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Quick Installation Guide

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October 2009

Rosemount 3095 MultiVariable

Rosemount 3095 MultiVariableMass Flow Transmitter with HART® or FOUNDATION

Fieldbus Protocol

Rosemount 3095MF Series Flowmeter Transmitter

Start

Step 1: Mount the Transmitter

Step 2: Transmitter Installation

Step 3: Software Installation

Step 4: Connect the Wiring and Power Up (HART or Fieldbus)

Step 5: Configure the Transmitter (HART or Fieldbus)

Step 6: Trim the Transmitter

Product Certifications

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Quick Installation Guide

Rosemount 3095 MultiVariable

00825-0100-4716,Rev DA

October 2009

© 2009 Rosemount Inc. All rights reserved. All marks property of owner. Rosemount and the Rosemount logotype are registered trademarks of Rosemount Inc.

Rosemount Inc.

Emerson Process Management GmbH & Co. OHG

8200 Market Boulevard

Argelsrieder Feld 3

Chanhassen, MN USA 55317

82234 Wessling

T (US) (800) 999-9307,F (952)949-7001

Germany

T (International) (952) 906-8888

T 49 (8153) 9390, F49 (8153) 939172

Emerson Process Management Asia Pacific

Beijing Rosemount Far East Instrument Co.,

Private Limited

Limited

1 Pandan Crescent

No. 6 North Street,

Singapore 128461

Hepingli, Dong Cheng District

T (65) 6777 8211, F (65) 6777 0947

Beijing 100013, China

 

T (86) (10) 6428 2233, F (86) (10) 6422 8586

IMPORTANT NOTICE

This installation guide provides basic guidelines for the Rosemount 3095 MultiVariable Mass Flow Transmitter (reference manual document number 00809-0100-4716).It also provides the basic electronics guidelines for the 3095MFA (reference manual document number00809-0100-4809),the 3095MFC (reference manual document number00809-0100-4810)and the 3095MFP (reference manual document number00809-0100-4686).It does not provide instructions for configuration, diagnostics, maintenance, service, or troubleshooting. Refer to the appropriate reference manual for more instruction. These manuals are also available electronically on www.rosemount.com.

WARNING

Explosions could result in death or serious injury:

Installation of this transmitter in an explosive environment must be in accordance with the appropriate local, national, and international standards, codes, and practices.

Before connecting a HART-basedcommunicator in an explosive atmosphere, make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe ornon-incendivefield wiring practices.

In an Explosion-Proof/Flame-Proofinstallation, do not remove the transmitter covers when power is applied to the unit.

Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive environments when circuit is live.

Both transmitter covers must be fully engaged to meet explosion-proofrequirements.

Process leaks may cause harm or result in death.

To avoid process leaks, only use the o-ringdesigned to seal with the corresponding flange adapter.

Electrical shock can result in death or serious injury.

Avoid contact with the leads and the terminals. High voltage that may be present on leads can cause electrical shock.

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TRANSMITTEREXPLODEDVIEW

Housing

Terminal Block

(HART)

O-ring

Cover

Housing Locking Screw

RTD Connector

Process Adapter O-ring

Flange Adapter O-ring

Optional Flange Adapters

Bolts

Certification Label

Electronics Board

Nameplate

Module O-ring

Sensor Module

Drain/Vent Valve

Coplanar Flange

LCD Display Assembly

LCD Display

Cover

Terminal Block (Fieldbus)

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STEP1: MOUNT THETRANSMITTER

Liquid Flow Applications

1. Place taps to the side of the line.

2. Mount beside or below the taps.

3. Mount the transmitter so that the drain/vent valves are oriented upward.

Flow

Gas Flow Applications

1. Place taps in the top or side of the line. 2. Mount beside or above the taps.

Flow

Flow

Steam Flow Applications

1.

Place taps to the side of the line.

 

2.

Mount beside or below the taps.

 

3.

Fill impulse lines with water.

Flow

 

 

Figure 1. Using a Mounting Bracket

 

Panel Mount(1)

Pipe Mount

(1)Panel bolts are customer supplied.

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STEP2: TRANSMITTERINSTALLATION

Consider Housing Rotation

To improve field access or to better view the optional LCD display:

1.Loosen the housing rotation set screw.

2.Rotate the housing clockwise to the desired position – up to 180° from its original position. Over rotating will damage the transmitter.

3.If the desired position is attained, tighten the housing rotation set screw.

4.If the desired position cannot be reached because the housing will not rotate further, rotate the housing counterclockwise until in the desired position is attained (up to 180° from its original position).

