Reference Manual

00809-0100-4840, Rev. BA July 2008

Rosemount 3100 Series
Ultrasonic Liquid Level Transmitters

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Reference Manual
00809-0100-4840, Rev. BA July 2008

Rosemount 3100 Series

Rosemount 3100 Series Ultrasonic Liquid Level Transmitters
NOTICE
Read this manual before working with the product. For personal and system safety, and for optimum product performance, make sure you thoroughly understand the contents before installing, using, or maintaining this product. Within the United States, Rosemount Inc. has two toll-free assistance numbers. Customer Central: 1-800-999-9307(7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CST) Technical support, quoting, and order-related questions. North American Response Center: Equipment service needs. 1-800-654-7768 (24 hours a day – Includes Canada) For equipment service or support needs outside the United States, contact your local Rosemount representative.

The products described in this document are NOT designed for nuclear-qualified applications. Using non-nuclear qualified products in applications that require nuclear-qualified hardware or products may cause inaccurate readings. For information on Rosemount nuclear-qualified products, contact your local Rosemount Sales Representative. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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. . . . . . 4-7 Selecting the Action on Alarm Condition (The 3101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 Mechanical Installation . . . . . . . . . 4-9 Learn About Echoes From False Targets (The 3101) . . . . . 2-3 Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14 Lightning / Surge Protection and Other Loop Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 Before You Install . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rosemount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 Setting 4 mA and 20 mA Levels Using Ranging (The 3101) . . . . 3-11 Wiring for The Rosemount 3105. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12 Remote Temperature Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 Electrical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 Display Units (The 3101) . . . . . . . . 3-3 Mounting Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . . 4-6 Setting 4 mA and 20 mA Levels (The 3101). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10 Wiring for The Rosemount 3102. . . . . . . .com . . 4-5 Setting the Bottom Reference (The 3101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12 SECTION 4 Starting up www. . . . 4-10 Changing to Distance Mode (The 3101). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12 Overview (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14 Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14 Wiring to Allow HART® Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 Liquid Surface Conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 Theory of Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 In-tank Effects. . . . Rev. . . 2-1 Components of the Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9 Connecting the Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 First Measurements (The 3101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9 Wiring for The Rosemount 3101. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 Mounting the Transmitter Above the Liquid Surface . . . . . . . 4-11 Programming The 3102 and The 3105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Table of Contents SECTION 1 Introduction SECTION 2 Transmitter Overview SECTION 3 Installation Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 Display and Push-buttons. . 4-3 Programming The Rosemount 3101 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3 Before Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 System Architecture. . . . . . . . . 4-6 Setting the Output Damping (The 3101). . . 3-5 Open Channel Flow Installations (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Manual Overview . . . . . . . 4-2 Power Up . . . . 3-2 General Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3 Load Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Setting the Threshold (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . 4-19 Maximum Level Entry (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 Loop Test (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . 4-23 Setting the Output Damping (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 Engineering Menu For The 3102 and 3105 . . . . . . BA July 2008 Selecting the Duty (The 3102/3105). . . . . . . . . 5-9 Setting the Pulse Repetition Frequency (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11 Learn About Echoes From False Targets (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22 Setting the 20 mA Point (The 3102/3105) . 4-15 Power Factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. . . . . . 5-7 Setting the Dead Band (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Content (Volume) or Flow of liquids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25 Setting the Relay On and Off Points (The 3102) . . . . . . . . 5-6 Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13 Setting the Correct Bottom Reference (The 3102/3105) . . . . 5-1 Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . Content (Volume) or Flow of liquids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10 Setting Spike Rejection (The 3102/3105). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12 Setting the Ambient Temperature (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Setting Lost Echo Time (The 3102/3105). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10 Setting Valid Echo Count (The 3102/3105) . . A-3 Dimensional Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 Diagnostic Data (The 3102/3105). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4 Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 Diagnostics for The 3101. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15 Changing the Base Units (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . 4-28 SECTION 5 Service and Troubleshooting Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 General Troubleshooting (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 Diagnostics for The 3102 and The 3105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8 Setting the Frequency (The 3102/3105). . . . . . . . . 4-24 Selecting the Alarm Condition Action (The 3102/3105) . A-7 The 3105. . 5-13 Temperature Calibration (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . 5-16 Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-28 Power Failure. . . Level of liquids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22 Setting the 4 mA Point (The 3102/3105) . Level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26 Setting the 4 and 20 mA Levels Using Ranging (The 3102 and The 3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20 Maximum Flow Entry (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 Temperature and Pressure Ratings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-27 Final Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12 Selecting the Units of Measurement (The 3102/3105) . . . . A-6 The 3101. . . 4-14 Selecting a Profile (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-6 The 3102. . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14 Loading Factory Default Values (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-8 APPENDIX A Reference Data TOC--2 . 5-2 General Troubleshooting . . . . . 4-19 K-factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21 Maximum Contents (Volume) Entry (The 3102/3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . F-3 Parameter: SIMULATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9 APPENDIX B Product Certifications Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5 P001 (Tag Number) . . . . . . . . . . . F-13 P015 (Upper Range Value) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5 P011 (Tank Shape) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-2 Parameter: LEARN FALSE ECHO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5 P004 (Final Assembly Number) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reference Manual 000809-0100-4840. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-2 Parameter: PRESENT DEPTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5 P010 (Bottom Reference). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-5 IECEx Intrinsically Safe Approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3 Factory Mutual (FM) Approvals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5 P000 (Message) . . . Rev. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2 Factory Mutual (FM) Ordinary Location Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3 Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Approvals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-12 P014 (Profile Height or Power). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-9 Menus on The 3101. . . F-1 Transmitter Action Parameters (The 3102 And 3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-2 Parameter: SET AS EMPTY. . . . . . . . A-9 Accessories for The Rosemount 3101/3102/3105 . F-4 Transmitter P*** Parameters (The 3102 And 3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-2 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-12 P013 (PV Scale Factor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-7 Approval Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2 Hazardous Locations Certifications . . . F-3 Parameter: RESTART DEVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-3 Introduction . . F-13 P016 (Lower Range Value) . . . B-2 Non-hazardous Location Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-1 Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-1 Menus and Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . F-13 TOC--3 APPENDIX C Integrated Display Menus APPENDIX D Rosemount 3490 Series APPENDIX E HART Communicator APPENDIX F Parameters accessed over HART Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . B-2 Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Ordinary Location Certification. . . . . . . . . . . . . F-3 Parameter: DEFAULTS . . . .C-2 Menus on The 3102 And The 3105 . . . . . . . . . . F-5 P005 (Serial Number). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-6 National Supervision and Inspection Centre (NEPSI) Intrinsically Safe Approval . . . . . . . . . F-6 P012 (PV Units) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-2 Parameter: BASE UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-4 ATEX Intrinsically Safe Approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-3 Parameter: AUTO TANK MAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-3 Parameter: FACTORY USE . . . F-5 P002 (Description) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1 EU Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-17 P026 (Threshold) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-24 D917 (Threshold in Use) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-24 D949 (Model Code) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-19 P070 to P072 (Relay 1 Setting-up). . . . . . F-24 D916 (Frequency). . . F-24 D952 (Hardware Revision) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-24 D919 (Transmit Power) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SV) . . . . . . . . . . F-25 D963 (Txr Specific Command Revision) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-19 P069 (Level Offset). . . . F-21 P970 (TX Material) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-25 TOC--4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-24 D962 (HART Revision) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-17 P041 (Pulse Repeat) . F-23 D912 (Echo Success). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-15 P023 (Top Blanking Distance) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-25 D965 (Flags). . BA July 2008 P020 (Damping / Smoothing Time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-21 Transmitter D*** Parameters (The 3102 And 3105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-19 P048 (Threshold 1 Size). . . . . . . . . . . . F-17 P030 to P039 (Profile Points) . . F-19 P060 (Distance Offset) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-18 P043 (Threshold 1 Time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TV) . . . . . . . . . . F-22 D901 (Level. . . . . . . . . . F-23 D910 (Target Range) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FV) . . . . F-22 D902 (Distance. . . . . . . . F-22 D906 (Current Output) . . . . . F-24 D961 (Unique ID) . . . . . . . . . . F-25 D964 (Preambles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-14 P021 (Lost Echo Delay) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-23 D913 (Target Echoes) . . . . . . . . . Rev. . . . . . F-21 P089 (Clear False Echoes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-22 D905 (% of Current Output) . . F-24 D951 (Poll Address) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-18 P045 (Target Frequency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-20 P073 to P075 (Relay 2 Setting-up). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-24 D953 (Software Revision). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-18 P044 (Target Pulses) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-18 P042 (Echoes Needed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-22 D900 (Xmtr PV) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-16 P025 (Temperature) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-24 D960 (Manufacturer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-19 P063 (Bottom Blanking Distance). . . . . . F-23 D911 (Echo Size) . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-23 D914 (Speed of Sound) . . . . . . . . F-19 P049 (Spike Reject) . F-17 P040 (Transmit Power Control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-14 P022 (Lost Echo Action). . . F-15 P024 (Speed of Sound) . . . . F-22 D903 (Temperature. . . . . . . . F-24 D918 (Pulses in Use) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-21 P081 to P088 (False Echo Data) . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-23 D915 (Temperature) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . .g. . . . . . Use the equipment only as specified in this manual. . . . . . . • Any substitution of non-recognized parts may jeopardize safety. Information that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). substitution of components etc. . . . . . page 1-3 SAFETY MESSAGES Procedures and instructions in this manual may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. . . page 1-1 Manual Overview . . Failure to follow these installation guidelines could result in death or serious injury. . • • Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation. . . . . . . . Verify that the operating environment of the transmitter is consistent with the appropriate hazardous locations certifications. Refer to the safety messages listed at the beginning of each section before performing an operation preceded by this symbol. . . . . www. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Section 1 Introduction Safety Messages . . page 1-2 Service Support .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . . . Before connecting a HART®-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere. . Repair. . . . . . . . . . may also jeopardize safety and is under no circumstances allowed. Failure to do so may impair the protection provided by the equipment. . . . make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices. . . e. . . Explosions could result in death or serious injury.rosemount. . . . • • Electrical shock could cause death or serious injury. . . . . . .. . . . .com . . . . . . Use extreme caution when making contact with the leads and terminals. . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. . . . . . . . . .

Section 2: Transmitter Overview Section 3: Installation Section 4: Starting Up Section 5: Service and Troubleshooting Appendix A: Reference Data Appendix B: Product Certifications Appendix C: Integrated Display Menus Appendix D: Rosemount 3490 Series Appendix E: HART Communicator Appendix F: Parameters accessed over HART Communications 1-2 . BA July 2008 This manual provides installation.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series MANUAL OVERVIEW 00809-0100-4840. configuration and maintenance information for the Rosemount 3100 Series ultrasonic level transmitters. Rev.

If the product being returned was exposed to a hazardous substance as defined by OSHA. The center will ask for product model and serial numbers. The center will also ask for the process material to which the product was last exposed. contact the nearest Emerson Process Management representative. call the Emerson Process Management Instrument and Valves Response Center using the toll-free number 1-800-654-RSMT (7768). and will provide a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. SERVICE SUPPORT 1-3 . Emerson Process Management Instrument and Valves Response Center representatives will explain the additional information and procedures necessary to return goods exposed to hazardous substance can avoid injury if they are informed of and understand the hazard. a copy of the required Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each hazardous substance identified must be included with the returned goods. available 24 hours a day. This center. will assist you with any needed information or materials. Within the United States. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series To expedite the return process outside of the United States. Rev.

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. and output a 4–20 mA signal proportional to the selected variable. . Typical Application Using a Rosemount 3100 Series Transmitter www. Figure 2-1.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . . . . . . and uses ultrasonic pulses to continuously measure the distance to the surface of the liquid. . . . . The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 can compute level. . . . . . . . . or by remote communication using HART® (on The 3102 and The 3105 only). and output a 4–20 mA signal proportional to that level.com Level Distance . . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Section 2 Transmitter Overview Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . Programming is achieved using integral push buttons inside the enclosure. Rev. . . . . The 3105 may be mounted in a hazardous area if powered from a protected power supply. . . . . . . page 2-1 Components of the Transmitter . . . volume. . . . . . . . or flow. The microprocessor-controlled electronics calculates distance to the liquid level from the time delay between the transmitting and receiving of the signals (Figure 2-1). . . . . . . . . . .rosemount. . . An LCD inside the enclosure displays the selected measurement. . . page 2-2 System Architecture . . page 2-3 THEORY OF OPERATION The Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter is designed to be mounted above a liquid. . When programmed with the bottom reference of the application – usually the bottom of a tank – The Rosemount 3101 will compute the liquid depth (level). . . . . . . distance-to-surface.

See “Specifications” on page A-1. and terminals for connecting the external power supply. mounting thread Transmitter face 2-2 . BA July 2008 The Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter has a housing containing advanced electronics for signal processing. The 3100 Series 1 /2–14 NPT conduit threads Electronics housing 2-in. Rev. The electronics produces an ultrasonic signal from the transmitter face.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series COMPONENTS OF THE TRANSMITTER 00809-0100-4840. Figure 2-2.

SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Figure 2-3. a Field Communicator. The transmitter can be connected to a Rosemount 751 Field Signal Indicator.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. The transmitter can easily be configured by using a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. A comprehensive specification for the Rosemount 3100 Series is in the section “Specifications” on page A-1. shielded cable. the output is a 4–20 mA analog signal. The transmitter can be connected to any suitable 24 Vdc power source using two-core. On The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105. communication is restricted to digital since current is fixed to 4 mA. or a PC with AMS™ Suite: Intelligence Device Manager software can be used to configure the transmitter. the output can be a 4–20 mA analog signal or a digital HART signal. On The Rosemount 3101. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series The Rosemount 3100 Series is loop-powered which means it uses the same two wires for both power supply and output signal. In this case. Rev. NOTE It is possible to use the multidrop function with the HART protocol. System Architecture 2-3 . Alternatively.

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. Explosions could result in death or serious injury: Verify that the operating environment of the transmitter is consistent with the appropriate hazardous locations certifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-3 Electrical Installation . Rev. Make sure the main power to the Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter is off and the lines to any other external power source are disconnected or not powered while wiring. . . . . Information that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). . . Do not perform any service other than those contained in this manual unless you are qualified. Failure to follow safe installation and servicing guidelines could result in death or serious injury: Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation. . . . . . . .rosemount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Make sure that the transmitter is handled carefully. . page 3-2 Mechanical Installation . . www. . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Section 3 Installation Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Use the equipment only as specified in this manual. . . .com . . . . . Process leaks could result in death or serious injury. . . . . . . make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices. . . . . . . . . Please refer to the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by this symbol. . . . High voltage that may be present on leads could cause electrical shock: Avoid contact with leads and terminals. . page 3-9 SAFETY MESSAGES Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. Before connecting a HART-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-1 Before You Install . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . Do not remove the housing cover in explosive atmospheres when the circuit is alive. . . . Failure to do so may impair the protection provided by the equipment.

The transmitter may be site-tuned to deal with most application conditions. Aggressive Substances are acidic liquids or gases that may attack metals or solvents that may affect polymeric materials. NOTE: The Rosemount 3100 Series is designed to be mounted in a non-metallic fitting or flange. Internal and external earth terminals are provided on equipment with metal housings for Functional Earthing only. General Considerations Guidelines: a) Installation must be carried out by suitably trained personnel in accordance with the applicable code of practice. thus ensuring that the type of protection is not compromised. Please see “Accessories for The Rosemount 3101/3102/3105“ on page A-9. To ensure electro-magnetic compatibility. do not use solvents.75 Amps by a fuse or other means. h) This transmitter is classified Type A in accordance with the European EMC directive 2004/108/EC. or establishing. c) The equipment should only be cleaned with a damp cloth. The use of metallic fittings/flanges is not recommended. in any member state. or other high-powered electrical device. it is the responsibility of the user to take suitable precautions that prevent it from being adversely affected. d) The equipment is not intended to be repaired by the user and is to be replaced by an equivalent certified unit. g) Note that if the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer. NOTE: It is not advisable to mount the transmitter in close proximity to a source of electrical noise such as a variable-speed drive. BA July 2008 It is important to position the transmitter for reliable ultrasonic level measurement. e) The transmitter is Double Insulated. Rev.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series BEFORE YOU INSTALL 00809-0100-4840. that it is resistant to specific chemicals. and therefore Protective Earthing is not required. from the material's datasheet. the protection afforded by the equipment may be impaired. b) If the equipment is likely to come into contact with aggressive substances. it should not be installed in a residential area. the supply to the equipment must be limited to 3. Repairs should only be carried out by the manufacturer or approved repairer. Suitable Precautions are regular checks as part of routine inspections. f) To maintain protection against the possible spread of fire. 3-2 . but it is recommended that the following guidelines be adopted wherever relevant.

Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.3 m) to the wall.2 in.3 m) to the transmitter face.) b) The transmitter should be mounted as near vertical as possible to ensure a good echo from the liquid surface and maximum echo size received. may generate echoes which can be confused with the real liquid surface echo. there will be no false echo generated if the wall is smooth and free of protrusions. (0. h) If the transmitter is mounted in a stand-off or nozzle.) (See “Accessories for The Rosemount 3101/3102/3105“ on page A-9. j) 3-3 . If this is not possible. it is recommended that the transmitter not be mounted closer than 12 in. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series MECHANICAL INSTALLATION Mounting Considerations Guidelines: a) The transmitter should be mounted above the liquid surface using the 2-inch thread provided. (0. To avoid large echo size loss. dirty. The beam angle (to the half-power-point) of the transmitter is 12 degrees inclusive. f) Fatty. d) To avoid detecting unwanted objects in the tank or well. or well. (See Figure 3-1 on page 3-4. avoid mounting the transmitter in the center of the tank roof because this could act as a parabolic reflector and create unwanted echoes. (5 mm) into the tank. Wherever possible. (See “Mounting the Transmitter Above the Liquid Surface“ on page 3-5.) e) If the transmitter is located near the side of the tank or well. The transmitter will not detect any liquid surface closer than 12 in. g) If the transmitter is mounted in an enclosed tank. the transmitter face should protrude be at least 0. see “Mounting the Transmitter Above the Liquid Surface“ on page 3-5. Avoid false echoes by enabling the “scum line prevention” software feature in a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. the transmitter should be positioned to avoid false echoes. i) If the transmitter is used in environments where direct sunlight can cause very high surface temperatures on exposed instruments. c) Obstructions in the tank. a sun-shade is recommended. Rev. Avoid applications where heavy condensation could form on the transmitter face. but there will still be a reduction in the echo size. Obstructions within the beam angle generate strong false echoes. it is advisable to maintain a distance of at least 1.3 in. from the center line of the transmitter for every foot (11 cm per meter) range to the obstruction. or viscous liquids can cause a “scum line” to build-up on the tank or well wall.

if necessary. The effects of turbulence are minor.11m/m (1. a perforated reflector plate can be installed on the tank bottom directly under the transmitter center line to ensure a satisfactory return echo. Mount an ultrasonic transmitter over an area of clear liquid. 3° 00809-0100-4840. b) Avoid mounting the transmitter directly over any inlet stream. In extreme conditions. mount the transmitter off-center. If needed.3m (12”) C Liquid Surface Conditions Guidelines: a) Foaming liquids can reduce the size of the returned echo because foam is a poor ultrasonic reflector. d) Avoid mounting the transmitter directly above pumps because the transmitter will detect the pump casing as the liquid falls away. such as near the inlet to a tank or well. In-tank Effects Guidelines: a) Stirrers or agitators can cause a vortex. Rev. Min and max distances from vessel wall Max. Mount the transmitter off-center of any vortex to maximize the return echo.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Figure 3-1. fine-tuning of the transmitter on site may be required. but excessive turbulence can be dealt with by fine-tuning the transmitter on site. 3-4 . or where this is not possible. It is important that the bottom of the stilling tube stays covered to prevent the ingress of foams. C = 0. The transmitter can learn to ignore these false echoes (see “Learn About Echoes From False Targets (The 3102/3105)“ on page 5-12. c) In non-linear tanks with rounded or conical bottoms. (100 mm) and is smooth and free from joints or protrusions.3”/ft) C Min. they create echoes as they pass through the ultrasonic beam. the transmitter may be mounted in a vented stilling tube provided that the inside measurement of the stilling tube is at least 4 in. BA July 2008 Use non-metallic fitting / flange Beam angle 6° max. c) Liquid surface turbulence is not normally a problem unless it is excessive. = 0. b) If stirrer blades become uncovered. If this is not possible.

ft (2 Nm) using the hexagon. Ensure that the transmitter is perpendicular to the liquid surface to maximize the return echo size. Do not use the transmitter housing to tighten. Rev. e) Tighten to a torque of 1. 3. d) Insert the transmitter into the disc. NOTE: If the transmitter face does not protrude into the vessel. When installing on a vessel with a nozzle or stand-off (Figure 3-2 on page 3-6): a) Use PTFE tape on the screw thread (Figure 3-2 on page 3-6). For transmitter weight. See “Accessories for The Rosemount 3101/3102/3105“ on page A-9. b) Attach bracket and disc to a support. NOTE: The bracket kit contains a stainless steel angle bracket and PVC threaded disc. Procedure: 1. which may be used to mount the transmitter on a support over the liquid surface. and ensure that the nozzle/vessel weld is smooth and free from internal weld beads or other projections.3-m) blanking zone of the transmitter. Do not use the transmitter housing to tighten. Mounting the Transmitter Above the Liquid Surface 3-5 . To help installation. Check that the maximum liquid level will not enter the 12-in. When installing using a bracket kit (Figure 3-3 on page 3-6): a) Attach bracket to the disc using the 3 screws provided. BSPT or 2-in. and is clearly marked on the hexagon of the transmitter body. c) Use PTFE tape on the screw thread of the transmitter (Figure 3-2 on page 3-6). NOTE: The Rosemount 3100 Series is designed to be mounted in a non-metallic fitting or flange. The combined weight of bracket and disc is 16 oz (0. 2. d) Tighten to a torque of 1. see “Specifications“ on page A-1. (0. The use of metallic fittings/flanges is not recommended. The thread form is either 2-in.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. 4. c) Turn the transmitter until it is properly secured in the process connection (Figure 3-2 on page 3-6). NPT.5 lbf.ft (2 Nm) using the hexagon.5 lbf. The bracket and disc dimensions are in Figure A-2 on page A-5. note the dimensions in Table 3-1 for Figure 3-2.5 kg). BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series A 2-in. flange accessories and bracket kits are available from Emerson Process Management. thread is provided to mount the transmitter. b) Lower transmitter into the tank through the process connection.

