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Service Checklist Promass 60/63 Types A, I, M, F


1. Customer Data
Customer: Address: Date:

Installation: Tag-No.:

2. Fluid and Installation Data


Fluid: Density:

Measuring range: Viscosity:

Fluid velocity: Temperature:

Pipe diameter: %Solids:

System pressure: %Vol. Gas

3. Data of Device
Serial No.: Power supply:

Order code: SW-Version Com-Module:

DN: PN: HW-Version: SW-Version Amplifier:

4. Programmed Parameters

Promass 60/60 Hart: DIP-switch adjustment: Fill in settings of DIP-switches.

S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 S12 DIP/


Hart

ON
OFF

Promass 60Hart/63: Programming parameters: fill in programmed parameters.

Range Imp o/p current o/p EPD PIPO Calf Integration* Osc.ampl.*
Qm 1: 1:
:
Qv: 2: 2:
:
T:
*Service&Analyse - Advanced Functions
If all parameters are correct, continue with point 5 Failure diagnosis.

5. Failure Diagnosis
Check for device failure!
Promass 60: Status output is high-impedance => device failure
or with display: two active error segments and flashing display
or green LED on amplifier board is flashing or failure analysis with Prospy (blind version)
Promass 63: Error message on display => call error description by diagnosis function;
or relay 1 open =>device error or failure analysis with Prospy (blind version) or HART

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5.1 Transmitter Electronics
Connect Flowjack or simulation board to plugs V1 and V8 of the amplifier board. Measure with oscilloscope at test
points (TPs), TPs are on the Flowjack interface or on the simulation board.
With Promass 63 test point values can also be displayed on the LC-Display or fed to any output. Access in function
group SERVICE&ANALYISIS.
Resonance frequency between TP14 and TP12 (ground) with air or water in the measuring tubes
(resonance frequency on display of TP5)
Sensor Type A, Resonance frequency in Hz 2,5%
Medium Stainless steel (High Pressure)1.4539 Hastelloy C22
DN 1 DN 2 DN 4 DN 1 DN 2 DN 4
Air 277 267 (268) 306 (297) 281 267 301
Water 255 249 (260) 267 (278) 259 249 262

Sensor Type I, Resonance frequency in Hz 5%


Medium Titanium
DN 8 DN 15 DN DN DN
25/15FB 40/25FB 50/40FB
Air 1023 963 874 815 690
Water 927 882 813 757 637

Sensor Type M (and M high pressure), Resonance frequency in Hz 5%


Medium Titanium
DN 8 DN 15 DN 25 DN 40 DN 50 DN 80
Air 778 (795) 917 (915) 975 (986) 875 792 956
Water 641 (707) 695 (778) 754 (851) 652 593 683

Sensor Type F, Resonance frequency in Hz 7%


Medium Stainless steel 1.4539 Hastelloy C22
DN 8 DN 15 DN 25 DN 40 DN 50 DN 80 DN100 DN 8 DN 15 DN 25 DN 40 DN 50 DN 80
Air 615 703 958 779 652 452 400 628 707 961 784 665 452
Water 558 609 811 662 540 372 328 572 617 822 671 556 371

In case of frequency deviations: Corrosion or layers on the tubes => Clean measuring tubes or change sensor.
Check corrosion resistance of tube material in application. Check also density deviation with water.
Measuring tube oscillations between TP14 and TP 12 (GND) with water
Promass Type A (DN 2/4); Type I, M, F (all DN) Promass Typ A (DN 1 only)
Amplitude with scope/Display(Vp) with voltmeter in Veff with oscilloscope in Vp with voltmeter in Veff
100% 3,0 0,20 2,12 0,15 2,25 0,15 1,59 0,10
Note!
If the amplitude of the measuring tube oscillation was decreased or increased by means of the Special Functions,
the TP value has to be recalculated proportional to that change.
In case of deviations or shifts: Electronics defective or check process conditions (solids, gas), check excitation current.
Measuring amplitude between TP10 and TP12 (ground)
Promass A, M, F: measuring amplitude in Vp Promass I: meas. amplitude in Vp
Amplitude value with display value with oscilloscope value with value with
SW V1.00.00 or SW > V1.02.00 display oscilloscope
100% 1,6...2,0 1,0...4,0 1,0...2,0 1,0...2,0
Note!
If the amplitude of the measuring tube oscillation was decreased or increased by means of the Special
Functions,the TP value has to be recalculated proportional to that change. In case of deviations: electronics
defective: (in addition check inductive sensors), if necessary change electronics. The value depends on osc.freq.
Default - Oscillation Amplitudes

