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  • NexGenOperating & Maintenance Manual

    M-620Rev. CNexGen

  • WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTESThroughout this manual you will see WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES. They are here for your benefit and warrant attention. By paying careful attention to them you can prevent personal injury and possible equipment damage. Below are examples:

    WARNINGS: INFORM THE READER OF POSSIBLE BODILY INJU-RY IF PROCEDURES ARE NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY.

    CAUTION: Alert the reader to possible equipment damage if procedures are not followed correctly.

    NOTES: Inform the reader of a general rule for a procedure or of exceptions to such a rule.

    Refer to page 33 for start-up instructions for NexGen.

  • Table of ContentsSECTION 1: WHAT YOU NEED TO USE THIS MANUAL ...........................................................................11.1 Introduction to the NexGen Actaris Coriolis Flow Transmitter ............................................................11.2 About This Manual ...............................................................................................................................11.3 Terminology .........................................................................................................................................11.4 Principle of Operation ..........................................................................................................................11.5 Optional LCD ......................................................................................................................................1

    SECTION 2: READ THIS FIRST .................................................................................................................52.1 Transmitter Area Classification ............................................................................................................52.2 Orientation and Mounting ....................................................................................................................52.3 Temperature, EMI/RFI, Humidity, Vibration and Mechanical Shocks ...................................................52.4 Transmitters Approved for Custody Transfer (optional) ........................................................................6

    SECTION 3: TRANSMITTER INSTALLATION ............................................................................................83.1 Mounting Location Guidelines..............................................................................................................83.2 Mounting to a Wall ...............................................................................................................................93.3 Mounting to a Pole ...............................................................................................................................93.4 Guidelines for Conduit .......................................................................................................................123.5 Transducer Cable Connections ..........................................................................................................123.6 Guidelines for Explosion Proof Cover ................................................................................................12

    SECTION 4: POWER SUPPLY WIRING ...................................................................................................154.1 Wiring Guidelines ...............................................................................................................................154.2 Grounding ..........................................................................................................................................154.3 Power Supply Wiring Connections .....................................................................................................16

    SECTION 5: INPUT/OUTPUT WIRING .....................................................................................................225.1 General Guidelines ............................................................................................................................225.2 4-20mA Output...................................................................................................................................225.3 Pulse Output ......................................................................................................................................235.4 Alarm Output ......................................................................................................................................245.5 Flow Direction Output ........................................................................................................................255.6 RS-485 Wiring Connections ...............................................................................................................265.7 RS-485/RS-232 Converter Connections ............................................................................................275.8 Hart (Option Card) Wiring Connections ............................................................................................285.9 Hart Communicator Connections .....................................................................................................295.10 NexGen to Bestrac Wiring Connections .............................................................................................29

    SECTION 6: BATCH WIRING ...................................................................................................................306.1 Guidelines ..........................................................................................................................................306.2 Batch Wiring Connections ..................................................................................................................316.3 Remote Start/Stop Wiring Connections .............................................................................................32

    SECTION 7: STARTUP .............................................................................................................................337.1 Power .................................................................................................................................................337.2 Startup with NexLink PC Software .....................................................................................................337.3 Optional LCD .....................................................................................................................................347.4 Flow Meter Zeroing ............................................................................................................................35 7.4.1 Automatic Zeroing Procedure ..................................................................................................357.5 Ready for Process Measurement ......................................................................................................35

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  • 7.6 Ready for Batch Operation (optional) ...............................................................................................36 7.6.1 Running a Batch ....................................................................................................................36 7.6.2 Beginning a Batch .................................................................................................................36 7.6.3 Interrupting a Batch ...............................................................................................................36 7.6.4 Restarting a Batch .................................................................................................................36 7.6.5 Terminating a Batch ...............................................................................................................37 7.6.6 Starting a New Batch .............................................................................................................37 7.6.7 Totalizer Reset .......................................................................................................................377.7 Viewing Other Process Variables (optional LCD required) ...............................................................377.8 Concentration (%, Brix and Baume) .................................................................................................377.9 API ..............................................................................................................................................397.10 Actual/Standard Volume....................................................................................................................407.11 Net Oil and Well Testing (Optional) ...................................................................................................41

    SECTION 8: TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................................438.1 Customer Service .............................................................................................................................438.2 General Guidelines ...........................................................................................................................448.3 Transmitter Diagnostic Messages .....................................................................................................458.4 Power Supply ....................................................................................................................................468.5 Wiring ..............................................................................................................................................46 8.5.1 Cable Check ..........................................................................................................................46 8.5.2 Output Board and Communications Test .

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