Do not use housing to tighten PTFE (Teflon®) L D NOTE: If the transmitter face does not protrude into the vessel. and always ensure that the nozzle/vessel weld is smooth and free from internal weld beads or other projections. (350 mm) 3 Figure 3-3.5 lbf. (100 mm) 4 in. (100 mm) 8 in.5 kg) 3-6 . Table 3-1.ft (2 Nm) using the hexagon.) DN80 (3 in. Rev.4X 13 Long Self Tap Screw (3 Positions) Carbon steel (zinc plated) Note: Combined weight of bracket and disc is 16 oz (0.) DN125 (5 in. Mounting the Rosemount 3100 Series Using a Bracket Kit Stainless steel bracket PVC disc No. (18 mm) 4 in. BA July 2008 Use non-metallic fitting / flange Tighten to a torque of 1.) Maximum Nozzle Length (L) /4 in.) DN100 (4 in.) ≥DN150 (6 in. (200 mm) 14 in.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Figure 3-2. Mounting the Rosemount 3100 Series Using a Nozzle/Stand-off 00809-0100-4840. Nozzle Diameter Size (D) and Max Length (L) Nozzle Diameter Size (D) DN50 (2 in. note the dimensions in Table 3-1 for Figure 3-2.

g. For full details of the installation of a primary element. the front face of the transmitter should be positioned at a height that is at least equal to the maximum flow depth plus the blanking distance of the transmitter (see Figure 3-4). the primary element (flow structure) and the secondary element (Head measurement instrumentation). A minimum distance of 12. weir) invert 3-7 . Choosing the Height Position Above a Flow Hmax + 12. or three to four times Hmax for a flume. is the ultrasonic transmitter. such as a flume or weir. (0. a distance of four to five times Hmax for a thin plate weir. Bottom Reference of a Flow Channel Transmitter front face Flow Channel invert Primary device (e. in this case. Hmax It is important to note that the bottom reference of the transmitter should be related to the center of the invert of the primary device (see Figure 3-5). both parts of the system must be installed accurately.2 in. and NOT the distance to the channel bottom directly below the transmitter.g. For accurate open channel flow measurement. For optimum accuracy. This manual explains some key aspects of the installation of the secondary element. Figure 3-5. which. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series There are normally two distinct parts to an open channel flow measurement system. reference should be made to the relevant British (BS3680) or International standard. Positioning of the transmitter is critical and should be the correct distance upstream from the flow structure as stated in BS3680 e. flume.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Open Channel Flow Installations (The 3102/3105) Figure 3-4.31 m) from the flow is recommended. Rev.2 in.

Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. or other object that may cause flow disruption.) For maximum accuracy and stability of the level measurement reading. Figure 3-6. and must be protected at all times from direct sunlight and any radiated heat. when setting the bottom reference on a 'V' notch weir it is important that the true invert of the weir is taken (Figure 3-6).) The Rosemount 3100 Series has integral temperature compensation. mount the transmitter within the flow channel. The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 have the option of a Remote Temperature Sensor for temperature compensation (see page 3-14. smooth. Rev. (A chamber is also known as a bridle or cage. Bottom Reference of ‘V’ Notch Weir Meniscus True invert NOTES: • The liquid surface at the point of measurement must be stable. foam. The primary element should be free from a situation where it is likely to 'drown' (refer to relevant Standard for further information. It must not be affected by baffles. and NOT the meniscus liquid level that may be 1/8 in. the transmitter should always be protected from direct sunlight. or in a chamber. hydraulic jumps. (3 to 4 mm) above the true invert.) • • • • 3-8 Transmitter bottom reference . If the flow structure permits. and have a uniform approach velocity. BA July 2008 In addition.

tighten the cable gland. Pull the cable through the cable gland/conduit. b) For The Rosemount 3102. Rev. Any unused entry must be sealed with a suitably rated blanking plug. c) For The Rosemount 3105. and seals are in good condition. NOTE: To comply with the CSA approval. Make sure that the transmitter housing is grounded. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION Connecting the Transmitter The Rosemount 3100 Series is a two-wire loop-powered transmitter accepting power supplies as follows: • • • The 3101: 12 to 30 Vdc The 3102: 12 to 40 Vdc The 3105: 12 to 40 Vdc (non-hazardous). or a class 2 or SELV source. 4. Check that the cover seal is in good condition. 12 to 30 Vdc (hazardous).Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Make sure that the power supply is disconnected. 3. and not twisted or misaligned in the seal location groove. To connect the transmitter: 1. 2. 6. ensure all cable glands. After Completing the Wiring To maintain the weather-proof rating and hazardous area protection of the transmitter. Replace the cover. When replacing the cover. Remove the cover of the transmitter housing. tighten the three cover screws evenly to exert uniform pressure on the cover seal. and connect the power supply. A suitable conduit system or cable gland must be used to maintain the weather-proof rating and hazardous area protection. Each transmitter is supplied with two cable entries. blanking plugs. 5. connect wires according to the section “Wiring for The Rosemount 3105“ on page 3-12. Connect the cable wires: a) For The Rosemount 3101. 3-9 . connect wires according to the section “Wiring for The Rosemount 3101“ on page 3-10. connect wires according to the section “Wiring for The Rosemount 3102“ on page 3-11. The 3101 and The 3102 must be powered from a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit.

0. Figure 3-7. 0. BA July 2008 The Rosemount 3101 is not intrinsically safe. Table 3-2.22mm2 (24 swg / 23 awg) Max. 1. and is for use in non-hazardous (Ordinary Location) installations only.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Wiring for The Rosemount 3101 00809-0100-4840. Wiring diagram for The Rosemount 3101.31") 0VDC +12-30VDC Twisted-pair. Connections for The 3101 Connections Terminal 1 Terminal 2 Earth Screen 24 Vdc 0 Vdc Connect to ground (earth) in the control room. Max 3000m (9750ft) Ground in the control room only Min.15 . NOTE! Make sure that the power supply is off when connecting the transmitter. Wire the transmitter as shown in Figure 3-7. Rev. screened Min. 12VDC Ø 4-8mm (0.5mm2 (16 swg / 18 awg) 3-10 .

Rev. Figure 3-8. 0. RL2 (SPST) . Wiring for The 3102 Max 3000m (9750ft) Ground in the control room only Min.5mm2 (16 swg / 18 awg) Relays The 3102 has two integral relays which may be used for fault indication (default) or control purposes. Wiring for The Rosemount 3102 Table 3-3.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.see page 3-11. and is for use in non-hazardous (Ordinary Location) installations only. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series The Rosemount 3102 is not intrinsically safe. RL1 (SPST) .see page 3-11. see “Wiring to Allow HART® Communication“ on page 3-14 NOTE! Make sure the power supply is off when connecting the transmitter.22mm2 (24 swg / 23 awg) Max. 12VDC Ø 4-8mm (0. Remote temperature sensor (if used) .see page 3-11. screened Min.31") 0VDC +12-40VDC Twisted-pair. Wire the transmitter as shown in Figure 3-8. Connections to The 3102 Connections Terminal 1 Terminal 2 Terminal 3 Terminal 4 Terminal 5 Terminal 6 Terminal 7 Terminal 8 Earth Screen 24 Vdc 0 Vdc RL1 (SPST) . 3-11 .see page 3-14. Remote temperature sensor (if used) .see page 3-11. 1. RL2 (SPST) . If HART® digital communications is required.0. Connect to a ground (earth) in the control room.15 . These relays are for light duty and should be used as signal relays only.see page 3-14. with control functions being performed by external control relays.

when applicable. If HART® digital communications is required.see page 3-14 Connect to a ground (earth) in the control room.but may be re-configured on-site as a set-point relay if required. NOTE! Make sure the power supply is off when connecting the transmitter. Io and Po are less than Ui. the sum of the capacitance and the inductance of the transmitter and the connecting cable fitted must not exceed the maximum specified for the barrier chosen. NOTE! Make sure that the instruments in the loop are installed according to intrinsically-safe field wiring practices and control drawings. wire the transmitter as shown in Figure 3-9. Rev. The barrier must be chosen such that its output parameters Uo. Ii and Pi of the transmitter (see Appendix B). BA July 2008 Relay number 2 is defaulted as a 'fault' relay . NO additional safety barriers are required as the output from the control unit is Intrinsically Safe. 3-12 . Installation In a Non-hazardous Area For non-hazardous (Ordinary Location) installations. In this case.see page 3-14 Remote temperature sensor (if used) . Installation In a Hazardous Area When The 3105 is used with a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. Connections for The 3105 Connections Terminal 1 Terminal 2 Terminal 7 Terminal 8 Earth Screen 24 Vdc 0 Vdc Remote temperature sensor (if used) . In addition.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. see “Wiring to Allow HART® Communication“ on page 3-14.) Wiring for The Rosemount 3105 The Rosemount 3105 is for intrinsically safe installations. Table 3-4. See Appendix B for the safety approvals and control drawings for the Rosemount 3100 Series. ensure a suitable Intrinsically Safe barrier is fitted in the non-hazardous (safe) area.normally energized . Relay status indicators are on the LCD inside the housing (see “Display and Push-buttons“ on page 4-2. If powering the transmitter from any other power supply. wire the transmitter as shown in Figure 3-9.

Wiring Diagram for the Rosemount 3105.5mm2 (16 swg / 18 awg) 3-13 .) Twisted-pair. 12VDC Ø 4-8mm (0.S.15 .0. application. Max 3000m (9750ft) Ground in the control room only Min. 0.22mm2 (24 swg / 23 awg) Max. 1.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.31") 0VDC +12-40VDC (non I.S. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Figure 3-9. Rev. screened Min. application) or +12-30VDC from protective barrier (I.

After the load resistor is installed. there is no need to install an external load resistor in the loop because a suitable resistor is built in to the control unit. a suppressor device should be installed between the transmitter and the control unit. 0. When connected to the transmitter. but it should be mounted out of direct sunlight in a position so that it can give a representative reading of the air temperature between the liquid surface and the transmitter. a 250 Ohm. 3-14 . Rev. ensure the type chosen will pass HART® information. NOTE: When the transmitter is used with a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. Wiring to Allow HART® Communication If HART communications (available on The 3102 and The 3105) is required.25 W load resistor must be installed in the loop. If the transmitter is being supplied through a safety barrier. NOTE: Avoid connecting any other temperature sensor to The 3102 and The 3105. when applicable. Full installation instructions are supplied with the temperature sensor. If the area is prone to lightning strikes or voltage surges.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Remote Temperature Sensor 00809-0100-4840. NOTE! Make sure that the instruments in the loop are installed according to intrinsically-safe field wiring practices and control drawings. Lightning / Surge Protection and Other Loop Devices Loop-powered or separately powered devices can be included in the two-wire loop if the transmitter receives a minimum voltage of 12 Vdc at 21 mA loop current. a 375 Field Communicator can be connected across the load resistor. or across the loop at any point downstream of the load resistor. BA July 2008 The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 accept input from a remote temperature sensor (see “Accessories for The Rosemount 3101/3102/3105“ on page A-9.) This is a thermistor-based temperature sensor designed for use with The 3102 and The 3105. the remote temperature sensor may be installed in a hazardous area without the need for any additional protection / barriers.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Do not remove the gauge cover in explosive atmospheres when the circuit is alive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4-12 Final Checks .com . Do not perform any service other than those contained in this manual unless you are qualified. . . . Explosions could result in death or serious injury: Verify that the operating environment of the gauge is consistent with the appropriate hazardous locations certifications. . . page 4-1 Overview . page 4-4 Programming The 3102 and The 3105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4-28 SAFETY MESSAGES Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. . . . . . page 4-2 Programming The Rosemount 3101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rosemount. . . Use the equipment only as specified in this manual. . . . . . . . . . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . . . . Failure to follow safe installation and servicing guidelines could result in death or serious injury: Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation. . Before connecting a HART-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere. . . . . . . page 4-28 Power Failure . Refer to the safety messages listed at the beginning of each section before performing an operation preceded by this symbol. . . . . . . Rev. . . . . . . . . www. . . . . . . . . . . . . make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices. . . . . . . . . . Failure to do so may impair the protection provided by the equipment. . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Section 4 Starting up Safety Messages . . Information that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). . .

The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 are HART-enabled. data is displayed to assist with programming. Under the PV display is a text string indicating the units of measurement. In programming mode. and navigated for programming the instrument using ↓ and → steps. It is made up of three arc segments that continuously indicate the strength of the echo received (minimum. The memory locations may be pictured as a matrix. Rev. or locally using the push-buttons provided inside the transmitter. Display and Push-buttons Alarm Fault Green Button Blue Button Red Button 4-2 . each held in a specific memory location within the transmitter. To the right of the PV display on The Rosemount 3102 are two arrow icons that indicate the status of the transmitter relays. one will be illuminated to indicate the selected duty. and good). Refer to Appendix D or Appendix E for details of HART communications.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series OVERVIEW 00809-0100-4840. average. The transmitter is pre-programmed at the factory with a value in each parameter location so that when the power is first applied. Default values are listed in Appendix D. This section details the local programming. allowing remote communications with the instrument. Figure 4-1. To the left of the main display are four arrow icons. the transmitter gives a sensible reading. The Integral Display Menu structure is shown in Appendix C. When illuminated. The transmitter can be programmed using a suitable HART-compatible master. The transmitter will illuminate only those characters applicable to the units of measurement chosen. To the right of the text string is an echo received icon. the Primary Value (PV) measurement is displayed. Display and Push-buttons The integral display allows up to five characters. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series liquid level transmitters are operated from a menu of parameters. In running mode. they indicate the relay contact is closed.

the new data will automatically be saved. e) Pressing the red button ↵ at any time will return you to the previous level in the menu. to enter the transmitter during programming or the circuit boards may be damaged. This will clear the memory of any previous data entered on site. All programmed data is retained in the transmitter memory after the power is turned off. b) See the instructions below on how to use the push-buttons to navigate through the programming menu and select or enter application data. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series When the power is turned on. to avoid damaging the circuit boards. Rev. On a new instrument aimed at a good target. The transmitter is now ready to be set-up with details of the application. g) The transmitter has a “re-set default values” routine that reloads the transmitter memory with the factory default values.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. and the RL2 icon on The Rosemount 3102. f) If the red button ↵ is pressed after new data has been entered. the display indicates the live measurement based upon the factory default values in memory. Also. The duty icon against the letter L on the top plate. The RL1 icon on The 3102 may be illuminated. or water. After these checks are complete. or after. The transmitter may be programmed prior to. 4-3 . the transmitter calculates a level reading based upon the default value for the bottom reference. to avoid entering incorrect data. Power Up Before Programming Important notes to help you program the transmitter: a) Do not allow rain. first illuminating all display characters. d) Holding down the green button ↓ scrolls through any option list. depending on the level calculated by the transmitter at this time. and then showing the software revision number. a full set of zeros is displayed while the microprocessor identifies the correct return echo. but not too hard. will be illuminated. installation. do not push the buttons too fast. Finally. c) Push the buttons firmly. the transmitter takes several seconds to initialize. The display will run a set-up routine.

(100 mm) is not recommended. The 4–20 mA output may be set to operate over all or just a part of the total measuring range. 314. 26. 3101****RC**: Feet to Inches.000 ft. There is no limit on the minimum span of the current output. c) The display units will then change according to the following sequence: 3101****SC**: Metres to Feet. and Inches to Metres. e) Confirm the display units by releasing the blue button →. and Metres to Feet. Rev.24 in.) b) Hold down the blue button → for 10 seconds. The 4 mA level may be set above or below the 20 mA level to suit the monitoring or control equipment. The display units are derived as a last operation using a pre-programmed conversion factor. To change the display units: a) Start from the PV display (see the note above. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure showing how to access all the menu options and return to the PV display. NOTE: The Rosemount 3101 measures and calculates in meters.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series PROGRAMMING THE ROSEMOUNT 3101 Display Units (The 3101) 00809-0100-4840. The same units must be used when programming in the bottom reference and the 4 and 20 mA points. The display units are indicated by the position of the decimal point in the displayed PV value: Units Display m 8. but do not release it yet. BA July 2008 Refer the Integral Display menu on a card tucked between the housing and body. Feet to Inches. 4-4 . d) Continue to hold down the blue button → to change to the next display unit in the above sequence after every three seconds. and in Appendix C. although a span below 4 in.9 Default values are as follows: 3101****SC**: m 3101****RC**: ft. Inches to Metres.

NOTE: A useful feature at this stage is that the transmitter can be used as an electronic tape measure. This value is calculated by the microprocessor as being the difference between the distance-to-target being measured and the default value for the datum or bottom reference (b. 4-5 . NOTE: It is useful at this point to check that the maximum echo size available is being received.rEF.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. as the various default values are changed. This distance can be noted and later used when setting b. the display will show what the instrument calculates as the liquid depth (level). the signal strength will vary over a wide range: 20 to 80.rEF). This is a scale of 0 to 100. This value is shown alternately with the text “diSt” to indicate the display is in distance mode. With an empty tank or vessel. press the blue button → to change the PV display to indicate distance-to-target. as measured by the transmitter from the transmitter face. In most applications. the central “:” cursor will flash once for every echo received. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series With the transmitter installed and display units selected. Rev. NOTE: The output of the transmitter will vary during programming. Adjust the position of the instrument until the highest echo size is continually shown. the transmitter will read the distance to the bottom of the tank. Press the blue button → again to return to the original level reading and start the calibration routine. Bottom Reference Distance-to-target Bottom Reference Depth (Level) Before changing any of the default values. With the display in this mode. The calculation can be checked against a manual measurement if required. (It is possible to record a value greater than 100). First Measurements (The 3101) Figure 4-2. Press the blue button → again to get to the echo size. which under normal circumstances will be once per second. The display will automatically revert to the level or distance reading from any other display after a period of four minutes.

rEF” menu option (see above note. and then press the green button ↓ to get to the next menu option. The first digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. j) If the new value is incorrect. The “b. NOTE: To set the 4 and 20 mA levels by ranging the transmitter to a fixed target. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. skip these menu options by pressing the green button ↓ twice to get to the next menu option. Setting 4 mA and 20 mA Levels (The 3101) Screen display: 4 and 20 The 4 mA level may be set above.rEF value. press the green button ↓ to indicate the “b.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Setting the Bottom Reference (The 3101) Screen display: b. press the red button ↵ to save. or below. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. 4-6 . BA July 2008 NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu for b. None of the digits should now be flashing. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. press the red button ↵. i) If the new value is correct. To change the bottom reference (b. The display changes to the next menu option. c) If this value is correct. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. Rev.rEF” re-appears. such as the level in the tank at any particular time.rEF 00809-0100-4840. c) If this value is correct. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited.rEF value. The display indicates the present value of the 4 mA level.rEF. and then press the green button ↓ to get to the next menu option. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new b. press the red button ↵. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “4” menu option is indicated (see above note. d) Press the blue button → to start editing. and edited as required. d) Press the blue button → to start editing.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu for the 4 mA level. the 20 mA level to suit the monitoring or control equipment. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing.rEF) setting: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. To change the 4 mA value: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. The display indicates the present b. The first digit will flash to indicate it can be edited.

press the blue button → to exit to the menu. j) If the new value is incorrect. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. The display changes to the next menu option. a damping time of zero will not necessarily give an immediate response. (It would be unusual to select a value greater than 30 seconds. None of the digits should now be flashing. Rev. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. j) If the new value is incorrect. A new value may be entered up to 999 seconds. and is applied as smoothing to the level reading and the output current. in which case no smoothing is applied to the Current Output and transmitter readings immediately change the output. The “4” re-appears. and smooth out the effects of turbulence and ripples on the liquid surface. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new 4 mA level. The first digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu.) A value of zero may be edited. and edited as required. and edited as required. None of the digits should now be flashing. i) If the new value is correct. Setting the Output Damping (The 3101) Screen display: d The damping value is a time constant in seconds. 4-7 . g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. press the red button ↵ to save. press the red button ↵. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. d) Press the blue button → to start editing. The display indicates the present value of the 20 mA level. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. i) If the new value is correct. c) If this value is correct. To change the 20 mA value: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. A larger value will have the effect of smoothing out rapid changes of level. The “20” re-appears. and then press the green button ↓ to get to the next menu option. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new 20 mA level. The display changes to the next menu option. press the red button ↵ to save. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu for the 20 mA level. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “20” menu option is indicated (see above note. NOTE: Because The Rosemount 3101 transmits nominally at once per second.

The display indicates the present action setting. press the red button ↵ to save. The display flashes alternately “LE” and the alarm action. c) If this value is correct. 4-8 . press the red button ↵ and then the green button to get to the next menu option. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. The display flashes alternately “LE” and the last valid reading. Rev. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “AL” menu option is indicated (see above note. The first digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. To change from the default action of Hold: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu “d”. i) If the new value is correct. BA July 2008 NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. The current on the two wire loop will decrease to 3.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu “AL”. The display changes to the next menu option. The “d” re-appears. The current will freeze at the value it was last reading and remain there until a correct target echo is recovered. The display indicates the present damping value. j) If the new value is incorrect. None of the digits should now be flashing. Hold Lo NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. and edited as required. There are three options for an alarm condition: Hi The current on the two-wire loop will increase to 21 mA and remain there until a correct target echo is recovered. f) Press the blue button → to select the next digit. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit.6 mA and remain there until a correct target echo is recovered. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new damping value. The display flashes alternately “LE” and the alarm action. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. To change the output damping: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. Selecting the Action on Alarm Condition (The 3101) Screen display: AL The transmitter signals an alarm condition if the target echo is lost for more than 10 seconds. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “d” menu option is indicated (see above note. d) Press the blue button → to start editing.

g) If the new action is correct. NOTE: If the 4 and 20 mA levels are programmed as described above. e) Press the blue button → to confirm the new level reading is the new 4 mA level. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The display changes to the next menu option. The display changes to the next menu option. If this setting is correct. The action flashes to indicate it can be edited. c) The display indicates the present 4 mA level setting. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. press the red button ↵ and then the green button to get to the next menu option. not the new level reading. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “S-20” menu option is indicated (see above note. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series c) If this action is correct. h) If the new action is incorrect. g) If the new 4 mA level is incorrect. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “S--4” menu option is indicated (see above note. Setting 4 mA and 20 mA Levels Using Ranging (The 3101) Screen display: S--4 and S-20 This is for setting the 4 mA or 20 mA levels by ranging the instrument to a known target. The “AL” re-appears. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. The display flashes alternately “4” and the new level reading. To change the 20 mA level: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. press the red button ↵ and then the green button to get to the next menu option. press the red button ↵ to save. f) If the new 4 mA level is correct.) b) Ensure the target is the 4 mA level and. d) Press the blue button → to start editing. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. e. press the blue button →.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. the present level in a vessel.) 4-9 . d) Press the blue button → to start editing. this menu can be skipped. “Lrn”. with the display indicating that level. Rev. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. f) Press the blue button → to confirm an action. To change the 4 mA level: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the actions. press the red button ↵ to save.g. The menu option “S--4” re-appears. The flashing then stops. Press the green button ↓ to get to the final menu option.

press the blue button →. which can then be ignored in future operations. g) To store another false target echo. Learn About Echoes From False Targets (The 3101) The Rosemount 3101 has an easy-to-use “Lrn” (Learn) routine that allows the instrument to learn up to two false echoes. After four seconds. e) Press the blue button → to confirm the new level reading is the new 20 mA level. press the red button ↵ to save. press the red button ↵ and then the green button to get to the next menu option. if this false echo shouldn't be saved. hold the blue button down → for five seconds. re-start from step (b). press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “Lrn” menu option is indicated (see above note. Rev. The display changes to the next menu option. If this value is correct.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “Lrn” menu. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. with the display indicating that level. c) The display indicates the present 20 mA level setting. d) To store a new false echo. e) The display alternately flashes “Lrn” and the false target position. NOTE: If there are two false echoes stored (“Lrn2”). The display flashes alternately “20” and the new level reading. c) To exit to the menu at this stage. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. BA July 2008 b) Ensure the target is the 20 mA level and.) 4-10 . the instrument can learn to ignore this false echo. f) If the new 20 mA level is correct. The menu option “S-20” re-appears.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. either during or after setting-up or if a problem occurs later. After the transmitter is in operational. not the new level reading. the false target position is stored and the display re-indicates “LrnX”. However. If the application is simple and there are no false echoes. g) If the new 20 mA level is incorrect. h) Press the green button ↓ to exit the menu and return to the PV display. To store a false target echo: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. f) Press the red button ↵ to save this false echo and exit to the menu. 1 or 2) is the number of stored false target echoes. The “Lrn” routine may be used at any time. if an echo other than the true liquid surface echo is detected and an incorrect level reading is indicated. press the red button ↵ and then the green button ↓ to get to the next menu option. press the green button ↓ to exit the integral display menu and return the instrument to indicating the level reading on the display. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. d) Press the blue button → to start editing. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. the transmitter will not allow another echo to be stored until the memory is cleared (see next procedure. The display indicates “LrnX” where “X” (0.

the transmitter sets up a 'window' around the false target and ignores any echo from that window. and the display will alternate between “Dist” and the distance-to-target.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. d) Press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. To clear all the stored false echoes: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “Lrn” menu. the display can be changed accordingly. (20 cm). press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “Lrn” menu option is indicated (see above note. With the PV display indicating the level reading. NOTE: The display will continue to alternate between “Dist” and distance-to-target until the red button ↵ is pressed to resume the level reading PV display. c) With the display indicating “LrnX”. press and hold the green button ↓ for ten seconds to clear the memory. unless the echo received from the liquid surface is larger than the stored false echo. Changing to Distance Mode (The 3101) If the transmitter will be measuring distance instead of level. press the blue button →. e) Press the green button ↓ to exit the menu system and change to the PV display. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series NOTE: When a false echo is stored. There may be no change in the transmitter output current while the liquid level moves through this window. which is equivalent to a distance of 8 in. NOTE: See Figure C-1 on page C-2 for a map of the programming menu structure and how to access all the menu options. Rev. The display then indicates “Lrn0”. 4-11 .