5.Tighten the housing rotation set screw.

Housing Rotation Set

Screw(9/64-inch)

Field Installation

1. Mount the transmitter

a.Install the flange or flange/adapter bolt finger-tight.

b.Torque bolts to initial torque value using a cross pattern (see Table 1). When installing to a mounting bracket, torque bolts to 125 in./lb (169 N/m)

Table 1. Torque Cross Pattern

Bolt Material

Initial Value

Final Value

Carbon Steel (CS)

300 in./lb (34 N/m)

650 in./lb (73 N/m)

Stainless Steel (SST)

150 in./lb (17 N/m)

300 in./lb (34 N/m)

2.Set the Security Jumper, which is located on the front of the electronics board inside the electronics housing cover. Putting the Security Jumper in the ON position will protect against configuration change from being unintentionally made. The transmitter operates normally if the jumpers are not installed. The Security default is OFF.

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STEP2 CONTINUED...

3.Set the Failure Mode Alarm (HART devices), which is located on the front of the electronics board inside the electronics housing cover. The Alarm Jumper position determines if the output is driven high or low when a failure is detected. The transmitter operates normally if the jumpers are not installed and the Alarm default fail is HI.

Figure 2. Alarm Jumper Location

Security Jumper

Simulate Jumper

HART Electronics Board

FOUNDATION fieldbus Electronics Board

4.Set the Simulate Jumper (FOUNDATION fieldbus devices), which is located on the front of the electronics board inside the electronics housing cover. The jumper is used to simulate the measurement and is used as alock-outfeature for the AI function block. To enable the simulate feature, insert the jumper across ENABLE while the transmitter is powered. The default position for the Simulate Jumper is DISABLE. Enable the simulate feature after power is applied to the device. Simulate is automatically disabled regardless of jumper position if power is cycled.

5.Connect the transmitter to the process.

6.Install the RTD Cable Assembly (optional). All RTD 3095 Cable Assemblies use the 3095 RTD Cable Connector. Identify the cable type being installed and follow the steps below.

Installing an Armored Shielded RTD Cable (See Figure 3)

a.Fully engage the black cable connector to the 3095 RTD connector. b.Tighten the cable adapter until metal contacts metal.

c. Install the compression fitting.

d.Tighten the cap onto the compression fitting.

Figure 3. Armored Shielded RTD Cable

Compression Fitting

Black Cable Connector

Connect

Conductive Bushing

Cable Adapter

to RTD

RTD Cap Cap

3/4 to1/2-14NPT Adapter

Washer

Bushing

 

 

Compression Fitting

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STEP2 CONTINUED...

Installing a Shielded 3095 RTD Cable (See Figure 4) Note: Shielded cable is intended for use in a conduit.

a.Fully engage the black cable connector to the 3095 RTD Connector. b.Tighten the cable adapter until metal contacts metal.

Figure 4. Shielded RTD Cable

Cable Adapter 1/2–14NPT

Black Cable Connector

Installing a ATEX/IECEx Flameproof 3095 RTD Cable (See Figure 5) a.Fully engage the black cable connector to the 3095 RTD Connector. b.Tighten the cable adapter and cable gland until metal contacts metal.

Figure 5. ATEX/IECEx Flameproof RTD Cable

RTD Cable Gland CM20 Cable Adapter

Cable Gland

Black Cable Connector/ RTD Connector

7.Check all process connections for leaks.

8.Connect the appropriate wiring (see Step 5). Ground the transmitter according to national and local electrical codes. Install field wiring grounding (optional).

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STEP2 CONTINUED...

Bolting Considerations

If the transmitter installation requires assembly of the process flanges, manifolds, or flange adapters, follow these assembly guidelines to ensure a tight seal for optimal performance characteristics of the transmitters. Use only bolts supplied with the transmitter or sold by Emerson as spare parts. Figure 6 illustrates common transmitter assemblies with the bolt length required for proper transmitter assembly.

Figure 6. Common Transmitter Assemblies

A. Transmitter with

C. Transmitter with Traditional

D. Transmitter with

Coplanar Flange

Flange and Optional Flange

Coplanar Flange and

Adapters

 

Optional Manifold and

 

 

 

 

 

Flange Adapters

 

 

4 x 2.25-in.(57 mm)

4 x 1.75-in.(44 mm)

 

 

 

B. Transmitter with Coplanar

 

 

 

Flange and Optional

 

 

 

Flange Adapters

 

 

 

 

4 x 1.75-in.(44 mm)

4 x 1.50-in.(38 mm)

 

 

 

 

 

4 x 1.75-in.(44 mm)

4 x 2.88-in.(73 mm)

 

 

 

Bolts are typically carbon steel or stainless steel. Confirm the material by viewing the markings on the head of the bolt and referencing Figure 7. If bolt material is not shown inFigure 7, contact the local Emerson Process Management representative for more information.