Sensortype A A A M F F F F
Diam. 1 2 4 8 - 80 8 15 - 40 50 80/100
till 8/98 100% fix 100% fix 100% var. 150% var. 100% var. 150% var.
frm. 8/98 75% fix 100% fix 100% fix 100% var. 100% var. 100% var. 100% var. 100% var.
fix: cannot get changed with 4685 and Special Functions var.: can get changed with 4685 and Special Functions
A reduction of the oscillation amplitude can be helpfull if the excitation current has reached its maximum
(e.g. due to gas content, highly viscous medium or inhomogenious solid content). Not very effective.
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Excitation current between TP13 and TP12 (ground)
Excitation current in mAeff (Values apply to air or water)
Promass A Promass I Promass M/F Promass M
Amplitude DN 1 DN 2/4 DN 8/15/25 DN 40/50 DN 8/15/25 DN 40-100 DN 80
100% <15 <1 <5 <10 <3 <5 <10

Note!
If the amplitude of the measuring tube oscillation was decreased or increased by means of the Special Functions,
the TP value has to be recalculated proportional to that change. For peak values multiply by factor 1,41.
The excitation current depends on the application (e.g. solids, viscosity,...). If the excitation current is not stable
check the application (possibly solids or gas in the fluid).
Max. excitation current (not Ex versions): sensor type A(till I/98): 25 mAeff 0.25 Veff or 0.7 Vpp at TP13
type I, M, F, A(From II/98) : 100 mAeff = 1 Veff or 2,8 Vpp at TP13
TP 13 V p
Calculation of excitation current: 2 The instrument works even with Iexct at maximum
I Exct ( mAeff )
=
10
For Ex-versions: maximum value is approx. 25 - 50% of standard versions
5.2 Measuring Sensor
Resistance value of the inductive sensors
Measure with ohm meter at the plug of the connection board (see figure next page).
Sensor 1 (inlet): between Pin 3 (green cable) and Pin 2 (ground):
Sensor 2 (outlet): between Pin 1 (blue cable) and Pin 2 (ground):
Resistance value of the inductive sensors in [
] 5 *
+/-0,5
Promass A Promass I Promass M Promass F
DN 1...4 DN 8...50 DN 8...50 DN 80 DN 8...80 DN 100
262 36 104 52 35 (old 78) 6,4
* at 20 C (2%/5 C temperature deviation) The sensor has to be exchanged if an inductive sensor is defective
Resistance value of excitation coil
Measure resistance with ohm meter at the excitation coil plug between white cable and ground (screen, fig. next page).
] ( 5 at 20 C) *
Resistance in [
Promass A Promass I Promass M Promass F
DN 1...4 DN 8 DN 15 DN 25 DN 40 DN 50 DN DN DN 50 DN 80 DN DN DN 50 DN
8/15 25/40 8/15 25/40 80/100
262 152 40 54 52 68 172 57 40 40 118 20 27 88
till I/98 till 1/98
till I/98 till I/98
93 only DN1 63 61 30 31,5
from II/98 fr. II/98 fr.II/98
fr. II/98 fr. II/98
* (2%/5 C temperature deviation)
The sensor has to be exchanged if an excitation coil is defective.
Resistance values of temperature sensors
Measure resistance of the PT 1000 with an ohmmeter at the plug of the connection board (see figure):
PT 1000 carrier tube: between pin 7 (white) and pin 5 (ground): 1077 at 20 C (3,85 /C temperature shift),
PT 1000 measuring tube: between pin 6 (red) and pin 5 (ground): 1077 at 20 C (3,85 /C temperature shift).
The meter has to be exchanged if one of the temperature sensors is defective. Emergency operation by means of
an auxiliary resistor is possible with stable fluid temperature.
6. Flowjack and Simulation Board Connection
The Flowjack and the simulation board are connected to the amplifier board of the Promass 60/63 via two plugs.
Therefore the connection board of the inductive sensors has to be disconnected from plug V1.

Layout of test point PCB 320808 Pin assignment test point plug V8 on Amplifier PCB

ulatio n bo ard or V 8

RXD GND + 5V

TP 1 4 TP 9 TP 10

7. Connection of the remote version (FS), max. 20 m

Terminal compartment transmitter Terminal compartment sensor Err: excitation coil


TT: temperature carrier
TM: temperature tube
Pipe Body ground
S2: pick-up 2
S1: pick-up 1
br: brown
ws: white
rs: pink
ge: yellow
gn: green
gr: grey

Take care of a good potential equalisation between sensor and Tx