) The display indicates “dutY”. “Flo”. c) If the duty is correct. BA July 2008 Menu structures for this section are in Appendix C (Integrated Display Menus) NOTE: If using a HART Master Device for programming The 3102 or The 3105. Distance measurement. the mini-wizard is only initiated when a duty is selected. Entered data allows the mini-wizard to populate relevant parameters with application specific data and select the next step required to configure the transmitter. NOTE: It is advised to enter the “dutY” menu when programming the transmitter. the data entered or calculated by the transmitter can be reviewed by going through the menu using the green button ↓. and all menus are shown regardless of the duty selected. Flow measurement. 3. This is a manual navigation of the menus. 2. 4. After a duty is selected (see below). Rev. b) Press the blue button → to enter the “dutY” menu and display the presently selected duty: “LEVEL”. refer to the following sections for menu structures and parameters: • • • Appendix D (Rosemount 3490 Series) Appendix E (HART Communicator) Appendix F (Parameters accessed over HART Communications) Overview (The 3102/3105) Transmitter programming is most easily accomplished by first selecting the duty that the transmitter is to perform. Ignore menus that do not relate to your application. “cont”. initiating the mini-wizard to assist with programming. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. 4-12 . The duty flashes to indicate it may now be edited. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. or “diSt”. The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 may be programmed to perform one of four duties: 1. d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. Level measurement (factory default setting). press the red button ↵ and then the green button ↓ to get to the next menu option. Contents (Volume) measurement. Selecting the Duty (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default setting: dutY Level The arrow icon on the left side of the PV display indicates the selected duty.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series PROGRAMMING THE 3102 AND THE 3105 00809-0100-4840. a “mini-wizard” programming assistant is invoked that asks only for information relevant to the selected duty. To change the duty: a) Press the green button ↓ to enter the menu system from the PV display (see the note above. After programming is complete.

4-13 . To change the measurement units: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access all the menu options. The flashing then stops. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “unitS” menu option is indicated (see note above. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ to get to the next menu option.unit) of the transmitter. ft3/m (cfm). or in 2. g) If the new units are correct. or ft3 NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. by changing the base units (b. press the red button ↵ to save. The flashing stops.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “unitS” menu. (The presently selected units are indicated on the bottom display line. press the red button ↵ and then the green button ↓ to exit to the next menu option. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. h) If the new units are incorrect. m ga. m3/hr. Selecting the Units of Measurement (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default setting: NOTE: • unitS m (metric) or ft (Imperial) The factory default units of measurement are dictated by the model part number (see “Ordering Information“ on page A-6). Contents measurement: l. Distance and Level measurement: m. Rev. A Metric unit can be re-configured to be an Imperial unit. gal/m. m3. Changing base units after programming the transmitter will cause all programmable data to be overwritten with factory default values. press the red button ↵ to save and get to the next menu option. l/m. g) If the new duty is correct. or ft3/hr 3. Flow measurement: l/s. • The transmitter is pre-programmed with selectable measurement units for each of the duties available: 1. or vice-versa. The menu option “dutY” re-appears. ft. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ to get to the next menu option. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. h) If the new duty is incorrect. The present units flash to indicate it may be edited. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the list of units.) c) If the units are correct. f) Press the blue button → to confirm the duty. d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the list of duties. The menu option “unitS” re-appears. See “Changing the Base Units (The 3102/3105)“ on page 5-16. The display will change to the next menu option. f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new units. gal.

The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited.rEF 11 Setting the Correct Bottom Reference (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: The transmitter leaves the factory with the bottom reference pre-programmed to the maximum range of the instrument 36 ft (11 m). 4-14 . e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “b. Bottom Reference Distance-to-target Bottom Reference Depth (Level) NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. press the red button ↵ and then the green button to get to the next menu option. allow three seconds after each button press for the transmitter to check and display the selection.rEF” menu option is indicated (see note above. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. b. Figure 4-3.rEF) value. Rev.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. To change the bottom reference: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “b. NOTE: • After changing units. f) Press the blue button → to select the next digit. NOTE: It is important to not enter a value greater than the maximum range of the transmitter. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. c) If this value is correct. which is 36 ft (11 m). d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode.rEF” menu and display the present bottom reference (b. BA July 2008 NOTE: • When using the green button ↓ to scroll through the list of measurement units. a scaling factor (see page 4-19) needs to be edited to see the correct PV.

H. j) If the new value is incorrect. The transmitter is pre-programmed with popular profiles that are mathematical formulas to convert (scale) a linear level reading to a flow or volumetric PV. Rev. the transmitter will read the distance to the bottom of the tank.CYL. Selecting a Profile (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: ProF Lin This menu is offered if the selected duty is Contents (Volume) or Flow. The display will change to the next menu option. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “ProF” menu option is indicated (see above note.rEF” re-appears. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. or is shown when manually navigating the menu system . press the red button ↵ to save. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. i) If the new b. To change the contents profile: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.) 4-15 . See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.rEF. Once converted (scaled). NOTE: • • If the saved duty is Flow or Contents. the next menu option is “4” (see “Setting the 4 mA Point (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-22).F SPH. If the saved duty is Level or Distance.rEF value is correct. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new b.CYL. The profile options are described in the following sections: • • “Contents (Volume) Measurement“ on page 4-15 “Flow measurement“ on page 4-16 Contents (Volume) Measurement Lin H.D Linear (factory default setting) Horizontal cylinder on it' side with flat ends Spherical vessel Horizontal cylinder on its side with dished ends NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. With an empty tank or vessel. None of the digits should now be flashing. the 4–20 mA Output and the Integral Display will operate according to the flow or volumetric PV. the next menu option is “ProF” (see “Selecting a Profile (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-15). and edited as required. This distance can be noted and later used when setting b.this section can be ignored if the selected duty is Level or Distance. The “b. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu.rEF value. NOTE: A useful feature at this stage is that the transmitter can be used as an electronic tape measure.

BA July 2008 b) Press the blue button → to enter the “ProF” menu and display the present profile selection. NOTE: • • If the saved profile is “Lin”. To get to the next menu. the next menu option is “SCALE” (see “K-factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-19).) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “ProF” menu and display the present profile selection.) Flow measurement Table 4-1 lists the options that select a standard flow structure for the profile and the conversion (scale) factors used to obtain the flow PV. (See Power Factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105) and “K-factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-19. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. press ↓. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. The display will change to the next menu option.g. A power factor and a K-factor can be edited for an unsupported flow structure. If another contents profile is saved. (The flashing stops. the next menu is “Cont @ max” (see “Maximum Contents (Volume) Entry (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-22. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the list of profiles (see above. To get to the next menu. To change the flow profile: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. h) If the new profile is incorrect. press ↓. The selected profile flashes to indicate it can now be edited. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. or to allow for imperfections in a standard flow structure. and Table 4-1 on page 4-18.) • SPEC.C.) 4-16 .) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. There are two other profiles: • SPEC.) Special calculated: this option is used when a standard profile is not available from the transmitter’s library. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. Rev. press the red button ↵ to save. (The menu option “ProF” re-appears. c) If the selected profile is correct. (The menu option “ProF” re-appears. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “ProF” menu option is indicated (see above note.) f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new profile.) g) If the new profile is correct. The “ProF” re-appears.C NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. c) If the selected profile is correct.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode.P Special plotted: this option is only visible when the transmitter is configured using a HART Master (e. The selected profile flashes to indicate it can now be edited. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the list of profiles (see above profile SPEC.

) g) If the new profile is correct. (see “K-factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-19. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new profile. h) If the new profile is incorrect. (The flashing stops. The “ProF” re-appears.) Parshall. (See “Setting the Output Damping (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-24. NOTE: The next menu option will depend upon the flow profile chosen: • 3/2 or 5/2: the transmitter will automatically calculate the Power factor and only requires the K factor to be entered.) • • 4-17 . or FP: the transmitter will automatically calculate the appropriate Power factor and K factor. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. Rev. press the red button ↵ to save. and will set the 4 mA point at zero flow and the 20 mA point at maximum flow.) Manning: the next menu option is “LEUEL @ max” (see “Maximum Level Entry (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-20.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The display changes to the next menu option. FF.

400 0.99 15878.58 1.1 2.7 881.75 0.58 328.932 400.3 151.587 1.5 2.7 11367.5 1.102 0.867 1.959 1.75 0.0569 623.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Table 4-1.75 0.250 0. Lower range value (4 mA) is set to 0.75 0.3 2.7 (1) Upper range value if set to AUTO.5 1.75 0.267 0.35 272.5 2.5 1.884 1650.55 1.5 2.55 1.0 352.5 1.6 13669.2761 1609.400 0.2664 313. BA July 2008 20 mA Point (1) Power Factor 1.5 17591.0 1064.5 (User) (User) (User) (User) (User) (User) 217.5 1.5 PAr2 PAr3 PAr4 PAr5 PAr6 PAr8 PAr10 FF01 (3) FF02 (3) FF03 (3) FF04 (3) FF05 (3) FF06 (3) FF07 (3) FF08 (3) FF09 (3) FF10 (3) FF11 (3) FF12 (3) FF13 (3) FF14 (3) FF15 (3) FF16 (3) FF17 (3) FF18 (3) FF19 (3) FF20 (3) FF21 (3) FF22 (3) FF2 3(3) FP01 (3) FP02 (3) FP03 (3) FP04 (3) FP05 (3) FP06 (3) FP07 (3) Flume 3/2 flow law V-Notch 5/2 flow law Manning formula 1 inch Parshall flume 2 inch Parshall flume 3 inch Parshall flume 6 inch Parshall flume 9 inch Parshall flume 1 ft Parshall flume 11/2 ft Parshall flume 2 ft Parshall flume 3 ft Parshall flume 4 ft Parshall flume 5 ft Parshall flume 6 ft Parshall flume 8 ft Parshall flume 10 ft Parshall flume Flume Flat 1 (m) Flume Flat 2 (m) Flume Flat 3 (m) Flume Flat 4 (m) Flume Flat 5 (m) Flume Flat I Flume Flat II Flume Flat III Flume Flat III bis Flume Flat III ter Flume Flat IV Flume Flat V Flume Flat V bis Flume Flat VI Flume Flat VII Flume Flat VIII Flume Flat VIII bis Flume Flat IX Flume Flat IX bis Flume Flat X Flume Flat X bis Flume Flat X ter Flume Flat XI Flume Parabolic 1 Flume Parabolic 2 Flume Parabolic 3 Flume Parabolic 4 Flume Parabolic 5 Flume Parabolic 6 Flume Parabolic 7 Metric (m) 0.1726 442.1 Metric (m) (User) (User) 17.5 2.186 814.75 0.800 0.5 2.75 0.578 1.635 0.5 2.5 1.460 0. 4-18 .3333 0.600 0.250 0.547 1.5 1.300 0.9 50.550 1.540 0.75 0.522 1.8 1322.595 1.5 1. (2) The gallons are US gallons.4177 541.75 0. (3) Flume option not available if base units are imperial.4 635.5 1.7 217.538 1.0 1065.5 1.) Scale Factor Metric (m3/hour) Imperial (GPM(2)) 00809-0100-4840.5 9802.666 0.3 215 516 1750 3980 7240 11000 14900 22600 30500 38400 46400 62600 89200 2.191 0.6 1.2 177.5 1.5 445.200 0.200 0.7 434.5 2.5 2.7877 178.16 798.5 2. Profile options for flow Hmax Options Flow Structures 3/2 5/2 mann PAr01 PAr02 PAr03 PAr06 PAr09 PAr1 PAr1.5 2.5 2.5 1.566 1.5 1927 1378 2487 1795 3803 2693 5143 3590 7863 5386 10630 7181 13440 8976 16280 10770 22010 14360 84256 17672 134.5 1.5 1.3 2.200 0.75 0.5 2.75 0.406 0.500 0.2 2.380 0. Rev.5 1.1 11645.8 12227.5 1.5 499.53 1.2 2.5 1.1058 132.800 Imperial (ft/in.75 0.5 2.5 1.5 1.310 0.5 1.5 2.2 1372 924.700 0.6 303.) (User) (User) 87.5 2.607 1.5 1.1 2.600 0.75 0.5 (User) 1.5 1.200 0.7157 811.75 0.7 125 389 882 1610 2440 3290 5010 6750 8510 10300 13900 20700 9 36 90 360 900 30 60 90 200 200 180 360 320 720 1080 1440 1500 1800 1700 3600 7500 3500 7200 20 40 90 180 360 720 1400 Imperial (ft/in.400 0.733 0.

“SPEC. The “P.FACt” menu and display the present power factor. To change the power factor: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.) i) If the new value is correct.000 Power Factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105) This menu is offered if the selected duty is Flow and a profile (e. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Screen display: Factory default value: P. To get to the next menu.g. and will automatically select the appropriate factor (See Table 4-1 on page 4-18). e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. Level or Contents (Volume) duty has been selected. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. press the red button ↵ to save. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu.FACt 1. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for next menu. or the default value of 1. the power factor may be edited to suit a specific flow structure. For a Level or Distance duty. K-factor for the Flow Law (The 3102/3105) Screen display Factory default value SCALE 1. j) If the new value is incorrect.000. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. 4-19 . (The flashing stops.FACt” re-appears. Alternatively. level. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. press the blue button → to exit to the menu.000 NOTE: If a flow duty has been selected. and edited as required.FACt” re-appears. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “P. c) If the power factor is correct.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “P. The display changes to the next menu option. (The menu option “P. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. or volume. the scaling factor is normally left at the value calculated by the transmitter (depending upon previously entered data and duty selected). the value entered into this parameter is in effect the K-factor in a flow law of the form Flow Q = kh*.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. the value entered into this parameter is a factor used to scale the measured distance. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing.FACt” menu option is indicated (see note above.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. If a Distance. press ↓.C”) requires the manual editing of a power factor in the formula: Flow Q = kh* (where * = the power factor) The transmitter is pre-programmed with appropriate power factors for many standard flow profiles. Rev.

the 4 mA and 20 mA points are set to 4 mA at zero flow and 20 mA at maximum flow. press ↓.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “SCALE” menu and to display the present scale factor. To change the Level@max value: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “LEUEL @ max” menu and display the present Level@max value. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. The display changes to the next menu option. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. (The flashing stops. enter the volume contained in 1 m of liquid height in the tank. The “SCALE” re-appears.000 This menu option is offered if the selected duty is Flow and requires the level to be entered at which the maximum flow occurs. Maximum Level Entry (The 3102/3105) Screen display Factory default value LEUEL @ max 1. If the measurement units are “m”. c) If the scale factor is correct. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. press the blue button → to exit to the menu.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. and edited as required. 4-20 . The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. To change the scale factor: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. (The menu option “SCALE” re-appears. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “LEUEL @ max” menu is indicated (see above note. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. To get to the next menu. press the red button ↵ to save. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. BA July 2008 For a linear Contents duty.) i) If the new value is correct. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “SCALE” menu option is indicated (see above note. If the units of measurements are “ft”.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. Rev. enter a scaling factor to convert the level measurement to a volume measurement. NOTE: If the existing data entered allows the transmitter to calculate the maximum flow. j) If the new value is incorrect. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. then enter the volume contained in 1 ft of liquid height in the tank. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value.

press the red button ↵ to save. Maximum Flow Entry (The 3102/3105) Screen display Factory default value Flo @ max 1. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. press the red button ↵ to save. and edited as required. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. NOTE: If the data entered allows the transmitter to calculate the maximum flow.) NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu.) i) If the new value is correct. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. The display changes to the next menu option. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. (The menu “Flo @ max” re-appears. (The flashing stops.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. The menu option “LEUEL @ max” re-appears.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. The display changes to the next menu option. press ↓. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “Flo @ max” menu and display the present Flo@max value. To get to the next menu. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option.000 This menu option is offered if the selected duty is Flow and requires entry of the maximum flow capability of the chosen structure (not the maximum flow expected in the application. c) If the Flo@max value is correct. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. (The flashing stops. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “Flo @ max” menu is indicated (see above note. (The “LEUEL @ max” re-appears. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited.) i) If the new value is correct. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. The menu option “Flo @ max” re-appears. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. To change the Flo@max value: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series c) If the indicated value is correct. the 4 and 20 mA points are set to 4 mA at zero flow and 20 mA at maximum flow. To get to the next menu. press ↓. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. j) If the new value is incorrect. j) If the new value is incorrect. Rev. and edited as required. 4-21 . The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited.

j) If the new value is incorrect. The display changes to the next menu option. To change the 4 mA point: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “4” menu and to display the present 4 mA point value. such as the level in the vessel. The 4 mA point can be set above or below the 20 mA point to suit monitoring or control equipment.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. c) If the Cont@max value is correct. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. To change the Cont@max value: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. and edited as required. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. press the green button ↓ twice to get to the damping (d) menu option and see “Setting the Output Damping (The 3102/3105)“ on page 4-24. (The flashing stops. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “4” menu option is indicated (see above note. The 4 and 20 mA points can be set by ranging the transmitter to a fixed target. (The menu option “Cont @ max” re-appears. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. Setting the 4 mA Point (The 3102/3105) Screen Display: Factory default value: 4 0.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Maximum Contents (Volume) Entry (The 3102/3105) Screen display Factory default value Cont @ max 1. press ↓.) i) If the new value is correct. BA July 2008 This menu option is offered if the selected duty is Contents (Volume) and requires entry of the maximum contents of the vessel. To get to the next menu. press the blue button → to exit to the menu.000 00809-0100-4840. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. The menu option “Cont @ max” re-appears. press the red button ↵ to save.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “Cont @ max” menu and display the present Cont@max value.000 Enter the PV value to be signalled by 4 mA. Rev. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. 4-22 . press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “Cont @ max” menu is indicated (see above note. If this is required.

) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. The display changes to the next menu option. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. Setting the 20 mA Point (The 3102/3105) Screen Display: Factory default value: 20 10. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. To change the 20 mA point: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “20” menu and to display the present 20 mA point value c) If the 20 mA point is correct. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. To go to the next menu. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series c) If the 4 mA point value is correct. Rev. (The menu option “20” re-appears. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. and edited as required.7 Enter the PV value to be signalled by 20 mA.) i) If the new value is correct. (The flashing stops. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. (The flashing stops. To get to the next menu. press ↓. and edited as required. j) If the new value is incorrect. press ↓. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. press the red button ↵ to save. The menu option “20” re-appears. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. press the red button ↵ to save. The display changes to the next menu option. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. The 20 mA point may be set above or below the 4 mA point to suit monitoring or control equipment.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. (The menu option “4” re-appears. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “20” menu option is indicated (see above note. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. The menu option “4” re-appears.) i) If the new value is correct. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. 4-23 . e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. j) If the new value is incorrect.

NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. (The menu option “d” re-appears. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. showing how to access the menus. The menu option “d” re-appears. (The flashing stops.) i) If the new value is correct. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “d” menu and to display the present damping value. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “d” menu option is indicated (see above note. Rev. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. BA July 2008 The damping value is a time constant in seconds. A large value will have the effect of smoothing out rapid changes to the PV value. in which case no smoothing is applied to the Current Output and transmitter readings immediately change the output. (It would be unusual to select a value greater than 30 seconds. To change the damping value: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. c) If the damping value is correct. and is applied as smoothing to the displayed PV and the output current. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. press ↓. a damping time of zero will not necessarily give an immediate response. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. 4-24 .) A value of zero may be edited. and edited as required. To get to the next menu. NOTE: Because The 3102 and The 3105 transmits nominally at once per second. The display changes to the next menu option. A new value may be entered up to 999 seconds. press the red button ↵ to save. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure. j) If the new value is incorrect.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Setting the Output Damping (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: d 3 00809-0100-4840. and smooth out the effects of turbulence and ripples on the liquid surface.

) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. depending on full model code (see page “Ordering Information“ on page A-6). The menu option “AL” re-appears. Rev.5 mA (for NAMUR NE43). To get to the next menu.) f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new action.75 mA (for Rosemount Standard) or 3. The current stays at that level until the correct target echo is recovered. press ↓. To change the selected action: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The display flashes alternately “LE” and the last PV. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the list of actions (see above.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “AL” alarm menu and display the selected action.75 mA (for the Rosemount Standard) or 22. depending on full model code (see page “Ordering Information“ on page A-6). The current stays at that level until the correct target echo is recovered. (The flashing stops.) g) If the new action is correct.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. There are three actions to choose from: Hi The current on the two-wire loop increases to 21. c) If the selected action is correct. The current freezes at the last PV value and stays frozen until the correct target echo is recovered. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Screen display: Factory default value: AL Hold Selecting the Alarm Condition Action (The 3102/3105) The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 can signal an alarm condition if the target echo is lost for 900 seconds or more. The display flashes alternately “LE” and the last PV. The display flashes alternately “LE” and the last PV. The 900 seconds is factory set and is changeable in the field. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “AL” menu option is indicated (see above note. Hold Lo NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. 4-25 . The selected action flashes to indicate it can now be edited. h) If the new action is incorrect. The display changes to the next menu option. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option.6 mA (for NAMUR NE43). (The menu option “AL” re-appears. The current on the two-wire loop decreases to 3. press the red button ↵ to save.

and de-energize at any other value of PV. In control mode. To change the Off PV point for control relay RL1 (or RL2): a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. press ↓. It may be set to energize at any value of PV.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “r1 off” (or “r2 off”) menu and display the present Off PV value. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. All relay set-point values must be entered in the units selected for the PV. In this mode. and edited as required.) i) If the new value is correct.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing. j) If the new value is incorrect. The on value may be greater or smaller than the off value. Rev. and vice-versa. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option. To get to the next menu. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. The display changes to the next menu option. RL2 is factory-set to be a fault relay. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. To change the On PV point for control relay RL1 (or RL2): a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. 4-26 . g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. press the red button ↵ to save. Single Throw) type. RL2 ceases to be a fault relay until the On and Off values are reset to zero. The menu option “r1 on” (or “r2 on”) re-appears. The first digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. BA July 2008 The Rosemount 3102 has two integral signal relays. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “r1 on” (or “r2 on”) menu option is indicated (see above note. (The “r1 on” or “r2 on” re-appears. it de-energizes under Lost Echo (LE) or fault conditions. c) If the On PV value is correct. The mode of RL2 may be changed to control mode by entering on and off values (use RL1 instructions below). The relay de-energizes if the power fails. RL1 is factory-set to be a control relay.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Setting the Relay On and Off Points (The 3102) 00809-0100-4840. NOTE: This menu option is in the programming menu.) b) Press the blue button → to enter the “r1 on” (or “r2 on“) menu and display the present On PV value. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “r1 off” (or “r2 off”) menu option is indicated (see above note. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. Setting the on and off points to a common PV will turn the relay off. (The flashing stops. Both relays are the SPST (Single Pole.

The display alternately flashes “4” and the live measurement reading.then press the blue button → to enter this menu. If. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series c) If the Off PV value is correct. g) If the new PV at 4 mA value is incorrect. 4-27 . The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. press the blue button → to exit to the menu.perhaps the level in the vessel at this time . press ↓.) i) If the new value is correct. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. press the blue button → to start the ranging. f) If the new PV at 4 mA value is correct. To get to the “SEt 20” menu option. you wish to set the 4 or 20 mA level by ranging the instrument to a known target . To get to the next menu option. you do not need to enter this menu. (The “SEt 4” re-appears. Setting the 4 and 20 mA Levels Using Ranging (The 3102 and The 3105) Screen display: (SEt 4 and SEt 20) If you have already programmed the 4 and 20 mA levels as above. The menu option “r1 OFF” (or “r2 OFF”) re-appears. (The menu option “r1 OFF” (or “r2 OFF”) re-appears. press the red button ↵ to save and then the green button ↓ to get to the “SEt 20“menu option. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ to get to the “SEt 20“menu option. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. The display changes to the next menu option. however. press ↓. c) If the value is correct. j) If the new value is incorrect. To set the 4 mA level: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. The first digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “SEt 4” menu option is indicated (see note above. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. and edited as required. press the red button ↵ to save.) d) With the transmitter aimed at a target a distance away equivalent to the 4 mA level. (The flashing stops. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. The menu option “SEt 4” re-appears. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. All the programming is now complete and you should press the red button ↵ to exit the programming menu and return to the main PV display. Rev. NOTE: This “SEt 4” menu option is in the programming menu.) b) Press the blue button → to display the PV at 4 mA. e) Press the blue button → to confirm the PV at 4 mA is to be changed to the same value as the live measurement reading. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu option.

and that relays are on or off according to the set points programmed.) d) With the transmitter aimed at a target a distance away equivalent to the 20 mA level. b) You may wish to check echo size again before re-fitting the enclosure lid. It should not be twisted or kinked in any way. units and PV are correct. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. f) If the new PV at 20 mA value is correct. To set the 20 mA level: a) If entering the menu system from the PV display. The cover may now be replaced (see “After Completing the Wiring“ on page 3-9). press the green button ↓ repeatedly until the “SEt 20“menu option is indicated (see note above. the transmitter will remember all of it's last parameter values and will resume correct operation once power is restored. To get to the next menu option. and tighten the three cover screws equally to seal the instrument. press the red button ↵ to save and then the green button ↓ to exit the menu system and return to the PV display. press the blue button → to exit to the menu.) b) Press the blue button → to display the PV at 20 mA. and is good condition. The menu option “SEt 20” re-appears. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ to exit the menu system and change to the PV display. or disconnection from the power supply. Programming of the transmitter is now complete. d) Carefully set the cover on the transmitter. Rev. g) If the new PV at 20 mA value is incorrect. (The “SEt 4” re-appears. e) Press the blue button → to confirm the PV at 20 mA is to be changed to the same value as the live measurement reading. press the blue button → to start the ranging. See Figure C-2 on page C-3 for a map of the menu structure and how to access the menu options. All parameters are held in EPROM memory. e) Check that the cable gland is securely tightened and check sealing on the cable sheath. c) If the value is correct. Check the main display to ensure the duty. POWER FAILURE 4-28 . press ↓.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. The display alternately flashes “20” and the live measurement reading. FINAL CHECKS Final checks: a) Check the display is reading correctly. In the event of a power failure. c) Check that the cover seal is in place in the cover. BA July 2008 NOTE: This “SEt 20” menu option is in the programming menu.

. . . . . . . . . . . . .com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and the lines to any other external power source are disconnected or not powered while wiring the transmitter. . . page 5-2 Diagnostics for The 3102 and The 3105 . . . . Do not perform any service other than those contained in this manual unless you are qualified. . . . . . .rosemount. . . . . Failure to do so may impair the protection provided by the equipment. . page 5-2 Diagnostics for The 3101 . . Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation. . Do not remove the housing cover in explosive atmospheres when the circuit is alive. . . . . . . . . . . . . www.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . . . Please refer to the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by this symbol. . . . . . page 5-1 Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . Verify that the operating environment of the transmitter is consistent with the appropriate approval certifications. Explosions could result in death or serious injury. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Information that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). . High voltage that may be present on leads could cause electrical shock. . Failure to follow safe installation and servicing guidelines could result in death or serious injury. . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Section 5 Service and Troubleshooting Safety Messages . Avoid contact with leads and terminals. Before connecting a HART-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere. . . . make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices. . . . page 5-6 SAFETY MESSAGES Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. . . . . . Rev. page 5-3 Engineering Menu For The 3102 and 3105 . . . Make sure the main power to the Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter is off. . . Use the equipment only as specified in this manual. . . . .

Change the position of the transmitter or contact Emerson Process Management for information on longer range instruments This means that the transmitter is not receiving a return echo. Rev. wiring. re-position the transmitter or modify the vessel for the transmitter to operate above a more acceptable area of the liquid surface. If a satisfactory echo is received within the 10 seconds. turbulence. No Level Reading Check that the instrument is ticking about once per second. or ullage vapors. check that the transmitter face is free from contamination and condensation. excessive foaming. and cable glands are in good condition. Second. after the 10 seconds. no satisfactory has been received. check that the instrument is still vertically aligned above the liquid surface and check the echo received size. If there is no ticking. DIAGNOSTICS FOR THE 3101 General Troubleshooting No Display Check the power supply. the instrument should be replaced. If. Error Messages Flashing “LE” With “0000” The transmitter is not receiving a return echo. for example. the output will remain fixed. If the vessel cannot be adequately vented to prevent condensation forming. Flashing “LE” With Level Reading This means that the transmitter is no longer receiving satisfactory echoes from the liquid surface. Lost echo (LE) is signalled when there has been no return echo for 10 seconds. but excessive condensation may cause operational problems. The transmitter will operate with some condensation on the face. If a problem persists. a new output is established and the LE timer is re-set. the output will increase to the current selected level and the display flashes alternately “LE” and the last valid level reading. BA July 2008 The only maintenance required is to occasionally check the transmitter face to ensure it remains clean and check that the cover seal.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series SERVICING 00809-0100-4840. Within the 10 seconds. 5-2 . possibly because the liquid surface is poor or beyond the range (8m/26ft) of the instrument. Re-locate the instrument or contact Emerson Process Management for details of longer range instruments. contact Emerson Process Management for alternative solutions. First. contact Emerson Process Management for advice. If the echo size is small (<3). This may be because of one of a variety of reasons. Ensure there is a minimum of 12 Vdc at the instrument terminals. Check that the cable insulation is not preventing contact at the terminal block. There are no spare parts for the Rosemount 3100 Series. which could mean the liquid surface is poor or that it is beyond the range of 26 ft (8 m) of the instrument.

Ensure there is a minimum of 12 Vdc at the instrument terminals. A thorough understanding of ultrasonic level systems is required to interpret this data. Press the green button ↓ to get to the next diagnostic data. This is the number of echoes being received and can be an indicator of the data being processed by the transmitter. the data cannot be edited. This is the echo size being received on a scale of 0 to 100. regardless of the duty chosen for the instrument. Check that the cable insulation is not preventing contact at the terminal block. Rev. 3. This is the level measurement in base units that the transmitter has calculated based upon the bottom reference and the distance measured.). “Echo. Appendix F (Parameters accessed over HART Communications) DIAGNOSTICS FOR THE 3102 AND THE 3105 General Troubleshooting (The 3102/3105) No Display Check the power supply. and pressing it again restores the PV display. Diagnostic information is then available by following this sequence: 1. “Echo. S”. NOTE: See Figure C-3 on page C-4 for a map of the diagnostics menu structure. Diagnostic Data (The 3102/3105) The Rosemount 3102 and The Rosemount 3105 can display diagnostic data that can aid setting-up and fault-finding. the instrument should be replaced. 4. or in. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Menu structures for this section are in Appendix C (Integrated Display Menus) NOTE: If using a HART Master Device for programming The 3102 or The 3105. The transmitter is measuring distance-to-target regardless of the duty selected. the data will alternate with text to remind what data is being displayed. In the diagnostic menu.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. If there is no ticking. press the blue button → to display the menu option “diAg”. No Level Reading Check that the instrument is ticking about once per second.) 2. n”. refer to the following sections for menu structures and parameters: • • • Appendix D (Rosemount 3490 Series) Appendix E (HART Communicator). It is recommended that a value greater than 10 be achieved. “LEUEL”. Press the green button ↓ to get to the next diagnostic data. ft. Press the green button ↓ to get to the next diagnostic data. To aid interpretation. 5-3 . To enter the diagnostic menu from the PV display. (Press the red button ↵ at any time to re-display the “diAg” menu option. Press the green button ↓ to display the distance-to-target in the selected base units (m.

Press the green button ↓ to get to the next diagnostic data. BA July 2008 5.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. c) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. press the green button ↓ to get to the “LOOP” menu. Loop Test (The 3102/3105) Screen display: tESt The transmitter can cycle through the programmed operating range without any change in the liquid level. Press the green button ↓ and then the blue button → to change to the PV display. and the display will zero to show “0. This is the frequency at which the transmitter is operating. b) Press the blue button → to enter the “LOOP” menu. 6. Rev. causing the current output to cycle through a normal operation (and energize/de-energize relays on The Rosemount 3102). 5-4 . This is the temperature being recorded by the integral temperature sensor (or remote temperature sensor. if fitted) and is being used by the transmitter to calculate the distance-to-target.000”. the transmitter cycles from the 4 mA value to the maximum PV value and back to the 4 mA value again. and should read between 49 and 58 kHz. c) Press the blue button → to start the cycle. press the blue button → to display “diAg” and then press-and-hold the blue button → for at two seconds to display “tESt”. press the green button ↓ to get to the “CyCLE” menu option. For 100 seconds. d) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. d) Press the blue button → to exit the cycle and re-display “CyCLE”.0000”. Cycle Function Screen display: CyCLE a) After entering the “tESt” menu (see above). The display indicates “0. “t”. Loop-current Fixing Screen display: LOOP a) From the “tESt” or “CyCLE” display. To enter the loop test menu from the PV display. b) Press the blue button → to enter the “CyCLE” menu. Press the green button ↓ to get to the next diagnostic data. Press the green button ↓ at any time to pause and resume the cycle. NOTE: See Figure C-3 on page C-4 for a map of the diagnostics menu structure. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. “F”. The transmitter can be programmed to fix the loop current at any value between 4 and 20 mA to allow testing of any other loop or control instruments. 7.

i) j) Press the green button ↓ to return to displaying the “tESt” menu option. From “tESt”. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series e) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. g) Press the blue button → to confirm the fixed loop current. press and hold both the blue → and the red ↵ buttons together for 2 seconds to get to the Engineering “Eng” menu (see “Engineering Menu For The 3102 and 3105” on page 5-6. Alternatively. and edited as required. Rev. press the red button ↵ to change to the PV display.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. press the blue button → to return to the “LOOP” menu and re-start at step (b). f) Repeat steps (d) and (e) until the last digit is flashing. h) To change the fixed current value to a new value. from “tESt”. 5-5 .

HoLd”. (Figure C-2 on page C-3 is a map of the menu structure.) e) Press the green button ↓ to enter the “Eng” menu. However. It is recommended that all operational fine tuning parameters remain at the factory default settings unless there is a good understanding of the function and capability of the parameters.HoLd” (see below). “Auto” sets the threshold level for optimum performance based on echo sizes being received. (To exit to the PV display.) c) Hold down the blue button → for 2 seconds. The display indicates the first engineering menu option “t. (To exit to the PV display. refer to the following sections for menu structures and parameters: • • • Appendix D (Rosemount 3490 Series) Appendix E (HART Communicator). press ↵. press the red button ↵. To reach the Engineering menu option “Eng”: a) Begin from the PV display. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. To change the threshold value: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). (To exit to the PV display. A value up to 99 may be entered. Setting the Threshold (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: t. 5-6 . The “reload factory defaults” function is found in this menu. a large value will have the effect of stopping false echo processing (see “Echo diagnostic” page 5-3). and then release. or if the transmitter needs to be reset to factory default values.) b) Press the blue button → to indicate the “DiAg” menu option.) d) Hold down both the blue button → and red button ↵ for 2 seconds. press ↵. The display changes to the “tEst” menu option. Appendix F (Parameters accessed over HART Communications) Eng Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105) Screen display: The transmitter can be fine-tuned if site or application conditions are unusual. BA July 2008 Menu structures for this section are in Appendix C (Integrated Display Menus) NOTE: If using a HART Master Device for programming The 3102 or The 3105.HoLd Auto False echoes are rejected below the threshold value. Rev. the first menu option indicated is “t. and should be used if the transmitter has been configured incorrectly. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. The display changes to the “Eng” menu option.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series ENGINEERING MENU FOR THE 3102 AND 3105 00809-0100-4840.

press ↓. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu.) NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. To change the lost echo time: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). press the green button ↓ to change to a three digit number. press the red button ↵ to save. LE 900 Setting Lost Echo Time (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: The lost echo time is the seconds that the transmitter will wait before taking the lost echo alarm action (see “Selecting the Alarm Condition Action (The 3102/3105)” on page 4-25. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure.HoLd”. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. The first of the three digits flashes to indicate a number can now be edited. press the blue button → to exit to the menu.HoLd” re-appears. (The menu option “t. b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu for “LE”. c) If this lost echo time is correct. If the present setting is “Auto”. The “t. If the new value is incorrect.) i) j) If the new value is correct. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. It is recommended that the lost echo time remains set to 900 seconds to avoid false trips and alarms from a temporary loss of echo caused by transient poor surface conditions. A lower lost echo time should only be programmed if it is important that the lost echo alarm action is taken more quickly (see “Selecting the Alarm Condition Action (The 3102/3105)” on page 4-25.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.) f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit.) A value up to 9999 can be entered. The display indicates the present threshold value. The display changes to the next menu option. (To restore the “Auto” setting. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for next menu. To get to the next menu. (The flashing stops. and edited as required.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. Rev. c) If the threshold value is correct. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series b) Press the blue button → to enter the menu for “t.) 5-7 . press the green button ↓. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “LE” is indicated. (The menu option “LE” re-appears. To get to the next menu option.HoLd” re-appears. The display indicates the present lost echo time value. scroll past “9” and press the red button ↵ to save and exit.

A higher value may be entered to stop the processing of echoes from false targets. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. b) Press the blue button → to enter the dead band menu. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. The display changes to the next menu option.3 (m) Setting the Dead Band (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: The dead band is a region below the transmitter face in where no measurements can be made. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. (The flashing stops. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. Rev. (The flashing stops. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “dEAd” is indicated. dEAd 0. but real echoes in the dead band will also now be ignored. The “LE” re-appears. with a value dependent upon certain intrinsic properties of the transmitter. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. and is a feature common to all ultrasonic level transmitters. This is also known as the Blanking or Blocking zone. The display indicates the present dead band value. BA July 2008 d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. and edited as required. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840.) i) j) If the new value is correct. and edited as required. To get to the next menu. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit. (The menu option “dEAd” re-appears. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. press ↓. The dead band should not be lower than the factory default minimum value unless advised by the manufacturer. press the red button ↵ to save. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. press the red button ↵ to save. If the new value is incorrect. c) If this dead band is correct. The display changes to the next menu option. To change the dead band: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above).) i) If the new value is correct.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited. 5-8 .

scroll past “58 kHz” and press the red button ↵ to save and exit. The limits of operating frequency are a function of the intrinsic properties of the transmitter itself. The “F” re-appears. To get to the next menu. F Auto Setting the Frequency (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: The frequency at which the transmitter operates is automatically chosen by the microprocessor to ensure optimum signal size and performance. The display indicates the present frequency setting. Rev. 5-9 . (To restore the “Auto” setting. (The menu option “F” re-appears.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. To change the frequency: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). h) If the new setting is incorrect. “Auto” sets the frequency to obtain the best echo size and optimum performance. c) If this frequency is correct. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “F” is indicated. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series j) If the new value is incorrect. b) Press the blue button → to enter the frequency menu. The transmit frequency affects the quality of the echo being received. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. The actual frequency being used by the transmitter can be viewed in diagnostics (see page 5-3). The “dEAd” re-appears. The display changes to the next menu option. The present frequency setting flashes to indicate it can be edited. press the red button ↵ to save. press ↓. press the red button → to exit to the menu. and may be set to operate at any frequency between 49 and 58 kHz. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. (The flashing stops.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure.) g) If the new setting is correct. which may be used to improve a poor echo or reduce the quality of a false echo. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through available options (49 to 58 kHz).) f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new setting.

The pulse repetition frequency may be changed to overcome cross talk problems if more than one ultrasonic transmitter is mounted in the same tank. The display indicates the present frequency value c) If this pulse frequency is correct. The transmitter may detect uncovered blades and treat them as a valid echo and calculate an incorrect level reading. h) If the new setting is incorrect. f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new setting. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the available options (0. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. NOTE: The is also ‘cycle time’ of the transmitter. The display changes to the next menu option. particularly if there is slow movement. (The flashing stops. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. press ↓. The transmitter may be set to transmit faster or slower at selectable repetition rates between 0.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. (The menu “Prf” re-appears”. The pulse repetition frequency flashes to indicate it can be edited.5 and 2. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu.5 to 2.0 times per second. Setting Valid Echo Count (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: Stir 4 This parameter is normally used in vessels with a stirrer or agitator. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “Prf” is indicated.0).) g) If the new setting is correct.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Setting the Pulse Repetition Frequency (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: Prf 1. To go to the next menu. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. BA July 2008 The rate of pulses transmitted is set at a factory default value of once-per-second. b) Press the blue button → to enter the pulse frequency menu. To change the pulse repetition frequency: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). 5-10 .0 00809-0100-4840. The “Prf” re-appears. press the red button ↵ to save. Rev. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure.

Rev. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “SPi” is indicated. press the red button ↵ to exit to the main menu. 5-11 . a spike could incorrectly trigger the echo detection system. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “Stir” is indicated. f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new setting.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. press the red button ↵ to save. h) If the new setting is incorrect. Setting Spike Rejection (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: SPi 0 (disabled) In applications with high levels of acoustic or electrical noise. The display indicates the present SPi value c) If this SPi is correct. b) Press the blue button → to enter the stirrer (“Stir”) menu. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. Press ↓ to get to the next menu. press the red button ↵ to save. The “Stir” re-appears. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The display indicates the present valid echo count.) g) If the new setting is correct. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the options available (1 to 100). b) Press the blue button → to enter the spike rejection menu. The SPi flashes to indicate it can be edited. Press ↓ to get to the next menu. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. The valid echo count flashes to indicate it can be edited.) g) If the new setting is correct. h) If the new setting is incorrect. The value of SPi can be increased (0 to 100) and has the effect of rejecting spikes. f) Press the blue button → to confirm the new setting.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. Several different values may have to be tried to determine the best option. c) If the value indicated is correct.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for next menu. The display changes to the next menu option. The display changes to the next menu option. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series To change the valid echo count: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). (The flashing stops. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the options available (1 to 100). (The flashing stops. (The menu option “Stir” re-appears”. (The menu option “SPi” re-appears”. To change the spike rejection: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). The menu “SPi” re-appears.

which is equivalent to a distance of 20 cm. press and hold the blue button → for five seconds. g) To get to the next menu option. The display indicates “LrnX” where “X” (0 to 4) is the number of stored false target echoes. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “Lrn” is indicated. Rev. the instrument can learn to ignore this false echo. d) The display alternately flashes “Lrn” and the false target position. the transmitter sets up a 'window' around the false target and ignores any echo from that window. After four seconds. press the green button ↓. if an echo other than the true liquid surface echo is detected and an incorrect level reading is indicated.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Learn About Echoes From False Targets (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Lrn 00809-0100-4840. If the application is simple and there are no false echoes. the transmitter will not allow another echo to be stored until the memory is cleared (see procedure below). After the transmitter is in operational. unless the echo received from the liquid surface is larger than the stored false echo. press the blue button → to exit the menu. If this false echo shouldn't be saved. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. re-start at step (b). which can then be ignored in future operations. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. There may be no change in the transmitter output current while the liquid level moves through this window. c) To store a new false echo. e) Press the red button ↵ to save this false echo and exit to the menu. b) Press the blue button → to enter the “Lrn” menu. To store a false target echo: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). f) To store another false target echo. The “Lrn” routine may be used at any time. 5-12 . the false target position is stored and the display re-indicates “LrnX”. NOTE: When a false echo is stored. either during or after setting-up or if a problem occurs later. BA July 2008 The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 has an easy-to-use “Lrn” (Learn) routine that allows the instrument to learn up to four false echoes. NOTE: If there are four false echoes stored (“Lrn4”). press the green button ↓ to exit the menu and return to the PV display.

