... 5-1 Error Messages and Corrective Action ...7-1 Troubleshooting. 4-2 Termination Assembly Corrective Maintenance .................... 5-1 Guide ............................................................................................ 6-1 Preventative Maintenance ..............

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