Use the following bolt installation procedure:

1.Carbon steel bolts do not require lubrication and the stainless steel bolts are coated with a lubricant to ease installation. However, no additional lubricant should be applied when installing either type of bolt.

2.Finger-tightenthe bolts.

3.Torque the bolts to the initial torque value using a crossing pattern. See Figure 7 for initial torque value.

4.Torque the bolts to the final torque value using the same crossing pattern. See Figure 7 for final torque value.

5.Verify that the flange bolts are protruding through the isolator plate before applying pressure.

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Figure 7. Torque values for the flange and flange adapter bolts

 

Bolt Material

Head Markings

 

 

 

Initial Torque

Final Torque

Carbon Steel (CS)

 

 

 

B7M

 

 

 

300 in.-lbs.

650 in.-lbs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stainless Steel (SST)

 

 

 

 

 

 

150 in.-lbs.

300 in.-lbs.

 

B8M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

316

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

316

 

 

316

 

STM

SW

 

R

316

 

316

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O-ringswith Flange Adapters

WARNING

Failure to install proper flange adapter O-ringsmay cause process leaks, which can result in death or serious injury. The two flange adapters are distinguished by uniqueO-ringgrooves. Only use theO-ringthat is designed for its specific flange adapter, as shown below.

Rosemount 3051S / 3051 / 2051 / 3095

Flange Adapter

O-ring

PTFE Based

Elastomer

Rosemount 1151

Flange Adapter

O-ring

PTFE

Elastomer

Whenever the flanges or adapters are removed, visually inspect theo-rings.Replace them if there are any signs of damage, such as nicks or cuts. If theo-ringsare replaced,re-torquethe flange bolts and alignment screws after installation to compensate for seating of the PTFEo-ring.

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STEP3: SOFTWAREINSTALLATION

The 3095 Engineering Assistant (EA) for HART and 3095 Engineering Assistant (EA) for FOUNDATION Fieldbus software programs can be installed on the same computer. The applications cannot be open simultaneously.

3095 Engineering Assistant (EA) for HART Software Installation

1. Install the Program

a.Place the CD-ROMin the drive and run setup.exe from Windows NT, 2000, or XP.

b.After installing the software, install the HART Modem (see “Installing the HART Modem” on page 11).

2. Upgrade the previous versions of Engineering Assistant program (if required)

a.Place the CD-ROMdisk 2 into the drive and run the EAUpgrade.exe from Windows 98, NT, 2000, or XP. To properly install, the program will first uninstall Engineering Assistant from the computer. (Upgrades also are available at www.rosemount.com.)

b.Remove the installation disk and reboot the computer to complete installation.

c.To install the upgraded program, run the EAupgrade.exe from Windows 95,98, or NT again.

3.Connect the computer to the 3095 transmitter.

a.Connect the HART modem cable to the computer using the 9-pinserial or USB communications port on the computer.

b.Open the cover above the side marked Field Terminals, and connect the mini-grabbersto the two 3095 terminals marked COMM.

4.Select Engineering Assistant for HART from the program menu. On-Line Mode: EA communicates directly with the 3095 through AMS.

a.In AMS Explorer view or AMS Connection view, right-mouseclick on a 3095 device tag or icon.

b.Select SNAP-ON/LinkedApps > Engineering Assistant.

Off-LineMode: Engineering Assistant does not communicate directly with the 3095. Instead, the EA configuration is sent to a 3095 later when Engineering Assistant is inon-linemode. In theoff-linemode a future device needs to be created in order to launch Engineering Assistant.

a.In AMS Explorer view or AMS Device Connection view, left click on Plant Database to the Area folder.

b.Left click on Area to the Unit folder.

c. Left click on Unit to the Equipment Module folder.

d.Left click on Equipment Module to the Control Module folder. e.right-mouseclick on Control Module to thepop-upcontext menu. f. Select Add Future Device.

g.Select 3095MV Template and click OK.

h.Right-mouseclick on Future device topop-upcontext menu. i. SelectSNAP-ON/LinkedApps > Engineering Assistant.

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