The distance-to-target is then calculated using the formula: Distance to target = Speed of Sound in air * (Time for echo to return / 2) Auto indicates the transmitter is set to continuously measure the temperature using the integral temperature sensor. see the previous procedure for how to store new false echoes or press the green button ↓ to get to the next menu option. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. The display indicates the present setting.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.) 5-13 . h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value. c) With the display indicating “LrnX”. (The menu option “t” re-appears”. The display then indicates “Lrn0”. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “Lrn” is indicated. press the green button ↓ to change to a three digit number. and edited as required. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series To clear all the stored false echoes: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit.) f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. c) If this setting is correct. d) To exit to the menu system press the red button ↵. scroll past “9” and press the red button ↵ to save and exit. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “t” is indicated. The first of the three digits flashes to indicate a number can now be edited. (To restore the “Auto” setting. occasionally. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing. Setting the Ambient Temperature (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default value: t Auto The transmitter has an integral temperature sensor to measure the temperature of the air space surrounding it so that the speed of sound can be correctly computed for sending pulses. Rev. (The flashing stops. be necessary to over-ride this automatic monitoring and fix the temperature to be used in speed-of-sound calculations. To edit and fix the temperature: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). for example if the air temperature is not uniform and the temperature being recorded is not the true air temperature. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. If the present setting is “Auto”. It may. b) Press the blue button → to enter the “Lrn” menu. The menu option “Lrn” re-appears. b) Press the blue button → to enter the temperature menu. press and hold the green button ↓ for ten seconds to clear the memory. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure.

re-start at step (b) or press ↓ for the next menu. Press ↓ to get to the next menu. Due to the effects of cable length and electronic component tolerances. Rev.CAL” re-appears. The first digit flashes to indicate it can now be edited.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series i) 00809-0100-4840.dEF” (see “Loading Factory Default Values (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-15). and edited as required.CAL” is indicated. press the red button ↵ to save.CAL” if using the optional Remote Temperature Sensor to measure the air temperature. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure.5 °C.) 5-14 . The display indicates the present setting. BA July 2008 If the new value is correct. (The flashing stops. NOTES: • • The Remote Temperature Sensor is of a negative temperature co-efficient (NTC) thermistor design. h) Press the blue button → to confirm the new value.) i) j) If the new value is correct.CAL Temperature Calibration (The 3102/3105) Screen display: This menu option is offered if using the optional Remote Temperature Sensor to monitor air temperature (see “Remote Temperature Sensor” on page 3-14). press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. the air temperature measurement by the Remote Temperature Sensor could have an error of ±0. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. The digit flashes to indicate it can be edited. If the new value is incorrect. (The menu option “t. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “t. j) If the new value is incorrect. t. The menu “t” re-appears. press the red button ↵ to save.CAL” re-appears”. The next menu is “t. The display changes to the next menu option. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. To edit and fix the temperature: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above). re-start at step (b) or press ↓ to get to the next menu. c) If this setting is correct. the next menu is “Ld. b) Press the blue button → to enter the “t. If the Remote Temperature Sensor option is not fitted. g) Repeat steps (e) and (f) until the last digit is flashing.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. The display changes to the next menu option. The recorded temperature can be trimmed to match a another plant reading. (The menu option “t. f) Press the blue button → to move to the next digit.CAL” menu. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to edit the flashing digit.

The screen flashes “b. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. b) Press the blue button → to enter the load defaults “Ld. Rev. press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “Ld. Press ↓ to get to the next menu. Loading Factory Default Values (The 3102/3105) 5-15 . c) Press and hold the blue button → for two seconds to flash the screen message “SurE”.units” and reloads all factory default values.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. press and hold both the blue → and red ↵ buttons together for two 2 seconds. NOTE: Re-loading factory defaults overwrites all parameters and all site entered data will be lost. To ensure that this operation is not initiated by accident.dEF” re-appears”. The display changes to the PV display.dEF” menu and display “LOAD”. (The menu option “Ld. a specific push-button sequence is necessary to load factory defaults.dEF It may. occasionally. To load factory default values: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above).dEF” is indicated. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Screen display: Ld. be necessary to re-set the transmitter parameters to factory default values.) f) To load factory defaults. d) Press the blue button → again to acknowledge the message and stop the message flashing. particularly if the data already changed is in question. e) Press the blue button → to abort and exit to the menu.

The menu option “b.unit” re-appears.) d) Press the blue button → to start the editing mode. e) Press the green button ↓ repeatedly to scroll through the three options. re-start at step (b). press the green button ↓ repeatedly until “b. Rev. To change the base units: a) After entering the “Eng” menu (see the note above).) 5-16 . f) Press the blue button → to confirm the selected base units. h) If the new setting is incorrect.) g) If the new setting is correct. (The transmitter automatically re-starts as if it was a new instrument on first power-up. or press ↓ to exit the “Eng” menu and then the blue button → to change to the PV display (see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for the menu structure.unit” re-appears. press the blue button → to exit to the menu. the transmitter automatically re-starts as if it were a new instrument on first power-up. press the red button ↵ to exit to the menu. The base units flash to indicate they can be edited.). See “Accessing the Engineering Menu (The 3102/3105)” on page 5-6 or see Figure C-4 on page C-5 for a map of the menu structure. Press ↓ to get to the next menu. press the red button ↵ to save.unit metric (m) or imperial (ft) The transmitter may be re-configured to operate in a choice of base units: NOTE: If the base units are changed. (The menu option “b. NOTE: This menu option is in the engineering menu “Eng”. but will default to the chosen base units and load factory default values into all other parameters.unit” is indicated. BA July 2008 b. c) If these base units are correct. b) Press the blue button → to enter the base units selection menu. The display indicates the present base units on the bottom display line.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Changing the Base Units (The 3102/3105) Screen display: Factory default: • • • meters feet inches 00809-0100-4840. (The flashing stops.

page A-4 Ordering Information . .5 mm) <3. . . . . . . . .2 in. . . . . . ft3/hr. . . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . Volume. . Content (Volume).3 m) Output Variables Configuration tools Materials of construction Wet-side material Body and cover material Cover seal Cover screws Transducer body seal www. . . . . . . ft3/m (cfm). . Polyurethane-covered Aluminum.5% of measured distance for > 3. . . page A-9 SPECIFICATIONS General Product Rosemount 3100 Series liquid level transmitters: Rosemount 3101: Level and Distance measurement. . Distance. page A-1 Temperature and Pressure Ratings .3 ft (1 m). page A-3 Load Limitations . . . . . . . . . . .1 in. . . page A-6 Spare Parts . . . . . For Level or distance-to-surface: m. . . . . Measurement principle Measuring performance Measurement range Level resolution Level accuracy Blanking distance (Dead Zone) Update interval Display / Configuration Integral Display Output Units 12 in. . .3 ft (1 m). . Silicone rubber. Rosemount 3102: Level. Open channel flow measurement for hazardous locations.rosemount. . . . . Content (Volume). . . m3/hr. . . (2. . . . . . . and Flow. .3 ft (1 m) under reference conditions (1) 1 second 4/5 digit display for live measurement. (5 mm) for <3. . and for configuration purposes. . Distance. . . gal. ft. . . . . or distance-to-surface Rosemount 3102: Level (or distance-to-surface). . . . . . . . . . .3 to 8 m) Rosemount 3102: 1 to 36 ft (0. Standard integral push-buttons with LCD. . . Rosemount 3105: Level (or distance-to-surface). . . Rosemount AMS™ Suite PVDF. . . . . . . or ft3 For Flow: l/s. . . . . . Open channel flow measurement. . . . . .25% of measured distance for > 3. . two integral signal relays. . EPDM. . or none For Contents: l. . . gal/m. . . . . . . . and Flow. . gal/s. .(0. . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Appendix A Reference Data Specifications . . . . . m3. . . . . . . . . . . Rosemount 3490 Series Universal Control Unit. . . l/m. . . . . . or none Rosemount 3101: Level. . Rosemount 3101: 1 to 26 ft (0. . . (1 mm) The 3101: ± 0. 375 Field Communicator.com . Ultrasonic. . . ±0. . in. time-of-flight. . . . Rev. . . . . . .3 to 11 m) Rosemount 3105: 1 to 36 ft (0. . . . Rosemount 3105: Level. .3 ft (1 m) The 3102 and The 3105: ± 0.3 to 11 m) Better than 1/16 in. ± 0. . . . . . . 316 Stainless Steel. page A-3 Dimensional Drawings . Volume. .

Li = 108μH. max.5 mA Standard: Low = 3. ½–14 NPT conduit entries for cable glands. HART. Earthing Current Output Signal on alarm Saturation levels Relay output (on the Rosemount 3102) Electrical parameters Cable entry Output Cabling Mechanical Mounting thread size Measuring Temperature compensation Environment Ambient temperature Process temperature Process pressure Ingress protection Electromagnetic compatibility Certifications (1) Temperature: 68 °F (20 °C). A-2 . Rosemount 3102: Automatic Integral temperature compensation. 2-in. 1. IP 66. (3) See page A-3 onwards for approval temperature ranges. High = 21. (2) See page A-9 for optional accessories. (2) Rosemount 3101: –4 to 158 °F (–20 to 70 °C) Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105: –40 to 158 °F (–40 to 70 °C) (3) Rosemount 3101: –4 to 158 °F (–20 to 70 °C) Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105: –22 to 158 °F (–30 to 70 °C) –4 to 44 psi (–0. Rev. 12 to 30 Vdc (hazardous area). High = 20. Single twisted-pair and shielded. Rosemount 3101: Analog 4–20 mA Rosemount 3102: Analog 4–20 mA. (2) Rosemount 3105: Automatic Integral temperature compensation. ATEX. BA July 2008 Loop-powered (two-wire) Rosemount 3101: 12 to 30 Vdc Rosemount 3102: 12 to 40 Vdc Rosemount 3105: 12 to 40 Vdc (non-hazardous area). Option: M20 x 1. Ci = 0 nF.5 mA Two integral signal relays.25 to 3. Namur NE43: Low = 3. FM. High = 22. Rosemount 3101: Automatic Integral temperature compensation.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Electrical Power supply 00809-0100-4840. 0. and Relative Humidity: 65%. Standard: Low = 3.9 mA. Pressure: 101.0 bar) NEMA 4X.8 mA. None required. High=20.dependent on order code. or 2-in.75 mA. Optional flange accessories available.6 mA. Optional remote temperature sensor for dynamic temperature compensation.75 mA Namur NE43: Low = 3. SPST rated 1A @ 30VDC (inductive) and 2A @ 30VDC (resistive) Ui = 30 V.5 mm2 (15 AWG). Rosemount 3105: Analog 4–20 mA. Optional remote temperature sensor for dynamic temperature compensation. li = 120 mA. or IECEx . CSA. BSP. EN61326 (Class B) CE-mark.3 kPa (atmospheric pressure).5 conduit/cable adaptor. NPT. HART.8 mA. Pi = 0.22 mm2 (24 AWG). min.82 W.

Rev.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.25 bar) -4 °F (-20 °C) on The 3101 -22 °F (-30 °C) on The 3102/3105 158 °F (70 °C) Temperature °F (°C) Process temperature and pressure diagram for The Rosemount 3100 Series LOAD LIMITATIONS A HART® Communicator requires a minimum load resistance of 250 Ohm within the loop in order to function properly. The maximum load resistance can be determined from these diagrams: Intrinsically Safe Installations R (Ohms) 1244 Non-Intrinsically Safe Installations R (Ohms) 1244 R (Ohms) 1244 800 533 800 533 800 533 400 250 250 U (V) 12 20 30 40 400 400 0 0 12 20 24 30 U (V) 0 0 0 12 20 30 U (V) Rosemount 3101 Rosemount 3102 and 3105 Rosemount 3105 NOTE R = Maximum Load Resistance U = External Power Supply Voltage A-3 . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series The process temperature/pressure rating depends on the design of the transmitter in combination with the flange materials. Pressure psi (bar) TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE RATINGS 44 psi (3 bar) OPERATING RANGE The final rating may be limited by flange selection -4 psi (-0. Communication with The Rosemount 3490 Universal Controller does not require additional resistance.

7 in.8 in.6 in.3 in. thread MIN: 12. BA July 2008 5. (8 m) for The 3101. (11 m) for The 3102/3105 Wetside Bottom Reference (b. 433 in. (100 mm) 5. thread Ø2 in.9 in.3 m) MAX: 315 in. (Ø51 mm) A-4 .36 in. nom (145 mm) nom 1. (60 mm) A/F hexagon 2. (48 mm) ½-14 NPT cable entries 2. (145 mm) ½-14 NPT cable entries 2. Dimensions of the 3100 Series transmitter Ø6. (65 mm) 2 in. Rev. (Ø170 mm) 8.7 in. (Ø170 mm) 00809-0100-4840.7 in. (0.9 in.7 in.36 in.rEF) Ø6. (210 mm) nom 3.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS Figure A-1. (60 mm) A/F hexagon 2 in.

9 mm) 2.02 in.26 in.26 i m) n.0) A-5 . (13. (57. 2-in. Ø0 5 m .33 in.0 0 m Ø 6. TY P.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.3) (6. 2 (Ø 1. (38. NPT/BSPT Figure A-2.35 in. 2 i m) 1.5 in. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series 2 in.0 mm) 0. (57. n. Rev. NPT/BSPT mounting bracket 0.0 mm) 2.95 in. (110. (8.0 mm) 4.0 mm) Ø4.24 in.0 ) 2.51 in. (Ø102. (75.

BSPT thread (2) Certificates No certification FM Ordinary Location CSA Ordinary Location Options 00809-0100-4840. BA July 2008 (1) Choosing this option implies US (Imperial) units of measurement are required for the default configuration. Configuration can be changed on-site. Configuration can be changed on-site. Rev. Level of liquids Model 3101 Code L Code A Code 1 2 Code F Code RC SC Code NA G5 G6 Code Tag Plate ST WT Stainless Steel engraved tag plate Laminated paper tag plate Product Description Ultrasonic level transmitter Signal Output 4–20 mA Housing Material Polyurethane-covered Aluminum Conduit / Cable Threads ½–14 NPT M20 x 1. NPT thread (1) 2-in.5 adapter Wet-side material PVDF Process Connection 2-in. (2) Choosing this option implies Metric units of measurement are required for the default configuration. Example model order code: 3101-L-A-1-F-RC-G5-ST A-6 .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series ORDERING INFORMATION The 3101.

Rev. Configuration can be changed on-site. Level. BSPT thread (2) Certificates No certification FM Ordinary Location CSA Ordinary Location Options (1) Choosing this option implies US (Imperial) units of measurement are required for the default configuration. Content (Volume) or Flow of liquids Model 3102 Code H Code A Code 1 2 Code F Code RC SC Code NA G5 G6 Code Alarms C4 C5 C8 Tag Plate ST WT Stainless Steel engraved tag plate Laminated paper tag plate Namur alarm and saturation levels.5 adapter Wet-side material PVDF Process Connection 2-in. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series The 3102. high alarm. (2) Choosing this option implies Metric units of measurement are required for the default configuration. Namur alarm and saturation levels. Configuration can be changed on-site. Example model order code: 3102-H-A-1-F-RC-G5-C4-ST A-7 . NPT thread (1) 2-in. low alarm.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Low alarm setting with standard Rosemount alarm and saturation levels. Product Description Ultrasonic level transmitter with two integral relays Signal Output 4–20 mA with HART® communication Housing Material Polyurethane-covered Aluminum Conduit / Cable Threads ½–14 NPT M20 x 1.

Rev. Level. Content (Volume) or Flow of liquids Model 3105 Code H Code A Code 1 2 Code F Code RC SC Code I1 I5 I6 I7 Code Alarms C4 C5 C8 Tag Plate ST WT Stainless Steel engraved tag plate Laminated paper tag plate Namur alarm and saturation levels. Configuration can be changed on-site.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series The 3105. NPT thread (1) 2-in. Product Description Ultrasonic level transmitter for hazardous areas Signal Output 4–20 mA with HART® communication Housing Material Polyurethane-covered Aluminum Conduit / Cable Threads ½–14 NPT M20 x 1. Example model order code: 3105-H-A-1-F-RC-I5-ST A-8 . Low alarm setting with standard Rosemount alarm and saturation levels.5 adapter Wet-side material PVDF Process Connection 2-in. Namur alarm and saturation levels. BA July 2008 (1) Choosing this option implies US (Imperial) units of measurement are required for the default configuration. high alarm. BSPT thread (2) Certificates ATEX Intrinsically Safe FM Intrinsically Safe and Non-Incendive CSA Intrinsically Safe and Non-Incendive IEC Ex Intrinsically Safe Options 00809-0100-4840. Configuration can be changed on-site. low alarm. (2) Choosing this option implies Metric units of measurement are required for the default configuration.

BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series SPARE PARTS Accessories for The Rosemount 3101/3102/3105 Code Accessories 03100-1001-0001 03100-1001-0002 03100-1001-0003 03100-1001-0004 03100-1002-0001 03100-1002-0003 03100-1002-0004 03100-1002-0005 03100-1003-0001 (1) 03100-1003-0002 (1) 03100-0001-0001 03100-0001-0002 Accessory/Spare 2-in. BSPT to DN80 PN16 PVC Flange 2-in. BSPT to DN100 PN16 PVC Flange 2-in. BSPT to DN50 PN16 PVC Flange 2-in.5 Conduit Adaptor (Pack of two) (1) The dimensions are shown in Figure A-2 on page A-5. BSPT Mounting Bracket Remote Temperature Sensor (The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 only) 1 /2–14 NPT to M20 x 1. NPT to 6-in. NPT to 3-in. NPT to 2-in. ANSI Class 150 PVC Flange 2-in. NPT to 4-in. ANSI Class 150 PVC Flange 2-in. ANSI Class 150 PVC Flange 2-in. NPT Mounting Bracket 2-in. BSPT to DN150 PN16 PVC Flange 2-in. Rev.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Remote Temperature Sensor Rosemount 3102/3105 Transmitter External Temperature Sensor A-9 . ANSI Class 150 PVC Flange 2-in.

BA July 2008 A-10 . Rev.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840.

. . . page B-2 Hazardous Locations Certifications . . . . . . . . . Failure to do so may impair the protection provided by the equipment. . Failure to follow safe installation and servicing guidelines could result in death or serious injury: Make sure the transmitter is installed by qualified personnel and in accordance with applicable code of practice. . . . . . www. . . . . Use the equipment only as specified in this manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Do not perform any service other than those contained in this manual unless you are qualified. . . . . . . . . . . . . Information that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). . . Before connecting a HART-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere. . . . . . . High voltage that may be present on leads could cause electrical shock: Avoid contact with leads and terminals.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices. . . . . .rosemount. . . . . Rev. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Make sure the main power to the transmitter is off and the lines to any other external power source are disconnected or not powered while wiring the transmitter. . . . . .com . . . . . . . . . . . . Do not remove the gauge cover in explosive atmospheres when the circuit is alive. page B-3 Approval Drawings . . . . . . . . . . page B-2 Non-hazardous Location Certifications . . Please refer to the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by this symbol. page B-1 EU Conformity . . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Appendix B Product Certifications Safety Messages . . . Explosions could result in death or serious injury: Verify that the operating environment of the gauge is consistent with the appropriate hazardous locations certifications. . . . . page B-9 SAFETY MESSAGES Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. . . . . . . . . . .

mechanical.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series EU CONFORMITY 00809-0100-4840.rosemount. ATEX Directive (94/9/EC) Complies with the ATEX Directive. refer to the labelling on the housing. ATEX) NON-HAZARDOUS LOCATION CERTIFICATIONS Factory Mutual (FM) Ordinary Location Certification NOTE: To identify the approvals for your Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter. Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Ordinary Location Certification B-2 . Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) (97/23/EC) 3100 Series is outside the scope of PED Directive. 3102 (EMC). and fire protection requirements by CSA. Special conditions for safe use: 1. or a class 2 or SELV source. and fire protection requirements by FM. The 3101 and The 3102: Project ID: 3024095 G5 The transmitter has been examined and tested to determine that the design meets basic electrical. power for the Rosemount 3100 Series must be supplied from a Rosemount 3490 Control Unit. a nationally recognized testing laboratory (NRTL) as accredited by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive EN61326 (Class B) CE-mark Complies with applicable directives 3101 (EMC). The 3101 and The 3102: Project ID: 1878089 G6 The transmitter has been examined and tested to determine that the design meets basic electrical. a nationally recognized testing laboratory as accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC). mechanical. A hard copy may be obtained by contacting our local sales representative. For the CSA approval. and see “Ordering Information” on page A-6.com. BA July 2008 NOTE: To identify the approvals for your Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter. refer to the labelling on the housing. and 3105 (EMC. Rev. and see “Ordering Information” on page A-6. The EC declaration of conformity for all applicable European directives for this product can be found on page B-12 and the Rosemount web site at www.

CLEAN ONLY WITH A DAMP CLOTH 3105xxxxxx 3100 SERIES ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER Model No.C. AEx ia IIC. li = 120 mA. 71097/1216 K9827_3105_NAMEPLATE B-3 . AEx nA IIC Temperature code T4 at +60°C max ambient. A. Groups A.+70°C -0.25. Zone 0. Intrinsically Safe for Class I. Ci = 0 μF Figure B-1. Rev. B. c om WARNING RISK OF ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE BUILD UP ON PLASTIC SURFACES. A. Li = 108 μH. Temperature code T6 at +55°C max ambient. Control Drawing: 71097/1216 Ui = 30 V.D T4(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +60°C) T6(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +55°C) Ui:30V Ii:120mA Pi:0. Zone 2. Control Drawing: 71097/1216 Ui = 30 V. ros e mount.D AEx nA IIC CL I Div 2 Gps.30 Vdc 4-20mA TYPE 4X / IP66 -30.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Non-incendive for Class I. Approval Labels Factory Mutual (FM) www..B. Groups A. Division 1.. C.B. Temperature code T6 at +55°C max ambient.82W Ci:0µF Li:108µH Made in: xxxx K9831_3105_FM_IS FM APPROVED SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SAFETY OF THIS EQUIPMENT REFER TO CONTROL DRAWING NO. li = 120 mA. C and D. Pi = 0.82 W. and D..+3 bar AEx Ia IIC CL I Div 1 Gps.82 W. Ci = 0 μF Non-incendive for Class I...C. Temperature code T4 at +60°C max ambient. Division 2.. Pi = 0. B. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Transmitters that have the following labels attached have been certified to comply with the requirements of the approval agencies noted. Li = 108 μH. 3105xxxxxxI5xx 12. HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS CERTIFICATIONS Factory Mutual (FM) Approvals The 3105 only: Project ID: 3024095 I5 Intrinsically Safe for Class I.

Zone 2.25. Intrinsically Safe for Class I... Li = 108 μH.+3 bar Ex ia II C CL I Div 1 Gps. B.. li = 120 mA. Approval Labels Canadian Standards Association (CSA) . C. Division 1.C.B. B. Temperature code T6 at +55°C max ambient. CLEAN ONLY WITH A DAMP CLOTH 3105xxxxxx Model No. A. Ex ia IIC...82 W. Pi = 0. BA July 2008 Intrinsically Safe for Class I. Temperature code T6 at +55°C max ambient. Division 2. and D.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Approvals The 3105 only: Project ID: 07CSA1878089X I6 00809-0100-4840. c om 3100 SERIES ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER K9827_3105_NAMEPLATE Figure B-2.D Ex nL II C CL I Div 2 Gps. ros e mount. Ci = 0 μF WARNING RISK OF ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE BUILD UP ON PLASTIC SURFACES. Control Drawing: 71097/1218 Ui = 30 V.82W Ci:0µF Li:108µH 07 CSA 1878089X S UB S T IT UT ION OF C OMP ONE NT S MAY IMPAIR S AF E T Y OF T HIS E QUIP ME NT R E F E R TO C ONT R OL DR AWING NO. C and D. Rev.30 Vdc 4-20mA TYPE 4X / IP66 -30. Temperature code T4 at +60°C max ambient. Zone 0.+70 ° C -0. A..C. 12.82 W. Pi = 0. Non-incendive for Class I. Groups A. Ci = 0 μF Non-incendive for Class I.D T6 (+40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +55°C) T4(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +60°C Ui:30V Ii:120mA Pi:0. Groups A. Control Drawing: 71097/1218 Ui = 30 V.B. Li = 108 μH. li = 120 mA. 71097/1218 B-4 K9832_3105_CSA_IS 3105xxxxxxI6xx Made in: yyyy www. Ex nL IIC Temperature code T4 at +60°C max ambient.

82 W. Li = 108 μH.+3 bar SIRA 06A TEX2260X II 1 G EEx ia II C T4(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +60°C T6(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +55°C Pi:0. Slough.82W Ci:0µF Ui:30V Ii:120mA Li:108µH 0518 Manufactured by Mobrey Ltd.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. ros e mount. li = 120 mA. c om 3100 SERIES ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER K9827_3105_NAMEPLATE Figure B-3.25.. WARNING RISK OF ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE BUILD UP ON PLASTIC SURFACES..30 Vdc 4-20mA TYPE 4X / IP66 -30.. 3.+70 ° C -0. SL1 4UE. Pi = 0. which could present a risk of ignition due to electrostatic charge build-up.. this presents a risk of ignition due to impact and shall be taken into consideration on installation and use. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series I1 Certificate: Sira 06ATEX2260X Intrinsically Safe for II 1 G.. UK K9833_3105_ATEX_IS 3105xxxxxxI1xx Made in: yyyy www. Approval Labels ATEX B-5 . CLEAN ONLY WITH A DAMP CLOTH 3105xxxxxx Model No. EEx ia IIC Temperature Class: T4 (Tamb -40°C to +60°C) T6 (Tamb -40°C to +55°C) Ui = 30 V. All transmitter models have external plastic parts. Ci = 0 μF Special conditions for safe use: 1. They shall not be directly installed in any process where its enclosure might be charged by the rapid flow of non-conductive media. ATEX Intrinsically Safe Approval 2. When the transmitter housing uses aluminium alloy in its construction. All transmitter models shall only be cleaned with a cloth.. 12. Rev.

0068X Intrinsically Safe for Zone 0. SL1 4UE. WARNING RISK OF ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE BUILD UP ON PLASTIC SURFACES. Ex ia IIC Temperature Class: T4 (Tamb -40°C to +60°C) T6 (Tamb -40°C to +55°C) 00809-0100-4840. Approval Labels IECEx ... li = 120 mA. Pi = 0..+3 bar IECEx SIR 06.. CLEAN ONLY WITH A DAMP CLOTH 3105xxxxxx Model No.82W Ci:0µF Ui:30V Ii:120mA Li:108µH Manufactured by Mobrey Ltd. which could present a risk of ignition due to electrostatic charge build-up. 3. Ci = 0 μF Special conditions for safe use: 1.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series IECEx Intrinsically Safe Approval I7 Certificate: IECEx SIR 06. 2. Li = 108 μH. All transmitter models have external plastic parts. All transmitter models shall only be cleaned with a cloth. this presents a risk of ignition due to impact and shall be taken into consideration on installation and use. They shall not be directly installed in any process where its enclosure might be charged by the rapid flow of non-conductive media. Rev.30 Vdc 4-20mA TYPE 4X / IP66 -30. ros e mount. When the transmitter housing uses aluminium alloy in its construction. c om 3100 SERIES ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER K9827_3105_NAMEPLATE Figure B-4. 12...82 W. Slough.25.0068X Zn 0 Ex ia II C T4(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +60°C T6(-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +55°C Pi:0. UK B-6 K9834_3105__IECEX 3105xxxxxxI7xx Made in: yyyy www. BA July 2008 Ui = 30 V.+70 ° C -0.

has been certified by the National Supervision and Inspection Center for Explosion Protection and Safety of Instrumentation (NEPSI) and accords with the following standards: Certificate GYJ081008X.13-1997 "Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmosphere Part 13: Repair and overhaul for apparatus used in explosive gas atmosphere".16. • GB3836. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series I3 Certificate: GYJ081008X Intrinsic Safety: Ex ia IIC T4/T6 Ui = 30 V. GB3836. Ci ≈ 0 nF. GB3836. Certificate GYJ081010X. Li = 108 μH Certificate: GYJ081010X Type of Protection 'n' Ex nLC IIC T4/T6 The 3105 transmitter.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.1996 "Code for construction and acceptance of electric device for explosion atmospheres and fire hazard electrical equipment installation engineering". and maintenance. Ii = 120 mA. the following standards are to be observed: • GB3836. During installation. ambient temperature range and temperature class is as follows: Temperature class T4 T6 Ambient temperature class -40 to +60 °C -40 to +55 °C Temperature of medium ≤ 130°C ≤ 80°C National Supervision and Inspection Centre (NEPSI) Intrinsically Safe Approval 2.15. The relationship between medium temperature. and plastic parts of transmitter shall only be cleaned by damp cloth. Suffix "X" denotes that protective measures should be applied to avoid the danger of electrostatic charge when the transmitter is installed in the hazardous location. End users are not permitted to change any components inside. Rev. B-7 .4-2000 Type of protection Ex ia IIC T4/T6.2000 "Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmosphere Part 16: Inspection and maintenance of electrical installations (other than mines)". • GB3836. Special conditions for safe use: 1.1-2000 and GB 3836. Pi = 0.1-2000 and GB 3836. manufactured by Mobrey Limited.2000 "Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmosphere Part 15: Electrical installations in hazardous area (other than mines)". 3.82 W.8-2003 Type of protection Ex nLC IIC T4/T6. • GB50257. Certificate GYJ081008X 1. operation.

82 W. Co = 66 nF. • "Provision need to be made externally to prevent the transients exceeding 40% of the rated voltage at the power supply terminals”. the regulations of the instruction manual have to be strictly observed. and plastic parts of transmitter shall only be cleaned by damp cloth”. Suffix "X" denotes following safe conditions: • "Transmitter should be protected from light”. BA July 2008 Ui = 30 V. Rev. B-8 . Lo = 502 mH 3.42 mA. 2) 00809-0100-4840. Po = 63 mW. Pi = 0. Safety Parameters: Power supply terminals (1. 2. The cable entry of transmitter should be protected to ensure the degree of protection of the enclosure IP 20(GB4208-1993) at least.1-2000 or GB 3836. Ci ≈ 0 nF. Certificate GYJ081010X 1. The cable entry of transmitter shall use cable entry in accordance with GB 3836. with which the degree of protection of the enclosure IP 67(GB4208-1993) at least shall be ensured. • "Protective measures should be applied to avoid the danger of electrostatic charge when the transmitter is installed in the hazardous location. operation and maintenance. 8) Uo = 30 V.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 2. and during installation. 4. Ii = 120 mA.8-2003. Associated apparatus should be installed in a safe location. Li = 108 μH Sensor terminals (7. Io = 8.

This section contains the following drawings: Rosemount Drawing 71097/1216. Rev. You must follow the installation guidelines presented in order to maintain certified ratings for installed transmitters. Issue 2: System Control Drawing for hazardous location installation of intrinsically safe FM approved apparatus. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series This section contains Factory Mutual installation drawings and Canadian Standards installation drawings.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. APPROVAL DRAWINGS B-9 . Rosemount Drawing 71097/1218. Issue 2: System Control Drawing for hazardous location installation of intrinsically safe CSA approved apparatus.

Rev. System Control Drawing for hazardous location installation of intrinsically safe and non-incendive FM approved apparatus. BA July 2008 ≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ B-10 μ .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Figure B-5. 00809-0100-4840.

≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ μ B-11 .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Figure B-6. System Control Drawing for hazardous location installation of intrinsically safe and non-incendive CSA approved apparatus. Rev.

BA July 2008 Sheet 1 of 3 B-12 .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Figure B-7. Rev. EC Declaration of Conformity RMD 1062 Rev A 00809-0100-4840.

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page C-3 www. . . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. . . . . . .rosemount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page C-2 Menus on The 3102 And The 3105 . Rev. . . . .com . . . . . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Appendix C Integrated Display Menus Menus on The 3101 . . . . . . .

r EF ) ( Save . Menu Programming on The 3101 PV D isp lay (D istance ) (T oggle U nits ) (b . Lrn) C-2 . 4) 4 (D isp.r EF ) Ech o Size ( PV D isplay ) ( b. 20 ) 20 (D isp. BA July 2008 D ist an ce (Echo Size ) (b .rEF (D isplay Bottom R ef ) (4 ) D isp lay B o t t o m R ef (Edit Bottom R ef ) (b . d) ( Save .-4) F lash “4” w ith L evel ( D isp Lvl for 4m A) D isp lay L evel f o r 4mA ( S-. AL) (Save . Lr n ) L ea rn e cho fr om false ta rg et L rn (D isplay Lr n+x.-4) D isp lay A larm A ct io n ( Edit Alar m Action) ( AL) Ed it actio n o p tio n s ( C ycle thu options ) ( C onfir m options ) D isp lay A larm A ct io n (N ot save . b. 20 m A L evel (Edit 20mA Level) (20 ) Ed it 20m A L evel (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm edited digit / 20mA Level ) C o n f irm 20 m A L evel (N ot save.r EF ) Ed it B o t t o m R ef ( Edit flashing digit ) ( C onfir m edited digit / Bottom R ef ) C o n f irm B o t t o m R ef ( N ot save. w her e x=r ecor ds saved ) (PV D isplay ) D isp lay L rn + x (N ew r ecor d ) ( 5s ) (C lear r ecs ) (1 0 s) (Lr n ) N ew reco rd (flash in g reco rd n o. + ech o) (N ot save. Rev. d ) d (D isplay D am ping ) (AL ) D isp lay D am p in g (Edit damping ) (d ) Ed it D am p in g (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm edited digit / D amping) C o n f irm D am p in g ( N ot save.4) ( T o Save . AL ) AL ( D isplay Alar m Action) ( S. S -20 ) ( R an ging ) S-20 (D isp Level for 20 m A) (Lr n ) D isp lay L evel f o r 20 m A (F lash “20” w ith Lvl) (S -20 ) F lash “20 ” w ith L evel ( D isplay Level for 20 m A) D isp lay L evel f o r 20 m A ( S-20 ) ( Save it . 4m A Level ) (20 ) D isp lay 4 m A L evel (Edit 4mA Level) (4 ) Ed it 4 m A L evel ( Edit flashing digit ) ( C onfirm edited digit / 4mA Level ) C o n f irm 4 m A L evel ( N ot save. 4) ( Save .-4 ) ( R an ging ) S--4 (D isp Level for 4m A) (S -20 ) D isp lay L evel f o r 4m A (F lash “4” w ith Lvl) (S . 20 ) (Save . 20 m A Level ) (d ) D isp .r EF ) (1 0 s) 00809-0100-4840.r EF ) b. S. Lrn ) (Save .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series MENUS ON THE 3101 Figure C-1.

OF F (D isplay R L 2 O ff Pt ) D isp lay R L 2 O f f Pt ( Start edit) ( r 2. 20 ) D isp lay 4m A valu e (N ot save. r2.O F F ) ( Save .OF F D isp lay R L 1 O f f Pt Start R L 1 O ff Pt ed it (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm digit edit / R L1 O ff Pt) C o n f irm R L 1 O f f Pt ( N ot save. r1.O n ) ( Save it . 4) ( N ot save. 4) D isp lay 4m A valu e ( 4m A R a ngin g) ( 4) ( C ont @ max) SEt 20 ( D isplay PV @ 20 m A) ( PV D isplay ) ( D isplay 4 m A value ) 1 ( 20 mA R ang ing ) ( 20 ) ( Start 4mA edit) ( 4) D isp lay PV @ 20 m A (R anging ) (SEt 20 ) R an g in g (F lash “20” and PV ) D isp lay PV @ 20 m A ( N ot save. Pr oF ) (Save.O n ) (D isplay R L 1 O n Pt ) (r 1. SEt 20 ) ( Save . SEt 20) ( D isplay max content) ( Start max cont edit) Co nt ent s ( Volu me ) 4 Start 4m A ed it (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm digit edit / 4mA value) ( Save it . unitS ) (Edit flashing digit) C o n f irm U n it s D isp lay D am p in g ( Start damping edit ) Start d am p in g ed it D isp lay B ase U n it s d ( D isplay Base U nits ) ( Star t units edit ) D isp lay D am p in g (N ot save.r EF ) ( N ot save .R ef) (D isplay Alar m C ur r ent Action ) (AL ) ( AL ) (Not save. r1. O ff) (C onfirm digit edit / max level) ( Save. AL) ( Save .O n ) ( D isplay Scale F actor ) ( Star t S -F actor edit ) Leve l / D ista nce Level @m ax Start m ax level ed it (Edit flashing digit ) (D isplay R L 2 O n Pt ) (r 2. M o del 3 10 2 ( 4) ( SC ALE ) ( D isplay max level ) D isp lay m ax level ( Start max level edit) r2. duty ) C o n f irm D u t y D isp lay D u t y ( D isplay D uty ) ( Star t duty edit ) 00809-0100-4840.(See D iagnostics m enu ) PV D isp lay L o o p t est (Eng setup ) (2 s ) (PV ) En g set u p ( PV) ( D iagnostics ) ( D uty) D iag n o st ics ( Loop test ) (2 s ) ( D istance ) ( PV) 1 20 ( D isplay 20m A value ) (d ) 20mA value ) (20 ) (C onfirm digit edit / ( Save it . BA July 2008 MENUS ON THE 3102 AND THE 3105 ( unitS ) ( duty ) u n itS St art u n it s ed it (Scr oll thr u units ) ( D isplay D am ping ) ( AL ) ( d) (C onfirm digit edit / damping value ) (C onfir m units ) ( Save . 20 ) Reference Manual d u ty St art d u t y ed it (Scr oll thr u duties ) (C onfir m duty ) ( Save .On Start R L 1 O n Pt ed it (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm digit edit / R L1 O n Pt) C o n firm R L1 O n Pt ( N ot save. Rev.rEF ) (Save. 4) ( N ot Save. r 1. C o n f irm m ax f lo w @ m ax D isp lay m ax f lo w M o del 3 10 2 ( ‘D uty’ @ max) ( Level @ m ax) r2.O ff) ( Start profile edit) C ont en t / F lo w Mo de l 31 02 Figure C-2. SC ALE) ( r 1.rEF Start B o tto m R ef ed it (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm edit/B. d) ( Save . r2 . SC ALE) ( Start edit) C o n firm Scale F acto r D isp lay Scale F act o r r1. O ff) C o n f irm Pro f ile ( Start edit) D isp lay R L 1 O n Pt D isp lay N -L Pro f ile r1.O F F ) Start R L 2 O ff Pt ed it (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm digit edit / R L2 O ff Pt) D isp lay R L 2 O f f Pt ( N ot save. d ) D isp lay 20 m A valu e (Start 20mA edit) (Edit flashing digit) Start 20m A ed it D isp lay 20 m A valu e ( N ot save. r EF ) ( unitS ) b .O F F ) ( Save . SEt 4) ( Save . ProF /SCALE ) C u rren t A ct io n ( Start selection) (Scroll thru options ) (C onfirm selection) Confirm Bottom Ref D isp lay A larm Start Selectio n D isp lay B o t t o m R ef AL C o n f irm select io n ( N ot save . r 2.O F F ) Co nte nt / F low Flow Start m ax flo w ed it (Edit flashing digit ) (C onfirm digit edit / max flow) ( Save . ‘D uty’@ m ax) Level @ m ax) C o n f irm m ax level ( N ot save. b.O n) ( Save. 4 ) F low @ max) (SEt 4 ) ( N ot save.On D isp lay R L 2 O n Pt ( Start edit) ( r 2. SEt 4) F lo w ( D isplay max level ) ( Start max flow edit) Cont Start m ax co n t ed it (Edit flashing digit ) (C onfirm digit edit / max contents ) C ont @ max) ( Save . PV D isplay ) Rosemount 3100 Series C-3 .r EF ) ProF Start p ro file ed it (Scr oll thr u pr ofiles) (C onfir m pr ofile ) ( N ot save . AL ) ( b.O n ) Start R L 2 O n Pt ed it (Edit flashing digit) (C onfirm digit edit / R L2 O n Pt) D isp lay R L 2 O n Pt ( N ot save. O F F or SEt 4 ) ( D isplay Bottom R ef ) ( Pr oF ) ( Star t Bottom R efer ence edit ) ( b. unitS ) ( N ot save . O n) ( r 1. Main Menu Programming on The 3102/3105 ( D isplay N-L Pr ofile ) ( SC ALE/‘D uty’@ m ax) ( Pr oF ) SCALE Start Scale F acto r ed it (Edit flashing digit) (D isplay R L 1 O ff Pt ) (r 2. b . r 1.O F F ) (C onfirm digit edit / Scale F actor) ( Save. C o n f irm m ax co n t @ m ax D isp lay m ax co n ten t M od el 3 10 2 ( 4) ( F low @ m ax) SEt 4 (D isplay PV @ 4 m A) (SEt 20 ) D isp lay PV @ 4m A (R anging ) (SEt 4) R an g in g (F lash “ 4” and PV ) D isp lay PV @ 4m A ( N ot save. r2.

Diagnostics Menu on The 3102/3105 ( D iAg) ( D uty) (See M ain M enu ) C yC L E ( Set D istance = Bottom R efer ence ) ( LO O P ) L OOP ( R ecall F ixed C ur r ent ) ( tESt ) Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.S) N o . Rev.C-4 ( See C yC LE ) En g set u p ( PV D isplay ) (See Engineer ing M enu ) D iag n o st ics (d iA g ) ( tESt ) (2 s ) ( diSt ) ( PV D isplay ) L o o p t est (t ESt (Eng setup ) (2 s ) (C yC LE ) (PV D isplay ) D ist an ce ( d iSt ) (Level ) (D ignostics ) L evel (L EVEL ) ( Echo ) ( diSt) Ech o size ( Ech o ) ( Echo . BA July 2008 . O f Ech o es ( F) F req u en cy (f ) ( t) T em p erat u re ( t ) ( PV ) Set D ist an ce = B o t t o m R ef ( T oggle R am ping O n / O ff) ( C yC LE) ( C yC LE) ( T oggle R am ping O n /O ff) T o g g le R am p in g O n / O f f R ecall F ixed C u rren t ( Edit desir ed cur r ent value ) ( LO O P ) desir ed value ) ( D isplay and output ( LO O P ) Ed it d esired cu rren t valu e D isp lay an d o u t p u t d esired valu e Rosemount 3100 Series PV Figure C-3.

F ) (Sure ) (C onfirm digit edit / Blanking) C o n f irm B lan kin g (I f R em ot e T e mp er at ur e Sen sor fitt ed) ( D isp.C AL) (Save .(See D iagnostics M enu ) ( See D iagnostics M enu ) L o o p t est (Eng setup ) (2 s ) (PV D isplay ) En g set u p ( t.unit) ( Save. load defaults . F ) (Save . Lrn ) ( D isplay Lr n+ x. Pr f) ( D isplay Pr f) D isp lay Prf ( Edit Prf) ( Pu lse R epe tition Fr e que ncy) ( Stir ) ( Pr f) Stir Ed it stirrer tim e (Scroll thru options ) (C onfirm stirrer time ) ( Save.C A L D isp . T em p erat u re (N ot save. w her e D isp lay L rn +x ( N ew r ecor d ) (5 s ) Le ar n e cho fr om fa lse ta rg et x= r ecor ds saved) ( t) ( C lear r ecs) ( 1 0s ) ( Lr n) 2 Rosemount 3100 Series C-5 . Engineering Menu on The 3102/3105 d EA d Ed it B lan kin g (Edit flashing digit ) ( LO Ad ) ( b. dEAd ) (Save .dEF ) ( D isplay Blanking) ( Edit Blanking) (F) ( dEAd ) F Ed it F req u en cy (Scroll thru options ) (C onfirm F requency) ( D isplay base unit ) ( Eng setup ) ( N ot save .star t.H old pr om pt ) PV D isp lay Reference Manual ( D iagnostics ) ( D uty) D iag n o st ics ( Loop test ) (2 s ) ( D istance ) ( PV D isplay ) 00809-0100-4840. b .) ( D isplay F r equency ) ( Pr f) ( Edit F requency) (F) Prf Ed it Prf (Scroll thru options ) (C onfirm Prf ) (Save .C AL ) ( Edit flashing digit ) ( C onfirm digit edit / t) Ed it T em p eratu re ( Edit flashing digit ) ( C onfirm digit edit / t. T em per atur e ) ( t.d EF LOA d Su re (SU re) ( Acknow ledge . Ext .H old ) ( PV D isplay ) ( See t . SPI) ( N ot save . C AL) ( D isplay T hr eshold ) ( LE ) ( t. ( Load defaults ) L o ad D ef au lt s (R eset as new . T em p .H o L d D isp . t. Prf) C o n f irm F req u en cy D isp lay F req u en cy b .H oLd ) t. lost echo tim e) ( dEAd ) ( LE ) L d.u n it D isp lay b ase u n it (Edit base units ) ( b.dEF ) ( t. T em p erat u re D isp lay T h resh o ld ( Edit T hr eshold ) t Ed it T em p eratu re D isp . PV disp. + ech o ) (N ot save.H oLd ) LE Ed it L o st Ech o T im e (Edit flashing digit ) ( D isp. Lrn ) C o n f irm d u rat io n D isp lay sp ike d u ratio n (D isplay spike duration) (Lrn ) (Edit spike duration) (SPi) L rn N ew reco rd ( flash in g reco rd n o. t. t.) ( Ld .C AL ) (Edit temperature ) (C onfirm digit edit / LE T ime) (Save . Stir ) C o n f irm st irrer t im e D isp lay st irrer t im e ( D isplay stir r er tim e ) ( Edit stirrer time) ( SPi) ( Stir ) SPi Ed it sp ike d u ratio n (Scroll thru options ) (C onfirm duration ) ( N ot save . Ext . (N ot save.dEF ) Figure C-4. Lrn ) (Save. Rev. Ld .unit ) Ed it b ase u n it s (C ycle thr u options ) (C onfir m base units ) D isp lay b ase u n it ( N ot save. Ld . SPi) (Save . Stir) C o n f irm Prf ( N ot save . BA July 2008 (See M ain M enu ) 2 Ed it T h resh o ld (C ycle thr u options ) ( D isp. Ext ern T em p . LE) D isp .unit ) (2 s) D isp lay B lan kin g ( N ot save . T em p . t) (Save .C AL) ( t) digits to “ Auto ) (Edit T emperature ) ( “ Auto” to digits or (C onfir m thr eshold) ( Save . (2 s ) PV display ) (Abor t . LE ) C o n f irm T h resh o ld ( N ot save . D isp lay L E T im e ( Edit lost echo time) t. R e. dEAd) C o n f irm L E T im e ( N ot save .

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. . and provides control functionality using the 4–20 mA signal from the transmitter. . . . . . . . www. . . NOTE: The Rosemount 3490 Series manual (Document No. page D-1 Rosemount 3100 Series Transmitter (3102/3105) . . . . This control unit supplies the 24 Vdc loop-power to the transmitter. . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Appendix D Rosemount 3490 Series Introduction . . . . . and access to all of the parameters of the transmitter as shown in the following pages. . . . . . The control unit has HART® communications capability. . . . . .rosemount. . . . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. .com . . . . page D-2 INTRODUCTION The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 can be used with The Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. 00809-0100-4841) provides detailed instructions on the use and features of the control unit. . Rev. .

0 3.0 0.0 0.7 34.0 10 10 20 20 30 30 40 40 50 50 60 60 70 70 80 80 90 90 100 100 MESSAGE 3105 3105 XMTR ft in 34.0 10 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 40 40 40 50 50 50 60 60 60 70 70 70 80 80 80 90 90 90 100 100 100 MESSAGE 3102 3102 XMTR m ft in 10.0 0.0 Setpoint 0.0 1.8 Auto Auto Bottom Reference Present Depth SET AS EMPTY Tank Shape (Tank Type) Distance (Sensor) Offset Level Offset PV Scale Factor Profile Height Profile Point 1 Profile Point 2 Profile Point 3 Profile Point 4 Profile Point 5 Profile Point 6 Profile Point 7 Profile Point 8 Profile Point 9 Profile Point 10 Message Tag Description Primary Variable Units (PV Units) Upper range value Lower range value Damping Relay 1 mode Relay 1 PV ON Point Relay 1 PV OFF Point Relay 2 mode Relay 2 PV ON Point Relay 2 PV OFF Point LE Delay LE Action Top Blanking Bottom Blanking Speed of Sound Temperature Set Threshold 36.0 1.0 0.0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 IDENTITY % % % % % % % % % % (2) (2) PV CALC OUTPUT CURRENT RELAYS (3) RELAY 1 sec (2) (2) RELAY 2 (2) (2) ENGINEERING sec (2) (2) P011 P060 P069 P013 P014 P030 P031 P032 P033 P034 P035 P036 P037 P038 P039 P000 P001 P002 P012 P015 P016 P020 P070 P071 P072 P073 P074 P075 P021 P022 P023 P063 P024 P025 P026 (B.MENUS AND PARAMETERS 3102 Parameter (2) (2) D-2 Menu Level 4 P010 (2) (2) Table D-1.0 900 900 Hold Hold 1.5 414.0 0.0 3.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 Linear 0.0 1.6 13063 Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto 36.0 3.0 0.0 0.3 1.0 0.0 0.0 3.0 0. BA July 2008 .0 900 Hold 0.0 0.0 1. Rev.0 0.7 0.0 3.0 1.0 0.0 Linear 0.0 0.0 0.0 331.)/s °C or °F % m 10.5 414.0 0.0 0.0 11.0 90 900 900 Hold Hold Hold 0.0 1.0 432. Rosemount 3100 Series Transmitter (3102/3105) Param ID Units 11.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 m ft In m ft in 3105 Menu Level 1 Menu Level 2 Menu Level 3 SETUP (1) DUTY (2) Rosemount 3100 Series NLP CURVE 0.8 1088.0 1088.0 12 0.U.0 12 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 432.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.6 13063 Auto Auto Auto Auto Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.0 0.0 0.0 Fault/Setpoint 0.0 331.0 3.

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Enabled 1.0 1.0 4 4 2.9 2.9 Auto Auto Auto Auto 4.0 4.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (As applicable) (As applicable) Kynar 52 46 0 (As applicable) (As applicable) Rosemount (As applicable) 5 5 (As applicable) 5 5 -

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Primary Variable Level (SV) Distance (TV) Transducer Temperature Current Output % Current Output Relay Status (3) Distance To Target Echo Size Echo Success Rate Target Echoes Speed Of Sound Temperature SoS calc Transducer Frequency Threshold in Use Pulses In Use Transmit Power Device Status Group 1 Device Status Group 2 Device Status Group 3 Device Status Group 4 Device Status Group 5 Device Status Group 6 Date Maximum Temperature Minimum Temperature

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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page E-1 Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page E-1

INTRODUCTION

The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 support HART® communications, which may be used to program or interrogate the transmitter from any point on the two-wire loop. The HART Communicator Product Manual (Document No. 00809-0100-4276) provides detailed instructions on the use and features of the HART Communicator. This brief summary in this appendix is not meant to replace the HART Communicator Product Manual. This appendix contains the menu structure and Fast Key sequences.

SAFETY MESSAGES

Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. Information that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). Please refer to the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by this symbol.

Explosions could result in death or serious injury: Verify that the operating environment of the transmitter is consistent with the appropriate hazardous locations certifications. Before connecting a HART-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere, make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices. Do not remove the cover in explosive atmospheres when the circuit is alive.

Failure to follow safe installation and servicing guidelines could result in death or serious injury: Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation. Use the equipment only as specified in this manual. Failure to do so may impair the protection provided by the equipment. Do not perform any service other than those contained in this manual unless qualified. As a matter of routine, the Rosemount 3100 Series transmitter and all other equipment in your tank should be shut off prior to entering the tank.

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Rev. HART Communicator Menu Tree Online Menu 1 Basic Setup 1 CONFIGURE / SETUP 1 Basic Setup 2 Level 00809-0100-4840.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Figure E-1. BA July 2008 1 Bottom Reference 2 Distance Offset 3 Present Depth 4 Set as Empty 5 Level Offset 6 Damping 1 Tag 2 Bottom Reference 3 Upper Range Value 4 Lower Range Value 5 Damping 3 Analog Output 2 Device Config 1 Identity 2 Device Revisions 3 HART Communications 4 Material 1 Tag 2 Manufacturer 3 Model Code 4 Serial Number 5 Final Assembly Number 6 Unique ID 7 Date 8 Descriptor 9 Message 1 Upper Range Value 2 Lower Range Value 3 Current Output 4 % Current Output 5 Apply Values 1 Poll Address 2 Preambles 1 Transducer Material 1 HART Revision 2 Transmitter Specific Revision 3 Software Revision 4 Hardware Revision 1 PV Units 2 NLP Profile 3 Scale Factor 4 Power Factor / NLP Height 3 Variables Config 1 Profile Point 1 2 Profile Point 2 3 Profile Point 3 4 Profile Point 4 5 Profile Point 5 6 Profile Point 6 7 Profile Point 7 8 Profile Point 8 9 Profile Point 9 10 Profile Point 10 1 Scaled Variable 2 Plot NLP Points 3 Relay Output 4 Sensor temperature 5 Engineering Setup 1 Relay 1 Mode 2 Relay 1 On Point 3 Relay 1 Off Point 4 Relay 2 Mode 5 Relay 2 On Point 6 Relay 2 Off Point 1 Set Temperature 2 Maximum Temperature 3 Minimum Temperature 1 Lost Echo Delay 2 Lost Echo Action 3 Speed of Sound 4 Upper Blanking 5 Lower Blanking 6 Set Temperature 7 Set Threshold 8 Base Units 4 Calibration Config 1 Analog Calibration 2 Level Calibration 3 Temperature Calibration 1 Level 2 Present Depth 3 Set as Empty 1 Transducer Temperature 2 Internal Temperature Calibration 3 External Temperature Calibration 1 Current Output 2 % Current Output 3 D/A Trim 4 Loop Test Continued on next page E-2 .

BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series 1 Power Control 2 Pulse Rate 3 Echoes Needed 4 Threshold 1 Time 5 Threshold 1 Size 6 Target Pulses 7 Target Frequency 8 Spike Reject 1 Number of Echoes 2 Target Distance 3 Echo Size 4 False Echo Data 5 False Echo Action 1 Number of False Echoes 2 False Echo 1 Data 3 False Echo 2 Data 4 False Echo 3 Data 5 False Echo 4 Data 1 Clear False Echoes 2 Learn a False Echo 3 Auto Tank Map Continued from previous page Online Menu 1 CONFIGURE / SETUP Continued 5 Advanced Setup 1 Advanced 2 False Echoes 3 Set Upper Blanking 1 Upper Blanking 2 Echo Size 3 Distance 4 Number of Echoes 5 Success Rate 4 Set Threshold 1 Set Threshold 2 Threshold in Use 3 Echo Size 4 Distance 5 Number of Echoes 6 Success Rate 1 Power Control Enable 2 Transmit Power in Use 3 Echo Size 4 Distance 5 Number of Echoes 1 Set Target Pulses 2 Pulses in Use 3 Echo Size 4 Distance 5 Success Rate 1 Spike Reject 2 Echo Size 3 Distance 4 Number of Echoes 5 Success Rate 1 Set Temperature 2 Temperature Speed of Sound 3 Distance 4 Speed of Sound 1 Set Frequency 2 Transducer Frequency 3 Echo Size 4 Success Rate 5 Set Power Control 6 Set Target Pulses 7 Set Spike Reject 8 Set Temperature 9 Set Frequency 6 Tools 1 Simulation 2 General 1 Simulation Control 2 PV 3 Current Output 4 % Current Output 5 Relay Status 1 Restart 2 Load Defaults Continued on next page Continued on next page E-3 .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Rev.

Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Continued from previous page 1 Model Code 2 Manufacturer 3 Serial Number 4 Maximum Temperature 5 Minimum Temperature 1 Failed Status 1 Maintenance Status 00809-0100-4840. BA July 2008 Online Menu 1 Summary 2 Failed 3 Maintenance 2 DEVICE DIAGNOSTICS 4 Advisory 5 Monitor Readings 1 Advisory Status 1 PV 2 Level 3 Distance 4 Transducer Temperature 5 Current Output 6 % Current Output 7 Relay Status 6 Monitor Diagnostics 1 Distance 2 Echo Size 3 Success Rate 4 Number of Echoes 5 Speed of Sound 6 Temperature Speed of Sound 7 Transducer Frequency 8 Threshold in Use 9 Pulses in Use 10Transmit Power 11Date 12Maximum Temperature 13Minimum Temperature 1 Transmitter Status 1 PV 2 Current Output 3 % Current Output 4 Upper Range Value 5 Lower Range Value 6 Damping 7 Level Offset 8 Relay Status 1 PV 2 Level 3 Distance 4 Transducer Temperature 5 Bottom Reference 6 NLP Profile 7 Distance Offset 8 Level Offset 9 Scale Factor 10Power Factor / NLP Height 1 Tag 2 Manufacturer 3 Model Code 4 Serial Number 5 Final Assembly Number 6 Unique ID 7 Date 8 Descriptor 9 Message 7 Status Groups 3 PROCESS VARIABLES 1 Primary Variable 2 Measured Variables 3 Identification E-4 . Rev.

1. 6. 4 1. 2. 3. 2. 2 1. 3. 8 1.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. 5. 3. 2 1. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Table E-1. 3 1. 2 1. 4 1. 2. 1. 5. 2. 1. 1. HART Fast Key Sequences Function Base Units Bottom Reference Primary Value (PV) Level (Secondary Variable) Distance (Tertiary Variable) Transducer Temperature (Fourth Variable) Present Depth Set as empty PV Units PV Scale Factor NLP Profile Power Factor / NLP Height FALSE ECHO ACTIONS FALSE ECHO DATA Echo Size AUTO TANK MAP (Empty Tank) Upper Range Value (PV @ 20 mA) Lower Range Value (PV @ 4 mA) Damping (output PV) Set-up relays (The 3102 only) Relay status (The 3102 only) Model code Serial number Transducer material Load factory defaults Simulation HART Fast Key 1. 2 3. 1. 3. 1. 2. 4 2. 2. 2 3. 1. 4 1 5. 2 1. 3. 6. 1. 1 1. 3 3. 3. 1 E-5 . 1. 1 1. 1. 2. 8 1. 5 1. 5. 1. 1. 2. Rev. 1. 3. 1. 3 1. 2. 1 3. 3 1. 1. 3. 1. 2. 3 3. 4 1. 2. 6. 5. 3 1. 2. 4 1. 5 1. 1.

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. Rev. www. . . . . . . . . .page F-1 Transmitter Action Parameters (The 3102 And 3105) . .page F-2 Transmitter P*** Parameters (The 3102 And 3105) . . .page F-5 Transmitter D*** Parameters (The 3102 And 3105) . . whichever is appropriate for your HART Master Device. . . . .rosemount. . . . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Appendix F Parameters accessed over HART Communications Introduction . . . . . This appendix describes the parameters that can be accessed over HART communications using a HART Master Device. . .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. NOTE: For relevant menu structures. refer to Appendix D or Appendix E. . . . . . . . . .com . . . . which may be used to program or interrogate the transmitter from any point on the two-wire loop.page F-22 INTRODUCTION The Rosemount 3102 and Rosemount 3105 support HART® communications. . . . . . . such as the The Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit or a Field Communicator. . .

When the transmitter is shipped from the factory. Rev. If the Bottom Reference is unknown and the tank is empty. or to perform the set as empty action. D910 = Distance measurement. the transmitter can adjust the Bottom Reference (P010) value to take into account an edited present depth reading: P010 = (Depth + D910) . If the Bottom Reference is unknown and the present liquid depth is known. P069 = Level offset (see page F-20). NOTE: The Display Units (Reported Units) of the transmitter’s Process Value can be changed to metric or imperial units of measurement using P012. Options are to quit to the previous menu. Options are to quit to the previous menu. the default factory settings of transmitter parameters are metric. See “P012 (PV Units)” on page F-12. the transmitter can adjust the Bottom Reference (P010) value to be the same as the present distance measurement with the empty tank. P010 = D910 . but this does not automatically re-scale the PV value. refer to Appendix D or Appendix E. BA July 2008 NOTE: For relevant menu structures. or imperial inch.P060 + P069 Where: P010 = Bottom Reference (see page F-5). imperial ft. To change base units. Changing the base units will re-set parameters to their default factory settings. NOTE: Keep a record of your programmed settings. P060 = Distance (sensor) offset (see page F-19).P060 Where: P010 = Bottom Reference (see page F-5). or edit a present depth value. whichever is appropriate for your HART Master Device. Parameter: PRESENT DEPTH Select the Present Depth menu option. select the Base Units menu option and edit accordingly.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series TRANSMITTER ACTION PARAMETERS (THE 3102 AND 3105) Parameter: BASE UNITS 00809-0100-4840. D910 = Distance measurement with empty tank. P060 = Distance (sensor) offset (see page F-19). depending on the model order code (see “Ordering Information” on page A-6). Parameter: SET AS EMPTY Select the Set As Empty menu option. F-2 . depth = Edited present depth value.

Run from Zero – as “Run up” except output PV initially starts from 0. repeatedly until stopped. Options are to quit to the previous menu. The direction of the cycle is given by the name of the simulation chosen. and the false echo can be ignored. or select a simulation. • • • To clear all learned false echoes. A maximum of four false echoes can be learned. F-3 . see P089 on page F-21. and then up. To edit new or existing false echo data. • • • To clear the learned false echoes after using auto tank mapping. Parameter: LEARN FALSE ECHO Parameter: AUTO TANK MAP Select the Auto Tank Map menu option to view the parameter screen. Options are to quit to the previous menu. The tank needs to be empty so that echoes from all false targets are exposed. repeat the learning process again. repeatedly until stopped. and then down. be necessary to re-set the transmitter parameters to factory default values. A single cycle takes 100 seconds to complete. see parameters P081 to P088 on page F-21. occasionally. see P081 to P088 on page F-21. Simulation options are: • • • Run up – cycles up. NOTE: Re-loading factory defaults will overwrite all parameters and all site entered data will be lost. The transmitter can learn that the present distance measurement is calculated from an echo off a false target. If there is an echo from yet another false target.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series Select the Learn False Echo menu option. or start the mapping process The transmitter can be instructed to map up to four echoes from false targets within an empty tank. particularly if the data already changed and held in the transmitter is in question. For non-automatic learning. the transmitter re-loads the user default parameter values. Run down – cycles down. use the Learn False Echo menu option. The transmitter simulations automatically cycle the output Primary Value (PV) between the bottom of the tank and the nearest measurable distance. To stop the cycling. and relays (where fitted) respond according to the output PV. Parameter: RESTART DEVICE Parameter: DEFAULTS By selecting this Restart Device menu option. The Current Output. and then re-started by selecting a simulation. To edit false echo data. select the normal option. Parameter: SIMULATION Select the Simulation menu option to view the parameter screen. use the Auto Tank Map feature (see below). Options are to quit to the previous menu. The cycling may be paused by with the pause option. The resulting restart is identical to the normal power-up sequence when first taken out of the box. and then performs a restart. see P089 on page F-21. Rev. or start the learning process. For automatic learning. It may.

00809-0100-4840. BA July 2008 F-4 . Rev.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Parameter: FACTORY USE This parameter is for factory use only.

Parameters are listed here in numerical order. The tag is typically a reference number. P001 (Tag Number) P001 Description: This is for editing a tag number of up to 16 characters for the transmitter (8 characters on a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit). the 4 mA start-point can be any liquid height above (or below) this zero level. refer to Appendix D or Appendix E. P005 Description: This is a read-only parameter showing a multiple-digit number. This parameter is important for calibrating or configuring the transmitter. P002 (Description) P002 Description: This is for editing an optional 12-character description to expand on P001. whichever is appropriate for your HART Master Device. It can be used for any purpose. F-5 . BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series NOTE: For relevant menu structures. P010) are for adjusting the operational set-up of the transmitter. such as recording the initials of the person who programmed it. The zero level establishes where the transmitter starts to measure the process value (PV). It is not necessary to have the 4 mA output commence at the zero level. but it can also be used to identify the location or duty of the transmitter in plant item terms. a support contact number. etc.g. P004 (Final Assembly Number) P005 (Serial Number) P004 Description: This is a read-only parameter showing a multiple-digit number. P010 (Bottom Reference) P010 Description: The Bottom Reference value is the distance measured vertically along the ultrasonic beam path from the transmitter face to the zero level of the vessel or open channel.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. details of last programming change. Rev. The 'P' prefixed parameters (e. used by the factory to track the manufacturing history of an individual transmitter. if needed. NOTE: This tag helps identify the transmitter being interrogated when using a HART Master Device such as the Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. used by the factory to identify a transmitter. TRANSMITTER P*** PARAMETERS (THE 3102 AND 3105) P000 (Message) P000 Description: This allows a general 32-character message to be edited (12 characters on a Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit).

the level or content is a product (multiplication) of the liquid height above the zero level and a scaling factor (P013). If volume is not required. BA July 2008 This selects the shape of a vessel or open channel. Rev. the scaling factor is set to 1. including: • • • • • • “P011 = “Linear”” on page F-6 “P011 = “Special”” on page F-6 “P011 = “Horizontal Cyl Flat” (Horizontal cylinder. Changing the units does not automatically re-scale the output PV value. P013 will specify the volume per feet or volume per inch. parameters P030 to P039 can be edited to plot the unique profile of an irregular shaped vessel or open channel (see Figure F-2). If the liquid level is being measured in units of feet or inches.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series P011 (Tank Shape) P011 Description 00809-0100-4840. Flow over a 2-stage weir F-6 . There are over 30 shape options available to select. and establishes the linear or non-linear relationship between the live liquid level (height) and the Process Value (PV) derived from that level. P011 = “Special” By selecting “Special”.0 unless other units for the PV are required. Figure F-1. The volume of the contents can be shown by entering the volume per meter of height factor in to P013. By selecting “Linear”. flat ends)” on page F-9 “P011 = “Spherical”” on page F-9 “P011 = “Flume/Weir-3/2”” on page F-10 “P011 = “V-Notch-5/2”” on page F-11 P011 = “Linear” This setting is applicable when requiring level or content measurements involving a vessel with a constant cross-section. The display (reported) units of measurement for the output PV are set using P012.

This percentage. 2. 5. Draw the graph of PV versus Liquid Height. it is necessary to have tabulated or graphical data to relate the required Process Value (PV) to Liquid Height.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. Figure F-2. Select units for the PV using P012. Choose the maximum point on the graph where measurements will be required. Rev. Set P010 to the distance from the transmitter face to the zero point (Y = 0) on the graph. The transmitter will interpolate linearly between the plotted points to give an accurate curve fit. is entered into P035. Use parameters P030 . 7. actual percentages. and determines the plotted points. Set P014 to liquid height (on X-axis) at this maximum point.P039 to enter percentage values that correspond to the fixed percentages. First graph of PV versus Height F-7 . Parameters P030 to P039 are for entering up to 10 Y-axis values. 4. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series To derive up to 10 profile points. 3. Figure F-2 on page F-7 shows an example graph of PV versus Liquid Height. 6. which correspond to the 10 fixed percentages on the X-axis. which will determine the output PV from the live level measurement. say 50%. Set P013 to the flow rate or content (on Y-axis) at this maximum point. 60% of the maximum height (P014) will relate to a percentage of the maximum PV (P013). Setting-up Procedure for “Special”: 1. For example.

which is proportional to the maximum height (P014). BA July 2008 Each live level (height) measurement is converted into a percentage (0 to 100%). Second graph of PV versus Height F-8 . the Y ordinate is then calculated to determine a percentage.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series 00809-0100-4840. This means that P013 can be selected as any value above the maximum to be monitored. Given the X ordinate. related to the maximum PV (P013). the converted percentage corresponds to an X ordinate on the X-axis. Figure F-3.0) is used as the start point. The 'Y' ordinate. Profile Point 10 may. a percentage. occur at the height entered in P014. It is possible the PV corresponding to this height is less than 100% of P013. NOTE: • • The origin (0. It is not a parameter. Rev. In graph terms. is multiplied by the value of P013 by the transmitter to determine the final output PV. (See Figure F-3 on page F-8). or may not.

By selecting “Spherical”. the full volume of the ideal cylindrical tank (P013).Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. F-9 . the live volume of the content is derived from the raw measured liquid level. Sphere or Cylindrical Tank Example P013 = Full volume of ideal cylindrical or spherical tank of constant diameter (P014) P011 = “Spherical” This setting is applicable when volume of content measurements involving a spherical vessel with a constant diameter is required – See Figure F-4 on page F-9 for a cross-sectional view. and the diameter of that vessel (P014). BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series P011 = “Horizontal Cyl Flat” (Horizontal cylinder. flat ends) This setting is applicable when volume of content measurements involving a horizontally oriented cylindrical vessel with a constant diameter is required – See Figure F-4 on page F-9 for a cross-sectional view. Rev. the live volume of the content is derived from the raw measured liquid level and the full volume of the ideal spherical vessel (P013) Reference (P010). By selecting “Horizontal Cyl”. Figure F-4.

Rev. Select “Flume/Weir-3/2” option using P011. Enter the K-factor in P013. BA July 2008 This setting is applicable when flow measurements involving an open channel with a flume or weir profile is required. must use the “Special” shape option (P011) that is based on flow versus height tabulations (see “P011 = “Special”” on page F-6). such as round-bottomed flumes. Pwr is the power (P014) and k is a user-entered factor (P013). The rate of flow per second is calculated by: Q = k x hpwr where h is the live liquid level. Q is flow rate per second. 2. Figure F-5. Rectangular Weir Example (Using 3/2 Power Law) F-10 . Flumes that deviate from the standard “3/2 power law”. Setting-up Procedure for “Flume/Weir-3/2”: 1.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series P011 = “Flume/Weir-3/2” 00809-0100-4840.

Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. 2. V-Notch Weir Example (Using 5/2 Power Law) F-11 . The rate of flow through a V-notch is calculated using: Q = k* hpwr where h is the live liquid level. Enter the k-factor in P013. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series P011 = “V-Notch-5/2” This setting is applicable when flow measurements involving an open channel with a V-notch weir is required. Select “V-Notch-5/2” option using P011. Setting-up Procedure for “V-Notch-5/2”: 1. Figure F-6. Rev. Pwr is the power (P014) and k is a user-factor (P013). Q is flow rate per second.

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Category Level Volume Speed Flow

Default Metric Units “m” (meter) “m3” (cubic meter) “m/s” (meters/second) “m3/h”

Alternative Units “ft” (feet), “in” (inches), “cm” (centimetres), “mm” (millimetre) “gal” (gallon), “l” (litre), “ft3” (cubic feet) or “bbl” (barrel) “ft/s” (feet/second) or “in/s” (inches/second) “m3/d” (m3/day), “m3/m” (m3/minute), “m3/s” (m3/second) “g/d” (gallon/day), “g/h” (gallon/hour), “g/m” (gallon/minute), “g/s” (gallon/second), “l/h” (litre/hour), “l/m” (litre/minute), “l/s” (litre/second), “ft3/day” (ft3/day), “ft3/hour” (ft3/hour), “ft3/m” (ft3/minute), “ft3/s” (ft3/second), or “Mg/d” (Million gallons/day or MGD) “ton” or “tne” (tonne) °F -

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P013 Description: When calculating the level of liquid contents in metres, feet or inches, P013 is used for converting (scaling) the raw level measurement to alternative units before output. If alternative units are not required, keep P013 set to 1.0. When calculating the volume of liquid contents, P013 is set to the volume of the ideal shaped cylinder, sphere or conical vessel (tank). P014 is set to the diameter (only applicable to horizontal cylinders), as shown by Figure F-4 on page F-9. When calculating the volume of liquid contents or flow in an irregular shaped vessel or open channel, P013 is set to the maximum output PV - as described for the “Special” shape option of P011 (Tank Shape). When calculating the rate of liquid flow in a standard open channel, parameters P013 and P014 are terms in a flow rate calculation, as specified for Flume/Weir options described for P011 (Tank Shape). Minimum/Maximum value: 0.0/999999

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P014 Description When calculating the volume of liquid contents in an ideal horizontal cylinder or sphere, P014 is set to the diameter, as shown by Figure F-4 on page F-9. When calculating the volume of liquid contents or flow in an irregular shaped vessel or open channel, P014 is set to the maximum height or flow rate, as shown by Figure 14 and Figure 15 on page 16. When calculating the rate of liquid flow in a standard open channel, parameters P013 and P014 are terms in a flow rate calculation, as specified for Flume/Weir options described for P011 (Tank Shape). Minimum/Maximum value 0.0/999999

P014 (Profile Height or Power)

P015 (Upper Range Value)

P015 Description This defines the Process Value (PV) represented by a 20 mA current output from the transmitter. The span of the 4–20 mA current output is defined by P015 and P016. It is not necessary for P015 to have a value that is greater than P016, in which case the current output will decrease for an increasing PV. For example, consider a tank with the capacity for 120 gallons. When the tank is the full, a 20 mA current output is required from the transmitter. Therefore, P015 is set to 120 if the PV is being measured in gallons. P016 would normally be set to 0.0 (gallons) for 4 mA current output to indicate an empty tank. Display (reported) units of measurement are as selected for the PV by P012. Minimum/Maximum value 0.0/999999

P016 (Lower Range Value)

P016 Description This defines the Process Value (PV) represented by a 4 mA current output from the transmitter. The span of the 4–20 mA current output is defined by P015 and P016. It is not necessary for P015 to have a value that is less than P016, in which case, the current output will decrease for an increasing PV. For example, consider a tank with the capacity for 120 gallons. When the tank is the empty, a 4 mA current output is required from the transmitter. P016 is set to 0.0 if the PV is being measured in gallons. P015 would normally be set to 120.0 (gallons) for 20 mA current output to indicate a full tank. Display (reported) units of measurement are as selected for the PV by P012. Minimum/Maximum value 0.0/999999

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P020 (Damping / Smoothing Time)
P020 Description

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This defines the time constant of the exponential smoothing used on the output Process Value (PV), and is entered as a value in seconds. The pulse repetition frequency of the transmitter is approximately one pulse per second, which means that the system response time cannot be faster than this. Minimum/Maximum value 0.0/9999

P021 (Lost Echo Delay)

P021 Description Lost Echo Delay is defined uniquely for pulse echo level measurement systems, where ultrasonic pulse echoes are lost due to adverse liquid surface conditions such as turbulence (or foam). The ultrasonic pulse transmitted towards the surface is, sometimes, not returned, deflected away from the transmitter, or attenuated significantly. In these conditions, the transmitter holds the last valid data and transmits another pulse to see if the echo is returned. The Lost Echo Delay (P021) sets the period that the transmitter will hold and display the present valid surface measurement, waiting to update the measurement when the next echo is recovered. If the Lost Echo Delay period ends with no valid echoes returned, a fault condition (“LOST ECHO”) is signalled. • A valid returned echo occurs inside a 'window' on either side of the liquid level, and the 'window' increases as the range to the target increases. All echoes within the ‘window’ are monitored and averaged to provide smoothing of the liquid level output under turbulent conditions. Any returned echo from closer to the transmitter than the liquid surface is considered valid if a minimum required number of echoes (P042) have been received. The output will then change to this new value. Any echo returned further from the transmitter than the liquid surface and outside the 'window' is ignored. However, if a lost echo condition is developing and a period (Lost Echo Time divided by two) has elapsed, any echoes received from further away targets are treated as valid. The liquid level measured will change to the new value after receiving four such echoes.

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the ultrasonic pulses transmission will cease. P022 = “MAXIMUM” If this setting is selected. In addition. If P023 is set to a value greater than the Bottom Reference (P010). the PV is forced to the maximum while a Lost Echo condition exists. P022 (Lost Echo Action) P023 (Top Blanking Distance) P023 Description The Top Blanking Distance defines a zone close the transmitter where an echo is ignored. P022 = “MINIMUM” If this setting is selected. See Figure F-7 on page F-20 for tank geometry. To avoid a false high level alarm.6 mA (for NAMUR NE43). the current on the two-wire loop will decrease to 3. the PV is forced to zero while a Lost Echo condition exists. The selectable options for P022 are “MINIMUM”. depending on the model order code (see page “Ordering Information” on page A-6). NOTE A lost echo is indicated on the Integral Display of the transmitter and Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit. and “MAXIMUM”. Minimum/Maximum value 0. the ultrasonic pulses transmission will cease. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series P022 Description This defines what happens to the PV output when a Lost Echo condition exists. The current will remain at that level until the correct target echo is recovered.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. which is after the Lost Echo Delay period (P021) has elapsed. “HOLD”.5 mA (for NAMUR NE43). P023 defines the vertical distance from the transmitter face to where a valid surface echo can be detected. depending on the model order code (see page “Ordering Information” on page A-6). Establishing this zone will eliminate echoes from false targets such as mounting fittings or the end of stub pipes. If the sum of P023 and P063 is greater than the Bottom Reference (P010). The current will remain at that level until the correct target echo is recovered. Rev. The maximum PV is the value that occurs when an echo is received from the transmitter face.0/999999 F-15 . the current output is held at the last good value. P022 = “HOLD” If this setting is selected. It can also be indicated by fault relay. In addition.75 mA (for Rosemount Standard) or 22. P023 should not be lower than the factory default. the current on the two-wire loop will increase to 21.75 mA (for Rosemount Standard) or 3.

oxides of nitrogen and sulphur and chlorine.80 (metres/second). Examples are carbon dioxide. the value entered in P024 should be 331. Gas mixtures have speed of sound values calculated as an average according to the proportion of the gases present. If the tank vapor space is filled with a different gas. BA July 2008 P024 is for entering the speed of sound of the gas above the liquid surface (ullage gas) in a closed vessel. The correction for temperature effects is made using P025. Minimum/Maximum value 0. 5%).g. assuming the value for the speed of sound entered in P024 is valid at 32 °F (0 °C).0/999999 NOTE: The speed of sound is inversely proportional to the molecular weight of the gas molecules. For systems monitoring aqueous liquids with air (or nitrogen) as the primary gas in the ullage space. It takes into account the typical variations in humidity and assumes the temperature compensation is based on the temperature sensor measurement. Rev. This setting is most accurate over the temperature range 32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C). at a temperature of 32 °F (0 °C). Table F-2. The Speed of Sound (D914) is calculated for the ullage gas at the temperature and humidity level in the tank. because of molecular resonance. Table F-2 shows Speed of Sound values for ullage gases at 32 °F (0 °C). Certain triatomic gases attenuate ultrasound significantly. Ultrasonics should not be used where carbon dioxide or chlorine is present in the ullage space and only after careful consideration in the case of oxides of nitrogen and sulphur. Operational performance of ultrasonic pulse echo systems is significantly reduced when such gases exceed small percentages in the Ullage space (e. a revised value should be entered into P024. Speed of sound of ullage gases Ullage Gas Acetaldehyde Ammonia Argon Benzene Carbon Dioxide Carbon Tetrachloride Cyclohexane Ethane Ethylalcohol Speed of Sound 244 415 308 177 259 145 181 316 258 Ullage Gas Ethylether Methane Methanol Nitrogen Nitric oxide Oxygen Propane Sulphur hexafluoride Speed of Sound 206 430 335 337 334 332 238 133 F-16 .Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series P024 (Speed of Sound) P024 Description 00809-0100-4840.

9 (if not using Auto) P030 to P039 (Profile Points) P040 (Transmit Power Control) P030 to P039 Description For the purpose of these parameters. the P025 setting reverts to 68 °F (20 °C). F-17 .Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. The temperature sensor measures the air temperature at the transmitter rather than measuring the average temperature across the ullage space. P026 can be a constant value. and P063. P044 has no affect. the sensitivity is automatically adjusted over a range of values. When P026 is set to AUTO. When this mode is enabled. this can be entered in P025. P048. The value of P026 may be adjusted in conjunction with parameters P023. The same value is indicated by D915 and is used to calculate the speed of sound. For example. select the AUTO option. (Negative values are allowed. which may be needed to overcome particular site difficulties or special conditions. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series P025 Description This is for temperature correcting of the speed of sound entered in P024.) If the temperature sensor fails and AUTO is selected. P040 Description The transmitted ultrasonic energy can be controlled automatically to avoid strong close echoes saturating the electronics of the transmitter. The threshold is adjusted to one quarter of the peak value of the largest signal detected to give best overall performance. The corrected speed of sound is displayed in D914. P026 defines the minimum signal level as a percentage.0 (if not using Auto) Maximum value: 99. P025 (Temperature) P026 (Threshold) P026 Description This sets the sensitivity of the echo detection circuits in the transmitter. setting the threshold to 20 (%) may be used to avoid echoes from rough brickwork on a sump wall. see “P011 = “Special”” on page F-6. Minimum value: 0. P043. Rev. For automatic (dynamic) corrections using the integrated temperature sensor. depending on the echo strengths being received. If the average temperature is known. The live temperature measurement is displayed at D915. above which an echo is detected and treated as a potentially valid surface or target.

consistently for more ultrasonic pulse cycles than set by P042. BA July 2008 The nominal rate of repetition for ultrasonic pulses from the transmitter is one pulse per second.1 seconds in the range 0.5s”/“2. In addition. Minimum/Maximum value: “4” / “32” F-18 .5 to 2. it is possible this would allow ultrasonic pulses from one unit to be received by the other.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series P041 (Pulse Repeat) P041 Description 00809-0100-4840. the threshold may be maintained at an artificially high level (size in %) for a programmable duration (in ms).0s” P042 (Echoes Needed) P042 Description The transmitter monitors the echoes returned from the liquid surface or any other target within range. closer surface before this is taken as the actual liquid level. surface echoes that are more distant are ignored for two seconds. Minimum/Maximum value: “0. If pulses were occurring at the same time. If they occur outside the top blanking distance.0 seconds. See “P048 (Threshold 1 Size)” on page F-19 for the corresponding programmable echo size. set by P043 and P048. This can be prevented by having both transmitters operate with different rates of pulse repetition. P041 allows the pulse repetition interval to be adjusted by increments of 0. The AUTO option allows the transmitter to control the number of pulses. the receiving transmitter could mistakenly identify this crosstalk as a valid surface echo. P044 (Target Pulses) P044 Description This sets the number of ultrasonic pulses in the burst sent from the transmitter every second. Typically. inflows or crosstalk from other transmitters. which means this interference is rejected as not consistent (pulse-to-pulse). Rev. If two transmitters were located within the same vessel. P043 (Threshold 1 Time) P043 Description Frequently. P042 is used to avoid stirrers. false echoes occur close to the transmitter face. which give occasionally high liquid level signals when they protrude from the liquid surface. It may also be used to avoid unwanted input signals from spray. A valid surface echo exceeds the signal strength threshold. The normal value for P042 is 4. The programmable duration is set by P043. meaning four echoes must be received consecutively from a new. allowing sufficient separation to avoid crosstalk problems.

P069 Description The Level Offset is the distance from the Bottom Reference (P010) to the Tank Reference Point (see Figure F-7 on page F-20). If they are outside of the desired top blanking distance. not a variable frequency. P045 (Target Frequency) P048 (Threshold 1 Size) P048 Description Frequently there are false echoes close to the transmitter face.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840. The programmable size is set by P048. It is subtracted from the measured range to produce the final output Distance (D902). P063 (Bottom Blanking Distance) P063 Description The Bottom Blanking Distance defines the zone above the Bottom Reference (P010) where an echo is ignored (see Figure F-7 on page F-20). P060 (Distance Offset) P060 Description The Distance Offset is the distance from the Xmtr Reference Point to the Distance Reference Point (see Figure F-7 on page F-20). It is added to the measured level to produce the final output Level (D901). the threshold may be maintained at an artificially high level (size in %) for a programmable duration (in ms). Rev. P049 (Spike Reject) P049 Description P049 sets the minimum duration of a valid echo signal. This zone eliminates echoes from false targets (e. P045 is used to set a fixed frequency. Occasionally. D916 indicates the present frequency. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series P045 Description P045 sets the frequency used for transmitting an ultrasonic pulse. P069 (Level Offset) F-19 . and is used to reject transient electrical interference (spike) signals. site or transmitter conditions require a fixed frequency. This operates when P045 is set to AUTO. NOTE: Spike rejection is switched-off when P049 is set to 0. See also P043 for the corresponding programmable duration. The optimum frequency depends on the characteristics of the transmitter piezoelectric crystal. but the actual frequency value used is selected from the look-up table and the nearest to that entered value is selected automatically. pumps) uncovered as the liquid level decreases. The transmitter has a look-up table to select a frequency value to give the highest echo strength from the prevailing conditions at the site.g. which are affected by temperature.

In the default mode of “Setpoint”. D910 is derived from the Target Echo’s Time of Flight and the calculated Speed of Sound: D910 = (ToF x SoS) / 2 3. RL1 is a control relay.D902 5. relay RL1 is a SPST (Single Pole. Single Throw) type. D901 = Liquid Level + P069 P070 to P072 (Relay 1 Setting-up) P070 to P072 Description P070 RL1 Mode P071 RL1 PV On Point P072 RL1 PV Off Point On The Rosemount 3102. Rev. D902 = D910 . The On point value may be greater or smaller than the Off point value. 2. Liquid Level = P010 . All relay set-point values must be entered in the units selected for the PV. F-20 . Echoes are processed that occur between P023 (Upper Blanking) and P063 (Lower Blanking). Setting the On and Off points to the same PV turns the relay off. BA July 2008 Abbreviations: SRP = Sensor Reference Point UPSRP = User Preferred SRP Data processing sequence: 1.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series Figure F-7. and de-energize at any other value of PV. It may be set to energize at any value of PV.P060 4. Tank Geometry 00809-0100-4840.

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P073 to P075 Description P073 RL2 Mode P074 RL2 PV On Point P075 RL2 PV Off Point On The Rosemount 3102, relay RL2 is a SPST (Single Pole, Single Throw) type. In the default mode of “Fault”, the relay de-energizes during Lost Echo or System Fault conditions. This relay de-energizes if the power fails. The mode of RL2 may be changed to control mode by entering a non-zero On and Off Point value. In control mode, RL2 ceases to be a fault relay. All relay set-point values must be entered in the units chosen for the PV.

P073 to P075 (Relay 2 Setting-up)

P081 to P088 (False Echo Data)

P081 to P088 Description P081 False Echo D1, and P082 False Echo S1 P083 False Echo D1, and P084 False Echo S1 P085 False Echo D1, and P086 False Echo S1 P087 False Echo D1, and P088 False Echo S1 These parameters are the four false echo data records, each storing a false echo as Distance-to-surface (e.g. 1.7 m) and Echo Size (e.g. 44%). The transmitter will ignore these echoes from false targets. See also: • • Section “Parameter: LEARN FALSE ECHO” on page F-3. Section “Parameter: AUTO TANK MAP” on page F-3.

P089 (Clear False Echoes)

P089 Description This is to clear a specified False Echo record, or all False Echo records. Options are False Echo 1, False Echo 2, False Echo 3, False Echo 4, or All. P970 Description This read-only parameter describes the material of the transmitter.

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NOTE: For relevant menu structures, refer to Appendix D or Appendix E, whichever is appropriate for your HART Master Device. The 'D' prefixed parameters (e.g. D900) monitor the transmitter operation. Parameters listed here are in numerical order.

D900 (Xmtr PV)

D900 Description This displays the live Process Value (or PV) that drives the 4–20 mA output of the transmitter. The factory default is for the PV to be a liquid level measurement in meters, feet, or inches. However, it can be another measurement e.g. volume of liquid content, if the transmitter has been programmed to calculate it. In HART terminology, PV is the Primary Variable. NOTE: Display (Reported) units for PV are set by P012 – see page F-12.

D901 (Level, SV)

D901 Description This displays the live liquid level measured by the transmitter. In HART terminology, SV is the Secondary Variable. NOTE: Units are metres, feet, or inches, depending on the Base Units selected see “Parameter: BASE UNITS” on page F-2.

D902 (Distance, TV)

D902 Description This displays the live distance-to-surface measured by the transmitter. In HART terminology, TV is the Tertiary Variable. NOTE: Units are meters, feet or inches, depending on the Base Units selected – see “Parameter: BASE UNITS” on page F-2.

D903 (Temperature, FV)

D903 Description This displays the live ambient temperature measured by the transmitter. In HART terminology, FV is the Fourth Variable. NOTE: Units are °C or °F, depending on the Base Units selected – see “Parameter: BASE UNITS” on page F-2.

D905 (% of Current Output)

D905 Description This displays the percentage of the Current Output in use. The calculation is based on Upper and Lower Range values (P015 and P016) whereby 0% represents 4 mA and 100% represents 20 mA.

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NOTE: When the poll address is a non-zero number, the transmitter is in multi-drop mode and the current output is fixed at 4 mA.

D906 (Current Output) D910 (Target Range)

D906 Description This displays the current used for the Current Output. D910 Description This gives the distance from the transmitter face to the liquid surface echo detected. It is a useful diagnostic tool because a false surface signal can be identified and related to the physical nature of the installation.

D911 (Echo Size)

D911 Description The size of the echo returned from the liquid surface depends on the surface range, the turbulence, the presence of foam on the surface, draughts, gas composition and temperature, the transmitter performance, and other factors. From pulse-to-pulse, the received echo strength may vary, but monitoring D911 gives the recorded echo strengths. The value of D911 is an averaged percentage of the last five echoes, with 100% representing a saturated returned signal.

D912 (Echo Success)

D912 Description This is another measure of the quality of the echo returned. It is a percentage indicating the success rate achieved from the last ten pulse transmissions. The success rate may fall below 100% due to the effect of extreme surface turbulence or stirrers, which might return a surface echo that is then rejected by the transmitter. A surface echo might be rejected because it is outside the allowed 'window' set-up to establish the liquid level (see “P021 (Lost Echo Delay)” on page F-14). This rejects invalid readings because liquid levels do not change very quickly. One rejected surface echo causes D912 to decrease by 10%, but a subsequent valid surface echo reinstates this loss. The transmitter is biased to ignore sudden liquid level changes.

D913 (Target Echoes)

D913 Description This gives the number of echoes detected by the transmitter. The maximum number displayed here is seven. The echo closest to the transmitter face, i.e. the highest liquid level, is used to calculate the Process Value (PV). This is because the other echoes may be caused by multiple path surface reflections from tank walls or the roof.

D914 (Speed of Sound)

D914 Description This is the temperature-corrected speed of sound calculated by the transmitter. It relates the returned echo time delay to a distance. The value is calculated using the base value for the speed of sound (P024) and temperature (D915).

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the less power being transmitted. the Rosemount 3100 Series ultrasonic transmitter automatically sets the threshold level for optimum performance based on echo sizes being received. NOTE: D903 (FV) always indicates the live ambient temperature. D960 Description This is the name of the manufacturer.Reference Manual Rosemount 3100 Series D915 (Temperature) D915 Description 00809-0100-4840. When it is 0. the transmitter optimizes the power needed for pulse transmission. D917 Description The is the threshold limit below which false echoes are rejected. the transmitter is in 4–20 mA mode. It is normally the same as the serial number. D949 (Model Code) D951 (Poll Address) D949 Description This is the model number of the transmitter. BA July 2008 This is the temperature used to calculate the temperature-corrected Speed of Sound (D914). D953 Description This is the revision number of the embedded software at time of manufacture. The lower the number. For all other addresses. D951 Description This is the polling address of the transmitter. D961 Description This is used by the HART communications protocol. the more power being transmitted. D952 (Hardware Revision) D953 (Software Revision) D960 (Manufacturer) D961 (Unique ID) D952 Description This is the overall revision number of hardware at time of manufacture. D918 (Pulses in Use) D919 (Transmit Power) D918 Description This is the number of pulses transmitted each second. The temperature may be a Live or Set value depending on the setting of P025. D916 (Frequency) D917 (Threshold in Use) D916 Description This is the transmitter operating frequency. The poll address range is 0 to 15. The higher the number. the transmitter is in multi-drop mode (current fixed to 4 mA). Normally. D919 Description If this feature is enabled on the Rosemount 3100 Series ultrasonic transmitter. F-24 . Rev.

D962 (HART Revision) D963 (Txr Specific Command Revision) D964 (Preambles) D963 Description This is the minor revision number of the commands supported by the transmitter. BA July 2008 Rosemount 3100 Series D962 Description This is the major revision number of the standard for the HART communications protocol. Rosemount 3490 Series Control Unit to determine how many preamble bytes are sent with each HART protocol message. Rev. F-25 . D964 Description This is read by a HART Master Device e. D965 (Flags) D965 Description This is used by the HART communications protocol.Reference Manual 00809-0100-4840.g.

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